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GRAYSON LAKES 4 TH OF JULY PARADE & FAMILY SPLASH DAY Please join us on Thursday, July 4th at 9:00 AM for the Grayson Lakes Annual 4th of July Parade! All residents are welcome to walk or ride in the parade and are encouraged to decorate and enter their cars, convertibles, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts and even parade floats. Feel free to advertise your local business or organization on your vehicle and to throw out candy or other goodies to spectators. Children are asked to decorate their bikes, scooters, wagons and strollers with red, white and blue patriotic decorations. There will be prizes awarded for the best decorations in the following categories: Bikes/Scooters, Wagons/Strollers and Motorized Vehicles/Floats. If you are walking or riding in the parade, please meet at the Clubhouse by 8:30 AM for line up. The parade route will start and end at the Clubhouse on Broken Branch. From the Clubhouse, we will turn left onto Grayson Lakes Blvd. and continue on past the tennis courts, turning left onto Lake Grayson Dr., left again onto Anchor Lake Ln. and finally left once more back onto Grayson Lakes Blvd., where we will head back to the Clubhouse. This 1.6 mile route has been setup to include a large majority of the neighborhood, so please come out to watch and support your fellow residents, especially the children who have worked so hard decorating their bikes and scooters!
The parade will be immediately followed with a flag raising ceremony brought to you by our local Boy Scouts Troop 230! The ceremony will take place directly in front of the Clubhouse. This year we will also be hosting a Family Splash Day that will take place after the parade and flag raising ceremony. The Splash Day festivities are scheduled from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Grayson Lakes pool and will include a Slip N’ Slide Inflatable, Sponge Ball Water Play Area, Bubble Fun Area, Watermelon Eating Contest and lots of family fun by the pool! Hotdogs, chips, watermelon and water will be served throughout the day, but please feel free to bring your own lunch, snacks and drinks. No glass please. This year’s Grayson Lakes 4th of July Parade and Family Splash Day is going to be filled with fun for the whole family. Please come out to celebrate our nation’s birthday with your friends and neighbors!
GRAYSON LAKES FLOWERS In May of this year, some residents asked why the yellow pansies were being pulled out while they were still attractive. The short answer is that the summer planting needed to be installed so the new plants would have time to become established before the heat of the summer. Planting too late leads to significant plant loss. Residents are asked to recognize that these decisions are in the hands of professionals and are monitored by the Landscape Committee, which includes a Master Gardener. As a result of this year’s mild spring, the pansies were in unusually good shape when they were removed. Why do we have flowers at all? “Seasonal Color” is a standard amenity for Master Planned communities
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in our area west of Houston. Since maintenance of property values is a primary function of your Homeowner’s Association, it is important that we provide the same quality of life as our nearby “competition.” The Grayson Lakes 2013 budget for Grounds Keeping comes to $375.85 per household. Our latest information from a large neighboring community shows they had a budget for landscaping in 2011 that came to $367.87 per household. We consider this a favorable comparison given the fact that this competitor is much larger, with greater efficiency of scale. However, your Board will continue to work to keep costs as low as possible while maintaining the quality of Grayson Lakes as a very desirable community.
SIGNAGE VOLUNTEER FOUND! Grayson Lakes has found a volunteer willing to change out the signs in our community to notify residents of meetings and special events. A big thank you goes to Patton Mann, student at Seven Lakes High School, for volunteering. Students interested in volunteering for community events should contact Donna Medeirios at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIREWORKS IN GRAYSON LAKES Fireworks are strictly prohibited in Grayson Lakes by our Governing Documents.* While your Board doesn’t want to reduce your entertainment on such a wonderful holiday, we politely request that you respect your neighbors and refrain from the use of fireworks within the community. Fireworks are extremely messy and hard to completely clean up, which detracts from the overall appearance of the community for prospective buyers. Additionally, many residents will need to go to work the following day and don’t appreciate the loud noises caused by fireworks so late into the evening.
