Lazybrook News

from the Lazybrook Civic Club

Letter From the President

by Lazybrook Civic Club - November 24th, 2014.
Filed under: Letters from the President.

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. Halloween was another treat. The weather was beautiful and all the kids we ran into seemed to be having a great time.

The Cougle’s have noticed more neighbors out walking and in their yards as the weather has cooled off. It’s been nice to speak with you and get to know each other better and let’s all hope for a mild winter that allows for plenty of time outdoors.

Over the coming months we have several events available to residents. The Lazybrook Mom’s Club will be hosting caroling this year and a block party. The date has tentatively been set for Sunday, December 14th and stay tuned into your emails for more specifics on the block to host. The children and residents that participated last year said it was a memorable and enjoyable experience for everyone and definitely something to become an annual tradition.

Finally, we have our final Lazybrook Civic Club and Holiday Social scheduled for Tuesday, December 2nd. Please be sure to come out and say hello and vote for the changes in the neighborhood impacting you. On the agenda for this meeting is the vote for increasing the membership dues (must be voted on in two consecutive meetings so will also be in January) as well as nominations for 2015 officers. We ask everyone to bring a dish or drinks to share, and canned good donations for the Lazybrook Baptist Church holiday food drive.

Due to time constraints, and to allow for Holiday Social, the voting on the TC Jester Park natural areas along the bayous and mosquito spraying will be held in the January meeting.

We hope to see you at a future meeting where you can make a difference in your community.

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