Celebrate witth HHA Monday Night • Give Back to the Houston Foodbank All Day on Monday, Dec 9th





Celebrate witth HHA Monday Night • Give Back to the Houston Foodbank All Day on Monday, Dec 9th


Monday  • December 9thAt the December Holiday Mixer and Meeting
the HHA is partnering with the Houston Foodbank to give back during this season of generosity.
Meet Carrie Grzelak Special Events Manager, Houston Food Bank and featured speaker.You can participate with HHA all day Monday, December 9th. 


Stop by all day to one of our wonderful Heights businesses here, and drop in your gift of canned or non-perishable food items

into their Foodbank container. Items will be accepted on Monday night at the Fire Station too.

Boulevard Realty • 1545 Heights Blvd.

C&D Hardware • 314 East 11th

Lolas • 1102 Yale

The Corridor Shops • 238 West 19th Street

http://www.houstonfoodbank.org/
AND

EVERYONE IS INVITED! 

HHA Monday Happy Hour Art Mixer & Meeting at the newly renovated Fire Station 
Join HHA at 6:30 PM on Monday, December 9th, 
for Holiday refreshments, a Wine & Cheese pairing by Kroger conversation, and information and Live Music. 
http://houstonheights.org/

Thanksgivings in OAKURST


Happy Thanksgiving!
Nana & Papa lived in Oakurst
in a compound complete with a water pump, 
cabin, and sprawling home with a sun porch facing the beautiful Merced River.
Oakurst is beautiful and peaceful.
I give thanks for the marvelous holidays spent with my family, cousins, Aunt & Uncle and Nana & Papa.


by Marc Stirdivant
For years our family made an annual pilgrimage to Yosemite, driving through the tiny town of Oakhurst, Calif., about 14 miles from the entrance to the national park. We didn't stop, unless it was at Raley's market or to say hello to the talking bear in front of Ditton Realty, which, with a push of button, would (and still will) recite "'Twas the Night Before Christmas." But Oakhurst, as it happens, is worth more than a passing glance as you head up Highway 41. It has, in no particular order, a world-class inn, at least one superb French restaurant, some intriguing shops and what must be the largest collection of life-size, chain saw-carved wooden bears to be found, well, anywhere.
http://www.latimes.com/travel/la-tr-oakhurst-escape-20131117,0,2668562.story#ixzz2lXCRwtre