Page 1


INSIDE STORY | Honoring dad on Father’s Day, see page 3

Get the Compensation You Deserve


4141 Southwest Freeway, Suite 265 Houston, Texas 77027


see page 2

WEDNESDAY | JUNE 17 | 2015 Now it is a great time to list your home. Let me sell your home!

Michelle Mattli 281-455-3955

Fort Bend / Southwest • Volume 37 • No. 43


EYE ON THE WEATHER... See page 7 for tips and suggestions on how to stay safe in the event of inclement weather. Follow Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management ( and for weather news and updates.

Fort Bend law enforcement emphasizes pro-active approach

Olympian - Fort Bend 281-201-5737

BRIEFLY Rep. Miller to set up District 26 Tax Advisory Team Texas State District 26 Rep. Rick Miller (R-Sugar Land) plans to address growing concerns about rising property taxes REP. RICK MILLER with a District 26 Advisory Team on “tax issue” this fall. Last week, a group of 1,000+ Fort Bend County residents have protested what they believe to be high and arbitrary property taxes this year in front of the Fort Bend Central Appraisal District offices in Rosenberg. During their most recent protest earlier this week, representatives from the respective offices of Miller, State Rep. Phil Stephenson (R) and State Sen. Joan Huffman (R) communicated with the protesters. All three legislators represent part of Fort Bend County. “I believe we have some issues we need to follow-up on regarding the appraisal system and property taxes,” Miller said. “I look forward to working with this group and discussing these issues.” Courtney Hjaltman, Chief of Staff for Miller, said the Advisory Team will be comprised of members from the Appraisal District, local government entities and citizens. “It will be charged with reviewing each of the taxing areas in place currently as well as coming up with possible solutions that we might look to address next session,” Hjaltman said. Hjaltman said the Advisory Team, which will include approximately 11 members, will begin meeting in September. While some taxpayers are looking forward to the dialogue, Katy realtor and tax protest leader Aaron Layman doesn’t think it will result in real changes to the current system. “It’s the common formula of delay, obfuscate and distract,” Layman said. “You saw the same thing on the federal level with the robo-signing scandal and the national mortgage settlement. They created a task force (working group) to analyze the cases.”


By Subhrata Barot For The Star A city only 300 miles away from Fort Bend County – is the newest municipality to be put on the center stage for police and civilian relations. Earlier this month, McKinney Police officers were dispatched to an altercation at a pool party. A bystander took a cell phone video of MPD officer Eric Casebolt bringing an unarmed teenage girl to the ground, taking out his service revolver and yelling obsceni-

4655 Techniplex Dr. Suite 300 Stafford, Texas 77477 281-690-4200 281-690-5200 fax

larger cities and both have a predominantly white population. According to recent U.S. Census Bureau statistics, Collin County is 75 percent Caucasian whereas Fort Bend County is almost 58 percent Caucasian. Collin and Fort Bend counties are nine and 21 percent black, respectively. Though both counties are predominantly white, Fort Bend County is more diverse in race. Fulshear Police Chief Kenny Seymour refused to comment on what actually happened in McKinney due

to lack of factual information, but did say that this sort of situation can happen anywhere. He also added that with the advent of social media, citizens are don’t have the facts regarding law enforcement situations. “A lot of people really believe what they read and what they see on social media,” Seymour said. “There are a lot of things that people are misinformed about when it comes to law enforcement. We are not against you, we are out there for you.”



Above: Sienna Plantation resident Nadine Moon made an elaborate 10-foot cake that was featured on the Food Network last week. (Submitted photo)

Right: Sienna Plantation resident Nadine Moon has been featured nationally for some of her cakes. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

Sienna resident receives national attention By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@

Sienna Plantation resident Nadine Moon has a sign with a Julia Child quote in her office – “A Party without a Cake is just a Meeting.” If that one-liner rings true, Moon is responsible for creating some great parties throughout the Houston area and beyond. She built a 10-foot-cake

in the design of Cinderella’s Carriage for former Houston Texans defensive lineman Ryan Pickett and his wife. “People realized what could be done with cakes, and they’ve become more and more elaborate,” Moon said. Moon, owner of Houstonbased “Who Made The Cake” – a premier custom cake design studio, has become one of the most recognizable wedding cake designers in the United

States. The Food Network took notice and featured Moon on an episode of “Outrageous Wedding Cakes 2.” It debuted last week but will air again at 2 p.m. Friday. For the episode, Moon and her staff of 12 employees created another 10-foot-tall elaborate cake that would help create a “fairy tale” atmosphere. They used real gold and spent weeks on getting the

design right. There were logistical challenges to moving such a large cake from the shop to the venue, but it all worked out, and the segment concluded with the bride & groom – Leah Moreau and Carlos Murillo – thrilled with the outcome. Moon, who’s called Fort Bend County home since 1996, meets with every couple before designing their cake. “They tell me things they

like and I’ll start sketching them,” Moon said. A large cake, such as the one from the Moreau-Murillo Wedding, can cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $5,000-$6,000. Moon has worked on large cakes, but a large part of her business goes to regular-sized wedding cakes that range from $4-5 per slice.


130-acre West Fort Bend shopping center to open early next year By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@

The Fort Bend Southwest Star

ties at the teenagers, many of whom were African-American. Casebolt is Caucasian. The video went viral, and Casebolt resigned from the force amid protests and apologized for his actions. Fort Bend law enforcement officials are aware of similar incidents around the country, and they’ve taken a pro-active approach in ensuring similar situations don’t take place here. There are some significant demographic similarities between McKinney’s Collin County and Fort Bend County. Both areas are suburbs to

Within the next two years, western Fort Bend County residents in the Grand Parkway/ Harlem Road area won’t have to travel north to Katy or east to Sugar Land for their shopping needs. Houston-based Read King, a Commercial Real Estate and Development Company, is de-

veloping 130-acre Water View Town Center at the Northwest Corner of Grand Parkway/Harlem. “It’s an opportunity for residents to have all goods and services close to their home,” said Jeff Read, Read King managing partner said. Read King broke ground on the project, which is expected to include big box retail, restaurants, a health club and entertainment, in March, and

retail shops will begin opening in the first quarter of 2016. It’s expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2017. Read said he can’t reveal the names of any of the retailers until later this year, but noted that it will be a “single story” retail development, as opposed to the more vertical La Centerra in Cinco Ranch. Read King recently completed a comparable mixed use retail development on the

northeast side of Houston, close to the Summer Creek neighborhood. Two hundred and seventy luxury apartments are being built, and there will be about 600 when the development is complete. Read King is negotiating with some hotels, but they probably wouldn’t be built until 2017—after the retail element is complete. The Town Center is nearby

several large communities, including Aliana, which is one of the fastest growing areas in the U.S. Other nearby developments include Waterside Estates, Water View and Harvest Green. “All of the growth here is driven by the Grand Parkway,” Read said. Read King is also working on building a new HEB Supermarket in Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear.


Outstanding Agents • Outstanding Results

Each Office Independently Owned & Operated

Where Sellers and Buyers Come Together Since 1986 • 281-491-1776

PAGE 2 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015



Fort Bend Sheriff’s Deputy Nora Matheny By Keon Broadnax For The Star “Life’s too short to not do what you want.” These are the words that the first woman to patrol in District 18 lives her life by. Deputy Nora Matheny received an award for being a deputy for 30 years in the Fort Bend County. She has been a part of the Fort Bend patrol team, criminal investigation division and detention deputies, as well as, a part of the dispatch team in Stafford for two years. She described her motivation for taking up law enforcement from her days as a teenager calling herself a peeping one, or a teenager who always got into trouble. She said that she wanted to make the community better by changing one of those kids one at a time as an officer. “If I could keep one kid from going that path and show them a better path to take… so they could grow up to become responsible adults.” Matheny said.

Yet Matheny has not only given back to her community as a law enforcement officer, but also as a voluntary church member. She has served on countless committees such as the mission committee, Red Cross committee and the hospitality committee. Most importantly, Matheny has been a bible study teacher for elementary students for a while, and that has influenced the next chap-

ter in her life. Each morning, Matheny tells each inmate within the jail, “Good Morning (inmate’s name), today is a brand new day, one day closer to your brighter future.” This is the statement that Matheny tells to the inmates at the jail at the beginning of each day, but soon she will saying that statement to young students ready to learn. Currently, as Matheny serves as a detention deputy at the Fort Bend County Jail, but she plans to retire soon and start a new adventure as an elementary teacher. Matheny is taking classes at the University of Houston-Sugarland to get her teaching certificate. She is now two years away from starting a new chapter in her life. From teaching inmates how to sew at the tailor school in the jail, to teaching children about the Bible, to making arrests, to skydiving with her children, these are just some of the things that Matheny has done in her lifetime and she plans on doing more.

Credit union to open inside Stafford High By Michael Sudhalter

met with Smart Financial Credit Union about the posmsudhalter @ sibility of setting up a credit union, along with financial Like most schools, Staf- literacy classes as electives ford High has science labs in the curriculum. for experiments, a library for “When Dr. Bostic became books and multimedia and a superintendent of Stafford gymnasium for athletics. Municipal School District, Starting in August, SHS the discussions continued,” will become one of only two said Stafford MSD Grants & schools in the Houston area Career Programs Specialist with a credit union on cam- Cherise Roberts. “Smart Fipus. The other one is Lamar nancial broached the subject of course, the answer was High in Houston. of adding a banking center to yes.” District and city leaders SMSD. We were excited and Bostic and other district leaders toured the banking center at Lamar, and the school district’s board of trustees voted to approve it earlier this year. Do you know of an athlete or a team that you’d “Financial literacy classes like to see covered in The Star’s sports section. will be offered to all SMSD E-mail with the information. students,” Roberts said. “The programs will be customized to each age group and cover everything from the basics of saving for the elementary school students to the importance of credit to high school students. Smart Financial Jennifer Weaver will even offer programs to 281-207-5037 the parents such as Finance RE/MAX Southwest 101, Home Buying, Car Buy281-491-1776 x5037 Each Office Independently ing and Saving Practices.” Owned & Operated The addition of the Credit Union means that students will work there, along with a banking center manager from Smart Financial. There will also be internship opportunity for students. SMSD students will be (4822LW) (7319EG) able to set up savings and checking accounts. With E their parents’ involvement, OM H they’ll be able to obtain credUR RE O SALE PENDING YIN 3H EDAYS! it cards, auto and personal (2234WA) (3315EL) loans. If you have a home to sell, “The banking center will function as a traditional call a professional who will get results! credit union,” Roberts said. “It is also open to the Stafford community.



#8 IN THE COMPANY with Sales in excess of $2 Million


with sales in excess of $1 Million


with sales in excess of $2 Million

Sports story ideas?


Selling the American Dream for 35 Years












#8 IN THE COMPANY/TEAMS with sales in excess of $2 Million


with sales in excess of $2 Million


Real Estate Broker in Fort Bend County Call Us Today (281) 265-5533


4500 Hwy 6 South Sugar Land, TX 77478



JAY HARRIS 281.565.2222

“Realtor Recommended, for a great Home and Auto Insurance Package!”

Fastest Growing Real Estate Company Chad or Andi St. Jean




Proudly Serving Fort Bend County for 20 years!!



• Home • Auto • Business • Life • Toys “Fastest Growing Agency in Texas.”

ANDREW HALEY Agency Owner Office: (281) 643-0996 4501 Cartwright Road, Ste 306 Missouri City, TX 77459


281- 980-5050


See us online


Wednesday, June 17, 2015 H

HAIR AUTHORITY “The Place To Be” A full service hair salon. Specializing in RELAXERS • COLOR CUTS • HAIR WEAVING

Thanking my dad for life lessons... Growing up, I always thought that Father’s Day was somewhere between a reason to have a nice family gathering, and a Hallmark Holiday. Things have changed now that I live two states away from my father, and most of the time, we’re apart during that special Sunday in June. Thanks to technology, we use FaceTime communicate on a weekly basis, but there’s nothing like spending time in person. When it comes to the things that my dad has done for me over the years, well, there’s not enough space in the entire newspaper to go through it all. One of the fondest memories of my childhood was the experience of having my father coach my youth basketball teams. I learned about his patience during the first couple of years. I scored a combined four points in the third and fourth grades, but he was still there, teaching the game and never losing faith in my abilities. The proverbial light bulb went off the following year, and nobody was prouder than my dad.

In fact, my skills had improved enough that I was chosen to be one of the members of a select team that traveled to play other nearby towns. My dad volunteered to coach that team as well, dedicating even more time. It meant waking up early on weekend mornings and planning practices during the week, when he could have been watching television or taking a nap. He signed me up for multiple basketball camps and summer leagues, driving through traffic at inconvenient times to make sure I had the best training available. Our town was basketballcentric, and making the high school varsity team was a goal of every young athlete in the town. I know there was a time when my dad wanted me to live that dream, the same as he did 30 years earlier in another nearby town. But when he realized it wasn’t going to happen, he was very understanding. He even apologized to me, saying that he was probably tougher on me


during all those years of training. His apology was unnecessary. We both came to realize that it was the journey, not the destination, that mattered. And I didn’t think he was as tough on me as he thought. I’ve surely benefited in all facets of my life from those athletic experiences of my youth, but memories of my father’s

dedication to my development as an athlete, and more importantly, a person, came rushing back to me last year. That’s when I heard a song called “I Was There” by Paul Brandt, who is the Canadian Garth Brooks. Brandt had a hit in the U.S., the wedding song, “I Do,”in the mid 1990s before moving north to focus his efforts in his native Canada. “I Was There” is a song about hockey, but it could really about any dedicated parent of any sport, or extracurricular activity, for that matter. When Brandt sang, “I was there when there was nobody else around, I was there, I was that voice out in the crowd, shouting get back up, gotta give ‘er, gotta get ‘er done, ooo I was a locker room prayer,” it brought me back to a hardwood basketball floor in a small Massachusetts town. I’m glad I heard that song, which is now among my favorites, but more importantly, I’m happy that my dad helped make me a better person and set the standard for the father I hope to be someday.

Beware of FEMA scammers in Fort Bend The Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management has been in contact with numerous residents who have reported individuals coming into their homes posing as Federal Emergency Management Agency officials. At this time there are no FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams operating within Fort Bend County, but FEMA contractors may visit your home if you have already filed a claim with FEMA. If a resident has not filed a claim with FEMA, individuals visiting their home

claiming to work for FEMA are likely to be scammers. These scammers may be advising residents to obtain loans, purchase home insurance coverage, purchase services, or worse. If an individual comes to your home claiming to be from FEMA, demand to see identification. If they are not in a FEMA uniform and/ or unwilling to show FEMA official identification, immediately dial 9-1-1. These scammers are dangerous. The Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management is working closely

with state and federal officials from multiple agencies to assemble an organized program of assistance for residents. When assistance teams are available, you will receive communication from our office, and the assistance teams will be in uniform and carrying official identification. If you are ever in doubt about services or assistance being offered, visit an official website of the organization the individual is claiming to be from, and call their official phone number to ask questions. Information print-

ed on forms and brochures left behind by scammers may be factual, but may also be fraudulent. All FEMA and county disaster services are provided free of charge; you should never be asked to pay anything to complete applications or receive assistance from the government. If you have already had somebody in your home or on your property claiming to be from FEMA and believe you are a victim of a scam, please call the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office by dialing 281-341-4704 and file a report.


