Is your attic filled with unused baby items?  Or are you trying to outfit a nursery without breaking the bank? If so, visit the First Steps Baby Sale sponsored by First United Methodist Church of Humble on March 4th, 2006.  The First Steps sale is a baby, kids, and maternity consignment sale benefiting Children’s Weekday Ministries. 

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. 

Study shows 48 million households say they need more life insurance coverage

Forty-four percent of U.S. households (48 million) say they need more life insurance coverage, according to LIMRA International’s 2005 Life Insurance Ownership Study of household financial decision makers.

People helping people achieve quality of life. As a fraternal benefit society, that’s what Modern Woodmen of America is all about.

Ivan Green, a Modern Woodmen representative in Humble, serves members, their families, and residents in and around the Houston area. A unique combination of business and voluntarism, the organization offers life insurance, annuity and investment* products, along with fraternal member benefits for families and their communities.