Dr. Thomas Randle Appointed as Trustee of The George Foundation

The Trustees of The George Foundation recently elected Dr. Thomas Randle to serve as Trustee for a ten-year term effective April 1, 2022. Dr. Randle replaces outgoing Trustee John Null, who was first appointed to the board in 2008 and served a total of 13 years including a special three-year term. Mr. Null...

The Shenanigans of St. Lisa’s Day

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher Many places around the world celebrate today as St. Patrick’s Day. The Canadians, Australians, Japanese, of course, the Irish – many don green attire, eat corned beef and cabbage, even drink green beer. Apparently North America – not Ireland, interestingly enough...

It Takes a Village

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher A few years ago in a pre-pandemic world, I promised Mr. Kaminski that I was going to step back from my community involvement – at least in leadership roles. Sure, I would continue to support organizations important to our family and our community, serve on committees,...

“Destination Celebration” Spring Break Bash

Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center cruises into Spring Break with an all-inclusive voyage like no other March 12th to 19th There’s a destination right around the corner that celebrates YOU! Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center – A Very Special Project of Children’s Museum Houston – is the...

Lowe’s Announces 5-Year, $100M Commitment to Community Impact Projects Across America

100 Signature Projects to be Selected Annually as Part of “Lowe’s Hometowns” Program Lowe’s today announced a five-year, $100 million investment in the communities it serves – the company’s largest-ever commitment of its kind – with a new community impact program called Lowe’s Hometowns....

Packing it Up: Texas Style

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher I’m an adventure girl. I’m always up for a quick getaway, and when I say quick, I mean as long as I have a minimum of two days to plan said wardrobe, accouterments and assignments, I’m in. But, as much as I love a quick jaunt to virtually anywhere, preparing for a...

Sugar Land Crime Rate Second Lowest on Record

Sugar Land’s crime rate for 2021 was the second lowest on record. The results were included in the Sugar Land Police Department’s 2021 Annual Report. Crimes included in the calculation are homicide, sexual assault, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary, theft, auto theft, and arson. More results from...

The Cattle Are Coming!

Spring Break March 15th – 19th at The George Ranch Historical Park Spring Break 2022 is all about cattle, horses, cowboys and fun at The George Ranch Historical Park. Explore more than 100 years of Texas history March 15th – 19th with a Chuckwagon Breakfast, calf roping demonstrations, steer roundups,...

You Can’t Win If You Don’t Play

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher At any given time, I am very well aware of the fact that I am not the smartest person in the room nor do I pretend to be. Honestly, I have days when I don’t know if I’m washing or hanging out because situations, circumstances and all varied implications are in such a...

Rotary Club of Richmond Builds Beds For Area Children

Rotary Club of Richmond is partnering with Sleep In Heavenly Peace (SHP)- TX, Houston/ Central Western Chapter to again build beds for children who don’t have a bed to sleep in the Richmond community, on Saturday, February 26th, 2022 from 9 am – 1 pm. Beds will then be distributed to North Richmond...

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