About Lake Conroe

Lake Conroe
Being so close the a metropolitan area as large as Houston, the Lake Conroe area has experienced incredible growth and transformation over the last quarter century. Some of the finest residential developments in the country have sprung up around the picturesque shores and wooded terrain surrounding the lake. Neighborhoods such as April Sound, Walden, Del Lago, Bentwater, Seven Coves, Grand Harbor, Point Aquarius, and Corinthian Point have become sources of the most sought after residential real estate in the Houston metropoloitan area. Many of Lake Conroe’s communities have superior golf courses and tennis facilities as well as the usual water amenities like marinas and boat launching. Jetski Lake ConroeThe Woodlands master planned community just south of the lake has contibuted both business and population incentives to families desiring to live the “good life” on Lake Conroe. With an ever increasing income base generated from the attractive business environment the area offers and the superior school districts educating our children, Lake Conroe’s growth has only just begun! Lake Conroe is located approximately one hour north of downtown Houston (via IH-45). Extending 21 miles in length and covering 21,000 surface acres, Lake Conroe is the reserve drinking water supply for the City of Houston and offers clean, clear water for a large variety of recreation (boating, fishing, hunting, golfing, swimming, water skiing, jet skiing, pleasure boating, etc.). Luxurious hotels and condominiums, quality RV Parks, waterfront boat storage with valet launching, luxurious waterfront real estate developments are only a few of the attractions to this exceptional man made Lake only 60 minutes north from Houston via IH-45.
Area History

HISTORY OF CONROE In 1881, Houston lumberman Isaac Conroe established a sawmill on Stewart’s Creek two miles east of the International-Great Northern Railroad’s Houston-Crockett line on a tract of land in the J. Smith survey, first settled in the late 1830’s. A small tram line connected the mill to the track, but Conroe soon transferred his operations down the tracks to the rail junction, where his new mill became a station on the I-GN. In January 1884, a post office was established at the mill commissary. At the suggestion of railroad official H.M. Hoxey, the community took the name Conroe’s Switch, in honor of the Northern-born, former Union cavalry officer who founded it and served as its first postmaster. Within a decade, the name was shortened to Conroe.In the mid 1880’s, the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway extended its Navasota-Montgomery spur eastward through the town, which thus became the only junction of major rail lines in the county. A lumber boom beginning in the late nineteenth century in the Piney Woods of eastern and central Montgomery County attracted scores of settlers to Conroe. In 1889, Conroe replaced Montgomery as the county seat. A residence donated by Isaac Conroe served as a temporary courthouse until a permanent brick structure could be erected in 1891.By 1892 the community had become a shipping center for lumber, cotton, livestock and bricks. It had five steam-powered saw and planing mills, several brickyards, a cotton gin, a gristmill, and several hotels and general stores. The Conroe Independent School District was established and by 1896 the community’s first weekly newspaper, the Courier, had been founded.

By 1900, Conroe was Montgomery County’s largest community. It was incorporated in 1904 with a population of 1,009, and its first mayor and city council were elected the following year. In 1906, the first electric lighting appeared in the town when an electrical generating plant was constructed on nearby Stewart’s Creek.

The prosperity of the local agriculture and timber industries in the early twentieth century enabled Conroe to continue its rapid early growth despite severe fires in 1901 and 1911, which destroyed much of the business district near the courthouse square. After a few years of sustained growth, the town’s prosperity was threatened in the late 1920’s by the dwindling of the improperly managed local timber supply. Then in 1930 the spreading effects of the Great Depression struck Montgomery County, drastically curtailing lumber production and forcing many mills to close. In November 1930, Conroe’s only bank abruptly failed and pushed many residents and institutions into financial doldrums for many years.

The community’s fortunes improved on December 13, 1931, when George W. Strake discovered oil seven miles southeast of town, thus marking the opening of the Conroe Oilfield and triggering an oil boom in the county. Within weeks the local economy had revived, and the Conroe school district, rescued from financial distress by the discovery of oil within its boundaries, became one of the wealthiest in the state.

