About Us

Tamina Community Center was organized in August of 1998 as a non-profit organization by the state of Texas.

Located in the historic Tamina community of Montgomery County, Texas, the Center provides children, their parents and the entire community with access to valuable educational resources and other services.

1997

  Tamina park on 3rd Saturday for recreation, about 15-30 kids (Summer)

1998

  Began using trailer house after father died in December 1997

  Organized The Community Center. 72 kids in summer program (Aug)

1999

  Started Food Pantry and clothes Shop

  Started Boy scouts Troop #1871

2001

  Grand opening-New Computers from Montgomery College (Dr. Bill Law, President)  

  Computer and GED prep classes for adults (May 1)

2002

  Received the Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major from St. Paul Baptist Church
  in the Woodlands eby Tim Milton Sportscaster, Houston TV 13

2003

  Received from Entergy the "Making thing Brighter Award"

2004

  Received the "Savvy Award" from Foley's and the Houston Chronicle

  Received the local Parade/ NFL "Community Quarterback Award' and $11,000 for
  The Tamina Community Center

  Received the National Parade/NFL "Community/QuarterBack Award". Featured
  in Parade Magazine a week before the super bowl. Received two free game
  tickets and $25,000 for the Tamina Community Center.

  The Tamina Community Center moved out of two bed room trailer into a new
  building that was donated by a group of concerned and caring men (Oct)

2005

  Received State of Texas Child Day Care Licensing for age 3 and up

2006

  Started Child Nutrition Program through state of Texas (Food program for
  daycare and summer food service)

2007

  Received the Jefferson Award from Channel 2 News TV Station, the Unsung
  Hero in their community.

2008

  Chosen by channel 2 News to travel to Washington D.C. to represent Houston
  at the Jefferson Award National Ceremony

2009

  Started the Community Wellness Program (Senior Citizens) & Youth

  Started Senior Lunches

2012

  Grand Opening of our New Classrooms and Fitness Room.


2014 -Started before and after school only ( no more all day child care) .During the summer and Christmas only.


 


History


18955 Main St, Conroe, TX 77385  |  (281) 465-4646 

Staff **  Shirley Grimes/Director

Our Founder and Director
Shirley Grimes

"It all began when I noticed that we had nothing positive for our children; grades dropping for lack of homework help, poor clothing attire, children needing food, parents dropping kids off at places that were not safe. I prayed that some help would come. I never thought that God would lead me to start a program to assist the community and surrounding area."


Director:     Shirley Grimes

   Volunteers;   Ranson Grimesjr. 

                          Ranson Grimes sr.

     Laurel Stevens **William hinterminster **

     Wendy Dempsey **Vetter Anita **Virginia Grimes


 

 

Board of Directors

President:

Vice-President:

Treasurer:

Secretary:

Member:

Member:

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Ranson Grimes

Odessa West

Allison Brown

Virginia Mitchell

Norman Freeman

Shirley Dickerson

 Lener Freeman


Past & Present Partners

National Charitable Roundtable, Inc. [NCR]

Entergy Corporation of Texas

Newcomers of The Woodlands

First Presbyterian Church

Mark and Judith Cook Foundation

The Church of Alden Bridge 

The Woodlands Charitable Foundation

Sam's Club - Shenandoah, TX (The Walmart Foundation)

Grace Presbyterian  / The Woodlands

The Patrick and Susan Blough Charitable Fund


Kwik Serve  @ Hanna/Woodson rd.

 The Trull  Foundation





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