Thank you, Fort Worth Parks Department, for attacking the ants in Oakhurst Park!!!
Perfect morning in Oakhurst Park as FOOP planted fresh flowers! Even the frogs 🐸 & dogs 🐕 were out and about enjoying our beautiful park! And... A sweet neighbor who recently lost her husband drove by and said "Thank You FOOP!" as she donated $100 to help keep the grass green and the flowers blooming in Oakhurst Park!!!!
Time to Shoot Hoops!
Go check out the new basketball backboard the CFW Park Department partnered with FOOP to install in Oakhurst Park! The old one was over 30 years old and served as the practice board for multiple college scholarships including one to SMU won by a neighors daughter! So...Plamer H. keep practicing! Thank you FOOP & CFWPD.
Hi, friends & neighbors!
As most of you know, Oakhurst Park is the “heart” of Oakhurst. But, did you know that Friends of Oakhurst Park (FOOP) is the service organization that takes care of Oakhurst Park and donations to FOOP pay for irrigation, maintenance and improvements to our beautiful park?
FOOP does not receive funding from Oakhurst Neighborhood Association (ONA), the Oakhurst Alliance of Neighbors Neighborhood Redevelopment Organization (NRO), or any area neighborhood association or re-development organization. FOOP relies solely on the generosity of friends and neighbors.
Since its inception just three short years ago, FOOP, as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has accomplished amazing things for Oakhurst Park!
This past month, during our Spruce Up Oakhurst Park project, FOOP planted five crepe myrtle trees and seven pallets of grass!
FOOP donors work tirelessly, year-round with Mark Buse & Pecan Creek Landscape to make sure Oakhurst Park is a lovely, well-maintained venue for all area neighbors to visit, play, picnic and hold social events such as the ONA annual Easter egg hunt, Santa in the Park, Halloweenie Roast, 4th of July celebration, etc.
So, neighbors: PLEASE HELP KEEP OAKHURST PARK “SHADY!"
Donate to FOOP and add your name to the list of neighbors and friends who help keep the grass green and the flowers blooming in Oakhurst Park!