Everybody, we are planning a bigger, better, and more spectacular National Night Out this year!
Everyone in Fox Run Neighborhood and friends are welcome and that includes kids!
Hey, let's back up a minute. So, what the heck is National Night Out? It occurs once a year and is designed for people of a neighborhood to have a venue to get to know your neighbors. It builds strong cohesive neighborhoods that look out for each other, like picking up your mail while you are on vacation, taking you to the emergency if you get a minor need, watch out for an important package while you are gone to work or the store, help with the heavy groceries, turn off your sprinklers if you forgot and left them on and went to work, check up on you, and a myriad of other helpful things. Things you might do for your neighbors if you knew them better.
Our FRNA Board again met on April 10th and will re-energize a number of our previous efforts in our Fox Run Community. Ongoing efforts to get a traffic signal at Fox Knoll and Nacogdoches, Stop Signs and “Calming Devices” (Speed Bumps) leading back to Fox Run Elementary, and water abatement problems along Fox Creek and Fox Head will resume our priorities with District 10 and the CoSA (see article in this edition). Upcoming May 1st community yard sale, planning for National Night Out on October 6th, and other community clean-up and planning activities were discussed.
as of September 2020