Westlake Forest June 2019

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WESTLAKE & WESTLAKE FOREST HELPFUL NUMBERS

MANAGEMENT COMPANY

PCMI - Grand Parkway West 281-870-0585

2002 W. Grand Parkway N., Ste. 100, Katy, TX 77449

(PCMI • P.O. Box 219223, Houston, TX 77218)

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WCIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

WESTLAKE FOREST DIRECTORS

Annette Baldwin, President 281-578-9118

Robin Stitofsky, Vice Presient 281-787-4817

Tina Kent, Secretary/ Treasurer 832-248-1037

Kim Gugel, Dirctor 713-589-2898

Edmond Stachowski, Director 281-578-3318

David Bryant, WF at Large Position 281-578-8376

WESTLAKE DIRECTORS

SHERIFF’S OFFICE LAW ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR

Annette Baldwin 281-578-9118

SECURITY

Sheriff (Non-Emergency) 713-221-6000

Fire Dept (Information) 281-492-0560

Precinct 3 Commissioner Radack 281-463-6300

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Best Trash 281-313-2378

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IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Harris County Public Health & Evir. 713-439-6000

Poison Control 800-764-7661

Animal Control 281-999-3191

Katy Christian Ministries Hotline

281-391-HELP

Post Office - Bear Creek 281-550-4413

Post Office - Park Row 281-829-5062

Harris County Mosquito Control 713-440-4800

Centerpoint Energy (Street Light Repair) 281-391-5104

Centerpoint Energy (Power Outages) 713-207-2222

Comcast 713-341-1000

Seniro Citizen Info. 713-529-9991

SPCA Houston 713-869-7722

SPCA 24 Emergency Animal Rescue 713-780-4357

HOSPITALS

Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital 281-644-7000

Houston Methodist West Hospital 832-522-1000

Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus 832-227-1000

SCHOOLS

Mayde Creek Elementary School 281-237-3950

Stephens Elementary School 281-234-0200

Mayde Creek Junior High School 281-237-3900

Mayde Creek High School 281-237-3000

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Westlake/Westlake Forest News

June WCIA Board Meeting

The Board of Directors of the Westlake Community Improvement

Association will meet with homeowners on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 7

PM at the Community Center located at 2502 Creek Meadow, the corner

of Franz & Creek Meadow. We encourage our neighbors to attend our

monthly meetings and listen to the items, which the Board is considering.

Following the Board session, the meeting is opened for Homeowners

Forum where each homeowner can participate in the discussion of the

items presented by the Board as well as other items, issues, ideas, etc.

that homeowners might have. We are pleased to see more homeowners

attending meetings and diverse and interesting ideas being presented

for discussion.

The WCIA Board will meet in executive session on Monday, June 17, 2019

at 6:30 PM. If you would like the opportunity to privately meet with the

Board, please call one of the Board members (listed in this newsletter)

to make an appointment. The Board will be considering matters of

collections, deed restrictions, contracts and other issues during the

executive session. If you are having a financial problem or are unable to

maintain your home due to health issues, please make an appointment

and meet with the Board so that we can work through and resolve these

issues together.

Park, Playground & Pools

CLOSED AT 10 PM DAILY

The parks, playground, pools, Mayde Creek pedestrian bike trails and

greenbelt are closed at 10 PM daily. You will be cited for trespassing,

whether you are a member or not, if you violate the closing times.

Teenagers, especially, like to hang out after 10 PM. They need to find

another place for their activities beyond the bayou trail and our parks,

playgrounds and common areas.

Both the playground in Westlake Forest and in Westlake now have an

automatically locking mechanism on the gate which locks at dusk.

Clean Up Lawn Clippings;

Don’t Dump in Storm Sewers,

Remember Harvey’s Wrath

In order to keep a positive appearance in our neighborhood, all residents

(homeowners and renters alike) need to mow weekly and edge at least

twice a month throughout the growing season. If you are a self-mulcher,

you will only need to sweep your sidewalks of the grass clippings. If not,

you will need to rake or dump your lawn mower bag into a garbage bag

or use it as mulching material. Do not just sweep or blow your clippings

into the street as these will wash into our storm sewers. The fine for this is

very high. The lawn clippings cause the storm sewer to clog up and back

up into the street, the driveways and homes. We are in the flood zone

in this area, so an ounce of prevention is worth a 1,000 of cure. Please

report anyone dumping storm clippings to info.westlake@gmail.com

and a report will be immediately filed with the proper jurisdiction. Inform

your neighbors that they are violating the law by dumping clippings,

many people do not read the newsletter or even know that they live in

a flood zone.

Keep all gardens well mulched as this reduces the need for water. Lawns

need water during the summer months or they will weaken and become

subject to various varmints and diseases. Watering at least twice a week

usually helps. If we have measurable rainfall twice a week, watering

won’t be necessary. Be sure and clip all dead or dying branches, limbs

and shoots from trees, bushes and plants. Keep your gardens in tip top

shape.

Finally, it is a good idea to edge and mow either early in the morning or

late in the evening. The mid-day hours are very hot and those not used

to working outside on a daily basis can become ill from the heat. At the

first sign of heatstroke, call 9-1-1. Stay hydrated with water while you are

working in the heat. Wear light weight, loose clothing.

