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Keep Sugar Land Beautiful 21st Annual Don’t Mess With Texas Trash-Off is April 5 Please register today to help them pick up litter on Saturday, April 5, during their 21st Annual Don’t Mess with Texas TrashOff. Registration is required by March 18 to participate. Please visit www.kslb.org for registration forms and more information. Volunteers will be assigned to pick up litter at designated sites in Sugar Land. All volunteers under age 18 must be accompanied by a registered participating adult. The Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off serves as Texas’ signature event for the Great American Cleanup,  the nation’s largest community improvement program. Last year, 401 KSLB volunteers picked up over 4,741 pounds of litter in Sugar Land during the KSLB Trash-Off! Shown are members of the Greater Houston Rowing Club who helped in last year’s Trash-Off.

Low turnout for Stafford MSD Superintendent Town Hall Meeting On March 5, SMSD Board of Trustees officially accepted the resignation of Dr. Lance Hindt who is now the Superintendent for Allen ISD. In an effort to know and understand the community’s input on what they’d like to see in the next leader of SMSD, a questionnaire was put together for the public to fill out. Hopefully parents of SMSD and community

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members of Stafford Arrow Educational are submitting these Services has handled online and the low over 125 searches for turnout at the town hall various districts in the meeting is not indicative State of Texas; 4 for of pubic interest. Jim Stafford MSD. The Dunlap, a consultant current board wants to with Arrow Educational make the hiring decision Services and the current Dr. Lance Hindt so the search is being Superintendent to Hallsville ISD, fast-tracked due to the upcoming conducted the meeting on March general elections on May 10th. 19, at the Margaret Havens The application deadline to Library to further assist gathering SMSD, continued on page 4 the information.

After reviewing proposed modifications to the red light camera program, the Sugar Land Police Department has concluded that most of the changes aren't needed and wants to expand the program. The police department recommendations were presented at a Sugar Land City Council workshop March 18. The recommendations were in

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response to the final report from Brinkley told the council that an the citizen-led Traffic Safety independent traffic engineering Task Force. study by Kimley-Horn showed The task force had asked the no need to increase yellow City to look at four light times or to add changes to the program additional signage to the including: the addition intersections. A Kimleyof one-second to the Horn engineer said the yellow light time; City of Sugar Land evaluating signage to exceeds the minimum better inform drivers; standards recommended review current fine by the Institute Douglas Brinkley of Transportation assessment and to review the current wording in Engineers for both categories. the “notice of violation” to make In addition, the $75.00 fine sure it is accurate and nonamount is in line with other threatening. Texas cities with red light Police Chief Douglas camera programs and adheres to

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men, not affiliated with the manufacturing firm, walked into In our never In one of the most brazen acts the business asked for Marlon ending quest seen in Sugar Land for a while, Alexander Palencia Castaneda, to bring you two men walk into a cabinet 33, of Houston. dumb … It was manufacturing business, The intruders, both just before 5 in CRIMINAL ask for a specific Hispanic males, one OF THE WEEK the a.m. when employee, shoot him, dressed in a black shirt a Richmond woman decided and run back to their and the other in orange, it was time for a cool one… parked car to flee from argued with Castaneda so she wanders on over to responding police. in the shop, then fired that handy little gas station/ Sugar Land Police a single gunshot, convenience store between the responded to the 911 hitting him in the chest. Huver Oregon-Reyes bridges. call at Global Casework Castaneda died at the As she enters the store the Manufacturing located at 910 scene. The intruders fled the clerk was at the back counter… Industrial Boulevard in Sugar building and drove away in a Land at 9 a.m. on Friday light colored Acura SUV. EARLY, continued on page 4 morning, March 21. Two The manhunt was immediate and the dragnet was cast wide. The incident was captured on the surveillance camera. Be sure to check Police from neighboring out the 2014 Spring agencies assisted Sugar Land in the search for the suspects. Spruce-Up Guide Several people were detained but no suspects were found that A supplement to pull out day. The investigation unfolded and save in this week’s over the next few days and Sugar Star. Brought to you by By LeaAnne Klentzman

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DeLay back to court Decision to throw out prison sentence in question By Elsa Maxey

The success of an appealed ruling by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals will find former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay’s case back on. Reports of a decision by the highest criminal court in Texas to hear the case have no specific court dates. But a review to come relating to the certainty of tossing

out a money laundering conviction against DeLay, who is referred to as the Sugar Land Republican, is Tom DeLay clear. DeLay, sentenced to three years in prison in 2011, appealed a court ruling finding him guilty

of funneling corporate money, $190,000, to GOP candidates in Texas legislative races, which is illegal. The Texas 3rd Court of Criminal Appeals then ruled there was a failure to prove the case in 2013, and now comes this latest court appeal to determine if the ruling was correct. DeLAY, continued on page 4

Community worried about boundary changes, as Fort Bend ISD discusses facilities plan changes next fall, started looking for answers in the proposed It didn't take long for Fort facilities master plan which was Bend ISD Superintendent discussed during two recent Charles Dupre to get to heart community dialogue meetings. of the matter for the parents The district tried to dispel attending the March 18 rumors, stressing that no children community dialogue meeting at will be changing schools next Austin High School. year and that no schools will "There are a lot of rumors be closing next year. But also going around", he said. "This emphasizing that the district plan does not include any specific needs a long range zoning plan. zone or boundary changes. "We don't want neighborhoods This sets the stage for another going through six boundary community dialogue in the changes in 10 years", said future". Tracy Richter, with educational Yet parents, worried about planning firm, DeJong Richter. what changes might be coming "And we don't want one when the district begins talking elementary school feeding into about zoning and boundary three high schools. We have to By Betsy Dolan

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the state statute, Brinkley said. The police department also concluded that state law doesn't differentiate between red light running and making a right turn on red--both are considered moving violations and are subject to the $75.00 fine. The Houston Coalition Against Red Light Cameras had been pushing for a reduced fine for drivers who make a right turn on red. The police department was also asked to look into the feasibility of vehicular countdown timers which Kimley-Horn found to be a distraction to drivers. The only change the police department does support, involves the wording on red light camera tickets which state

that non-payment "could" result in a registration hold. The City currently doesn't put registration holds on violators but Brinkley would like the City to begin pursuing the stricter penalty and possibly using a collection agency to go after violators. Councilman Steve Porter asked Brinkley if the decrease in the collection rate was a result of the Houston Coalition Against Red Light Cameras' stance that paying the fine was voluntary. "Since the attention from the Houston Coalition Against Red Light Cameras we have seen a substantial collection rate decrease", Brinkley said. "Whether that is cause and effect, we aren't sure." SLPD, continued on page 4

stop doing that". Changing some of the things that have frustrated Fort Bend ISD parents over the last few years, won't be a cheap fix. The proposed five-year facilities master plan has a $684M price tag, factoring in new school construction, additions and repairs to existing facilities. The district has talked openly about the need for a future bond referendum. FBISD, continued on page 4

Richmond Murder victim identified one arrested By LeaAnne Klentzman

As the "Star" went to press last week a man had just been found dead in his truck just outside of the Richmond city limits in Fort Bend County’s jurisdiction. The murder victim has been identified as Navor Flores Catalan, 54, of Richmond. According to Richmond Navor Catalan Police spokesman Master Sergeant Lowell Neinast, Catalan’s badly beaten body was discovered in his truck in the Riverwood subdivision. RICHMOND, continued on page 4

Granny Dupre delivers Anti-bullying message to students During their school’s Bullying Prevention Week activities, Austin Parkway Elementary School students welcomed Granny Dupre (played by Seeju Dupre, wife of Superintendent of Schools Charles Dupre) to their campus to hear her anti-bullying message that combined music, humor, dance and story-telling. Granny Dupre offered students advice on responding to bullying, shared personal stories from her childhood and reminded students to seek help from a trusted adult when being bullied. “We were honored to have Granny Dupre come and show her support of our school by re-enforcing our efforts to Shown with Granny Dupre (center) are (clockwise, from top) Principal stop bullying,” said Principal Donna Whisonant, Tranese McDonald, Chase Hall, Madison Clay, Donna Whisonant. “She Kendal Thompson, Ava Duong, Enrique Lizarraga, Kathryn Fritzer and made a positive difference in Special Education Teacher Jimmy Guest. the lives of our students.”


