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10 WAYS TO STAY HYDRATED THIS SUMMER
While it’s always a good idea to stay hydrated, it’s especially important when the temps of Summer start rising. Whether you’re spending your vacation camping and hiking or just doing more outdoor daily activities like biking and walking, I’ve got some tips for how you can stay hydrated during the warm weather months. • Eat your water. Chowing down on water-filled foods like watermelon, is an easy and refreshing way to keep hydrated. • Swap soda for sparkling water. If you’re trying to kick a soda habit, sparkling water is a healthy, but still fizzy, alternative. • Hydrate before exercising. Be sure to drink water before exercising to maximize your workout. • Drink water on the plane. If you’re traveling this Summer, don’t forget to drink up the H2O on the plane. • Stay hydrated at work. Even when working indoors, it’s important to keep the fluids handy. • There are five more ways, so read more. • Drink water before meals. By drinking water before meals, not only will you stay hydrated but you’re less likely to overeat. • Have enough on hand. When you’re spending the day camping or biking, it’s important to bring enough water to last the trip. • Spice it up with healthy flavoring. If you’re having a hard time getting enough water, spice it up with some natural flavoring. • Keep track of your daily water intake. Try this tasty and handy way to keep track of your H2O intake. • Keep a reusable bottle with you. Having a water bottle with you at all times is the easiest way to stay hydrated without even thinking about it.
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“Mom, can I watch a movie?” This is how I woke up this morning. A cute little four-year-old face, inches away from mine, asking to be entertained by major Hollywood corporations. I don’t have a problem with TV or movies—we watch them both. But we all know they’re FAR too often the default choice of leisure time for children. They can easily suck away imagination, energy, and the innocence of our kids, and a few hours of distraction just isn’t worth that, in my opinion. But during these dog days of summer, it’s also hard to shoo your kids outside, at least if you live in a climate like ours, where the norm is 100+ degrees fahrenheit daily. Unfortunately, it’s just not safe to let kids sweat in this brutal heat for hours at a time. So what’s a parent to do? Not much. But there’s plenty that children can do indoors on their own without touching a remote. Here are a few ideas.
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1. Read a book. This is a go-to favorite in our family. Our library is right in our living room, available for access any time of day. Our kids know they can pull a book off the shelves at any time and enjoy, even though they can’t read on their own yet. And don’t forget about your public library. 2. Write a book. Even if your kids aren’t writing fluently yet, they can still compose literature on their own. Create a collection of blank books, and let your kids illustrate a story. Later, you can write the words for them as they dictate them to you, or they can sound out the words phonetically and write the story on their own. These books will make great keepsakes later. 3. Act out a book. Does your child have a perennial favorite book? Have her act it out — the plot may take a unique turn, all her own. While I was making breakfast, my daughter said, “Mom, right now I’m going on a walk at half past nine.” 4. Listen to a book. Audible Kids has a great selection of quality literature for children. Download a few to your mp3 player, and either give your child some headphones, or play the book over speakers while they play quietly. 5. Make an indoor clubhouse. Build a blanket fort. Get your child started, and see how else they architect a little place of their own. 6. Perform a puppet show or play. Hopefully you have a collection of handme-down clothes and thrift store finds in a dress-up box for your kids. They can use these to create costumes for a play, with you as the audience. Or they can let their stuffed animals star as puppets, and hide behind the couch for a dramatic reenactment starring their pretend friends. You can also make a simple puppet show theater with a spring-loaded curtain rod and a piece of fabric in a doorway. 7. Have an indoor picnic or tea party. Lay out an outdoor tablecloth on the floor, and enjoy lunch together down there. Kids think it’s a big treat to do the everyday in a special place, and the floor is one of those places. Or brew up some warm tea (my daughter’s favorite is blackberry), and have a little tea time in cups with saucers, alongside crackers or sweet bread for an afternoon treat. This is best done during baby’s naptime. 8. Make homemade play-doh. Play-doh made from scratch is incredibly easy, and you can make an endless array of colors with basic food dye. Plus, it doesn’t have that awful commercial-brand smell. Spread the outdoor tablecloth on the floor, and give them dull knives, a rolling pin, and some cookie cutters 9. Help with chores. Many younger kids think it’s a blast to help Mom with the chores — but even if they don’t think it’s fun, it’s good for them to do chores anyway. It teaches kids that running the house is a family effort, and that life involves work (and things we don’t always enjoy doing).
