Welcome to the Lake Houston Ladies Club website!  We are a social organization dedicated to connecting women through monthly luncheon meetings, social activities and interest groups. If you are new to the area, freshly retired, or just looking for some new friends, we hope you will join us sometime!
If you are a member, be sure to log in to access the entire website.  If you are here as a guest, feel free to look around, and use the Contact Us link with questions or for more information!  Thanks for stopping by!

Membership Dues
Posted on Aug 21st, 2018
Dues are now due for 2018/19 LHLC year.
Dues ($25/year) run from September to September. Anyone who has paid after April 2018 will not have to pay dues again until September 2019.    If you want to be able to participate in LHLC activities but are not currently a member, or if you have questions regarding membership, please contact the Membership Chairman by using the "contact us" link above,

 Our first Luncheon of 2018/19 will be September 18th at 10:00am. Check-in begins at 9:45.
This luncheon is focused on meet, greet and catching up about all the fun times over the summer.
Lunch will be a little different this year.  With many request for special needs we will have two options for you to choose from when you RSVP.
September Luncheon:
     Option 1 - Chicken Santa Fe (not blackened), Red Rice, Buttered Green Beans, Side Salad, Roll and Dessert
     Option 2 - Salad (cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, boiled egg, shredded Cheddar with Bacon Ranch or Balsamic on the side, dessert and roll
 Lake Houston Ladies Club has regular monthly meeting from September through May, but do not meet during the summer time.   Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 10:00 at Walden Country Club.
 Cost of the meeting is $17 (members and guests) which covers the cost of the meeting as well as the meal.  There will be more information on this website before the September meeting.
 If you are NOT A MEMBER, we would love to have you attend any of our meetings once they've started back up in September, but please do not use the website to try to "register" .... it won't work!    Here's what you do instead:  If you are interested in more information, or want to join our group, please go to the top of this page where it says "Contact Us", use the pull down to "Membership Chairman" and send a note.  We do have some "interest" groups that continue to meet during the summer (Ladies Day Out Shooting, Bunco, Hand Knee & Foot, Mah Jongg and other games) but you must be a member to participate.  We would love to have you join us.   Membership is $25 a year from September through the following September. Again, use the pull down to contact the Membership Chairman.  
Welcome Back!

Movie Group
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Meet the girls every Wednesday at Deerbrook Mall Food Court for lunch and a movie.
Hand & Foot
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
1pm to 5pm
This fun game is played at Walden every Wednesday from 1:00 - 5:00. Hand & Foot is a version of Canasta. If you'd like to play or even learn to...
Thursday, August 23, 2018
1pm to 4pm
We meet every Thursday at Walden Country Club and play Chinese Mah Jongg from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. The ladies donate $1 or $2 to pay for beverages and snacks...

Monthly Program
Welcome Back
Tuesday, August 21st to Tuesday, September 18th
Welcome Back!
Our September Luncheon, September 18th, will include our General Meeting, Budget Update and a quick review of how to use the Lake Houston Ladies website for great information including new Menu options, membership list and RSVP for luncheon and trip activities.
In addition to catching up with all your friends.
October Luncheon
Tuesday, October 16th
Live for Today, Let's Make the Most of it!
Lee Ann Hyatt, RN, BSN, is a phenomenal and popular speaker who has researched, planned, authored and presented inservices and CEU activities for many years on a variety of health care topics. At our meeting her topic will be : Live For Today, Let’s Make the Most of it! Lee Ann states, “Many of us struggle to live in the present. We find ourselves thinking about our happiness in the past or believe that we will be happy in the future when we accomplish something or reach a certain milestone. As a result, we may be missing the opportunity to truly feel happy… now, in the present moment.” She will discuss this self-defeating behavior and give several suggestions on how we can learn to truly “Live for Today”!