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  • Sunday, February 28, 2016 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The 2016 HHWC Chili Cook-Off was fun and filling!  Seven teams entered seven unique chili recipes and thematic table decor. It goes without saying that everyone, including guests, came in Rodeo attire!


    The Inflation Beaters –Typewriter, 2-Buck Chuck, with northern style chili with cabbage served with green salad – Rosina “Scout”& Don “Ranger” Chevalier

    Firehouse Chili – Texas style chili with firefighter decorations and popper dip – Teresa Matlock (poor ol’ husband LT was late because he was stuck cleaning the kitchen)

    Heights Hobos – Hobo campfire and Frito Pies on meal trays with cabbage and cranberry salad, including peach cobbler crumble – Leah Braden & Sharon Balke, with help from Leah’s husband Bill and camp site designer Martha Holms.

    Jere’s Chili – a double batch of good ole Louisiana style chili and rice with Jere’s special corn bread side – Jere Pfister with serving help from her gracious husband, Ted.

    Texas Maagpies – White chile with carrots (really), plenty of hush puppies and pecan pie bites - Kathy Sandefer and neighbor Sid Moorhead with John Maag cooking

    Sidewinder Chili – Western style chili with delicious sweet cornbread – Niki Palmer and husband cook Matt

    Phil’s Phantastic Beanless Chili – Florida style texas (with small t) chili – Edda Tinis & husband cook Phil

    Chili Winners ...

    1st Place chili – Texas Maagpies

    2nd Place chili – Firehouse Chili

    3rd Place chili – Phil’s Phantastic Beanless Chili

    Table Decor Winners...

    1st Place table – Heights Hobos

    2nd Place table – Texas Maagpies

    3rd Place table – Sidewinder Chili

    The super cute spoon "trophies" were created by co-chair Kristin Netherland.  And for those that needed a break from chili, Lisa Cari provided baked potatoes and sides.

    Four lucky attendees took home the lovely centerpieces. – It was a big success!  Thanks to all cook-off participants and guests!

    You can find more pictures of the event on our FB page.


     Thank you for those that donated items for the Coalition for the Homeless’ Welcome Baskets.

  • Sunday, February 28, 2016 11:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Our first micro-chipping event was well received by the community! Approximately 30 attendees, including those out walking their dogs, stopped by to learn more about pet health via one on one time with our vets and sponsors. We chipped approximately 15-20 pets in just 2 hours! Facebook sensation, Pinky the dog made an appearance and drew a crowd of fans! 


               Thanks to members Rosina Chevalier, Rilla Askew, and Jihye Deveau for volunteering by helping us play with the doggies, register the chips and answer questions! 

    Many thanks to our sponsors that gave up their only day off to help our community be responsible pet owners.

    Thank you Dr. Lucy Faulkner and Dr. Christie Cornelius! 



    Featured in The Leader!

  • Wednesday, April 09, 2014 12:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, several of our members met at the clubhouse to stuff 100 toiletry bags for the women at Star of Hope Mission. The bags were delivered the next day to the SOH Distribution Center downtown.

    Over the past 3 years, as one of the club’s on-going community service projects, dedicated members of the HHWC have made and distributed close to 1,000 toiletry bags for the women at Star of Hope Mission. Members of both the Heritage and Evening groups make up the roster of this volunteer effort. There are 3-4 ladies that sew the toiletry bags while the remainder collect and supply the contents.

    This HHWC group, Sisters in Stitches, continues to work towards their goal of providing 100 bags to Star of Hope Mission each quarter. While the goal was achieved in the first quarter of this year with the delivery in March, the group needs our help as they have exhausted all existing supplies.

    Donations of needed items as well as cash donations to buy the needed supplies would be greatly appreciated. 

    Here is a list of the items needed to place into each bag:

    1. Travel size shampoo
    2. Travel size conditioner
    3. Travel size lotion
    4. Toothbrush
    5. Toothpaste
    6. Deodorant
    7. Travel size tissue
    8. Bar soap
    9. Razor
    10. Comb
    11. Prayer card

    To donate items or make a cash donation, please contact Anna Gay at

    If you are interested in joining Sisters in Stitches on this or other sewing projects, look for their next meeting date in our Events.
  • Thursday, March 20, 2014 10:52 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    On March 6, the Houston Heights Woman's Club welcomed members, neighbors, and friends to the Clubhouse for an open house.

    As part of the HHWC's dedication to community service, the Club hosted a suit drive to benefit Dress for Success Houston, a nonprofit organization that provides interview-appropriate suits and career development to disadvantaged women seeking employment. Dress for Success Houston understands that if a woman doesn’t have a job, she can’t afford a suit. But, without a suit, she can’t get a job! By donating interview-appropriate suits to our Suit Drive, members and guests helped low income women in our community get on the road to success!

    More than 2 dozen suits, plus purses, blouses, shoes and scarves were collected. Additionally, there was $150 in cash donations that will help the organization buy suits in hard to find sizes. 
    The HHWC is thrilled that we were able to partner with a new organization to help women! 

    If you would like more information on Dress for Success Houston, please visit their new website at
    You may also view a suit drive video by clicking on the link


    If you would like to see more photos from the event, please visit the Facebook Album

  • Tuesday, February 18, 2014 12:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Our neighborhood has some of the most lovely bike trails in town. 
    Member Ellen Patton would love for you to join her to explore them!

    Ellen is trying to form a small group of women who would be interested in bicycling the Nicholson trail 1-2 mornings a week as the weather improves. This would be for light exercise and enjoyment; more leisurely riding than high impact. (6-8 miles a ride)

    If you would like to join or have questions for Ellen about her idea, you can find her contact information in the Directory. 

    Not a HHWC member with Directory access? Email and we're happy to help!

  • Wednesday, January 08, 2014 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Happy Hours have become one of the Club's most popular events! Held at restaurants in the Heights (most often at Shade on 19th Street), these casual gatherings are a great way to mingle with friends and Club members. Because there is no program or agenda, it's also a great event to bring friends who might be interested in joining. Prospective members can meet current members and find out more information in a fun, casual environment. 


    Happy Hours are posted on the events calendar here and also on our Facebook page

    Check out our photo albums for more great pictures of Happy Hour and other club events!

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Upcoming events

Thursday, November 15, 2018 5:30 PM • AG Antiques, 313 W 19th Street
Saturday, November 24, 2018 10:00 AM • The Clubhouse
Saturday, December 01, 2018 10:00 AM • The Clubhouse
Wednesday, December 05, 2018 7:00 PM • Stages Repertory Theatre, 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite 101
Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:00 PM •
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