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Please take a moment to visit the neighborhood’s new website located at www.settlersvillagehoa. com. The Board is very interested in any and all feedback. The Board wishes to extend a special thanks and deep appreciation for our former Board members. Pam Brandenburg and Ron Anderson had worked hard to make this a really great neighborhood. Their contributions will be sorely missed. By the time we publish, we will have begun 2013. The Board wishes to extend to its residents a wish for a happy and prosperous New Year!!! A Board of Directors meeting was held November 5, 2012, 6:30 PM at the little room by the Pool, 6700 Setters Village Drive, Katy and TX. 77449. Board Members in attendance were Kim Rogers, Kathy Cones, Steve Breard and Tulibelle Igartua-Martinez. Representing Planned Community Management (PCMI) was Dolores Sue. With a quorum present, President Rogers called the meeting to order at 6:35 PM. Election of Officers The Board unanimously agreed that the officers for the next 12 months will be as follows: Kim Rogers - President Rick Davenport - Vice President Steve Breard - Secretary/Treasurer Director Duties Flag Maintenance - Tulibelle Igartua-Martinez Architectural Control Chairperson - Rick Davenport Deed Restriction Committee - Kathy Cones and Tulibelle Igartua-Martinez Web Site Administrator - Steve Breard and Kim Rogers Articles for Newsletter - Steve Breard Collection Chairperson - Steve Breard
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h e r i t a g e t e x a s . c o m There were no homeowners present. The minutes of the meetings held September 19, 2012 and October 22, 2012 were reviewed. A motion was made, seconded and unanimously agreed to accept the minutes as written. Steve Breard informed the Board the marquis sign for the FM 529 entrance was ordered and should be received in the next week to ten (10) days. The Board discussed the letters that were purchased for the old marquis sign. For the present time it was agreed to store them in the little room by the pool. The Whitwell sign has now been replaced.
Mr. Breard reported that he had instructed PCMI to contact the association to obtain a loan in the amount of $600,000 to expedite the installation of the pool and building. The association’s bank stated the amount most they could loan the association was $240,000. The loan would be amortized over a seven (7) year period at a rate of 6.75% interest. Mr. Breard will obtain the name of another lender and have PCMI contact them and see if they can loan more money at a better rate.
wells are under the design phase. The smell is coming from the old pumps because the screw pump is not working and in order to not increase rates and taxes the Municipal utility District Board agreed not to correct the that problem until a new well can be dug and is operational. At 7:35 PM time, the Board adjourned. The Board of Directors (“Board”) of Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 105 (“District”) met at 1825 North Mason Road, Katy, Harris County, Texas 77449 on October 15, 2012 in accordance with the duly posted notice of said meeting, with a quorum of Directors present, as follows: Steve Breard - President Charles LaConti - Vice President Stanley Craig - Assistant Vice President Pamela Brandenburg - Assistant Secretary Kathy Cones - Secretary
(Addendum To The Pool Project: Because the conditions for obtaining a loan to replace the pool have deteriorated so badly, the Board is going to look at investing money to extend the pool’s life and explore proceeding with building replacement as the first part of the overall project.)
Also present were Bob Ideus, Greg Dubiel, Gary Hastings, Jim Vangorder, Jim Eggleton, Michael Keefe, Jason Johnson, Delea Cooper, Perry Miller and G. Taylor Goodall, Jr. The meeting was called to order and declared open for such business as might regularly come before it.
The Board tentatively set the next meeting for Monday, February 6, 2013 at 6:30 PM at the little room by the pool. The Board unanimously agreed to have a meeting on December 7th or 8th to pick the winners of the holiday decorating in the community. The prizes will be $100 for first prize, $50 for second prize and $325 to the third place winner.