Summer Pool Activities

& Swimming Hours

OPENED IN LATE MAY

Both of our swimming pools have been completely revamped, refreshed

and repaired for the use of our members in both subdivisions. Both pools

are in excellent condition and each offers a safe, clean and pleasant

environment for swimming for all ages. New pumps and filters have

been installed at both swimming pools. If you haven’t already done so,

we encourage you to get pool tags (these were free on Splash Day and

can be mailed to you got s nominal fee), so that you can enjoy the pools.

You don’t have to be a swimmer to enjoy relaxing with a book under one

of the pergolas. The baby pool at the Westlake Forest pool is covered

by a pergola in order to protect young children and their parents from

harmful UV rays. The Westlake pool’s pergola has been extended the

length of the pool to give you more opportunities to stop the harmful UV

rays from burning your skin.

Lovely lounges were completely redone a few years ago, are refreshed

every year. These offer comfort to those who simply want to enjoy the

fresh air, sunshine and lovely atmosphere.

The Pools in both subdivisions are officially open. Hours of swimming

are: Westlake Forest 9 AM-3 PM, Westlake 3-9 PM. The Westlake pool is

closed on Mondays for cleaning and any repairs and the Westlake Forest

pool is closed on Tuesday.

Be sure to read the swimming pool rules signs that are on the walls of the

pool houses in both subdivisions. Failure to follow the rules will result in

suspension of swimming privilege.

If you would like to plan a private party, please contact David Bryant

at 281-578-8376 for availability and lifeguard costs. There is no charge

for WCIA members to use the pool, but you must pay for the lifeguards

during your party.

Happy Swimming!

Pool Tags Available Via US Mail

If you would like to have pool tags for your family, send an email to Melissa

Klak at Inframark, 2002 Grand Parkway North #100, Katy, TX 77449.

Get your swim tags now! Dues must be current in order to receive swim

tags. One guest per tagged swimmer is the limit. The pool rules are

posted and there are specific requirements for children who cannot

demonstrate proficient swimming skills.

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Lost Pets In

The Neighborhoods

If you find a dog or cat that is obviously someone’s pet, check for ID on

the animal and take it to a vet to check for a micro-chip. If no identity

is available, take a picture and send to Pawboost for quick publication

in this area. The NextDoor community also will accept lost & found pets

with the hope of reuniting pets and their owners.

File Vacation Watch Forms

With Sheriff’s Office

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office offers a vacation watch program.

Before going on vacation complete a vacation watch form and fax it

to the District IV substation at 281-463-8246. Include an emergency

contact number and any information that the deputy should know when

checking your house. Our marked unit, district units and our unmarked

deputy units will check your home throughout the day, evening and

night for any unusual activity. The vacation watch gives residents the

opportunity to gain extra security for their home while they are away on

vacation.

Graffiti Must Be Removed

If you see graffiti of any kind on fences, houses, playground equipment,

signs, monuments, vehicles, etc., please call Annette Baldwin to report

the incident. The subdivision will then call our graffiti removal vendor

who will address the problem expeditiously. We do not want graffiti left in

our neighborhoods for any period of time. These are our neighborhoods,

our homes, our tax dollars and our homeowner’s dues. Those who deface

property pay nothing for the infrastructure and are demonstrating

disrespect for all who would have a clean, peaceful neighborhood.

Report these crimes immediately.

Placing graffiti on property has been upgraded under the Texas penal

code. If damage is up to $500, this is a Class B Misdemeanor, if the graffiti

damage is at least $500 and less than $1,500, the charge is upgraded to

a Class A Misdemeanor, if the damage is $1,500 to $20,000, the crime

becomes a state jail felony.

The fines are stiff for all graffiti charges. Jail time is often part of the

penalty on the Class A and B misdemeanors. State jail felonies and higher

value graffiti charges result in prison time and restitution.

Safety & Security

For the Summer

While the obvious is sometimes not so obvious to people who have

moved to the Houston area from other parts of the country, certain

procedures must be followed in order to lower your chances of becoming

a victim of crime.

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Lock the doors to your home - even when you are at home. This means

the front, back and house door to the garage. Do not leave exterior

garage doors standing open. Lock car doors and trunks when these are

parked on the street or in your driveway. Install motion detector lights on

both the front and back of your house. These are reasonably priced and

fairly easy to mount.

Some families have chosen alarm companies, others have installed

security cameras which sweep their property front and back, record all

activity on a hard disk and can be accessed in real-time on the web from

a remote location. These systems are a bit pricey, between $1,200 and

$2,000. However, the investment is a good one.

Be aware of your surroundings whether you are at home, shopping

or going to work. Be extra cautious in parking lots. Always be “in the

moment” when you are not inside your home and secure.

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Have a happy and safe summer. Drive carefully. Our children will be

playing and darting into the streets from time to time. Take extra

precautions when backing out of your driveway to make sure that no

child is behind your vehicle.

