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Outlook good for community of Outlook

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Photo by Laura Gjovaag

Sisco Scott and Sonja Sandoval stand in line for hot dogs at Outlook’s National Night Out event Monday evening. The event was sponsored by the Stand Up for Outlook group and food was donated by Fiesta Foods.

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Nellie Kielstra enjoys watermelon at Outlook’s community party last night. Kielstra said she’s lived in Outlook many years and is proud of her home.

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Sheriff Ken Irwin gives a speech about how Outlook has improved due to the efforts of the community, including people like Ron McClurkin of the 21st Century program (at right), who helped to organize Outlook’s National Night Out community event last night.

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Raul Andrade enjoys a treat from Paleteria la Nortena, Sunnyside ice cream makers who provided dessert for Outlook’s National Night Out event held at the Outlook Church of the Brethren.

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Heritage University Science Club members Kristi Kennard and Cresanna Zeigler (L-R) do experiments at one of the tables set up for National Night Out in Outlook. Representatives from various organizations handed out freebies and gave demonstrations to attendees at the event.

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Coco the Monkey and his pet human, ventriloquist Jerry Breeden, entertain the crowd last night in Outlook. Coco’s act kicked off an evening of games and fun for people of all ages.

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