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Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center Opening in the Heights Community invited to Open House on September 27 Memorial Hermann Greater Heights For The Leader Busy Greater Heights families are eagerly anticipating expanded access to high-quality, one-stop health care with next month’s opening of the Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center at 1431 Studemont St. Residents are invited to tour the center, participate in free health screenings, register for door prizes and much more, during a free open house on Sept. 27 from 6-8 p.m. Scheduled to begin treating patients on October 2, the 43,000-square-foot facility offers coordinated access to Photo contributed five important healthcare options: 24- Memorial Hermann Greater Heights will be opening a Convenient Care Center in September. The center will provide coordihour emergency care, primary care, nated access to services such as primary care, 24-hour emergency care and more. diagnostic imaging, sports medicine and rehabilitation, and diagnostic immediate attention for emergencies physicals and vaccinations, sick visits Additionally, patients will enjoy laboratory services. from the same emergency medicine and management of chronic diseases convenient access to sports medicine “Our facility provides easy, local physicians and nurses who work in such as diabetes and hypertension and rehabilitation services, including access to health care, including ex- the hospital’s ER.” for infants through adults. Twelve physical therapy for injury prevenpedited emergency care, for a lot of If patients need hospitalization, primary care examination rooms are tion and post-surgery rehabilitation. people,” says Robert J. Carpenter, ambulance transport is available to connected to an obstetrical area with A specialized gym and two treatment D.O., facility medical director and one nearby Memorial Hermann Greater seven additional examination rooms. rooms are available for orthopedic of 15 affiliated, board-certified emer- Heights. If needed, patients can be Office visits are available weekdays and sports medicine care. gency medicine physicians staffing referred to a specialist for follow-up from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. by appointment the Convenient Care Center. care, from among Memorial Her- and can be scheduled online. Con- Community Open House Greater Heights residents can mann’s extensive network of affili- venient surface-level parking and a 24/7 Emergency Care ated physicians who work together to bright, ground-floor lobby create a meet Dr. Carpenter, and other affiliDr. Carpenter explains that the provide coordinated care. ated physicians, to learn more about welcoming environment. center’s emergency care, with 10 their medical specialties and the cenPrimary Care Treatment for Outpatient imaging, laboratory treatment areas, is an extension of ter during the open house on Septemthe Memorial Hermann Greater Common Medical Conditions and physical therapy ber 27. Heights Hospital Emergency Center. Event goers can meet Clutch, the Also available at the Convenient The Convenient Care Center also “We have full imaging and labora- Care Center is treatment for common offers X-rays, CT scans, MRI and Houston Rockets mascot, enjoy light tory services onsite, and the same medical conditions. Primary care ultrasound, as well as a full-service bites and beverages and sample Steel capabilities as the hospital ER,” says physicians, with the Memorial Her- laboratory, with three blood draw City Pops popsicles. Dr. Carpenter. “Patients can receive mann Medical Group, offer routine rooms. Walk-ins are welcome. The Convenient Care Center treats
How to protect yourself during hurricane cleanup For The Leader Be mindful of personal safety during flood cleanup. Take steps to stay safe. The Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HCOHSEM) Emergency Operations Center (EOC) remains at Level 1 (Maximum Readiness). HCOHSEM will continue to monitor forecasts and weather developments along with the National Weather Service and the Harris County Flood Control District. Protect yourself from injuries during cleanup by wearing: • Hard hats • Goggles • Heavy work gloves • Waterproof boots with steel toes • Earplugs or headphones (if you’re working with noisy equipment) Prevent Illness after a Disaster • Clean up, disinfect, and practice good hygiene to avoid illness from bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew. • Get medical care if you are injured, sick, or having trouble coping with stress. • To prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, only use generators, pressure washers, grills, camp stoves, or other gasoline, propane, natural gas, or charcoal-burning devices outside and away from open windows, doors, and air vents.
• Stay cool and drink plenty of fluids to prevent heat-related illness. Pace Yourself during Clean Up Cleaning up your home can be a big job. Be sure to take care of yourself: • Rest when you need to. • Decide which cleanup tasks are most important, and focus on those first. That way, you’re less likely to be overwhelmed. • Get help lifting heavy or bulky objects. If you lift too much on your own, you could hurt yourself.Try to work with other people, so you aren’t alone. • Get support from family members, friends, counselors, or therapists. Be aware of your surroundings If you are in the process of clean-up and debris removal from your property, please take precautions to prevent disaster-related casualties and fatalities. • Be aware of damaged water, gas, and electric lines. • Be aware of damaged building and construction materials. • Do not attempt to conduct major tree work or reconstruction without proper equipment, permits, and training. • Be aware of household hazardous waste and contaminants. • Report any hazardous materials spills to: Harris County Pollution Control Services Department at 713-920-2831.
