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The latest news from the Kingwood Connection.


Kingwood United Methodist at 1799 Woodland Hills Dr has been activated as a Red Cross Shelter and is preparing for the immediate arrival of hurricane victims.


A number of Kingwood and Humble area businesses are offering services to Hurricane Victims.  Below is a partial list (Updated 9/8/05):


If you would like to volunteer to help the hurricane victims, contact one of the organizations below:


A number of local organizations and individuals are coordinating efforts to help out those in Louisiana who are suffering from the devastation of Katrina. If you would like to help, please contact one of the organizations below.  If you would like to add your effort, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.with the information.


From County Judge Robert Eckels:

Harris County Citizen Corps Members,

Today we are going to help those who have been impacted by Hurricane Katrina who are currently located in the Super Dome in .  Up to 25,000 citizens are going to be relocated to the Astro Dome.  We need your help.


I'm sure you have all heard about the devastation that is occurring in New Orleans and surrounding areas due to the recent hurricane.  Many of us actually know people who are currently affected and essentially devastated by the storm.  I have several friends and family staying with me currently that had to evacuate, and I know many of you do as well.  Some New Orleans residents are being advised that they will be allowed to enter their homes early next week (monday is what we hear) to 'claim whatever they can' and then escorted out of the city, expecting to not return for several months.   We are putting together a list of things we need, and I am asking for all of your help. 


Take advantage of this opportunity to clear your clutter with the City of Houston local drop off opportunity in Kingwood! On August 19 and 26 from 10 am – 2 pm there will be a truck for free drop off in front of the City of Houston building located at 3915 Rustic Woods, one block west of West Lake Houston Parkway.


Neighbors on the Wildridge block in South Woodland Hills gathered on Tuesday, August 2nd, to celebrate National Night Out and to reconnect with neighbors.

Woodland Hills was one of the first Kingwood villages to be developed in the late 70’s, following Trailwood.  Although early residents of the Wildridge block held neighborhood gatherings, the community was fractured after the oil bust of the mid 80’s.  “A lot of people moved away and it was just never the same after that,” explained Sandra Lindsay.


FamilyTime and The Door are in desperate need of the following items this month.  If you would like to donate any of these items, please take them to Family Time located at 101 Main Street in Humble or contact Mary Howell, RE/MAX Associates NE at 281.348.3075 for pickup.