OLH National Night Out is Tuesday, October 2, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m..
Location: Parking lot between the Greenspot and El Vecino (White Rock Crossing Shopping Center- Bucker@Northcliff)
What is NNO?
"National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances." You can learn more about NNO at https://natw.org/about
We encourage all OLH neighbors to come to our event and get to know your neighbors. This event is for the whole family. We'll have face painting for the kiddos, food from Alphonso's Italian Restaurant, Torchy's Tacos and One90 BBQ. Snowcones, Giant Jenga and Bean Toss game.
We'll be drawing for free door prizes from our amazing local businesses: East Lake Dental, Joint Chiropractic Lake Highlands/Dr. Ana Vallejo, Andy's Frozen Custard, One90 BBQ, Orange Theory Fitness and Jackson Pottery!
OLH- Get involved!
Hexter Elementary School's Roaring Readers Program is a looking for Volunteers. Do you like to read? Hexter Elementary has a wonderful program that allows you to share your love of reading with the younger generation. Click on the Roaring Readers logo above to find out how you can help. You can volunteer as little or as much time as you wish.
About Old Lake Highlands
Welcome to the official site for the Old Lake Highlands Neighborhood Association (OLHNA) Old Lake Highlands Neighborhood, is comprised of approximately 1,700 homes located within the triangle of Northwest Hwy., Buckner Blvd., and Lake Highlands Drive, served by DISD, and in Dallas Council District 9.
This neighborhood was officially established in 1946, but, the Old Lake Highlands neighborhood, as we know it today, was formed in the 1990's when residents decided they needed a better sense of community in East Dallas. Neighborhoods formerly known as, Lake Terrace, Bel Aire Estates, Lake Highlands Pointe, and Park Highlands were combined to form Old Lake Highlands. The homes that are south of NW Hwy, and north of Northcliff, were formerly referred to as Lake Highlands Estates. These homes became part of OLH in 2006.
Located 10 miles northeast of downtown, but surrounded almost entirely by greenbelt and atop some of the highest elevation in Dallas, this neighborhood is one of a kind. Close accessibility to downtown, but moments away from the active part of life. We are proud to be part of the White Rock Lake community. Meet your neighbors, and support your neighborhood, join today!
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