832-614-3143 Cheryl Richardson

3540 Highway 6, Sugar Land (Located in Sola Salons)

“Selected Best Family Physicians in USA in 2004,2006, 2009”


Board Certified Family Physician

Medwin Family Medicine & Rehab

Complete Wellness Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones Accepting most Insurances, Medicare and Medicaid • Management of Diabetes/ Hypertension/Thyroid/ Dementia/Asthma • Wellness/Preventative Care, Infancy-Old Age • Consultation • Physicals for Work/ School • Dermatology • Depression/Anxiety

• Minor Ambulatory Procedures • Lab Tests • Weight Management/nutrition • Pediatric & Adult Immunization • Well Woman Exams • Urgent Care • ESPDT Exams • Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy


1235 Lake Pointe Parkway, Ste,103 Sugar Land, TX 77478 Monday -Friday 8-6 pm • Saturday 8-12 noon

PAGE 4 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015


STATUE OF LIMITATIONS If we could change history, I probably would have picked Poland over Germany and given Custer the edge. Alas, we must make do with what we have. That is why students at The University of Texas at Austin -henceforth known as The (The is part of the name) University or UT -- should leave poor Jefferson Davis where he is, or at least keep him on campus. After all, if it weren’t for Davis, UT would be trying to catch up to Texas A&M instead of the other way around. In case you missed it, there is a movement by some Longhorns to remove a statue of Davis from the South Mall of the Forty Acres. Indeed, an overwhelming majority of the Student Government adopted a resolution in March supporting his ouster. Someone using blue chalk wrote “chump” on the statue’s base with an arrow pointing up to Davis. Then a few weeks ago someone wrote. “Davis must fall” and “Emancipate UT.” Students, keep rewriting history: drain Littlefield Fountain. George Littlefield gave more money than any other single individual to the university, including funds for the fountain and Littlefield Dorm. Years before, he was a member of Company I, Eighth Texas Cavalry, Confederate Army. The midnight graffiti artists probably would not have been so bold dealing with the original. Davis was a West Point graduate, spent more than eight years as an officer in the army and was cited for bravery in a saber fight during the Mexican-American War. He had come through Texas during that conflict and kept an admiration for Texans. Years later, at the start of the Civil War, when the first companies of Texas soldiers reached Richmond, Va., bythen-Confederate President Davis greeted them by declaring, “Texans! The troops of other states have their reputations to gain, but the sons of the defenders of the Alamo have theirs to maintain.” This is not the first time there was a movement to oust Davis. In 1991 a bill was introduced in the Texas Legislature by Rep. Sam Hudson to remove Davis’ statue from the UT campus. Hudson wanted the statue either destroyed or put in storage. Hudson, an African-American, said the statue “is an abrasive reference to slavery.” The Legislators didn’t have to walk those blocks to the UT campus to see reminders of the Confederacy. They could look out their office windows. The Capitol grounds have more monuments to Texas’ role in the War Between the States than to anything else. Let’s

rename Jeff Davis County, the Davis Mountains, several hospitals and vast numbers of schools. If we remove Davis from our thoughts and history, we had better do the same to Robert E. Lee, who spent more time soldering in Texas than in the Confederate Army. Then there are Albert Sidney Johnston, Dick Dowling, Ashbel Smith, John Reagan, John Bell Hood, and Sul Ross, great president of Texas A&M. The Aggies even have a big statue of him prominently displayed on campus. Uh, but that is General Sul Ross, formerly of the Confederate Army. And what do we do about Sul Ross State University? The list of Texans who wore gray is long, mainly because we sent a higher percentage of our men off to war than did any other state, north and south. But we must not stop here. Sam Houston beat the Mexican Army. Perhaps that is unsettling to some whose ancestors fought for Santa Anna. Mirabeau B. Lamar hated Indians and had as many killed as he could. Scratch Lamar University. Scratch Fort Hood. Ditto for Dowling Street. There are more than 1,000 sites in the state that memorialize the Confederacy. Actually, just to play it safe, we may wind up naming our cities after vegetables and our schools after rocks. Six flags flew over Texas. All six, like the statue of Jefferson Davis, stand on the UT campus and not just among the trees on the South Mall. Check out the Longhorns’ football stadium. Six seals of six governments are on the floor of the Capitol rotunda. Forget the blue chalk. We need a jackhammer. One of those flags and seals represents the France of Louis XIV. He was a despot, a tyrant, who lived in opulence while his people starved. Remembering him does not mean we like him. Another flag, another seal, is that of Spain. The Spanish flag flew over Texas longer than all the others combined. It was the Spain of Torquemada. Are we to say this means we approved of the Inquisition? Mexico’s flag marched with Santa Anna as he butchered his way across Texas. Should it come down? And there is the Lone Star flag. The Republic of Texas had monumental problems. We are still working on them. Getting back to Jefferson Davis, when the Confederacy collapsed in the spring of 1865, Davis sought to escape across the South and into – guess where? -- Texas. However, he was captured, imprisoned and kept in leg irons, so getting your pedestal marked in blue

I am, once again, sick at my stomach after trying to protest my real estate taxes in Fort Bend. I just purchased a home in a one street neighborhood. All but one of the homes in on about the same sized lot. All have similar quality of construction, even though the square footages differ. But, the taxing authority has the per square foot values all over the place! I know square footage is certainly not the whole value, however on this one street, the values range from approximately $83.00 to $141.00 per square foot. It seems completely arbitrary on the county’s part. The tax appraiser told me that was tough. That what we paid was the only value they would use. In addition to the disparity on per square foot values

on the street, there were no comps to use. The county used comps from another another city in Fort Bend. I am so frustrated.   This happens year after year. I think the county should be challenged on their arbitrary valuations and their lack of consideration of facts presented by citizens.  

Debbie Marcell • 281-782-2102 To view every home currently on the market and for other information, go to.............


chalk doesn’t seem so bad. After Reconstruction, a movement was launched in Dallas to purchase a homestead for Davis and invite him to move to Texas. He actually did visit Texas with his wife and spent the night in Houston on May 10, 1875, after being greeted by a huge crowd of his old soldiers. Apparently the Davises took a train ride to College Station to look it over, and on June 14, 1875, Davis was offered the presidency of the newly established Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. When he declined the appointment on July 8, 1875, he wrote of his hopes of revisiting Texas. What if Davis had taken the job? He knew how to lead, organize and make a lot out of a little. A&M may have long surpassed that upstart in Austin – A&M is our oldest public university. Maybe Davis could have started an Aggie tradition to keep Johnny Football sober: leg irons. Ashby is statuesque at

52 - 1 Year


Exp Date: _________________ Daytime Phone #____________________________ Name:_____________________________________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________________ City:_ _____________________________________________________________________ State____________________________________ Zip:_______________________________ Mail to: Fort Bend Star, 4655 Techniplex Dr., Suite 300, Stafford TX 77477 • 281-690-4200

Follow Fort Bend Star at facebook/FortBendStar

Adorable one story doll house tastefully updated and very clean! Study with French doors and closet could be fourth Bedroom. Granite counters, Stainless appliances. Updated Master with Large double vanity, Shower, and jetted Tub. Extended Patio is perfect for entertaining. Lightly lived in and very clean. Call Debbie Marcell at 281-782-2102. (7415OR)




Rich in character & elegance yet still offering family livability, this spectacular upgraded custom on a sprawling ½ acre lot in exclusive Greatwood Estates. Resort style landscaped yard w/Pool/Swim-up Bar. Pergola & F/P area offer more seating. Island kitchen w/granite, upgraded appliances. Butt glass windows offer view from foyer to backyard paradise. Remoldeled Master bath, room size Her Closet. Use upstairs Bonus Room as Media, Work-out, etc. Extended Laundry room w/Wrapping station. Call Debbie Marcell at 281-782-2102. (8215FO)





Luxury, sophistication, and elegance along w/ superior workmanship are the cornerstone s for long time highly regarded custom builder, Sterling Classic Homes. This open floor plan with dramatic high ceilings & tall windows features a Media & Game room downstairs along w/cleverly designed views of the gorgeous 75 acre lake from as many rooms as possible. Over 8300 square feet + a bonus 1386 square feet, 4 car garage, circular drive, & expansive outdoor living space on the water. Call Debbie Marcell at 281-782-2102. (14HA)

Appliances • Furniture • Cabinets • Blinds • Paints • Doors • More!

Special Order Daltile ceramic $14 a box SEVERAL TO CHOOSE!

Home Improvement Discount Store 13570 Murphy Road Stafford, Texas 77477


Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am- 6:00 pm • Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm






SomeThing ConCerning You

Down There?

Don’t ignoRE it.

With kind regards, Sissie (Lenora) Goff Sugar Land

[ ] $52 Enclosed check or money order [ ] $___________________ or more [ ] Charge my credit card [visa] [MC] [AMX] [DSC] #______________________________________________




We are the taxpayers. Our taxes pay the county salaries, etc. I would just appreciate it if the valuations were not just, seemingly,  picked out of the air, and were consistent - the same for everyone.

Fort Bend Star

Each RE/MAX® Office is Independently Owned & Operated


Does the Fort Bend Star have an opinion about this?

Subscribe today... for mailbox delivery


The firST STep iS up To You.

1 Learn about treatment options for erectile dysfunction, enlarged prostate and bladder leakage (stress urinary incontinence). Erectile dysfunction, enlarged prostate and bladder leakage may affect your intimacy and confidence.1,2,3 The first step in treating the problem is learning more. Join us to learn about today’s treatment options for these common men’s pelvic health conditions.

Attend a FREE Men’s Health Seminar: Presented by: Lawrence Baum, M.D. Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Registration: 6:00 p.m.; Seminar Begins at 6:30 p.m. Imperial Park Recreation Center - Rooms A and B 234 Matlage Way, Sugar Land, TX 77478 Partners and guests welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Space is limited, call to register today. 1-877-433-2873

American Medical Systems, Inc. has sponsored funding for this patient seminar and accompanying educational material. 1. DiMeo PJ. Psychosocial and Relationship Issues in Men with Erectile Dysfunction. Urologic Nursing. 2006 Dec; 26(6): 442-453. 2. Hunskaar S., Sandvik H. One Hundred and Fifty Men with Urinary Incontinence. III. Psychosocial Consequences. Scand J Prim Health Care 1993; 11: 193-196. 3. Shvartzman, P. et al. Second-hand prostatism: effects of prostatic symptoms on spouses’ quality of life, daily routines and family relationships. Family Practice 2001; 18: 610-613.

Rx Only © 2013 American Medical Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Minnetonka, MN 55343 AMSUS/MH-00281/January 2013 1-800-328-3881 U.S. Use Only


See us online

Dear Tabby Happy Not-A-Father’s Day

Dear Tabby,

We haven’t neutered our dog yet. My husband doesn’t want to have our pup fixed because he’s afraid it’ll make him less “manly”. I’m still on the fence about the whole thing. What’s your opinion regarding to neuter or not to neuter? On the fence about neutering in Fulshear Dear On The Fence, With Father’s Day coming up this weekend, your question is indeed timely. So, in honor of Father’s Day, I’d like to help encourage you to

KEEP your pet from ever becoming a father in the first place. Today, we’re tackling the common misconceptions surrounding pet neutering and debunking some of the social mores surrounding the topic. Neuter is the term for the surgical removal of the testicles, rendering a male sterile. Neutering can be performed as early as 3-6 months of age and is done under general anesthesia by a veterinarian. The procedure itself is not felt by the patient. There may be mild discomfort after the surgery, but most animals return to normal activity within 24 to 72 hours. Costing less than most major surgeries, the prices of neutering vary but many low-cost spay/neuter facilities advertise the procedure as low as $40 for a male cat neuter

FORT BEND DRIVING SCHOOL Serving the students of Fort Bend for over 25 years




Lorene Scherbeh Nulisch Lorene was born Feb. 26, 1932 in Damon, Tx. She passed away at home on June 13, 2015. She was proceeded in death by her husband of 54 years, Alvin Nulisch, parents Hugo and Mary David Scherbeh and brothers Arnold Scherbeh and Frank Scherbeh. Lorene is survived by five loving children. Sons: Kenneth Nulisch and wife, Agnes of Needville, Alvin Nulisch and wife Linda of Round Top, Charles Nulisch of Damon; Daughters: Betty Law and husband Bobby of Richmond, and Kathy Cartwright and husband Joe of Richmond. Sister: Olga Schulte of Sweeny. Ten grandchildren; one step grandchild;

7 great grandchildren and one on the way. Lorene retired from Imperial Sugar after 34 years.. Visitation is from 5 PM - to 8 PM Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at DavisGreenlawn Funeral Home in Rosenberg. Services will be held at 2 PM Thursday, June 18,2015 at DavisGreenlawn Funeral Chapel in Rosenberg. Interment will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Rosenberg with Rev. Allen Bauer officiating the services. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home, 3900 B.F. Terry Blvd. in Rosenberg, 281-341-8800.


and ranges from $50-$90 for dogs, based upon their weight. Now, let’s separate some fact from fiction: Fiction: If I have my pet neutered, he’ll be lonely for a mate and effeminate. Fact: As a loving pet owner, it’s hard not to project your own feelings onto your pets, but it’s important to remember that pets don’t have a concept of sexual identity or ego. Your pet will not miss the intimacy or the romance of sex--trust me, there’s none of that stuff in the animal world anyway. Neutering can also correct behavioral problems caused by the sex instinct, keep male cats from roaming and spraying and decrease the occurrence of prostate disease in pets. Fiction: Neutering my pet will cause him to become fat

and lazy. Fact: That’s another puzzler because we all know how pets--and people, for that matter--become fat and lazy: lack of exercise and an overabundance of food. Fiction: If my pet fathers a litter, I’ll help find homes for all of the puppies or kittens. Fact: The market is absolutely saturated with adorable puppies and kittens looking for homes. What makes you think that your pet’s offspring will be the lucky ones to find loving homes and not end up in a shelter (like the 6-8 million who come to shelters every year <3-4 million of whom are euthanized> according to the ASPCA)? Simply put, neutering is an easy procedure that will save lives, reduce the strain on our area animal shelters and increase you and your pet’s quality of life. It’s time to “man-up” this Father’s Day and cross “neutering your pet” off your list. Do you have a question for Tabby? If so, email her at deartabbyquestions

Tickets Going Fast for Sugar Land’s Star Spangled Spectacular Come out and celebrate America’s birthday with food, fun and fireworks during the City of Sugar Land’s Star Spangled Spectacular at Constellation Field on July 4, from 7-10 p.m. The event will feature a variety of entertainment, various fun-filled games for the family and a patriotic fireworks finale. A limited number of tickets remain for this highly anticipated event. Sugar Land residents are encouraged to get their free tickets (maximum of six tickets per household) by June 21 at the Imperial Park Recreation Center, 234 Matlage Way, during regular operating hours.  Everyone attending the event must present a ticket for entry to Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Drive. After June 21, remaining tickets will be made available to the general public. The event, produced in partnership with the Sugar Land Skeeters, will feature patriotic recognitions, inflatable games, face painters, magicians and

balloon artists, as well as larger-than-life walk-around entertainment. The main stage will feature a variety of acts ranging from bands to live-art painters. No coolers or outside food are allowed in the stadium; however, food and drinks will be available for purchase at any of the concession stands. Families may bring blankets to spread along the outfield for an ideal view of entertainment while enjoying the largest Fourth of July picnic in town. At the end of the night, sit back and be prepared to be amazed by a one-of-a-kind fireworks show and finale. Limited parking will be available at the stadium. Additional parking is located at Kempner High School, 14777 Voss Road. Shuttle service from the high school will run from 5:30-11:15 p.m. For more information, contact Sugar Land Tourism and Destination Services at 281-275-2045 or visit

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 H


PET of the week Meet Topher. This 2 month old pointer-mix is ready to romp and play in his new home. Topher is expected to grow to the size of a lab and he and his littermates love to spend all day playing and napping-now that’s the life! Pointers are known to be sweet, gentle and polite when welcoming strangers. Topher would be ideal for almost any family--could yours be the one? If so, call Sugarland Animal Services at: (281) 275-ADOG (2364).