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Ry Reid, the new manager for Grayson Lakes, is a member of the Community Associations Institute and has directed us to information C.A.I. provides to the public. The following is extracted, without change, from the C.A.I. publication “Rights and Responsibilities for Better Communities, Principles for Homeowners and Community Leaders.” This month, the topic is the homeowner’s rights and responsibilities. Next month, the topic will be rights and responsibilities of community leaders. “Perhaps the greatest achievement for any association is creating and sustaining a sense of community among residents and leaders. This goal is best achieved when homeowners, non-owner residents and association leaders recognize and embrace their rights and responsibilities. It was with this goal in mind that C.A.I. developed Rights and Responsibilities for Better Communities. These principles can serve as an impor-
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2. Maintain their property according to established standards. 3. Treat association leaders honestly and with respect. 4. Vote in community elections and on other issues. 5. Pay association assessments and charges on time. 6. Contact association leaders or managers, if necessary, to discuss financial obligations and alternative payment arrangements. 7. Request reconsideration of material decisions that personally affect them. 8. Provide current contact information to association leaders or managers to help ensure they receive information from the community. 9. Ensure that those who reside on their property (e.g., tenants, relatives and friends) adhere to all rules and regulations.”
GRAYSON LAKES COMMUNITY POOL The Grayson Lakes Community Pool is open between March 1st and Octost ber 31 to all residents and their guests from the hours of 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM Tuesday through Sunday. Note that the pool is now closed on Mondays with the exception of Memorial Day and Labor Day. Effective May 2013, heavy cleaning day was changed from Tuesdays to Mondays in an attempt to improve the cleanliness of the pool
GRAYSON LAKES POOL RULES HIGHLIGHTS: • Residents are allowed 4 guests per household and guests are to be accompanied by a resident 18 or older. • All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult (18 or older). • No food, drinks or gum are allowed in the pool. • No pets are allowed in the pool area. • Furniture does not belong in the pool and can cause damage to the pool and the furniture itself if misused. • The pool and pool area are cleaned twice a week. Please help maintain the facilities so that it can be enjoyed by all our residents. A pool access card is required to enter the pool. If you do not have a pool access card please contact Ry Reid at ry@ sterlingasi.com or 832-678-4500.
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Meetings of the Grayson Lakes Board of Directors are held the second Wednesday of every month except December. The meetings are held in the Recreation Center and start at 6:30 PM. The agenda for the upcoming meeting will be posted on the Recreation Center door no later than 72 hours prior to the meeting. Meeting notices will also be emailed to residents who have provided
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Residents wishing to observe need only show up. Residents wishing to speak are asked to inform the Management Company at firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the agenda. Please do this no later than 8 days before the meeting since agendas are prepared a week in advance. If you will indicate the nature of your business beforehand, it will give the Management Company and your Board a chance to prepare for questions that might come up. Please be advised, it is your Board’s practice to limit initial comments from residents to 5 minutes, so plan accordingly.
GRAYSON LAKES BOOK CLUB WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS If you like to read books and want to meet other ladies in our neighborhood, you will enjoy the Grayson Lakes Book Club. Following social time and refreshments, we discuss the novel or nonfiction book selected for the month. Meetings are held in members’ homes at 7 PM the fourth Wednesday of the month (except in November and December). Visit, then just attend a few times and you will be considered part of the group. For more information concerning the books and the locations for upcoming meetings, contact Jean Bays 281-394-2156 or email email@example.com.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE The Grayson Lakes Community-Wide Garage Sale is scheduled for Saturday, September 21st from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. There will not be a central location for the event. Each sale will be conducted on the individual homeowners property. All Participants must register in advance - registration information to follow at a later date. There is a $10 fee to participate. This fee is used to cover advertising and any excess goes to the support of community events.
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Individual garage sales are prohibited in Grayson Lakes, so you won’t want to miss our annual community-wide garage sale day!
TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS If you are between 12 and 18 and would like to be added to the teenage job seeker’s list, please fill out the form in the newsletter with your name, age, birthdate (mon. & yr.), phone number, (one only) year you will graduate (or grade presently in) and the name of your subdivision. Check the list of jobs you want on your form. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or mail to Krenek Printing, 7102 Glen Chase Ct., Houston, TX 77095. Must have parent(s) permission. CODE KEY: B - BABYSITTING, CPR - CPR CERT., FAC - FIRST AID CERT., RCC - RED CROSS CERT., SS - SAFE SITTER, SL - SWIM LESSONS, PP - PET/PLANT SITTER, P - PET CARE ONLY, H - HOUSE CARE, L - LAWN CARE, C- CAR CARE/DETAILING, T - TUTORING
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GRAYSON LAKES ARCHITECTURAL MODIFICATION REQUEST FORM Owner’s Name __________________________ Phone (H) _______________ (W)_____________________ Address ___________________________________ Lot___________ Block___________ Section_________ Email _________________________________________________________________________ NO SUBMISSIONS WILL BE APPROVED UNLESS THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE INCLUDED: Sketches; site plan (survey) showing house, lot lines, dimensions and easements; elevations (including side views) showing dimensions and photos sufficient to describe the project in detail. For any exterior painting requests, a photo of the brick must be included with this application. Should you have any questions, please call Ry Reid at Sterling Association Services Inc.
