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The Spring White Elephant Sale will be on Saturday, May 9, from 8AM to Noon at Westbury United Methodist Church. The rain date is May 16.
will go on sale at 8AM on Wednesday, April 1, for individual
You must be a paid
current member of the Westbury Civic Club to purchase a booth. This means you must have paid your 2015 WCC
membership dues of $40. If you have not
paid your 2015 dues, you may do so at the same time that you purchase your
booth space. The booth price for
Booths will go on sale to non-residents and groups/non-profit organizations on April 27 if space permits on a first come, first serve basis. The booth price for non-residents and groups is $60-65.
White Elephant Sale allows residents the opportunity to sell unwanted household
items at a highly visible central location with security provided. The WCC provides location, security,
bathrooms and publicity for the sale.
The Civic Club does NOT provide tables, chairs or shade.
So why not have fun, make money, be safe and be a good neighbor. Plan on having a booth at the Westbury White Elephant Sale!
*Due to limited space and increased interest by homeowners, only individual homeowners may purchase booth space in September. Non-residents and ALL non-profit organizations and groups (including Westbury resident run) must wait until April 27. Violators of this policy may not be allowed to participate in the current and/or future White Elephant Sales. All non-profit organizations and groups must register under their organization name. No individual may purchase a booth for a group or organization unless doing so under that organization’s name.
Wednesday, February 11 at 630PM at the Platou Community Center, 11655 Chimney Rock, District K and Public Works will be holding a public meeting to answer any questions residents have about the ongoing Wastewater(Sewer) line replacement project. Lines are being replaced as per the attached map in parts of Westbury 4, Westbury South and Westbury 3 (Cartagena).
District K likes to host these ... View more meetings when there is work so that residents will know the scope of the project, the completion date, backyard access, etc. If you live on the affected streets you are encouraged to attend.
Last CIP meeting we made a plea about our issues with sewage problems and all of Westbury's wastewater lines were scheduled to be evaluated. It is good to see this work being done.
Homeowners should have notified either by mail or door hangers.
WHS has a great administration, wonderful teachers, a vigorous academic plan with AP courses required, and an incredible student body. Let’s give them the campus they deserve and that we voted for in 2012. There are ways you can support the school today.
Here is what the principal has to say: “Westbury is an AWSOME place. The students are awesome and so are the parents. We are making progress every single day. We had our first back to school bash, winter festival, cross country event that was out of this world, a big event for middle school track coming in February, and our fine art programs that continue to flourish every time they step onto the stage. Auto-tech and debate are considered to be among the best in the district and respected around the State of Texas. Our scholars just need a chance to shine, have pride in themselves, and understand they are important to us.”
The February Crier devotes 5 pages to WHS. See how you can join the effort to support WHS. https://docs.google.com/a/westburycrier.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=d2VzdGJ1cnljcmllci5jb218Y2l2aWNjbHVifGd4OjEzN2QxMWRkYTllYzM2NGI
Immediate need for VIPS (see page 8). It’s easy, sign up online and then go to the school with your TDL to finish registering.
Tell HISD that You Want Westbury High School to Become a School of Choice and that You support Campus Expansion
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The HISD Board of Trustees, during closed session next week on November 13, will be discussing the bond scope for Westbury High School - specifically the fate of a campus expansion for WHS that HISD has already begun and had promised to continue as part of the 2012 Bond Program (land acquisition). The fate of the WHS campus expansion is at serious risk.
1. An online petition has been prepared to show support for WHS to become a School of Choice and to support Campus Expansion. We hope that you will sign it as an endorsement of support AND also help us spread the petition link as fast as possible. Here is the link to the petition: http://goo.gl/UX7nyo
Westbury, what do YOU think? https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/westbury2014 The Westbury Civic Club annual meeting will be held September 17, 2014 and we'd like to hear what you think about Metro, garbage fees, the civic club and plans for new development. It's just 16 questions with a comment section for number 17!
Happy New Year! The January Crier is being delivered and the website version is posted. After the December holiday interlude, meetings are back on the calendar. The fund raising for the community garden property is in full swing and we thank all who have donated bringing our total to over $40,000 raised.
We hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving! December 3rd is Giving Tuesday and we have partnered with Network for Good to fundraise to Save the 7 acre Westbury Community Garden.
We want to raise at least $50,000 by December 31 to help us buy our leased 7-acre Westbury Community Garden site. If we don’t buy the land, then it will be paved over by the owner for an apartment complex.
Our goal is to rescue this award-winning garden to keep it public and green. We ask for your help. We need money AND we need to spread the word about our effort. Total cost of the land is more than $500,000.
The December Crier will be delivered on the 7th and the online version will be available December 3, 2013.
Please donate today. Donations are tax-deductible.
The November Crier will be delivered this weekend by the Westbury High School Baseball team and Booster club parents and coaches. Here is a link to the website version: https://docs.google.com/a/westburycrier.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=d2VzdGJ1cnljcmllci5jb218Y2l2aWNjbHVifGd4OjJhMzI1MWQzOWZiODIxYmY
Happening this month: November 5th Election day
November 7th Westbury Meet & Eat 6 PM Teotihuacan
November 9th Westbury Park Grand OPening & Community celebration 11 to 2
November 17th WIllow Waterhole Music in the Park
November 20th WCC and WAIC board meetings
November 28 Happy Thanksgiving!
IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN!
Westbury White Elephant Community Garage Sale
WHEN: Saturday, October 26, 8AM - Noon
WHERE: Westbury United Methodist Parking Lot (5200 Willowbend)
PARKING: St. John’s Presbyterian (5020 W. Bellfort) Handicapped parking available at the event
Come out and shop over 50 “garage” sales in one location at the Fall Westbury White Elephant Sale! There are always super deals and steals to be had. The Westbury Civic Club provides its residents with two community garage sale events per year since garage sales, estate sales, and yard sales are NOT allowed at residences. Free trees will be available for residents and shoppers!
We have 5 varieties of oaks, river birches, sycamores, sweet gums and persimmons; thanks to Trees for Houston!
We just posted the October Crier, https://docs.google.com/a/westburycrier.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=d2VzdGJ1cnljcmllci5jb218Y2l2aWNjbHVifGd4OjNmZmU5OWQwNzM5YjNhNjc. Here are some upcoming events:
October 5th- Music in the Park @6:30PM at the Willow Waterhole
October 10th – Heavy trash for all of Westbury
October 15th – Mayoral debate hosted by our SuperNeighborhood and others
October 19th – Willow Waterhole Halloween Movie night 8-9:30PM
October 26th- White Elephant Sale and Trick or Tree (free tree giveaway)
October 21st- Early voting begins!