The Thalia Civic League would like for you and your family to join us and make 2015 the best year for the Thalia Community since the Civic League was formed back in 1953. The Thalia Civic League and the Neighborhood Watch Program:
PROVIDES A DEMOCRATIC FORUM, where residents of Thalia can receive information about and discuss issues that affect the community.
PROVIDES REPRESENTATION for the Thalia community at local, state, and federal Government meetings and functions that affect the general welfare, environment, zoning, and property values of the Thalia area.
PROVIDES THE FRAMEWORK FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH, where neighbors look out for neighbors in an effort to reduce crime in our community.
PRODUCES A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER, which includes news and information on events taking place here in our Thalia Community.
PROVIDES A WEB SITE where you can see in real time the latest news happenings in the Thalia Neighborhood, links to City Council and other interesting places. Click on to (http://thaliacivicleague.org).
Day: The 4th Tuesday four times a year, usually during the months of March, May, September and November.
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Thalia Trinity Presbyterian Church, 420 Thalia Road (across from the Thalia Elementary School)
Membership Dues: Your affordable donation / per year - (what ever you think it's worth to you and the community)
WE HAVE INTERESTING SPEAKERS AND GREAT REFRESHMENTS!
Also, I ask you to become a member of the Thalia Neighborhood
Program. It doesn't cost anything, and it's a really a valuable
preventing crime and providing safety in our community. You need only keep watch on your home
immediate neighbors' homes. Participating
in the Neighborhood Watch
Program means you'll: only have to:
WATCH FOR THE UNUSUAL
Call the non-emergency number: 385-5000 or 911 for an EMERGENCY
Take an active part
in your community, use the Civic
and just check "yes" that you'd
to participate in the Neighborhood Watch Program.