FORT HOOD, Texas – Fort Hood Family Housing along with Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services will host its annual National Night Out (NNO) Celebration from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 1 at Sadowski Field.

This nationwide celebration is geared toward heightening crime prevention awareness and strengthening neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. The event is open to everyone who lives on Fort Hood, including those living in the barracks.

At NNO 2019, service members and families will experience an “Against Crime: From the Past to the Future” themed event that will include a giant slide, zip line, free food provided by the United Service Organizations and the Defense Commissary Service, train rides in the west, tea cup rides through the 50’s, a police vehicle display, K-9 demonstrations and future-themed fun with a bungee jump and zip line.

Joining Fort Hood Family Housing in our effort to take a stand against crime will be Fort Hood Police, 89th MP BDE, Fire Department, MWR Family Advocacy Program, the Exchange, the USO, and our Fort Hood partners.

For more information, please visit the Fort Hood Family Housing Facebook events page at www.facebook.com/forthoodfh/events.

Media interested in attending should register here. Media can contact Staci Burton at [email protected] or (615) 920-3822 more on the event’s activities.

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About Fort Hood Family Housing
Fort Hood Family Housing (FHFH) is the 50-year partnership created between Lendlease (US) Public Partnerships and the Department of the Army through the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI). During the five-year initial development period, which concluded in June 2006, Fort Hood Family Housing constructed 974 new homes, multiple community centers, recreational facilities and made minor to major renovations on more than 4,500 homes.  The second phase of construction began in August 2007 and includes a community of U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certified homes.  Fort Hood Family Housing has the distinction of being the largest LEED certified residential community not only in the state of Texas, but also in the Army and is home to more than 5,350 families stationed at Fort Hood. www.forthoodfh.com.