Serving the Lake Highlands community since 1969

The purpose of Lake Highlands Women's League is to unite and promote
the Lake Highlands area through service to the community.

LHWL Home Tour 
Kick-Off Party

Date: Thursday, September 17th

Place: Ozona, 4615 Greenville Ave

In the  private club room

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 p.m.

Cost: $25 for one ticket or $45 for two 

6:00 pm Fajita Dinner, Home Tour House Reveal, Music by keyboardist extraordinaire Denny Robinson!

Silent Auction and Sign-n-Go party options will be available from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
(bid winners need not be present to win)

Featured band: Graceland Ninjaz – King of Party Bands www.gracelandninjaz.com
Band begins at 8:30pm

Cost: Dinner Only- $25 /
Dinner only for Two-$45 /
Dinner for one +one concert ticket-$40 / Dinner for two + two concert tickets-$65 / One Concert ticket Only-$20
Limited Tickets available 

Aug.3rd-10th Exclusive registration for LHWL members & spouses/dates
Aug. 11th Open Registration to friends of LHWL
Pay By Monday, September 14th:
cash/check (made to LHWL)/PayPal online to come

For more information or to mail your registration:
Cindy Terrell 9503 Shady Valley, 75238
cindy.terrell@hotmail.com 214-770-6749
Lora Welty  9905 Edgecove Dr., 75238
lorawelty@sbcglobal.net 214-906-8951

For more information, download the PDF.

Scholarships Awarded



Lake Highlands Women’s League members arrived at Lake Highlands High School Tuesday to surprise recipients of their annual college scholarships. When seniors were called out of class and found LHWL committee members waiting, the jig was up – students knew they’d won.

“This scholarship will be so helpful for my parents,” said Madison Wachel, who will enroll at Baylor University next year. “It will relieve some of the stress for them. I feel proud of the work I’ve done in high school, and now I feel like it’s paying off.”

For the complete list of recipients and the rest of Carol Toler's article in The Advocate, click here. Congratulations, students!





Service 
Our membership is committed to volunteerism and meeting the needs of our community. Each active member volunteers at least four times per year at one or more of our many service projects, returning over 800 service hours to our neighborhood.

These opportunities range from mentoring/tutoring students in area schools to providing lunch and entertainment to the elderly in area nursing homes to shelving books at the neighborhood school library.






The date for this year's Holiday in the Highlands Home Tour has been set for December 4. 
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Community Grants Awarded


LHWL Members and Recipients at
Healing Hands Ministries


Lake Highlands Women’s League members visited a variety of neighborhood charities and schools Monday, delivering donations and spreading good wishes. The grants were proceeds from their annual Holiday in the Highlands home tour, which raised a record-setting $213,195. Almost $95,000 was given to community agencies and LH-area schools, and the remainder will be used for college scholarships for LHHS graduates.

Read more about individual grants and see the complete list of awardees. 

Fund Raising



For 36 years, the Lake Highlands Women's League has hosted Holiday in the Highlands, featuring a festive tour of homes in our neighborhood, a delicious luncheon, and marketplace brimming with everything you need to complete your shopping list for holiday gifts or entertaining. 

This well-loved tradition is our only fund-raiser and benefits our local scholarship and community projects.

Click here to become a sponsor.


Heritage

The Lake Highlands Women's League is beginning its 45th year of serving the Lake Highlands community. We currently have 100 active members and 201 sustaining members. We are proud of our organization and the contribution we have made to the Lake Highlands community through our scholarship program and many service projects.

Read more about us.


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