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Dues Drive 2018

28

Jan 2018

Dues Drive 2018

If you haven’t done so already, please head over to our “Join TMNA” page and take a moment to pay your 2018 dues! Every bit counts to keep the neighborhood evolving and to preserve the culture that we have all worked so hard to create. Your neighbors thank you for your support!


Celebrating the Life of Edna Giles of Timbergrove

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Jul 2015

Celebrating the Life of Edna Giles of Timbergrove

Edna Giles, a resident of Timbergrove Manor for more than 50 years, died Thursday, July 23. A visitation will be held Monday, July 27, 6-8pm at Heights Funeral home with a service at the same location on Tuesday, July 28, at 10am.


Houston Pride Band Performs Free Concert

26

Oct 2014

Houston Pride Band Performs Free Concert

A resident of Clark Pines as well as the immediate past president of the Clark Pines Civic Association (ClarkPines.org).  Would like to cordially invite the neighbors of Timbergrove Manor to a FREE concert given by the Houston Pride Band. The Houston Pride Band has a rich 35+ year history of performing within the greater Heights area. To that end, the concert will be at Resurrection...

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Welcome Back!

15

Oct 2014

Welcome Back!

By Sharon Balke - One of my neighbors has a needlepoint canvas in her family room that reads “Life is what happens while you are making plans”.  Nick and Sami Ware can attest to that. Houston natives, Nick graduated from UT and was back in Houston working for a law firm while he studied for the test to be admitted to law school.  At the...

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Beat the Heat with Fall Gardening

15

Aug 2014

Beat the Heat with Fall Gardening

by Jeana Teeter -  In Timbergrove Manor and across Houston, we are sweltering in the summer heat.  As native Houstonians and longtime residents know, we need to hunker down and expect a few more months of scorching temperatures.  There have been many Halloweens in our collective memories spent in shorts and flip flops. So while there may sometimes be a small twinge of jealousy this...

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Little Free Library

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Aug 2014

Little Free Library

By  Phil Schawe -  It’s a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories.  In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share. We built and installed a Little Free Library box...

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