The minutes of the meeting held on September 17, 2012 were presented, reviewed and approved as presented. Michael Keefe presented a tax assessor/collector’s report. 2012 taxes are 0% collected. Mr. Keefe will present the SPA Report at a later date. After further review and discussion, the Board approved the tax assessor/ collector’s report as presented and authorized issuance of the checks listed thereon. The Board also reviewed the bookkeeper’s report and after payment of bills at this meeting, the general fund balance will stand at $694,636.30. The capital projects fund balance
Municipal Utility District Mr. Breard reported there is one well out for current bid and as soon as the contractor is chosen the well will be dug. The other two
is $2,907,006.49. The debt service fund balance is $2,961,984.96. The Board approved the bookkeeper’s report as presented and authorized issuance of the checks listed thereon. The tax assessor-collector confirmed that his offtce had published notice of the District’s intent to hold a public hearing and set the 2012 tax rate at this meeting. Accordingly, the Board called a public hearing on the District’s proposed 2012 tax rate. It appeared that the Harris County Appraisal District had heretofore prepared and certified to the District’s tax assessor-collector the final 2012 appraisal roll of the District. The Board considered the amount of taxes to be raised based on said valuation in order to meet debt service requirements on the District’s outstanding bonds and for maintenance purposes. The Board passed and adopted the attached Order accepting the final appraisal roll and setting a tax rate of $0.78 for each $100 of assessed valuation shown on such appraisal roll for the purpose of debt service and a rate of $0.15 per $100 valuation for maintenance purposes. The Board reviewed the operator’s report. The District has 2,339 connections. Problems regarding illegal connections to the District’s system were discussed and it was requested that the operators turn over any evidence regarding illegal connections to local law enforcement and Mr. Goodall’s office. The operators were reminded to carefully document any illegal connections with copious notes and detailed pictures. The operator then submitted a list of delinquent accounts to the Board for termination of utility service and stated that the accounts in question have been given written notification of the opportunity to appear, either in person or in writing, at the Board meeting to contest, explain or correct the charges, services or disconnection. The operator noted that the accounts listed had neither attended today’s meeting nor contacted the operator’s office or the District to contest or explain the charges. After discussion, the Board unanimously authorized the District operator to proceed with termination of the utility service pursuant to the provisions of the District’s Rate Order and approved the operator’s report as presented. Jason Johnson and Delea Cooper presented an engineer’s report. Final plans for the 105/165 interconnect will be submitted for approval this week. The engineers will meet with City officials within one week to consider the Water Well No. 4 design and Layne has mobilized on site to begin inspection of the arsenic removal system at ‘Water Plant No. 2. Construction of the storm water quality feature at Eagle Ranch detention basin is 80% complete and the operator and engineers continue to work with Layne regarding issues with the arsenic removal system. The District will pursue all options available to it in the event any issues are deemed to be caused by improper installation or design by Layne or the contractor. The engineers are continuing coordination with Cy-Fair ISD for Lift Station No. 2 and Offsite Utilities to serve the District. Progress continues on the Jasmine Heights, Section Five and West Little York Road expansions and the Board concurred in approving the low bidder, Hassel Construction, for the utility extension along ‘West Green Boulevard to serve a future Cy-Fair school campus. The Harris County Municipal Utility District (MUD) Board #105 is an independent governmental agency that is completely separate from the Settlers Village Homeowners Association (SVHOA). Its members are: Steve Breard - President Charles LaConti - Vice President Stanley Craig - Assistant Vice-President Kathy Cones - Secretary Pam Brandenburg - Assistant Secretary
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All are residents and property owners within the district. The MUD Board can be contacted via their attorney Taylor Goodall of Smith, Murdaugh, Little & Bonham at 713-652-6500. Please also remember the rules regarding personal sign postings. The placing of private signs of any type onto county owned sign poles or Centerpoint owned light poles is expressly prohibited per Texas House bill. Please do not subject yourself to the embarrassment of having your signs removed by the HOA or having a deputy come tell you that they must be removed. Jurisdiction for enforcement is shared by the Harris County JP and District courts. While the deputies have been asked to be lenient toward illegal signage, a discussion is now underway to allow the deputies to cite offenders as more than enough time has passed to allow everyone to become familiar with the new rules. Lastly, a quick reminder that Steve Breard is still collecting aluminum cans for the neighborhood with all proceeds going to the capital improvement fund for our pool. In 2010 we collected $278 and $297 in 2011. We have collected $169 so far for 2012. Please rinse and bag the cans to minimize the attraction to bugs. They can be dropped at 6642 Cove Lake. Thanks all and good luck to everyone; Settlers Village HOA
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RESIDENTIAL STATISTICS For Settlers Village (OCTOber 2012 Snapshot)
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2. Delinquency in Review October 2011 September 2012 October 2012
Total dollar delinquency for the neighborhood in October stood at $167,249.53 translating to a 4.31% increase from one year ago and a 5.15% decrease from one month ago. While the dollar delinquency translates to the equivalent of 581 delinquent properties, there are actually 155 properties (as opposed to 154 in 2011) in delinquency. 3. Deed Restriction Violations October 2011 September 2012 October 2012
170 177 186
268 228 180
As indicated earlier this year, Settlers is giving increased attention toward property upkeep and that means enforcement in the form of forced mowing and legal action is on the upswing. Property owners need to understand that keeping your yard mowed and trimmed is one of the least expensive methods to maintaining the property values in Settlers Village. And just the same as with maintenance fees, a timely action and response to violations is your obligation as a resident and/or a property owner. Ignoring a problem will not make it go away but it will make it more expensive as the lawyers become involved.
