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Run the Grove Gets A Brand

15

Oct 2014

Run the Grove Gets A Brand

By Tommy Britt - After weeks of anticipation our event has finally got a logo. Timbergrove resident Kimberly Elliott did a fantastic job of preparing this for us. Unfortunately, she also submitted four other designs to choose from. All of them captured the spirit of the neighborhood and the event but in the end the support for this design was nearly unanimous. Great job Kim!...

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A Tale of Two Women

15

Oct 2014

A Tale of Two Women

By Sharon Balke - Kind hearted.  It’s a term we use frequently, maybe too often, but I’m going to use it to describe two neighbors who took action rather than just sitting back and complaining.  Here is their story. The two women, who don’t wish to be identified, have lived in Timbergrove for 15 years.  They keep their yard neat and are friendly with everyone...

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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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DRCC Change Approval Process

15

Oct 2014

DRCC Change Approval Process

By Tommy Britt - Like anything you do long enough, if you pay attention to details and try your best, you usually get better at that task.  So it is with the DRCC’s administrative procedures for approving major projects by property owners. In the past, we reviewed plans and, if they met the guidelines of the Deed Restrictions, we would send out a formal letter...

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President’s Report- 10.11

15

Oct 2014

President’s Report- 10.11

By Michael Norvell - The next few months will bring a number of exciting neighborhood events, so TMNA is looking a few good volunteers to help make things happen. Our First Annual 5k Fundraiser is taking place on April 18 so we are looking for help with planning over the coming months, as well as volunteers for the actual race day.  Advanced planning needs include...

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2014 National Night Out

07

Oct 2014

2014 National Night Out

Just a friendly reminder. Tonight is National Night Out! 1211 Bay Oaks is one block captain that we know will be participating. Stop by anytime between 6-8pm and say hello. If you plan to visit, please bring your own chair along with a treat to contribute and your drink of choice. We look forward to seeing everyone and be on the look out for other...

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Run the Grove 5K

25

Sep 2014

Run the Grove 5K

by Tommy Britt -  In the last couple of months progress on this event has taken place. The TMNA Executive Committee put its full support behind the effort and at the last membership meeting funds were allocated to hire a graphic designer, Timbergrove Manor resident Kimberly Elliott, to come up with a distinctive logo, a media packet and a sharp brochure/application. I was hoping that...

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Halloween Extravaganza

25

Sep 2014

Halloween Extravaganza

by Suzanne Driskill -  The Halloween Extravaganza, a Timbergrove tradition started over 30 years ago, has a rich history of fun for all ages, and this year’s event, scheduled for Friday, October 31st, promises more of the same.  A schedule of the night’s events is summarized below: Costume Contest – The festivities will begin at 6:15pm with a children’s costume contest in the cul-de-sac on...

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Wonderful View

25

Sep 2014

Wonderful View

by Suzanne Driskill -  September’s yard of the month honors go to Cindy and Bob Fiertag of 927 Prince Street.   Cindy moved to the neighborhood in 1992, and in 2012, she and Bob were married.  At that time, they had to make a choice between 2 houses.  Although Cindy’s house was the smaller of the two homes, they opted to stay in Timbergrove because...

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Quick Review

25

Sep 2014

Quick Review

By Sharon Balke -  Each time I drop a can, plastic container or newspaper in my new green recycling bin, I enjoy the feeling of doing “what’s right”.  They were a long time in coming but are worth the wait. I have had a couple of residents ask me if yard clippings are accepted in the recycling bin.  No!  On the lid of my bin,...

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