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The second annual event, in conjunction with National Night Out, drew a crowd to the police department

Canby Police officers and community members enjoyed spending time and learning about one another during this year's Grill & Chill event at the police station on Aug. 2..

The event, in conjunction with National Night Out, gave community residents a chance to come together to ask questions, get to know a little more about concerns and issues that may be surfacing and just have a good time.

COURTESY PHOTO: JAMIE STICKEL - Canby Police Capt. Jose Gonzales and Capt. Doug Kitsmiller man the grill at this year's Grill & Chill at the police department Aug. 2.

The Canby Police were on the grill, in the dunk tank and on hand to show off some specialized equipment and open their doors to the community as a whole.

Police Chief Jorge Tro said the event is "our way of saying 'Thank you' to this great and supportive community."

This was the second Grill & Chill event for the Canby Police Department.

COURTESY PHOTO: JAMIE STICKEL - Canby Police Chief Jorge Tro is all thumbs as he cools off in the dunk tank during Grill & Chill.

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