Houston (Ohio) Community Improvement Association

THANKS SO MUCH for everyone who volunteered their time to help out in the Houston Food Concession at the Shelby County Junior fair.

Thursday, September 3rdour 4th and final summer event

Purpose: Due to the cancellation of most of the Shelby County Fair this year and with over two months of no rental income, we are holding summer fundraisers to help support our building operations fund.

What: HCIA Fundraiser #4, Grill and Kitchen
When: Thursday, September 3
Where: Houston Community Center, 5005 Russia-Houston Rd
Time: 5 – 8 pm or until sold out
Price: $5 meal deal

Grill Menu:
Hamburger or cheeseburger, chips, applesauce
Shredded chicken Sandwich, chips, applesauce
Price: $5

Kitchen Menu:
Beef & Noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans
Price: $5
Drinks – pop or water for $1 extra


We really appreciate your support of the
Houston Community Center

HCIA Trustees and supporters work to prepare meals to be taken to the drive-thru.

The Houston Community Improvement Association Inc. is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to serving the community since 1966.

The Houston Community Improvement Association has a Facebook Page.
Click here and “JOIN US” or “LIKE US”.

What does it mean to be a member of the Houston Community Improvement Association? You’ll find association members helping out with fundraisers at the community center (Spring and Fall dinners), Pizza Nights, Shelby County Fair, and the Lake Loramie Fest. Also, as a ‘Thank You’ to the community, there is always an annual dinner currently in February.

Association Leadership:
President: Phil Cozad (937-658-2860)
Vice-President: Brian Helman (937-308-8271)
Secretary: Tana Ingle (937-418-0948)
Treasurer: Patty Cotterman (937-726-2869)
Interim Rental Agent: Chris Helman (419-953-3746)
Trustee: Tim Jung (937-570-5401)
Trustee: Jessica Schlater  (937-570-4866)

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact one of the officers or trustees.

Houston Community Center available for rental to Houston and the
surrounding communities

Updated: September 2, 2020