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Cypress Falls High School students (from left): Amy Cunningham, Zac Babb and Leah Lebeau won Excellent, Honorable Mention and Superior awards, respectively, at the JEA/NSPA 2012 National Convention.
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Honorable Mention Akilah Smith, Cypress Creek High School, Yearbook Copy/Caption: Clubs; Amelia Tidwell, Cypress Creek High School, Yearbook Copy/ Caption: Sports; Deanna Narveson, Cypress Creek High School, Feature Writing; Jenna Moreland, Cypress Creek High School, Newspaper News/Feature Photography; Zachary Babb, Cypress Falls High School, Sports Play-by-Play; Marieke Alsguth, Jersey Village High School, Yearbook Copy/Caption: Clubs and Matt DuBose, Jersey Village High School, Sports Writing.
CFISD students from five high schools won a variety of awards at the Journalism Education Association (JEA)/National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) 2012 National Convention in San Antonio Nov. 15th -18th.
In addition, five Cypress Lakes High School students who attended the convention received the Walsworth Publishing Company Scholarship. Only 75 students nationwide received the scholarship, which sponsors students to attend the convention.
The following students were among 679 winners nationwide to receive Superior, Excellent and Honorable Mention awards in the write-off contest:
Cypress Lakes’ scholarship winners are: Cayla Stibora, junior; Briana Ossege, sophomore; Haley Darbonne, junior; Iliana de la Fuente, junior and Skyler Chase, senior.
Superior Alex Edwards, Cy-Fair High School, Feature Writing; Peter Scales, Cy-Fair High School, Yearbook Copy/Caption: Student Life; Leah Lebeau, Cypress Falls High School, Broadcast Feature Story;
It’s the time of the year when we find ourselves setting new goals and resolutions. Our schools also have goals. And we actively look to our community to partner with us and help us meet our goals.
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January 15th - Junior Achievement Volunteer Training, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Berry Center. The purpose of Junior Achievement is to educate and inspire our students in grades K - 12 to value free enterprise, understand business and economics. January 17th - VIPS General Meeting, 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM, Berry Center. Open to all CFISD volunteers, parents, staff and community members. Get the latest information on CFISD volunteering and learn through networking! January 31 - PIE Student Mentor Training, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Berry Center. Training for adults committed to serve as a role model and friend to CFISD students. District approved mentors meet with students weekly during school hours on school campuses. Along with this two-hour training, an application and criminal background check are required.
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February 12th - PIE Student Mentor Training, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Berry Center. February 13th - Galveston Bay Training, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Berry Center. Open to all CFISD school staff, volunteers and parents. Learn how to present a science lesson to 4th grade students at your school. Students will learn about the importance of our bay and waterways and what measures can be taken to protect this life-giving estuary. February 26th - PIE Student Mentor Training, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Berry Center. February 21st - VIPS General Meeting, 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM, Berry Center. February 28th - Sooper Puppy Training, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Berry Center. Sooper Puppy is a first grade class series dealing with age appropriate life lessons, facing dilemmas and arriving at solutions by making good choices. How to register for training - Register for training by emailing the PIE office at firstname.lastname@example.org, provide your name and the name and date of the training you wish to attend. Registration is required to guarantee a seat and training materials. Adults only please.
