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2021 Volunteer opportunities

posted May 13, 2021, 11:00 AM by Westbury Civic Club President   [ updated May 13, 2021, 11:09 AM ]

Westbury Volunteer Opportunities
For over 60 years, Westbury residents have volunteered to help make our community great, from the WCC board members to individual homeowners who sweep their streets, any kind of help keeps Westbury a desirable neighborhood. There are several
opportunities to get involved in the month of May and beyond.
WOW Workday—Litter Pick-up at Willow Waterhole
Sunday, May 16, 2-4PM
Perfect for the entire family. For more information, see page 6 or 17.
Library Action Committee—First Meeting
Monday, May 17, 6-7PM
This first meeting will be an overview of the Library Action Committee, current status
of new library, and update on the library naming process. Zoom Meeting—if you are
interested in attending this meeting, email Jennifer at westburycc@sbcglobal.net
“Keeper of the Butterfly Garden”—Westbury Park
Volunteer to become the keeper of the butterfly garden. The WCC will provide
guidance. The Butterfly Garden Keeper will need to check on the garden, weed and
water. If you are interested in this position, please email westburycc@sbcglobal.net
Join the NEW Westbury Green Team
Join this new, fun group of volunteers who will work throughout Westbury on
“Green” projects and monitor our 7 miles of esplanades and 3 city parks. Volunteer
opportunities can vary from planning, to hard labor and more. To join the Green
Team, email westburygreen@gmail.com.
Join the Westbury Civic Club Board
The following positions are vacant and open to eligible Westbury property owners. Volunteer
Coordinator, Westbury 1 Section Director, and Westbury 4 Section Director. If you
are interested, please e-mail Cindy Chapman, wccpresident@westburycrier.com.

Keep Westbury Beautiful Day on Saturday May 4, 2019

posted May 1, 2019, 9:09 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

This is the SECOND workday for 2019 to KEEP WESTBURY BEAUTIFUL.  Last month we worked in Westbury Park.  This month we will work on HAGER PARK. Now is your chance to help make Westbury shine. This is a great way to meet neighbors, introduce your kids to volunteer work, and enjoy the great outdoors. Sign in from 8 to 9 AM at Hager Park (next to Anderson Elementary) in the heart of Westbury and start working after you get your assignment. We will meet on the south side of the park, along Effingham. Tools will be provided, but bring your own gloves if you have them. We will be collecting litter, trimming trees, and mulching. See you there.

Keep District K Beautiful Workday in Westbury April 6 8am till noon

posted Apr 3, 2013, 4:31 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

2 locations!!

Willow Waterhole Volunteer Event
Sign-in at The Gathering Place, 5310 South Willow. Tools and refreshments will be provided. Volunteer work opportunities will include planting 50 trees, creating mulch islands to protect recently planted trees, picking up litter, cleaning trails, and getting the area sparkling for the April 28th JazzFest event.

Westbury Community Garden Volunteer Event
Sign-in at the Garden Pavilion at 12501 Dunlap. Tools and refreshments will be provided. Volunteers and gardeners will work together to improve the common areas of the garden by weeding, mulching, and collecting litter.

Save the date

posted Aug 27, 2012, 8:58 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Family Tree Planting Day

 

Saturday, November 10, from 8 AM to 12 noon

 

Come out to plant a tree or two or three for the future.  We have designated areas on Westbury esplanades that need trees.  As you drive around you will see empty spots.  We invite all Westbury residents to register for this event.  We will assign you a place to plant, mulch and stake the trees.  We hope to record and photograph families and/or individuals who plant each tree so that they will have a record of their participation. 

Tree Planting Supervisors needed on Feb. 25

posted Feb 15, 2012, 8:33 PM by Westbury Civic Club Director of Communications   [ updated Feb 16, 2012, 7:28 PM ]

**DATE CHANGED TO FEB 25TH!!**  On Saturday,February 25th we need volunteers to supervise young adult's who are working off their punishment by doing community service. They will be removing dead trees and planting new ones. Meet at Hillcroft and Bankside at 9am to help with the activities.

Volunteer at the Fall White Elephant Sale

posted Oct 17, 2011, 8:42 PM by Westbury Civic Club Director of Communications   [ updated Aug 27, 2012, 8:59 PM by Westbury Civic Club President ]

Our fall White Elephant Sale is quickly approaching: October 27,2012. We need lots of volunteers. Please sign up for one shift or more.
First shift  5am-8am: Set up from 5-6 and check in from 6-7. The sale opens at 8am.
Second shift 8am-11am: Work entrances and assist shoppers
Closing shift 11am to 1pm: Sale closes at noon so this is getting everyone moving out
Contact Becky Edmondson to volunteer, wccpresident@westburycrier.com

5th Annual Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Planting

posted Sep 23, 2011, 6:48 PM by Westbury Civic Club Director of Communications

Volunteers are needed to plant 22 acres of parkland and esplanades in wildflowers!
 
Individuals, groups, and families are more than welcomed to attend.
 
The work is easy! No digging is required as all seeds will be hand sown. Seeds and planting instructions will be provided onsite. Please dress for the outdoors and wear closed-toed shoes.
 
Registration is REQUIRED
(Please register at oneika.mccarthy@houstontx.gov)
 
Event Date: Saturday, October 8, 2011
Event Time: 8:30 am to 10:30am (please be on time)

 
EVENT SITES
West Orem Esplanades (50-100 volunteers)
Volunteer Registration & Parking Site: The Crossing Church Community Church located at 3225 W Orem Drive, Houston, TX 77045
 
Mason Park
Volunteer Registration & Parking Site: 541 S. 75TH @ Tipps, Houston,Texas 77023
 
Sylvan Rodriguez Park
Volunteer Registration & Parking Site: 1201 Clear Lake City Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77062
 
Highway 90/Herman Brown Park
Volunteer Registration & Parking Site: 400 Mercury Drive (parking will be located in the lot on the corner of Mercury and Oates Road)

Yard of the Month Judges

posted Sep 11, 2011, 2:36 PM by Westbury Civic Club Director of Communications

Westbury needs volunteers to judge yard of the month. Help us acknowledge our neighbors who have created and maintain beautiful landscapes in their front yards. Call the WCC Office for more information, 713-723-5437.

Trash Cleanup at the Willow Waterhole

posted Jun 16, 2011, 3:44 PM by Westbury Civic Club Director of Communications

The water level is so low in the basins that it is the perfect time to do a trash cleanup! Join us Saturday June 18th from 8 to 10 am...or Tuesday, June 21st from 6 to 8 pm. Meet at the South Clematis Circle off of Gasmer. Bring water and wear shoes!

We are greening up Westbury with more trees

posted Apr 3, 2011, 8:33 PM by Westbury Civic Club Director of Communications   [ updated Apr 3, 2011, 8:45 PM ]

If you have a few hours to spare on April 8th or 9th, we could use your help planting a few more trees around the community garden. On April 8th at 9am, we need help loading and unloading the trees into and out of the truck. On Saturday, April 9th, youth probationers, who are working off disciplinary actions from their schools, will be planting trees. We need volunteers from 9am-11:30am to show them how to plant the trees. Please contact Hazel Potvin at wccmaintenance@westburycrier.com for more information.

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