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Cochran's Crossing Village Association

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This website is a service for the residents of Cochran's Crossing Village, located in The Woodlands, TX.  The Cochran's Crossing Village Association (CCVA) is a non-profit organization comprised of elected volunteer representatives that live in Cochran's Crossing.  CCVA serves as an active resident interface with The Woodlands Township Board of Directors and staff employees. 
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July 4th Celebration Events

  • Waterway Nights
    June 28th
    Waterway Square
    7 - 9 PM
    Fireworks, Live Music & Strolling Entertainers! Enjoy face painters,jugglers, mimes, caricature artists and more! Experience the excitement of earth, wind and water in a synchronized choreography of motion and sound.
Cochran's Crossing Village Association will have a vehicle in the July 4th parade.  Our Scholarship winners will be in a convertible and board members will follow with candy to pass out to spectators. 

The Cochranís Crossing Village Association is pleased to announce the recipients of our two 2015 college scholarships. The students receiving scholarships are Benjamin Miller and Justin Tabarini.

During his high school career, Benjamin was a member of the National Honor Society and the Science National Honors Society. He is also a member of the Rowing Club of The Woodlands where he participated in 11 rowing regattas. Benjamin is also a past member of the Civil Air Patrol. He will attend the University of Texas at Austin and major in Aerospace Engineering and also would like to earn a post-graduate degree. Benjamin would like to work in the aerospace industry.

Justin was a member of the Interact Volunteer Club, Science National Honors Society and Mu Alpha Theta. He was a two-year varsity member of The Woodlands High School Soccer team and a captain with the Texas Rush Soccer Team for the past two years. Justin was also active as a St. Anthony of Padua Life Teen the past 4 years. He volunteered with TOPS Soccer with Special Needs and served as an Interfaith All Star Volunteer. Justin is employed as a Lifeguard with the YMCA. He will continue his studies at The University of Texas at Austin and major in Mechanical Engineering. He would like to live overseas and develop solutions to problems in third-world countries.

CCVA Scholarship Winners