HOPPER MIDDLE SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS TO HOPPER MIDDLE SCHOOL’S 7TH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAMS
Both A & B teams from the Hopper Huskies 7th Grade football teams went undefeated this season in their Cy-Fair zone. Great job boys, coaches and fans of Hopper Middle School!
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West Houston Girls Softball Association invites you to come join the fun! Registration is now OPEN for our Spring 2013 season. Make some new friends and enjoy the outdoors in a fun and exciting way. No experience necessary! Girls, ages 5-17, are eligible to play! Every girl makes a team and every girl plays. Registration can be completed online, in-person or by mail (visit our website for forms and dates): www.eteamz.com/whgsa. If you have questions, please feel free to email Kim Jowers at email@example.com.
Inward/Forward Basketball For College & High School Guys at Bear Creek Baptist Church
Be a part of one of our basketball leagues. Practice/Games will be on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday nights. Evaluations to help set the teams will be February 19th and 21st between the hours of 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM in our gym. You can register online at www. bearcreekchurch.tv/sports, look for Register Now area and click on Inward/Forward Basketball. We will have registration forms available in the church office and in the Student Ministry area. Practices begin the week of March 18th and the league runs through May 4th. The cost of Inward/Forward Basketball is $20. If you have questions or would like more information you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or Linda.email@example.com or contact us at 281-859-9900 and ask for Scott Denton or Linda Newhouse. Last year there was such a great response - register early.
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We would like to invite children from 4 yrs (as of Sept. 1, 2012) to 5th grade to join us as we enjoy another season of T-Ball, Kid & Coach Pitch. We look forward to teaching your children the skills and watching them enhance their abilities. Registration forms are now available in our office or you can register at www.bearcreekchurch.tv/ sports online. We will offer several evaluation days so we can check on their skills so we can even out the teams. The dates for these are February 25th, 26th and 28th, between 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM. Also, on March 2nd at 10:00 AM - 12:00 noon. It only takes a few minutes for us to run them through the drills and then we will contact each player about practices. After March 4th, we cannot guarantee a place on a team. They will practice for one hour a week on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday. Practices begin the week of March 18th and the league runs through May 18th. The cost will be $75. If you have questions or would like more information, you can email scott.denton@bcstaff. org or Linda.firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 281-859-9900 and ask for Scott Denton or Linda Newhouse. Register as soon as possible!
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Northwest Flyers Youth Track Club Registration on February 2nd
The Northwest Flyers Youth Track Club will celebrate its 26th Anniversary Season by hosting its annual free information/registration breakfast on Saturday, February 2, 2013, for all boys, girls and their parents who are interested in joining for the 2013 track season. The breakfast starts promptly at 8:30 AM at the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center Forum located at 6823 Cypresswood Dr., Spring, TX, 77379. The free breakfast is the opportunity for youth athletes to register for the club’s 2013 spring/summer track season and to meet the Northwest Flyers coaches, staff and other new and returning athletes. All new parents and athletes interested in joining the Northwest Flyers must attend. The Northwest Flyers Track Club is a youth (ages 6 -18) track club, affiliated with USA Track & Field (USATF), that provides a full program of sanctioned “track” events such as sprints, hurdles, middle distance, distance and relays and sanctioned “field” events such as long jump, triple jump, high jump, pole vault, shot put, discus and javelin. The Northwest Flyers is a member of the “Win with Integrity” program, a partnership between USATF and the American College of Sports Medicine. “Win with Integrity” brings elite track & field athletes and school-aged kids together to promote healthy lifestyles, keeping active and living with integrity through the sport of track & field. For additional information on the Northwest Flyers Track Club, please visit the team website at www.northwestflyers.org or contact Linette Roach at 281-587-8442 or email@example.com
Registration is open for fall Flag Football, Basketball, Soccer and T-Ball/Baseball leagues in Katy! i9 Sports is the #1 provider of youth sports leagues, camps and instructional clinics in the country for kids ages 3-14. We focus on fun, skills and sportsmanship with a commitment to safety. For more information, please visit www. i9sports.com or call 281-398-PLAY (7529).