10. Save up those TP rolls and wad up your socks. Arrange TP rolls like bowling pins on one end of the hall. Stack up a few balled-up socks on the other. Bowl or throw at the “pins,” and you’ve got an indoor bowling alley. There’s tons of other crafts you can do with toilet paper rolls, too. 11. Get your groove on. Even the parent can benefit from this little break in the day. Crank up the peppy music and get dancing. Even 10 minutes of jiving will release some wiggles, and it’s a stress relief for you, too. 12. Craft, craft, craft. In our family, we draw or create near daily. Keep a wellorganized art cabinet handy, and your children can grab supplies whenever their muse strikes. If they want to paint, simply use that handy outdoor tablecloth again, and spread it on the kitchen floor. This is another baby’staking-a-nap activity. 13. Write a letter to a friend. Old-fashioned letter writing is a dying art, what with e-mail being today’s communication method of choice. Help your child write a letter to Grandma, her cousins, or a friend, and make someone’s day when they open their mailbox a few days later. 14. Have a simple playdate. Invite your child’s good friend over — this often makes for an even easier day, because your kiddo has a playmate instead of asking you to play all the time. It depends on the age and the particular friend, of course, but I’ve found that when my daughter has a friend over, I don’t see her for hours. They’re engulfed in their own little world in the playroom, content with each other’s company. 15. Play shop. Create different shop kits from thrift store and sale finds. The next time you’re at a craft store, pick up some fake flowers on clearance. Make some homemade plant labels, save some empty seed packets, and hang on to those temporary pots from store-bought plants — all these supplies will make great tools for a flower shop at home. A notepad, pencil, apron, tray, and play food are all you need to play restaurant at the dining room table. 16. Rearrange the bedroom. If your child is old enough to safely move small furniture around, let him explore his creative side and rearrange his bedroom. Depending on the result, it could be an afternoon set up, or it could be a new permanent look. 17. Supply some cardboard boxes. If you haven’t recently moved or purchased a new appliance, go to your local grocery store and see if they have any cardboard boxes you could take off their hands. Bring a few home, and let your child’s imagination take over. They might build a castle, take off on a spaceship, or go sailing to a new world. 18. Go on a treasure hunt. Think of some unusual spots around your house, or plant some treasures in rooms and on shelves (in an age-appropriate location, of course). Then make a list of objects, and have your child go on a treasure hunt. If they can’t yet read, draw a sketch of the hidden item.
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Please report any street light outage to Centerpoint. Repairs can take up to 3 weeks to be repaired, but the most recent request we made took only 2 days! It is imperative that residents participate in reporting outages, as there is no formal nighttime inspection done by management or Centerpoint. It’s simple, just go to www.centerpointenergy.com/outage and fill in the required information. You’ll need the 6 digit number located at the base of the light pole and an approximate address/location of the outage. You may also report it by dialing 713-207-2222.
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The House and Senate successfully negotiated a two-year budget that will restore approximately $4 billion of the $5.4 billion in cuts to public education that were made by the 82nd Legislature in 2011. While the budget still needs to be approved by the full House and Senate and signed by the governor, this key negotiation between five members from each side is expected to be the basis for the new funding system through 2015. This is a huge step in the right direction for Texas public schools and Cypress-Fairbanks ISD and I commend the members of the 83rd Legislature - specifically those within the CFISD delegation - who worked diligently to make this education budget replenishment happen.
