Champion Forest ~ Community Social Organizations
Champion Forest Women’s Club is a neighborhood social and service organization focusing on our nearby neighborhood area, education, local charity, and a community magazine, the Forest. If you would like to receive email reminders with details about our events, join our group for $25 a year, and make sure to add our email address to your contacts list: email@example.com
Women who reside in the Champion Forest community: Champion Forest Sections 1-10 & 11, Estates at Windrush, Stonegate, Sterling Gate, Lakes of Sterling Gate, Timbertop Condos, The Falls at Champion Forest or Champion Forest Villas are eligible as an “active” member. Those residing in other areas are eligible for participation in all events as a “social” member.
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Mothers of Young Children Playgroup: firstname.lastname@example.org Join us for playdates, activities, and mom’s night out events as we get to know other parents and children in our neighborhood. This is a fun informal group, and we would love to have you and your little ones!
The Champion Forest Garden Club: A neighborhood special interest organization that was chartered in 1978. The mission of the organization is to stimulate knowledge and love of gardening, floral design, encourage civic beautification, and to promote the conservation of our surrounding natural resources. In 1980 a Garden Club member was instrumental in having Champion Forest declared a bird sanctuary.
The Club meets on the second Thursday of each month, beginning in September through the month of May. They host periodic field trips, along with various community projects such as the Arbor Day celebration, Annual Nut Sale, and the Blue Bird Houses in the PUD Park. They award the Garden Club ‘Yard of the Month’ as listed on their sign at the Champion Drive esplanade.
The Club also places the subdivision’s Christmas Decorations and sponsor the celebratory holiday flag placement at the subdivision entrances with the HOA’s permission.
If you are interested in membership, please reach out to us through our FaceBook page or via our email at email@example.com
Moms of Young Children Book Club
Happy Book Club: Linda Peters – 832-656-5306 or Kathleen Castro – 571-331-0263
Our book club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at a member’s house for discussion and lunch.
Investment Group “Smart Women Finish Rich”: Connie Nolan, President 281-379-5302 or Diane Weidenheft, Vice President 281-370-1653
Meets every third Wednesday at 9:30 am.
Friendship Singers: Peggy Carter – firstname.lastname@example.org
This older group of guys and girls love to sing and sing to bring joy in nursing homes and retirement communities. They devote Mondays to practicing and performing.
Daughters of the American Revolution – Local Chapter
If you have a Special Interest Club/Group in Champion Forest that you would like to share with your neighbors, please send the group name and contact info to the HOA President via the contact form on the Board Members Page.
Thank you for helping make Champion Forest a great place to live!
– Information on this page is provided by the Community Social Organizations and posted here as a courtesy and does not imply endorsement.