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Night Out organizers in Nashua believe strong communities help reduce crime
"The biggest thing is introducing people to their neighbors," said Lecius. "It builds a sense of community and brings people together."
Many of the families who turned out for the event, which felt like a summer block party, seemed to agree.
"I think Nashua is very safe," said Mary McClean, who was at the event with her grandchildren.
"We just want to encourage everyone to get to know their neighbors," said Lecius. "That's the best things we can all do."
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