Imagine a place where you can hang out with friends and try cool wines without intimidation. A lounge community with a “non-judgy” vibe. No TVS, no clocks...just fun! This is what Paul and Nichole Killingsworth have created with Fort Bend’s own work of art, Vino & Vinyl.
Did you know Katy, TX was originally named Cane Island? The name was officially changed to Katy when it formally incorporated in 1945. Today, almost 75 years later, Rise Communities brings Cane Island back to Katy. Expect the unexpected!
When J.D. Sellers—owner of Optimal Sports Performance (OSP)—built his home nine years ago, there were bugs here and there for the first five years. J.D. says, “I had two different companies come out and both told me I needed to be on their monthly plan to get rid of the bugs. But it didn’t make sense to me. If they were doing their job...the bugs would be gone!”
During the 84th Texas Legislative Session, there was a bill passed to cut $350 million from therapy services given through the Texas Medicaid program which serves medically fragile children with disabilities.
Do you have a secret recipe for great chili? Then it’s time to put it all on the line at the 7th Annual Classic Chevy Sugar Land Chili Cook-off.
The clock is ticking. Almost an hour ago you and your team walked into a room and, using your power of observation and puzzle solving skills, are close to getting out. The question is: Will you solve the last puzzle before the clock hits zero? Will you escape again?
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and Dr. Rachel Ellsworth, head of Colon and Rectal Surgery at our very own Houston Methodist West Hospital, is asking you to “Check Your Backside!” “We are proud to be part of the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable’s ‘80% by 2018’ initiative,” says Dr. Ellsworth. That means 80% of adults aged 50 and older will be regularly screened for colorectal cancer by 2018.
Classic Chevrolet Sugar Land is excited to announce their 7th Annual Chili Cook-Off !! With the growth in popularity and attendance over the past six years, the big event this year will be held on a Saturday!
Only 11% of people diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer survive. “Fifty percent of these patients had no symptoms...This is not an ‘old man’s disease,’ and women and men are affected equally. Yet, it’s 90-95% preventable.”
Shaping the leaders of tomorrow by energizing students to serve their community today is the core of the YIP (Youth in Philanthropy) experience.