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The Neighborhood Crime Watch is now in full force in our area! We have been working with the Lewisville Police Department and have their support and assistance, as needed! Our neighborhood is known officially as Timberbrook Area 3.Please feel free to pass this newsletter on to your neighbors, just in case we missed them! We have the next four NCW meetings scheduled, please make time to come! We would love to get to know you!Feb. 17, 2009May 19, 2009August 18, 2009November 17, 2009All meetings will be held at 7:00 PM at the Lewisville Police Department.Feel free to contact one of us to R.S.V.P., although it is not required! 2009-2010 NCW Timberbrook Area 3 Officers/VolunteersCoordinator-Shelly Szenasyshellyszenasy@gmail.com214-507-2068Secretary/Newsletter Coordinator-Angela Volunteer Youth Activities Coordinator- Must be willing to volunteer at least 2 hours per month to coordinate activities for the kids (15 years and under) in our neighborhood to be held once a quarter or monthly. They will be required to pass security checks with the Police Department.Volunteer Positions!!We are currently looking for any volunteers who we can count on to fill other positions! Below is a listing of available positions, please contact one of us if you are interested in joining the committee!Neighborhood Watch Assistants- Must be willing to keep a watchful eye out for potential hazards or problems. NW Asst. will need to complete a 1 hour training session with the NCW Coordinator.Block Captains- Will be responsible for attending monthly meetings and occasional training sessions. They will be required to maintain a map of your block and communication with your residents.We currently need Block Captains for the following blocks: Holly Oak, Red Wing, Thrush, Fern, Hemlock and Sweet Gum. For further information or to volunteer for the above positions, please contact Shelly Szenasy! Helpful numbersTo report an emergency: 911Non-Emergency Police/Fire: 972-219-3600 Our volunteers are always open to hearing from each of you. If you have any suggestions for the newsletter, please let Angela know! If you have any questions or concerns regarding the safety of our neighborhood, please contact Shelly! If you are ever a witness to any action that you feel needs to be brought to our attention, please do not hesitate to contact the proper authorities.Then contact Shelly as soon as possible and with as much information as you can give her. She can notify the proper authorities if you wantto remain anonymous. Activity that Shelly stresses she wants to have knowledge of is:Gang activity in our neighborhoodIf you notice anything, please let her know! It is always best to be proactive! Please watch for the next newsletter to come out at the beginning of March! If you have a neighbor that has not received this emailed newsletter, please ask them to contact either Shelly or Angela to give them their email address so they may receive future emails! MARCH NEWSLETTER TOPICSTeen IssuesPet SafetyCode Enforcement issuesIdentity Theft tips Please get involved and we hope to see you very soon! Thank you!"One person can make a difference!"

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