QV Proud Hotline 02/12/14
NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE? Women’s Club of Missouri City accepting applications. The $1000 scholarships are offered to graduating seniors who live in Missouri City, have a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and are graduating from Dulles, Elkins, Hightower, Marshall or Ridge Point high schools. Deadline for applications is April 11, 2014. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
(OVER AGE 50) SENIOR FIELD TRIP TO COUSHATTA: Tuesday, February 25, City’s annual Senior Field Trip. Meet at the Rec & Tennis Center at 7:30 am and return at 8 pm. Transportation cost is $10. All trip participants are responsible for their expenses and please be aware that the trip will require walking short distances at the casino. For more information: www.missouricitytx.gov
ARE YOU A DOG LOVER? Fort Bend County Dog Park is the place for you and your dog/s. Please note that if you witness any Dog Park Violations, please report them to 281-835-9419. Phone calls to this number will be relayed to County employees and they will be dispatched to the Park. One frequent violation is large dogs are placed inside the area for small dogs by their owners. (Apparently, the rules do not apply to them?)
LOOKING FOR A SUMMER SWIM TEAM? The Quail Valley Dolphins Swim Team is preparing for their 42nd season serving the youth of our neighborhood. For more information: www.QVST.org.
HOW TO REPORT DOG PARK VIOLATIONS? Phone calls to: 281-835-9419 will be relayed to County Employees and they will be dispatched to the Park. Be sure to call while the violation is occurring so that it can be observed by the County Staff. Do not wait until you are back home. An additional sign is being ordered that will have this phone number in larger type.
HELP PROUD SPONSOR QV PROJECTS: Mail your (tax deductible) donation of $25 or more to: Frost Bank, Lock box Department, Quail Valley PROUD, P. O. Box 367 Dept. 06, Houston, Texas 77001.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Email the PROUD HOTLINE at QVProud@aol.com.
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