ST. PAUL, Minn. – Minnesotans came together Tuesday, August 5 for Night to Unite – a nationally celebrated gathering of neighbors. Sen. John Hoffman (DFL-Champlin, Brooklyn Park and Coon Rapids) was happy to take part in several celebrations in his district.
“Night to Unite” is about celebrating your neighborhood, getting to know your neighbors and making positive connections with our local first responders,” said Hoffman. “This is a night of the summer I really look forward too. I always have a great time hanging out with the kids and their parents, talking to local police and fire officials and just spending time with people in my communities.”
For the second year in a row Hoffman held a sticker contest in honor of the event, with the winner’s drawing being made into stickers and passed out to local children. Nine-year-old Mason Macziewski of Champlin won this year’s contest by featuring friends and police working side-by-side to keep neighborhoods safe.
You can contact Sen. Hoffman at Sen.John.Hoffman@senate.mn or by calling his office at (651) 296-4154.