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New home for Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce By Landan Kuhlmann email@example.com The Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce finally has some new digs. Earlier this year, it was announced that the Chase Bank building which currently houses Chamber offices was up for sale. In light of the announcement, Chamber President Jacob Millwee and others were suddenly thrust into unforeseen flux and were in need of a new home — which they appear to have found. The Preserve, a collection of office buildings at 2030 N Loop W Fwy., near the corner of the 610 North Loop feeder and T.C. Jester, will house the Chamber’s offices in Suite 2050. Millwee said the property was one of several on his radar when The Leader spoke with him about the move several months ago. The Chamber was searching for a spot with room for a reasonable amount of parking to accommodate small meetings at the offices, while maintaining (if possible) its connection to the Heights community and overall maintaining easy access for its members; and the Preserve checked off every box “As the Heights grows in terms of population and businesses, the businesses that are a member of the Chamber and in support of the Heights are getting further away from Heights Boulevard—the influence of the Heights is spreading,” he said. “If you plot out our membership on a map, where we’ll be moving the office to is actually more centralized as far as where our members are located [within the community].” That said, Millwee noted it remains the Chamber’s intention to eventually return
to Heights proper. Upon completion of the move, the new office will be just a temporary move for at least the next five years while executives formulate a long-term plan. “[Chase Bank] moving was not something in our current five-year vision, so in a way this was a reactionary idea to move, with the idea that in about five years we can have a proactive decision to come in with a little more intent on our side,” he said. Other than new digs, the Chamber will remain the same beacon it has for nearly three decades, providing its members and visitors the same quality services, Millwee said. That said, the move also provides some new horizons for the Chamber itself. “We’re excited about the move, which will be a benefit to our members in having a fresh face on the Chamber office, and will give us the opportunity for some re-organization and culling of things we’ve held onto longer than we should,” he said. Currently, a tentative plan is in place for the relocation to commence in late September or early October and occur over the course of several weeks, though Millwee noted those plans are still very rough and subject to change. “We want to make [this move] as painless as possible to our guests as far as the services they receive from us and the events we hold, so if we have to stretch it out a bit longer to maintain the same level of quality we’ve always offered, then we will,” he said. For more information on the Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce, visit heightschamber.org/.
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Neighbors: Myti-Burger and Hartz provided free meals to flood victims, first responders By Elizabeth Villarreal firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy birthday to neighbor Louis Ringh a/k/a Johnny Ringo. Ringo will be 90 years old on Sept. 11, and will be celebrating his special day with his lovely wife, Evelyn. Ringo, one of Oak Forest’s special treasures, can be seen riding through the neighborhood on his bicycle, visiting neighbors and spreading love, laughter and kindness along the way. Happy birthday to Amber Shumate who is 20! Amber celebrated her special day with her grandmother, Betty Taite, parents Cliff and Michelle Bigley, sister Ashlyn Shumate, and brother Cody Shumate at Tony’s Mexican Restaurant. Amber is a busy young lady who attends HCC and works for Paws Pet Resort. Wishing you sunshine and happiness! Many of our neighbors made a significant difference throughout the greater Houston area during the preparation, the storm itself and clean up of Hurricane Harvey. I wanted to share just a few of the stories we’ve received: The Shepherd Forest Civic Club became first-responders last week, when Hurricane Harvey pushed the floodwaters of White Oak Bayou into Section 3 of their subdivision. Civic Club President Kurt Schoeffler efficiently organized assistance from all three sections to help the residents of the 3700-3900 blocks of Gardendale. Neighbors came with trucks, tools and energy to help with the cleanup efforts as they cleared the water-soaked homes of damaged furniture, sheet rock, and personal items. If you can help with relocation, supplies or cleanup, reach out to info@ shepherdforest.org. Alice and Mark Sarmien-
