WBNA Town Hall Meeting
Home Fire Safety with
TCESD No. 2 / Pflugerville Fire Dept.
Thursday, February 23 | 7:00pm
WB Community Center | 2106 Klattenhoff Drive
This critical home fire safety session will immediately follow the WBNA Annual General Meeting. We are so excited to host Asst. Chief Daniel Berger from the TCESD No. 2 / Pflugerville Fire Department. Dan and a few team members will lead an interactive “spring clean and fire safety” presentation. Please feel free to bring kids to this session! Dan has promised to roll “Big Red” down to the parking lot before the meeting. Community members are welcome to view the fire truck up close and meet with the local TCESD No. 2 crew. Truck schedule is dependent on any callouts.
Dan and his crew will also take questions from the audience regarding the current “sales tax” petition being raised in Pflugerville. (Our neighborhood has received two direct mailings on this topic). Please visit the TCESD No. 2 site for more information: https://www.pflugervillefire.org/
We are planning to host the meeting via Zoom if you’re unable to attend in person. A few days prior to the meeting we’ll send meeting and link details via the WBNA Facebook page, the WB Google Group and the WBNA website: http://wbna.us. Stay tuned for more details.
We look forward to seeing YOU there!
Start the New Year Right
Renew your WBNA 2023 Membership
Here’s an easy New Year’s resolution to complete: Take a moment and renew your commitment to the WBNA. Your membership is an investment in our wonderful neighborhood.
All dues collected are returned directly into the community through our traditional events and educational programs. To pay by check, please use the enclosed envelope, the membership form is on the back cover.
It’s easy to renew online at: https://wbna-inc.square.site/ or scan the QR code below.
As a reminder, the WBNA organization is truly a labor of love and operates through a network of dedicated volunteers. Without that dedication, community support, and funds raised through dues and donations, many of the events would not take place. Your membership in the WBNA is essentially your annual pledge to support this wonderful community as membership is voluntary.
Special Thanks for a Wonderful
Wells Branch 2022 Holiday Season!
Community recognition for our fabulous volunteers, participants and vendors
by Margaret Sufke, WBNA President
The WBNA board and a spectacular team of helpful elves went all out this holiday season! Each December the WBNA partners with the WB MUD Parks and Rec. Dept. crew and the WB Friends of the Library to host two big nights of holiday crafts during Luminary Fest! There were 8 large stations offering some traditional favorites and some exciting new ornaments and cards to create. The event ran very smoothly from set-up to close (and all that crafting in between) thanks to dozens of community volunteers. Because the list of names is so long and space here is limited we are going to create a digital Wall of Fame to showcase all our amazing volunteers. Each and every contribution is highly valued and your efforts really shined during the holiday season!
Another sparkling contribution to the holidays was our WBNA Holiday Home Lighting Contest. Once again, friends and neighbors went above and beyond creating dazzling displays. We wanted to take a minute and recognize the vendors who provided donations for the Home Holiday Lighting prize packets. Three holiday cheers for these local area businesses, Home Depot, Malone’s Coffee, Papa John’s Pizza and Tropical Island Ice Cream!
The winning addresses were: Best Use of Lights: 14834 Bescott • Most Traditional: 2006 Crystal Shore • Most Elaborate: 3201 Bratton Ridge Crossing • Most Energy Efficient: 14816 Montoro • Most Visible from Outer Space: 2209 Taylor Simonetti • Most Original: 3620 Texas Topaz • Most Patriotic: 15417 Cadoz Dr • Most Whimsical: 2313 Spring Wagon. Congratulations to one and all! The real winners were the Wells Branch community members who got to enjoy all the amazing displays. Thank you to all who contributed so much to participate, the whole neighborhood really sparkled!
Wishing you all the best for 2023!
– The WBNA Team