Fort Bend Lawyers CARE (FBLC) Family Law Workshop welcomes low-income residents of Fort Bend County with family law questions and is an open forum. Veterans welcome.
That’s what Sugar Land residents, Tim and Anne Lootens say! “Our new outdoor living area has changed where we spend our time. We can cook full meals outdoors, watch sports on our 60 inch TV, swim, and just enjoy family and friends! It’s also a place for our three daughters to hang out and socialize. We love that they can have a great time right in our backyard!”
More than 6000 births were recorded in Fort Bend County in 2014. Fort Bend has been among Forbes “Fastest Growing Counties in the US” for several years now. Needless to say...we have a lot of families!
A huge life change starts with a single word, “Yes.” Through the Literacy Council of Fort Bend, students say “yes” to learning to read, write, and speak the English language, take GED preparation, basic Computer Skills, and US Citizenship classes from dedicated tutors...some of whom are homeland security trained. Through the Transitions Program, students earning their GED can take the next step in their education.
When it comes to a 2015 update of your personal style throughout your decor, the window fashion experts at Grand Windows & Interiors will deliver a world of change. Window fashion such as custom drapery, shades, shutters, blinds, and motorization is this family business’ premier expertise. Caron says “Paired with Hunter Douglas, a leading innovator of window treatments, we not only make windows more beautiful, private and energy efficient, we enhance architectural style, preserve views, and advise you on the smartest impact for your dollar.”
Ever feel like the temperature in your home is a pendulum? The air kicks on at full speed and you almost need a sweater, but it then turns off and is almost too warm before it kicks up to full speed again? Time to get off the A/C roller coaster and be truly comfortable!Brian Jackson at Jackson Air and Heat in Sugar Land says, “For anyone considering a new system, I would highly recommend a Trane TruComfort variable speed air conditioner. They offer maximum efficiency, precise comfort, ultimate humidity control, and they’re the quietest in the industry!”
What’s the secret to a happy smile? Good oral hygiene habits and regular dental visits? Of course. But one dentist takes it a step further. For her, it’s not just about educating…it’s also about CELEBRATING. “We have a blast all year and make sure kids and parents feel appreciated every time they visit Little Peoples’ Dentistry,” says Dr. Sanchez,“but we especially look forward to February.”
Jonee and Paul Barnett of Miracle Method Surface Refinishing have been married for thirty years, and along the way they’ve picked up a few secrets to love and happiness:
“We moved into our home in 1990,” says Susan Kreneck of Missouri City, “and this year the kitchen really needed a complete overhaul. A few years ago I had someone do my master bathroom. While I like the finished progress, it took twice as long and there were so many errors. For this new project, I found Teri Gilberg, the Re-Modelista, in a local magazine and called her up out of the blue. She and her contractor Hector redid my entire kitchen--from the floor to the windows to the cabinets to the counters to tearing out the wet bar--in three weeks! Working with Teri was a dream!”
When Bob Cook, a salesman at Classic Chevrolet Sugar Land needed major dental work, the first place he went quoted prices that were “embarrassingly high.” He says, “Luckily, I met Dr. Thomas Lomonte at the Annual Classic Chevrolet Sugar Land Chili Cookoff. I told him my situation and he invited me to come by his office. Together we drew up a plan to get everything done within my budget. He made the whole process so easy!”