Mon update: National Night Out, Memphis to Moore update

Sorry there weren’t any posts this weekend. I was busy with stuff from work. We’re having a national tournament in Atlanta, and I had to help out to make sure files and results were being posted in as timely and as accurate a manner as possible. I may go out and party and have fun, but I never lose sight of the fact that there are 167,500 reasons (the dues-paying members of the nonprofit I work for) that I am able to live the lifestyle I live. They have to come first.

Tomorrow is the 30th anniversary of National Night Out, and there will be a celebration in South Main. It will be at Central Station Pavilion from 6 to 8. Come bring lawn chairs and meet the police officers that keep Downtown the safest neighborhood in the city. The event is free and there will be live music and food. Free food? Wonder if the Nuh-Uh Girl will show up.

My friend Angie has an update on Memphis to Moore. Karen Wilder Fitness had donated $18,000 worth of gym equipment to be used at a Moore, Oklahoma junior high gym once it is rebuilt following the May tornadoes. The problem was, though, how to get the equipment to Moore, 8 hours away? Big League Movers stepped up, and the equipment is scheduled to arrive today.

That’s all for now. I’ll be out at Pint Nite at the Saucer about 5:30.