Lazybrook News

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Yard Recycling on Esplanades

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Yard recycling to Lazybrook esplanades has stopped for the summer. Please stop dropping your grass/leaves bags at the esplanades for Nancy to empty at the trees. Summer is here and it is TOO HOT to have her continue this effort for us thru the summer. We will start back up in the late fall with [...]

Newsletter Article Deadline

Monday, July 5th, 2010

July 5th is the upcoming deadline for the printed newsletter. Please get your articles and any pictures to me by that time. If you cannot make the deadline, PLEASE email me to let me know so that I can save space for you in the layout. Thanks Crystal

SSQQ coming soon…

Monday, May 24th, 2010

From Swamplot…

COME JUNE, PROMISE the owners of SSQQ, the popular social dance studio will reopen just to the west of Restaurant Depot, in the former Kmart beached on the asphalt shores at 20th St. and T.C. Jester near Timbergrove.

Updated 05/24/2010…

Jaycee Park Update

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

If you did not make it to the festival on Saturday or had to leave early, these are the 2 big announcements you missed…

Party for a Playground

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Click to Download FlyerJoin Friends of Jaycee Park for the Hartman & Associates PARTY FOR A PLAYGROUND fundraiser this Saturday, May 8th from 4-7pm! We are featuring live music by the Jubilee & Bayou Banjo Bands (www.jubileebb.com), food, trackless train, face painting, balloon artist, field day games, carnival games, inflatable climbing wall, silly string arena…. All activities are $1-3.

Jaycee Park Update

Monday, May 3rd, 2010

50 volunteers came together ready to plant over 150 trees. After a breakfast provided by realtor, Sharon Ettinger, and a brief tree planting demonstration by one of the foresters, we went to work and planted all the trees in about an hour and a half! We had volunteers from Timbergrove, Lazybrook, Heritage Creek, Timbergrove Point, Oak Forest and even 1 from Spring Branch that read about the planting in the newspaper and 2 from Humble that work in the area.