People from within the U.S. are about to flock into many parts of the Lone Star State, including Fort Bend County. At the moment, we join the nation in mourning. We are grief-stricken, yet hopeful even as things seem to continue to be unraveling. We have problems that need fixing as do so many others in our personal lives in need of attention. Local HOAs in this area, for … [Read more...] about They’re coming to Fort Bend…that’s what’s next
We started out this past weekend with a celebratory and exploratory spirit with the successful launch by SpaceX, the private company that sent its first piloted ship into orbit. But then we cried. It was not joyful tears. Among the saddest parts of the recent protests that took place nationwide in response to the death of George Floyd last week is that we helplessly watched … [Read more...] about Something’s burning … could it be here?
Many have noticed that each month in the year calls for the observance of at least one significant occasion in our society. That’s because there’s a national calendar with a listing for observations, commemorations and designations throughout the year. A total of 1,500 make it into the datebook. So what are we about to celebrate this upcoming month? National Give a Bunch of … [Read more...] about National observances are good reminders that every day’s special
For more than 50 years, The Arc of Fort Bend, comprised of dedicated volunteers and an organizational staff, has been working hard at advancing its role as a reputable advocate that also provides services to persons with special needs – those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Not only does it do that, but it also addresses education, employment, health care, … [Read more...] about Community engagement exemplifies The Arc’s annual fundraiser
The upcoming U.S. Census will take a snapshot of America’s population on April 1, 2020. The census is required by the constitution to take place every 10 years and will count all the people living in the 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories (American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin … [Read more...] about Census about counting all heads, not just citizens