Join us at our LHP Meat and Greet BBQ on October 1st at the Pavilion on Flag Pole Hill, where Ring Video Doorbell will extend a special promotional price to our neighbors and spread the word about their Digital Neighborhood Watch program!
See the full article below about brazen package thieves in Lake Highlands:
We have been blessed to work with really great people. Come meet each other, bring the kids, bring your friends, and let’s have a great day in the park and share a delicious Texas meal.
And, please help us help our neighbors by bringing donations of:
Children’s backpacks, coloring books, crayons, school supplies, small toys, diapers in various sizes, toilet paper, toothpaste and toothbrushes, women’s hygiene products, pillows, socks, underwear, blankets, non-perishable food and new or gently used clothing,
Please no sweaters or winter coats.
On Friday, August 25th, Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the coast of Texas and started a path of destruction that continued for nearly a week. The aftermath will last much longer.
On August 28th, Greg Fowler @ Lake Highlands Property teamed up with the DeShong Team, Myers the Home Buyers, and hundreds of Keller Williams agents in the D/FW metroplex to provide timely relief for hurting Texans:
Greg Fowler wrote:
What are your earliest memories, the very first things you can actually recall from the early years of your childhood? Mine are of the summer of 1969, a magical summer when my family lived on the Gulf Coast in the small town of Pass Christian, MS. My parents taught 4 year old me to swim, and I was ever so proud to be able to swim the length of the pool on a single breath. My father took me fishing on the pier at the end end of our street. We caught catfish and brought them home at my insistence – we had “pets” in the bathtub for a short time. Apollo 11 launched and I raced outside to see if I could see the rocket flying to the moon. What had been the perfect summer would end with a harsh lesson on the force of nature.
On the evening of August 17, 1969 my parents put three small children to bed in a house that had been prepared to weather a big storm. Windows were boarded, and the bed in their room had been placed on concrete cinder blocks. In the middle of the night, my parents transported all three of us into the small crawl space attic of our home. In the early hours of August 18, Hurricane Camille made landfall, right over our small town. Water flooded our house from floor to ceiling, and then receded. Thankfully, I remember nothing of the horrors of that night.
On the afternoon of August 18, we came out of that attic. I recall that the floors of our house were covered in silt. Our family car was at a 45 degree angle against the tree in the front yard. We made our way to the coastal highway at the end of the block. Every house closer to the beach than ours was gone, simply gone. In fact, much of the street pavement was gone.
The National Guard picked us up from the side of the highway in a deuce and a half truck and took us to a nearby shelter. Through the generosity of many people I will never know, we were given food, water, and a safe place to stay. My family lost most all of our material possessions, yet we did walk away with the most important things, each other. We needed help that day, and that help was provided.
So, my plea is quite simple. Help me provide a hand to our neighbors in the south who find themselves in the same position. From Houston to Austin and all along the coast, Harvey has left a path of devastation and floods, and the people of those areas need our help.
The four year old boy who is still alive and well inside me, thanks you for your generosity.
The response was outstanding:
Over the course of the next 3 days, Keller Williams Realty Dallas Preston Road collaborated with other KW agents, KWCares, and Black Tie Movers to fill 4 box trucks and an 18 wheeler with supplies to haul to Houston.
After over 18 hours on the road, our hometown heroes returned this evening to go back to their regularly scheduled programming.