Splash Out Crime Night
Join 78-Crime Stoppers and beat the heat. The event will have swimming, the concession stand will be open for refreshments and lifeguards will be on duty.
Time: 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Valley Aquatic Center, 4381 West 18th Street, Yuma, AZ
78-Crime Stoppers, along with the City of Yuma, will be hosting Yuma's annual "Splash Out Crime Night" at the Valley Aquatic Center. Join 78-Crime Stoppers and beat the heat. The event will have swimming and lifeguards will be on duty.
There will be music, games, prizes, dunk tank and refreshments available at a minimal cost. All proceeds from the refreshments will go to 78-Crime Stoppers.
About 78-Crime Stoppers
For those not familiar with the organization, 78-Crime Stoppers is a community program designed to bring law enforcement, the news media and citizens together to combat crime and make our community a safer place to live. 78-Crime Stoppers are a non-profit organization that relies on donations from the community and local businesses; so they can continue to pay out rewards for information leading to arrests of criminals.
Let's put more criminals away!
This event is open to the public and admission is only $1 per person.
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