Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle’s Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center recently hosted its annual Homestead Heritage Day, typically held the first Saturday each February, which features various family-friendly historical activities and demonstrations dating back to the early 19th century.

Sow thistle, dandelion, and chickweed – besides growing in every abandoned lot and roadside, what do these nuisance weeds have in common? All three plants are perfectly edible and loaded with beneficial vitamins and nutrients.

Kingwood professional organizer Ellen Delap and her company Professional - will be participating in this year’s Dress For Success Houston’s S.O.S. (Send One Suit) Drive.  The effort provides interview suits, confidence boosts and career development to more than 50,000 women since 1998. 

Ten years ago, the first Mardi Gras festival and parade was held in Kingwood's Town Center park.  The 11th Annual festival for 2015 will be held on Saturday, February 15th, from noon to 6 pm with the parade commencing at 2 pm.

In the past several years, Texas trees have taken a heavy hit from fire blight.  It is a condition causing leaves to brown and dry up resulting from a bacterial infection.  The leaves look like they have been scorched by fire, thus the name “fire blight.”1 

Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC) has named Psychiatric Response Team Psychiatrist Donna Rocha, M.D., as Physician of the Year for Behavioral Health Services.

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