A new soccer program offered this spring at Armstrong Elementary School is giving young girls the opportunity to get active, while building self-esteem and friendships. Thirty (30) fifth-grade girls take part in the program, meeting once a week after school to play soccer and have fun socializing with each other. Data Specialist Callie Day and […]
Chick-fil-A opened a new Richmond stand-alone restaurant on June 19 at 5644 West Grand Parkway South. Owner/Operator Cliff Parker awarded free, one-year supply of Chick-fil-A meals to each of the 100 adults who made it through. Featuring the chain’s newest interior and kitchen design, the new location has indoor seating for 132 with additional outdoor […]
Sugar Land Councilman Harish Jajoo was appointed Sugar Land’s Mayor ProTem earlier this month. Sugar Land’s Mayor Pro Tem is appointed on a rotating basis and by majority agreement.
And the winner is…Ashley Anderson! This is what was heard in Kingwood last January when Ashley Anderson won the title of Miss Northeast Houston and the honor to compete for Miss Texas this summer. Ashley had to participate in interview, physical fitness in swimsuit, talent, and on stage question. In addition to winning the crown, […]
Madison Taylor, a Clements High School ninth-grade student, is among 86 outstanding student leaders from across the state to successfully complete Education in Action’s 2013-2014 Lone Star Youth Leadership Council program. Members participated in the Lone Star Leadership Academy, a weeklong leadership development program offered during spring and summer breaks by Education in Action. During […]
The Rosenberg Rotary Club honored Enrique Ramon, who has been the club’s treasurer for nine years. The presentation was made Wednesday at the club’s regular meeting. Making the presentation was Ginger Johnson, left, the past president of the club.
The Rosenberg Rotary Club presented a check for $250 to Boy Scout Treeank Patnaik, a freshman at George Ranch High School. Patnaik’s Eagle Scout Project is to construct eight blue bird houses to be placed on two nature trails at the park. Presenting the check is Ginger Johnson, the club’s past president.
Michelle Zvonkovic of Sugar Land was awarded the Air and Waste Management Association, Gulf Coast Chapter Scholarship at the 2014 Forestry and Environmental Science Awards Convocation at Stephen F. Austin State University. Zvonkovic, a sophomore studying environmental science at the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, is a second generation SFA Lumberjack. Her parents, […]
Monday, 2014, Boy Scouts Troop 731 honored 12 of its recent Eagle Scouts during a Court of Honor. These scouts, pictured on the right, earned the highest rank in Boy Scouts. Scoutmaster Eric Wey said, “It has been an honor to be part of the Journey to Eagle for each of these young men. Each […]
Faculty and staff at Baines Middle School are spreading a positive message across their campus that promotes character development among students. As part of their “Kindness Campaign,” the faculty and staff can be seen wearing their “Be Sweet and Kind at All Times” t-shirts each Thursday to help spread kindness throughout the school. Baines P.E. […]