Spring Picnic and Membership Drive Tomorrow/ Sunday at 6pm

Richwood Place neighbor and Greenwood King Realtor, Cliff Helmcamp is donating  the door prize- a 32″ Toshiba flat screen TV! All 2014 members are entered to win. (Must be present to win) Thank you, Cliff!

Please join your neighbors tomorrow, Sunday (April 27th) @ 6pm in the 1700 block of Lexington by the park.

It is forecast to be a beautiful evening in the 70s and a great opportunity to meet your neighbors.

Drinks will be provided and bring a dish to share (main, salad, dessert).

You can pay your membership dues, which will qualify you for the door prize and support RPCA.Image

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Spring Picnic & Membership Drive

Please join your neighbors on Sunday (April 27th) @ 6pm at 1700 Lexington by the park.

It is forecast to be a beautiful evening in the 70s and a great opportunity to meet your neighbors.

Drinks will be provided and bring a dish to share (main, salad, dessert).

You can pay your membership dues, which will qualify you for a door prize and support RPCA.

City of Houston adds food and beverage cartons residential curbside recycling program

As part of the city of Houston’s continued efforts to bolster residential recycling, Mayor Annise D. Parker announced that food and beverage cartons are now recyclable as part of the city’s residential curbside recycling program.

The addition of carton packages marks another innovation in the city’s successful recycling efforts, with nearly all household containers used by residents now being recyclable.

To help get the word out to residents, the city is partnering with the Carton Council, a collaborative of carton manufacturers committed to expanding carton recycling in the United States, to launch a public education campaign to promote carton recycling.

“Houston is committed to increasing recycling as part of our efforts for a cleaner and greener city,” said Parker. “We are excited to partner with the Carton Council. Too many of our cartons are ending up in the landfill. We can do better. Let’s recycle all of our cartons! ”

Residents that receive city of Houston curbside recycling collection service should place all empty food and beverage cartons in their green curbside recycling cart or bin, or residents can drop off their cartons at one of the city’s local recycling dropoff centers. Commonly used carton containers include milk and juice cartons, along with soup, broth and soy milk cartons.

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