Lee Mashburn, Principal, Sinclair Elementary School
Lee Mashburn returns to Sinclair following 25 years of service within the Houston Independent School District. His career includes service in the classroom as a third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade teacher with his most recent classroom experience as a fourth grade teacher at Sinclair Elementary. Mr. Mashburn also served as the […]
The City of Houston is working with the Timbergrove Community to develop a plan to improve traffic safety in your area. As part of the process, a proposal for the installation of speed cushions on various streets has been developed. A public meeting has been scheduled for June 13th at the Lazybrook Baptist Church(1822 W. 18th […]
Can’t make it to the May Timbergrove Manor Civic Club meeting on May 9th but wish you could be there? Thanks to the magic of the internet, you can! Join us on the TMCC Facebook Page at facebook.com/TimbergroveManorCivicClub/ and tune in for our first Facebook Live broadcast of a general meeting. You will […]
Ellen Cohen has lived and worked in the city of Houston for the past 40 years. She served for 10 years as the Executive Director of the American Jewish Committee, and for 18 years as the CEO of the Houston Area Women’s Center, working with survivors of sexual and domestic violence. In 2006, […]
The SNC-14 meets bi-monthly, the second Wednesday of even months at Heights Library, 1302 Heights Blvd., from 6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. 2017 meeting dates are: 6/14,8/9,10/11, and 12/13.
At the upcoming June meeting, the current officers and delegates will be discussing the future of the SNC-14. The position of Correspondence […]