NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
The National Association of Town Watch has just announced their judging committee results for National Night Out 2010–
First Place (in the nation)- Category 3- RICHARDSON, TEXAS !
Congratulations and a heartfelt thanks to all of our Neighborhood Watch Facilitators, Coordinators and Block Captains. You put us there.
A personal property inventory can help recover or replace items lost to theft, fire, or other event. Create and store your property inventory at www.knowyourstuff.org
Officer John Corbitt
Crime Prevention Unit— West Sector
Richardson Police Department
Please contact Marsha Mayo if you want to participate in the HPNA Citizen Patrollers Program or Crime Watch.email@example.com
Bond Tracker Program – City of Richardson Website
http://www.cor.net Follow this link to the City’s website; click on the 2010 Bond link on the left-side of the page; then click on the box: NEW BOND TRACKER.
Reminder about the Community Garden
Below is information from Betsy Randall at the Epiphany Church at the corner of Custer and Greenleaf. We’re partnering with them to have a community garden and they’re now ready to take reservations for garden plots. Follow the directions below if you want to participate, but you should do so quickly because Betsy says the plots are going fast. You can get more information from Margaret Miller (email below) on the details of working on a community garden.
I’m very anxious to see this be a success. I think it’s going to be lots of fun as well as being a community builder.
Heights Park N.A.
Epiphany Neighborhood Garden
Join our Heights Park neighbors at the Epiphany Neighborhood Garden in the exciting first planting season of our community garden. Plots are now open for reservation. There are limited plots. Reservations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. Simply email Margaret Miller with your contact information at firstname.lastname@example.org to hold a plot for spring planting and to get all the information you need. No money is required for a reservation. Cost for the year is only $75 and will be collected in January. This fee helps to cover water and general maintenance of the garden.
Where is the garden? Episcopal Church of the Epiphany is located at 421 Custer Road, right in our neighborhood. How big is the plot? Each individual plot is 5×20 feet. What does it offer for our neighborhood? Community gardens live up to their name: They build community! The garden will provide a place to plant and harvest food, a place for folks to meet and get to know one another, a learning center for scouts and school children and many more benefits.
On a side note: Two girl scouts hoping to earn their Gold Award have set in motion plans to install picnic table, benches and some landscaping. One area will offer space for gathering and socializing, the other for prayer and meditation. We also have scout groups who have asked to reserve plots. Things are rolling!
December Holiday Lights Contest
Don’t forget to have your holiday lights out in early December if you want to be one of the Yard of the Month Judges’ picks!
Heights Park Hayride
Tuesday, December 21
811 Lockwood Drive
Join your neighbors for an “Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration”
6:30 pm – Hay Ride takes off from 811 Lockwood
Ride through the streets of Heights Park singing your favorite Christmas Carols. You may ‘jump on’ at any time during the ride. We will travel northbound on each street between Thompson & Floyd starting on Lockwood and ending at Heights Park.
7:30 pm – Dessert
Join us back at 811 Lockwood for roasted marshmallows and hot chocolate.
Julie Anders: J2anders@sbcglobal.net