I would especially like to thank Sens. Dan Patrick, John Whitmire, Joan Huffman and Glenn Hegar and Reps. Patricia Harless, Allen Fletcher, Bill Callegari, Gary Elkins, Dwayne Bohac, Sylvester Turner and Jessica Farrar for using the power of their votes to keep our students’ best interests in mind. We have been fortunate in CFISD to maintain academic excellence amid financial constraints, but the additional infusion of money will be paramount as we seek to provide students with the best possible educational experience. Thank you for any feedback you gave to our local legislators that stressed the need for a properly funded education system in Texas. Although we didn’t recoup all of the money cut during the last biennium, we will be in much better shape moving forward. Sincerely, Mark Henry, Ed.D
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9191 Barker Cypress Rd. NEW FULL-SERVICE LSC-CYPRESS CENTER OPENING THIS FALL A third convenient location to take classes is opening at 19710 Clay Road at Fry Road this fall. The new full-service Lone Star College-Cypress Center will offer core academic courses and transitional education courses, as well as several workforce programs including: Drafting, Engineering Technology, Geographic Information Systems, Machining and Welding. Registration for fall classes, which start Aug. 26th, is under way. For information and updates, go to LoneStar.edu/cypresscenter or call 832-782-5000. FALL REGISTRATION AND NEW STUDENT ORIENTATIONS UNDER WAY Get on the path to college success at Lone Star College-CyFair. Attend New Student Orientation (required for first-time students) this summer to take a tour, get academic advising and register for class! Go to LoneStar.edu/ cyfair-orientation for information. LSC-CyFair offers options and flexibility for fall classes, which start Aug. 26th, so register now to attend one of three convenient locations: 9191 Barker Cypress, 14955 Northwest Freeway and 19710 Clay Road. For information, go to LoneStar.edu/registration. LIBRARY CONTINUES SUMMER FUN FOR EVERYONE The Harris County Public Library Lone Star College-CyFair Branch offers a Summer Reading Program for children and adults through Aug. 11th. A variety of monthly book clubs for all ages are available, as well as plenty of programs and activities. Go online to LoneStar.edu/library for information. L.I.F.E. LESSONS FOR JULY The Learning, Inspiration, Fellowship and Enrichment (L.I.F.E.) programs are free and held Wednesdays at 10 AM in the Lone Star College-CyFair Branch Library (Room 131.) Programs in July are “Vintage Quilts of the Second World War” July 10th, “Birding Our Area” July 17th; “Henna’s History” July 24th and “Butterflies or Flutter-bies” July 31st. Call the library at 281290-3214 for L.I.F.E. program information. DISCOVERY COLLEGE SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM CONTINUES THROUGH AUG. 8th Registration is under way for Lone Star College-CyFair’s popular Discovery College for ages 9 to 14. The theme for the Monday through Thursday sessions through Aug. 8th is “Integrated Learning.” The Discovery College sessions are fun and educational providing children an opportunity to develop skills and learn new ones in a friendly environment. Sessions are held at the Barker Cypress campus. The cost of the week-long sessions is $89 per class. For registration or information, go to LoneStar.edu/youthclasses-cyfair. PARKING PERMITS AVAILABLE FOR LSC VISITORS, GUESTS AND LIBRARY PATRONS Visitors, guests and library patrons may park without a permit in designated visitor parking areas. However, a daily or yearly permit is now available allowing for extended parking privileges at Lone Star College System campuses. Vehicles must be registered with LSCS to get a valid parking permit, to park in LSCS lots and to avoid receiving a citation. To register, you will need your vehicle’s license plate number, make, model and color. Go to LoneStar.edu/Parking for complete information on parking permits, call 281765-7836 or email email@example.com.
Cy-Woods High School CYPRESS WOODS TAKES THIRD AT STATE ACADEMICS MEET
Other CFISD schools scoring points at the state academics meet were CyFair High School (20), Cypress Falls High School (12) and Cypress Ranch High School (6). “The Cy-Woods UIL academic team has worked very hard all year and exemplified the 212 spirit,” said sponsor Stacey Armstrong. “They knew they all needed to place for the school to have a chance at finishing in the top three schools in 5A. They did exactly that. I could not be more proud of them. Nikoli, Ben, Luke and Andrew placed first as a team at every Computer Science contest. I have coached computer teams for 17 years and I have never witnessed a team win every contest, start to finish. It was awesome to see the team finish the season strong with a big win at UIL state. Wildcats do look great in gold!”
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The Northwest Flyers Track Club Youth Cross-Country Team kicks off the fall season with registration and an orientation for parents and athletes on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM (location to be announced). The first practice will be held at the Cypress Creek YMCA on Thursday, September 12, 2013. Cypress Woods High School scored 63 points to finish third in the state among all schools in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) 5A Academics Spring Meet, held at the University of Texas May 20th - 22nd. Cypress Woods also claimed CFISD’s only state championships in two events: The Computer Science team, comprised of seniors Nikoli Cartagena, Ben Lin and Luke Tseng and junior Andrew Liu, placed first with a team score of 1212 and junior Ian Echols placed first in Accounting.