Email List For Westlake & Westlake

Forest Offers Information

If you would like to receive quick information about events in our

area including crime, notification about emergencies, reported crime

patterns, etc., you are invited to join our email list. To have your name

added to the list, send an email from the address that you normally

open regularly to info.westlake@gmail.com. Include your name, address

and telephone number in case of emergency. You are also invited to go

the website at www.westlakecia.org and register for email of notices

regarding meetings and special projects in both subdivisions. While at

the website, please look at some of the information we are including that

is timely in nature.

OFFICE SUITE FOR LEASE

in Copperfield area

Includes 5-6 individual office spaces,

kitchen, supply room, reception area, storage closet, bathrooms.

StreetLights Out?

Please report outages of streetlights to Centerpoint Energy. Get the pole

number as well as the nearest street address and call 713–207-2222 or go

to their website and complete an on-line form. It is very important that

non-working lights are reported for the safety of our each of us. Call it in,

call it in.

DEED RESTRICTION COPY

Homeowners and renters can get a copy of the deed restrictions for both

Westlake and Westlake Forest on our website: www.westlakecia.org.

Please note that these two subdivisions have separate deed restrictions.

You may also call PCMI or send them an email to have a copy mailed to

you. Information on PCMI is on the inside of the back page of the monthly

newsletter and on our website.

TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS

If you are between 12 and 18 and would like to be added to the

teenage job seeker’s list, please fill out the form on our website (www.

krenekprinting.com, click submissions and choose Jobseekers) with

your name, birthdate (mo. & yr.), phone number, year you will graduate

and the name of your newsletter/subdivision. Check the list of jobs you

want on your form. Please make sure your email is correct, we send

emails in the summer to make sure all the info is still good and that you

want to stay on the list. If we do not hear back from you after 3 tries, we

will remove you from the list until we do. Must have parent(s) permission.

DISCLAIMER

Neither the subdivision, nor Krenek Printing is responsible for those listed

on the Teenage Job Seeker List. Please ask for and check out references

if you do not personally know those listed. This is just a list of teenagers

from the subdivision who wish to find part time jobs. Responsibility for

any work done by these teenagers is between those seeking helpers and

the teens and their parents.

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School News

WWW.KATYISD.ORG

KISD Summer Band Camp to be Held

at Morton Ranch High School

The seventeenth annual summer band camp, offered to next year’s 7 th ,

8 th and 9 th grade KISD band students, will be held at Morton Ranch High

School July 15 th -19 th . The camp will include daily section rehearsals, full

band rehearsals and fun music based electives. Lunch is also part of the

camp. The cost of the camp is $130 and will include a t-shirt if registered

by June 5 th . All registrations after that date will need to include a late

registration fee of $25 totaling $155. Any registration request after June

28 th must be sent via email and if approved, payment MUST BE either

cash, money order or cashier’s check.

The camp concludes with the Grand Finale Concert on Friday morning

at 9 AM. After the concert, those students wishing to extend the fun a

little longer can join in the group’s optional trip to Typhoon Texas for an

additional $35 (park admission, meal, bus transportation and drinks are

included in price) for a total camp cost of $165 ($190 after June 5 th ). The

KISD JH Summer Band Camp has been a huge success each year and we

anticipate a large enrollment again this year.

Camp participants will audition for summer band camp placement as

soon as they arrive for the first day of camp. Students should prepare

major scales specific to the student’s instrument and an audition

etude, which can be downloaded from the webpage. Students will be

ability grouped with the number of bands being determined by total

enrollment for the camp. Registration Form, Audition materials and

Travel/Emergency Treatment Consent Form can be downloaded by

campers from the Katy ISD Fine Arts Webpage www.katyisd.org/dept/

finearts. An email confirmation is sent out upon receipt of registration

and follow up reminders from the camp coordinator will be sent before

the camp begins, so make sure your email address is clearly printed on

the registration form.

The camp provides an economical and convenient alternative to those

who may not have had a chance to attend another band camp over

the summer due to scheduling and/or costs. Participants will receive

top quality instruction on their instruments from our own great KISD

and Houston area Band Directors. Join us for the seventeenth annual

Katy ISD Junior High Summer Band Camp and keep your playing skills

sharp for the year! Camp brochures, with the registration form, will be

distributed to KISD band students by their schools’ directors. Camp

brochures can also be downloaded from the Katy ISD Fine Arts webpage.

Plan to register early in order to guarantee a spot! Again, registrations

requests made after June 28 th will need to follow special instructions

outlined earlier. If you have already registered and have not received

your confirmation email, contact kisdbandcamp2019@gmail.com to

make sure your registration has been received.

Board of Trustees Names

Deputy Superintendent for Katy ISD

During the Katy Independent School District April Board meeting this

evening, Board of Trustees voted 7-0 to name Leslie Haack as the new

Deputy Superintendent for the District. Ms. Haack returns to Katy ISD, where

she began her educational career back in 1998 at Taylor High School as a

teacher and assistant coach. The following year, she transferred to Cinco

Ranch High School where she taught and coached for two years prior to

being named Assistant Principal in 2001. Ms. Haack held that position

until she was promoted to Associate Principal in 2004. Four years later, in

2008, she was named principal at Sealy High School in Sealy Independent

School District and served in that capacity for one year prior to transferring

to the same position at George Ranch High School in Lamar Consolidated

Independent School District. While serving in Lamar CISD, she was named

Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education and three years later, she

was promoted to Deputy Superintendent for Support Services. As Deputy

Superintendent, Ms. Haack will oversee School Leadership and Support

Services, Operations and Athletics. Ms. Haack is a graduate of the University

of Kansas and she earned a master’s degree from Prairie View A&M University.