The oil revenues and population influx of the 1930s lent Conroe a boomtown atmosphere. It briefly claimed more millionaires per capita than any other town in the United States. During the early 1930s, the streets were paved for the first time and US Highway 75 was extended through the town. The ornate Crighton Theatre was erected on the courthouse square in 1935 and in 1936 a new courthouse was constructed. These structures still stand today as a testament to the town’s early history.

HISTORY OF LAKE CONROE

Lake Conroe is on the west fork of the San Jacinto River. It was built as a joint project of the City of Houston, the Texas Water Development Board, and the San Jacinto River Authority in 1973 as an alternate water source for the City of Houston.

The lake has over 22,000 acres of surface water, is 26 miles long and 6 miles wide at the widest point. The average depth of the lake is 20 feet deep; the deepest spot is 70 feet in the river channel. There are 157 miles of shoreline along Lake Conroe.

The lake is bordered on the north by Sam Houston National Forest, which provides an abundance of wildlife such as deer, several species of birds, even alligators. The lake has some of the best fishing around with species such as blue, channel and flathead catfish; striped, white and large-mouth bass; crappie and smallmouth buffalo.

For more information on the lake, please contact the San Jacinto River Authority at
936-588-1111.

HISTORY OF MONTGOMERY

Prior to 1837, Montgomery was a trading post situated a mile north of its present site. Owen and Margaret Montgomery Shannon, colonists with Stephen F. Austin, settled and traded with the Indians. Montgomery is Texas’ third oldest town. In its early days, Montgomery was the trade center for a large farming area, where stagecoach, railroad and telegraph lines crossed. Civic and religious organizations came early, as well as the first school in 1839. In 1848, the city was incorporated, and in 1842 the first Protestant parsonage in Texas was built there. In the 1850’s, Montgomery experienced a building boom with some of the fine homes remaining today. Descendants of original or early owners still occupy them in many instances. The Civil War halted progress, but by 1900, numerous mercantile establishments were in business, as well as three cotton gins, railroads active with freight and passengers, five hotels and boarding houses, doctors, dentists and lawyers. Later when the railroads by-passed Montgomery and the county seat moved, it reverted back to a quiet, peaceful little town that is loaded with history.

HISTORY OF WILLIS

The township sprang up when the Houston and Great Northern Railroad decided to run a track from Houston to Chicago and the Willis brothers donated their land in 1870 to the railroad. Willis won the county seat from Montgomery in 1874, however, the courthouse was never moved to Willis and in 1889 was moved permanently to Conroe. The tobacco industry plays a vital role in Willis’ history. Around the turn of the century, there were several cigar factories and tobacco was the number crop grown for many years. In fact, Willis cigars won first prize at the Columbia World Exposition and were popular throughout the world. At the demise of the tobacco industry following the imposition of tariffs, Willis returned to its first industries of timber and farming.

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Area Events

  • February 6, 2016 – MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S
    8:00 pm, The Owen Theatre
  • February 6, 2016 – The LimeTraders
    9:00 pm, The Corner Pub
  • February 6, 2016 – Tia McGraff
    9:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • February 7, 2016 – Aubrie Lynn
    10:00 am, The Red Brick Tavern
  • February 7, 2016 – MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S
    2:00 pm, The Owen Theatre
  • February 8, 2016 – Blue Monday featuring Charles Peters
    7:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • February 8, 2016 – Charles Peters
    7:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • February 9, 2016Mardi Gras at The Woodlands Children's Museum!
    10:00 am, The Woodlands Childrens Museum

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The first April Sound Ladies Association luncheon of 2016 was held this past Wednesday in the Lakeside Room, but it was really the ending of our 2015 year. Traditionally the January luncheon is a time for giving special awards and honoring the out-going President, as well as recognizing the Interest Group leaders. The theme for the day was “We’re Wild about April Sound!” Those attending were asked to wear animal prints and, as you looked around the room, there was a vast array of “wild” patterns. Renee Johns and Judy McGown, table decoration chairpersons for the year, had adorned each table with animal print bags holding colorful tissues which were given to a selected person at each table. The program included informational talks from Club General Manager Kevin Foster, Director of Security Hector Barrera, General Manager of the Property Owners Association Lisa Murillo, and Civic Association President Ann Marie Ricci. Each person gave a summary of important facts about their position that would be interesting to all April Sound residents.


