Brown Elementary National Elementary Honor Society is awarded 2014 Campus Beautification Grant

2014 Campus Beautification Grant - Brown Elem1 resizedCongratulations to the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) at Brown Elementary, led by Nicole Moore. They have won the KWB Campus Beautification award for 2014. They will receive $200 to be used towards helping with the outside appearance of the school. They would like to plant one large crepe myrtle on the left side of the entrance, sustainable bushes on the right side of the building, and install some PVC pipe watering system for the bushes. Great job Brown Elementary!

 

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful awards this grant yearly to campuses within the Whitehouse ISD.   The grant, which is $200, will go towards any type of landscaping improvement for the campuses.  In years past, gardens, trees and flowers have been planted around the campuses.Brown Campus Beautification Grant - Brown Elem2 resized

Outstanding Yard for November & December 2014

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful awarded the Outstanding Yard for November and December to Gunny and Greta Moore for their beautiful yard at 1911 Waterton Blvd in Whitehouse. 2014-11-01 Moore

The Moore’s received a $25.00 gift certificate to Senter’s Nursery, which sponsors this event for Keep Whitehouse Beautiful. You’ll want to go by and see their beautiful Christmas decorations!

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Outstanding Yard Award for October 2014

IMGP8426RKeep Whitehouse Beautiful presented the October Outstanding Yard award to Morris and Rose Crymes for their beautiful yard at 19673 Willingham Rd. (CR 2171) in Whitehouse.

As you can see in the pictures, their large lot has a beautiful white picket fence, many trees, shrubs and plants, all beautifully landscaped. Congratuations to Morris and Rose, they received a $25 gift certificate to Senter’s Nursery, which sponsors this great event!IMGP8416R

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Whitehouse Large Item Drop Off – Saturday, October 18th!

fall housecleaningWe’ve put the Whitehouse Citywide Garage Sale behind us, and now we are moving toward the Whitehouse Large Item Drop-Off!

The Whitehouse Large Item Drop-Off is scheduled for Saturday, October 18th from 8:00am until noon.  Residents of Whitehouse wishing to bring their items to the Whitehouse Recycle Center will need to show proof of residency in the City limits with a current City of Whitehouse utility bill.   Items that are not suitable for trash pickup like mattresses, rusty metal furniture and grills, toys, bikes, appliances and more will be accepted.  Please note, construction materials WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Also being accepted will be electronic items.  We will be accepting on behalf of STS Recycling items such as computers, printers, VCRs and more. As stated by a representative from STS Electronic Recycling, “We can aid you in recycling out of date, nonworking, or unwanted electronic equipment. THIS RECYCLING SERVICE IS PROVIDED AT NO COST TO YOU. All recyclables processed by STS Electronic Recycling are either reused or physically destroyed and recycled. We assure you that your business or personal information will be destroyed to Department of Defense (DOD) standards and we will provide you with a certificate of destruction if desired. Please visit our website at www.stsrecycle.com for more information.”

Computers (towers and laptops) Monitors Printers

Cables, mice, and keyboards Fax machines Telephones and telephone systems

Cell phones Copy machines Scanners Servers Projectors

Digital cameras Flat screen TVs (Please note: we do NOT accept tubed TVs)

VCR and DVD players Gaming systems Radios and stereos

 

Outstanding Yard for September 2014

IMGP8068RKWB awarded the Outstanding Yard for September to Barbara and Bob Paul for their beautiful yard at 103 Bluebird Lane in Whitehouse. Bob will quickly let you know that Barbara is the gardener and the many colorful flowerbeds are all her work. The Paul’s received a $25.00 gift card from Senter’s Nursery which sponsors this event for Keep Whitehouse Beautiful.

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Outstanding Yard for August 2014

2014-08 WilliamsonKeep Whitehouse Beautiful presented the Outstanding Yard award for August 2014 to Sue and Al Williamson for their beautiful yard at 1208 Corey Drive in Whitehouse. Their yard has manicured beds, and beautiful flowers and bushes. The Williamsons received a $25.00 gift certificate from Senter’s Nursery, which sponsors this event.

KWB Wins Two Awards from Keep Texas Beautiful

14718117955_3e3e058395_kKWB President Beverly Casey and volunteers Dorothy LaFlure and Angela Klein presented two awards given to Keep Whitehouse Beautiful from Keep Texas Beautiful to the Whitehouse City Council on Tuesday, July 22nd. The first was an award for sustained excellence for a 3-year period and the other was a certificate of silver star recognition, based upon the activities and educational programming done in the year 2013. DSC_0690
These awards will be on display at the City headquarters, as a thank you to the City and the community of Whitehouse for their support of our programs and outreach. We are truly blessed to be in such a wonderful community!
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Outstanding Yard for July 2014

DSC_0484DSC_0490Keep Whitehouse Beautiful presented the Outstanding Yard award for July 2014 to Joyce and Lou Napolitano for their beautiful yard at 379 Royal Circle in Whitehouse.   Their yard has towering trees, lots of interesting flowerbeds, a productive garden and makes the birds welcome there.  The Napolitanos  received a $25.00 gift certificate from Senter’s Nursery, which sponsors this event.

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Outstanding Yard for May 2014

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Keep Whitehouse Beautiful presented the Outstanding Yard award for May to Lynda and Wayne Riley for their beautiful yard at 109 Karla in Whitehouse. The Riley’s received a $25 gift certificate from Senter’s Nursery, which sponsors this IMGP7580Revent. Congratulations Riley family!IMGP7584R

Beautification at Whitehouse City Park

2014-05-21 Lantana planting at City Park resizedHazel Bateman and Dorothy LaFlure, volunteers with Keep Whitehouse Beautiful, planted sunny lantana in the beds in front of Whitehouse City Park this week. By late summer, it should be a mass of yellow! Thank you for all your hard work to beautify our lovely City!

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