Freddie Woodley, CEO of CX Titan Construction, has been swinging a hammer since before he could drive. As a teenage attendant at a Kansas City True Value, Freddie learned to build simple projects like doghouses. By age 15, he was in the lumberyard operating the forklift and gaining valuable insight into the different materials. Recognizing his talent, a local construction company took him on as an apprentice, where Freddie learned to both build homes and renovate and remodel them.
When three ACES: banker and realtor Nelvin Adriatico, interior designer and realtor Ella Guinhawa and real estate investor and developer Avinash Thadhani came together to create CORE Realty, they had one thing in mind: It’s all about You! “We are a boutique realty firm, dedicated to making the process of buying or selling as comfortable and stress-free as possible.” And when you do walk through their doors, you feel relaxed and at home. Edith offers you water, coffee, or even a glass wine. Then you meet the CORE team, and they want to know your story.
Did you know that The City of Sugar Land has strict guidelines for all of our fabulous food establishments? Among the long list of requirements to pass inspection, all restaurants must provide proof of monthly pest control/extermination.
OMG you guys! Our very own Award-Winning Fort Bend Theatre will be opening Legally Blonde: The Musical at the Stafford Centre July 31st through August 2nd! Legally Blonde is a musical based on the novel Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown and the 2001 film of the same name that starred Reese Witherspoon. Elle Woods, a sorority girl, enrolls at Harvard Law School to win back her ex-boyfriend. Throughout the show, no one has faith in her abilities, but she manages to surprise them when she defies expectations while staying true to herself.
With support from The Pub Fountains, Fort Bend Cares extended its assistance to children and youth in Fort Bend County from financial to physical in the form of a new playground located in Community Park in Rosenberg.
The late Dr. Robert Stewart was one of the founding doctors of Houston Eye Associates—now the largest ophthalmology group in the United States. While providing some of the best eye care in the country, Dr. Stewart allowed his son, Colby, to spend high school summers working as a technician and scribe in his office. “I learned so much those summers,” says Colby. “My father had a special connection with his patients by educating them, and making them feel at ease.” Today, Dr. Colby Stewart MD has followed in his father’s footsteps at Houston Eye Associates, and has blazed a trail of his own in LASIK and cataract surgery.
The Junior Fashionista Board at Pennywise–the resale centers benefiting the Fort Bend Women’s Center–is a fantastic opportunity for students to earn service hours and learn fashion and retail skills. We talked to Jamay Fishbeck, model and volunteer Lead Fashionista, and two of the Junior Fashionistas, Shellcy Chatham and Alyssa Merlos, to get an upclose look at the program.
Anyone who suffers from heel pain knows how miserable it can be. There have even been studies showing a possible causal relationship between depression and chronic pain in this part of the body. It is a condition people frequently describe as “debilitating.”
Dr. Rodney Bell, the choir director at Needville High School, has seen a chiropractor for most of his life. When he moved here several years ago, he started seeing Dr. Steve Harris at Sugar Land Health Center. It was chiropractic adjustment business as usual for Dr. Bell...until this summer
Whether you are a mother, daughter, sister, brother, friend, or coworker...cancer affects us all. That includes two local celebrities who have recently been impacted by this terrible disease, which led them to team with the American Cancer Society for the 6th annual “Couture for the Cause” fashion show this fall. Melissa Wilson has graciously agreed to serve as the Honorary Chair, and Michele Fisher is generously offering her talents to host the event as our emcee.