Promoting Neighborhood Unity at National Night Out 2015

HHHunt Communities was proud to once again celebrate National Night Out on Tuesday, August 4th with fun-filled neighborhood events at Charter Colony, Rutland, and White Hall. We believe it’s how you live that matters and there’s no better time to celebrate the ways in which we live than by having fun and displaying neighborhood pride with friends and family!

National Night Out is a night when neighbors in communities all over the United States are invited to spend the evening outdoors to promote neighborhood unity, awareness, safety, and police-community partnerships. It’s estimated that more than 38 million neighbors in over 16,000 communities participated in National Night Out this year.

Our National Night Out events included fantastic raffle prizes, games on the lawn, swimming in the pool, and delicious treats from vendors.

Special visitors even stopped by, including McGruff the Crime Dog, police dogs, and the Chesterfield County, Hanover County, and Williamsburg Fire Departments and Police Departments.

All enjoyed the great night and a special thank you goes out to all of the volunteers who made the evening so much fun. These events highlight the special quality of HHHunt Communities and emphasize how lucky we are to have great homeowners!

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