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to, our neighbors in Garden Oaks, shared that their children asked neighbors in Section 1 for any spare change they might have sitting in a jar or could be found on the bottom of their purses. Rowan11 years old, Olivia-8 years old, and Nathan-5 years old, collected over $900 in spare change! A family matched the kids’ collection by donating $1,000. After rolling and counting the coins, the kids cashed them in and then went shopping to fill flood victims’ wish lists from A Second Cup and The Giving Hub in the Heights. Shopping for two days, the kids cleaned out Big Lots, the baby aisle at Kroger and Costco. Sarmiento said the children worked hard and couldn’t have done it without the generosity of the Garden Oaks neighborhood. They are still collecting and plan to continue their efforts as long as they are needed. Amy (Wethington) Horne, Director of The Oaks Preschool, provided free childcare last week to assist parents who were involved in their own cleanup, volunteering to help others and those who had children who were just a little stir crazy after being cooped up during the storm. For infants to children of 12 years in age, they provided games, arts and crafts, outdoor time and indoor gym time. A good time was had by all. Our neighbor in Shepherd Park Plaza Helen Sangree shares: “Ian and I were enjoying a wonderful vacation in the Canadian Rockies when Harvey hit. Our neighbors Rebecca Swint and Lee Swint
kept us informed by phone and text. Late at night Lee Swint trudged through deep water to check on our home. We will always be grateful for their help.” Andy Tomczeszyn was thrilled to be invited to flip burgers at Myti-Burger on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 27, while many of us were wading through our flooded houses and trying to figure out the next step. Myti-Burger owner Shawn Salyers was determined to open to support the neighborhood so he reached out for volunteers. With the help of a few friends, MytiBurger was open for business and served some very hungry and tired folks over 100 lbs of hamburgers and 10 cases of fries. A huge shout of thanks goes out to Brian Lovins, Andy Tomczeszyn, Justin Gordon and Troy Witherspoon along with a few other volunteers who made this possible. Additionally, over the next few days Salyers drove far and wide in search of hamburger buns and other supplies to keep the hamburgers flipping. A constant and positive presence in the community, Salyers was working to clean up flood damage at Oaks Dads Club a few days later. Everyone’s favorite chickenman - Naro M., General Manager of Hartz Krispy Chicken on Pinemont - braved deep water and crazed crowds throughout the week to shop and prepare free meals to serve to well over 200 first responders (HPD, HFD) as well as countless victims of Hurricane Harvey at shelters and
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12 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9 Brash Brewing - 508 W. Crosstimbers St. Join Brash Brewing to show how Houston comes together and rebuilds. Friends from Sierra Nevada, Southern Star, Lone Pint, Alamo, NOLA, Green Flash, Six Point, Back Pew, Deep Ellum and more have donated kegs and thereâ€™s going to be a big party with all proceeds going to hurricane Harvey flood victims. Live music from Doomstress, pillbox, the Journey Agents, John Wayne is dead, and more. Food trucks and more.
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6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9 Sideout Volleybar - 2623 Keene St Formerly called VolleyFallthe tournament is now named Bump Harvey with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the Greater Houston Community Foundation (www.ghcf. org). In addition, Grown Up Sports is also seeking donations of food and clothing as well as new or lightly worn athletic shoes for our SHOU drive taking place the entire month of September. All of these will go to benefit victims of Harvey. This is a chance for you to literally *play* your part. If you would like to sign up for either tournament, you may do so at www.gusleagues. spor tngin.com/register/ form/616805116 If you do not want to play sand volleyball, you can come out and play in the cornhole tournament taking place at the same time. If you donâ€™t care for cornhole either, just come by and show your support and bring donations. Anything at all helps.
Former Bernadineâ€™s and Hunky Dory locations have a new tenant
he news of whatâ€™s to come with the former Hunky Dory/Bernadineâ€™s building, both a former Treadsack Restaurant group restaurant, must have been on my mind in the last couple of weeks as I made a mistake on reporting the news for Hughieâ€™s Heights. In the Saturday, Aug. 26 edition it was reported that the new Hughieâ€™s Heights moved into the former Hunky Dory building off of North Main. This was incorrect; Hughieâ€™s Heights moved into the former Foreign Correspondents building, also a former Treadsack Restaurant group restaurant, located at 4725 N. Main. Hughieâ€™s Heights has done considerable work on the former Foreign Correspondents building to make it their own and the restaurant is now open. Foreign Correspondents closed late in 2016; Hunky Dory and Bernadines following suit and closing earlier this year. Who would come to scoop up their prime Heights real estate was the question many asked.
