Neighborhood News

Yard of the Month for May 2022

The yard of the month for May is Gary and Jeana Streeter at 2470 El Cerrito Dr. They have lived in the Claremont Addition for decades. They have been great supporters and volunteers for Claremont Addition.

Beautiful well planted yard!

Support Your Local Library

The White Rock Hills Branch of the Dallas Public Library will celebrate its 10th anniversary on June 16, 2022. You are invited to become a White Rock Hills Library Friend (WRHLF) and help plan the upcoming celebration. Click here to download the WRHLF membership brochure. You can drop it off at the library or mail it to WRHLF care of the White Rock Hills Branch Library (address is on brochure). WRHLF will have its next meeting May 4, 2022, at 6pm on Zoom (online) to cover:

  • Changes to bylaws
  • Election of officers for the remainder of 2022
  • Plans for the 10 th Anniversary celebration.

WRHLF had been on pause while the library system was closed and during limited operations in 2021/2022. As a WRHLF member, you can help the library thrive again as it returns to full operation.

Questions? Please contact:
White Rock Hills Library President John VanBuskirk
(469) 939-7653
JohnC47@tx.rr.com

Operation Beautification Litter Cleanup at Bayles Elementary

Operation Beautification–A Success! A BIG shout out to everyone from the Claremont Addition Neighborhood Association who joined efforts to make our community a more beautiful place to live during the Ferguson Road Initiative Operation Beautification Litter Cleanup Event. Thank you Bayles Elementary School Bobcats, students, staff and faculty for cleaning your campus–inside and out! Thank you to Bryan Giron and Michael Laurion for tackling the trash mess on Graycliff from Ferguson Road to Stonycreek. Harry Swanson on Claremont Drive helped pick up trash and Debbie Shaw volunteered at the staging area at Impact at Bethel on Ferguson Road.

Thank you to Martha Quigley who ensured all volunteers received their supply kits and to Rob Brown for helping to set up the tents. I’m sure I am forgetting someone else who volunteered from CANA. If you helped today, and I left your name off this list, feel free to reach out and let me know that you helped and what areas you cleaned up. We really worked hard to remove illegal signage and we targeted area parks. Despite the early wind and light rain, we persevered! If you live in the Claremont and love this area as much as these volunteers do, I encourage you to become a member of CANA and support us at claremontaddition.org Many hands make light work!