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Our address is 5901 N. Fry Rd. in Katy, Texas 77449. Registrations can be made online at www.bearcreekchurch.tv/sports (click on specific camp or sport registration) or in our Church Office, Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. On Fridays, the office is open 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281-859-9900. HOOPS CAMP 2013: Come join our Hoops Camp for ages 6-14, July 15th18th. Our Hoops Camp is led by Jim Stephens, Basketball Coach at Cy-Falls High School in Cy-Fair School District. Choose from two sessions for the best time for you. The first session is from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and the second session is from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Cost of the Camp is $50, with a discount for the second child. CHEERLEADING CAMP 2013: Come join our Cheerleading Camp for ages 6-14, July 29th-31st. Our Camp is led by our Upward Cheerleading Coordinator, Jennifer Wilson. Time will be 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Our address is 5901 N. Fry Rd. in Katy, Texas 77449. Cost of the Camp is $40, with a discount for the second child. UPWARD SOCCER, UPWARD FLAG FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING: Bear Creek Baptist Church is offering Upward Soccer, Flag Football and Cheerleading this Fall. We will be having Upward Soccer for children 4 yrs. By September 1, 2013 through 6th Grade. Our Flag Football and Cheerleading will be for children in K this year through 6th Grade. Register before school starts. Our first evaluation is before school starts. Each child needs to attend an evaluation, not for the whole two hours, but for about 20 min. This year we have an early special price of $70 for those that register before August 18th. We have our first evaluation on Saturday, August 17th from 10:00 AM 12:00 PM in the back fields behind our parking lot. Our next evaluations will be Tuesday and Thursday, September 4th and 6th from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM. On Saturday, September 8th between the hours of 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM.
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Cost is $75. Our practices will begin the week of September 23rd. Our first games will be October 5th and go through November 16th. MEN’S OUTWARD FLAG FOOTBALL: Come join men 18 yrs and older for our men’s Outward Flag Football league coming this fall. Practice/Games will be on Saturday afternoons around 2:00 PM. The league will have a tournament at the conclusion of the season. Evaluations for all players will be Tuesday and Thursday, September 10th and 12th from 6:00-7:00 PM and Saturday, September 14th from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM. These will take place on the fields behind the church. Cost for the league will be $35 per player covering cost of officials and jersey. First games will be October 12th and season concludes on November 9th with tournament. For more information call 281-859-9900 and ask for Scott Denton or David Rutherford or email us at Scott.email@example.com or David.firstname.lastname@example.org.
CANES SUMMER SOCCER CAMP SERIES
The Canes Summer Soccer Camp Series is comprised of two camps: Skills & Drills Camp and Fundamental Skills Camp. Camps are led by some of Texas finest coaching professionals. Our professional Staff has extensive camp experience, hold Youth and National Coaching Licenses with many having coached in the South Texas ODP and possess a Professional playing background. Camp options for players of all levels and genders! Our camps are uniquely designed so that every level of player has an opportunity to advance their knowledge and develop their skills in the proper environment. Questions? Email email@example.com or call 281-856-6279 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-818-0181. Register online at www.albionhurricanes.org July 22nd - July 26th: Reading FC Camp/Start of Regional and National League Team Training July 29th: Start of Central and West Team Training
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WEST HOUSTON GIRLS SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION REGISTRATION
West Houston Girls Softball Association invites you to come join the fun! Registration is now OPEN for our Fall 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 westhoustongsa@yahoo. com.
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. For more information, go to our facebook page, Houston Shooting Stars Netball Club or www.netballamerica.com or contact Ros at email@example.com or call 832-790 3772.
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).
CY-FAIR SPORTS ASSOCIATION
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The Family of Faith Summer Camp program starts June 3rd to August 30th, now accepting registration for ages 18 months-5th grade! Call us at 281855-2950 for more information.
PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH SUMMER CAMP
SUMMER CAMP at The Genesis Academy a ministry of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Summer Camp is for children exiting K-5th grade. The weeks available are through August 23rd. The hours are 9 AM-2 PM. We will have a different theme every week. Come join us for one week or all of them, from 1-5 days a week. For more information and pricing or to register your child, call 281-859-0800 or register on-line at www.thegenesisacademy. com. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is located at 16650 Longenbaugh Drive, Houston 77095.
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Benefitting TWRC Wildlife Center On July 13, 2013, TWRC Wildlife Center will host Ales & Tails II, this year’s major fundraising event, at Saint Arnold Brewing Company in downtown Houston. We are excited to offer dinner, beverages, casino-style gaming, a live band, silent auction and prize drawings throughout the evening! TWRC Wildlife Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, serves as an emergency facility for wildlife brought to us by the public. We are funded solely by the generosity of individuals, corporate donations and grants, as we receive NO Federal or State Funding. Throughout our 33-year history we have had over 130,000 injured, orphaned or ill wildlife pass through the hands of our caring volunteers. We provide veterinary care for injured animals and coordinated placement of wildlife with appropriately skilled and permitted rehabilitators, who care for wildlife until
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The Houston Metro Go Texan Committee Katy Subcommittee of the Houston Livestock Show and RodeoTM will host a Casino Night at 7:00 PM, July 27, 2013 at the Mason Creek Community Center. Gaming tables will include blackjack, craps, roulette and Texas Hold-em tables. Music will be quietly playing throughout the evening. A pasta dinner will be served from 7:30 to 8:30 PM. The silent auction will begin at 7 PM and closing at 10:30 PM. Door prized will be given out shortly after all chips have been counted and tickets distributed to players. Wine, beer and setups will be available for purchase at the facility.
school students. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact event coordinator Terry Heiner at 713-203-3399 or co-coordinator Deanne Ahre at 281-979-5791 or email at KatyMetro@yahoo.com. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo runs Tuesday, March 4 through Sunday, March 23, 2014. The Show is a Section 501(c)(3) charitable event, committed to benefiting youth, supporting education, and facilitating better agricultural practices through exhibitions and presentation. Since its beginning in 1932, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has contributed more than $330 million to scholarships, research, endowments, calf scramble participants, junior show exhibitors, School Art participants and other educational and youth programs.
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The Cypress Springs High School Pantera Dance Team Will be having a car wash Saturday, August 3rd, 9 AM - 3 PM in the Fuddruckers parking Lot (7250 Hwy. 6 North, Houston, TX 77095). Proceeds raised will assist the dance team with new costumes and/or fees for Nationals contest in Galveston. Thank you for your support. Contact Jody Schoth with any questions at email@example.com.
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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) MILDRED’S
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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 King’s play won the 2011 Papatango New Writing Competition (in partnership with London’s Finborough Theatre). A darkly comic exploration of belief, desire and responsibility, set in a world both strange and familiar, from a striking new voice in British theatre. CARNIVAL ROUND THE CENTRAL FIGURE by Diana Amsterdam. Regional Premier - November 7-23, 2013. A wild ride through theatrical terrain that sears the senses and impacts the audience at a visceral place, which also manages to be hilariously funny and
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Do you like to sing? Are you looking for a place to display your talents or just to have fun with music? You should be a Decibelle! We are a (ladies only) daytime chorus rehearsing every Friday morning from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the Treemont Retirement Center, 2501 Westerland, near Westheimer and Gessner. Some of us read music, but it is not required. We are provided a CD to help in learning new songs. Our director, Martha Upton and assistant director, Cay Eckland will help you find out if you are a Tenor, Lead, Baritone or Bass. 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
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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!) 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) 281-3470233, Bill Ramp (Scheduling) 281-347-2520, 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.
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Volunteer Opportunities HOUSTON AREA PROJECT LINUS
Houston Area Project Linus, a nonprofit organization that provides new, handmade blankets for children who are seriously ill or traumatized, can use the following items you might be discarding: • Fabric - cotton, cotton blends, flannel and fleece • Yarn • Crochet thread • Narrow ribbon If you have any of these items to donate or for information about Project Linus, please call Karen Hagin, Cinco Ranch resident and Project Linus blanketeer, at 281-693-7150 or Sally Burns, Houston Area Project Linus Coordinator, at 281-492-2679. More information about Project Linus can be found at www.projectlinus.org.