Thirteen Katy ISD Students Earn

Highest Possible ACT Score

Katy Independent School District is celebrating a rare feat: 13 of its high

school students recently found out that they obtained a perfect score, a 36,

on the ACT exam. Not only is this a major achievement for the district but it’s

a rare one as well, considering that less than .1 percent of all test takers earn

the top score. Only 3,741 out of the nearly 2.1 million students who took the

ACT earned a composite score of 36. In a letter to these students ACT Chief

Executive Officer Marten Roorda congratulated them for their outstanding

performance and stated, “Your exceptional scores will provide any college or

university with ample evidence of your readiness for the academic rigors that

lie ahead.” The following Katy ISD students earned a perfect score on the ACT:

Katy High School:

• Jacob Severin

Tompkins High School

• Jianuo Wang

• Ridwana Islam

• Kalyyanee Nanaaware

• Rishi Tummala

• Elysia Wu

• Kristi Zhang

Cinco Ranch High School

• Justin Zhang

Seven Lakes High School

• Sean Heffernan

• Waiz Khan

Taylor High School:

• Patrick White

• Richard Zhu

• Emma Dyson

The ACT consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading and science,

each scored on a scale of 1-36. ACT scores are accepted by all major

United States four-year colleges and universities.

Katy ISD Named “2019 Best

Communities for Music Education”

Seventeen out of 20 years, Katy Independent School District has received

the “Best Communities for Music Education” designation from the

National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation for its

outstanding commitment to music education. The District has received

this recognition for 15 consecutive years. The Best Communities for

Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate

outstanding efforts by school communities in supporting music

education as part of the school district’s core curriculum. This year NAMM

Foundation recognized 623 school districts and 98 individual schools.

To qualify for the Best Communities designation, Katy ISD answered

detailed questions about funding, graduation requirements, music class

participation, instruction time, facilities, support for the music program

and community music-making programs. Responses were verified with

school officials and reviewed by The Music Research Institute at the

University of Kansas.

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SUMMER EXCITEMENT FOR THE KATY AREA

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Field Trips, Water Play, Cooking,

Arts & Crafts, Karoke, Magician, and

many more Activities all Summer long.

Katy Area

Retired Educators (K.A.R.E.)

April was a busy month for the Katy Area Retired Educators (K.A.R.E.).

During the week of April 1 st -5 th , K.A.R.E. members travelled to Austin to

attend the Texas Retired Teachers Association (TRTA) convention and

were recognized during the Texas Retired Week at the State Capital.

On April 10 th , K.A.R.E. held their monthly meeting and presented

scholarships to graduating Katy ISD Seniors, who are entering college in

the fall as an Education major and planning to become a public school

teacher. Many of them have hopes of returning to Katy ISD to teach. Our

Keynote speaker was Kourtney Waggoner, K.A.R.E.’s very first Scholarship

recipient. Only one scholarship was given the first year they were given

out and this year we were able to give eight scholarships with each

recipient receiving $1,200 due to the efforts of KARE.

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D-Day, the Battle of Normandy

(75th Anniversary)

The Battle of Normandy was fought during World War II in the summer of

1944, between the Allied nations and German forces occupying Western

Europe. More than 60 years later, the Normandy Invasion or D-Day,

remains the largest seaborne invasion in history, involving nearly three

million troops crossing the English Channel from England to Normandy

in occupied France.

Twelve Allied nations provided fighting units that participated in the

invasion, including Australia, Canada, Belgium, France, Czechoslovakia,

Greece, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United

Kingdom and the United States.

Operation Overload was codename for the Allied invasion of northwest

Europe. The assault phase or the establishment of a secure foothold,

was known as Operation Neptune. Operation Neptune began on D-Day

(June 6, 1944) and ended on June 30 th , when the Allies had established a

firm foothold in Normandy. Operation Overlord also began on D-Day and

continued until Allied forces crossed the River Seine on August 19, 1944.

The battle began months before the invasion, when Allied bombers

began to pound the Normandy coast and farther south, to destroy

transportation links and disrupt the German army’s build-up of their

military strength. More than 300 planes dropped 13,000 bombs over

Normandy in advance of the invasion. Six parachute regiments, with

more than 13,000 men, also went ahead to cut railroad lines, blow up

bridges and seize landing fields. Gliders also brought in men, light

artillery, jeeps and small tanks.

There has been some confusion regarding the meaning of the “D” in

D-Day. The most likely explanation is offered by the U.S. Army in their

published manuals. The Army began to use the codes “H-hour” and

“D-Day” during World War I, to indicate the time or date of an operation’s

beginning. So the “D” may simply refer to the “day” of invasion.

With the invasion of Normandy, General Dwight D. Eisenhower faced a

task of magnitude and hazards never before attempted. He would have

to move his forces 100 miles across the English Channel and storm a

heavily fortified coastline. His enemy was the weapon-and-tank-superior

German army commanded by Erwin Rommel, one of the most brilliant

generals of the war. Less than 15 percent of the Allied forces coming

aboard the ships had ever seen combat.