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leading to the identity of those steal’n his political signs. Heck for $500 big ones, we might just have a girl’s night out along Thompson Highway and bag-n-tag those loot’n fools ourselves! Hey Bill, throw in some jewelry and you’ll have "Star Warriors" on the road! That has fun all over it! However, there is a bigger question, with all the loot’n of political signs…why is NO ONE ever caught? Or is there a catch and release program attached to that crime? Whatever the cause, the end result is the same; it is creating an exponential increase in the cost of local political campaigns. Signs don’t vote…people do. The fat lady ain’t sung yet…. Digging into government maleficence, operational dysfunction, or just the gunk of political nasty takes time and a lot of records collection to validate what we already

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grocery store in Sugar Land, the Kroger’s on SH 6 and Settlers Touted for its fresh produce, Way closed last year, but it was straight from the garden also located across the street green beans the other day, from Randalls, a competitor, the Fiesta Market Place in in the shopping strip across Sugar Land will soon be from it and still operating at the a memory. Manager Raul site and in the vicinity of two Rodriguez confirmed the store’s other specialty grocery stores. closing this Tuesday. He also Fiesta’s location was told the Star the company previously occupied by Gerlands’ made the decision to close Grand Market, which closed the store. After not quite a in 2012. The Fiesta store year of operation at one of represented a first location in the entrances to the Sugar Sugar Land and has been one Creek neighborhood, April of three in Fort Bend County. 20th will mark its closure. Two others currently operating In spite of its international and are, one each, in Missouri City specialty foods along with many and Rosenberg. Fiesta Mart other grocery store offerings, has more than 30 locations in the store, which opened last the Houston area and other year in July, is shutting down locations in the Dallas/Fort reportedly because it did not Worth and Austin areas. meet expectations. Another Adios, Fiesta Mart! By Elsa Maxey

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Sugar Creek Baptist, and helped with mission programs. She is survived by her father, Oscar “Eddie” Ammons; her daughter, Dr. Tiffanie Renee Childs; her identical twin sons, Todd Edward Childs and Thomas Blake Childs; her grandson, Westin Childs; granddaughter, Kaylee Childs; and very shortly, a new addition about to be born, Kayden Childs. She is also survived by her brothers Edward Ammons and Richard Ammons. She is preceded in death by her mother, Shirley Davis Ammons, and grandmother, Era Gertrude Hearron. She will be missed by many relatives and close friends from both work and church. She will be most remembered by her smile, her laugh, and her zest for life. Her love for her children and grandchildren was endless. In lieu of flowers, please donate a gracious gift in her name to the American Stroke Association.

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Porter also asked whether car owners will be held liable even if someone else was driving their car at the time of the violation. Brinkley said owners can challenge a citation and a judge can get involved if

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"This is a blueprint for how we will address future growth going forward", Dupre said. "There has been a lot of work going on in this district for the last six months and a lot of people in the community have told us what they think. " Planning Area A, which is the northern part of the district and the area that has seen explosive growth, would get four new elementary schools and see 10-classroom additions at Oakland, Sequin, Holley, Oyster Creek and Cornerstone elementary schools.

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2223 FM1092 • Missouri City, TX 77459 Dr. Charles Murphy, Pastor Sunday Bible Study 9:30am - 6:00pm Sunday Worship 10:45am - 7:00pm Wednesday: 7:00pm Bible Study / AWANA "A Place To Call Home" - www.hbctx.org

4200 Cartwright Road, Missouri City, 77459 Contemporary Worship Service: 9:00am Sunday School: 10:15am Traditional Worship Service: 11:15am www.southminpres.org

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502 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478 Sunday Worship 8:30am • 11:00 am 3300 Austin Parkway • Sugar Land, TX 77479 Sunday School for All Ages 9:30am Sunday Worship: 8:15am - 9:45am - 11:05am Pastor's Bible Study Tuesday 7:00 pm the hub - 11:00am Sunday School for all ages - 9:45am LUTHERAN CHURCH www.cumcsl.org

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH • 281-499-3502 3900 Lexington Blvd., Missouri City, TX 77459 Traditional Worship: 8:00am and 10:30am Contemporary Worship: 9:15am Sunday School all ages: 9:15am and 10:30am www.fumcmc.org

SUGAR LAND METHODIST CHURCH • 281-491-6041 431 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478 Worship @ 9:00am and 11:15am Bible Study, all ages, @ 10:10am www.sugarlandmethodist.org CHURCH OF CHRIST

MURPHY RD. CHURCH OF CHRIST • 281-261-5216 2025 FM 1092 • Missouri City Sunday Worship: 9:30am - 5:00pm Bible Classes: Sunday 10:45am Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30pm www.murphyroadchurch.org

SUGAR LAND CHURCH OF CHRIST • 281-561-0881 15590 Voss Road • Sugar Land • www.slcoc.org Sunday Worship Services: 7:00am • 10am • 5pm Bible Study (all ages): Sun. 9am & Wed. 7pm Tuesday Seniors' Bible Study: 10am Scripture of the week

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out, “If the leader is involved with parents, parents will be involved with the school.” When the new superintendent is hired, his or her first job will be to hire a new CFO. Carla Merka submitted her resignation effective March 21st and will become the new Assistant Superintendant of Finance to Crosby ISD. The SMSD Board of Trustees, both current and future, will be very busy in the upcoming months.

that the vehicle was sold, leased or stolen at the time of the violation”, Van Der Grinten stated in an email to the “Star”. The police department plans to return to the City Council with a resolution to adopt the registration hold. They also want to initiate a plan to consider

other locations where the City can use red light cameras. Sugar Land currently has red light cameras at four intersections: U.S. 59 and State Highway 6; U.S. 90A and Dairy Ashford; West Airport and Eldridge and Lexington and State Highway 6.

