Are you prepared?  This year’s hurricane season has brought the need for emergency preparedness to a new level.  Get started with these online resources in order to be prepared in advance.  Being prepared makes all the difference!   

While the damage in the Kingwood area was much less than originally expected due to the shift in the path of the hurricane, there was still a significant amount of wind damage.   Streets were littered with branches and debris.  Trees can be seen across town that were split from the strain, and a number were uprooted and toppled by the wind.  Many of the fallen trees missed the structures, but there are homes throughout the villages that took a direct hit.

Vendor Central USAWhat are you doing October 8? We’re going to be at the  Fall Shopping Extravaganza, scheduled for October 8, 2005.    Join us for a wonderful shopping experience, over 20 vendors in one room to shop to your heart is content, no admittance fee,  door prizes and a grant prize drawing.  So grab a friend or two and join us

Dated:  Friday, September 23rd

Kingwood Area Emergency Shelters

Several Humble ISD schools will be opened as emergency shelters to weather the storm.  They will open at 12 pm today.  Bring your own supplies and be in place by 6:00 PM today for lock down.

Germaine Porché of Kingwood, Texas, has been selected as one of the 2006 Top Ten Business Women of ABWA, an annual award that has been given by the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) since 1956.  Each year ABWA recognizes 10 members for outstanding achievement in their careers, community involvement and educational development.  Those who are selected represent ABWA during a year of travel, public speaking and mentoring.

Whether you are new to the area and are just getting your fit wet or have lived in Kingwood since there was just one road into town, come to the Flavor of the Forest, Kingwood's community-wide "Welcome to the Neighborhood" party on Saturday, September 17th.