Children and their families packed the new playground and splash pad area at Energy Capital Sports Complex on a hot Wednesday evening to take part in the city of Gillette's first Community Night event.

The first 1,000 hot dogs were free for attendees, who chowed down between spurts of breaking in the new playground equipment and cooling off on the splash pad.

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