Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Sunday, March 3, 2013
A new band is scheduled for this year. The local group "Butch Kaufman and Friendz" will perform in the gazebo from 7 - 9 PM. Butch Kaufman is the former lead singer for the Monarchs, the group who recorded the hit single "Look Homeward Angel". It should be a fun and entertaining evening. Stay tuned for more information on this years event.
Monday, February 25, 2013
We are now in the process of applying for another $25,000 Metro NDF Grant through District 19 Councilman Jerry Miller's office. If approved a new NDF Grant would reduce the matching funds deficit to $8,710. Since there is no guarantee that this application will be approved we will, despite the difficulty, be looking for ways to replace the $25,000 and more through fundraising projects and donations. Woodland Hills general funds will not be used to replenish the matching funds account unless absolutely necessary to retain the Federal Grant.
Going forward subsequent grants and fund raising projects will be sought to enable the City to fund the balance of the project, phases II and III. We will continue to keep residents informed on the progress of this project and its funding.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
A couple of weeks ago a family was seen having a very nice family portrait taken in our gazebo. Now, more than ever, would be a great time to have family pictures taken with the lights in the background. The lights come on each evening at 5:30 PM.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Monday, October 29, 2012
Thursday, October 25, 2012
|from left to right: Woodland Hills Mayor David Tilford, |
Tommy Henninger, District 19 Councilman Jerry Miller.
Tommy's mother, Kathleen Henninger says that Tommy "did play on the 10U East Louisville Bats team" over the summer.
For the upcoming summer of 2013 "he will be playing on the 11U Louisvlle Shockers. He plays 3rd, 1st, and pitches".
Tommy has been playing baseball since the age of 5 and began playing competitively since he was 7. "His coach of the new team (Louisville Shockers) is Tony Wagner."
|from left to right: District 19 Councilman Jerry Miller, Tommy's father Ricky Henninger, |
Tommy's mother Kathleen Henninger, Woodland Hills Mayor David Tilford.
In front: Tommy Henninger, Tommy's sister Katie Henninger.
The Louisville Bats team is a competitve traveling team through East Louisville Sports which is based in Middletown's Crosby Park.
The Louisville Shockers is a competitive team that is not affiliated with a league but is a local team started by Tony Wagner honoring his late brother Andy who played for the original Shockers.
Tommy and his new team will play locally and in away tournaments. "He loves the Louisville Bats and his favorite team is the Reds. He is hoping to make the Crosby baseball team next year and then hopefully go on to play at Eastern. It would be a family dream if he can play ball at UK. This family loves baseball!"
|Right to the catcher!|
Way to go Tommy! We couldn't be more proud!