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Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston, Texas

Memorial Park Golf Course is rated as one of the best municipal courses in the nation!

The Golf Course

The 600 acre course has a lighted driving range, putting and chipping greens, a beautiful new clubhouse and a golf museum.

1001 East Memorial Loop Drive Houston Tx 77007, 713-862-4033

Call for tee times – 713-559-2000

Memorial Park Driving Range 

Winter Hours – 6:30am – 8:30pm,  Summer Hours – 6:00am – 10:00pm, Tuesdays – 4:30pm – 8:30pm

Golf Pro Shop

Winter Hours – 6:30am – 5:30pm, Summer 6:30am – 7:30pm, Closed Tuesdays

There is also a Practice Range, Putting Green and Chipping Green. The Golf Course and Putting Green are closed on Tuesday.

Restaurant

Beck’s Prime Restaurant is located next to  the Golf Course and offers food and drink off the course as well as on the course. Beck’s Prime is known for great food, all over Houston.

Meeting Rooms by the Golf Course

This is an excellent location for business meetings, close to Dowtown, Greenway Plaza, The Texas Medical Center and The Galleria. Beck’s Prime has rooms for up to 100 people. For a reservation call 713-8638188.

Homes and Townhomes close to the Golf Course

You can easily search for Homes & Townhomes under our Golf Course tab and I can set you up to receive new listings every day.

Nannette Delaney nan@houstonhomes.com 713-952-2244

If You Missed the Herman Cain & Newt Gingrich Debate in The Woodlands, Tx (see link to replay) hosted by Texas Tea Party on November 5, 2011

REPLAY LINK: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/CainNew

 Appearing before the Texas Tea Party Patriots, Cain and Newt Gingrich will engage in what’s being billed as a modified Lincoln-Douglas-style debate about Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

“The focus of this event is not about gossip,” Julie Turner, president of Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC told Yahoo News. “It’s going to be about entitlement reform.”

The event also should give Cain the chance to show that he can discuss major policy issues in full and correct detail, something he’s had trouble doing.

“They’ll have extensive time to debate back and forth on the merits of each others’ plans,” Turner said. “No more talking points. It’s going to be far deeper.” C-SPAN is broadcasting the two-man debate.

Meanwhile, Cain pulled back from what would have been another closely-watched media event: the scheduled appearance of his wife Gloria Cain on Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” Friday.

Even in the friendly atmosphere of Fox, Mrs. Cain – described by her husband as “an absolute gem … 200 percent supportive of me for 43 years” – no doubt would have been questioned about the sexual harassment allegations against Cain. (Not to mention her record of voting for some Democrats, including Barack Obama.)

“The conventional wisdom in crisis management is to keep your mouth shut until you get all the facts and know what the truth is, then come out with one story that you repeat incessantly and that doesn’t change,” Republican pollster Whit Ayers told Michelle Cottle of The Daily Beast. “The Cain story has changed not just daily but almost hourly.”

One wonders if Cain appreciates the comments of some of his supporters in the media.

Speaking of Democrats, conservative writer Ann Coulter has suggested that “our blacks are so much better than their blacks” – which could be taken as stereotyping.

Rush Limbaugh said “shame on you” to Republicans who “piled on Herman Cain when nobody knew the facts” about the sexual harassment allegations.

In fact, most Republicans apparently have dismissed the allegations as a partisan attack on one of their leading presidential candidates.

“People are so much more focused on the economy,” Iowa Republican Jason McKibben told the Associated Press. “They’re tired of gutter politics.”

Houston Museum of Natural Science – Snow in Houston,Tx for Santa

ABOUT THE MUSEUM 

The Houston Museum of Natural Science houses the Burke Baker Planetarium, Wortham IMAX® Theatre, Cockrell Butterfly Center and over a dozen permanent exhibit areas that examine astronomy, space science, Native Americans, paleontology, energy, chemistry, gems and minerals, seashells, Texas wildlife and more. In addition, the museum frequently presents traveling exhibitions on a variety of topics. One Houston Circle Houston, Tx 77030——713-639-4629

 The Museum also maintains two satellite facilities: The George Observatory in Fort Bend County, which houses one of the largest telescopes in the country that is available for public viewing; and The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, which has exhibits on dinosaurs; mineralogy; exotic, live insects and more.

Museum Happenings  12/3/2011 10:00am – 4:00pm

Snow Flurry!

Frolic in 80,000 pounds of snow Snow in Houston?!?

Only Santa and his reindeer can make that miracle happen – and guess what? They do, every year, with 80,000 lbs. of snow on the HMNS lawn! Don’t miss your chance to make snow angels, see a live reindeer, and meet Santa himself at the kids-rule, no adults-allowed, greatest winter wonderland in town. Only at the Houston Museum of Natural Science!

Call or email me for homes close to the Museum District. nan@houstonhomes.com 713-952-2244

 

 

 

 

 

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