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We have our answer for the former Foreign Correspondents building, and now we have the news for the former
Photo by Christina Martinez The Treadsack Restaurant group restaurants Bernadineâ€™s and Hunky Dory closed earlier this year, leaving the restaurants and property vacant at 1801 N. Shepherd. The owner of Houstonâ€™s State of Grace will now be bringing his Tex-Mex concept, Superica, to the 1801 N. Shepherd location in the Heights.
Hunky Dory and Bernadines buidling â€“ State of Grace owner, Ford Fry, has made it official that heâ€™ll be bringing a Tex-Mex restaurant called Superica, a casual seafoodinspired restaurant, in the former Hunky Dory and Bernadineâ€™s locations. â€œWhenever we look at a location, itâ€™s always what do we feel like the neighborhood could use,â€? Fry told CultureMap. â€œSome people
would say Houston could use more Tex-Mex like another mosquito, but I think itâ€™s on another level. Thatâ€™s the only way weâ€™d bring it to Texas. Hopefully, we can perform on that other level than whatâ€™s out there.â€? Superica came to life in 2015, currenly operating two locations of the restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia, with another coming soon in 2018 to North Carolina. The Heights location of Superica is also slated to open in 2018. The Tex-Mex restaurant will occupy the Bernadineâ€™s side of the property. Fry has plans to run a sister concept in the Hunky Dory side of the property, saying his inspiration for this restaurant comes from childhood trips to San Jancinto Inn, where he enjoyed things like raw oysters, cold shrimp and fried chicken. Fry will be bringing Superica and sister concept to 1801 N. Shepherd Dr. Email email@example.com
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12 - 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9 El Big Bad - 419 Travis St. Margarita Fest: An all day Margarita Festival at El Big Bad! Orignally scheduled for Aug. 26, rescheduled to September 9! Guests will sample five different Margaritas each crafted by a different Bartender and will cast their vote for their favorite Margarita. The crowd favorite will be featured as our September Margarita! Limited tickets ON SALE NOW for just $10! Get yours today at www.eventbrite. com/e/margarita-fest-tickets33058273185
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Hearts in Texas are big, only challenged by the Louisiana Cajun Navy. Being in the art world, my radar has been tuned into what was been happening here. Artists live all over this great city and the reports of loss started immediately and soon after the rescues, cleanup, call for donations, fundraisers and benefits followed. Hereâ€™s a rundown of whatâ€™s out there if youâ€™d like to contribute via the arts communities. Itâ€™s overwhelming to look out there and see such devastation. At First Saturday Arts Market, many of the artists had special art designated for relief from sales. Others donated a percentage of all sales. Artists at the Second Saturday Open Studios will do the same, plus donation boxes will be out too. Concert this Friday, Sept. 8 at 7 p.m., 3400 Main St. All money from tickets goes toward Harvey relief. The three presenting organizations are donating their services.
Apollo Chamber Players and Musiqa, and Jazz Forever will finish the concert. MATCH has generously donated their venue for the evening. More info at www.matchouston. org/events/harvey-reliefconcert Adult Swim Art Show, hosted by Insomnia Gallery, Friday, Sept. 8 from 7 - 11 p.m., 708 Telephone Rd., Houston, Texas 77008. Pop Shop America, located upstairs at 321 W. 19th St., is hosting The Hurricane Harvey Relief Pop Up with their favorite makers, complimentary cocktails, macaroons, and hands-on workshops. Saturday, September 16, 2 - 8 p.m. Silent Art Auction, JoMar Visions, 5247 Langfield Rd, Studio #25B, Houston, Texas 77040. The one big art show that stepped up and organized the fastest is FreshArts.org, hosting #TexasArtistsStrong, a Pop-up Exhibition + Fundraiser, this Saturday, September 9, 2017, 2 - 7 p.m. at Spring Street Studios, 1824
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Spring Street, Houston, TX 77007. The Market at Sawyer Yards will be open for business, as usual, this Saturday and back to daytime hours 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., coinciding with the Second Saturday Open Studios. Iâ€™ve already heard of designated art being created for donations. Get the full scoop on the market website. Contributed photos SawyerStreetMarket.com. The market is located behind At the top, Watercolor painted in reaction to Harvey by artist Maria the grain elevators at 1502 Elena Sandovici. Above, Artists Sue Donaldson (left) with Holly Nowak after cleaning out Donaldsonâ€™s home, flooded in Kingwood. Sawyer Street. Cohen is an artist and founder of First Saturday Arts Market and the new Market at Sawyer Yards, find him at ArtValet.com
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