THE WOODLANDS HILLS HONORS ITS SECOND SET OF FOUNDING FAMILIES DURING A FOUNDERS CLUB TREE DEDICATION CEREMONY

The Howard Hughes Corporation honored its second set of 50 founding families in The Woodlands Hills during a special outdoor ceremony held Saturday, November 14 with a tree dedicated in their honor, complete with an individual plaque bearing the family name. 

Representatives from Howard Hughes, The Woodlands Hills Residential Community and the second set of founding families attended the Founders Club Tree Dedication Ceremony, followed by a private dinner and House Concert featuring Texas country artist, Pauline Reese. The ceremony was respectful of socially-distanced guidelines.

The first 50 founding families were honored in a Tree Dedication Ceremony in December of 2019. In total, the Founders Club consists of 100 families, comprised of the first residents of The Woodlands Hills. The trees are spread throughout the award-winning, 17-acre Founders Park.

“We are proud to recognize this second set of the 50 founding families who chose The Woodlands Hills as their new community to call home,” said Heath Melton, Executive Vice President of Master Planned Communities, Residential, for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “These 100 Founders Club members are special neighbors that have formed a solid foundation for this wholesome community that continues to grow and evolve.”

The Woodlands Hills is one of Houston’s newest master planned community in Conroe and Willis, located 13 miles north of The Woodlands. The Woodlands Hills joins The Woodlands and Bridgeland as one of the award-winning master planned communities in the portfolio of The Howard Hughes Corporation.

New homes in The Woodlands Hills are priced from the $230s to over $500s.

Representatives from The Howard Hughes Corporation, The Woodlands Hills Residential Community and the second set of founding families attended the Founders Club Tree Dedication Ceremony in The Woodlands Hills. The ceremony recognized the founding families with a tree in their honor, complete with a plaque bearing the family name.
The Watson family were among the second set of 50 founding families recently honored with a tree and plaque bearing the family name in The Woodlands Hills.
U.S. Army Sergeant Roland Sengstock and his wife, Anne, were among the first founding families, recently honored at the Founders Club Tree Dedication Ceremony in The Woodlands Hills. U.S. Army Sergeant Sengstock and his family were the recipients of a new mortgage-free home in The Woodlands Hills, given to deserving veterans as part of Operation FINALLY HOME.