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teacher retention; • Strong leadership skills with open door policy; • Financial knowledge of Chapter 41; • Establish relationships with local businesses; and • Firm command of instructional improvement. The group had mixed opinions on whether the future superintendent should be required to actually live in Stafford. It was also mentioned that the volunteer numbers at SMSD have dropped significantly. One parent pointed

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At the town hall meeting, Mike Guerra, currently running for SMSD Board of Trustees, parents and community members that did show up provided valuable suggestions to Mr. Dunlap on what they are looking for in the next superintendent. The following points were made at the meeting: • Vested in Stafford - the community; • Won’t use SMSD as a stepping-stone; • Create better culture for

FISHERS OF MEN LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) • 281-242-7711 2011 Austin Parkway - Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.fishersofmen.org Sunday Worship: 8:30am - 11:00am Sunday School classes for ages 2 & up: 9:40am

NEW HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) • 281-499-7611 1424 FM 1092 Rd., Missouri City, 77459 Worship w/Holy Communion: 8:00 & 10:30 am Education hour for all ages: 9:15am www.newhopelc.org

FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH, LCMS 281-242-7729 800 Brooks St., Sugar Land Sunday: 8:00 am Traditional Worship 9:15 am Sunday School 10:30 am Contemporary Worship (Nursery Available) 4:00 pm Spirit of Life Worship NON DENOMINATIONAL

BRIGHTON CHURCH • 281-988-7755 11925 SW Frwy 59 • Stafford (Between W. Airport and Murphy Rd.) Sunday Worship: 10:30am www.brightonhouston.org • Refreshing & Relevant

FREEDOM CHURCH • 281-240-1055 121 Wood ST. • Sugar Land, TX 77498 Sunday Worship: 11:00am www.facebook.com/freedomchurchintl Pastor - Bryan Eggenbeger

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Land Police were able to identify Huver Oregon-Reyes, 31, of Houston, as the man wearing the black shirt in the surveillance video. “Sugar Land detectives worked with the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force to locate Oregon-Reyes who was taken into custody overnight by US Marshalls and taken to the Denton County Jail where he awaits transport back to Fort Bend County, said Sugar Land police spokesman Doug Adolph. Oregon-Reyes is being held on a $300,000 bond. The case remains fluid and anyone with information about the second man should call the Sugar Land Police Department at (281) 275-2020 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).

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Neinast said, “Circumstances surrounding the death of Navor Catalan are still under investigation but the case is being considered a homicide.” While following leads in the death investigation, police talked with Edilberto Navarro-Rebollar, 31, of Richmond. During the conversation about the death of Catalan, Navarro bolted from police; evading arrest, when the conversation turned to the events surrounding the homicide, said Neinast. However, Navarro has not been charged with homicide at this point. According to Neinast, an anonymous tip led police to Navarro. It was Navarro’s actions that led to his arrest during the interview process Monday night at 10:30 in the 23700 block of the Southwest Freeway. Richmond Police Detectives are still asking anyone with information on this case to contact the Richmond Police Department at (281) 342-2849 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477). Information, which leads to the apprehension and filing of charges on the suspect(s) involved, could earn you up to $5,000 cash reward. All calls to Crime Stoppers are ANONYMOUS.

would be re-purposed and two new middle schools would be built. Parent reaction at the meetings and from the FBISD Concerns Facebook page was cautiously optimistic. "As a resident that has faced multiple re-zonings, it is nice to hear true feeder patterns being planned from elementary all the way up to high school", wrote one

parent. "We are playing a furious game of catch-up and when we are through, there will still be lots more needed to do to stay ahead of the future growth. It's impossible to go back and do it over, so we have to figure out how to move ahead", wrote another parent. The proposed facilities master plan will be presented to the board next month.

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The money-laundering case brought DeLay’s political career as a powerful congressman to a halt. He served as a state representative starting in1979, followed by his election to Congress in 1985, then he resigned in 2006 after he was indicted by prosecutors in Austin. A recently reported update on DeLay last month maintains that God wrote the U.S.

Constitution, according to DeLay. A John Hagee Ministries' Global Evangelism Television episode with him as a guest shows DeLay’s concerns about the government becoming secular. Many reports followed and one about the interview said that lead author of the U.S. Constitution, James Madison who died in 1836, could not be reached for comment. To watch the interview with DeLay, see this story online.

Early morning beer run she went – into the store for another 3 more! Loaded and WORKING! Princess slides ready to party, she blasted out up behind him and then pokes of the parking lot only to be him in the back… like she’s got bagged by a Richmond cop a weapon or something. Well, responding to the robbery. either the clerk knew her or could As the Princess and the smell her Eau de Hops… instead officer chatted…Princess of the of going to the back storeroom Night… grabs herself a beer as ordered, he went to the front from her stash in the backseat, counter and called police. pops-a-top taking a swig Now, you know Princess before she is girted a new set was not out look’n for some of shiny silver bracelets. Actor stink’n trip she was in search of bagged…evidence tagged! a nip… so she grabbed herself One can never underestimate 3 cases of beer throws them the need for that early in her car and then… BACK morning brewski! EARLY, continued from page 1

Prayer List Darren Glynn-Civilian Contractor Staff Sgt. Jarrod Wayman-USMC Sgt. Simon Gutierrez-USMC Pvt. Marques Roberson-U.S. Army Capt. Daniel Seiter-U.S. Army Mike Carroll-1st Lieutenant, USMC Dan Carroll-1st Lieutenant, USMC Henry Blassingame-Contractor SPC Christopher Kimrey-U.S. Army Sgt. Bryan Lemmon-USMC Pvt. Ezequiel Grimaldo-U.S. Army Capt. Matthew Fox-U.S. Army Cpl. Jason Lee Mejorado-USMC Airman Oscar Mejorado II-USAF Seaman Jacob G. Mejorado-USN Capt. Richard Carrell-USAF Sgt. Jeffrey A. WIlliams-USMC Sgt. Holly K. Williams - USMC Maj. William J. Stoesser-U.S. Army Airman Caleb J. Powell-USAF Cpl. Erick Tijerina-USMC LCDR James D. Shaw-U.S. Navy TSgt. Daniel Vargas-USAF LCpl. Jeffrey B. Brock-USMC FC2 Penny McGaughy-U.S. Navy LCpl. Raymond Padilla-Jr., USMC LCpl. Robert Originales-Jr., USMC PFC Patrick Fege-U.S. Army Corporal Jonathon Ross-USMC Capt. Clay Bland-U.S. Army Capt. Hunter Bland-U.S. Army LCpl. Michael Gomez-USMC PFC Eli Harrington-USMC LCpl. “Trey” L. Chapa III-USMC Lt. Col. Bentley Nettles-U.S. Army Cpl. Jose R. Zepeda-USMC Jerry Zepeda-Civilian Contractor FR Brad Lindsey-U.S. Navy Capt. Chris Taylor-U.S. Army LCpl. Michael Pereira-USMC LCpl. Kevin Canada-USMC SPC Donald McPaul-U.S. Army SSgt. Percy Engineer-U.S. Army LCpl. Douglas R. Johnson-USMC Sgt. Jerome Estrada - USMC SSgt. Joseph Crow-USAF DaNetra D. Pittman-Civilian Conractor Airman Shannon Fleming-U.S. Navy Corporal Jake Crocker-USMC Corporal Armando Olivares-USMC Corporal Jonathan McCoy-USMC

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Ready to tee off on March 31 are shown l-r are: Mary Rose Zdunkewicz, Chair, Keith Simmons, Fran Aldrich, Cliff Aldrich and Anthony Francis. Grab your clubs and make your way to Weston Lakes Country Club for the 2nd Annual ‘Texana Tee Off’ Fundraising Golf Tournament to take place on March 31. This open tournament promises to be a fun day for all who participate. The ‘Texana Tee Off’ is being chaired by Mary Rose Zdunkewicz, Mayor of Weston Lakes, who is being assisted by co-chairs J.C. Whitten and Anthony Francis. This 18 hole scramble tournament includes; lunch, dinner, both live and silent auctions as well as other fun and games. Presenting Sponsor is Legacy Ford and other sponsors include; Eagle Sponsor Franco Albarran, Aces Sponsors Ted & Nancy Case, County Judge

Robert Hebert, Jim Shaw, LPR Commercial with Hole Sponsors; Tracy Bogiel of Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene, Commissioner James Patterson and John Zerwas. Sponsorships are still available including the title sponsorship at $3,000 to $200 Hole Sponsorship. Anyone interested in sponsoring this event should contact: J.C. Whitten at 281.750.9897 or Anthony Francis at 713-953-5097. The Tee Off Committee expects another great Texana Tee Off event, however, they need your help as they recognized that as the counties continue to grow, so too, does the demand for Texana’s services and additional support can only be satisfied through the generosity of our community.

