The Center for the Arts and Sciences has named Brazoria County native, Wesley Copeland, as the new Executive Director. He has been active at The Center since 1999 and Copeland has some plans he expects will bring new energy to The Center.
CLUTE, Texas —Cencor Realty Services has broken ground a 140,000-square-foot shopping center at the southeast corner of Oyster Creek Drive and Dixie Drive in the master-planned Woodshore community.
The new shopping Center, Woodshore Marketplace, will be anchored by a 123,000-square-foot Kroger Marketplace. The project is near Dow Chemical operation's 4,200-employee facility in the immediate area. Dow Chemical is planing for another 2,000 jobs in 2016.
The Center for the Arts and Sciences has named Wesley Copeland, as the new Executive Director. A Brazoria County native, Copeland has been active at The Center since 1999. His goal for The Center is to reflect the growth and excitement the community is experiencing while maintaining the welcoming environment patrons have come to expect.