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE THE ALTERATION OR IMPROVEMENT WHICH YOU PROPOSE:
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______ Side of house_______ Front of house________ Back of house_______Roof of house_______ Patio _______ Garage_______ ______ Other (Describe) _____________________________________________________________________ Materials Necessary for Proposed Improvement (check):
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Mail, Fax or Email Completed Form To: Ry Reid, Sterling Association Services, Inc. P.O. Box 38113; Houston, TX 77238 Phone: 832-678-4500, Fax 281-598-4487 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Note: Submissions must be received 5 days prior to the date of the regularly scheduled meetings to be placed on that months agenda. Submissions that are on the meeting agenda will be reviewed the night of the meeting. All other submissions will be reviewed within 30 days of confirmed receipt. The regularly scheduled ARC meetings are held on the (2nd) Thursday of each month (Except December). If you are requesting to install a pool, dock, or any permanent structure you are required to submit a deposit of $700.00 check or money order made payable to the Grayson Lakes Community Association, which must accompany this application. Prior to approval, the Grayson Lakes Community Association may insist upon a larger deposit at its discretion. The deposit is to cover damage to the common open space, landscape reserves or public right-of-ways maintained by the Grayson Lakes Community Association, and unapproved changes not submitted. The deposit check or money order will be deposited by the Association’s management office. The Association’s management company will return the deposit, less deductions for damages or non compliance within thirty (30) days from the date you notify Sterling ASI the job is complete and schedule an inspection with an Agent for the Association. There will be no interest paid on the money deposited. The $700.00 deposit is absolutely required. Failure to attach the check or money order may result in a denial of the application.
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4TH OF JULY QUIZ 1. Do you remember why the United States Flag has 13 stripes and how many stars there are? 2. Let’s see if you remember a little something from history class. 3. What are the colors of the United States Flag? 4. What do the colors represent? 5. How many stripes are there on the United States Flag? 6. Why 13? 7. How many stars are there on the flag? 8. What is the 4th of July? 9. Independence from whom?
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Please respect other resident’s right to walk the common area ground without fear of attack from an unleashed dog. Laws are written to ensure that owned animals are confined to their property or kept on a leash to free a community of unrestrained and free-roaming animals. Although most dog bites occur on the property where the dog lives, unrestrained or free-roaming dogs do pose a substantial threat to the public. In addition, unrestrained animals are at increased risk of being bitten by rabies infected wildlife. Enforcement of restraint laws is essential in enhancing the animal control program’s efforts to reduce the risk of rabies in our community. LICENSING OF DOGS AND CATS The primary benefit of licensing animals is identification, should that animal become lost. Licensing also: • Ensures that rabies vaccination are current. • Allows for quick identification in case of a bite incident. • Provides revenue to offset the administration costs of the animal control program. VACCINATION Rabies vaccinations are a prerequisite for licensing dogs and cats because they are an important control measure for the public health threat of rabies. In addition to protecting pets, rabies vaccinations provide a barrier between infected wild animals and humans.
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FORT BEND MASTER GARDENERS For information on Ft. Bend Master Gardeners or lists of events, visit www.fbmg.com or call the Master’s Gardener’s Hotline at 281-341-7068. Anyone with an interest in gardening is encouraged to attend our events.
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SUGAR LAND GARDEN CLUB Sugar Land Garden Club meets at the Sugar Land Community Center, 226 Matlage Way, Sugar Land 77478. For more information visit www.sugarlandgardenclub.org or call 281491-1621. Sugar Land Garden Club was established in 1932 and is one of the largest garden clubs in Texas. Membership is open to all.
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Are you interested in meeting your local elected officials? Would you like to know how Congress is dealing with “hot” items during this session? Contact Susan at 281-633-2277 or BurgerBizInc@aol.com for information on our group.
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KEEP KIDS CONNECTED ALUMINUM CAN RECYCLING COLLECTION Keep Kids Connected currently has a program called “Cans for a Cure” where aluminum beverage cans are collected and recycled and the proceeds are used to purchase computers and for pediatric cancer research.
SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL FFA SPORTING CLAYS TOURNAMENT The Booster Club for the Seven Lakes High School FFA Chapter is hosting a Sporting Clays Tournament on Friday, September 20, 2013, at Westside Sporting Grounds. Check-in starts at 7:30 AM. Shooting starts at 9:00 AM. Lunch will be provided. The entry fee is $125 per person or $625 per five-man team. Registration includes 100 sporting clay targets and ammunition (12 & 20 gauge). There are also opportunities for individuals or companies to sponsor the event. For information, email email@example.com or call 281-395-5718. Information is also available at www.slhsffasportingclays.com. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Remember - Every 2nd Saturday from 9 AM - 12 PM at Tradition Bank 550 Pin Oak, Katy 77494. If possible, please remove the tabs and put them in a separate Ziploc bags, as we donate the tabs to the Ronald McDonald House in downtown Houston. Keep Kids Connected is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Organization through the generous donations of our patrons and sponsors, we are working with hospitals and doctors to provide Netbook computers to children with cancer or other life-threatening illnesses. For more information, contact Keep Kids Connected at: P.O. Box 1127, Katy, TX 77492 or firstname.lastname@example.org Potential computer recipients can check eligibility requirements and download an application at www.keepkidsconnected.org
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The University of Texas at Tyler will open the Houston Engineering Center in partnership with Houston Community College. Starting fall 2013, the center will be located at HCC’s Alief Campus, 2811 Hayes Road. UT Tyler will begin offering Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Bachelor Degrees and plans to develop a Civil Engineering program in the future. Visit hccs.edu/engineering or email email@example.com
The University of Houston System (UHS) and Houston Community College Northwest (HCC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to expand higher education opportunities in the Katy/West Houston area. Through a partnership that includes using existing facilities at UHS at Cinco Ranch and HCC-Katy, the MOU will result in an increase of academic programs offered by UHS and HCC-Northwest in West Houston. Visit northwest.hccs.edu
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Tickets are available for $50 each and all proceeds benefit the 2014 Show. Ticket price includes $2,500 in chips for gaming tables, pasta dinner and door prize entry. Additional chips, reserved seating for Texas Hold-em tables and reserved seating at dinner tables may be purchases at an additional cost. 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 Terry Heiner at 713203-3399 or co-coordinator Deanne Ahre at 281-979-5791 or email at KatyMetro@yahoo.com.
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FOXFINDER by Dawn King. US Amateur Premier - August 15-31, 2013. Finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn award. William Bloor, a ‘foxfinder,’ arrives at Sam and Judith Covey’s farm to investigate a suspected contamination. He is driven by his education and beliefs to unearth and destroy an animal that threatens man’s civilization and to remain free from its influence himself. As his investigations proceed, the events that follow change the course of all their lives - forever. Dawn
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HOUSTON FAMILY ARTS CENTER ANNOUNCES 2012-2013 SEASON
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The Houston Family Arts Center is in its 8th season, an exciting line-up of plays and musicals all of which reflect the theme of “memories and traditions.” The season includes a timeless American classic, a stunning Tennessee Williams drama, three Tony Award-winning Best Musicals, the “revival” version of a musical with characters created by cartoonist Charles M. Schultz and two hilarious comedies. Patrons can purchase their tickets online at www.houstonfac. com or call the HFAC box office at 281-685-6374. Houston Family Arts Center 2012-2013 Main Stage Season Fiddler on the Roof (July 12-28, 2013 at the Berry Center)
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We have been performing in the Houston area for over 35 years. We prepare two types of shows each year; a Christmas show with old favorites, but always a new fun tune including props, narratives and choreography. Our regular show this year includes songs from the 1920s, as well as a Spiritual Medley that will start your toes tapping. Come visit any Friday. We would love to see you and if you decide to join us, we would be delighted. For more information, please call Pat at 281-497-4904 or visit our website, www.Decibelles.org.
MUSIC SINGING GROUP “ONE-A-CHORD” One A-Chord is an interdenominational men’s and women’s singing group with a music ministry to the elderly in Katy and West Houston. We enjoy entertaining with a combination of music including Sacred (Gospel/Spirituals/Traditional) and Secular - with this year’s Choral medley “Made in the USA” which gives tribute to music that was created, performed, enjoyed and fostered by Americans. It includes Dixieland Jazz, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country Western, Broadway (with our special emphasis on ‘Sound of Music”) and Patriotic music. All proudly “Made in the USA!!” Our group welcomes singers, dancers, instrumentalists and “Ham’s” and creates an hour of musical entertainment for the audience. (We love audience participation!)