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Westside Golf League
Westside Golf League is actively encouraging new members. We invite you to join us every Tuesday morning at Cinco Ranch Golf Club. Our purpose is to allow ladies of all levels to meet new friends and have fun while improving golfing skills. For more information, contact Sue Crookson at 281-392-4913 email@example.com or Yana Dommert at 281-394-2481 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our bowling event in January is a fundraising event for Texas Tech students, through Texas Tech Parent Association - Greater West Houston Chapter. Our bowling event will be held at Copperfield Bowl on Sunday, January 6th from 3-5 pm. Cost per person is $20 and includes 2 hours of bowling and shoe rental. Open to Texas Tech parents and students. RSVP is required. Visit www.texastechparents. org/group/GWH for more information.
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The Houston Metro Go Texan Committee Katy Subcommittee of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will host its annual Sparkles and Spurs Dinner, Dance and Auction at 6:30 PM, Jan. 19, 2013, at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center. Live music featuring the Al White Band will entertain guests throughout the evening. A steak dinner will be served from 6:30 to 7:30 PM. The live auction will begin at 8 PM with the silent auction closing 30 minutes after the conclusion of the live auction. Wine, beer and setups will be available for purchase at the facility. Tickets are available for $50 each or a table for eight may be purchased for $400 and all proceeds benefit the Show. In 2012, $256,000 in scholarships was awarded to Katy ISD high school students. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact event coordinator Steve Rechner at 281-395-5339 or steve. email@example.com or co-coordinator Jennifer McDowell at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Knights of Columbus Council and the Ladies Auxiliary of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church invite you to attend our 27th Charity Las Vegas Night. The event will be held on January 26, 2013, from 7:00 PM until 10:30 PM, at the church, 6646 Addicks Satsuma, in the Community Life Center.
How high can you soar with Houston Community College? The sky’s the limit with HCC’s innovative partnerships and programs: • Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering degree programs with UT-Tyler at HCC Alief • Joint Admissions with HCC and University of Houston • University of Victoria classes offered at HCC Katy • Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Competition at HCC Spring Branch • Dual credit classes offered in Katy ISD and Spring Branch ISD high school classrooms
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A prize auction will follow with fabulous items to bid on with the play money you win. Included will be a trip to Las Vegas, hotel stays, restaurant dinners, sports memorabilia, wonderful gift baskets, fantastic coupons and fabulous merchandise. We hope you will join us and promise you a fun-filled evening of Black Jack, Craps, Roulette, Poker, Slot Machines and other games. Snacks and drinks are included in the price. Bring your friends, neighbors and Uncle Joe. Tickets are only $15 per person and all proceeds will benefit local Knights of columbus Charities. For more information, please call Franklin Holub 281-463-6122 or email holub8096@sbcglobal. net. We sure hope to see you there!
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Luminaria Ceremony: At dark, the track is lined with candle-lit bags bearing the names of those who have been touched by or have lost their lives to cancer. Fight Back Ceremony: Before participants leave Relay, they make a personal commitment to help fight back against cancer in several ways. As interest in Relay for Life grew in the Houston area, the American Cancer Society began forming events in local communities and the first Cy-Fair Relay for Life committee was formed in 2004. This is our 9th year in Cy-Fair and our goal is to reach the $1 Million Dollar Mark. We are very close and only need $150,000 to meet our goal and with YOUR help, we can make this goal a reality!! 100% of our profits go to ACS to use for research and other programs. With more than 1,000 participants in last year’s Relay, we know that we can grow even bigger this year! For more information, contact Erin Kasperek below: email@example.com Phone: 713-706-5652 | Mobile: 281-732-8324 www.relayforlife.org/cyfairtx
2013 Relay For Life of Cy-Fair - Cy-Falls High School Friday, April 26, 2013 - 7:00 pm
Come join our planning committee or register your own team to help raise money for cancer in our Cy-Fair community!! The Heart of Relay: During the Relay for Life event, three ceremonies are held Survivors Lap: To start Relay, those who have survived their battle with cancer join together to walk a lap celebrating their victories over the disease.
