COVID-19 drags on; however things are improving, and we are learning to cope. Don't forget even if you can't be as social you have in the past, we can still have activities and function as a community. We just have to be more careful. Keep checking on your neighbors, particularly those who live alone.
Don’t forget many families are still struggling. The Network of Community Ministries is looking for food donations. More information
For the month of August, Linda Brown, block captain in the 1100 block of Morningstar, had a decorate your mailbox contest and the winner got a $50 gift certificate of their choice paid for personally by Linda.
The Yard of the Month judges fanned out in neighborhood and selected some winners for September.
Yard of the Month for August
The Yard of the Month judges checked out the yards and selected a winner
The winner is:
Debbie and John Wingfield
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
registration for National Night Out 2020 is now open. Go to
Richardsonpolice.net to register or access the registration form at the following
This year’s National Night Out is being held on Tuesday October 6th, 2020 from
6pm to 8pm and will be quite different. Please read below for additional
Due to the COVID 19 virus situation we request that no one hold
block parties this year. Be safe and practice good social distancing.
Since we are not recommending block parties or social gatherings we are
recommending that each registered block celebrate NNO by:
We are not out of the woods yet and COVID-19 will be with us for some time to come, but the situation has improved. Let’s not let our guard down now. We can get together and still minimize the risk of infection.
Can’t have a parade or picnic, but we won’t let a virus stop us from celebrating the 4th! Join the fun!