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Our normal rehearsal/performing day is Monday morning. We will be starting rehearsals for our new singing season on Monday, August 5th at 9:30 AM at St. Peter’s UMC in Asbury Hall, 20775 Kingsland Blvd., Katy, We will have seven rehearsals before starting our new performing season. For additional information, please contact Gail Shipley (music director) 281-347-0233, Bill Ramp (Scheduling) 281-3472520, Chris Crockett (Administration) 281-788-7702 or Jackie Mills (Chaplain/Historian) 281-347-1568. For our current schedule and repertoire you can check out our website at www.oneachord.org. Asbury Hall, 20775 Kingsland Blvd., Katy, We will have seven rehearsals before starting our new performing season. For additional information, please contact Gail Shipley (music director) 281-347-0233, Bill Ramp (Scheduling) 281-347-2520, Chris Crockett (Administration) 281-788-7702 or Jackie Mills (Chaplain/Historian) 281-3471568. For our current schedule and repertoire you can check out our website at www.oneachord.org.
AYUSA SEEKS U.S. FAMILIES IN KATY AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES TO HOST HIGH SCHOOL INT’L EXCHANGE STUDENTS 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR
Ayusa, a non-profit organization that promotes global learning and leadership through cultural exchange and leadership programs for high school students from around the world, is looking for American families in the Houston and surrounding areas interested in sharing their America with international high school students for the 2013-2014 school year. Applications for interested host families are currently being accepted.
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Ayusa foreign exchange students come from more than 60 countries, are fully insured, bring their own spending money and are proficient in English. Whether from Japan or Brazil, India or Sweden, Ukraine or Mexico, France or Lebanon, foreign exchange students are a window into another culture and a great way to travel the world without leaving your home. “Host families are the heart and soul of Ayusa’s foreign exchange program,” said Heather Wells, Senior Regional Director for Ayusa and the local contact for Houston and all surrounding communities. “Families have been hosting Ayusa exchange students for the last 30+ years and the experience has been transformative for the students, who blossom in the local community through support from the families and schools.” There is no “typical” American host family and Ayusa welcomes all interested families, with or without children, from both urban and rural communities. Host families provide three meals a day and a bedroom (either private or shared). Each student is supported by a professionally trained community representative from Ayusa who works with the family and student for the entire program. All host families must pass a criminal background check and a home visit by an Ayusa representative. Ayusa is a 501(c)3 and an official U.S. Department of State designated Exchange Visitor Program Sponsor. Families interested in learning more about hosting an exchange student can visit www.ayusa.org. Ayusa has been a member of the Council of Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET) for more than 25 years - since its foundation. Please contact Heather Wells by email ayusakaty@gmail. com or by phone 281-770-3414.
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EXCHANGE STUDENTS - FROM AMERICAN COUNCILS The U.S. Department of State sponsors exchange programs that bring high school students from over 50 countries from all over the world in the United State for an academic year to live with an American host family, attend high school and learn about American society. American Councils is always looking for interested and excited host families to host one of their students. For more information, visit http://inbound.americancouncils.org or email email@example.com
HOUSTON FAMILY ARTS CENTER ACTORS ACADEMY ANNOUNCES 2013 SUMMER CAMPS
Epiphany of the Lord Church at 1530 Norwalk Drive in Katy is hosting a Job Fair for Professionals on Thursday, July 25, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The event is free and there will be 50 companies represented for jobs from Receptionist to Vice President in the areas of finance, healthcare, IT and engineering to name a few. This event is geared toward degreed, career-minded, professional job candidates. Candidates with no/some college but substantial related work experience would also be well suited for this event. Bring plenty of resumes.
Houston Family Arts Center (HFAC) announces their 2013 Summer Performing Arts Camps. This summer, the HFAC’s Actors Academy is offering 25 different 1 and 3-week performing arts camps for grades 1-12. HFAC camps run June 10 through August 24, 2013 and feature acting, singing and dance instruction, as well as performance opportunities in musicals, dramas and comedies - especially designed for kids and teens. The HFAC Actors Academy 3-week Musical Theatre Performance Camps for grades 1-6 and 4-8 are Honk, Jr, The Hobbit, Pinocchio and Once on this Island, Jr. HFAC is offering eleven 1-week camps for grades 1-6 that include “Clowning Around,” “Acting Up Improv,” “Imagination Theatre,” “Disney Magic,” “Lights of Broadway,” “American Idol Boot Camp,” “Triple Threat,” “Fractured Fairy Tales,” “Dancing through the Decades,” “Melodrama Madness” and “Glee.”