Why not stay in Luxury? No need to be in a traditional Nursing Facility when you can be at The Crescent. • Patio Access Rooms • Private Pay, Medicare, Insurance • Restaurant Style Dining • Luxurious Amenities • Private Room/ Kitchenettes

• Private En Suite Baths • Physician Presence • Skilled Nursing • Free Salon Services • Free Wi-Fi, Telephone, Satellite TV

You have a choice when it comes to Nursing Facilities, Choose The Crescent in Sugar Land Area 11353 Sugar Park Ln. • Sugar Land, Texas 77478 Call for Inquiries and Tours 281-276-2050

FOOT FACTS by Dr. Eric Tepper



Black or darkened toenails most typically result from trauma. The discoloration results from blood collecting under the nail. Not only does the nail become discolored, but the collected blood also adds pressure that can result in extreme pain. This may be accompanied by a foul odor and a discharge from underneath the toenail. In certain cases, it is advised that the nail be removed and the underlying area be examined for a laceration or exposed bone. If this condition is left untreated, it can lead to a bone infection. If you have a discolored toenail, don’t take any chances. Schedule an appointment with your podiatrist for a professional diagnosis and to receive appropriate treatment. Occasionally the black appearance under an injured nail could mean damage to the area where the nail first begins to form. The specialized care and treatment we provide can make an important contribution to an individual’s total health and well-being. We offer comprehensive foot care by appointment. Please call 281-980-3668 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: Walking barefoot puts your toes in peril of injury or trauma.

RICHMOND Belshill Street 4/3.5 - ±2,563 sf Better than new home in Aliana. Plantation built Miami floor plan. 3 car tandem garage plus 5 ft extension. Dark hand scrapped wood floors. Gourmet island kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Covered patio offering a built-in grill, fire pit and fountain.

Pamela Mouton Butler | 281.386.6699

Some Things Are Better Left to the PROFESSIONALS... We are skilled professionals with local knowledge, a dedication to high-quality service and we take great pleasure in discovering the aspects that make each home unique and valuable. Now more than ever, we want to be your Realtor.

Welcome Home | 832.500.8300 Sotheby’s International Realty and the Sotheby’s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.

PAGE 6 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015






Interior and Exterior

Pressure Washing

Sheetrock Repair

Air Conditioning




Call us today and in most cases we will have your house cool TODAY! Serving Ft. Bend 44 years Complete systems and service of all brands

Painting by Tod

"A Complete Plumbing Service"


“Where Quality Counts”


Insured Free Estimates References Since 1981

Tod Griffin

Master Licensed & Insured Licence # M18995




• Patios • Flagstone • Paver stones • Plants • Retaining Walls • Lawn Maintenance & Cutting • Insured & Bonded • FREE Estimates • Over 28 yrs exp. in design!

TROY: 314-406-2759





See us online



Sheetrock Repairs Carpentry Paint Int. & Ext.

Pressure Washing Faux Finishes Special Textures

832-618-2372 • 281-403-3358


Call today for your Free Estimate!

• Driveways • Patios • Foundations • Pavers • Demolition and Remove


Carpet • Remodeling • Ceramic Marble • Wood Flooring • Pressure Washing Laminate Wood Flooring • Granite Slab Countertops

Call TODAY for FREE ESTIMATE 281-898-0154  Eddie Allum

INTEGRATED PEST MGT. INC. 1118 Hwy 90 A • Richmond, 77406




ction Satisfanteed Guara

Bond & Insu ed red

Interior/Exterior Painting Hardie Plank Siding • Pressure Washing Roofing • Remodeling • Carpentry Fence/Fence Repair 14 yrs. exp.

Frank Garza, owner

281-642-1992  Free Estimates




Serving Fort Bend Since 1984. www. Integrated- Pest. com Call for free friendly advice.

SATURDAY, June 20th 7:30AM-1PM

Licensed & Insured TACLA002487E

House Painters Plus

CALL MIKE AT CURRENT ELECTRIC • 832-758-0026 TECL #21168 • HMEL #175 • 21 YEARS

Over 30 years in Fort Bend County - References -

Tom Noser

Saturday, June 20th 8AM-2PM 206 Smokey Hill Ct. Richmond, 77469 Lots of furniture, TV lots of clothes, household items, books

281-498-6528 Cell 832-465-2020


Sugar Land Chimneystone Fri. 8AM-3PM & Sat. 8AM - 12 noon

June 19th & 20th 5019 Moss Run Dr. Missouri City, 77459

Lots of good things left from estate sale. Lots of furniture. 281-798-3891

Ornamental Iron Fence Driveway - Gates & Operators • Free Estimates






J.Q. Brick Repair &


$30 OFF any repair

cannot be combined with any offer TACLB019260E

Restoration Services, LLC. • • • • •


Brick/Crack Repair • Mortar Match Brick Paver Repair & Installation Stone & CMU Blocks Leaning Walls / Columns Fireplace & Chimneys H

• Patios • Stamped Concrete • Driveways • Concrete Pavers • Foundations • Breakout & Removal








TRANE ON SALE! • Great Prices • Rebates! • Financing • Warranties

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PAINTING *Interior/Exterior Painting & Staining *Drywall Repair *Wallpaper Removal * Pressure Washing *Carpentry.

Brian Brandon • 713-851-2545


• Remodeling • Kitchen/Bath • Patio/Gazebo • Flooring/Roofing



Call 281-468-4250 anytime

• Construction • Design/New-Build • Resale Preparation • Home Realtor Srvc

Your Total Home Solution



Advertise your Home Improvement service with The Star. CALL: (281)690 4200


Interior/Exterior Painting Carpentry • Sheetrock • Textures • Power Washing

Insured, References

Call Luis Fuentes


Prayer List


$100 OFF Min. $500 job

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 Sgt. Cory Wolston-U.S. Army

LCpl. Brad Robideaux-USMC PFC Kent Finley-1st Cavalry Ens. Leslie Ward-USN LCpl. Chris White-USMC Spc. Mark Shimala-U.S. Army Sgt. Matthew Austin Gaines-U.S. Army PFC E4 Michael Andrew Hernandez-U.S. Army LCpl. Michael Cannata-USMC John R. Simmons-U.S. Army Capt. Sean Nolan-U.S. Army Pvt. V. JordanVoss-U.S. Army LCpl. Alfred Paul Garza-USMC John David Woodcock-Petty Officer, US Navy Lt. Ryan Stevens-U.S. Army Senior Airman Oscar J. Perez-USAF Spc. Johnny Ray DeLeon-U.S. Army Capt. Robert Jason Wisham-U.S. Army PFC Zachary T. Gazaway-USMC PFC Luke M. Havemann-U.S. Army PFC Zachary Johnson-U.S. Army LCpl. Adam C. Turek-USMC PFC Sean (CJ) Johnson -U.S. Army Seaman Fernando Hernandez Jr.,-USN Chaplain Joe G. Grace II, -Army Reserves LCpl. John Rossi -USMC SR Francisco Quintanilla -U.S. Navy SR Joel Soto -U.S. Navy PFC Miguel Soto, Jr.,-U.S. Army RP Jeffrey (Bubba) Evans-U.S. Navy PFC Rodolfo Castellanos -U.S. Army Pvt. Domingo Arrona Jr.,-USMC Lt. Megan Haydel-U.S. Navy SPC Michael Spencer Tesanovich-U.S. Army Cav. Pvt. Matthew Butcher -U.S. Army Cpl. Michael Fleming -USMC Pvt. Andrew R. Winchell -US Army PFC Bryan Horner -U.S. Army PFC Shawn Robinson -U.S. Army Petty Officer (AET3) Kameron Kelso-USCG OSSR Dustin Stratton-U.S. Navy PFC John Lundgren -U.S. Army Alex Quintanilla-U.S. Navy Sgt. Derek A. Hibler -U.S. Army Lt. David Farrell-U.S. Navy SPC David Ambrocik -U.S. Army DCFA Joshua Erbst-U.S. Navy Staff Sgt. Geronimo Benavides -U.S. Army Capt. Page L. Barnes -Marine Corp E 1-Megan A. Salazar-U.S. Navy SFC Bradley Coffey - US Army Jason Rizzotto - Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class



Serving Fort Bend County since 1957




Tarot Card & Crystal Readings CALL FOR APPOINTMENT



Get wise to age-fighting. Think fine lines should be quoted – not appear on your face? A simple and effective daily program with TimeWise® skin care can help reduce the appearance of the lines and wrinkles. So skin looks firmer. And feels softer. Start looking younger now! Contact me to experience TimeWise for yourself. LISA B. LONG Independent Beauty Consultant


FREE Products • HOST A QUALIFYING PARTY Receive FREE products just for having fun with your friends

M AT H / C O M P U T E R TUTOR - Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, word processing, spreadsheet, graphics. Bill Stewart. BSEE 281-341-1582.>+


Become an independent Scentsy consultant work from home, earn $$$

BUY your Scentsy Products online at or call Amy @ 281-610-4516



See us online

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 H


Clements graduate aims for career in policy and research Do not take hurricane By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter @

Three years ago, Clements High graduate Bailey Arlinghaus wasn't sure what she wanted to do with her life. Now, she's headed for a career in policy and research, perhaps in Dallas or Washington D.C. Arlinghaus, a senior at Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Mich.,recentlycompletedanin-

H PRO-ACTIVE, FROM PG 1 Seymour also added that altercations like the one in McKinney happen because of non-compliance on the part of citizens. “Anytime you have a non compliance issue it heightens the situation up both on the law enforcement side and on the suspect side,” Seymour said. “We aren’t just going to go away – we have an obligation to act.” Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable Trever Nehls said that the greatest asset area police agencies have is engaging different communities within the county and building upon the mutual trust between both civilians and law enforcement. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office has put together an outreach program to present at area high schools. The program is designed to communicate

H CAKE, FROM PG 1 She’s also made birthday cakes for celebrities such as Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Matthew McConaughey, Elton John, Wayne Newton and TLC’s “The Little Couple” – Houstonians Bill Klein and Jennifer Arnold. The cake for The Little Couple, which was made for their

ternship with the Washington-Hillsdale I nt er nsh ip Program (WHIP). Hillsdale, which BAILEY ARLINGHAUS has been described as "the conservative Harvard", strongly emphasizes the U.S. Constitution and is committed to America's Founding Principles.

"Hillsdale's been a huge blessing for me – I couldn't have found a better school," Arlinghaus said. "My professors challenged the students in the classes, and I made friends that will last a lifetime." Arlinghaus decided to apply for the internship program in order to take what she's learned as double-major in Political Economy and Spanish, and apply it in the real world. Only 10-to-20 Hillsdale

students are accepted into the program. Arlinghaus worked for the Heritage Foundation, a large Washington D.C.-based Think Tank. She's considering law school but would also like to working as a policy analyst. Arlinghaus is a firm believer in "Courageous Conservatism" and hopes to promote "freedom and free enterprise" as much as possible.

different law enforcement activities to a critical demographic. Topics during the presentation include what to do during a traffic stop and how to respond if an officer approaches. The first presentation happened a month ago at John and Randolph Foster High School in Richmond. Nehls added that for some people, being stopped by a police officer could be a very traumatic experience. People can get nervous and don’t know what to do. He hopes that this program will continue to bridge the gap between law enforcement and citizens’ perception. Seymour also added that in addition to citizens, it’s important for law enforcement administrators to reach out to officers and provide them with additional support from the agency. “We have meetings,” Seymour said. “We conduct reinforcement training with our guys, we touch based

with them and there is recurring training.” Since the Ferguson tragedy, Seymour said that he sent out a letter to his officers saying that the profession is currently dealing with different challenges and to do the right thing. In addition, his department is finalizing a body camera model to utilize in the event that a McKinney-like incident occurs within his jurisdiction. Texas Senate Bill 158 was recently approved by the state legislature that gives law enforcement agencies around the state a choice as to whether or not they want to implement a body camera program within their department. “We are looking into cameras and it’s not because the public has asked, it’s because the officers have asked,” Seymour said. “They see the need to give a version of what is taking place from their perspective.” Missouri City Police Chief

Mike Berezin also added that his agency provides ongoing training to his officers. “Training is a never ceasing process for the members of the Missouri City Police Department,” Berezin said. “We consistently provide training on a variety of topics to our officers and officers from agencies across the Nation.” Nehls believes that any neighborhood – including Fort Bend County is susceptible to what happened in McKinney. He added that the collaborative nature between law enforcement leadership and leadership within the different ethnicities and cultures is key to building civilian trust and confidence in law enforcement. “As long as there is a mutual trust, how can we go wrong?” he said.

Vow Renewal ceremony, was recognized by People Magazine. Moon’s also appeared on programs such as the Steve Harvey Show – where she was awarded a Golden Spatula. Martha Stewart and Good Morning America have recognized her work as well. Moon grew up in South Texas where she learned about making cakes from her mother.

