Lil Shop on the Plaza celebrated its ribbon cutting with the Lewisville Area Chamber of Commerce Wednesday. The shop is located in Ferguson Plaza, right across from City Hall.
Lil Shop on the Plaza's Facebook page describes the shop this way: "A unique shop with gift ideas for everyone. Giving gifts is my Love Language and gifting is what I do best. I am always looking for that special something to surprise my loved ones with. Come and see what treasures I have found and for those that need help with ideas, I am more than happy to help."
LLELA Lewisville Lake held a preview tour of its new approximately 2 mile Blackjack trail Saturday for friends and volunteers. The newly-constructed trail begins near the greenhouse on the western side of the 2,000 acre property, and connects at the parking lot for the Beaver Pond paddling trail. The trail contains great examples of the Cross Timbers forest, including Blackjack Oak, Post Oak, and Hickory, but also includes a meandering stream, prairie glades, and mesquite savanna areas.
LLELA will make some finishing touches in some places, and is expected to open the trail to the public in a few weeks.
With the addition of the Blackjack Trail, LLELA will have roughly 8 miles of connected hiking trails.
A wreck involving a UPS truck, a blue SUV, and a fence occurred Wednesday morning on Valley Pkwy between Round Grove and Corporate Dr. It appeared that the collision caused the UPS truck to jump the curb, and slam into a neighboring fence, ripping it from its corner post. Fresh tire treads lay embedded in the dirt. No injuries from both drivers, however the UPS driver appeared shaken up by the whole situation.
Members of Lewisville Morning Rotary, the Lewisville Police Department Color Guard, the Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts helped with the 4th Annual Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Retirement Ceremony. Air Force Reserve SSGT Ryan Dane presented the US Flag he carried with him during his recent tour in Afghanistan. You can see the flag at the south entrance to the MCL Grand Theater.
LEWISVILLE, Texas (Oct. 23, 2014) — MillerCoors Central Region Team from Plano, Texas, teamed up with Keep Lewisville Beautiful on Thursday to help clean up Lake Lewisville. A total of 35 MillerCoors employees removed 40+ bags of trash as part of their company’s commitment to water conservation efforts. In addition to the volunteer hours, MillerCoors donated $5,000 to Keep Lewisville Beautiful to help further fund community waterway cleanups and environmental education efforts in the Lewisville community.