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HFAC has numerous performance opportunities for teens in grades 7-12. The teen 3-week performance camps are Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew and Once on this Island. The 1-week camps for teens are “Stage Combat,” “Acting for Stage and Film,” “Dialects,” “Triple Threat Boot Camp” and “Shakespeare Intensive.” A new addition to the HFAC summer program for teens is the audition show Steel Magnolias. This show rehearses Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings beginning July 16th. Performances for Steel Magnolias will be the last week of Aug. Dance classes will also be offered this summer. There will be eight ballet 1, ballet 2, pointe, jazz 2 and tap 2 classes taught Tuesday evenings, through Aug 6th. The HFAC Royal Academy of Dance program is offering an Alice in Wonderland Ballet Camp that meets Monday and Wednesday evenings, July 22nd-August 24th. For more information, please call the HFAC Actors Academy at 281-685-2623.
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KATY YMCA Katy YMCA Summer Program Registration is still in progress. Contact the Y for details at 281-392-5055 or check out our website: ymcahouston.org/katy. SUMMER DAY CAMP: Ages 6-15. No one does camp like the Y! Held at YMCA’s amazing Camp Cinco, behind Creech Elementary, there are still openings for mid-summer sessions. Drop off as early as 7 AM, pick up as late as 6:30 PM. Swimming, field trips, old fashioned camp experience! SWIM LESSONS: The Y has been teaching swim lessons for over 100 years! All ages and ability levels welcome. Morning, evening, group and private sessions available. Summer sessions are filling quickly. SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS FOR YOUTH AND TEENS: Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Football, Tennis, Volleyball and Club Volleyball camps are offered for ages 6-14. Offered 9 AM-11 AM various weeks throughout the summer. MELVIN ADAMS BASKETBALL CAMPS: Back by popular demand! Former Harlem Globetrotter Melvin Adams will be at the Katy YMCA teaching his inspirational camp to girls and boys ages 6-14. This camp has been a huge hit with both participants and parents the past 5 years! July 15th-19th. Don’t miss out on this dynamic camp experience! SUMMER SPECIALTY CAMPS: Let your child choose a camp that caters to their specific interest such as cheer, jump rope, Hip Hop/Jazz or Tae Kwon Do! Come have a blast at these 2-hour camps. BEFORE AND/OR AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE 20132014 REGISTRATION: Child Care provided at most Katy ISD elementary schools until 6:30 PM. Some schools offer both before and after school care. Please call for specific school offerings and prices.
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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).
NETBALL CLUBS Houston Shooting Stars welcomes ladies, men and youth to join in, play and learn netball, Tuesday nights at The British School of Houston. We are also looking for interested players, adults and youth to play in a new Katy Netball club. No experience necessary.
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WOMEN’S FLAT TRACK ROLLER DERBY Southwest Houston’s own brand new women’s flat track roller derby team is now forming. This isn’t the old school roller derby you’ve seen in the past. We train derby athletes to compete according to the rules and guidelines set forth by WFTDA, the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association. We are actively recruiting skaters, referees and volunteers. Skaters must be female and 18 or older. Referees and volunteers must be 18 or older. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You can also find us at www.yellowrosederbygirls.com and on Facebook. Join up now to become an integral part in founding and building our league.
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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 the Pro Shop at Cinco Ranch, 281-395-4653.
The Katy Valkyries is a varsity team competing in the Texas Girls High School Lacrosse League and accepts players from all KISD high schools. Lacrosse experience is not necessary to join the team - we will teach you the skills and game strategy. Please see our new website at:www.katyvalkyries.org for additional information.
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22765 Westheimer Parkway Katy, Texas 77450 281-395-3950 - thefellowship.org Located at the corner of Westheimer Parkway and Peek Road, The Fellowship at Cinco Ranch offers a variety of summer activities for elementary aged children. ALL programs listed are for children who have completed kindergarten through the completed fifth grade. LUNCH BUNCH Tuesdays (June 14th, 21st, 28th, July 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th) from Noon - 2:00 PM Bring a sack lunch and join us for fun and fellowship at the church. Free event. Register online at our church website: thefellowship.org. SUMMER DAYS WITH PIZZAZZ Monthly Field Trip (June 7th, July 10th and August 21st) from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Join us for fun, educational day trips to local and Houston area attractions. Activities this year include SeaWolf Park in Galveston, San Jacinto Monument/Battleship Texas and Splashway Water Park. Van transportation is provided for trips. Children are able to sign up for all activities or for only the ones which fit the family schedule. $25. Per field trip. Registration is available online at our website: thefellowship.org - Choose the Community section/ Children’s ministry - events.
