Lindale Park 75th Anniversary
Neighbors will gather on Saturday, October 13 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Lindale Park. The event will take place at 1:00PM at the Lindale Park Clubhouse, located at 218 Joyce.
Lindale Park was established in 1937 when R.W. Reid transformed rural acreage into a charming neighborhood. Lindale Park residents consistently strive to maintain and beautify their community, and to support and grow local business. Council Member Gonzalez and his family are proud residents of Lindale Park and look forward to the celebration over the weekend!
Friends of Woodland Park Clean Up
This Sunday, October 14, the Friends of Woodland Park and the Bridgestone Americas “One Team, One Planet” Spent Tire Program will be sponsoring an all-day clean-up event at Woodland Park, 212 Parkview. Clean-ups like this one play an important role in keeping our green spaces and our city clean and safe for our families to enjoy.
To volunteer this weekend, pre-register online. There is a morning shift and an afternoon shift available, and Bridgestone will be providing water, snacks, and lunch to all registered participants. Working together, District H will become an even better place to live, work, and play.
Moody Park Fall Fiesta and Groundbreaking Celebration
Join Council Member Gonzalez, Mayor Annise Parker, and the Houston Parks and Recreation Department on Saturday, October 27 for the Moody Park Fall Fiesta and Groundbreaking Ceremony. Events will be from 11AM to 2PM with a special ceremony at 1PM.
The Moody Park Community Center will undergo a $3.5 million renovation. At the heart of the Northside, Moody Park is a jewel for residents and families. The proposed construction timeline will run through October 2013 and will add 7,000 sq. ft. of meeting space to the community center, as well as upgrading existing spaces. The Fall Fiesta is free of charge.
Constituent Spotlight: Mr. Barelas
Council Member Gonzalez celebrated a very special birthday last weekend. True American hero, businessman, community leader, and family man: Mr. Marcos Barelas turned 90 years young on October 2.
Mr. Barelas is a WWII veteran who served in the Army between 1942 and 1945. To this day, he remains sharp and active, always smiling and with a great story to tell. He’s a proud District H resident and it was an honor to spend time with him during a very special celebration which included neighbors, friends, and family.