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With a commitment to the neighborhood, residents work with each other and community officials to maintain an active and social lifestyle that is evident by the many clubs, groups and societies available to residents of Quail Valley and surrounding neighborhoods. Quail Valley Proud supports these groups and this website will update this website with the many events that they host. Just click on the images next to the descriptions to visit these websites.
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As a neighborhood with second and third-generation families that also attracts new families, residents Jennifer Obi and Cathy Andreu recognized a need for a moms’ club. With the hope of fostering a greater sense of community within our quaint and nostalgic neighborhood, the group plans to gather throughout the year for special events for kids as well as some occasions for moms. For more info, visit www.qvmomsclub.org.
The Quail Valley Garden Club has been growing a better community since 1972. The group meets monthly from September to May the 2nd Thursday of each month at 9:30am with the monthly program beginning at 10:00am. The Garden Club organizes the annual Quail Valley Backyard Garden Tour in April and raises monies with their annual Caladium Sale. Membership is open to all those interested in gardening. For more information visit the Quail Valley Garden Club website.
Established in 1984, the Quail Valley Exchange Club supports charities in Missouri City and Fort Bend County to include the Escape Center and Fort Bend Casa. The Club also funds college scholarships for area high school seniors and has a “Welcome Home” program for returning veterans. Every home in Quail Valley also receives an American flag each 4th of July. The Exchange Club meets the City Centre at Quail Valley.
A social organization of women who reside in Quail Valley. The Group meets the first Thursday, September through April, at the City Centre at Quail Valley. Meetings begin at 10:00 am for a social hour and the program begins at 11:00 am. Membership is $35 per year.
This is a group for the Members of American Legion Post #294 and guests. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Old Hickory Inn BBQ restaurant located at 3334 FM 1092 (Murphy Rd) in Missouri City, Texas. American Legion protocol is followed for all meetings.