Volunteer Opportunities

We are always looking for people to lend a hand, and need to fill the following Steering Board openings: Advertising

Crime Watch!

The Neighborhood Crime Watch program is a self-help community crime prevention program with the objectives of reducing crime and the opportunity for crime.

Where is Duck Creek?

View a detailed map of the Duck Creek area by click the image below.

The List

The List is a page devoted to getting you what you need. We have compiled a list of useful phone numbers and website links just for Duck Creekers.

"The Wall That Heals" coming to Richardson

Richardson City Hall will be the launching point for a ceremonial procession through town welcoming “The Wall That Heals,” a traveling 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The wall serves as a way for people to honor the fallen and reflect on Americans who served during the Vietnam War. It will make a four-day stop in Richardson, which is its final stop in the nation this year, before it is stored again in Washington, D.C. for the holidays.
 The wall will arrive at City Hall on Wednesday morning where Richardson Mayor Pro Tem Bob Townsend will address the crowd at 9:45 a.m. Local American Legion and VFW members will be in attendance and motorcyclists from the Patriot Guard will escort the wall to UT Dallas.
The wall will be on display at UT Dallas from Thursday through Sunday, with a public remembrance ceremony slated for 10 a.m. Friday morning.
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Little Free Library

Duck Creek now has a Little Free Library thanks to one or our Board members, Howard Freilich. While you are walking our trail, you can walk up to 1815 Plymouth Rock Dr. (Corner of Ponderosa & Plymouth Rock) and borrow a book—any time of day. This is a free opportunity (no check out/late fees) to “take a book and return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form--a Little Free Library is a nationwide movement of a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book (or two) to share. These can be books for all readers--adult (appropriate reading, of course), teen or children. The Little Free Library and the first set of books was provided by the Friends of the Library and we will be responsible for replacing books--a unique way to get kids interested in reading.

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November 2014