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FUNFEST AT THE FELLOWSHIP July 28th - August 1st from 5:30 PM 8:30 PM This evening event will be a “Rockin’ the Boat” on our journey of life. Join us for games, crafts, songs, Bible study and lots of fun! $5 supply fee per child. Register online at our church website: thefellowship.org.
Singers, instrumentalists and dancers are invited to join the “Grace Notes,” a performing group which shares music with the community in retirement homes, Alzheimer’s and nursing facilities, country clubs and several churches. We sing a combination of Secular, Broadway, Patriotic, Sacred and Gospel Music. We also sing once a month for the congregation of St. Peter’s United Methodist church - during the traditional morning services. We rehearse and perform during the school calendar year on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 AM at St. Peter’s UMC in room E-106. Tuesday morn-
ings are our “outing” days for performances in the community. Come and join this fun and wonderful music ministry! For more information, please contact Gail Shipley at 281-3470233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SENIOR CHURCH GROUPS TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH SENIOR ADULT NEWS Trinity Baptist Church Senior Adults get together on Monday afternoons from 1:00-5:00 PM for a time of fellowship, prayer and games... Come join the fun! Trinity Baptist Church is located at 10000 Spring Green Blvd. (corner of Spring Green and Fry). For more information, visit www.trinity-katy.org or call the church office at 281-579-6724.
KINGSLAND BAPTIST CHURCH WEEKLY EVENTS FOR ADULT 55+ Game Day - Meet with us every Wednesday in the Crawford Fellowship Hall from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM as we fellowship around the table playing Chicken Foot, Scrabble, Cards, etc. Senior Aerobics offered at Kingsland Baptist Church Please join our Adult 55+ exercise class at 11:00 - 11:45 AM each Thursday morning in the gym at Kingsland Baptist Church. Peggy Skaggs is our trained and certified instructor and the class is open to all levels. For more information, contact Mike Kelley at 281-492-0785. Kingsland Baptist Church is located at 20555 Kingsland Blvd. We are located across from Taylor High School Tennis Courts. For more information, you can visit us online atwww.kingsland.org or call the church office at 281-492-0785.
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ST. BARTHOLOMEW THE APOSTLE CATHOLIC CHURCH BINGO At St. Bartholomew the Apostle Catholic Church in downtown Katy, “BINGO” is being played in our Parish Hall every Friday evening except Holidays. Doors open at 7:00 PM, games start at 7:15 PM with four Early Bird games. Regular games start at 7:30 PM. All profits will benefit community outreach and Religious Education programs. The Church is located in downtown Katy at 5356 Eleventh St. You can get to the church if traveling west on Hwy. 90 to Katyland Rd. Turn right at the light, go to the second stop sign (at the stadium) Eleventh St., turn left and the Church Hall will be on your right one block down. For more info., call 281-391-4758.
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Young Adult Reading Club for Teens, thru August 3rd. Exciting free activities - from game days and movie nights to cookie decorating and scrapbooking classes - are being planned, while area teens discover the wonders of the world that can be found between the pages of a book! Library programs and activities began during the week of June 10th and continue through August 3rd. The theme for this year is “Beneath the Surface.” Teens in grades 6 and up are encouraged to read as many books as they can and they will earn rewards based on the total number of hours they spend reading or the number of reading-
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• AMERICAN LEGION VETERANS - meets at 7:30 PM, at the Elks Lodge on Katy Fort Bend Rd., on the fourth Wednesday of each month. All past and current members of our armed forces are invited to attend. • FLOYD E. BREEDLOVE POST 9182 OF THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS - meets the first Monday of each month at 6:30 PM at the VFW Hall on George Bush Dr. near Ave. D. All U.S. veterans of foreign combat are welcome to visit or come join with us. For more details phone 281-391VETS(8387) or come see us! • MARINE CORPS LEAGUE: Tijerina Detachment meets the second Monday of each month at 7 PM at Katy Elks Lodge #2628. For additional information, call 281-799-9382 or 936-931-5945. Or visit us online at www.usmcmarine1.org.