Parents needed to sponsor foreign exchange students   Parents are needed to sponsor foreign exchange students and the economy may be putting a damper on volunteers who are afraid of the extra expense, says Stan Wolenski, a Pecan Grove resident and a representative of Cultural Academic Student Exchange (CASE). Wolenski says the cost of providing a home for these students is nominal. “They come with an allowance and insurance, so the cost is nominal and the rewards are phenomenal,” Wolenski said.  He became an avid CASE representative about two years ago when his grandson, Caribbean Wawrzyniak, participated in the exchange program. “He went to Spain and it was such a great experience. He learned so much and really enjoyed the experience,” Wolenski says. His daughter, in turn, hosted teens from other countries and Wolenski decided it might be worthwhile to do the same and has been involved with Case ever since. CASE is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing foreign exchange students with American host families.  All

students arrive with their own spending money and insurance and all the host family needs to do is provide a loving home, food and board.  As an incentive, current IRS regulations allow a $50 per month tax credit for the host families.  Our students hail from countries such as Vietnam, China, Germany, Brazil and many other Asian, European and South American countries. They are generally exceptionally well behaved. While some of these placements just do not work out, most do. You just have to have a set of guidelines or rules that they must follow. Since these kids do not speak perfect English, although most do speak English, and can’t drive, they are somewhat at your mercy. They usually adhere to the rules quite well,” he laughed. Host families must undergo a background check to rule out drug use and other crimes of moral turpitude. Most people sail through the qualification process, which usually takes about a week to complete. For additional information on the program, contact Wolenski at 832-875-7888 or e-mail him at  stanleycustom@yahoo.com.

FOOT FACTS by Dr. Eric Tepper BOARD CERTIFIED PODIATRIST, ACCPPS DON’T FORGET THE FEET

Preventing falls in seniors is critical. Statistics noted in the NovemberDecember 2013 Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association indicate that by 2020, the cost to the U.S. healthcare system as a result of seniors’ falls will reach $43.8 billion. In general, balance issues, lowerlimb muscle weakness, and modification of their physical environment help contribute to seniors’ falls. Foot problems, which are suggested to affect one in three individuals over 65, must be tended to consistently. Seniors should maintain regularly scheduled visits with a podiatrist to have existing or potential foot issues identified and treated. Proper footwear, an individualized exercise program, and regular toenail cutting can help prevent falls and keep seniors as active and independent as possible. Our feet are one of the most important parts of our body and need to be treated as such. When your feet tell you there’s trouble somewhere, we will work as a team with you, and other healthcare providers if appropriate, to keep you and your feet healthy and pain free. Feet that feel good make the rest of you feel good, too, so why not give us a call at 281-980-3668 to start the process today. We’re located at 3143 Hwy. 6 South. Don't take your feet for granted - call us for an appointment. Make your next step a comfortable one - call us for an appointment. HINT: Proper foot care can be life-saving.

It is just a matter of days before the Monday, March 31st deadline to purchase or according to some reports, sign up for health insurance to be paid this year. That is, if you want to be covered under a health care plan and not be subjected to a penalty on your

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2014 IRS return. Reportedly more than 5 million have signed up for coverage on the federal health insurance marketplace website. But there still remains confusion about what the March 31stdeadline actually means. In a nutshell, if you, an American individual, are without health care plan coverage after March 31, in all likelihood there’s a penalty fee that will be part of your 2014 tax return - $95 per adult and $47.50 per child or one percent of your household income, whichever is greater. In 2015, that will increase to $325 per adult or two percent of household income.

Gala Art Auction set for April 5 Congregation Beth El in Missouri City will host a live Art Auction featuring an extensive collection of diverse original artworks, on Saturday, April 5, and you are invited to attend! Open to the public, the Art Auction preview will begin at 7 pm, followed by the live auction at 8pm. Ticket prices are $20 per person, $35 per couple. Tickets will be available at the door. Wine and cheese, desserts and coffee will be served. The extraordinary collection may include works by Chagall, Neiman, Borelli, Delacroix, Agam, Fazzino, Tarkay, Boulanger, WoosterScott, Rockwell, Lui, and

scores of other modern masters and contemporary artists. Sports memorabilia will also be featured. In addition to the Art Auction, there will be an exclusive drawing to win a fabulous work of art. RSVP by April 1, and receive 3 free raffle tickets per person for the drawing. Major credit cards will be accepted for art purchases. To preview the art, visit www. marlinart.com. If you are unable to attend, but would like to support CBE, purchases can be made online; use code #50617 at check-out. For tickets or for additional information, call the Temple Office, 281-499-5066.

Fort Bend Junior Service League's Spring Fling "Black & White Bash" set for April 5

Michele Fisher, Radio Personality & Owner of Michele Fisher Voice Overs and James Patterson, Fort Bend County Commissioner. FBJSL and Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital have joined together to present the FBJSL Spring Fling “Black & White Bash”. A majority of the proceeds from this casinothemed event will benefit Fort Bend Family Promise (FBFP). Through a collaborative effort with local church congregations, FBFP provides shelter, meals, and comprehensive support to families that have lost their homes due to unfortunate circumstances. All remaining proceeds will benefit the FBJSL Community Assistance Fund which allows FBJSL to extend their financial support even further in the community by providing multiple smaller grants to local charitable organizations. The sold out “Black and White Bash” will take place on April 5, at Skeeters Constellation Field Insperity Club. This event will have several fun and exciting fundraising opportunities, including a casino, live auction, champagne and diamonds raffle, a wine and whiskey pull, bid board, and the opportunity to knock one out of the park from home plate at Constellation Field. FBJSL Spring Fling is still accepting donations for the live auction and bid board.

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Sugar Land's Land Use forum speakers announced for April 3 The sixth and final session in the Land Use Forum series Sustaining Vibrant Communities Through Redevelopment - is scheduled for April 3, at 6 p.m., at Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Boulevard Drive. The session is intended to help the community better understand the opportunities and benefits of redevelopment.  The session will cover: • the causes of decline in retail and commercial areas; • strategies available to revitalize areas to ensure they remain vibrant; and • the role cities play in guiding redevelopment. The keynote speaker will be Ellen Dunham-Jones, an architect and professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and an authority on suburban redevelopment. She and June Williamson co-authored Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs, (Wiley; 2009, 2011).   The book has been featured by the The New York Times, TED, Public Broadcasting Service and National Public Radio. The presentation will highlight topics important to the near-

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BRIDGEWATER/COMMONWEALTH – Gorgeous Highly Sought After 1 Story in Desired Commonwealth. Corner/ Cul-de-Sac lot with Greenbelt & Water View. Open Kitchen Concept Floor Plan. New Exterior Paint (1/2014). Updated Master Bath. Kitchen with Granite Counter Tops. A Must See! $349,900 call Virginia Mack 281-207-5200 (VM4523DV)

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Gorgeous custom Tommy Bailey home on one of the most magnificant cul -de-sac lots in Sienna! Incredible views from all windows. $999,999.

