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  Posted on: Wednesday, August 30, 2017
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A Word of Thanks !
Just a sincere word of thanks to all of our members who offered to assist others that were affected by the storms that flooded Houston. Many of you offered, and a few of you were chosen. As it turned out, more members offered help than were needed. Our sincere thank you to all.

As a result, some of our members have reached out and want to help out in any way possible.  Sometimes just a caring phone call is all that is needed, other times, a few hours or days of labor, or simply borrowing a trailer or truck to haul off damaged goods is a lifeline.  Many people have experienced damage who weren't even in flood zones; and accordingly, they had no flood insurance.  

If you need help in any way, please contact our webmaster, Jim Ashby, and he will add your name to a list that he is maintaining.  All we need is a contact phone number, the town (including the part of town for large cities), and what type of help you could use.  Please don't be humble, your fellow members want to help.  

HPROA members who want to assist can simply call those on the list.  With such widespread damage, its possible that there won't be enough helping hands, but we are betting that won't be the case considering the generosity shown to fellow members in the past during times of need.  

If you aware of any member who needs to be on this list, or if you have weather-related damage, please forward that information to Jim Ashby.  Jim can be reached at:, or if you do not have email available by phone at 281-498-3834    

If you can offer any assistance to your fellow members, send an email to  and indicate "I can help" in the subject line.

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