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NITE TO UNITE IN PARK RAPIDS, MENAHGA BRINGS OUT LAW ENFORCEMENT FANS

Hubbard County Dep. Jeremiah Johnson unleashes K-9 Vulcan in an apprehension display. Kids screamed for the "K-9" to maul Sheriff Frank Homer, a former K-9 officer who volunteered to be the uncooperative suspect. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)1 / 6
Above, Reagan Mayer tests her skills at mini golf during Menahga's National Night Out at the city park Tuesday. The event featured fun, food and entertainment for all ages. (Anna Erickson / Enterprise)2 / 6
Madelyn Benedict paints a heart on her mother Denise's face at Menahga's event. (Anna Erickson / Enterprise)3 / 6
Hubbard County Attorney Don Dearstyne shakes water off himself after bring dunked. The dunk tank was a popular spot for kids. Sheriff Frank Homer confessed to the Hubbard County Board the next morning to being stiff and sore from numerous dunkings.(Sarah Smith / Enterprise)4 / 6
Gracie Stevens, 4, gets fingerprinted by Hubbard County dispatcher Lana Jo Yliniemi. Gracie was a reluctant subject until Lana Jo was able to convince her it wouldn't hurt, but just get her fingers messy. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)5 / 6
David Andreasen was the "grill master" at Menahga's National Night Out. "Anna Erickson / Enterprise)6 / 6
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