North College Park Celebrates Labor Day by celebrating the dedicated social and economic achievements of workers who helped and are helping build our country.
One way to do that is to have each family attending our brunch in the park to bring your favorite dish to share that celebrates your tradition / culture.
Soft drinks, water, plates and utensils will be provided by the North College Park Neighborhood Association.
We will have limited space to plug in hot plates.
Bring your family, share your favorite dish. Visit with Neighbors.
Games will be provided for the children.
Thanks to everyone who participated and worked hard to make the Parade and Picnic a success. A special thanks to the Richardson Police department who escorted the parade and stayed for the picnic. Troop 777 provided a flag detail and carried the colors. Lillian Catalina sang the National Anthem. Pete Catalina was able to locate a four piece brass ensemble who played during the event. Doug Freeman was our master of ceremonies. Caryl Knapp and Sandy Bowen judged the parade entries and handed out the awards. Janice Gromadin, James Williams and Russell Bowen took pictures. John La Greca and Phyllis Slaughter prepared the food. Pat Lewis organized and led the games. Walt Gromadin and John Slaughter assisted with logistics. If I missed anyone, please accept my apology.
The pictures may be found here.
Thanks to James Williams, Janice Gromadin and Russ Bowen who took the pictures.
Pictures! HERE Thanks to James Williams, Phyllis and John Slaughter who took the pictures!
National Night Out
If you did not attend National Night Out on October 6th at Jess Harben Elementary which was produced by volunteers from North College Park, College Park, Town North and Glenville Park Neighborhood Associations, then you missed a great night of fun and fun. Continue reading
Here are some spooky pictures taken in North College Park.
Thanks to Russell Bowen who took the pictures. Continue reading
Here are the pictures form NNO, thanks to James Williams who took the pictures.
The next Crime Watch Patrol class will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 6pm to 10pm (location to be determined).
All participants are required to complete and submit an application and be approved in advance. No one will be allowed to attend this or any class without first submitting an application and passing a background check. Applications can be submitted online at http://www.cor.net/index.aspx?recordid=155&page=68.
If you have questions, contact the Marisa at the address below.
Crime Prevention Specialist
Richardson Police Dept.
972-744-4835 – Direct
Here are the pictures from the park.