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Rare opportunity. One story on Jane Long Lake. Upscale golfing community, just fabulous. $409,999. CALL BARBARA MONTGOMERY 713-898-3938

Lovely well taken care of 1 owner Perry home on corner lot of cul-de-sac. Walking distance to elementary school!! $359,000. CALL BARBARA MONTGOMERY 713-898-3938

Very rare lot! Nothing else available in Fort Bend County like this lot. Located in Forest Isle in Sienna Plantation. $995,000. CALL BROOKS SIMMONS 713-502-8905

Located in Lake Olympia. All new carpet and laminate floors. Move in ready. $159,000. CALL BROOKS SIMMONS 713-502-8905

Rare find. Beautiful Perry home on a 17,896 SF. lot, with no backyard neighbors. House is at the end of the cul-de-sac. $399,988. CALL BROOKS SIMMONS 713-502-8905

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SWEETWATER - Fuqua designed home features dining rm w/wine cove; private gentleman’s study; island kitchen w/SS appliances & granite; Master + 2nd bedrm down; huge game rm + bonus rm; gorgeous backyard with pool/spa; mosquito system, outdoor kitchen w/ fireplace, & builtin BBQ grill. $880,000. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (5SI)

FIRST COLONY - Custom designed 2-story home situated on corner lot offers cast iron front dr; marble & tile flrs; brkfst area, music rm, & family rm w/3-way f/p; island kit w/granite & SS appls; master bath w/heated flrs; private study with f/p; game rm+media; covered patio; pool; man’s summer kit cove. Zoned to Clements! $695,000. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (3135EH)

TELFAIR - Classic Designed 2-Story Home offers Both Formal + Family; Island Kitchen w/ Granite; Wood & Travertine Tile Flrs; Game + Theater Rm; Gentleman’s Library; Putting Green w/6 Holes; Bocce Ct; Salt-Water Pool/ Spa.5/4.1/3A $995,000. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (7514TA)

RIVERSTONE - A spectacular stucco & stone Westport designed home offers private study; island kitchen w/granite & SS appliances; 1st flr owner’s retreat+ 2nd bedrm down; game rm; theater rm; pool/spa; summer kitchen; much more! Zoned to excellent schools. 5 bedrms/5.1 ba/3A $1,175,000. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (4CA)

Anita Milne 281-413-9732

SWEETWATER - Situated on 16th Fairway of Golf Course, Fuqua Designed Home Features Custom Wood Mantal from 1800’s Oregon Railway in Family Rm; Private Study; Double Crown Molding; Wood & Travertine; Granite; 2 Bedrms Down; All Bedrms w/ Private Baths; Lady’s Retreat; Game Rm; Expansion Storage; Pool/Spa. $1,499,000. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (38CH)

RIVERSTONE - Trendmaker Designed 2-Story Home offers Private Study, Open Kitchen w/ Granite & SS Appliances, Spacious Family Rm w/High Ceiling & Gas Log F/P, 1st Flr Master, 2nd Flr Game Rm + 3 Bedrms. No Backyard Neighbors. Built in 2013. 4/3.1/2A $385,000. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (4618MI)

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WESTFIELD PINES • Stop this is the one! This beautiful 4 bedroom home offers both formals, family room, large backyard. Lovely crown molding in formals and master bedroom. The warm feeling this home gives off as you walk in makes you want to stay. Enjoy entertaining family and friends, or a night of games or grilling your favorite burgers. A/C replaced in 2012. Come by you will be glad you did!!. $128,000 (5218RU)

Kathryn Anderson

MEADOWS PLACE

e-Pro 2323 Town Center Dr. Sugar Land, TX 77478

REDUCED DORRANCE 4/2/2 • $159,900

BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN!! NEW CABINETS

MONTICETO 3/2/2 • $144,900

DORRANCE 4/2/2 • $149,900

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QUAIL VALLEY - 4 Bedroom home on golf course. Kitchen has granite counters, gas cook top, double ovens. Breakfast room has great view of golf course. Large living room with gas log fireplace and golf course views. Complete with your own fruit trees in this oversized backyard. Carpet replaced throughout. MLS# 87587386 $189,000. (2914CP)

CRESCENTS ON THE GREEN - If you want it all, here it is! Really too many features to list, must see! Custom built in gated area of 1st Colony on Sweetwater CC golf course. Call for your appointment today! MLS# 37085143 $675,000. (33FH)

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6414 TOWNSGATE CIRCLE Cinco Ranch 3/2/2: Open and bright home with large master bathroom and luxurious master bath. Carrie Lam Lease Price: $1,650/month

REDUCED 6326 COOL WATER DR. New Territory 4/3.5/2: Traditional home w/ high ceilings, crown molding and updated lighting. Deborah Breuleux $325,900

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7219 CREEKS END BLVD. Lost Creek 4/3/2: Fantastic one story with high ceilings, tile floors, and backyard gazebo. Deborah Breuleux $200,000

14100 Southwest Freeway, Suite 245

12104 WILLOW BROOK LN. Southern Trails 4/2.5/2: Lovely home with tile floors, private master suite, game room, and small loft. Sharon Kaye $269,000

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NEW LOWER PRICE FAIRCHILD/NEEDVILLE - Sprawling Country Estate Custom nestled on total of approx: 5 Wooded acres (2 adl acres adjacent) Low taxes! Two lakes. Huge barn w/ insulated /Kitchen/Bath. Oversized carport & added slab for /equipment/large vehicles. Green House. Open floor plan perfect for entertaining. Metal roof. Large windows bring the outdoors in!!! Master Retreat w/adjoining sitting area/nursery,expansive dream Closets. Short commute to Hwy59 and 20 minutes to Sugar Land. Excellent Needville ISD! $825,000 CALL DEBBIE AT 281-782-2102 (7807FA)

SWEETWATER - One of most spectacular lots in the area/expansive cul-de-sac located close by Country Club on quiet prestigious street. Panaromic views from veranda,wrap around patio. Gated drive. Tropical outdoor setting w/lush landscapes. Elegant designer paint, dramatic staircase, new iron double doors& handscraped wood flooring. Meticulously maintained by original owners. $1,539,000 CALL DEBBIE AT 281-782-2102 (4703ME)

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Wonderfully updated 3/2/2, oversized garage, golf & water view. Quiet ABR, CDPE, CIPS, CRS, GRI street with delightful neighbors. High ceilings, tons of storage, updated kitchen & baths, wood floors, deck, RE/MAX Fine Properties great views. $169,900. Don’t miss it!!. 281-265-5533 • Each Office (2827BT)

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3/2/2, fresh paint, corner lot, great shade trees, big master, living & dining, covered back deck. $165,000. Clements H.S., Austin Parkway Elem., First Colony Middle. Split floor plan. (4402WA)

WEST FONDREN PLACE Short sale in Houston close to Beltway & W. Airport. Needs appliances, ac but great location & in good condition. Master down, no neighbors behind. $114,900. (12010FO)

Castle Furniture and the Fort Bend Star have a house warming gift for you For over 35 years the Fort Bend Star has partnered with the Fort Bend Real Estate community by reporting on its growth and prosperity as well as offering a voice to the community for new master

planned subdivisions and homes for sale and for lease. The "Star" has had the opportunity to work with many of the premier real estate agents and brokers in Fort Bend by helping families

and individuals find the right house and neighborhood. This is done through the newspaper by showcasing the realtors properties. As a 'Thank You' the "Star" has now partnered

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rugs, chandeliers, and much more. Castle's highly trained professional staff will guide you in choosing just the right furniture and styles for your home! The "Fort Bend Star" and Castle Furniture are saying 'Thank You' to the community and the real estate agents that advertise in the "Star" by offering each home buyer a special HOUSE WARMING

GIFT. Buy, sell or lease a home from one of the real estate agents that advertise in the "Star" and receive a special gift certificate from Castle Furniture to help you decorate your new home. For more information on how you can receive your gift certificate, please speak to one of the real estate agents or agencies advertising in the "Fort Bend Star".

