Hometown Heroes: Christine Mitchell

By Joan Frances – When Christine Mitchell talks about volunteering, she refers to her works as, we, and us and family, as they have been a part of her life. She has been a public servant throughout her career and continues to bring joy and contentment to the senior residents of Fort Bend...

Hometown Heroes: Xavier Herrera

By Joan Frances – Some people may say that 50+ hours a week of work and volunteering for the community is extreme. But not for Xavier Herrera. His commitment is vene-rable, Herrera said, “Public service was instilled in me at an early age. I was raised that we all had an obligation not only to our...

Hometown Heroes: Diane Moline

By Joan Frances – Volunteers who work tirelessly and modestly donating their time to help families and the less fortunate in the area are vitally important to the welfare of Fort Bend County. One volunteer who has always been community minded and lives a Christ-centered life of service that brings...

Hometown Heroes: Audrey Adams

By Joan Frances – Founded on June 14th, 1775, the United States Armed Forces are committed to protecting America’s freedom at home and abroad. For many years, the military was taken for granted, returning veterans were ignored and not adequately compensated for the grueling memories of war. One...

Hometown Heroes:

By Joan Frances – Generous, altruistic, compassionate – three words that personify a volunteer. People who spend countless hours giving their time and talents to those in need in their community. Humble volunteers who seek no recognition and fight for the little guy. This month’s Hometown Hero fits...

Hometown Heroes: Amy Lary

By Joan Frances – Fort Bend County is blessed to have so many citizens who volunteer their time to help other individuals. The reason for giving of their precious time can vary, but the core of their generosity is in their heart. Amy Lary is one of those people who takes her commitment one step...

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