Archive for the ‘Beautification’ Category

Outstanding Yard May 2016

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful is pleased to present the May 2016 Outstanding Yard Award to Mary Deck who lives at 208 Parkdale in Whitehouse. Mary has designed a wonderful landscape that complements her home and adds lots of seasonal color. Mary received a $25.00 gift card from Senter’s Nursery who sponsors this event with KWB.

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful's photo.
Keep Whitehouse Beautiful's photo.

Working at the Wildscape

Back at the Wildscape today, working hard to clean up for spring. We can use all the help we can get 9:30 am Tuesday mornings.

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful's photo.

Beautification at Whitehouse Municipal Court – November 7, 2015

IMG_0262Volunteers with KWB spruced up the front beds at Whitehouse Municipal Court on Saturday, November 7th.  They planted knockout roses, bushes and decorative grass.  What do you think about the  before and after? We’ll finish soon, but not there yet!IMG_0270 (Edited)IMG_0157





Beautification at the Whitehouse Firestation

Earlier this year Keep Whitehouse Beautiful awarded the Whitehouse Firestation and Chief Madison Johnson $200 for a beautification project at the front of the station.  They chose to build 2 wood planters to put at the front entrance and planted 2 small evergreens in them.  Another project in the works is the planting of rosebushes in the front of Municipal Court which should be complete by the end of fall.IMG_0157IMG_0155

KWB Outstanding Yard – September 2015

68245Keep Whitehouse Beautiful has chosen Lee and Karen Bierig’s beautiful yard at 1111 Candice Drive in Whitehouse for the Outstanding Yard for September.Their corner lot is landscaped to look great from both sides They received a $25 gift certificate from Senter’s Nursery which co-sponsers this event with KWB.


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KWB Assists in Beautification of Higgins Elementary

IMG_1829On Saturday, August 22, 2015, KWB volunteers assisted the parents of Higgins Elementary in weeding, adding compost, plants and mulch to the front entrance flower bed.  A big thank you to Meagan Schneider for organizing this event and to Nix Landscape and Supply for their donation of mulch as well as to all of the parents and students for their hard work.

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KWB Outstanding Yard – August 2015

20150729_154116KWB has chosen the beautiful lakeside yard at 15336 McElroy Road as the Outstanding Yard for August 2015. The home and gardens belong to Andrew and Lindy Dolan and their three children. Keep Whitehouse Beautiful presented the family with $25.00 gift certificate compliments of Senter’s Nursery which sponsors this event  If you know of a yard which deserves the title “Outstanding”, please send an email to!

Volunteers Hard at Work Weeding Flower Beds at Wildscape, Brown Elementary, Adopt-A-Spot

The past couple of weeks have seen a flurry of activity with volunteers weeding the flower beds around Whitehouse; namely the Wildscape, the wall at Brown Elementary, Whitehouse City Park and the Adopt-A-Spots at the corner of Hwy 110 and FM 346. This is because the good folks at Keep Texas Beautiful are heading into town this week to take pictures and video of all the hard work done by Keep Whitehouse Beautiful volunteers in preparation for the GCAA awards dinner later in the month of June during the annual KTB conference.  A big THANK YOU to everyone who helped us get these beds looking great!













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Outstanding Yard for April 2015

04-2015 Weisrig​Keep Whitehouse Beautiful chose ​the beautiful yard at 206 Tomlin St. as the Outstanding Yard for April 2015. Michael & Aimee Schultz are the tenants of this home, but the owners Bob & Marge Weisrig care for the yard and landscaping.

The owners received a $25 gift certificate to Senter’s Nursery, which is a sponsor of this event. Congratulations, Weisrig family! If you know of a yard that deserves the title “Outstanding”, send us an email with the address to

Pictures from the 2015 Don’t Mess With Texas Trash-Off

DSC_0206DSC_0146Hundreds of volunteers turned out on a crisp Saturday morning in April to show how much they care about the City of Whitehouse. Teams registered at Whitehouse City Park, then grabbed their t-shirts, refreshments and were off to collect trash on selected roads. A big thank you to the Whitehouse students, teachers, the local churches, neighborhoods, Whitehouse City Mgr Kevin Huckabee and Whitehouse Council Member Kelvin Fox for giving up a part of their Saturday for a worthy cause. And a big MOO to Chick-Fil-A for bringing their mascot to our event!

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