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Mayhem Bronco Division wins PONY District Championship


The Meadows Place Mayhem Bronco All-Stars won the PONY District title this weekend. A balanced offensive and solid defense keyed victories over Kingwood and Huntsville.

Sienna Plantation hosts hundreds of Cub Scouts at Day Camp


Over 230 Cub Scouts ages 7 to 11 participated in the three-day 2014 Thunder Wolf District Day Camp hosted by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sienna Plantation. The “Cubs in Space” themed day camp provided scouts a first step in the camping progression, creating […]

Youth Art classes have fun while learning


T. W. Davis YMCA is sponsoring  community youth  art this year.  Acrylic painting classes are being offered.  The initial  class was  held at the Barbara Jordon Youth Center on Park Rd. in Needville. The second class was held at Meyer Elementary School in Rosenberg. Children gathered together for fun & friendship.  During the class they […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital breaks ground on new orthopedics facility


Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital recently celebrated the official groundbreaking on a new 60,000-square-foot home for Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. The state-of-the-art facility – on the corner of Highway 59 and Sweetwater Boulevard – will allow Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine to move from its current location on Highway 6 and Brooks […]

Gridiron Legends promote Good Health at Brazos Bend Elementary School


Former NFL players are making their way into area classrooms to promote healthy eating habits among students. J.J. Moses, former Houston Texans Kick Returner, and Don Trull, former Houston Oilers Quarterback, recently surprised students at Brazos Bend Elementary School with a visit as part of the Gridiron Legends Fit for Life Program. Presented by Kelsey-Seybold, […]

George Ranch High School’s S.O.S. Club donates to local animal shelters


George Ranch High School started a new club this past Spring Semester called Save Our Stays or, simply S.O.S.  In just one short semester, the students of this club managed to raise over $1,800 for local animal shelters.  The club members share one common goal, a love for animals. Students worked hard all semester holding […]

Highlands Elementary School celebrates “Diversity at Work” at Annual Event


Highlands Elementary School hosted its 23rd Annual Multicultural Parade of Nations and Festival that welcomed many students, staff, parents and community members to a celebration of cultures. This year’s theme, “Diversity at Work: Our School was Built on It,” reflects the school’s proud heritage of embracing people representative of cultures from around the world. The […]

12U Sugar Land Stealth Team preparing for Nationals


For the second year in a row The 12U Sugar Land Stealth fastpitch softball team is Runner-Up in the Class A State Championship.  The girls play out of the Imperial Softball Complex in Sugar Land. The team will prepare for Nationals in Beloxi, MS to be played July 23-27.

Ladybugs held annual Garden Party


The Ladybugs enjoyed their annual Garden Party recently in Sugar Land during the Memorial Day weekend.   Attendees played fun games for prizes, enjoyed delicious refreshments while socializing and strolled among a beautiful garden. If interested in becoming a Ladybug or want to donate needed items, you are welcome to contact the Ladybugs’ founder and coordinator, Vicki Latham, at […]

FBJSL names 2013-2014 Volunteers of the Year!


The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) is pleased to announce that Laura Taylor was recently named as the 2013-2014 Volunteer of the Year.  A member of the League since 2005, Laura has served on a variety of committees and placements within the League and has held numerous leadership positions within the organization. Laura worked […]

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