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SWEETWATER.... $2,180,000

VENETIAN ESTATES.....$574,875

SUGAR CREEK....$2,100/MO

WATERSIDE ESTATES...$200,000

WATERSIDE ESTATES...$181,500

SUGAR MILL..........$177,000

COMMONWEALTH....$499,900

SWEETWATER.... $6,999,888

SIENNA......................$424,500

SHADOW CREEK RANCH..$894,000

SIENNA PLANTATION. $330,000

BARRINGTON PLACE..$178,000

RIVERBEND SOUTH.....$269,000

SWEETWATER.... $1,150,000

PECAN GROVE PLANTATION..$265,000

Custom estate that seems to have come right out of a magazine! Breathtaking golf course views!! (6GM)

One story Perry home. Oversized cul de sac lot! Close to schools, shopping & Grand Parkway. (2026CL)

Stunning 2 story, new carpet & paint. Hardwood, granite, backs to Park & Playground. (4418HE)

4/3.5/3 fully furnished, cul-de-sac, lakefront, salt water infinity pool, master down, granite. (11504WA)

Spacious 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 3 car garage, huge yard with basketball half court! (1802CH)

Waterfront ranch on approv. 1/3 acre on a short cul-de-dac street (115CA)

Goegeous one story home on cul de sac street! Shows beautifully! (20003CC)

Unbelievable opportunity to own this stunning Italian Renaissance Estate on Sweetwater golf course! (7GM)

Gorgeous home with custom touches on corner lot in golf course community. (9231HE)

6/5.5/3, on golf course, approx. 22,105 sq.ft., $60k upgrades, granite counters, hardwood floor, etc. (23DU)

Bendwood patio home on golfcourse, private cul-de-sac, mowing included! (32BR)

Great investment property in the heart of Sugar Land!! Has recent roof/ac and heat (614RO)

Stunning Waterfront! $60K custom upgrades, 5-6 BR, 3 FB, formals, media, master w/ sitting room. (3702FR)

Open floor plan, light and bright, across from the club house. (13307RO)

Beautiful home on the 2nd tee box of golf course. Recent stainless appliances in kitchen. (1726PL)

281- 491-1776 WE HAVE ACCESS TO EVERY LISTING ON H.A.R. below are just a few of our office listings

RIVERSTONE..... $2,199,880

BRUNSWICK MEADOWS.$129,000

KING LAKES...........$479,000

GREATWOOD GREEN...$214,900

Darling 2 story, fresh paint & carpet. Open Concept, close to park! (10402TP)

SIENNA PLANTATION. $249,900

CHIMNEYSTONE....CALL FOR PRICING! Elegant, spacious, accessible, immaculate home. Renovated, big yard, close to pool. (2726KR)

BRIDGEWATER/COMMONWEALTH. $349,900

GREATWOOD........$648,000

LAKES OF MISSION GROVE...$425,000

MANORS AT RIVERSTONE..$249,900

QUAIL VALLEY......$277,000

RIVERSTONE.........$525,000

KINGSBRIDGE PLACE..$166,900

LAKES OF WILLIAM RANCH.. $1,195,000

FIRST COLONY.....$262,000

GREATWOOD........$474,900

RIVERSTONE.........$465,000

SIENNA......................$375,000

LEXINGTON SQUARE... $1,600/MO

LAKE POINTE.........$589,800

Stunning Mediterranean, water front, estate in gated section of Riverstone! (32MH)

Foreclosure, Luxury home on 1/2 acres, wterfront, 4373SF, 3 car garage, loaded w/custom features. (3811TA)

3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath 2-Story Home on a cul-de-sac street that features an open floor plan. (14823WA)

4/4.5/3, 3731 sq ft./HCAD, Better than new only 2 yrs old. More that $85K upgrades. (5707FL)

Just minutes from Medical Center, 2 story, 3BR/2BA, attached garage, built 2006 Hurry! (2754GR)

Gorgeous gated townhome, 3BR, 2.5 BA, high ceilings, wood floors, granite, media room. (4317LW)

Stunning custom home w/groin vaulted ceilings & designer touches throughout! Pool/Spa (1007GE)

Sienna Village of Shipman’s Landing. Large and Beautiful 5-4 1/2 - 2. Priced to sell! 713-725-5051. (3215LO)

Lakefront gorgeous 1.5 story home w/pool & spa. 4/4, theater, garden, pergola. Must see! (25722CT)

Gorgeous Highly Sought After 1 Story in Desired Commonwealth. A Must See! (4523DV)

Unique custom home on water and golf course. Granite, wood & stone floors, pool and more! (3011GT)

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, Granite, updated. Clements High School. (2610CS)

Beautiful home w/great floor plan. Fresh paint & carpet. Spacious game room upstairs. (3546LA)

Adorable 3 bedroom, 1 story with recent updates! Sparking Pool! (1843TE)

One of a kind! Too many details & updates to list in this Amazing home. (1206FB)

Better than new w/top of the line appliances & designer toucher throughout! (4411HO)

Beautiful Newmark gem on big corner cul-de-sac lot! Large Pool & Spa (1607SR)

Meticulously Maintained. Original model 2/every builder upgrade, elevator. (1308LP)


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Kindergarten registration in Fort Bend ISD is April 7-9 

Kindergarten registration dates for the school year 2014-2015 have been set for Fort Bend ISD elementary schools. As a convenience to parents and guardians, two day-time registration dates will be offered, as well as an evening registration date. The dates are as follows: • Monday, April 7 – all elementary campuses (8:10 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.) • Tuesday, April 8 – all elementary campuses (8:10 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.) and (5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.) • Wednesday, April 9 – all elementary campuses (8:10 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.) To register a child for kindergarten, parents will need a copy of their child’s birth certificate (or its equivalent),

immunization records, social security card (If unavailable, a state ID number will be assigned), and proof of residence. Proof of residence should include a deed, lease or mortgage agreement, a current utility bill (gas, water or electric) and an unexpired Texas driver’s license (or other government provided photo ID) that contains the address of the parent or guardian residing within the FBISD boundaries. In addition, a child must be five (5) years of age on or before September 1 to enroll in kindergarten in the state of Texas. For more information regarding kindergarten registration, please contact the school in which your child will enroll.

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Dew House 2nd annual yard sale set for April 5 Cub Scouts from Scanlan Oaks Den 4 and Austin Parkway Den 14 toured the historic Dew House in February to learn about their area history from volunteer docents who will be hosting their second Annual Yard Sale Saturday April 5 from 9 AM to 2PM to raise funds in support of East Fort Bend County’s only interactive museum.  Docents will be accepting

donations of household items in good condition each Sunday in March during Museum Hours between 1 and 4 PM.  Please support the Dew House Docents as they work toward their goal of bringing the past alive for kids of every age at the DeWalt Heritage Center (the old Dew House) in Kitty Hollow Park.  Going South on Highway 6 the park is on the left just past the Sienna/HEB entrance.