She decided to study medicine at Brown University in Providence, R.I., but baking had always interested her. “It became the creative outlet that took over my life,” Moon said. Moon worked a day job through the 1990s while making cakes, and then made the leap to open her Houston-based shop in 2002.



advisories lightly While Sugar Land is somewhat removed from the Gulf Coast area, it is not immune from Mother Nature during tropical storms and hurricanes. Here are some suggestions on staying safe: Get A Kit / “To-Go Bag” Get an Emergency Supply Kit, which includes items like non-perishable food, water, a battery-powered or handcrank radio, extra flashlights and batteries. You may want to prepare a portable kit and keep it in your car. This kit should include: Copies of prescription medications and medical supplies; Bedding and clothing, including sleeping bags and pillows; Bottled water, a battery-operated radio and extra batteries, a first aid kit, a flashlight; Copies of important documents: driver’s license, Social Security card, proof of residence, insurance policies, wills, deeds, birth and marriage certificates, tax records, proof of residence, pictures of your family including pets, and comfortable clothing and blankets; etc. Make sure you have a “to-go bag” ready in case you need to evacuate. Make a Plan-Prepare your family Make a Family Emergency Plan. Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to know how you will contact one another, how you will get back together and what you will do in case of an emergency. Plan places where your family will meet, both within and outside of your immediate neighborhood. Be Informed Familiarize yourself with the

terms that are used to identify a hurricane. A hurricane watch means a hurricane is possible in your area. Be prepared to evacuate. Monitor local radio and television news outlets or listen to NOAA Weather Radio for the latest developments. Local governmental entities, including the city and county have websites devoted to information during disasters, including hurricanes and tropical storms. However when a storm hits, the internet may not be available. A hurricane warning is when a hurricane is expected in your area. If local authorities advise you to evacuate, leave immediately. Hurricanes are classified into five categories based on their wind speed, central pressure, and damage potential. Category Three and higher hurricanes are considered major hurricanes, though Categories One and Two are still extremely dangerous and warrant your full attention. If flooding and heavy rain is expected, there are a number of preventive measures you can take to minimize the damage. Cover all of your home’s windows with pre-cut ply wood or hurricane shutters to protect your windows from high winds. Plan to bring in all outdoor furniture, decorations, garbage cans and anything else that is not tied down and could be a projectile as a result of high winds. Keep all trees and shrubs well trimmed so they are more wind resistant. Turn off utilities as instructed. Otherwise, turn the refrigerator thermostat to its coldest setting and keep its doors closed.




Kathryn Anderson e-Pro

WORK WANTED 2323 Town Center Dr. Sugar Land, TX 77478


CONTACT: 281-460-4236 cell 281-980-5050 office 281-980-5426 fax


PENDING QUAIL VALLEY - Fantastic 4 BR + game room home on golf course with lots of updates incl tech shield, hardiplank, double pane windows, water heater. Kitchen w/ granite, SS appl, sink, cooktop, range hood, convection oven, cabinets w/ new hardware & hidden hinges. Relax in your beautiful backyard w/covered patio & spectacular golf course views! $289,500. (3606EC)

REDUCED SOLD QUAIL VALLEY - Absolutely one of the best views in Quail Valley. You will love the fabulous sunroom with views of golf course and water. 3 bedrooms + office downstairs and large game room, craft, media room upstairs that could be 4th bedroom with half bath. Great balcony with views also. Make this your home today!. $269,000. (3219LA)




Opening for a Designer/CAD Draftsman for a well established engineering and land surveying firm in Stafford.

Full time, non smoking environment, Med office exp preferred.

Fax resume to: 281-980-1124 WORK WANTED


NEED A SUMMER NANNY? ACUTE Dialysis RN/ACLS Needed Excellent Salary, Benefits, Full-time Office: 281-242-2167 Fax: 281-242-7193 LOOKING FOR



No Experience Necessary New Agent Training

Keller Williams

DRIVERS/ OWNEROPS! Local Work! Home Daily, Benefits! CDL-A, 1yr exp, Great Driving record. 281-693-4587 or 888-215-4285

Call Andi St. Jean 281-265-0000

LEXINGTON BLVD. ANIMAL HOSPITAL • PART TIME KENNEL ASSISTANT • Competitive wages & great experience, 5:30am shift

• VETERINARY TECHNICIAN • Full Time, Experience Required


TEACHERS • 2nd Grade • • 3rd Grade • • 4th Grade • for private School in Sugar Land /Missouri City. (CDA Accepted) Fax or e-mail your resume to


to set up an appointment.

Fax: 281- 208-1426

WHO: Miss Kate Warrick WHAT: A Summer Nanny WHERE: Anywhere in the Houston area WHEN: Starting June 1 I am 27 years old and graduated from Auburn University. I have a B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on Special Education and Child Development. I currently am a Kindergarten teacher and have 4 years of teaching experience and 13 years of working with kids for summer camps, youth events, children’s ministries, and various “kid driven events.” I babysit all ages and would love to have a summer nanny position. Email me at warrickkatherine Call me at 757-784-5507





NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON CREATION OF CITY OF STAFFORD, TEXAS REINVESTMENT ZONE NO. 25 Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Stafford, Texas, will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 2610 South Main, Stafford, Texas, regarding the proposal to adopt an ordinance creating Reinvestment Zone No. 25. Said Reinvestment Zone No. 25 is located on the West of Sugar Ridge Blvd. between Fountaingate Drive and Mula Rd. on a site known as Unrestricted Reserve 1-2-B-2-G, the City of Stafford, Fort Bend County, Texas. Improvements constructed, erected, or placed on property within such proposed Reinvestment Zone No. 25 will, pursuant to the terms of such proposed ordinance, be eligible for commercial-industrial tax abatement. All persons desiring to be heard regarding the adoption of such proposed ordinance creating Reinvestment Zone No. 25 will be given an opportunity to do so.

Advertise your for lease or For sale

Deadline is 3pm on mon.

CALL: (281) 690 4200



Pediatric Clinic Hwy 99 & 59 Heavy Computer Skills & Medical Knowledge Opportunity for Growth w/ Benefits

Call: 713-256-1105 Fax: 800-693-9380

No. 1 Money Saving Tip For These Economic Times: Read THE STAR

It’s FREE!


Must have at least 3 years exp. Loading/unloading vans Reefers and flatbed trailers Familiar with DOT regulations. • • • •

Computer literate Team player Safety oriented Capable of managing small group of employees • Passing the pre-employment physical and random drug testing

Applications may be picked up at US 59 @ CR 212, Kendleton, TX. Mail resumes to PO Box 1000, Hungerford, TX 77448 or Fax resumes to 979-532-3749, by Friday, July 3, 2015.” Lamberti USA Inc. chemical specialties PO Box 1000, Hungerford, TX 77448 Phone (281)342-5675 Fax (979) 532-3749

PAGE 8 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015



See us online












BRIDGEWATER / COMMONWEALTH – Fabulous 1-Story Perry Home In Desired Commonwealth! Located on a Quiet Cul-De-Sac Street with No Back Neighbors! Oversized Lot. Back Yard Overlooks a Greenbelt & Lake View. Features Include: Plantation Shutters, Gleaming Hardwood Floors, SS Appliances, Granite Counter Tops, Crown Molding, Gas Log Fireplace, Living Room/ Study with Wall of Built-In Shelves & Cabinets, 3 Car Garage & Much More! (Renovated by Custom Builder, Christopher Simms - Kitchen, Dining, Guest Bath). $425,000 call Virginia Mack 281207-5200 (VM4906MA)

SIENNA VILLAGE OF SHIPMANS LANDING – Darling 2-Story Home in Desired Sienna. Great Curb Appeal with Extended Covered Front Porch. Fresh/Recent Carpet, Paint & Beautiful Hardwood Floors! Grand 2-Story Ceiling Height Entry & Family Room. Open Kitchen Concept. Spacious Dining & Living Rooms. 5th Bedroom could by a Study or Media Room. All Bedrooms have Walk-In Closets. Great Location, Close to Park & Area Amenities! Come See Today! $249,900 call Virginia Mack 281-2075200 (VM10402TE)

LAKE COLONY – Fantastic 1-story David Weekly Home that shows pride of ownership. Wooded lot w/greenbelts on 2 sides. Close to FCCA Aquatic Center, splash pad, sand volleyball court, fountain accented waterway & Elem. school. This home features high vaulted ceilings, plantation shutters, recent paint, carpet, laminate wood style flring. Open kit. concept. Very light & bright floor plan w/lots of windows. Exec. master bath w/sep. shower & jetted tub. Secondary bedrm w/bay window. Pergola covered deck & patio. $215,000 call Virginia Mack 281-207-5200 (VM2922DL)

RIVERBEND NORTH – Bright, light, cheerful & beautifully updated home on wooded lot. Kit. w/bay window over sink, granite counter tops, island & gas range. Corner brick raised hearth w/gas log FP. in Liv. Room over looking lushly landscaped backyard w/oversized patio, deck & children’s play-set. Master bath w/custom cabinets & granite counter tops, jetted tub, sep. shower, ceiling fan & double walk-in closets. Large gameroom up w/Hardwd flring. New carpet & int. Paint (2015). Laminate wd style flring & Tile down. $299,900 call Virginia Mack 281-207-5200 (VM1426MR)





SUTTON FOREST/COMMONWEALTH – Gorgeous Perry Home with Sparkling Pool, Spa & Rock Waterfall! Located on a Cul-de-Sac Street in Desired Commonwealth! Over $150,000 in Updates & Upgrades! This One Has It All: Granite Countertops, SS Appliance Package, 4’’ Hardwood Flooring, 20’’ Tile Flooring, Plantation Shutters, Double Crown Molding, Oil Rubbed Bronze Fixtures & Much More! Open Concept Floor Plan. Game Room Up. Sheet Rocked 3 Car Det. Garage w/10 Ft. Ext. Lush Landscaped Back Yard, Perfect for Outdoor Entertaining! $549,900 call Virginia Mack 281-207-5200 (VM4715AB)

COLONY BEND – Lovely 2 Story Home with Sculpted Pool & Diving Board! New (4/15) Carpet Upstairs Bedrooms. Open Concept Floor Plan. Features Include: Kitchen with Granite Counter Tops, SS Appliances, Plantation Shutters, 2’’ Wood Blinds, Double Paned Windows, Recent Interior/Exterior Paint, Utility Room can be a Mud Room, Wet Bar with Glass Shelves & Mirrored Walls, Updated Light Fixtures & Mush More! Located Close to Area Shopping & Dining...A Must See, Make Your Appointment Today! $249,900 call Virginia Mack 281-207-5200 (VM2730CB)

MEADOW LAKES – Fantastic 1 Story Perry Home. Eye-Catching front elevation with Brick & Stone Accent! Great Open-Concept Floor Plan - Perfect for Entertaining! Kitchen Features Rich Granite CounterTops & Gleaming SS Appliances. Family Room is Accented by a Gas Log Fireplace with Cultured Stone Surround with Mantle & Hearth. This room also has 18’’ Tile Flooring ‘’on the diagonal’’ and a Wall of Windows overlooking the Lush Landscaped Back Yard! Located Close to area Shopping & Dining! $349,900 call Virginia Mack 281-207-5200 (VM1411MB)



The Virginia Mack Team


All Virginia Mack’s Listings in 2014 Sold for an Average of less than 6 days & for some of the Highest $$/Sq. ft. 2015 so far Average Sold less than 12 Days. Call Virginia to List Your Home!


(281) 207-5200

RE/MAX Southwest • (281) 491-1776 X5200 Each office Independently Owned & Operated










1 story with a pool, updated, granite, island kitchen, wood and slate flrs, $329,888

cell: 713-898-3938 office: 281-980-5050

Gorgeous updated custom home on Oyster Creek with pool & incredible view! Tile roof, recently updated master bath, granite countertops $439,888. CALL BARBARA MONTGOMERY


Del Webb ‘’Mariposa’’ design features a fabulous living & entertaining area with living, kitchen & great room adjacent to each other. $185,000. CALL BARBARA MONTGOMERY









Delightful Quail Valley one story 3/2/2 with study. Huge remodeled master bath, big master, quiet placement of bedrooms & a hall full of closet space. Great Laundry ABR, CDPE, CRS, GRI with sink & even more storage space. Quiet patio home section but this one has yard on all sides. Nicely landscaped, shade trees, RE/MAX Fine Properties island kitchen, built-ins in breakfast with bay window. $189,900 & ready to sell. 281-265-5533 • Each Office Independently Owned & Operated Golf course community.. (3714CF)

BECKY FAUST 713-828-9007


Quail Valley patio home for rent. Ultra clean, end unit, 3/2 ½ / 2 with master down. Great kitchen, laundry room, compact back yard. Minimal traffic around this property. Ready to rent, $1,800 & lawn care included. (3233CO)


OFFICE (281) 242-6200 FAX (281) 242-5829 1226 Museum Square Dr. Ste 700, Sugar Land, TX 77479

1226 Museum Sq Dr. Ste 700, Sugar Land, TX 77479



Quail Valley Townhome with 3 bedrooms & 3 full baths, downstairs shower also can be sauna. One bedroom down. Lots of storage, remodeled kitchen with bigger & more open feel with breakfast bar to the dining room. Sun room also built onto the back. For sale at $127,900 or for lease at $1350. (2610PR)


TELFAIR - 5/5.5/3: Cul-de-sac lot home boasts gourmet kitchen, Wolf SS appliances, Subzero, both formals, media and gameroom, study, pool/ spa and much much more. Call Asiya Qureshi (832) 876-5930 (7519DR)



Selling Ft. Bend’s finest homes since 1985.


