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Homeowner's Meeting
2nd Monday of each Month
Next - October 12th at 7pm
Candlelight Park
1450 Candlight Ln.
Refreshments Provided

October's Speaker

Meet Rhonda Skillern-Jones, our very own HISD Board President, at the HOA Meeting on Monday, October 12th at 7pm.

Rhonda Skillern-Jones was elected to the Board of Education in 2011. She was sworn in as Trustee in January 2012 and served as board secretary in 2012 and 2013, and First Vice President in 2014. She also represents HISD on the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Board of Directors.

Ms. Skillern-Jones, a wife and mother of five children, is a native Houstonian. She earned both a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in clinical sociology from Texas Southern University.

In recognition of her community and district efforts to enhance the lives of Houston children and citizens, she has received numerous achievement awards and honors, and holds membership in several civic and community organizations, including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.

Ms. Skillern-Jones has a strong faith in God and cites her parents as her heroes and role models. She served HISD in a volunteer capacity for 20 years before joining the school board. She has a passion for education and children, and believes that all children deserve an equitable and quality education for a fair start in achieving their life goals.

This is a very good opportunity to get answers if you have questions on neighborhood schools, school zoning, test scores, enrollment caps or magnet application. Ms. Skillern-Jones has been a big influence in the development and success of our own neighborhood schools. Don't miss this chance!

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    Despite Oak Forest being the third largest subdivision in Harris County, living in Oak Forest is remarkably pleasant and neighborly. Our many parks, schools, places of worship and ease of access to the rest of Houston make Oak Forest a great place. Where else can you walk to the park, the grocery store, your child’s school, your church, plus have access to Downtown or The Galleria in less than 10 minutes…and still have a huge yard?

    Security Agreement Signed

    Presidents of Oak Forest and Candlelight Place
    Phil Simmons, President of Oak forest Homeowner's Association and Danny Kennedy, President of Candlelight Place Civic Association, sign security agreement.
    **Le Tour de Oak Forest 2015, Saturday, October 10th at 9am. The bike ride starts and ends at 5050 Acorn Golf Course. Only 50 t-shirts left. Registration starts at 7:30am.**

    OFHA held a Town Hall community meeting to provide an update on S.E.A.L. and promote our security program, When:Thursday, October 1st., Where: St. Stephen's United Methodist Church (2003 W. 43rd St.), What time: 7:00 P.M.
    Please Click Here to download the Town Hall Power Point presentation:

    Greetings from OFHA's Executive Board
    L-R: Former Secretary, 1st Vice President, Troy
    Johnson, President, Philip Simmons, 2nd Vice President,
    Kendal Bezecny, and Treasurer, Michael Tompkins.

    Why should you become a member of

    There are so many reasons why people enjoy living in Oak Forest, and the Oak Forest Homeowner's Association helps support some of what makes it a great neighborhood.  OFHA, Inc. is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit civic organization that fosters safety, friendship, goodwill, and community spirit in our neighborhood. Two ways we do this are through the OFHA association membership and the S.E.A.L. security program.Oak Forest 

    Oak Forest Homeowner's Association membership

    OFHA , Inc. membership helps neighbors stray informed while supporting some of the projects that make our neighborhood special.  Proceeds from OFHA, Inc. membership dues donations and its' fundraisers go into our community.  In addition to administering the S.E. A.L. program, the Association:

    • Maintains neighborhood signage
    • Supports education activities for local schools and school children and assists other organizations with their neighborhood projects.
    • Provides information and a forum for discussing neighborhood land use issue
    • Promotes deed restriction adherence
    • Hosts "mix and mingle activities, along with meetings featuring topics of interest to the neighborhood and neighbors.
    • Promotes our neighborhood as an attractive, unique place to live and visit by celebrating out neighborhood history and having highly visible activities like our Movie in the Park.

    S.E.A.L. Program

    The S.E.AL. program helps raise the level of security in our neighborhood by providing supplemental security to our law enforcement to patrol our neighborhood. The supplemental security is provided in marked cars for high visibility to help deter crime. These patrols are made possible by residents who subscribe to the program. S.E.A.L. subscriber fees are separately maintained and go directly to the cost of providing this program.  OFHA volunteers support the program by devoting many hours assisting in the administration of the program.

    Security Agreement Signed

    Brother's Pizzeria Section Leader Meeting