The May Crier has been uploaded on the website and home delivery will take place Friday and or Saturday by the Westbury High Baseball team and booster club. The rains last Saturday inundated Westbury; if your home had water in it, please report it to 311 and to the WCC. If your street remained flooded and the waters were slow to recede please report that to 311 also. The Willow Waterhole Jazzfest will take place Sunday, May 5th from noon till 8 pm; more info www.wwjazzfest.com
. There is a beginning birders event at the WIllow Waterhole on Saturday, May 4th at 8 AM; meet at the Gathering Place 5310 S Willow. Tree waste pickup will be May 9th.
The February Crier has been delivered! Thanks to the Westbury High School baseball team, Coach Lyle and the parents from the Baseball Booster Club. An electronic copy is posted in documents. Whether you read it, toss it or use it in your bird cage, the Crier has been bringing news to the neighborhood since 1956. We have started scanning them and attached is the February 1960 edition.
Wednesday, January 16 @ 7pm at Westbury Baptist Church, Westbury Civic Club meeting.
Thursday, January 17 8am a new ZUMBA class at the Platou Center.
Saturday, January 19 @ 8 am Bird survey at the Willow Waterhole
Monday, January 21 @ 7:30pm Brays Bayou Association at the Gathering PLace
Tuesday, January 22 @ 7 PM SW PIP meeting
Jeff Ross, president and
CEO for the future Houston Botanic Garden,will talk about the progress that is
being made to procure land and raise funds to build a world class botanic
garden in Houston. Come to the Godwin Park Recreation Center, 5101
Rutherglen on Wednesday, January 9 at 10 a.m. and learn why a botanic garden is
important and why it is needed in Houston. This program is free and is
sponsored by the Bouquettes Garden Club.
The Westbury Civic Club and the Westbury GreenTeam are joining up on Saturday, November 10, from 9AM to Noon to plant trees in 2 different locations in Westbury. We intend to plant a total of 50 trees in Westbury Park and on the West Bellfort esplanade. The City of Houston Forestry Department is working with us to prepare the locations for digging, mulching, and staking. Trees for Houston, a non-profit organization devoted to increasing the tree canopy all over the Houston area, is providing trees in 15 gallon containers. Shovels and gloves will be provided. You may pre-register with Hazel Potvin at email@example.com or 713-729-4568. Meet at the WCC office at 5322 W Bellfort to register and get your location assignment.
Halloween movie night...bring a chair or a blanket..come in costume or not...it's going to be great night!
Can you spare an hour and a half tonight? PLEASE come to the SW Houston Voters Forum at Westbury High at 7 PM. It may sound B-o-r-i-n-g, but let's show everyone the Westbury cares and VOTES!
Southwest Houston 2000 Voter's Forum
TIME & DATE
Thursday October 18, 2012
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Westbury High School Auditorium
11911 Chimney Rock
Houston, TX 77035
(Musical Entertainment in entryway prior to event)
Advanced Guitar students of Mr. Bardin and Mr. Campbell from Parker Elementary Music Magnet School
WELCOME OPENING COMMENTS
Mike Bercu President of SWHouston 2000, Inc
Nancy Sims Moderator, Adjunct Professor of Political Science Univ. of Houston
BOND Voter Decisions
HISD Bonds Mike Lunceford, HISD District V Trustee and Chairman of HISD Board
City Bonds (Propositions A, C, D, E) Billie Briscoe, Attorney and Advisor for City of Houston Bonds
City Bonds (Proposition B) Michael Skelly / Vivan Gallegos (Parks by You)
Various Candidates list finalized at event
METRO Voter Decision
General Mobility Program (GMP) Russ Frank, METRO, Vice President of Strategic Planning
BOND Voter Decision
Houston Community College - Dr. Arnold Goldberg, Dean of Workforce and Economic Development Houston Community College Southwest
CONCLUDING REMARKS Nancy Sims
Monday, October 15, 2012, 7:30 PM The Gathering Place 5310 South Willow, Brays Bayou Association Meeting :Dale Rudick, Deputy Director, PWE; Rebuild Houston Executive; Will give us an overview of Rebuild Houston
Wednesday, Ocotber 17, 2012 7:00 PM Westbury Baptist Church; Westbury Civic Club board meeting
Thursday, October 18, 2012 7:00 PM Westbury High School Voters forum for Nov 6th election
Friday, October 19, 2012 7:00 PM Family Movie Night Willow Waterhole Not-so-scary classic movies and Halloween costume contest
Saturday, October 20, 2012 8:00 AM Audubon Bird survey at the WIllow Waterhole
Westbury White Elephant Community Garage Sale – Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 8AM to Noon
Located at Westbury United Methodist Church parking lot (5200 Willowbend). Customer parking is available at St. John’s Presbyterian (5020 W. Bellfort).
Rain date: Nov. 17
For more information or more booth availability, call the WCC office at 713-723-5437
Unfortunately there will be no event today
The ground is too wet and more rain is expected. Thus, no hayrides, miniature train, or snowcones at the park today. Enjoy your weekend and stay tuned for our next event.