North Aurora residents accommodate military officers, debate domicile during picnic

July 11, 2016 - Picnic Time

Hundreds attended a North Aurora Police Department’s open residence and village cruise Sunday afternoon.

“Doing something for a village was a best thought — this has unequivocally brought a village together and a kids are carrying fun,” pronounced Margaret Richter, a 46-year North Aurora resident.

There were grilled prohibited dogs, chips, refreshments and musicians. The children jumped in dual bounce-houses and played satisfactory games during a south finish of a parking lot.

The North Aurora Police Department wanted to do something for a village and give residents an eventuality to get proficient with members of a military force in a amicable setting, military officials said.