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The first April Sound Ladies Association luncheon of 2016 was held this past Wednesday in the Lakeside Room, but it was really the ending of our 2015 year. Traditionally the January luncheon is a time for giving special awards and honoring the out-going President, as well as recognizing the Interest Group leaders. The theme for the day was “We’re Wild about April Sound!” Those attending were asked to wear animal prints and, as you looked around the room, there was a vast array of “wild” patterns. Renee Johns and Judy McGown, table decoration chairpersons for the year, had adorned each table with animal print bags holding colorful tissues which were given to a selected person at each table. The program included informational talks from Club General Manager Kevin Foster, Director of Security Hector Barrera, General Manager of the Property Owners Association Lisa Murillo, and Civic Association President Ann Marie Ricci. Each person gave a summary of important facts about their position that would be interesting to all April Sound residents.


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The first April Sound Ladies Association luncheon of 2016 was held this past Wednesday in the Lakeside Room, but it was really the ending of our 2015 year. Traditionally the January luncheon is a time for giving special awards and honoring the out-going President, as well as recognizing the Interest Group leaders. The theme for the day was “We’re Wild about April Sound!” Those attending were asked to wear animal prints and, as you looked around the room, there was a vast array of “wild” patterns. Renee Johns and Judy McGown, table decoration chairpersons for the year, had adorned each table with animal print bags holding colorful tissues which were given to a selected person at each table. The program included informational talks from Club General Manager Kevin Foster, Director of Security Hector Barrera, General Manager of the Property Owners Association Lisa Murillo, and Civic Association President Ann Marie Ricci. Each person gave a summary of important facts about their position that would be interesting to all April Sound residents.


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The first April Sound Ladies Association luncheon of 2016 was held this past Wednesday in the Lakeside Room, but it was really the ending of our 2015 year. Traditionally the January luncheon is a time for giving special awards and honoring the out-going President, as well as recognizing the Interest Group leaders. The theme for the day was “We’re Wild about April Sound!” Those attending were asked to wear animal prints and, as you looked around the room, there was a vast array of “wild” patterns. Renee Johns and Judy McGown, table decoration chairpersons for the year, had adorned each table with animal print bags holding colorful tissues which were given to a selected person at each table. The program included informational talks from Club General Manager Kevin Foster, Director of Security Hector Barrera, General Manager of the Property Owners Association Lisa Murillo, and Civic Association President Ann Marie Ricci. Each person gave a summary of important facts about their position that would be interesting to all April Sound residents.


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In this article I want to tell you about a very unique musical experience that could be yours and that is coming soon. Several April Sound residents who are members of the Montgomery County Choral Society, the Chancel Choir or the Inspiration Choirs of the First United Methodist Church of Conroe will be presenting “Requiem for the Living” at the Church on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 11 a.m. This is a totally free performance, open to the public, and all are invited to attend. Accompanying the 70-plus singers will be a chamber ensemble consisting of flute, oboe, violin, cello, horn, percussion and organ. “Requiem for the Living” is a beautiful work recently composed by Dan Forrest which has quickly received acclamation across the United States and abroad. Ann Lee, Director of MCCS and the music at the church says, “The ability of this particular music to make an instant and emotional connection with both singer and listener has made it a popular programming choice for choral concerts. Experiencing the power of the music compels one to return to it time and again.” This is certainly true for all those participating in the practices as we work to perfect the music for the concert.”


