SUGAR LAND TO HOST FIRST TWO GAMES IN BOTH DIVISION AND CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
The Sugar Land Skeeters announced today that individual and group tickets for the
upcoming 2016 Atlantic League Playoffs go on sale today, Wednesday September 14th. The Skeeters conclude their regular season schedule at home this week with one game remaining against the Long Island Ducks tonight at 7:05pm and a four game series against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs beginning Thursday, September 15 and the final game on Sunday, September 18th starting at 6:05pm.
Musical group Mango Punch will bring some “Uptown Funk” to Fort Bend’s Sienna Plantation Friday, Sept. 23.
During the free performance, concertgoers can “Move Like Jagger” from 7-10 p.m. at the master-planned community’s amphitheater, 3777 Sienna Parkway. It is open to the public.
Voted the Houston area’s “Best Latin Band” six years in a row by the Houston Music Press, Mango Punch plays a mix of Top 40, salsa and rock.
Elyson, a new community in the Katy Independent School District, will celebrate its official grand opening in October, but early visitors are already welcome to preview new model homes priced from the $200,000s to $600,000s.
Located at Grand Parkway and FM 529, eight miles north of I-10 West, Elyson offers new homes by Chesmar, Darling, David Weekley, Highland, Perry, Pulte, Trendmaker and Westin.
The Texas Governor’s Office of Small Business Assistance (OSBA) announced that it has awarded approximately $100,000 in grant funding to 10 nonprofit organizations from across the state for projects promoting the development and success of small businesses in underserved markets, including $10,000 to the Katy Area Economic Development Council.
The creatively-minded can now go where no person has gone before when it comes to decorating scarecrows with registration now open for the 2016 Fulshear Scarecrow Festival, slated forOct. 15.
Thursday, September 29, 2016 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4:30 -6:30 p.m.
The Branch School, located at 1424 Sherwood Forest Street, Houston, Texas 77043 is having an Open House for prospective parents looking for a school that enrolls three-year-olds through eighth grade. Please join us for campus tours, meet and greet the faculty and staff, and have your questions answered about the admissions process. The later event will include STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) activities. For information and RSVP please call 713.465.0288, #103.
Alumna Marissa Keith Owen ’08 graduated from Texas A&M nursing school and now has the special opportunity to work with her mom, Andrea Keith, former FBCA teacher.
The two are trauma nurses in the ER atMemorial Hermannmedical center which receives all the life flights. It is one of the busiest level-one trauma centers in the country.
“We have a lot of fun working together,” Andrea said.
One of Houston’s top-producing Realtor teams has a new home in Houston’s energy corridor.
Top-producing west Houston agents Brandey Heckeroth, Amanda Walsh, Susan Bishop and Marilyn Jay, members of LUXE Living Properties, have joined the new Keller Williams Energy Corridor office where they will continue to represent buyers and sellers in Katy, Memorial and the Energy Corridor. The team also includes Seller Coordinator Michele Koppmann and Licensed Office Administrator Patricia Wooley.
With nearly 65 percent of its Phase One homesites already sold, Harvest Green is adding another 262 available properties in three neighborhoods.
Open now, the three new neighborhoods feature 50-, 55- and 60-foot homesites. Current builders will continue their existing programs within the new enclaves.
Home sales in Harvest Green began less than a year ago.