St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church graciously allows the Lancaster Place Civic Association to use their facilities for our meetings. We are pleased to pass on their invitation to the neighborhood to attend their Outreach Festival on Sunday, August 26.
The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department in partnership with the Montrose Management District’s Recycling Subcommittee is offering free recycling of glass, newspaper and non-lithium batteries on Saturday, July 21, 2012 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the H-E-B, 1701 West Alabama, Houston 77098.
Meet BARC’s big bulldog Alf and get his paw-tograph while enjoying music provided by KRBE 104.1.
For questions contact Sandra Jackson at Sandra.firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.837.9164.
To learn more about recycling in the City of Houston, visit http://www.houstonsolidwaste.org/, http://www.greenhoustontx.gov/, Facebook at www.facebook.com/houstonsolidwaste and on Twitter @houstontrash.
At the general meeting on March, 21st 2012, the following officers were elected to serve on the Lancaster Place board:
President: Paula Clay
Vice President: Keith Hoak
Secretary: Paul Terry
Treasurer: Herman Kluge
Preservation Officer: Gladys Bel
Block Captain Coordinator: Joanna Spires
Friends of Mandell Park will hold its annual plant sale at the park from 9 am to 1 pm on Saturday, March 24th, with sales proceeds going to improve the park. Our neighbors will find attractive and attractively-priced plants for their homes and yards, and their purchases will assist the park in reaching its primary goal, as described in the next paragraph.
Friends of Mandell Park has thus far raised approximately $375,000 toward its goal of $1 million to do a major already-designed beautification and improvement project of the park, which will be a valuable amenity to the Lancaster Place neighborhood.
Please click here for the flyer.