SIENNA PLANTATION - Westport Designed 2-Story Home offers Private Study; Both Formals;Family Rm w/Gaslog F/P; Gourmet Kitchen w/Granite, SS Appls & Wine Area;1st flr Master w/ Sitting Area + HUGE Master Bath; 2nd Bedrm Down; Ladies Study; Game Rm; Outdoor Living Area; Lagoon Pool/Spa; Lake Views; 4/4.1/3A. $819,900 Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (34TA)

LAKE POINTE - Beautiful town home features formal dining rm, open family room w/ bright windows, hardwood & tile flrs, granite & stainless appls in kitchen, 3 bedrms w/ private bathrms, secluded game rm, and situated in a gated community. $498,975 Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (1326LP)

RIVERSTONE - Beautiful 1.5 Story Home offers Both Formals; Bright Family Rm; Kitchen w/Granite & SS Appls; Wood & Tile Flrs; Master & 3 Bedrms Down; Computer Area; 2nd Flr offers Game Rm, Bedrm/Study, Full Bath; Pool/Spa; Backs to Greenbelt. $449,975 Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (4511CO)

Anita Milne 281-413-9732 BEARD REALTY GROUP


GREATWOOD - Charming 1-Story features Spacious Family Rm w/Gas Log F/P; Private Study w/Built-ins; Open Island Kitchen w/ Gas Cook Top; Hardwood Flrs: Remodeled 2nd Bathrm w/Granite: Pool/Spa: Oversize Backyard. 3/2.1/3A Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (8742RI)


RIVERSTONE - Mediterrean style 1.5 story with Hand-Shaved Wood Flrs; Granite in Kitchen & Bathrms; Wood Beam Ceiling in Family Rm[ Open Flr Plan; Private Study; Stainless Appls in Kitchen; 2nd Flr Media Rm; Mint-Condition! 3/2.2/2A. Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (3910SU)


THE LAKES - Beautiful Newmark designed 2-story home features formal dining rm; study/ living rm; hardwood & tile flrs; updated carpet; island kitchen w/Corian; secluded master suite + master bath w/his & her closets; spacious game rm; zoned to great schools; close to lake, shopping, Hwy 59. 5/3.1/2D Call Arlene Rolsen (281)414-8400 (1902MA)


Sale Pending


BLAIR MEADOW 4/2/2 • $152,500

KANGAROO 5/3 • $159,000






Really cute 2 story in sought after Kingdom Heights!Fabulous lot that backs to large greenbelt/park area!Brick and stone elevation,with covered front porch.Great backyard with LARGE deck,dog run,and plenty of yard left to play!!Island kitchen with granite,and tile backsplash.Corner fireplace in large den.Master down,with 3 nice size rooms up as well as large gameroom!Iron spindle staircase.New lam.wood floors just installed in dining and family room!Kitchen opens to living with breakfast bar! $224,900 (6210WA)

TOP PRODUCER for office for 2012, 13’, and 14’! Ranked #28 from over 5000 agents in Texas!

Nice 2 story in sought after gated community with pool! Hardwoods throughout most of home! Large island kitchen with stainless appliances opens to den with fireplace. Formal living with multiple uses! 3rd bay garage is now a ‘’man cave’’with fabulous bar,can be easily converted back! Large gameroom up, with spacious guest bedrooms. Beautiful pool and patio,along with separate hot tub that will stay! Roof-2015! Small,sought after private community with two security gates! Easy access to Ft. Bend Tollroad! $309,900 (4127OA)

Very nice Perry one story, 4 bedroom plus! Large extra room with French doors can be gameroom, large study, or media room! Tile entry and living area, with wood floors in dining and gameroom. Large island kitchen with granite opens to family room making this great for entertaining! Nice stone fireplace ready for the flat screen. Spacious master suite with granite in bath,along with separate shower and tub. Large walk in closet! Large covered patio with no rear neighbors! Floored attic! Walk to school! $314,900 (3822VI)



Barely lived in! Nice two story,popular floor plan! Master plus two bedrooms down, with large bedroom,bath,and spacious gameroom up! No backyard neighbors,backs to levy! Kitchen with granite that opens to living area. Beautiful cabinets! 2’’ faux blinds throughout! Master has dual sinks,garden tub and separate shower. Large walk in closet. LARGE floored storage in walk in attic,great storage! Country living, but in subdivision! Great rec. center with work out facility and beautiful pool! $229,900 (6231CA)

Absolutely gorgeous! Lived in 6 months! Popular floorplan ‘’Westminster’’ with added media room! Hardwoods throughout most of downstairs! Two story grand entry with iron spindles on staircase. Beautiful kitchen with large breakfast bar that opens to living area. Stainless appliances,and upgraded granite! 4 bedroom, gameroom, study, PLUS media room! Faux wood blinds throughout with added ceiling fans! Upgraded with stone and brick! Covered patio! This home is Move In ready! Sought after Katy schools! $349,900 (26614GP)

Southwest Each Office Independently Owned & Operated

Assisting buyers and Sellers now in Fort Bend for over 30 years

SOLD VALENCIA 3/2.5/2 • $194,500 2 STORY HOME

MEADOW CREST 4/2/2 • $179,000


LEVEL RUN 4/2/2 • $149,900 NICE CORNER LOT

JOELLA 281-507-6810 281-491-1776 MULLIS





17614 HANOVERIAN DR. Aliana 6/4.5/3: Luxurious home offers media room, game room, and kitchen w/ granite & SS appl. Wendy Mottern $626,650

26006 KYLER COVE LN. Cinco Ranch 4/3.5/3: Pristine home offers gourmet kitchen, media room, covered patio upstairs & down. Wendy Mottern $520,000

4706 LESSER CREEK DR. Creekmont 4/2/2: Beautiful Perry single story offers formals, gourmet kitchen, & recessed can lighting. Nell Osborn $249,000

REDUCED 17723 NETHERBY Aliana 3/3.5/3: Home w/ plantation shutters, study, den, chef’s kitchen, hardwoods, and game room. Nell Osborn $419,900

Fort Bend Office


4003 GLENWOOD DR. Glenwood 4/2.5/2: Country home on 2 acres offers pool, spa, converted garage, & outdoor kitchen. Mike Martin $535,000

14100 Southwest Freeway, Suite 245

3946 POINT CLEAR DR. Quail Valley 4/2.5/2 Beautiful home on golf course lot offers sparkling pool, wrought iron fence, & balcony. Mike Martin $244,125

Sugar Land, Texas 77478


Wednesday, June 17, 2015 H



STHRSPOTTER Medical Fundraiser for Young Dad in Fort Bend Raising hope by giving forward By Elsa Maxey

Having just turned 33 year on June 9th, this young dad, diagnosed with stage 4 colorectal cancer, is finding himself enduring medical treatment that has thrown his family into crisis. In need of community support to chip away at medical and related expenses aimed at finding that road to back to health, an $8/person BBQ fundraiser will be held this upcoming Saturday, June 20th in Rosenberg at 1700 Avenue K, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.    Martin Joseph Villarreal, the father of four children, the youngest of whom is two

years, is the nephew of Stafford City Councilmember Virginia Rosas. He was diagnosed with the illness the early part of this year.  “Although the treatment has been very aggressive, he continues to receive alarming news,” said Rosas.  She also said, “he is doing his best to continue to work, as well as his wife,” Cindy.  Villarreal has health insurance and his employer, Maintenance Supply Headquarters in Stafford, has shown caring and compassion as accommodations are made in the workplace, while he continues to be productive albeit undergoing somewhat


physically disabling chemo treatments for the chronic condition. There is hope. Rosas said “his father (my brother) was diagnosed with lung cancer last year and is recovering from his surgery.”  Fort Benders are asked to open their hearts to Martin and help cover his medical bills.   This young Dad, like so many others, should not be isolated from the community where he contributes.  Fort Bend’s generosity can help with his challenging struggle. To assist with the fundraiser or for more information, persons are asked to call 832498-8115.


BODY & SOUL Weight Loss Workshop



For 8 Classes

Lose Inches, Grow Spiritually July 7 thru 30 • 6:30-7:15 p.m. • Every Tuesday & Thursday at

SUGAR GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST Registration: 281-530-9651 or 11600 W. Airport Blvd. Meadows Place, TX 77477 • Workouts Guided by Master Trainer • Individual Consultants

• Nutritional Education • Personal Meal Plans

Your business is Your passion. providing You with the tools to succeed is ours. All small businesses have one thing in common: passion. An unwavering dedication to doing what you love to do, and working for the people you care about. At Windstream, we understand that— because we feel the same way. That’s why we’re offering you our high-speed, low-cost Business Class Internet for $39.99/month. It comes with all the features you need but don’t want to think about constantly, so you can focus on the more important parts of running a company. Like fostering real relationships with your customers, without the hiccups of unreliable online connectivity.

visit windstreaM.coM/Focus or call us at 1-877-425-9462 For additional details.

Limited-time, non-transferable offer to new and existing business customers. Requires a 3-year agreement and an early termination fee will apply if the customer terminates the agreement prior to the end of the 3 years. The early termination fee will be equal to 100% of monthly charges multiplied by the number of remaining months on the agreement. Free professional installation at one location only. offer: includes up to 3Mbps Business Class Internet based on speed qualification, with a dynamic IP address. Price requires Windstream business phone line. Windstream cannot guarantee Internet speeds or uninterrupted, error-free service. Actual performance may vary based on numerous factors such as customer address, network or Internet congestion, server speed of websites accessed, and quality of customer equipment Subject to availability, credit approval and customer agreement with Windstream and/or Windstream Terms and Conditions available at Taxes, fees and other charges, including Universal Service Fund, apply. Other conditions may apply. Windstream and the Windstream logo are registered service marks of Windstream Corporation. Usage subject to Windstream’s Acceptable Use Policy. ©2015 Windstream Corporation.

PAGE 10 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015


Lacrosse continues to grow in Fort Bend


SKEETERS CHECKING The perfect double play! 1234 SKEE





FAN 713.627.4000

Official credit union of the Sugar Land Skeeters


MON 7:05


TUE 7:05


SMD SMD 5:05 7 7:05 8 7:05 9 BRI BRI BRI 5:05 14 15 16 @ LI @ YRK 21 22 7:05 23 @ SOM @ SOM @ LI 5:05 28 29 30 @ LI @ YRK @ YRK


3 @ YRK 6:05 10 BRI 17 @ LI 6:05 24 @ LI

4 @ YRK 7:05 11 @ YRK 18 @ LI 7:05 25 @ LI




5 @ YRK 7:05 12 @ YRK 19 @ SOM 7:05 26 @ LI

6 @ YRK 6:05 13 @ YRK 20 @ SOM 6:05 27 @ LI

FIREWORKS All Game Are Subject To Change

SKEETERS PROMOTIONS 1 Margarita Monday 2 Two-Steppin’ Tuesday 7 Sunday Funday / Disney Day / Reading Program 8 Margarita Monday 9 Two-Steppin’ Tuesday 10 #Winning Wednesday / Game Show Night 11 Thirsty Thursday / Zombie Night 12 Fireworks / Turn Back the Clock / 15 Fireworks / Pink in the Park / Jersey Auction (Memorial Hermann) 16 Skeeter Night Live / Youth Jersey

See us online

Giveaway / (Texas Direct Auto) 17 Sunday Funday / Princess and Pirates Night / Reading Program 18 Margarita Monday 27 #Winning Wednesday / Christmas in July in May / Reading Program 28 Thirsty Thursday / 70’s Night 29 Fireworks / Girl Scout Night 30 Skeeter Night Live 31 Sunday Funday / Cajun Night / Crawfish Boil / Reading Program / Remote Dig

By Adrian Martin

of combining both football and Lacrosse sweet sciences Did you know Lacrosse's history Fort Bend has a very spans across centuries, successful Lacrosse Club? but the plan to elevate The Fort Bend Rangers the game's status in have been thriving for Fort Bend County has years now. The Rangers emerged. have given athletes across Recently, there's been Fort Bend ISD's 11 school a push to increase the landscape the opportunity popularity of lacrosse in to play lacrosse, even Fort Bend County and though the UIL doesn’t beyond. sponsor Lacrosse. The Richmond Grizzly Clements graduate Lacrosse club will host a Keith Mason benefited camp in conjunction with from playing with the club Houston Texans offensive and the Clements Ranger lineman Will Yeatman Football team. from 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday Mason believes that at Belin Park in Pecan his hard work playing Grove. Yeatman, 27, is Lacrosse, which spanned unique in that he played seven years, helped with Division I football and his overall instincts. lacrosse at both Maryland "Football made me a and Notre Dame. better Lacrosse player, The camp will be held and lacrosse made me a on the basis of Informing better football player," athletes about the benefits said Mason. "Football

For The Star

taught me that you need to be tough, and disciplined to take care of your assignments. lacrosse taught me how to think fast and stay light on my feet. Playing both sports will increase your athletic instincts." With both the Rangers and Grizzly clubs, many athletes and coaches expect Lacrosse to grow in the area.

FORT BEND DRIVING SCHOOL Serving the students of Fort Bend for over 25 years

Italian Wine Dinner Wednesday, June 24 • 7: 00 p.m. Course l Bruschetta di Prosciutto

Course lll Linguini in Salsa di Vongole

Charred Grape Tomatoes, Sliced Prosciutto di Parma, Micro Basil, Balsamic Glaze & EVOO, Pinot Nero Bianco, Ca’ Montebello, Italy

Cherry Stone Clams, Shaved Garlic, Fine Herbs, Calabrese Peppers & Linguine Pasta, Chianti Organico, Toscana

Course ll Frisee and Radicchio Insalata Frisee and Radicchio tossed in a Pinenut Vinaigrette with Roasted Bell Pepper & Granna Padanna Le Coste Pinot Grigio, Montecchia di Crosara-Soavae, Veneto

Course lV Rossini Filetto

Course V Tiramisu Ladyfingers dipped in Coffee layered with Mascarpone Cheese, flavored with Cocoa Sangue di Giuda (Red) Ca’ Montello, Italy

Hudson Valley Foie Gras, Beef Tornados, Yukon Gold Potato Puree topped with a Marsala Green Peppercorn Demi $70 includes Five Course Feudo Di Santa Croce LXXIV Primitivo Dinner & Select Wines Advance reservations required Di Manduria 2010, Puglia, Italy by calling 281-201-8296

281.201.8296 14019 Southwest Freeway Suite 101 Sugar Land, Texas 77478


See us online

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 H

Richmond Poet attends master poets workshop taught by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet




Virginia Kathryn Meier April 30, 1933 – June 14, 2015

Virginia “Ginger” Kathryn Meier peacefully moved from life to new life on June 14, 2015, at the age of 82. Born on April 30, 1933, in Ryan, OK., Ginger grew up in Ryan and eventually moved to Hollywood, CA. There she met Jay Meier; they married on March 2, 1952, and celebrated 63 years this past March. Together they raised three children. Their children and their grandchildren are their proud legacy. Ginger was a member of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority for 50 years and has always been very involved with the sorority. With Jay, Ginger loved the mall walkers, was an avid reader, liked swimming, the Houston Astros and Texans, loved to travel seeing the world, but her favorite was sunsets on a Hawaiian beach. Ginger’s brightness of smile, easy laughter and heart for others lives on in our hearts and, we are forever grateful.

Ginger is survived by her husband, Jay Meier of Sugar Land, children Debbie, husband Gehrig Smith and daughter Erin; Kathryn Duecker, husband Robert and daughter Mary Kathryn; Larry Meier, wife Beverly, daughter Morgan and, son Michael Ryan. She is also survived by her step mother, Mildred Ryan (95) of El Paso, TX., sister-in-law Barbara Mueller and a wonderful array of nephews and a nieces. A memorial service will be held Saturday June 20, 2015 at 2pm at Christ United Methodist Church, 3300 Austin Parkway, Sugar Land, Texas 77479. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, online or donate by mail to 230 East Ohio Street, Suite 304, Chicago, IL 60611-3201. For more information contact Sugar Land Mortuary 281-2771818.




