This is a “youth-only” event planned by the Lifeway facilitators, complete with a live band performances by “Jupiter Skyline” plus food, dancing, and talent show. The cost is $5 per person to cover the food and sodas. Parents can coordinate logistics with other parents in your home group or your facilitator. The facilitators will be rolling out new exciting announcements in the weeks to come. Contact Richard Reedstrom with questions.
Our third year we have established the Chili Challenge as one of the most fun and entertaining family events in Fort Bend County. It is a family themed informal gathering that has been designed with family fun at its core. Entertainment will include County Emergency vehicles, Bouncy House, Carnival Games, and Live Band all designed to bring families together and enjoy a Relaxed atmosphere. Last year over 1500 people attended and money was raised for the Sugar Land Police Officer’s Association and this year we expect 2500 as our program continues to grow. The Police Officer’s Association will again be the recipient of every penny raised by the event; Don Kerstetter pays for all operating costs of the Chili Challenge.
Our goal is to add to the quality of life for children with cancer and other life threatening diseases by sharing with them the experience of flight. Many of these children are going through treatment that changes their lives. They just want to not be sick, be ‘normal’ like all the other kids, and most importantly HAVE FUN! When you talk to these children about their experiences, it really changes your perspective in life.
Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels announces their Board of Directors for 2012-2013, who officially took office in September 2012. The Board is made up of fourteen men and women from across Fort Bend County and offer an array of expertise in many professional areas including, Legal, Banking, Marketing, Public Safety, Senior Care, Finance, Automotive and Health and Wellness.
Dr Heath has been leading a research project focused on American Oystercatchers, a large shorebird that nests on bay islands. As part of their conservation for this species they have embarked on a public education campaign for boaters and fisherman and has asked to speak to our group about these bay island nesting birds.
How Smart is Your Home? If you don't know the answer, it’s time to tune in to the High-Tech Texan’s radio show. As the “High-Tech Texan,” Michael Garfield stays on top of the latest and greatest innovations. He says, “I’ve been a radio host on the 9-5-0 AM six days a week, for the past twelve years. I talk about various topics, but my sweet spot is technology.”
Can you remember what it feels like to love your body? Reclaim your beauty and rediscover your confidence today. One local woman writes, “I can’t begin to tell you how confident and attractive I feel again as a woman. I look good in my clothes again and everyone notices the difference- especially my husband! Thank you Dr. Ahmadi for giving me an awesome body!”
Chocolate, oysters, fine wine, sexy lingerie, candlelight, red roses, love songs…you’ve tried them all. It’s Valentine’s and you’re running out of options to rev up that lackluster love life. Is it her? Is it him? “It may be both!” says Dr. Lance Campbell, Pharm. D., R.Ph. of Campbell’s Compounding Pharmacy. Dr. Campbell explains, “In both men and women, hormones are the force behind your sex drive. Aging results in a drop in progesterone and estrogen in women, and a drop in testosterone in men. To get your mojo back, you both may need to ensure your hormones are in balance.”
Missi Krause is a personal trainer at Greatwood Training Center…and the mother of five active kids between the ages of four and nineteen. She says, “Over the years St. Michael’s Emergency Room has taken excellent care of my husband, each of the kids, and me!” “One Saturday night I cut my finger really badly. My husband was flying in from a week in Alaska and he came from the airport to meet me at St. Michael’s. I must have been there less than thirty minutes total from the moment I walked in until they had me cleaned up, stitched up, and ready to go!”
FORT BEND ISD - Bush High School Fine Arts Department will present Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story, directed by Steve Carpentier. Performances will be held on January 31 and February 1, 2, and 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the Bush High School auditorium (6707 FM 1464, Richmond, 77407). Join the cast and crew as they present this classic Tony-award winning play.