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29th Annual Fort Bend County Vegetable Conference February 6

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Wharton, and Waller Counties will host the 29th Annual Fort Bend County Vegetable Conference on Thursday, February 6, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., in Building “B&C” of the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, 4310 Hwy. 36 South in Rosenberg, Texas.  Registration on or before […]

George Foundation College Scholarship/Financial Aid information seminar set for January 23


High school seniors, parents, youth counselors, and college students of all ages and classifications can learn about scholarships offered by the George Foundation at a free seminar being held Thursday, January 23.  The event takes place on the University of Houston Sugar Land campus in the Susan Ryon Davis Multipurpose Room in Brazos Hall, 14004 […]

HCC Southwest hosts tomorrow’s business leaders

Courtyard Class: Girl Scouts gather in the courtyard of HCC Southwest Stafford Campus for some role playing on cookie sales.

Smart Cookie Terms like business plans, mission statements, customer base, risk management and business ethics are expected in the market place as high powered business types use them every day. But they were the buzz words of a new breed of business leader when  Houston Community College Southwest hosted Cookie College for Girl Scouts of […]

WCJC graduates 23 students in nursing program


Wharton County Junior College is pleased to announce the recent graduation of  23 students from its Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing program offered at the WCJC Sugar Land Campus.The graduates pictured front row left to right include: Kaylyn Schneider of Sealy, Esther Saugar-Velasco of Sugar Land, Katherine Noriega of Guy, Sara Mays and […]

Food handlers course offered February 21

A food handlers course accredited by the Texas Department of State Health Services is being offered by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Food Safety: It’s In Your Hands is being brought to the area by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Fort Bend County. The class is scheduled for Friday, February 21 starting at 9:00 am at […]

Starting your college career: Prepare and place at the right level

Students new to Houston Community College are required to take the new Texas Success Initiative (TSI) assessment test. The TSI Assessment determines new students’ preparation level for reading, writing and math, and places them in the most appropriate level of courses based on their college readiness. Preparing for the TSI Assessment test is critical to […]

Wharton County Junior College registration for classes online January 2 – January 20

Registration in person through January 17 If job training is one of your resolutions for the new year, then now is the time to register for classes at Wharton County Junior College. Registration is available online through January 20, or in-person, January 2 through January 17 at the college’s four campuses located in Wharton, Richmond, […]

Lunches of Love receives grant from FBJSL


The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) recently awarded a $5,000 Community Assistance Fund (CAF) Grant to Lunches of Love (LOL) for their “Weekend Edition”. LOL’s Weekend Edition feeds approximately 700 chronically hungry children on weekends. Many children living in families facing food insecurity rely on school lunches as their only meal of the day. […]

GT Academy Students selected to present at Rice University Poetry Reading 


Thirteen GT Academy students and one Academy alumni presented poetry during a recent poetry reading hosted by Rice University. The students were selected to take part in the event after submitting poetry they wrote based on their experience at the university’s “Words & Art” event, held at the Marshland by Gaia Exhibit, which featured floor […]

WCJC’s 5K Stride and Stroll a success

Wharton County Junior College 5K Stride and Stroll winners include pictured left to right: Richard Delmar of Fulshear, First Place in the 50 and over age category, Debbie Rychlik of Richmond, First Female to finish the race, John Murphree of Richmond, First Place in the 13 and under age category, Jesse Gutierrez of Wharton, First Place in the 30-49 age group category, John Herrera, First Male to finish the race and First Place Male in the 14-29 age group category, Donna Wooten of Wharton, Oldest Female Strider, and Robert Osborne of East Bernard, Oldest Male Strider. Photo by John Dettling, Jr.

The Wharton County Junior College (WCJC) Senior Citizen Program recently held a 5K Stride & Stroll fundraiser with proceeds from the fundraiser benefitting the program. The WCJC Senior Citizen Program provides hot meals and a variety of services to adults 60 year and older who reside in Wharton County.  The stride and stroll raised over […]

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