AdvocateMag North Dallas July 2012 : Page 26

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Honoring our veterans<br /> <br /> The Spring Creek neighborhood, bound by Coit, Belt Line, Arapaho and Meandering Way, celebrated Memorial Day with its 18th annual parade and picnic. The parade featured several local leaders and organizations and entertainment by the Dallas Tap Dazzlers and the Richardson High School Band.<br /> <br /> Budding bookworms<br /> <br /> My Very Own Book, a local nonprofit that provides reading incentive programs to Title 1 schools, celebrated its top readers during a special event at the Eisemann Center, featuring keynote speaker Judge Olly Neal. MVOB serves schools in Dallas, Plano and Richardson, including Spring Valley Elementary in Far North Dallas. Pictured are the program’s top readers honored at the event: Britney Nnamdi (Mendenhall Elementary, PISD), Donnelly Mekondo (Audelia Creek, RISD), Jaylor Crawford (Elisha M. Pease, DISD), Jordon Geter, front (Edward Titche, DISD), Emmanuel Flores (Barron, PISD), Matthew Gonzalez (Maria Moreno, DISD), Samantha Jackson (Spring Valley, RISD) and MVOB President Helen Van Auken.<br /> <br /> Submit your photo. Email a jpeg to editor@advocatemag.com.

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