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The Nor’westener newsletter for December 12

by Ben Crab, Nor'westener Newsletter - December 12th, 2014


Attached is the latest issue of The Nor’westener newsletter. Serving Concerned Readers in Clark Pines, Cottage Grove, Hidden Lake, Holly Park, Lazybrook, Oak Forest, Shady Acres, Greater Timbergrove and Woodcrest.

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Letter From the President

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 24th, 2014

Not sure where the year has gone, but another holiday season and year end is upon us. Hopefully, everyone enjoyed a terrific National Night Out this year in the neighborhood. We had several block parties and our house had almost 20 attendees. Even without our parade this year, a good time was had by all. [...]

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2014 Holiday Lighting Contest

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 24th, 2014

Lazybrook is a noted decorating, celebrating community and your Civic Club wants to award the families with our Annual Holiday Lighting Contest and Yard Sign Awards

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Yard of the Month – November 2014

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 23rd, 2014

1831 Mill Creek

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November 2014 Newsletter

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 20th, 2014

View the November 2014 newsletter.

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Jaycee Park Update

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 14th, 2014

Welcome Jessica Nute as co-administrator for Facebook Jaycee Park. The Facebook site’s name was changed because the “Friends” designation associated with “Jaycee Park” caused some confusion about donations. Houston Parks Board is the 501(c)(3) that manages the private fund for Jaycee Park. Thanks to the Houston Parks Board, the “spalls” or gouges on the center [...]

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Civic Club Meeting and Holiday Social on Dec. 2

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 12th, 2014

Come and join the discussion! All are welcome to participate in the cultivation of our great neighborhood.

Door Prizes will be available!

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Lazybrook Gardening Club Meeting – Nov 11th

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 10th, 2014

The next meeting of the Lazybrook Garden Club is Tues. Nov. 11. at Ilya Martinalbo’s home.

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Friday Night Lazybrook Hangout and Movie Night

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 10th, 2014

The Lazybrook Mom’s Club invite you to join us on this Friday evening, November 14th for a Lazybrook Hangout & Movie Night. The event will be held in the cul de sac at the end of Widdicomb Ct. All are invited!

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Beautification Update

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 1st, 2014

In January, there will again be a vote on whether to ask the city to mow the rest of the park area along the bayou on West T.C.Jester. I feel I do not need to repeat all the reasons why the majority of Lazybrook residents have voted in the past to leave the area without [...]

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Yard of the Month – October 2014

by Lazybrook Civic Club - October 24th, 2014

1711 Willowby

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Latest Victims of Timbergrove Cat Killer Speak Out

by Lazybrook Civic Club - October 21st, 2014

Over $20,000 now available in rewards in connection to catching local cat murderer.

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The Nor’westener newsletter for October 13

by Lazybrook Civic Club - October 14th, 2014


Attached is the latest issue of The Nor’westener newsletter. Serving Concerned Readers in Clark Pines, Cottage Grove, Hidden Lake, Holly Park, Lazybrook, Oak Forest, Shady Acres, Greater Timbergrove and Woodcrest.

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Cat mutilations in the Heights continue to disturb residents

by Lazybrook Civic Club - September 23rd, 2014

Just this past weekend a husband and wife in the Timbergrove area close to Jaycee Park woke up early Saturday morning to find their own cat lying dead and in pieces on their lawn. They had last seen the pet hours before. They believe that sometime between 3 a.m. and sunrise their pet was taken off and mutilated.

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Beautification update

by Lazybrook Civic Club - September 20th, 2014

Trees for Houston has received a donation for planting trees on 18th Street from Seamist to 610.

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