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On Sunday, January 13 , during the 8:30 and 10:45 AM worship services as a part of the worship celebration, we will be including the Wesley Covenant Service from the United Methodist Book of Worship. The first usage of the Covenant Service by a meeting of Methodists was August 11, 1755. During the week before that event, Wesley had been encouraging the Society at Spitalfields to use the covenant as a “means of increasing serious religion which had been frequently practiced by our forefathers and attended with eminent blessing.” Several mornings before he actually introduced the liturgy, Wesley explained it again, talking about the manner of doing the covenant. Then on Friday, August 11th, Wesley “recited the tenor of the covenant proposed, in the words of that blessed man, Richard Alleine.” About 1800 people arose and gave testimony of their assent. “Such a night I scarce ever saw before. Surely the fruit of it shall remain forever.” Wesley’s motivation for using the service in 1755 came from two sources: (1) He had recently read Gillies’ Historical Collections which spoke of a solemn renewing of a covenant in Massachusetts in 1680 and (2) Richard Alleine (161181) whose influence had touched Wesley’s paternal grandparents and whose covenant had been used in Wesley’s family at Epworth. The use of this service proved so successful that it was used frequently, especially on New Year’s Day or the first Sunday in the New Year. Mark your calendars and make plans to join us for this special service. th
Every Tuesday, 10:00 AM Limited Seating CAC is dedicated to helping, networking, educating and empowering those who still believe in the American dream. We believe that God has a job for you somewhere and it will take networking power to get the job. Information is power. It is all about job networking and helping one another. Come and network with others between jobs. Located at 5930 Hwy. 6 N., Suite F-1, Houston, TX 77084, 281-8042520, Fax 281-741-1686.
BEAR CREEK Umc - ATTENTION: CAREGIVERS OF ELDERLY PERSONS
Did you know that on the second Friday of each month Bear Creek United Methodist Church provides a caring, Christian atmosphere for your loved one? The program, scheduled from 10 AM to 1:30 PM. This gathering provides free time for caregivers and includes crafts, chair exercises, word games, entertainment, lunch and more. Caregivers are also welcome to stay and join the fun. For more information or to register, please call the church office at 281-463-2330. Bear Creek United Methodist Church is located at 16000 Rippling Water Drive, near North Hwy. 6 and Kieth Harrow.
Epiphany Lutheran Church Food Pantry
Epiphany Lutheran Church, located at 14423 West Road Houston 77041, is pleased to announce the opening of a Food Pantry for zip code area 77041. The food pantry is open the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 9 AM - noon. An application process
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Fisher Price playhouse w/ swingset, speedy-slide, excellent condition, $345. 305-582-1322. Full size pool table in excellent condition. Also has a top you can lay on top to play table tennis. Paid $2,000, sell for $1,000. 832-217-5208. Crib, $90, like new; White GE Hotpoint, 17 cubic refrigerator, with icemaker, top freezer, $175; Amana Dish Washer $150; early 19th century antique American fall front desk, $3800 OBO; antique American federal gaming table, fold top with swing leg, $2950 OBO. Call 281-550-0110.
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1998 BMW 750IL: Moonroof, V8, all possible options, 138K miles, unusually good condition, $4,200. 281-682-7868. 2002 Volvo S60 4-door sedan: black, moonroof, leather, all possible options, fantastic condition, $4,200. 281-682-7868. 2004 Volvo S60 SUV: moonroof, leather, all possible options, fantastic condition, $6,200. 281-682-7868. Hooker super comp headers for 94 – 95 Camaro 350 LT-1, $400 OBO. Call 281-861-8023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 2009 Saturn Vue XE - 4 Door, white, FWD, 2.4 Liter, 2 Wheel Drive, 45K miles, clean car fax. One owner, excellent condition, $14,500. Call 281-463-1175.