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Robber leaves banks with cash in hand Young woman slammed By LeaAnne Klentzman

Bank robbery in Fort Bend County is like taking candy from a baby. On Friday afternoon, March 21, Sheriff’s deputies responded to a bank robbery at the First Community Bank in 23700 block of Cinco Ranch

Boulevard in north Fort Bend County just south of Katy. Reportedly, it all started about 2:19 p.m. when a black male wearing a ski mask and all black clothing entered the bank with a gun, demanding cash from the tellers then fleeing the area in an older model maroon van. Then the following Monday,

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Notice is hereby given that the Original Letters of Independent Administration for the Estate of ESTHER JAMAIL BOFTSIL, Deceased, were issued on the 25th day of November, 2013 and the Order on Application of Letters for Independent Administration Nunc Pro Tunc was entered on February 13, 2014, under Docket No. 13-CPR-026113, pending in the Probate Court No. 2 of Fort Bend County, Texas. Claims may be presented in care of the attorney for the Estate addressed as follows: Representatives, Estate of Esther Jamail Bofysil c/o: Sherry B. Angelo Attorney at Law 10707 Corporate Drive, Ste. 135 Stafford, Texas 77477 All persons having claims against this Estate which is currently being administered are required to present them within the time and in the manner prescribed by law.

A 21 year old woman was leaving first Colony Mall near the Forever 21 exit when she was accosted and her phone was stolen. On Saturday evening, March 15, about 8:30 pm, a young woman was walking from the north entrance/ exit of First Colony Mall, headed to the parking lot. As she walked she was texting on her phone when she was approached by a lightskinned black man who tried to grab her phone, said Sugar Land police spokesman Doug Adolph. She held onto the phone

and tried to pull away, but the man threw her to the ground, forced the phone from her hands and ran toward Methodist Hospital, said Adolph. She suffered minor cuts and scratches in the melee. She gave chase for a short distance and then flagged down a motorist who helped her search the area but they were unsuccessful. The crook got away. The suspect was described as a 17-19 years old; wearing afro-styled hair. He was wearing a red and white motorcycle jacket, black jeans and white

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PART-TIME POSITION Southern Painting, a prestigious painting company in Southwest Houston seeks a professional to work 20 hours/week. You will drop brochures to upper income homes in Southwest Houston. $20/ hour. College Degree, Professional Demeanor, Physically Fit - able to walk 2 – 3 miles/ day, Reliable Transportation. Must live in Sugar Land/Missouri City area. Contact Bill Cook at 832-3303292.

EMPLOYMENT AND REAL ESTATE LINE ADS are $15 for 20 words or less. Each additional word is 75¢/ word. Call DENISE 281690-4200.

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Call Andi St. Jean 281-265-0000

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A proposal to adopt an ordinance amending Chapter 102 of the Code of Ordinances, the same being the City’s Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, by granting a Specific Use Permit to Carson Companies to allow the development of a light industrial facility. The property is located within the City in Zoning District Primary Corridor, and further identified as being approximately 11.95 acres out of Unrestricted Reserves “A-2” and “B” of Estates at Promenade North located between Highway 90A and Promenade Boulevard with frontage on Promenade Boulevard. All residents of the City of Stafford and other interested parties are invited to attend and will be given the opportunity to be heard.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Stafford, Texas on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 7:30 PM and before the City Council of the City of Stafford, Texas on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 7:00 PM, in the City Council Chambers, Stafford City Hall, 2610 South Main, Stafford, Texas for the purpose of receiving testimony for and against the following:

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Editor’s note: Fort Bend Community Calendar are for non-profit events. Deadline is 12 p.m. every Friday. Please keep wording to a minimum. Answer the “5 W’s”: Who, What, When, Where, and Why. e-mail to StarNews@FortBendStar.com or mail to: Fort Bend Star, 4655 Techniplex Dr., Suite 300, Stafford, Texas 77477. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26

AARP Chapter 4075 to meet Sugar Land AARP Chapter 4075 will meet Wed., March 26, 1 p.m., T.E. Hartman Center, 234 Matlage Way. Program will feature candidates from Sugar Land and FBISD for the May elections, For more info 713-7243113. Sugar Land candidate forum AARP Sugar Land Chapter 4075 will hold a Fort Bend ISD Candidate Forum on Wednesday, March 26, 1:00pm, TE Harman Senior Center, 226 Matlage Way, Sugar Land. The public is invited to attend. A meet and greet with refreshments will be held following the forum. For information, contact Diana Miller 713-724-3113.

THURSDAY, MARCH 27

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Seminar Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital invites you to join them on Thursday, March 27, for a free Colorectal Cancer Awareness Seminar presented by Dr. Ali Mahmood, Colorectal Surgeon; Dr. Jorge Darcourt, Hematologist/Oncologist and Dr. Nitesh Vachhani, Gastroenterologist. Attendees will receive a free colorectal screening kit to take home. The presentation is 6:30 p.m. at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Conference Center. Call 281-274-7500 or register online at houstonmethodist.org/events to reserve a seat. Colorectal Seminar Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, 16655 SW Freeway, Conference Center, will host this seminar Thursday, March 27, 6:30 p.m. Learn about colorectal cancer & take home a free colorectal screening kit. Registration required 281-274-7500 or houstonmethodist.org/events. Door prizes & refreshments.

SATURDAY, MARCH 29

Dulles HS garage sale Dulles High School Jr. ROTC is hosting a huge multi-family garage sale, Saturday, March 29, 8am to noon, in front of Dulles High School Auditorium. Proceeds go to JROTC booster club to support the cadet activities. Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra takes the stage Experience a magical musical as the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra takes the stage at B.F. Terry HS, Graeber Auditorium, 5500 Avenue N, Rosenberg, Saturday, March 29, 7 p.m., for “Once Upon a Time”.General admission tickets $10. Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult, but need a ticket. Purchase tickets at www.fbso.org or call 281.276.9642.

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Gifts Galore Greatwood Spring Gift Show Gifts Galore Greatwood to hold their 12th Annual Spring Gift Show, Saturday, March 29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Dickinson Elementary, 7110 Greatwood Parkway, Sugar Land. Over 75 vendors, Easter Egg hunt, plus much more. Admission free, strollers welcome. More info at Staci@GiftsGaloreShows.com.

SUDAY, MARCH 30

Auto Rama at the Ranch This fundraiser is presented by Sterling McCall Auto Group benefitting George Ranch HS Band. The event is Sunday, March 30, George Ranch High School, 8181 FM 762, Richmond. Cars, games, food vendors, entertainment. Sponsorship opportunities available. For more info Kathryn at 832-453-4425 or visit www.ghsband.org. Free admission.