Irlene Washington Brown March 14, 1928 – May 28, 2015

Mrs. Irene Washington Brown, residing at the Terry Jude Miller, Fort tional Poetry Festival and Bend County poet, attended the Austin International Po- Spring Branch Transitiona master poets workshop at etry Festival.   In addition, al Care Nursing Home in Walt Whitman's birthplace one of Miller's poems will be Houston, quietly joined on Long Island in May.  The published in the 2016 Texas her Creator on Thursday, May 28, 2015. workshop was taught by Pu- Poetry Calendar. She was born in litzer Prize-winning poet, A resident of Pecan Grove, Yusef Komunyakaa (pictured Miller and his wife, Gloria, Terry, Mississippi in 1928 to Irene on the right).   Only twenty- have lived in Texas for the and Earnest Washington. She had five poets in the country were last twenty-seven years.  16 brothers and sisters of which invited to attend the work- They have two adult chil- now only one survives. In 1949 shop which covered advanced dren, Heather Miller, who is she moved to Newark, N.J. and topics in poetics and poem de- an elementary school teacher worked as a maid. She bought her velopment. in Fort Bend ISD, and Am- first house and moved herself and Miller has recently won ber Miller of Denton, who is her 3 children to Lakewood, N.J in several local poetry hon- a psychology therapist.  More 1967 where she initially worked as ors including publication in information about Miller can ✢ ✢ ✢ ✢ ✢ ✢ ✢ ✢ ✢ the 2015 anthologies of the be found at PoetTerryMiller. Rio Grande Valley Interna- com.

FBISD Trustee Jim Rice appointed to leadership role with regional school board association Rice to serve as Gulf Coast Area Association of School Boards Director Fort Bend ISD Trustee Jim Rice has been appointed to fill a leadership vacancy with the Gulf Coast Area Association of School Boards. The GCAASB Executive Board selected Rice as a director after the person elected to serve in the position failed to be re-elected to his local school board. Rice is currently serving his second term on the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees and represents Position 3. First

elected in 2010, Rice previously served as Board Secretary (2011-2012) and Board President (2012-2014). Rice is president of Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc., an engineering and construction management firm. He is also active with the Boy Scouts of America and currently serves as the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Education Division Chair. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Texas Association of School Boards, serving as the Legislative Committee Chair.

Looking for a new VoIP telephone system. We offer Cisco, Polycom, and many other manufacturers. Do you currently have a VoIP system? Are you calling New Jersey for support? We are local Serving Fort Bend County - Since 1992 and offer local support. Call us now or email us for a free quote.


Some restrictions apply, call for a quote.

BASHANS PAINTING & HOME REPAIR Commercial / Residential

Retail Ads Deadline: Fridays at 5:00 p.m.

Classified Ads Deadline: Mondays at 5:00 p.m.









Accounting Editor Star Reporter


Production Manager Scan with your smart phone to launch website


Publisher Associate Publisher Sales Executive Sales Executive



Fort Bend’s most in-depth news coverage Check our website

• Interior Exterior Painting • Hardi Plank Installation • Wood Replacement • Sheet-Rock Repair • Interior Carpentry • Cabinet Painting • Wallpaper Removal and Texturizing • Pressure Washing • Fence Repair/Replacement

20 Years Experience

Rose Novosad of La Grange and Mae Dell Stojanik of Ellinger, sister in law and brother in law, Mary and Jesse Sobotik of Houston, several nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Joe was also blessed with five godchildren: Charles Stasney, Missouri City; Connie Mechura Sacco, Katy; Aaron Freudensprung, Wharton; Kathryn Sobotik, Katy; and Mark Sobotik, Houston. Army buddies include Prosper Sick of New Orleans La., Jim Chandler of Gordon, Wisconsin, Lloyd Wengenroth of Castroville Texas, Charles Stasney (deceased) of Poplarville Mississippi, and Marvin Johnson (deceased) of Merrillville, Indiana. Joe was preceded in death by his parents, infant sister, Minnie Mae Stibora, brothers-in-law George Novosad Sr., Bernard Stojanik, and 2nd Lt. Stanley Sobotik and nephews George Novosad Jr. and Cadet Richard Sobotik USMA. Pall bearers are Jake Surman, Britain Stibora, Mark Sobotik, Kenneth Stojanik, David Novosad, and Jimmie Fucik. Visitaion is scheduled for Thursday June 18, 2015 from 12:00 PM until 4:00 PM at Fayette Memorial Funeral Home in La Grange and from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Hostyn. Rosary will be held at the Queen of the Holy Rosary Church, Hostyn, Texas, at 7 p.m. on June 18, 2015. Funeral mass will be held on June 19, 2015, at 11 a.m at the Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Celebrants are Msgr. Reggie Nesvadba, assisted by Fr. Dan Kahlich and Deacon John McCourt. Burial will occur in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Hostyn, Hospice Brazos Valley or donor’s choice. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Fayette Memorial Funeral Home of La Grange.

OUR STAFF President


4655 Techniplex Dr., Suite 300 Stafford, Texas 77477 281-690-4200 • 281-690-5200 fax

Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m.


One Call, One Source, Unlimited Solutions


News Deadline:


We’ll include FREE maintenance & programming for your current telephone system plus FREE LD and 24/7 support for about the same you’re currently paying for just telephone service.

August 26, 1930 – June 12, 2015

in both SPJST Lodge 88 in Houston and the Metropolitan Houston Chapter Chevron Retirees Association in Houston. Joe married Blanche Sobotik, whom he met in college, on June 14, 1958, at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church in Houston. Their honeymoon took them to Mexico City and Acapulco. They built their own home, designed by Blanche, in Stafford where they lived for 34 years. They were blessed with two children, Colette and Kenrick Stibora. Blanche retired from Exxon USA to raise the children. The family enjoyed traveling throughout the United States, Mexico and Hawaii, and Blanche and Joe enjoyed two trips to Europe in 1993 and 1996. On July 4, 1993, they had an audience with then Pope John Paul II at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. While in Europe, they also visited the gravesite of Blanche’s brother, 2nd Lt. Stanley Sobotik (killed over Germany in WWII), who lies buried in the beautiful Netherlands American Cemetery in the village of Margraten, Netherlands. Survivors include wife Blanche of 57 years, daughter Colette and husband, Mike Surman, and their children, Caitlin, Jake and fiancee Tori Hutton, of La Grange, son Kenrick and wife Noel and their children Faith and Britain, of Watauga. Sisters

a food service worker for the State of New Jersey. Years later she and her spouse started Brown’s Used Furniture in Lakewood and Brown’s Antiques in Asbury Park. She and her husband retired to Houston, Texas in 1988. She is the beloved Mother of Pat of Laurel, Maryland. She also leaves to cherish her memory her only grandchild Rodrick ; two other children Gail and Wesley; her husband John ; her sister Dorothy Kendrick of Terry, Mississippi, and a host of loving nieces and nephews.

Switch Your Telephone Service To ProStar Communications

JOSEPH JOHN STIBORA Joseph John Stibora III passed away June 12, 2015, with his family present. He was born to Adella Cook and Joe Stibora on August 26, 1930, on a farm near Ellinger, Texas. He received his primary and secondary education at the Ellinger Public School, Ellinger,Texas, and at La Grange High School, La Grange, Texas. Postsecondary education occurred at Southwestern Business University and the University of Houston College of Business Administration, Houston, Texas. After being drafted into the US Army at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, on March 15, 1951, to serve his two year obligation, he was assigned to Fort Bliss Army Base in El Paso for basic and advanced basic training with an eventual assignment to Headquarters Battalion, 1st Guide Missile Group, Personnel Office until his honorable discharge as Sergeant (E-5) on March 14, 1953. Upon his return to Houston, he became employed by Gulf Oil Corporation in its Houston Accounting Center and served in several capacities, eventually retiring as Senior Supervisor over Financial Reporting for the Chemical companies on July 29, 1983. In February 1971, he was appointed to Stafford City Council where he served until April 1976. He also served on several community committees and sometimes held officer positions. This community service included the Stafford Economic Development Commission, Stafford/ MissouriCity Lions Club, StaffordMissouri City Little League Baseball, Friends of Fort Bend County Library and Holy Family Church in Missouri City. In 1994 he was honored as the 4th of July Parade Marshall for the City of Stafford. In November of 1983, Mayor Leonard Scarcella and City Council named Joe to serve as the city’s first Director of Finance and Administration. He served in this capacity until he retired on December 31, 1990. Joe also held memberships


• Garage Floor Epoxy • Custom Staining • Roofing • Gutter Repair / Replacement • Faux Painting • Window Insulation • Rolled or Blown Insulation • Make Ready to Sell • Trash Removal-Clean Up

281.347.6702 281.731.3383 - Cell



References Available

Richmond poet Terry Jude Miller, left, attended a poetry workshop in New York, taught by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa, pictured right. (Submitted photo)




Fully Insured






2223 FM1092 • Missouri City, TX 77459 Ed Byrnes, Senior Pastor Sunday Bible Study 9:30 am • 6:00 pm Sunday Worship 10:45 am • 6:00 pm Wednesday: 7:00 pm Bible Study / AWANA "A Place To Call Home" -

4200 Cartwright Road, Missouri City, 77459 Sunday School 9:00 am Fellowship & Coffee 10:00 am Worship 10:30 am



CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH • 281-980-6888 502 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478 3300 Austin Parkway • Sugar Land, TX 77479 Sunday Worship: 8:15 am • 9:45 am • 11:05 am the hub • 11:00 am Sunday School for all ages • 9:45 am

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

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



15590 Voss Road • Sugar Land • Sunday Worship Services: 7:00 am • 10 am • 5 pm Bible Study (all ages): Sun. 9 am & Wed. 7 pm Tuesday Seniors’ Bible Study: 10 am

Sunday Worship 8:30am • 11:00 am Sunday School for All Ages 9:30 am Pastor’s Bible Study Tuesday 6:30 pm LUTHERAN CHURCH

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

Scripture of the week “When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. So he began teaching them many things.”—Mark 6:34

To place an ad in The Fort Bend County Worship Directory 281-690-4200

PAGE 12 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015


See us online


Sugar Land native leads TCU to College World Series By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@

Last week was an exciting one for Sugar Land native Mitchell Traver. The TCU pitcher led the Horned Frogs to the College World Series (CWS), earning the victory on the mound in a 54, 16 inning victory over Texas A&M. Two days later, he was drafted in the 28th round by the St. Louis Cardinals. Traver isn’t sure whether he’ll sign with the Cardinals or return to TCU where he has two seasons of eligibility remaining. Before the 2015 season, Traver had only pitched oneMitchell Traver. third of an inning at the college (Submitted photo) level. It’s been a long road to success for Traver, who is

9-2 with a 1.60 earned run average for the Big 12 Champion Horned Frogs (50-13), who qualified for their second consecutive CWS in Omaha, Neb. TCU defeated LSU in its CWS opener and faced defending national champion, Vanderbilt, on Tuesday. Results were not available at press time. As a freshman, Traver was recovering from Tommy John Reconstructive Surgery. Last season, the Horned Frogs advanced to the CWS, but Traver was sidelined with a stress fracture in his back. “I want the chance to pitch in Omaha,” Traver said. Earlier in this year’s NCAA Tournament, TCU overcame an 8-1 deficit in the eighth inning of a Regional Championship Game against North Carolina State in Fort Worth.


• Taylor Cobb, pitcher – Austin HS/University of Houston (Angels, 26th round)

• Matt Ditman, pitcher – Lamar Consolidated HS/Rice (Kansas City Royals, 16th round)

• Mitchell Traver, pitcher – Fort Bend Christian HS/Houston Christian HS/TCU (St. Louis Cardinals, 28th round)

• Nathan Bertness, pitcher – Travis HS/McLennan CC (Los Angeles Angels, 16th round)

• Scott Grist, pitcher – Kempner HS/ Texas State (Milwaukee Brewers, 38th round)

The Frogs scored eight unanswered runs to win in extra innings. Traver didn’t pitch in the game, but being part of something like that was amazing, he said. “That comeback was unbelievable,” Traver said. “I was incredibly floored. You never give up until the last pitch, but

it didn’t look good.” The 6-foot-7, 255-pound redshirt sophomore began his baseball career with the First Colony Little League Cardinals at age 8. He played for two seasons at Fort Bend Christian, before transferring to Houston Christian. After graduating from Houston Christian, the Hous-

ton Astros drafted him in the 39th round of the 2012 MLB Draft. He opted for college instead where he’s on track to earn a Marketing degree. Although his parents now live in the Dallas area, Traver still visits Sugar Land sometimes and enjoys going to Skeeters games at Constellation Field.

Local umpire selected for national junior world series

A Helping Hand from

Ed’s Pharmacy

By Keon Broadnax For The Star

3740 Cartwright Road (@ FM 1092)

(281) 499-4555

What to do about Jellyfish Stings

During the warm summer months many people like to escape to a beach and wade, swim, or snorkel in the ocean where jellyfish also re­side. A jellyfish sting can be especially painful. Venom is released from the tentacles of a jellyfish when its sensitive surface is touched, even if the jellyfish is on the shore. The venom causes a burning pain and red marks on the skin. It can also cause itching, swelling, tingling, sensa­tions with shooting pain that occur up or down a limb. Some types of jellyfish cause whole body reactions. Some people may need emergency care if the person has a severe reaction. Many stings however usually don’t require medical attention. If a stinger remains in the skin after an attack, vinegar can be added to the site for less than one minute. Over the counter lotions that contain calamine or an anesthetic like lidocaine can help reduce discomfort. Pain killers such as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol) can help reduce some of the pain. Do not take more medication that what the product label advises. Itching and swelling can be treated with an over the counter antihistamine such as Benadryl. It may cause dry eyes and some sleepiness.

