September Newsletter

NCPNA Annual Meeting – September 27

Mark your calendars now to attend our NCPNA Annual Meeting, Tuesday, September 27 at Amigo’s Restaurant.

Our special guest speaker will be new Richardson City Manager Don Magner. Food will be provided beginning at 6:30 pm, followed by a brief meeting and our guest speaker. Spread the word!

National Night Out – October 4

NCPNA will participate in National Night Out. The event will be held the evening of October 4, 2022 in Glenville Park beginning at 6:00pm. The Berkner Drum Line will perform. We are also expecting Chase of Paw Patrol to visit with us. Food will be available for purchase with King Kong Tacos and Wings on site. Mark your calendar and plan to attend, expect a fun evening and meet your neighbors. More information.

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August Newsletter

Yard of the Month

Yard of the Month is back and we have winners for July.

Runner Up: Oliver Johnson, 808 Serenade. He received a $25 Bruce Miller’s Nursery gift certificate.
Pictured with Oliver are Cheryl Freeman and Linda Brown who helped make the selections!

First Place: Tyrus and Tanja Pettice, 1103 Rainbow. They received a $25 Bruce Miller’s Nursery gift certificate.

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July Newsletter

The 4th of July Parade A big Success

The 4th of July Parade and Party was enjoyed by about 60 people as they ate delicious food from TJ’s Dawg House Food Truck and participated in games and fellowship. Thanks to our police department for the parade escort and to City Council member Joe Corcoran for stopping by! The water balloon toss was a big hit providing some relief on the hot day! Congratulations to the parade, costume and game winners!

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April Newsletter

Spring Celebration and Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 16th 10:00AM – 1:00PM

The Spring Celebration and Egg Hunt is finally back and this year we’re teaming up with Town North Park and TJ’s Dawg House food truck for a fun day in Glenville Park. The egg hunt will have separate age groups with special prizes in each egg. Several games including a Hula Hoops, 3-legged race, egg toss and corn hole.

TJ’s Dawg House food truck will be on site for lots of good food for purchase. Plain dog, chips and a drink for the kids for $5. Cash preferred but can accept debit/credit cards.

Make it a family event, bring your lawn chairs and blankets.

Don’t forget to bring a basket to collect eggs!

And like in years past, the Easter bunny will make an appearance and there will be a photo-op area. Lots of fun for all ages!

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March 2022 Newsletter

St. Patrick’s Day Walk/Run
Saturday, March 19, 10:30AM

Get your steps in with this adult, kid, and pet friendly event around the neighborhood on March 19th! We will follow a guided walk/run course as a group for 3.17 kilometers, just under 2 miles. (St Patrick’s date 3/17 themed distance).

Make sure to wear your green, both for good luck AND for prizes! Gift cards will be awarded to the best dressed in three categories: Adult ($50 Gas gift card – the real pot of gold these days!), child ($50 to Target), and pet ($25 to Petco).

All are welcome and speed is irrelevant!


  • Meet at the Glenville Park Parking lot at 10am on Saturday March 19th
  • 3.17k walk will begin promptly at 10:30am
  • Some light grab-n-go brunch snacks and beverages will be available before and after the event
  • Start/End at the Glenville Park playground
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February 2022 Newsletter

Membership Drive Report

If you renew or join this month, and choose the Flag Program option, it will help ensure a flag will be posted for the President’s Day holiday. Memberships are $25 per year and for an additional $30 you will be enrolled in the flag program. More details and payment options on the website: Memberships are needed to fund operations, activities and beautification projects.

Hot Chocolate in the Park February 5th 2:00-4:00 p.m.

When we think of February, we think of African American History Month, President’s Day and, of course, Valentine’s Day. But did you know that during the month of February there are five days dedicated to chocolate celebration? On the 1st we have National Dark Chocolate Day, World Nutella Day on the 5th, National Chocolate Mint Day on the 19th, National Chocolate Covered Nut Day on the 25th and finally National Chocolate Souffle Day on the 28th. And honestly, we could add Valentine’s Day to the list since a box of chocolates is a common gift for Valentine’s Day.

If you are like us, you don’t need a reason to celebrate chocolate, but it sure is sweet to have one! So, for the love of chocolate, come have hot chocolate and chocolate chip cookies with your neighbors on Saturday, February 5th, 2:00 pm-4:00 pm at the Glenville Park Pavilion. Free of charge!

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