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September Message From THCA President Cody Doege

Greetings All! It seems that change is in the air! Not quite as hot as it normally is and a bit more wet than normal for this time of the year. School is back in session and Life is great here in Tobin Hill. One of many topics that has been on the forefront of discussion of late is the City of San Antonio’s Comprehensive Plan. Many might ask what that Plan is? The City ...

September THCA Public Meeting

Save the date! THCA Public Meeting Thursday September 22 @ 6:00pm At the Pearl Studio in the Full Goods Building: 200 E. Grayson, Suite 115 Social following the Meeting At THE MIX 2423 N. St. Mary’s St. Please Plan to attend and bring a Friend! ...

ECO CENTRO EVENTS September 2016 Open to the Public

ECO CENTRO EVENTS September 2016 Open to the Public *All events located at Eco Centro unless otherwise noted 1802 N. Main (@ Main and Locust), Bus routes 4, 20, and 90 Wednesday, September 7 6:30-8pm Troubleshooting your Irrigation System: Quick Fixes and Money Saving Tips. Learn how your irrigation system functions, how to conserve water, adjust for seasonal changes, avoid runoff, and convert spray system to drip system. Thursday, September 8, 4:30-6:30pm FOTOSEPTIEMBRE Photography exhibit ...

Energy Retrofits for Historic Homes

Below is an article on weatherizing old homes that was reprinted from the King William Association Newsletter of July 2016, used with permission of the author. Tip of the hat ot Ricki Kusher of Tobin Hill for the reference. Historic homes, because of their age and condition, offer considerable potential for energy retrofits that can reduce their energy use and utility costs as well as improve living conditions for their owners. However, few reliable studies ...

H-E-B Is Again Running A Weight Loss Program

The information below is from the Rivard Report, your can read the complete article by clicking here. Need a little nudge to take that first step to a healthier lifestyle? How does $10,000 sound? That’s how much H-E-B will award the final four winners of the 2017 Slim Down Showdown, a 12-week weight loss and healthy habits contest where contestants lose as much weight as possible through exercise and meal planning. H-E-B will select 28 ...
Busting Myths About Oak Wilt

Busting Myths About Oak Wilt

Several myths exist about oak wilt. Arborist Mark Peterson helps set the record straight. The website Garden Style San Antonio has posted an informative article on oak wilt that helps clear up common misunderstanding. To see pictures illustrating various issues with oak wilt, please go to the website here . Below is the listing of the myths and truths Mark writes about. During the last millennium, because of my experience in Dutch elm disease management, ...
Stranger Danger Tip from SAPD Downtown Bike Patrol

Stranger Danger Tip from SAPD Downtown Bike Patrol

This good advice was published recently by the SAPD Downtown Bike Patrol on the Tobin Hill Nextdoor webpage. Thanks to Officer Zuniga #1498 for the thoughts; more details are available on the Nextdoor webpage here. Criminals come up with new schemes all the time to try and get into your home or business and they’ll either use charisma, your good heart or force to do so. PLEASE… be careful who you open your door to ...
Tobin Hill Book Club Meeting

Tobin Hill Book Club Meeting

The Tobin Hill Book Club is scheduled to meet next month on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7:00 PM, at the Galik residence located at 507 E Park Ave. The selected reading for discussion is THE OTHER TYPIST by Suzanne Rindell. If anyone has any questions about the book club, please contact Kell Austin, 210-865-2569, kell.a@sbcglobal.net. Come join us, and bring a friend ...

August Message From THCA President Cody Doege

As time evolves Recycling becomes bigger and better. The City of San Antonio is making it easier to recycle! Or…is it? It is time that we all learn more about Recycling because it seems to be a much bigger priority on doing the right thing. Here in the neighborhood I have had several citizens ask about the confusion of what goes in what container that the city provides. Recycling may not be on the top ...

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