Next General Meeting - October 5, 2016 - 7 PM
Longfellow Elementary School - Cafeteria
3617 Norris Dr.
Woodside Civic Club Election
Any member interested in serving as an officer, on the Board or on a committee -- PLEASE email email@example.com
This is a great opportunity to meet your Woodside neighbors and to make your voice heard!
"Things get done when we ALL participate”
This is slate so far for the Woodside Civic Club elections. There are three open Board positions. Nominations from the floor will also be accepted.
|Woodside Civic Club 2017 Board of Directors
|Officers (one year term)
|President||Marian Richardson||Marian Richardson
|Vice President||Sharon Giordano||Sharon Giordano
|Secretary||Mona Sharique||Mona Sharique
|Treasurer||Valerie Mogas||Valerie Mogas
|Directors (two year term)
|Director 1||Sarah Bittner||
|Director 2|| ||Matt Sharp
|Director 3||Marisa Hoffman||
|Director 4|| ||Bob Heard
|Director 5||Leslie Kian|| l
|Director 6|| ||Scott Winters
The July/August Yard of the Month is the lovely home at 3715 Sun Valley. Several large curving beds wrap around the house bordering the peaceful front porch. The gardens display
a variety of colors and textures accented by natural stones. A large elevated corner bed repeats the theme. Lovely.
The July/August YOM is sponsored by Century 21 Olympian Realtor, Don Raskin who is the Area Specialist Houston 77025. His contact information is:
It's the people that make Woodside a great place to live.
Located conveniently inside the loop, for more than 50 years our neighborhood has strong and vital community thanks to the caring people who make it their home.
About Woodside CC
For more then 50 years, the Woodside Civic Club has been a volunteer organization of homeowners committed to the goals of maintaining our neighborhood as a safe and secure place for all families. Annual contributions of our Homeowners allow the Woodside Civic Club to fund the security patrol, mosquito spraying, newsletters, deed restriction compliance and maintenance of landscape medians.
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National Night Out
Tuesday evening, October 4, 2016
National Night Out, “America’s Night Out Against Crime”, was started in 1984, by the National Association of Town Watch. It began as an effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, and neighborhood camaraderie and to send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. Therefore, it’s one night when neighbors walk outside and get to know one another.
We are encouraging all Woodside residents to participate by simply going outside to meet your neighbors!
This is meant to be easy and fun……. pull up some chairs, let the kids play in the yard, have a snack, ride bikes, walk around and meet your neighbors.