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An invading army had not crossed the unpredictable and dangerous

English Channel since 1688. Once the massive Allied force set out, there

was no turning back. The Allies boasted a 5,000-vessel armada that

stretched as far as the eye could see, transporting both men and vehicles

across the channel to the French beaches. In addition, the Allies had

4,000 smaller landing craft and more than 11,000 aircraft.

By nightfall on June 6, 1944 more than 9,000 Allied soldiers were dead

or wounded, but more than 100,000 had made it ashore and secured

French coastal villages. Within weeks, supplies were being unloaded at

Utah and Omaha beachheads at the rate of more than 20,000 tons per

day. By June 11 th , more than 326,000 troops, 55,000 vehicles and 105,000

tons of supplies had been landed on the beaches. By June 30, 1944 the

Allies had established a firm foothold in Normandy. Allied forces crossed

the River Seine on August 19, 1944.

Military intelligence was an important part of the Normandy invasion.

British and American cryptographers working in London deciphered

coded messages that the German believed to be unbreakable. Messages

could quite often be delivered to Eisenhower within two and a half hours

of the time the Germans had sent it. In addition, reconnaissance teams

took infrared pictures of Omaha Beach while avoiding German patrols.

There is no official casualty figure for D-Day. It is estimated that more

than 425,000 Allied and German troops were killed, wounded or went

missing during the battle. That figure includes more than 209,000

Allied casualties. In addition to roughly 200,000 German troops killed or

wounded, the Allies also captured 200,000 soldiers. Captured Germans

were sent to American prisoner-of-war camps at the rate of 30,000 per

month, from D-Day until Christmas 1944. Between 15,000 and 20,000

French civilians were killed during the battle.

In the end, the invasion of Normandy succeeded in its objective by sheer

force of numbers. By July 1944, some one million Allied troops, mostly

American, British and Canadian, were entrenched in Normandy. During

the great invasion, the Allies assembled nearly three million men and

stored 16 million tons of arms, munitions and supplies in Britain.

The occupation of Normandy was crucial for the Western Allies to bring

the war to the western border of Germany. If the Normandy invasion had

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when life changes, seems unfair, sad, scary or good. Gospel Publishing

House entitled this year’s program “ROAR,” which has a background

theme of the Serengeti. Children at “ROAR” will join a missions project

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who are at least 16 years of age and meet the program’s minimum requirements.

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crafts, life skills, games and much more. Cost is $35 per day and participant

must be a current member of The Arc of Katy to participate. Participants will

bring a snack and lunch most days and receive an Arc of Katy t-shirt. For more

info. and forms, call 832-754-9802 or please visit www.thearcofkaty.org.

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5-10. Hours are from 9 AM until 2:30 PM at Living Word’s church facilities

at 3700 S. Mason Road, Katy. Camp Jam focuses on immersing young

children in music, dance and art and to inspire them to continue in music

as they grow. The classes are taught by both music professionals and

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Houston Area Road Trips

2019 African Violet Convention and Show - May 31-June 1, 2019, 9

AM-4 PM. Houston Marriott Westchase, 2900 Briarpark Drive, Houston,

TX 77042. Admission: $5. This is the national show of the national

African violet society (www.AVSA.org). The show includes African

violets and other members of the Gesneriad plant family.

Opry on the Square - June 14, 2019, 7:30-9:30 PM. Sugar Land Town

Square, 2711 Plaza Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77479. Admission: Free. Come

out to enjoy Country Now and Then, featuring country favorites that

will appeal to all generations of country music fans!

Father’s Day Frontier Survival Class - June 15, 2019, 10 AM-5 PM.

George Ranch Historical Park, 10215 FM 762 Road, Richmond, TX

77469. Admission: $15 Ages 13-64, $12 Age 65+, $10 Age 4-12, Free - Age

3 & under and FBHA Members. Help Dad discover his inner pioneer

with a special Father’s Day Frontier Survival Class! Learn the necessary

skills for living on the Texas prairie and help fire off the cannon. Also,

classes for Introduction to the Art of Blacksmithing. These 90-minute

workshops cost $30 per person and are a great introduction into this

historic art! Call 281-343-0218 for information on exact times and

availability.

Father’s Day Brunch 2019 - June 16, 2019, 10 AM-3 PM. Buffalo

Soldiers National Museum, 3816 Caroline St., Houston, TX 77004.

Admission: $60 Per Person / $30 Children 10 & Under. Celebrate

Father’s Day at Houston’s Largest Father’s Day Brunch! Great food, Live

Jazz, DJ, Museum Tours, Cigar Bar, Cash Bar, Exotic Cars, Motorcycle

Showcase, Health & Wellness Vendors and much more! Two seatings

available.

Juneteenth at the Ranch - June 19, 2019, 9 AM-5 PM. George Ranch

Historical Park, 10215 FM 762 Road, Richmond, TX 77469. Admission:

$15 Ages 13-64, $12 Age 65+, $10 Age 4-12, Free - Age 3 & under and

FBHA Members. Join us as we kick off the celebration for this historic

event and feature the enduring African American contribution to the

George Family Legacy. Please call 281-343-0218 to make reservations

for the historic meal.

