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November 11, 2017

Thanks for Being a Member!

Whether it feels like fall or not, the Pemberton Heights Neighborhood Association held its Annual Fall Picnic Oct. 22 (unless we were rained out!). As I write this column in late September, the PHNA board and volunteers are in the thick of planning this event in hopes it will give each of us the opportunity to connect with friends and to make new ones in this great neighborhood we call home. The picnic is a benefit of PHNA membership and I want to thank everyone who joi...

February 9, 2017

All of us have defining moments when we were young in the world. Experiences that make indelible marks on who we are, our passions and the life path we pursue. This story is one of those, one that describes an experience in the early 60s of two Pemberton boys and their discovery of the wilds of Shoal Creek.

First aid kit, check. Knife, check. Whistle, check. Bill and I were sticklers for being prepared, and we weren’t going to be caught short this time. Bill had gotten a set of walkie-talkies for...

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