THURSDAY, APRIL 3

Debutante Cotillion meeting An information meeting for a Debutante Cotillion (grade 9-12), will be held April 3, 6 p.m., Sienna Plantation Branch Library, 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd., Missouri City. For more info call 832-367-9087. Home school informational meeting An information meeting for Home School -High School (grade 9-12), will be held Thursday, April 3, 7 p.m., Sienna Plantation Branch Library, 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd., Missouri City. For more information call 832-367-9087. Social media 3 session seminar The Central Fort Bend Chamber will host a 3-session seminar Thursday, April 3, Rosenberg Civic Center, 3825 Hwy. 6 So. First session 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.; 2nd session 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; 3rd session 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., (box lunch included). Chamber members $30 1 session, $50 2 sessions, $75 for all 3. Call Shannon at 281-3425464 for more info. Candidate forum set Fort Bend County candidate forum hosted by the Fort Bend Chamber for city & school board elections will be held Thursday, April 3, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., City Centre at Quail Valley, Missouri City. Missouri City mayor & city council, 11 a.m.; 11:45 a.m. Richmond mayor & city commissioners; 12:30 p.m. Stafford MSD Board of Trustees; 1:15 p.m. FBISD Board of Trustees. Registration & attendance fees visit www.fortbendchamber.com. Alief AARP Chapter 3264 Alief AARP Chapter 3264 will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, April 3,The Abbey at Westminster, 2865 Westminster Plaza Blvd., Houston. Entertainment is Henry Lee, concert violinist. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., A catered meal 6:30 p.m. Program 7:00 p.m. Call 281-7857372 for more information.

SATURDAY, APRIL 5

Getting your garden ready Fort Bend County Master Gardeners open their Demonstration Gardens, give advice about plants suited to Fort Bend County and offer tips on preparing for the growing season on Saturday, April 5, 9 a.m.-11 a.m., 1402 Band Road in Rosenberg, Call 281-341-7068 or visit http://www.fbmg.com/ for more information. Gala Art Auction Congregation Beth El, 3900 Raoul Wallenberg Dr., Missouri City, to host this live art auction, Sat., April 5, preview at 7 p.m., live auction at 8 p.m. Tickets $20 per person, $35 per couple. Auction features art in all media & price ranges. Early bird incentive, RSVP by April 1 & receive 3 free raffle tickets. For more info 281-499-5066.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9

DAR meeting Join the Fort Bend Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, on Wednesday, April 9, 10:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m., in the Chapel of First United Methodist Church, 3900 Lexington Blvd., Missouri City. April program will be “Historic Houston by Story Sloane”. Contact Gwen at jbbumdar@Hotmail.com for more info.DAR website is http://www.texasdar.org/chapters/FortBend/.

FRIDAY, APRIL 11

“You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown” Cast Theatrical Company with the cooperation of Tams-Witmark presents “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown”, Fridays & Saturdays, April 11 – May 3,@ 8:00pm. Matinees are scheduled Saturday, April 19, 2:30pm, & Sunday May 4 @ 2:30pm For reservations and tickets call 832-889-3808 Cast is located at 1909 Ave G Rosenberg. For more info www.casttheatrical.com.

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YOUTHBUILD competition Fort Bend Habitat for Humanity and Techno Chaos are partnering to bring a fun day to children at Sugar Land Town Center with a day of competition, Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., YOUTHBUILD a competition for 1st-3rd graders, 4th-5th graders, and 6th-8th graders constructing either the “most creative” or “most realistic” house out of Legos. Registration now open at www.fortbendhabitat.org, until March 31, $10 per person which includes a T-Shirt, and lunch from Raising Cain-Sugar Land. For more info call 281-403-0708.

SUNDAY, APRIL 13

Teens turn suds & shine into support April is Autism Awareness Month, Hope for Three is having a car wash Sunday, April 13, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., C&C Dental, 17003 Southwest Fwy., Sugar Land to raise awareness and benefit Fort Bend children living with autism. FREE eco-friendly car wash. Donations accepted.Venture over to Beauty Indulgence, 4715 Sweetwater Blvd. for a haircut and blow dry from 11:00am – 5:00pm, only $24 ($65 value). $12 donated to H43. Exciting details: hopeforthree.org/carwash-for-kids/

MONDAY, APRIL 14

Fort Bend Masters Golf Tournament Central Fort Bend Chamber will hold this tournament Monday, April 14, Pecan Grove Plantation Country Club, 3000 Plantation Dr., Richmond. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., Shotgun start at 10:30 a.m. Contact Shannan at sstavinoha@cfbca.org to secure your team or your tent.

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Oyster Creek Rotary Club meets The Oyster Creek Rotary Club meets every Friday at noon @ The Quail Valley Centre(Golf Club), 2880 LaQuinta, Missouri City. All are welcome to come. For Information contact Cindy Fauvelle,713-829-0550 or cindyfauvelle@yahoo.com. Austin HS spring flower sale Now through March 20 Austin HS ProGrad is selling bedding flowers by the flat. Each flat comes with 18 - four in. (4”) high quality flowers, various varieties. Cost $20 per flat or 3 flats $50.They will be delivered to Austin HS, 3434 Pheasant Creek Drive, Sugar Land, March 28 or can be delivered for a fee. Order form online is austinbulldofprograd.weebly.com or call 281-565-0427. Fort Bend Aggie Moms’ Club 3rd Annual Raffle Fort Bend Aggie Moms’ is hosting their 3rd annual raffle benefitting scholarships for Fort Bend Aggie students. Only 500 tickets will be sold at $100 each. !st prize is a Chevy Camaro 2LS Coupe(valued $24,500); 2nd prize is offshore fishing trip for 3 (valued $ 1,500); 3rd prize 46” RCA LED HDTV (valued $599); & 4th prize a weekend night stay at a BCS vacation homes rental (valued $260). You must be 18 to receive prize. Drawing will be held April 12. Contact Barbara Nachlas 281-242-7743.

Registration now open Sienna Panthers Lacrosse Registration for Spring Season (2014) is now open. Accepting boys from 1st grade to 12th grade! For more information and to register online, go to fbpantherslax.org.

New Diabetic support group Mondays 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Memorial Hermann Sugar Land, 17500 West Grand Paryway South, hospital conference rooms B & C. Feb. 17, 2014, May 19, 2014. Events are free RSVP to 713-222-2273. Info? 281725-5059. Morning Exchange Club of Sugar Land The morning Exchange Club of Sugar Land is an all-volunteer national service organization for men and women who want to serve their community, develop leadership skills, and enjoy new friendships. The Club meets every Wednesday morning at 7:00 a.m., Sweetwater Country Club, Palm Royale Blvd., Sugar Land. Web site is ECSL.ORG Exchange Club of Fort Bend meets The Exchange Club of Fort Bend meets every Wednesday, noon, Sweetwater Country Club, 4400 Palm Royal Blvd., Sugar Land. For more information call Mike Reichek at 281-575-1145 or mike@reichekfinancial.com. Support group for caregivers NAMI Fort Bend (an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness) would like to invite you to a Support Group for caregivers on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. These meetings are free and open to anyone who is giving care and support to a family member who is suffering from mental illness. These are caregiver ONLY meetings and are held at St. Laurence Catholic Church in Sugar Land, in the Social Concerns Conference Room from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Al-Anon Support Group Does someone have a drinking problem? Weekly, 1 hour meetings every Saturday night, 8 p.m., Lamplighters, 2425 FM 1092, (Murphy Road) in the Baytown Seafood strip center. Last Saturday of month the meetings are held at Denny’s Hwy.6 near Murphy Rd. Call Jill 281-416-9005. Interested about breastfeeding? Mothers wishing to find out more about breastfeeding are invited to attend a meeting of La Leche League of Fort Bend every second Monday at 7pm at Memorial Hermann Sugarland Hospital or every third Monday at 10:30am at St. Theresa Catholic Church Family Life Center. Babies are always welcome at meetings. For more info call Erin: 281-325-0618, Laura: 281-2774989, Lisa: 281-710-7171, Briana: brianavalencia@gmail.com

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