Farewell to the five hour round of golf because GolfBoard says using one of these can dramatically increase the pace-of-play.
Residents have a chance to find out what’s going on in the City and in the Woodlands during the annual Neighborhood Meeting coming up on April 15.
The Woodlands doesn’t allow garage sales, however many people skirt around this rule by having an “estate sale.” Sounds so much more classier, doesn’t it?
The Woodlands Country Club was created in 1968 when developer and Tamarac builder Ken Behring wanted to build a golf community resembling Palm Springs, Calif. He purchased more than 5,000 acres and built homes surrounded by fairways, beautiful wooded areas, and winding streams.
The event held Thursday evening was moderated by Joel Davidson, President of the Tamarac/Sawgrass Democratic Club. Candidates on the panel included Michelle Gomez and Stewart Webster who are both running for the District 2 Seat, along with Harry Dressler and Mike Gelin running for the Mayor’s seat.
I’m not one who likes instructional exercise classes, like aerobics, because of the competitive nature of the students. I also happen to be an absolute klutz when it comes to following fast instructions (I always move toward the left when everyone is moving right). It’s like my brain can’t get it right when the moves […]
The sale of the Woodlands Country Club to ClubLink Corporation has been completed. Read more…….
Section three neighbor Noel Reis was frantic when their 10-year old Maltese, Bushy, got out of the house last night. They looked all over the Woodlands but with no success. Bushy didn’t have his collar on and Noel believed he didn’t have a microchip. Today, she received a call from her old veterinarian letting her […]
If someone has a drinking problem, that’s their business.
If someone wants to throw their empty bottles in my neighborhood, then it becomes my business.
During this dry spring season, water levels are down in our lakes and with it brings washed up debris on its muddy banks.
Old friends and new neighbors all gathered at the cul-de-sac at White Oak Drive on April 10th for the first ever Section Three block party. The turnout was impressive with 42 neighbors, almost the entire section, getting together with a pot-luck style party where live steel drum music was provided for entertainment. Everyone brought their […]