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A POOL IS COOL, BUT ONLY WHEN IT’S SAFE Pools make for great summer fun, but they can be an accident waiting to happen. Pools are a great way to beat the heat, but they can be dangerous. Drowning and waterborne infections are threats for adults and children alike. To make sure your memories of pools are happy ones, follow these tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Make safety a priority. It’s easier than you might think for someone - especially a child - to accidentally fall into a pool. Children can also quietly make their way to a pool before anyone knows they’re missing. If you have a pool on your property, take these precautions: • Completely surround the pool with walls or fences that are at least 5 feet high. Make sure gates are self-closing, selflatching and out of small children’s reach.
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HOUSTON AREA EVENTS IN JULY Every Saturday in July - Saint Arnold Brewing Company Tours, Downton, 11 AM - 2 PM. Come visit Texas’ oldest craft brewery in their new location. The doors open at 11 AM and groups will rotate in and out of the facility in an openhouse format until the final group is allowed in at 2 PM. If Saturdays don’t work for you, check out their weekday open house at 3 PM. After the tour, guests are welcome to stay for a free tasting. July 4th - Freedom Over Texas, hours are 4 - 10 PM, Eleanor Tinsley Park. Houston’s skyline is the backdrop for this patriotic celebration, including performances by Sheryl Crow and Martina McBride, educational exhibits, live entertainment, military artifacts and vehicles on display, children’s activities and fireworks; www.freedomovertexas.org.
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• If swimming at the ocean, be careful of strong tides. • If you have your own pool, make sure your dog knows where the stairs or ladder are located. Be sure that pool covers are firmly in place; dogs have been known to slip in under openings in the covers and drown. • Never leave your dog unattended in water. Travel • By Air: Many airlines will not ship animals during summer months due to dangers caused by hot weather. Some will only allow dogs to fly in the early morning or in the evening. Check with your airlines for specific rules. If you do ship a dog, put icepacks or an ice blanket in the dog’s crate. (Two-liter soft drink bottles filled with water and frozen work well.) Provide a container of fresh water, as well as a container of frozen water that will thaw over the course of the trip. • By Car: Keep your dog cool in the car by putting icepacks in his crate. Make sure the crate is well ventilated. Put a sunshade on your car windows. Bring along fresh water, a bowl and a tarp or tent so you can set up a shady spot when you stop. Keep a spray bottle filled with water to spritz on your dog to cool him down. • By RV: A dog’s safety should not depend on the air conditioning and generator systems in an RV or motor home. These devices can malfunction, with tragic results. If you leave your dog in an RV with the generator running, check it often or have a neighbor monitor it. Some manufacturers have devices that will notify you if the generator should
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2013 District Champions Golf Team from Seven Lakes High School. L - R: Coach Darrell Scurlock, Ashni Dhruva, Ashley Hummel, Brooke Garrison, Susan Hagger, Megan Reyes and Coach Shawn Ewing.
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT GOLF TOURNAMENT Seven Lakes High School Junior, Susan Hagger, shot 151 to win the 2013 District Golf Championship. Susan led the Lady Spartans to take the 19-5A District Title at the two-day tournament held at the River Ridge Golf Course in Sealy, TX by shooting 78-73. The team held off Cinco Ranch by 3 strokes. Seven Lakes shot a team score of 642 followed by Cinco Ranch HS with 645 and then Taylor HS in third place shooting 693. There were 8 teams and 5 medalists for a total of 45 golfers representing the various District High Schools competing in the tournament.
KATY ISD ANNOUNCES CLASS OF 2013 TOP TEN More than 3,500 seniors walked across the stage at the Leonard E. Merrell Center during the 2013 graduation ceremonies. Katy ISD congratulates all graduates and wishes them the best of luck in their future endeavors! The district is proud to announce this year’s Top Ten students from each of its six comprehensive high schools. Congratulations to: CINCO RANCH HIGH SCHOOL: Valedictorian - Tiffaney Tran Salutatorian - Fariha Rashid No. 3 - Celine Cho Lee No. 4 - Bohao Cheng No. 5 - Jia Ying Chuong No. 6 - Trevor David Nichols No. 7 - Katherine M. Yu No. 8 - Patrick William Edelman No. 9 - Gloria Nisha Fernandes No. 10 (tie) - David Jay Bjerkaas No. 10 (tie) - Daniel S. Williams
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