Texas Outlaw Challenge - June 19-23, 2019. Endeavour Marina, 3101

Nasa Road 1, Seabrook, TX 77586. This annual event is in its 12 th year

and features a car show, time trials and a charity poker run.

Pride Houston - June 22, 2019. 901 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002.

Come out, all space geeks and hippie freaks. Come join us when we fill

the streets! The next Pride Celebration marks 50 years since Stonewall

and we’re gearing up for an event that promises to honor that occasion,

and celebrate ourselves, equality and LOVE!

Fascination Street Flea-Art & Vintage Market - 2 nd Sunday each

month through September, 12-6 PM. Avantgarden, 411 Westheimer,

12

Houston, TX 77006. Free Admission. Includes some of the best local

artists, artisan makers, vintage vendors, plus food and drink that

Houston has to offer!

Boot Camp in the Plaza - Fridays, 9-10 AM. Sugar Land Town Square,

2711 Plaza Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77479. Free Admission. Stay fit with

our free weekly Boot Camp class with Cida Fitness.

Chimney Rock Market - 1 st Sunday of the month, 12-4 PM, Chimney

Rock Plaza, 3300 Chimney Rock, Houston, TX 77056. Admission is

free. Please join us for our Art and Farmers Market! Our vendors will

be selling mouth-watering eats and artisan gifts the whole family

can enjoy. As always, four-legged friends are welcome. There will be

plenty of treats for them too! When you’re done shopping, stop in Sean

Anthony Salons to browse the beautiful art gallery brought to you by

Creative Energy. Stay for the Art Reception from 2-4 PM and meet the

Artists! Refreshments will be served. Also, enter for your chance to win

a cut and color or brazillian blowout.

Living History Saturday - 3 rd Saturday of the month, 10 AM-4 PM.

Washington On The Brazos State Historic Site, 23400 Park Road 12,

Washington, TX 77880. Admission: Regular admission fees apply.

Travel back in time to where a nation was born in 1836. Staff and

volunteers dressed in period clothing bring to life the people and

events of Old Washington providing a unique opportunity to discover

various aspects of life surrounding the birth of the Republic of Texas.

Activities will vary and some are weather dependent. Contact Adam at

936-878-2214 ext. 228.

Comedy Night at HPL - Monthly on the 3 rd Thursday, 6-8 PM. Houston

Public Library, 500 Mckinney Avenue, Houston, TX 77002. Admission

is free. The Houston Public Library offers “Open Mic” comedy night

where local and non local comedians, comediennes, ventriloquists

and impressionists of ALL ages present family comedy to the audience.

Improv Performers from Station Theater closes out the night with

games that involve the audience. Everyone who participates in at least

one open mic throughout the year become eligible to participate in the

Annual Comedy competition which is held in December. Prizes in the

amounts of $100 and $75 gift cards are given to the 4 winners. Two

adult and two youth.

Caffeine and Chrome - Recurring monthly on the last Saturday

of the month, 9 AM-12 Noon, Gateway Classic Cars Of Houston, 1910

Cypress Station Drive, Suite 200, Houston, TX 77090. Admission is free

to spectators. Presented by Grundy Insurance! So far we have had some

amazing turnouts, but we want to continue to grow! Enjoy delicious

donuts, coffee and all of our sweet rides! No cruiser? No sweat bring

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Community Groups

SUPPORT/ HELP GROUPS

• KATY CHRISTIAN WOMEN’S CONNECTION - KCWC is a ministry for

women which provides Bible Studies, Prayer Connections and fellowship

luncheons. Prayer coffees are held on the second Thursday of each

month. For more info, or to RSVP for the luncheons please email Nancy

at katycwc@gmail.com or call 281-232-8338.

• KATY CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES - Help to Survivors of Sexual Assault. The

24-hour Crisis Hotline number is 281-693- RAPE (7273). NON-EMERGENCY

281-391-5262.

• THE COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS (TCF) HOUSTON WEST CHAPTER -

meetings are held in the John Burns building of Kingsland Baptist Church,

20555 Kingsland Blvd. For more info, www.compassionatefriends-katy.

org or contact Jo, 281-347-1027 or Annette, 281-578-9118.

• FREE MENTAL DISORDERS FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS - Meets at a

number of locations. Complete listing on www.namimetrohouston.org

or call 713-970-4419.

• NAMI FAMILY TO FAMILY - free mental disorders family education course.

For info., please call 713-970-4419 or www.namigreaterhouston.org.

• DEPRESSION BIPOLAR SUPPORT ALLIANCE - For info., call the DBSA

office at 713-600-1131 or check out our website at www.dbsahouston.

org.

• THE MEMORY CAFÉ AT AMAZING PLACE - Meets the third Saturday of

each month for those with early dementia and their caregiver from 10-

11:30 AM at 20018 Chateau Bend Drive, Katy, TX. The program is free

to all participants. For more info, call 281-217-3077 or email adetert@

amazingplacehouston.org.

• DEMENTIA CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP - Held on the second Tuesday

of each month from 6-7:30 PM at 20018 Chateau Drive in Katy, TX 77450.