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The services provided at CAM, are made possible by many dedicated volunteers. If you enjoy working with the public, decorating or merchandising, then serving in CAM’s resale shop, Angels’ Attic, is the place for you. Our busy community donation area, the Cellar, is looking for people willing to serve by processing donations and restocking Angels’ Attic. Please plan to attend a volunteer tour and orientation by calling Tara Rauch 281-955-7683 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a description of the services provided at Cypress Assistance Ministries, Food Pantry requests, and a detailed description of volunteer opportunities, please see our web site, www.cypressassistance.org.
TEXAS WILDLIFE REHABILITATION COALITION, INC VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES FOR WILDLIFE ADVOCATES
Enjoy a rewarding volunteer experience with wildlife. Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition, Inc. is a non-profit organization, which serves as an emergency care and rehabilitation facility for orphaned, ill, and injured native Texas wildlife. Volunteers are welcome in the areas of assisting in the daily functions of the center, assisting with public education programs, and wildlife rehabilitation. Located at 10801 Hammerly, Suite 200, the facility is open seven days a week to help wildlife in need. TWRC has a mentor program in place to assist volunteers with “hands on” training for those interested in becoming permitted rehabilitators. We invite you to join our organization in saving Texas wildlife – one animal at a time. Call the center at 713-468-8972 x158 for more information or visit us at www.twrc-houston.org.
CYPRESS FAIRBANKS MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER AUXILIARY
Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary, 10655 Steepletop Drive, is in need of additional volunteers. They have a great need for volunteers to work in the gift shop and information desk. If interested, please contact the hospital at 281-897-3186 and ask for the volunteer desk.
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When you volunteer you are giving to your community, but did you realize volunteering also benefits you as an individual? CAM volunteers often let us know the fun they are having, the friends they have made and the fulfillment they receive from helping others.
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STANDUP FOR KIDS
How would you feel if you saved a kid’s life? StandUp For Kids is an all volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of at-risk and homeless kids through volunteer outreach efforts. Our volunteers search the streets in order to find, stabilize and otherwise help homeless and street kids improve their lives. Every day throughout the US thirteen kids die on the streets from abuse, disease and suicide. According to recent statistics Houston has up to 2,500 kids living on the streets at any given time. Texas has the highest rate of homeless youth in the U.S. StandUp For Kids needs supplies for our Houston program, which provides food, clothing, counseling and a safe environment for the homeless youth of Houston. If you or your organization would like to hold a food or clothing drive for StandUp For Kids please contact me at HeatherE@standupforkids.org to learn more about StandUp For Kids or how you can help visit our website at www.standupforkids.org. The single greatest need, for homeless and street kids is our continuous caring and real support. We must convince them that we care, we want them back and we want to help them get off the streets.
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The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department provides fire, rescue and EMS services to 156 square miles of Northwest Harris County for the residents of Harris County Emergency Service District #9. By operating from 12 community based volunteer fire stations we are able to quickly and efficiently respond to help our neighbors in times of emergency. For more information on the Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department or on how you can join the other 350 volunteers of our Department and be one of Cy-Fair’s bravest, call us at 281-656-3840 or visit us on the web at www.cyfairvfd.org.
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Adopt A US Soldier is a non-profit organization that seeks volunteers and donors to help show the brave men and women fighting for our freedom that their sacrifices will not go unnoticed. It connects supportive civilians with deployed soldiers and offers a channel by which to communicate encouragement and express gratitude to those serving in the United States Armed Forces. Adopt A US Soldier is sustained by its volunteer workforce located across the United States. After a supporter asked a soldier what they needed, his response was as follows: “No requests, just don’t want to be forgotten.” -LCPL O.J.T. III When registering for Adopt A US Soldier your involvement can range from writing letters and sending postcards, to mailing care packages full of items a soldier may need or want. Handwritten letters are most important and meaningful to soldiers. Adopt A US Soldier encourages civilians to adopt a soldier to show your support for those that are making sacrifices for our country. If interested, please go to www.adoptaussoldier.org to register.
