Fort Bend Aggie Moms’ Club Awards Scholarships to Local Texas A&M Students

The Fort Bend Aggie Moms’ Club, an organization of friendship, education, networking and support, recently announced the recipients of the 2017 scholarships and its graduating seniors. The organization seeks to support students through scholarships and donations to campus organizations by participation in...

The Downtown Stomp Returns to Historic Downtown Rosenberg

Wine lovers and shopping mavens are invited to come out and enjoy the annual Downtown Stomp. The evening is set for Saturday, August 5th at 5 pm. Over 300 people attended the event last year. Shopping after hours, wine tasting and raising money for a good cause is the goal of the Downtown Stomp. The Fort...

OakBend Medical Center Renames the Acute Care for the Elderly Unit in Honor of Jack and Billie Wendt

The Acute Care for the Elderly (ACE) Unit at the Jackson Street Campus of OakBend Medical Center filled with family and friends in May as the hospital unveiled the dedication of the ACE Unit in honor of Jack & Billie Wendt. “We are here tonight to express our gratitude and appreciation to Billie Wendt...

It Takes a Village

The American Cancer Society is gearing up for this year’s Couture for the Cause on Saturday, October 14th at the Farmhouse at Harvest Green, a Johnson Development Community in Richmond. Doors open at 7 pm, and the show starts at 8 pm. Back in 2009, The American Cancer Society was looking for a way to bring...

OakBend Medical Center Announces Restaurant Week

OakBend Medical Center is pleased to announce the First Annual Restaurant Week taking place from May 19th through May 29th. The fundraising idea was the brainchild of Daniel Ornelas of Ol’ Railroad Café, Andres Novoa of La Cocina and Jimmy Cantu of Pier 36, and the three restaurants were the first to sign...

OakBend Medical Center Renames the Jackson Street Atrium in Honor of Joe and Doris Gurecky

As the crowd gathered in the atrium of the Jackson Street Campus to honor two of the community’s most well-known residents, the words that could be heard most often were amazing, dedicated, caring and kind. The guests were describing Joe and Doris Gurecky. “We are here tonight to really honor two people...

Second Annual Southern Garden Party Honoring Virginia Scarborough and Jess Stuart

Make plans to join an old-fashioned Southern Garden Party on Saturday, May 13th from 3 to 6 pm at the Fort Bend Museum’s 1883 historic Moore Home. Enjoy delicious food, signature cocktails, live music, silent auction, outdoor festivities and more! The Moore Home is located at 406 South Fifth Street in...

The Wild West Brew Fest Set to Impress While Giving Back

The Wild West Brew Fest (WWBF) continues to expand for the 2017 event, showcasing pure beer nirvana in its 6th year. A Launch Party is set for Friday, May 5th and the WWBF for Saturday, May 6th at Katy Mills. “Within this massive space, you will find over 200 brewers featuring over 600 craft brews,” said...

The Fort Bend County Museum Association Presents 28th Annual Lone Star Stomp

Get ready for a groovy time at the Fort Bend County Museum Association’s 28th Annual Lone Star Stomp! Set for Saturday, April 8th at the George Ranch Historical Park, located at 10215 FM 762 in Richmond, this year’s Stomp will be a throwback to the 1960s as the Museum Association celebrates its 50th...

Superintendent Dr. Thomas Randle Honored in Washington, D.C.

Lamar CISD Superintendent Dr. Thomas Randle was one of six superintendents from across the nation recognized in Washington, D.C. for his commitment to “Lead Higher.” The Lead Higher event, hosted by Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, recognized the educators for their...

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