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Crowd eats pizza with police at Robbins at Robbins Farm

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UPDATED, Sept. 19: The Arlington Police Department was the host for “Pizza with Police in the Park,”a free event for all Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Robbins Farm Park, changed from an earlier announcement for Sept. 11.

A crowd of mainly families, estimated at "a couple of hundred" by Capt. Richard Flynn, attended.

Free pizza, refreshments and children’s activities included face-painting and balloon animals. Middlesex District Attormey Marion Ryan was there. See APD photos >>

Town fire fighters had a touch-a-truck fire truck in front of the Brackett School.  


This news announcement was published Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019, and updated Sept. 19.

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