National Night Out Against Crime is tomorrow night, being held in Bozeman in the southwest parking lot at South 11th and West College on the MSU campus. Here's your chance to dunk our very own Michelle Wolfe while helping to raise money for a local boy battling cancer. All the proceeds benefit the Caden Shrauger cancer fund.

Michelle, along with other local celebrities, will be in the dunk tank tonight as part of the Bozeman Police Department's National Night Out Against Crime. It's happening Tuesday, August 7th from 5 - 8 p.m. Michelle takes to the tank at 5:15!

Other events include a hands-only CPR class, a K-9 demonstration, a bicycle rodeo; to include free child-sized bicycle helmets while they last and a free bicycle giveaway to one lucky child, crime and safety information, kid's games, great giveaways, and food vendors. Smokey Bear, McGruff the Crime Dog and Champ the Bobcat will all be on hand, as well as lots of police, fire and emergency vehicles.

National Night Out, or America's Night Out Against Crime, was started in 1984 by the National Town Watch Association in an effort to increase awareness and strengthen participation in local anti-crime efforts. CLICK HERE to learn more.