For more information, call Ariana Detert at 281-217-3077 or email

adetert@amazingplacehouston.org.

• THE KATY OCD/ANXIETY GROUP FOR PARENTS - meets on the last

Saturday of each month at 9 AM at La Madeline restaurant in Katy. For

more info, check out our website: http://shyness.meetup.com/353/.

• KATY/WEST HOUSTON/CYPRESS TOURETTE SUPPORT GROUP - meets

the 2 nd Wednesday of each month at 7 PM at St. Catherine’s Methodist,

701 Fry Road, Katy, TX 77450. For further info, please contact ferla.

nicola2gmail.com, TouretteTexas@aol.com or call 281-238-8096.

• PALMER DRUG ABUSE PROGRAM (PDAP) - For Ages 12 to 17, call 281-870-

9311 or for ages 17 to 25, call 713-647-8858.

• HARRIS COUNTY WIC PROGRAM - For additional info. about WIC, call 713-

439-6145 or www.houstontx.gov/health/WIC. For a recorded message

listing all Harris County WIC sites, you may call 713-439-6130.

• ECI PROJECT TYKE - If you know a child under the age of 3 who needs

assistance in at least one area of development or who has a medical

diagnosis or condition impacting his or her development, please call

ECI Project TYKE 281-237-6647 or make a referral on our website www.

katyisd.org.

• DIFFERENT STROKES - a support group for stroke survivors meets every

Tuesday at 10 AM in the Senior Center, located at 13150 Memorial Dr., for

fellowship, learning, sharing, exercising and loving. Call for further info.:

Kay Callahan 713-461-5604 or Roberta Owens 281-463-3490.

• THE ARC OF KATY - Provides programs for individuals with IDD

(Intellectual and Development Disabilities) including a day program,

summer camp and socials for teens/ adults. Visit www.thearcofkaty.org

or call 832-754-9802 or 832-888-9265 for more information.

• FOOD ADDICTS IN RECOVERY ANONYMOUS (FA) - Meets Mondays at 1225

W. Grand Pkwy S. in Katy, TX at 7 PM. For more information, call 781-932-

6300 or locally at 281-392-8914, or visit www.foodaddicts.org.

• DRUG AND ALCOHOLISM FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP - Every Wednesday

night from 7 - 8 PM. For more info, call 713-632-5237.

• HOME ENCOURAGEMENT - a 501(c)(3) non-profit that nurtures

healthy marriages and strong families. For info., contact Kellie Hurst

of Home Encouragement at 281-347-LIFE or visit our website at www.

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COMMUNITY INTEREST GROUPS

POLITICAL INTEREST GROUPS:

• WEST FORT BEND COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN - For more info.,

contact Susan at 281-633-2277 or BurgerBizInc@aol.com.

• REPUBLICAN WOMEN’S CLUB OF KATY - Monthly meetings are the 1 st

Thursday of each month at the Golf Club of Cinco Ranch. More info on

Facebook or email Kandace Dusek at Rwckaty1@gmail.com.

• KATY AREA DEMOCRATS - meets 3 rd Tuesday of the month at El Rancho

Mexican Restaurant, 17754 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77094 at 7 PM. For

info, visit www.katydemocrats.net or contact katydems@hotmail.com.

LIONS CLUBS:

• KATY LIONS CLUB - Meets the 1 st and 3 rd Thursday of each month at 7 PM

at Salt and Pepper Restaurant, 811 Ave D, Katy.

• FULSHEAR-SIMONTON LIONS CLUB - Meets the 2 nd Thursday of each

month at 7 PM at Yong’s Asian Fusion & Sushi restaurant in Fulshear.

Visit www.fulshearsimontonlionsclub.org or email us at info@

fulshearsimontonlionslcub.org to learn more.

ROTARY CLUBS:

• THE ROTARY CLUB OF KATY SUNRISE (RCKS) - meets every Tuesday

morning, at 7 AM, at Cinco Ranch Golf Club, guests and visitors welcome.

For more info visit www.katysunriserotary.com.

• THE ROTARY CLUB OF KATY - meets each Thursday, noon to 1 PM, at

Hasta La Pasta, 1450 Grand Parkway, Suite E. For more info, call 281-392-

0045 or www.katyrotary.com.

• WEST HOUSTON ROTARY CLUB - Tuesdays, 12:15 PM, West Houston

Omni, North Eldridge at Katy Freeway. 281-627-0662.

TOASTMASTERS:

• KATY TOASTMASTERS - meets the first three Thursdays of each month at

7:30 PM at Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union, 25525 Katy Mills Parkway,

Katy, TX 77494. We are located behind Katy Mills Mall near Pin Oak Road.

Visitors are welcome! Visit our website at http://katy.freetoasthost.org/.

• PARK 10 TALKERS TOASTMASTERS CLUB - meets every Thursday at

11:45 AM at NACE, 1440 South Creek Dr., Houston, 77084, telephone 281-

228-6287. For more info on Toastmasters, go to www.toastmasters.org.

• EASY RISERS TOASTMASTERS - meets every Tuesday morning from 7

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• W. HOUSTON CHAPTER, INTERN’L ASSOC. OF ADMIN. PROFESSIONALS

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Houston - Energy Corridor at 11730 Katy Freeway (N. side of I10 - Kirkwood

Exit). (Caroline Champness CPS/CAP caroline.champness@bp.com).