Every baseball game has players, fans and great rule enforcers. For umpires, just like baseball players, going to a World Series, not matter what level, is the ultimate dream. The road to get to the World Series is extremely long and hard even for umpires. Yet through hard work and determination, an umpire can get to that stage, and for Fort Bend resident Roy Riggs that Fort Bend resident Roy Riggs dream has become a reality. will umpire the Junior Little Riggs has umpired for League World Series in Au- many different organizations gust. (Submitted photo) and levels, and for the past six years he has been with Sugar Land Little League. As FORT BEND the Umpires in Charge, Riggs DRIVING SCHOOL and his best friend, Wes Pate, supervise four levels of little Serving the students of league and 12 umpires. Yet Fort Bend for over 25 years it is only him and Pate that are not paid for their work. For little league umpires to be able to officiate a World Series in Little League, officiating games must be voluntary, if an umpire is paid

then they cannot umpire past the district tournament.    Riggs will go to Michigan Aug. 14 to join 11 other prestigious umpires from around the world to officiate the Junior Little League World Series.  In 2012, Riggs and Pate were appointed to umpire at the state tournament in Tyler. Riggs explained that to be able to be considered for either a regional or the World Series an umpire must go through three years of state first to show commitment. During his third year at state, Riggs was invited to officiate in the Junior Regional Tournament in Albuquerque, NM. Riggs describe the ability to be an umpire at the regional as really big. “It was huge”, he said. “Usually you have to wait a couple of years to be invited to a regional after you finish state.” After his third at State and a Regional appointment to the Southwest Regional in Albuquerque, the waiting began for the phone call that

every umpire hopes for: the World Series. After being evaluated by the board of directors for the job, Riggs received the invitation to go to Taylor, MI to officiate the series as well as receiving an additional invitation to return to Albuquerque to be a part of the regional staff to help evaluate other umpires. His friend, Pate, also received an invitation to go to the regional tournament while in his third at state. Riggs went on to show the rarity of such an accomplishment. “To have two umpires from the same league going to both the regional and World Series, it’s huge,” he exclaimed. “You can go to any other league and they cannot say that.” Riggs has been an umpire for 29 years. He has done every level from little league to the upper levels. Even though he does high school and college he says nothing has been as fun as Little League. Riggs said he enjoys Little League more than the upper levels because he gets to grow with kids.


Be a part of the Newest Medical Feature in Fort Bend County: Publishing the 2nd Wednesday of every month, will feature the latest and most up-to-date medical news in Fort Bend County! JANUARY

Health & Fitness, personal trainers, New Year’s Resolutions.


Medicine & Technology. Technology has improved substantially within the medical field. How are these impacting your life, and what’s on the horizon?


How to deal with allergies, feature on Essential Oils.

APRIL Health & Education. Features

on the Medical Academy at Hightower High School, the various informational programs at the hospitals in the area.

MAY Mental Health. The importance of maintaining mental and emotional health, stories on psychologists and psychiatrists in the area. JUNE Skin Care Awareness. Melanoma and Skin Cancer prevention. JULY Diabetes Awareness. How to prevent it, how to live better with it, stories from individuals in the community.

AUGUST Heat & Youth. Staying safe in the summer sun, staying safe competing in the heat (start of the sports season).


Prostate Cancer. stories from survivors, events in the community.

OCTOBER Breast Cancer Awareness. stories from survivors, special events in the community.


(Submitted photo)

Healthy Eating. What are area restaurants doing to promote a healthy lifestyle?, story on a Nutritionist, healthy Thanksgiving alternatives.

DECEMBER Health & Spirituality. The importance of having a spiritual life with regards to health. Individual stories, local church programs regarding health. • Your medical practice or facility can be represented every month.

• The Preferred Health Directory offers a concise listing of doctors, dentists, pharmacies, and many other needed services in the county!



• Heel & Arch Pain Treatment

• Bunion Correction • Hammertoes Correction • Arthritis/Joint Pain • Flat Feet • Ankle/Foot Sprains • Fractures • Achilles Tendonitis

15200 S.W. Fwy, Suite 375 Sugar Lakes @ 59 South


• Media packages that include advertising and editorial are available. Call your Star Marketing Consultant today!

The First Colony 12U Majors Blue Gray team had an awesome season and brought home the championship for their division. 12U Blue Gray Division Championship Winners from First Colony Little League. Pictured are Coach Matt Kuntz, Coach Tyndall Yaap, Morgan Yaap, Alex Benavides, Michael Henderson, Head Coach AJ Orsak, Chase Orsak, Coach John Garza & JC Garza. Josh Kuntz, Athan Jones, Chris Contreras, James Sattler, Ashwin Nomi, Trey De Los Santos.

• In-office X-Rays • Sports Injuries LASER for Toenail Fungus • Ingrown Toenails • Warts/Skin Lesions • Custom Orthotics • Diabetic Footcare • Neuropathy


Subscribe today... for mailbox delivery

Fort Bend Star [ ] $52 Enclosed check or money order [ ] $___________________ or more [ ] Charge my credit card [visa] [MC] [AMX] [DSC] #______________________________________________

52 - 1 Year


Exp Date: _________________ Daytime Phone #____________________________ Name:_____________________________________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________________ City:_ _____________________________________________________________________ State____________________________________ Zip:_______________________________ Mail to: Fort Bend Star, 4655 Techniplex Dr., Suite 300, Stafford TX 77477 • 281-690-4200



28 1 25 4 7 27 206 9community 14 calendar of events 10 3 11 8 22 2 16 1021 7 3

See us online

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 H


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 or mail to: Fort Bend Star, 4655 Techniplex Dr., Suite 300, Stafford, Texas 77477. THURSDAY, JUNE 18 The Community Service Awards Gala

The Community Service Awards Gala will be held at the City Centre at Quail Valley, 2880 La Quinta Dr. on Thursday, June 18. The reception begins at 7 p.m. and the gala at 8 p.m. Admission is $100 for individuals and $1,000 for a table.

FRIDAY, JUNE 19 Family Fun Day in the Park

Family Fun Day in the Park will be held at Hunters Glen Park, 1340 Independence on Friday, June 19. The family movie “Selma” will begin at dusk. This is a FREE event and is open to the general public. A Community Art Project, “It Takes a Village” by 3D Fabric Artist Carolyn Crump, will be held at the Missouri City Community Center, 1522 Texas Parkway on Friday, June 19. A reception for the exhibit begins at 6 p.m., and the viewing will run from 7 – 9 p.m. This is a FREE event and is open to the general public.

SATURDAY, JUNE 20 Artist/Author Justin Garcia Book Signing

Acclaimed Houston artist Justin Garcia has completed his first book, OneTonGoldfish: In Search of the Tangible Dream, and will be appearing at Barnes & Noble in Sugar Land on Saturday, June 20 for a book signing and conversation. 1- 4 p.m. OneTonGoldfish: In Search of the Tangible Dream, is the detailed account of his intimate explorations of his own creative process, which unexpectedly reveal a scientific perspective on the radical effect creativity has on the human race. Garcia takes the reader inside the art world, and into the world of an artist, with fearless, refreshing candor. His remarkable revelations will fascinate anyone who wishes to better understand their life purpose, and apply what Garcia calls “the mechanics of creation” to their own lives.

Crafting at Sienna: Painting Pots

The Adult Services department at Fort Bend County Libraries’ Sienna Branch Library will host a special summer crafting project, “Crafting at Sienna: Painting Pots,” on Saturday, June 20, beginning at 10:30 am, in Conference Room 2 of the library, located at 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd in Missouri City. The program is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, however, and reservations are required. To register online at the library’s website (, click on “Calendar,” select “Sienna Branch,” and find the program. Participants may also register by calling the library at 281-238-2952, or by visiting the library.

A Bid Whist and Domino Tournament

A Bid Whist and Domino Tournament will be held at the Missouri City Tennis and Recreation Center, 2701 Cypress Point Dr. on Saturday, June 20 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Both tournaments will be held in the multipurpose room at the center. The entry fee for the bid whist tournament is $35 and is $25 for the domino tournament. Bid whist registration runs from 9 – 11 a.m., and the domino tournament registration runs from 3 – 4 p.m. You can RSVP and pay online atwww.MCJCF. com. You will incur a small fee when registering online; both are open to the general public.

The “One Mile of Smiles” Parade

The “One Mile of Smiles” Parade will be held on Texas Parkway (FM 2234) on Saturday, June 20. The parade will begin at 7 p.m. This is a FREE event and is open to the general public

The Battle of the Bands

The Battle of the Bands will be held at the Thurgood Marshall High School Athletic Field on Saturday, June 20. The battle will begin after the parade. This is a FREE event and is open to the general public.

Father’s Day Frontier Survival Class

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 Pink in the Park

to School Scramble helps make our mission a reality—to enrich and enhance the quality of education for all Fort Bend ISD students. For information about the Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital and the Sugar Land Skeeters have an- Back to School Scramble and sponsorship opportunities, contact Carol Evans at nounced a new date for Pink in the Park. Pink in the Park festivities will now take (281) 634-1111 or For more information visit our place Wednesday, June 24 at Constellation Field. Heavy rain forced the move website at from the original date. If you’d like to register to attend the pregame Survivor ONGOING Ceremony visit Al-Anon Support Group The first 2,000 fans who attend will also receive a complimentary gift. Does someone have a drinking problem? Weekly, 1 hour meetings every THURSDAY, JUNE 25 Saturday night, 8 p.m., Lamplighters, 2425 FM 1092, (Murphy Road) in the Cancer Center open house Baytown Seafood strip center. Last Saturday of month the meetings are held at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has installed a new radiation therapy Denny’s Hwy.6 near Murphy Rd. Call Jill 281-416-9005. system, which integrates imaging, beam delivery and motion management to Free Income-Tax Help at give physicians unmatched control of radiation therapy. Learn more about the Fort Bend County Libraries cancer services at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital by calling our Cancer Fort Bend County Libraries will again host representatives from the American Navigator, Frances Goerlich at 281.274.7930 or join us at our Cancer Center open Association of Retired Persons (AARP), who will provide free income-taxhouse on Thursday, June 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. The community is invited to attend, preparation assistance for low-income taxpayers at several locations in the Fort tour, interact with staff and see how our new TrueBeam technology works. We Bend County library system through April 15. Patrons should bring the following will have tours, refreshments, a free gift for attendees and fabulous door prizes. information to the session if possible: a photo ID; Social Security card(s) for self, To RSVP, call 281.275.0751 or email spouse, and all dependents; last year’s tax return; W-2, 1099s, and any other How Money Works compensation received in 2014; unemployment compensation statements; and Fort Bend County Libraries’ Sienna Branch Library will present a financial-wellness any other documents that are necessary to complete your return. program, “How Money Works,” on Thursday, June 25, beginning at 7 pm, in the Legally Blonde: The Musical Meeting Room of the library, located at 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd in Missouri OMG you guys! Award-Winning Fort Bend Theatre will be opening Legally Blonde: City. Sofia taught personal finance in the public-school system for many years. The Musical at the state-of-the-art Stafford Centre, only 5 minutes from Hwy 59 He has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a graduate and Beltway 8, from July 31 – August 2, on Friday and Saturday evening at 8:00 p.m. degree in Educational Administration, as well as a certificate in Advanced Studies and Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Based on the hit 2001 film, bubbly Delta Nu Elle in Educational Administration. The program is free and open to the public. For Woods is dumped by her Harvard-bound boyfriend Warner for being too blonde. more information, call the Sienna Branch Library at 281-238-2900 or the library She is too “Marilyn” for his future political dreams. Distraught, Elle is determined system’s Public Information Office at 281-633-4734. to get him back and follows him to the prestigious Harvard law school. A hilariLegends of the Knight Movie Screening ous clash of cultures follows as Elle’s perky personality and pink outfits meets the Don’t miss a one-night only screening of a documentary about everyday heroes seriousness of her fellow Ivy Leaguers. Through this journey, Elle finds confidence inspired by the Legendary Dark Knight himself – Batman. Legends of the Knight in herself and proves that she isn’t just another dumb blonde. Tickets are now on by Brett Culp will be shown at 7:30 pm on Thursday, June 25 at the AMC First sale for this upbeat and bubbly musical, and are available at www.fortbendtheatre. Colony 24 at 3301 Town Center Blvd in Sugar Land. Tickets are $11 and can be com. For more information, please call (281) 208-3333. purchased online at Disney’s Cinderella Kids SATURDAY, JUNE 27 Experience enchantment and magic as Award-Winning Fort Bend Theatre Sienna Branch Library hosts special guests presents Disney’s Cinderella Kids, June 6 – 28, on Saturdays and Sundays at 3:00 Fort Bend County Libraries’ Sienna Branch Library will host special guests — of the p.m. All children attending who come dressed as their favorite Disney Prince of wildlife variety — from Brazos Bend State Park on Saturday, June 27, from 10:30 Princess will receive a prize! Come enjoy this delightful, musical version of the am to 1 pm, in the Meeting Room of the library, located at 8411 Sienna Springs timeless fairytale, playing at 2815 N. Main St., Stafford, TX 77477. Tickets are only Blvd in Missouri City. The program is free and open to the public. For more in- $10 and available online at formation, call the Sienna Branch Library at 281-238-2900 or the library system’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Public Information Office at 281-633-4734. Enter into the magical world of C.W. Lewis’ Narnia as Award-Winning Fort Bend First Colony Branch Library hosts NASA physicist Theatre presents The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, July 4 – 25, Saturdays Almost fifty years ago NASA launched Apollo 11 to the moon. At First Colony and Sundays at 3:00 p.m., 2815 N. Main St., Stafford, TX 77477. You won’t want Branch Library on 2 p.m. June 27, retired NASA physicist F. Don Cooper shares to miss out on this exciting adventure as four children enter a wardrobe that his experiences in creating the technology to launch Apollo 11 and how his team leads to a mysterious world full of enchanted characters! Tickets are only $10 contributed to bring the Apollo 13 crew safely home in 1970. Using a model and are available online at Will the four children be of the Saturn V rocket, his fast paced presentation appeals to all ages. Cooper able to escape from the White Witch’s wrath and free King Aslan? Come see The became interested in math and science in junior high school. His science paper Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and find out! in the 9th grade was titled, “Destination Moon”. He graduated from Oklahoma The FC Patriots currently conducting registration Baptist University with a major in physics plus a lot of math and chemistry. After The FC Patriots are currently conducting registration for our flag, freshmen, graduation, he worked as a mathematician at the George C. Marshall NASA cen- sophomore, and junior football teams (ages 5-12). ter in Huntsville, Alabama where he created the equations to send the astronauts Lois Brooks is our registrar. She can be contacted at or from earth orbit toward the moon. He then came to Houston to work for the at 281-635-2602. All our practices are at Clements High School. Johnson Spacecraft Center. The library programs are free and open to the public. AARP Missouri City Chapter # 3081 Monthly Meeting For more information call your local Fort Bend library branch or call the Public Monthly meeting at City Hall Complex/Missouri City. 1552 Texas Parkway, Information Office at 281-341-2677. Missouri City. Second Monday of every month. 11:15 am- 1 pm.. Fun/Food/ SUNDAY, JUNE 29 Fellowship/Learning. Contact Buddy or Barbara 713-859-5920 or 281-499-3345

