The RCPAAA (Richardson Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association) is pleased and proud to announce the creation of a program designed to assist retired K-9 dogs and their owners. The Retired K-9 Medical Support Fund is a 501(c)(3) tax deductible charitable non-profit organization designed to reimburse 80% of the expenses associated with 1) Veterinarian Services 2) Prescription Medicine Expenses 3) Health-Related Prescribed Therapy and Training.
The Richardson Police Department typically uses Belgian Malinois, a breed originally developed as a herding dog that is commonly mistaken as a small German Shepard. The breed is intense, intelligent, athletic and are renowned for their extreme adaptability. They serve dual duty as detectors of narcotics and explosives and as protection and patrol.
The Officer who has worked with the newly retired K-9 is offered the opportunity to convert the dog to a family pet to be loved at home for the rest of the animal’s life. This is a wonderful thing but the medical expenses associated can be daunting to the family of our Officers. Typical health problems endemic to the breed include hip and elbow dysplasia, retinal atrophy and cataracts.
The Retired K-9 Medical Support Fund was created to mitigate some of the financial burden and at the same time, honor the service of our Officers both Human and Canine. If you would like to contribute to this very worthy cause, please log onto www.rcpaaa.org and locate the donation button. During the donation process, you will have the opportunity to make a comment and you may direct your donation to the K-9 Fund, the Scholarship Program or any of the other worthy projects the RCPAAA supports.
One may also mail payments directly to: RPD Main Station 140 N. Greenville Richardson, TX 75081 Attn: RCPAAA Treasurer. Thank you for your support of our unsung heroes.
The RCPAAA Mission is to support the Richardson Police Department by enhancing awareness and appreciation of the Department within the community, publicizing its services and accomplishments and developing partnerships. ... See MoreSee Less
At our annual meeting last night the following HOA Directors were elected for this next year:
Jeremy Thomason, President Susan Kassen, Past President Warren Caldwell, President Elect Richard Luttrell, Treasurer Julia Porter, Secretary Jay Dalehite, Director of Membership Chip Pratt, Director of Community Relations Susan Kuddes, Director of Communications Kerry Gaines, Director of Beautification Jeff Wolfe, Director of Crime Watch Kyla Obert, Director of Events
Thanks to each of them for selflessly volunteering to keep making Canyon Creek the best place to live in Richardson....which was just ranked #5 Best places to live in ALL of the United States! ... See MoreSee Less
ATTEND THE ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS MEETING TONIGHT! Suzie Kuddes of the CCHOA, CANYON CREEK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION Nov. 2nd 2016 6:30 pm Canyon Creek Country Club, 625 W. Lookout Dr., Richardson, TX 75080
Once a year we reserve the big room at the country club and invite all homeowners to join us. The CCHOA board of directors will be there- but most important many of your neighbors and friends who share the bond of caring about the future of our subdivision and city. We will be electing the new board of directors. Coffee will be served and time to say hello to friends old and new!
Our speaker this year is Michael Morris He is the Director of Transportation for the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less