May Newsletter

CONVID-19

While we are not out of the woods yet, things continue to improve. It’s now possible to get a haircut or a perm. You can also go out to a restaurant. The businesses are operating under strict guidelines to minimize the risk of infection. Those who are at greater risk are encouraged to continue to be cautious.

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May Yard of the Month

The Yard of the Month judges checked out the yards and selected a winner and runner-up. 

The runner up is:
Terry & Gigi Johnson
800 Morningstar

Congratulations!  They received a $25 gift certificate from Bruce Miller Nursery.  

The winner is: 
Aini and Marz Abdullah
800 Serenade,

Congratulations!  They received a $25 gift certificate from Bruce Miller Nursery. 

Anyone interested in helping by being a judge should contact Vicki Bean. V.Bean@att.net

Richardson Strong Signs

You may have noticed these signs in Richardson neighborhoods. The North College Park Neighborhood Association purchased several of these signs and they are $10 each with all proceeds going to the The Network of Community Ministries.  If you want a sign for you yard, please contact Janice Gromadin at elway100@tx.rr.com.

April Newsletter

CONVID-19

As I write this the news is much better than we feared. While things are not yet back to normal, we believe that some of the restrictions will be relaxed soon. We will all have to adjust to a new normal.

Thanks to the great response in the neighborhood and I know that we have been pulling together. Please continue to be aware of your neighbors and be prepared to lend a hand, if you are able, and if not report a problem. Keep checking on your neighbors, particularly the ones who are elderly and live alone. That quick phone call, text or email can make a world of difference.

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March Newsletter

CONVID-19

What a difference a month makes. The virus is having a profound impact on everyone; however, I am confident that will all pull together and get through this.

One of the great benefits of our community is the fact that we can pull together in times like this. It’s important to be aware of your neighbors and be prepared to lend a hand if you are able and if not report a problem. We have elderly residents and some who live alone. Stay in touch with your neighbors and be alert to any possible problems. A quick phone call, text or email can make a world of difference. We all must go to the store and we can pick up an item or two for a neighbor who can’t get out as easily. You can also make up a plate for a neighbor who is not able to cook.

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