Held at the 1830s Stock Farm, Henry Jones will teach Dad the necessary skills such as fire making, hide tanning, and more! The one-hour class will be held at 11 am and 2 pm and is limited to 30 participants for each session, so arrive early. The class is first-come, first-served and included with general admission. Complete Dad’s historic experience with an 1860s Chuckwagon Lunch at 12:30 pm! 9 am – 5 The Arc of Fort Bend County Will Thank Their Volunteers pm (general Park hours). 11 am and 2 pm (Frontier Survival Classes; first-come, Join us as we honor those who have supported our mission of “improving the first-served. Limit 30 per class). lives of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities”. Register at www. School of Rock Sugar Land Grand Opening School of Rock Sugar Land is celebrating its Grand Opening on Saturday, June 20 “Register for an Event”. Annual Awards Dinner. June 29. Safari from 1-4pm. Join us for the Grand Opening Celebration of the brand new School Texas “Forum Ballroom”. 5:30 pm TUESDAY, JUNE 30 of Rock Sugar Land! This all-ages open house event will feature various clinics and Digital Photo Editing workshops, light refreshments, small bites, tours of the school, meet and greets with expert staff, sign-ups for free trial lessons and more! The school provides Fort Bend County Libraries’ University Branch Library will present the program, students with private lessons, group band rehearsals, performances throughout “Digital Photo Editing,” on Tuesday, June 30, beginning at 2 pm, in the Computer the year in front of hundreds of people, with opportunities to perform on a Lab of the library, located at 14010 University Blvd in Sugar Land, on the UH national tour. Every step of the way, students aborb a deep knowledge of campus. The class is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, however, the music industry and have a firsthand look at what a career in entertainment and reservations are required. Registration will open on June 16. To register online at the library’s website (, click on “Calendar,” select actually looks like. “University Branch Library,” and find the program. Participants may also register MONDAY, JUNE 22 by calling the library at 281-633-5150, or by visiting the library. Golf Classic Aladdin and Princess Jasmine Marionette Show Join us June 22, the Monday after Father’s Day, at Weston Lakes Country Club in Fulshear, TX, at 10:30 am, for our annual Golf Classic. Following 18 holes of In conjunction with the Summer Reading Club for children at Fort Bend County golf, the award-winning BBQ cooking team, “Yeah, I do”, will serve their delicious Libraries, the Youth Services department at the Sienna Branch Library will host barbecue while Commissioner Patterson conducts the live auction. Register on a special performance of “Aladdin and Princess Jasmine Marionette Show” on line at or call The Arc office. Not a golfer? Join us for Tuesday, June 30, beginning at 2 pm, in the Meeting Room of the library, located at 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd in Missouri City. The program is free and open to the the barbecue dinner and auction at 5:00 pm. public. Seating is limited. A free hand-stamp, available one hour prior to the event, TUESDAY, JUNE 23 is required for admission. For more information, call the Sienna Branch Library at American Legion Holds Monthly Sugar Land Meeting American Legion Post 942 Of Sugar Land will hold its monthly meeting at the 281-238-2900 or the library system’s Public Information Office at 281-633-4734. THURSDAY, JULY 2 Legion hall at 311 Ulrich St, Sugar Land at 7 pm on June 23. New officers for the Coastal Prairie Chapter – Texas Master Naturalist next year will be inducted at this meeting. Post commander Lionel Villafranco invites U.S. military veterans to attend. The American Legion was founded in The Texas Master Naturalist Coastal Prairie Chapter will present the Texas Parks and Wildlife presentation, “Texas’ Dirty Dozen”. They will discuss invasive spe1919 and is the country’s largest veterans organization. cies that pose a threat to the Texas ecosystem. This program will take place on Thursday, July 2nd at 7 p.m. The meeting will be preceded by a social with snacks at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at the Bud O’Shieles Community Center JAY IS located at 1330 Band Road, Rosenberg, 77471. The meeting is free and open BACK! to all interested people. The Texas Master Naturalist program is sponsored by 11851 WILCREST “Old Fashion Barber Shop” Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Houston, Texas 77031 SHAVE • CUTS • FADES For additional information call 281.633.7033 or email



Tue-Fri 8-6 p.m. • Sat 8-4 p.m.


Locally owned and operated, since 1979

11845 Wilcrest, Houston, Texas 77031 Murphy at Southwest Freeway, U.S. 59


Trusted Home Care Live life your way! From few hours to 24/7 care, we’re there when & where you need us!



Call us today!

281.243.2300 •

One Sugar Creek Center Blvd.

Suite 300, Sugar Land, TX

Honored to be your choice for life insurance. LISA N SIMS, AGENT Monday - Friday 9 - 6 Saturday 10 - 2 After hours by appointment Se habla Español

11647 S Highway 6 Sugar Land, TX 77498 Toll Free: 281-201-2448

TUESDAY, JULY 7 Summer Movie Series

Fort Bend County Libraries’ Sienna Branch Library will feature a free Summer Movie Series in July. In conjunction with this year’s Summer Reading Club superhero theme, the movies will all be based on popular literary heroes. The movie on Tuesday, July 7, is an epic fantasy-adventure film adaptation of a popular novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. In this second installment of the trilogy, Bilbo Baggins continues his journey with Gandalf the Grey and 13 elves, led by Thorin Oakenshild, to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor. This movie is rated PG-13. Showtime is 5:30 pm, in the Meeting Room of the library. The feature film on Tuesday, July 21, is the third in a trilogy based on a popular novel by J.R.R. Tolkien, completing the tale of Bilbo Baggins. This movie is rated PG-13. Showtime is 5:30 pm, in the Meeting Room of the library. For more information about the featured movies, call the Sienna Branch Library at 281-238-2900 or the library system’s Public Information Office at 281-633-4734. The Sienna Branch Library is located at 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd in Missouri City.

THURSDAY, JULY 23 Dove Award winner

BJ Thomas, a five time Grammy and two time Dove Award winner, will be live at The Stafford Centre on July 23 produced by CMH Productions. The Triumphs will also make a special appearance. Thomas is celebrating a half a century in music and 47 years since his first gold selling hit on Scepter Records. He has had 15 Top 40 Pop/Rock Hits and 10 Top 40 Country Chart Hits. He is also included in Billboard’s Top 50 most played artists over the past 50 years. Join BJ Thomas with special guests The Triumphs for a memorable night at The Stafford Centre on July 23 at 8 pm. The Stafford Centre is located 15 minutes west of the Galleria on Highway 59 exit Murphy Road. Tickets are available at the box office at 281208-6900 or

MONDAY, AUGUST 24 16th annual Back to School Scramble golf tournament

Plan now to golf fore education in the Fort Bend Education Foundation’s 16th annual Back to School Scramble golf tournament scheduled for Monday, Aug. 24, at Sweetwater Country Club. Schlumberger is presenting the Back to School Scramble, chaired by Claude Leatherwood. Lunch is provided by Chick-fil-A. Your entry fee includes lunch, golf and cart, beverages, dinner reception and special gifts. Sponsorship opportunities are available, along with Foursome Teams $1,000 and individual entries $275. The Education Foundation touches every school in Fort Bend ISD. Since its inception, the Education Foundation has awarded over $4 million through its grants to teachers and schools. These grants enable teachers to provide innovative classroom projects for which tax dollars are not available and they help new teachers with zero years teaching experience to outfit their new classrooms. Your participation in the annual Back

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: 281-277-4989, Lisa: 281710-7171, Briana:

12 weeks of training for citizens

Salt and Light presenting 12 weeks of training for citizens to impact our culture each Thursdays, 6 pm in RM200 of West Campus of Sugar Creek Baptist Church, 13303 SW Fwy, Sugar Land. info:

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 MIKE BAKER, 281-770-0060,

Fort Bend Business Network International

Fort Bend Business Network International meets every Thursday, 7 am, Sweetwater Country Club. This is a great way to increase your business and f ind other small business resources. Please contact Jeanne Gregory, or 713-854-0923.

Southern Painting Residential Repaint Specialists BILL COOK ~ Owner


In Vitro Fertilization

The large majority of children created have died or are frozen indefinitely.

NaPro Technology has higher success rates than IVF.

For more, see

RAMIRO RODRIGUEZ • AUTO • HOME INSURANCE • BUSINESS An Independent Agency Working For You – NOT The Insurance Company.


BASHANS PAINTING & HOME REPAIR Commercial / Residential

20 Years Experience


Fully Insured Reference Available

281.731.3383 - Cell


CARMEN MUNOZ 5819 Highway 6 • Suite 120 Missouri City, Texas 77459




Come try the REAL MEXICAN Taste




281-277-0338 13134 Dairy Ashford, Ste. 600 Sugar Land, Texas 77478

+tax and receive a free ice tea or a fountain drink. (Expires July 31,2015 • 1 coupon per person)

Hours: MON-FRI 6am - 4pm SATURDAY 7am - 4pm

PAGE 14 H Wednesday, June 17, 2015



Donors give blood, save lives at Sugar Land American Legion Fort Bend County residents gathered to give blood, plasma and the gift of life at a blood donor event at the American Legion Post 942 hall in old Sugar Land on Sunday, June 7, 2015. “My husband was injured in a terrible accident many years ago,” said Sugar Land resident Rebecca Rodriguez, explaining why she was a donor that day. “His arm was almost severed while working with an augur, and he had to be life flighted to Houston. It was only because of blood donors that his arm -and his life -- were saved,” said Rodriguez. “It’s a shame that the only time most people give blood is when they have been through something like that instead of all the time,” she said. Blood technicians from Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center were present at the hall all Sunday afternoon to take blood from generous donors, who were sent home with small gifts from area businesses,

along with juice, crackers and smiles as thanks for the gift of life to fellow Houstonians. Joe Longoria, spokesperson for American Legion Post 942 in Sugar Land organized the event. The need for the gift of blood became clear to Longoria from personal experience. “About 15 years ago my son suffered from leukemia,” said Longoria, and his son needed a number of organ transplants. “Eventually, I had to take him for blood transfusions and there I witnessed the frustration of a lot people suffering while waiting for blood,” he said. “After that, I vowed I would do everything I could to be sure there was blood in hospitals and surgery units.” Longoria, a U.S. military veteran and a member of American Legion Post 942 in Sugar Land, now organizes blood drives throughout the Houston area in memory of his late son. He says this will be the first of many future blood drives through the local Amer-

Father’s Day

Come celebrate with us and reserve your table today!

The largest Japanese Restaurant in the Stafford Area

ican Legion post. The American Legion is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization maintained by its grassroots involvement in American life. Legionnaires’ obligation to the community, state and nation provides an honest voice for veterans in Washington. The American Legion stands behind the issues most important to the nation’s veterans’ community and provides loving support to fellow Americans.

FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL (Reg. up to $33)


Choice of any appetizer, entree, and beer or house wine. (Limit 1 combo per table, exclude Asahi Black)

Stafford MSD increases teacher pay The starting pay for Stafford MSD teachers has increased to $49,500 – a $1,310 upgrade, after the SMSD board of trustees unanimously approved the raise on Monday night. The rest of the Pay Increase column is calculated by taking the difference between years of experience or steps from one year to the next. For example, Step 0 in 20142015 and Step 1 in 2015-2016 is $49,900 – $48,190 = $1,710 (raise) and a percent increase

of 3.5%. The model Stafford MSD used for the 2015-16 Teacher Salary Schedule was titled “Closing The Gap”. Working with the SMSD School Board, Dr. Robert Bostic, Superintendent and Daniel Flores, CFO began to plan for the 2015-16 school year. The Board and administration knew something needed to be done about the sag in the current 2014-15 Teacher Salary Schedule between the years

of experience of 4 to 15. The Board and administration felt that Stafford MSD was losing teachers with prime experience due to more competitive salaries in surrounding school districts. For this reason, the Approved Teacher Salary Schedule emphasizes a pay increase of 5% or greater for teachers with years of experience between 4 to 15. Teachers with 25 years or more of experience will receive a $1,000 increase.


Happy Hour 3p.m-6p.m. HAPPY HOURS Mon. -Fri. 3p.m - 7p.m. • Sat. - Sun. ALL DAY Sun.- Thurs.11 a.m.- 10 p.m. • Fri. - Sat. 11 a.m.- 11 p.m. Sun. - Thurs.11 a.m. - 10 p.m. • Fri. - Sat. 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. AskSouthwest about our private room seating from 20-150. 12755 Freeway • Stafford, Texas 77477 12755 Southwest Freeway • Stafford,Texas 77477

281-240-8388 •

Tracy Byrd headlines 2015 Fort Bend Fair entertainment Regardless of your musical tastes, there’s a good chance that the Fort Bend Fair & Rodeo, 4310 Hwy. 36 South, will have something that you’ll enjoy. Red Dirt legend Stoney Larue will kick off the Fair on Sept. 25, while Texas artist Jon Pardi will follow on

Ask about our Tatami room and our private room seating from 20-150.

Sept. 26. on Oct. 3. Sept. 27 is “Go Tejano Day” Rounding out the festival with several different artists will be country traditionalist performing. Daryle Singletary on Oct. 4. On Oct. 2, Tracy Byrd – FAIR GATE a country star in the 1990s ADMISSION PRICES and an East Texas native, Adults – $15 at the will perform. Houston native gate or $12 online and Texas Country stalwart Children 6-11 – $5 Cory Morrow takes the stage Children 5 & under are free



CAR SALES $49,950








2014 RAM 1500 SLT QUAD CAB 2WD


2WD, 5.5L V8 DOHC 32V, 7-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Black, Interior: Charcoal

4WD, 4.4L V8 DOHC 32V, 6-Speed Automatic, Exterior: White, Interior: Charcoal

2WD, 5.7L V8 OHV 16V, 6-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Grey, Interior: Grey

2WD, 3.5L V6 DOHC 24V, 6-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Black, Interior: Grey

38,776 Miles

49,398 Miles


16,610 Miles


13,548 Miles




2011 BMW 3-SERIES 335I



2WD, 3.5L V6 DOHC 24V, 7-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Black, Interior: Black

2WD, 3.0L L6 DOHC 24V, 6-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Grey, Interior: Grey

2WD, 2.5L L4 DOHC 16V, 6-Speed Automatic Exterior: Red, Interior: Black

2WD,2.5L V6 24V DOHC, 6-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Black, Interior: Grey

78,439 Miles

70,523 Miles

73,635 Miles

$20,495 Sam




W. Fuqua St.


LTW Tollwa y AY 8

Anderson Rd.

For t


dP ark


y (T ollr




15,482 Miles

2WD, 3.6L V6 SOHC 24V, 5-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Red, Interior: Beige

2WD, 2.4L L4 DOHC 16V FFV, 6-Speed Automatic, Exterior: Red, Interior: Grey

26,357 Miles



50,786 Miles

S. P ost



CAR SALES Sam Houston Tollway


15215 S. POST OAK RD. HOUSTON, TX 77053

June 17, 2015 - Fort Bend Community Newspaper  

Fort Bend Countywide Newspaper. Local community, weekly newspaper covering Sugar Land, Stafford, Katy, Missouri City, Richmond and Rosenberg...

June 17, 2015 - Fort Bend Community Newspaper  

Fort Bend Countywide Newspaper. Local community, weekly newspaper covering Sugar Land, Stafford, Katy, Missouri City, Richmond and Rosenberg...