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PEARL FINCHER MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Interested in volunteering your time, talents and energy to a most worthwhile local cause? Consider joining the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts Volunteer Guild! The mission of the Pearl’s Volunteer Guild is to: • Promote volunteerism in the Northwest Houston area by providing vital, on-going volunteer support for the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts educational programs. • Develop leadership potential and knowledge within its membership • Further perpetuate the appreciation of fine art and the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts in the community.
Several important committees need volunteers: • Day Trips • Hospitality • Membership • Student Art Contest Information about the Volunteer Guild can also be found on the Pearl’s website at www.pearlmfa.org under the Guild page. Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts Where Art is Just the Start! 6815 Cypresswood Spring, TX 77379 281-376-6322 The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts is a 501(c)(3) Not for Profit organization that is solely supported through Grants and private donations from community residents, businesses and friends of the museum.
THE THOMAS A. GLAZIER SENIOR EDUCATION CENTER HAS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
STAY ACTIVE. STAY ENGAGED. A new place for seniors to learn, located at 16600 Pine Forest Lane, near Texas 6 and Clay Road. Free classes available to Harris County residents 55 and older on subjects ranging from basic computer skills to digital photography to astronomy, photo editing and memory enhancement. We need you in our classrooms! Get free volunteer training. Teach your own computer class. Contact us now at 713-274-3250 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Operated by Harris County Precinct Three Commissioner Steve Radack.
LOCAL MENTORS NEEDED TO MENTOR ONE CHILD & CHANGE TWO LIVES!
CROSSROADS is a nonprofit United Way agency that provides mentors for at risk youth between the ages of 10 and 17. Visit our website at www.crossroadsvolunteers.org and consider running an ad like the one below in your Copperfield subdivision newsletter. Many young people don’t have strong positive adult influences in their lives to help guide them through these crucial years. Mentoring makes a difference in both the life of the youth and our community. A commitment of 1 hour weekly is all we ask. Help us shape the leaders of tomorrow by contacting Jan, CROSSROADS Volunteer Recruiter at Jan.gibbs@ hcjpd.hctx.net or 713-295-2779. Mentor one child… change two lives.
The Cy-Fair community has a new non-profit organization named Mission Cy-Fair. You can learn more about us at www.missioncyfair.org. We are currently needing volunteers to work with our after school apartment ministry serving the children of The Lake and Timberwalk apartments located at 5650 Timbercreek Place Drive. If you are interested, we’d love to talk with you more. Please contact email@example.com.
SPECIAL CHEERS NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
Special CHEERS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing Occupational Therapy to children with special needs of all ages living in and around the greater Houston area. Our facility is unique in that we utilize animals, including horses, dogs, goats, pigs, lambs and rabbits as an integral part of each child’s therapy treatment plan. Being a non-profit organization, we are constantly looking for extra help around the farm. Therefore, Special CHEERS would like to welcome all high school and college-aged students interested in working with both children and animals to volunteer after school, on the weekends or seasonally (i.e., summer camp). Please call our administrative assistant, Ms. Denise Pace, at 713-983-0075, for more information. A background check will be required of all individuals applying for a volunteer position at our facility.
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Solid wood 6-piece bedroom set with brushed nickel knobs for sale. Queen bed frame with head/footboard, two nightstands, 9-drawer dresser with separate mirror and armoire. $1,800 OBO. Email tx_mom2boys@yahoo. com for pictures. Nautilus Bowflex, sport bench and all accessories, like new, well kept, $200 cash. Call James, 281-550-4585. Scrap booking supplies for sale: paper, stamps, etc.; portable cement mixer, never used; Shopsmith Mark V with tools and binder. Email gtggjg@yahoo. com for pictures and information. Granite-top kitchen table, plus 6 chairs, $300; bedroom suite, king size with lighted, mirrored headboard, mattress, box-spring, frame, $400; formal dining table & 8 chairs, plus matching buffet, $400; living room sectional with 2 matching recliners, $500. All good condition, call 832-215-4747. Toro LX427 riding lawn mower, 42” cut, good condition, 3 years old, $850 OBO. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Solid depressed oak dining room w/leaf, 6 chairs good condition; full set of women’s golf clubs w/bag, good condition. Call 281-658-6220. Welcome to see can e-mail picture. Blue Razor Scooter with seat. In great condition. Pick up and cash only, $150 OBO. Contact Meredyth, 832-593-9494.
