BE ALERT: If you see someone sitting in a vehicle on your street for a long period of time. Contact the non-emergency phone number 281-403-8700 and give them a description of the vehicle and the location.
FALLEN ACORNS CAN HELP: According to Texas A&M Forest Service, if acorns have remained on your lawn, leave them there. As they decompose over the next months, they will return important nutrients to the soil which will help your lawn grow.
DID YOU KNOW? Go to www.quailvalleyproud.com and click on FAQ/HOTLINE which is at the top of the home page. You will discover the current HOTLINE questions/answers and below that is a section FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. You may find an answer to your question there.
TRYING TO RESOLVE AN ISSUE? If the company is a utility, contact the PROUD HOTLINE for direction to someone who may be able to help. firstname.lastname@example.org
“MANGO” (the cat) CAME HOME: He’s “not talking” about where he has been for 8 days. He looks okay. Owners say thank you to everyone who kept an eye out for him.
BREAKFAST & BINGO FOR SENIORS: Missouri City Rec & Tennis Center, 2701 Cypress Point in QV Subdivision, 9:30 to 11 am. Thursday, March 28th. $5 per person for breakfast, all game play and chance to win AWESOME prices! Sign up by registering at the front desk of the Center.
PROUD NOW HAS A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: There is a simple registration on Proud’s Facebook page. Go to: www.facebook.com/qvproud and click on the link under our banner called “email registration
SUPPORT QUAIL VALLEY PROUD. Help PROUD sponsor QV Projects: Youth Programs, Community Appearance, Community Safety, and Educational Support for Quail Valley Schools. We need your assistance in the form of a tax deductible donation of $25 or more.”
MAIL YOUR DONATION 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. OR Phone 281-438-4714.
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