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Beginning Friday, July 11 through Wednesday, August 20, May Community Center will accept school supplies as donations for area school children. “Operation Backpack” is the perfect opportunity for community members to help Huffman ISD students achieve success by providing them with necessary school supplies.

Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jerry Eversole thanked members of Be An Angel Fund Inc., Humble Noon Lions Club, Kingwood Medical Center, and Waste Management Friday, June 20 for their additional contributions to Lindsay/Lyons Park, located at 2310 Atascocita Road, Humble.

Trips, crafts and bashes are a few of the fun filled events packing the Special Activity schedule for the May Community Center. Please note: In observance of Independence Day, May Community Center closes Thursday, July 3 at 5 p.m. and reopens Monday, July 7 at 8 a.m.

Looking for fun activities to fill your schedule?  The May Community Center in Huffman, Texas has released their summer schedule.

May Community Center's free intergenerational programs are part of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jerry Eversole's educational and recreational commitment to Harris County residents.

Life's Images is proud to announce that the Hope Calendar for 2009 is in the works and we need kids!  Inspiring all of us to hope, the second annual calendar theme is "Wings of Hope", and ALL profits from calendar sales will be donated to Montgomery County Women's Center (MCWC)!

Scottrade, a leading branch-supported online investment firm, announces the opening of a new branch office in Kingwood, Texas. The branch, located at 534 Kingwood Drive in the Kingwood Commons, opens Tuesday, May 27.

 

One of the highlights of the year that makes Kingwood a great place to call home is the 4th of July celebrations for 2008. Kicking off at 6:00 am with a Fishing Rodeo, continuing with a Bike Decorating Contest and 4th of July parade, and ending with a spectacular fireworks display at Town Center Park, Kingwood residents know how to celebrate with gusto.

Don't forget to vote in the Humble ISD Special Election.  Voters will elect trustees for three of the positions on the Board of Trustees as well as deciding the fate of a bond which would provide for new schools in the district and improvements.

Fishermen are notorious for talking about "the one that got away."

Not so for Kingwood couple Dennis and Melanie Fikes who won the first place award in the 5th event of the 2008 season for the Southeast Region The 2 of Us Couples Fishing Tournament on May 4th at Lake Sam Rayburn.  Competing in a field of 42 couples, their impressive five fish stringer weighed 21.59 pounds.