Nordic Track Skier, an American classic exerciser for 34 years! Its smooth natural motioning delivers an all-body, cardio workout that is easy on the knees and back. Has several resistance levels for the arms and legs to vary the workout. No motor to break down, will last indefinitely. $225 OBO. 281-463-6989.
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Ashley leather, double reclining loveseat, like new, $850 OBO; Yamaha portable grand keyboard w/bench seat & stand, barely used, $380 OBO; Dell v313 all-in-one wireless printer, $50; Lexmark 6150 all-in-one printer, $40; 7.5’ prelit Christmas tree, $25; Mission style computer desk w/hutch, $35; Ironman inversion table, brand new, $100 OBO. Call 281-861-8023 or email email@example.com.
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Now hiring security officers, part time/full time. No experience necessary. Retirees welcome. All shifts available. Accepting applications Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 11 AM. Located at 1035 Dairy Ashford, Suite 225, Houston, Texas 77079. Phone: 281-7591010.
Martial Arts USA is hiring qualified Tae Kwon Do Black Belts with WTF certification, over 18 years of age, background checks and interviews will be conducted. Contact Master Shin or Master An at 281-463-9333 or email YoungAn@cyfairtkd.com. Location, 17121 West Rd. Suite 200 Houston TX 77095.
The Pediatric Dentist of Katy is looking for a highly motivated Registered Dental Assistant. Our Pediatric Dental practice is located at 24022 Cinco Village Center Blvd., Suite 210 in Katy. Our office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 5 PM, with lunch from 12-1 PM. On Fridays we are open from 7:30 AM to 3 PM. Please bring by your resume in person.
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About Hair Salon and Day Spa is seeking experienced stylists. Apply in person 15422 FM 529, Houston, TX 77095. Now Hiring! Do you love children? Small private preschool is now accepting applications. Must be dependable and energetic. Will train. Must have copy of High School Diploma or GED and copy of Social Security Card. Apply in person to 16618 Clay Road, Suite 400. 281656-2273.
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Housekeepers needed. Great hours for mom’s with school age children. 281-861-0394. Position available for an experienced hair stylist with a great attitude and good clientele. Benefits available. Call Images Hair Studio at 281256-2286. Dental Assistant needed, at least 2 years of experience, must be state licensed. 281-550-0900. Dental assistant position available. F/T, nonsmoker, experienced preferred, knowledge of Dentrix software and bilingual a plus. Must be state licensed; Front desk receptionist, bilingual preferred. Fax resume to: 281-861-7174. Or call 281-861-7500. Applications being accepted at Salon Picasso Studios. Lease/ commission. 281-861-9911. Residential Electrician(s): Journeyman or helper/apprentice. Have experience, references & contact info. ready, beginners last employment info. Send resume to email@example.com.
Free to loving home: Mature Chihuahua needs a mature human, she is 10 yrs. old with a lot of spunk yet. Please, no other dogs or young children. Serious inquiries only. 281-859-7069.
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FOUND: 8GB SanDisk, looks like a disk that you would use in a camera and has files with pictures of a proposal, engagement photos and wedding photos.The wedding photos look like the wedding was up north. Call 713-545-8245.
Timeshare: rent a lovely condo for a full week in Hawaii. Sleeps 4, fully stocked kitchen. What else needs to be said... It’s Hawaii! $795. For information contact Cheryl at 281-855-7427. Las Vegas Timeshare - On the Strip near the airport, sleeps 4, full kitchen, dining & living; jacuzzi in room, 2 TV’s/2 Phones, 2 pools outside building, fitness room, washer/dryer/safe in room, 4 days $355 - 7 days $500. No added fees. Cheryl 281-543-2409. Vacation home for rent: Hill country vacation home, Cedar Creek Cabin, new 2/2 with loft, fully furnished, huge front porch, satellite TV, beautiful views, abundant wildlife, Frio River at Concan near Garner State Park, sleeps 8. Call 866-7CON-CAN or go to www.frioman.com for more information.
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