Surprise Business: Raising Canes hosting Lemonade with a Cop event 

Posted 7/4/19

Raising Canes, 14385 W. Bell Road, is hosting a new event called “Lemonade with a Cop” with officers from the Surprise Police Department from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9.

Based on the …

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Surprise Business: Raising Canes hosting Lemonade with a Cop event 

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Raising Canes, 14385 W. Bell Road, is hosting a new event called “Lemonade with a Cop” with officers from the Surprise Police Department from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9.

Based on the “Coffee with a Cop” events, this family-fun filled night will give residents the chance to chat with our local police department, eat chicken and try free lemonade.

It will include music, free prizes and giveaways.

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