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In this article I want to tell you about a very unique musical experience that could be yours and that is coming soon. Several April Sound residents who are members of the Montgomery County Choral Society, the Chancel Choir or the Inspiration Choirs of the First United Methodist Church of Conroe will be presenting “Requiem for the Living” at the Church on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 11 a.m. This is a totally free performance, open to the public, and all are invited to attend. Accompanying the 70-plus singers will be a chamber ensemble consisting of flute, oboe, violin, cello, horn, percussion and organ. “Requiem for the Living” is a beautiful work recently composed by Dan Forrest which has quickly received acclamation across the United States and abroad. Ann Lee, Director of MCCS and the music at the church says, “The ability of this particular music to make an instant and emotional connection with both singer and listener has made it a popular programming choice for choral concerts. Experiencing the power of the music compels one to return to it time and again.” This is certainly true for all those participating in the practices as we work to perfect the music for the concert.”


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In this article I want to tell you about a very unique musical experience that could be yours and that is coming soon. Several April Sound residents who are members of the Montgomery County Choral Society, the Chancel Choir or the Inspiration Choirs of the First United Methodist Church of Conroe will be presenting “Requiem for the Living” at the Church on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 11 a.m. This is a totally free performance, open to the public, and all are invited to attend. Accompanying the 70-plus singers will be a chamber ensemble consisting of flute, oboe, violin, cello, horn, percussion and organ. “Requiem for the Living” is a beautiful work recently composed by Dan Forrest which has quickly received acclamation across the United States and abroad. Ann Lee, Director of MCCS and the music at the church says, “The ability of this particular music to make an instant and emotional connection with both singer and listener has made it a popular programming choice for choral concerts. Experiencing the power of the music compels one to return to it time and again.” This is certainly true for all those participating in the practices as we work to perfect the music for the concert.”


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In this article I want to tell you about a very unique musical experience that could be yours and that is coming soon. Several April Sound residents who are members of the Montgomery County Choral Society, the Chancel Choir or the Inspiration Choirs of the First United Methodist Church of Conroe will be presenting “Requiem for the Living” at the Church on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 11 a.m. This is a totally free performance, open to the public, and all are invited to attend. Accompanying the 70-plus singers will be a chamber ensemble consisting of flute, oboe, violin, cello, horn, percussion and organ. “Requiem for the Living” is a beautiful work recently composed by Dan Forrest which has quickly received acclamation across the United States and abroad. Ann Lee, Director of MCCS and the music at the church says, “The ability of this particular music to make an instant and emotional connection with both singer and listener has made it a popular programming choice for choral concerts. Experiencing the power of the music compels one to return to it time and again.” This is certainly true for all those participating in the practices as we work to perfect the music for the concert.”


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This last Monday was the final meeting for the Garden Girls of the April Sound Ladies Association. Twenty-four ladies convened at Fajita Jack’s on the lake for lunch and an exciting plant exchange. The day was organized by Kathy Jackson who has done a fantastic job this year as leader of the group. Each lady was asked to bring a plant to exchange. Kathy had numbers on pink poker chips for us to draw from a bag. The game allowed first owner, two steals, then the plant was out of play. There was much giving, taking, triumphs and disappointments until the final outcome when each player went home with a new plant friend to nourish and protect. Marilyn Burns was especially excited with her new rose bush! All through the year Kathy has planned outings to many interesting places. Members of the group enjoyed a tour of the Mercer Arboretum with a fun scavenger hunt for certain plants and trees followed by a picnic lunch; a van trip to the Antique Rose Emporium in Brenham and the Chapel Hill Lavender Farm which included lunch AND a little stop at Texas Star Vineyards; a flower arranging class at Pecan Hill Florist; a visit to Growers Outlet where the owner gave an informative talk about soil preparation; a lovely breakfast at the Club followed by a lovely tour of the gardens and homes of four members. Thanks, Kathy, for a great year! Taking over leadership of Garden Girls for 2016 starting in February will be the mother-daughter team of Christy Kolva and Ashley Gates.


