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Councilwoman Thelda Williams Hosts Crime Prevention Event That Celebrates Community and DiversityCouncilwoman Thelda Williams Hosts Crime Prevention Event That Celebrates Community and Diversity<div class="ExternalClassB8BE3474AC6C4F5EBA1C9154C4E2F0E9"><p>​Councilwoman Thelda Williams invites residents to join her for the Cortez Park Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods (G.A.I.N.) event 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at Cortez Park, 3434 W. Dunlap Ave.<br> <br> The free neighborhood crime prevention and safety resource event will include booths from the city’s Police; Fire; Prosecutor’s Office; Water Services; Street Transportation; Human Services; Neighborhood Services; and Library departments; Arizona Attorney General’s Office; FBI; Phoenix Rescue Mission; College America; Arizona State University; Maricopa Community Colleges; Goodwill of Arizona; Native Health; Catholic Charities and more.<br> <br> Residents also will enjoy live entertainment, health services and jump houses.  Residents can purchase items from food trucks around the park.<br> <br> The event is supported by Phoenician Palms; city of Phoenix; the Alta Vista, Cactus Wren and Metro Neighborhood block watches; Cactus Park Community Alliance; Metro Business Alliance; Phoenix Revitalization Corporation and Grand Canyon University.<br> <br> More information is available by contacting the District 1 Council Office by phone at 602-262-7444, by e-mail at <a href="mailto:council.district.1@phoenix.gov">council.district.1@phoenix.gov</a> or by following @TheldaWilliams1 on Twitter.​</p></div>10/27/2016 7:00:00 PMDistrict 1 Council Office602-262-7444