• ABWA WEST HOUSTON NETWORK - meets the second Thursday of each

month, 11:30 AM - 1 PM, at the Marriott Energy Corrridor. For more info,

or to RSVP, visit our website at www.whenabwa.org.

• BUSINESS NETWORK INTERNATIONAL - KATY - meets every Thursday, 7

AM, Willowfork Country Club, 21055 Westheimer Pkwy, Katy, TX 77450. If

you are interested in growing your business, please come to a meeting.

Call Kitty Tennison, President, 281-221-0016 or Susan Hendrix, Vice-

President, 954-729-3870 for more information.

• (BNI) BUSINESS NETWORK INTERNATIONAL - CINCO RANCH - meets each

Tuesday morning at 7-8:30 am at Willowfork Country Club at 21055 Westheimer

Parkway, Katy, Katy, TX 77450. For info., Len Tierney at 713-824-6960 or go to

www.bnihouston.com and search for Cinco Ranch Chapter in Katy, Texas.

• PARKWAY BUSINESS PARTNERS CHAPTER OF BNI - meets every

Wednesday at Willow Fork Country Club in Katy. Meetings are held

from 7:15 AM until 9 AM and visitors are welcome. For information or a

reservation to attend, please call Chris at 832-252-9413.

• INHOUSTON-KATY PREMIER PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS NETWORKING -

meets the 2 nd Tuesday of each month, 4 -7 PM at Texas Borders Bar &

Grill, 20940 Katy Fwy, Katy, Texas. For info., call Newell Cheatheam 281-

392-3034, newell.cheatheam@gmail.com or www.newellsdesigns.com.

• THE ULTIMATE FITNESS AND WELLNESS NETWORK - Meetings are the second

Thursday of each month at 7 PM. Membership is free. For more information,

contact Karen Narum 281-871-8920 or fitnessjourney@live.com.

• WEST KATY NETWEAVERS - meets at Yong’s (Cravings Grill) 29615 FM

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• KATY BAR ASSOCIATION - an Association of Attorneys who live or work in

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of every month at Willow Fork Country Club. Contact Sarah Springer at

sarah@sarahspringerlaw.com or 281-646-0644 for more info.

• FULSHEAR AREA CHAMBER – meets 2 nd Wednesday of every month

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• KATY NEIGHBORS’ COFFEES - Meets monthly on the last Tuesday,

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membership is free to all. For more information, please contact 281-578-

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• WELCOME WAGON CLUB OF KATY - please call Peggy at 979-709-4497 or

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• NOTTINGHAM COUNTRY GARDEN CLUB OF KATY - We welcome all

people interested in gardening and the environment, from the West

Houston and Katy area. You do not have to live in Nottingham Country to

belong to our organization! For more information about the club, please

call 281-578-1036 or 281-693-0016.

• HARRIS COUNTY MASTER GARDENER - Upcoming events (all events

are free and at 3033 Bear Creek Dr. unless specified elsewhere): Call for

information on events. We generally meet on the first Tuesday of the

month.

• KATY VOCAL EXPRESS - The newest prospective Sweet Adelines Chorus

has arrived in Katy area. Ladies are invited to attend chorus rehearsal

any Thursday evening, 7-9 PM at Holy Covenant United Methodist

Church, 2211 Morton Ranch Road, Katy 77493. For more info, email

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• HOUSTON HORIZON CHORUS – A Women’s chorus and a premier chapter

of Sweet Adelines International. Always looking for new members and

would love to have you visit us. Bring a friend with you and visit us any

Tuesday night at 7 PM. We rehearse at the Unity Church, Grace Hall, at

2929 Unity Drive, Houston 77057. For more info, visit our website at www.

houstonhorizon.org.

• GRACE NOTES - Singers and instrumentalists are invited to join a women’s

performing group which shares music in the community at retirement

homes. We sing once a month for the congregation of St. Peter’s during

Sunday worship services. Tuesday’s mornings are our outing days to

perform to the community. For more info, contact Gail at 281-782-1598.

• AMERICAN SEWING GUILD IN KATY - meets 3 rd Wednesday of every

month from 1 to 3 PM at Quilt & Sew, 829 Mason Rd., Katy. For more info,

go to www.asghouston.org.

• THE PRIDE OF TEXAS DECORATIVE ARTISTS - meets 2 nd Thursday of the

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• KATY QUILTERS, Time and place will be scheduled in the Katy Area. Call

the Katy Quilters, Shari Medford at 281-635-3000.

• THE BLUEBONNET STENCILERS OF TEXAS - meets 1 st Monday of

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Recipes & Gardening Tips

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INGREDIENTS:

4 cups white sugar

1 cup light brown sugar

1/2 cup butter

1 (12 fluid ounce) can evaporated milk

1 (7 ounce) jar marshmallow creme

1 (16 ounce) jar peanut butter

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• Apply iron sulfate or chelete to St. Augustine grass lawns.

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• Continue treatment of lawns for chinch bug. As the temperature hits 80

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Grease a 9x13 inch baking dish.

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