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This last Monday was the final meeting for the Garden Girls of the April Sound Ladies Association. Twenty-four ladies convened at Fajita Jack’s on the lake for lunch and an exciting plant exchange. The day was organized by Kathy Jackson who has done a fantastic job this year as leader of the group. Each lady was asked to bring a plant to exchange. Kathy had numbers on pink poker chips for us to draw from a bag. The game allowed first owner, two steals, then the plant was out of play. There was much giving, taking, triumphs and disappointments until the final outcome when each player went home with a new plant friend to nourish and protect. Marilyn Burns was especially excited with her new rose bush! All through the year Kathy has planned outings to many interesting places. Members of the group enjoyed a tour of the Mercer Arboretum with a fun scavenger hunt for certain plants and trees followed by a picnic lunch; a van trip to the Antique Rose Emporium in Brenham and the Chapel Hill Lavender Farm which included lunch AND a little stop at Texas Star Vineyards; a flower arranging class at Pecan Hill Florist; a visit to Growers Outlet where the owner gave an informative talk about soil preparation; a lovely breakfast at the Club followed by a lovely tour of the gardens and homes of four members. Thanks, Kathy, for a great year! Taking over leadership of Garden Girls for 2016 starting in February will be the mother-daughter team of Christy Kolva and Ashley Gates.


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This last Monday was the final meeting for the Garden Girls of the April Sound Ladies Association. Twenty-four ladies convened at Fajita Jack’s on the lake for lunch and an exciting plant exchange. The day was organized by Kathy Jackson who has done a fantastic job this year as leader of the group. Each lady was asked to bring a plant to exchange. Kathy had numbers on pink poker chips for us to draw from a bag. The game allowed first owner, two steals, then the plant was out of play. There was much giving, taking, triumphs and disappointments until the final outcome when each player went home with a new plant friend to nourish and protect. Marilyn Burns was especially excited with her new rose bush! All through the year Kathy has planned outings to many interesting places. Members of the group enjoyed a tour of the Mercer Arboretum with a fun scavenger hunt for certain plants and trees followed by a picnic lunch; a van trip to the Antique Rose Emporium in Brenham and the Chapel Hill Lavender Farm which included lunch AND a little stop at Texas Star Vineyards; a flower arranging class at Pecan Hill Florist; a visit to Growers Outlet where the owner gave an informative talk about soil preparation; a lovely breakfast at the Club followed by a lovely tour of the gardens and homes of four members. Thanks, Kathy, for a great year! Taking over leadership of Garden Girls for 2016 starting in February will be the mother-daughter team of Christy Kolva and Ashley Gates.


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This last Monday was the final meeting for the Garden Girls of the April Sound Ladies Association. Twenty-four ladies convened at Fajita Jack’s on the lake for lunch and an exciting plant exchange. The day was organized by Kathy Jackson who has done a fantastic job this year as leader of the group. Each lady was asked to bring a plant to exchange. Kathy had numbers on pink poker chips for us to draw from a bag. The game allowed first owner, two steals, then the plant was out of play. There was much giving, taking, triumphs and disappointments until the final outcome when each player went home with a new plant friend to nourish and protect. Marilyn Burns was especially excited with her new rose bush! All through the year Kathy has planned outings to many interesting places. Members of the group enjoyed a tour of the Mercer Arboretum with a fun scavenger hunt for certain plants and trees followed by a picnic lunch; a van trip to the Antique Rose Emporium in Brenham and the Chapel Hill Lavender Farm which included lunch AND a little stop at Texas Star Vineyards; a flower arranging class at Pecan Hill Florist; a visit to Growers Outlet where the owner gave an informative talk about soil preparation; a lovely breakfast at the Club followed by a lovely tour of the gardens and homes of four members. Thanks, Kathy, for a great year! Taking over leadership of Garden Girls for 2016 starting in February will be the mother-daughter team of Christy Kolva and Ashley Gates.


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This is my first article of the new wear, so Happy New Year 2016! My New Year’s wish for all of you is good health, enough wealth, great friends, close families, and lots of new exciting experiences which will lead to happy memories.


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This is my first article of the new wear, so Happy New Year 2016! My New Year’s wish for all of you is good health, enough wealth, great friends, close families, and lots of new exciting experiences which will lead to happy memories.


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This is my first article of the new wear, so Happy New Year 2016! My New Year’s wish for all of you is good health, enough wealth, great friends, close families, and lots of new exciting experiences which will lead to happy memories.


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This is my first article of the new wear, so Happy New Year 2016! My New Year’s wish for all of you is good health, enough wealth, great friends, close families, and lots of new exciting experiences which will lead to happy memories.


