The Red Cross Donor Coach will join us at National Night Out. Meet some neighbors, enjoy the fun, and then roll up your sleeve to help others in need.
Tuesday October 7
4:30 – 8:30 PM
Red Cross Donor Coach
Dallas, TX 75214
For an appointment please click here.
This year’s National Night Out at Tietze Park will be Tuesday, October 7 from 5:30-8:00pm.
National Night Out is designed to strengthen community relationship between residents and public service organizations such as police, city departments and charitable organizations that serve the community. This year’s event is hosted by three neighborhood associations – Lower Greenville, Lakewood Heights, and Lowest Greenville West and The Friends of Tietze Park Foundation.
On hand will be police officers to talk to about crime concerns. In addition, we will have exhibits from quality-of-life and charitable organizations. As usual we will have the face painters, hotdogs, musical entertainment, and a bounce house.
This is a great opportunity to have some fun, meet some neighbors, and learn a little something about health and safety. Look for the manila flyer on your doorstep. The event will take the place of our regularly scheduled November LGNA meeting. Be sure to stop by and say hello!
Take advantage of a special fund-raiser project from Explorer Post 741, sponsored by the Dallas Police Department: For $15.00 Explorers will use reflective paint to paint your address number at the front and back of your house. They’ll use reflective paint that’s visible during day or night, ensuring emergency vehicles can find your address should they need to.
The Explorers are planning a “sweep” on Saturday, September 6. But if you can’t place your order by the 6th, they will come and do your painting at later dates. They will accept check, cash, or credit cards, and all funds will go towards the Dallas Explorer Program.
To place your order, contact Officer Lorenzo Carranza Lorenzo.Carranza@dpd.ci.dallas.tx.us or 469-203-2203.
Dallas Police Northeast Explorers 741 CURB PROJECT
There have been three incidents in the last week involving a burglary where the suspect gained entry through a doggie door. The incidents happened in the area near Stonewall Jackson. The first incident happened last Wednesday on the 59xx block of Kenwood, the second happened yesterday on the 59xx block of Revere.
The third incident also happened yesterday on the 61xx block of Ellsworth. In this incident, the woman encountered the man in her kitchen. She described him as a Hispanic male about 5’5″ with a buzz cut wearing shorts and a t-shirt. Continue reading
Join us Tuesday, July 22 at 7 p.m. for a great meal and a chance to meet with your neighbors at the annual LGNA Pot Luck Dinner and Summer Social!
Once again, Greenland Hills UMC will host us, and our great friends at Blue Goose and Aw Shucks are providing us with fajitas and all sorts of goodies. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share. We’ll repeat the dessert contest, and winners will be selected by the votes of those sampling the desserts.
We’ll also be collecting gently used stuffed toys for Toys for Cops. We hope to see you there!
By popular demand, the LGNA annual summer social and fajita fest will return on Tuesday, July 22, at 7:00 p.m. at Greenland Hills UMC, Penrose and Delmar. Last year’s dinner drew over 100 neighbors, and this year’s is expected to be just as popular. The Summer Social is open to all LGNA-area residents. Families with children are welcome. Bring your appetites. (If you can come a little early and/or stay a little late, we’ll appreciate your help with set-up and tear-down.)
Blue Goose Cantina and Aw Shucks will again provide fajitas and assorted fixings. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share with your LGNA neighbors, whether it’s your family’s favorite salad, Aunt Suzie’s corn casserole, or a purchased apple pie.
Also by popular request, the dessert contest will be repeated. Several prizes have already been assembled for awards to the winners. Winners will be selected by votes of those sampling the desserts. Neighborhood merchants will provide door prizes and dessert-contest prizes. City officials and board members have been invited to share dinner with us.
Scour your closets for gently used stuffed toys. We’ll again be collecting Toys for Cops. Come and chat with your neighbors and invited guests, enjoy a wonderful meal, and participate in the thrill of competition.