The residents of Section Five will be opening up their clubhouse this year to all trick-or-treaters in an effort to keep the kids in the Woodlands.
After four years, delegates voted to make a change in their leadership during their annual elections at the Woodlands Homeowners Association meeting last week.
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron The Woodlands Country Club will be serving Easter Brunch on Sunday April 5, and reservations are now being taken. The Country Club, now owned by ClubLink, is now open for all residents to dine said Alessandro Dicembrino, Front of the House Supervisor. Easter Brunch will be served from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. and […]
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.
Although it’s not in the Woodlands, the City of Tamarac opened a beautiful new park on the eastern part of the city that our residents are sure to enjoy.
ShareTweetShareBy: Sharon Aron Baron All Woodlands residents are invited to play in the Big 3 Trick or Treat Scramble on Halloween Day. Bring two of your best players to team up and win some prizes. For $300 each team gets the round of golf, drinks on the course, hors d’oeuvres, a credit to the pro shop […]
It’s not exactly in the Woodlands, but it’s the closest park we will have.
If you drive east or west down Commercial Boulevard, then you’ll notice that the asphalt needs a facelift. The current roadway conditions are deteriorating, and hopefully the short-term inconvenience of repaving will be beneficial to the thousands of cars that drive on it everyday.
Many new communities in Tamarac will be getting an updated look this year with new entry signs, including the Woodlands, if the board votes to move forward with the proposed signage from the city.
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing forms of crime in the world. Organized crime loves it because there is no physical contact between the thief and the victim; no DNA evidence for the CSI investigators to find. The result is the loss of billions of dollars every year. The recent theft of credit card information from Target Corporation shows how many people can be at risk from just one incident.