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Our April Sound organizations, the Country Club’s Board of Governors, the April Sound Men’s Club and the April Sound Ladies Association have announced their new board members for 2016. At the Annual Board of Governors’ Dinner last Wednesday night, outgoing BOG members were honored as they completed their terms. Larry Schilhab, who has served as BOG Chairman for the last four years, Jerry Wyatt, who also has completed two consecutive terms, and Richard Tibbetts are leaving the BOG and were sincerely thanked for all their volunteer service. New to the Board of Governors and their respective positions are: Vince Hamilton, Facilities; Sandy Abrant, Food and Beverage; and Allyson Allen, Outreach. Fred Hobbs has agreed to serve as BOG Chairman for 2016. Other positions are: Tom Beeckman, Ambassador’s Committee; Wes Weed, Golf; Cindy Dodd, Membership; Gaye Woodyard, Social; and Gary Louie, Tennis and Fitness. These folks will be working closely with Club General Manager Kevin Foster to give member input to the operations of our country club.


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Our April Sound organizations, the Country Club’s Board of Governors, the April Sound Men’s Club and the April Sound Ladies Association have announced their new board members for 2016. At the Annual Board of Governors’ Dinner last Wednesday night, outgoing BOG members were honored as they completed their terms. Larry Schilhab, who has served as BOG Chairman for the last four years, Jerry Wyatt, who also has completed two consecutive terms, and Richard Tibbetts are leaving the BOG and were sincerely thanked for all their volunteer service. New to the Board of Governors and their respective positions are: Vince Hamilton, Facilities; Sandy Abrant, Food and Beverage; and Allyson Allen, Outreach. Fred Hobbs has agreed to serve as BOG Chairman for 2016. Other positions are: Tom Beeckman, Ambassador’s Committee; Wes Weed, Golf; Cindy Dodd, Membership; Gaye Woodyard, Social; and Gary Louie, Tennis and Fitness. These folks will be working closely with Club General Manager Kevin Foster to give member input to the operations of our country club.


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Our April Sound organizations, the Country Club’s Board of Governors, the April Sound Men’s Club and the April Sound Ladies Association have announced their new board members for 2016. At the Annual Board of Governors’ Dinner last Wednesday night, outgoing BOG members were honored as they completed their terms. Larry Schilhab, who has served as BOG Chairman for the last four years, Jerry Wyatt, who also has completed two consecutive terms, and Richard Tibbetts are leaving the BOG and were sincerely thanked for all their volunteer service. New to the Board of Governors and their respective positions are: Vince Hamilton, Facilities; Sandy Abrant, Food and Beverage; and Allyson Allen, Outreach. Fred Hobbs has agreed to serve as BOG Chairman for 2016. Other positions are: Tom Beeckman, Ambassador’s Committee; Wes Weed, Golf; Cindy Dodd, Membership; Gaye Woodyard, Social; and Gary Louie, Tennis and Fitness. These folks will be working closely with Club General Manager Kevin Foster to give member input to the operations of our country club.


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Our April Sound organizations, the Country Club’s Board of Governors, the April Sound Men’s Club and the April Sound Ladies Association have announced their new board members for 2016. At the Annual Board of Governors’ Dinner last Wednesday night, outgoing BOG members were honored as they completed their terms. Larry Schilhab, who has served as BOG Chairman for the last four years, Jerry Wyatt, who also has completed two consecutive terms, and Richard Tibbetts are leaving the BOG and were sincerely thanked for all their volunteer service. New to the Board of Governors and their respective positions are: Vince Hamilton, Facilities; Sandy Abrant, Food and Beverage; and Allyson Allen, Outreach. Fred Hobbs has agreed to serve as BOG Chairman for 2016. Other positions are: Tom Beeckman, Ambassador’s Committee; Wes Weed, Golf; Cindy Dodd, Membership; Gaye Woodyard, Social; and Gary Louie, Tennis and Fitness. These folks will be working closely with Club General Manager Kevin Foster to give member input to the operations of our country club.


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