Werner 10’ 300lb, aluminum step ladder, used 5 times, $175; upholstered massage chair, paid $1,000, asking $250; upholstered Chair and ottoman, excellent condition, $200; TV armoir, $50. 432-230-1206. Full face motorcycle helmet. Shoei model RF-1000. Men’s size medium, color gray, great condition, $125 OBO. Call 281-213-3999. Gym-quality, like new, Life Fitness elliptical with heart monitor. Paid, $4,000 will take $2,000. 281-734-6639. Sig Sauer 9MM, SP 2022 Nitron, $400. Call 281-578-1070. Antiques for sale: Eastlake style mahogany early 20th century shelf, $275. Art Nouveau, circa 1920’s, complete bedroom suite; includes double bed with head and foot boards, mattress, box springs and frame, drawer dresser with bench and mirror, 5-drawer chest of drawers and night stand, $3,500 (paid $6,000 at Auction Barn). All in excellent condition. Email me for pictures at email@example.com or call me at 281-858-4422 or 832-651-5863. Sofa good to very good condition, $250 OBO. firstname.lastname@example.org.
2004 Honda Accord 2dr EXL V6, 125K, BLK/BLK. Sunroof, heated & electric seats. Also, free complimentary car washes, $8,000 OBO. 214-213-6263 or 281-944-5416. 2003 Ford F-350 Limited Edition Superduty, 6.0 diesel, automatic, dual rear wheel short wheel base. 140K miles, bed liner with a goose-neck/fifth wheel convertible in-bed hitch and Bull Bar on the front. Black with grey panels, factory alum wheels, leather captain front seats, 6 Disc AM/FM premium sound, in excellent condition, a real head turner. Top end conversion on Diesel with new heads & studs. Asking market value $12,000 Neg. Call Jim 281-253-5753. 1985, 18 ½ foot Sea Ray. 165 Mercruiser, $3,000. Comes with accessories. 832-655-4746.
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The Conservatory of Music at Cinco Ranch, the area’s leading provider of traditional music lessons is searching for experienced piano and guitar instructors to join our staff. We offer an upscale ambiance and extremely competitive pay. If you are mature, very knowledgeable about your instrument and enjoy teaching, then we want to hear from you. Email your resume to: email@example.com or call us at 832-437-4511 for more information.
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Need entry level office assistant, mature, dependable, nonsmoker, office experience must, bilingual, knowledge of Microsoft Office, full-time/part-time. E-mail resume: email@example.com or call 281-550-9400. Office assistant/doctors assistant needed for Copperfield optometry office. Train patients with learning to insert contact lenses, perform pretests before the doctor sees patients and help with the front desk. Call Denise at 281-5502020 to set up appointment. Position available for an experienced sales/appointment setter for a local security company. Offering salary plus commission. Apply at 1035 Dairy Ashford, Suite 225, Houston, TX, 77079, Monday through Thursday, 8 AM to 11 AM. Become a Players Assistant (Marshall) at Bear Creek Golf Course. Great benefits and fellowship, please contact Ron Haren at 713-705-4550 or 281859-8188 or pick up application in pro-shop. The Family of Faith Lutheran Church, 16710 FM 529 Rd., is looking for a childcare provider for Sunday mornings from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The position pays $10 per hour. If you are interested, please call the church office at 281-855-2950. The Family of Faith Lutheran Church, 16710 FM 529 Rd. is now accepting resumes for an Administrative Assistant to begin July 1st. This is a part-time, hourly paid position. If you are interested you may fax your resume to 281855-8301 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call the church office at 281-855-2950 for more information.
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Help Wanted for receptionist at a hair/nails salon that is preferably a female in high school and is able to work at a fast pace for a high volume salon. We are also looking for experienced nail techs and hair stylists. Must work weekends, Fridays - Saturdays only. If under 18, please have parental consent letter signed and brought when coming in to apply. Call at 281-5500519 or e-mail us at 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: 281-759-1010. Lifetime Learners Child Development Center and Pre-School is now hiring for our Katy location; teachers and child care providers.Contact Mrs. Dana, 281-394-5437. Plumbers or Apprentices for repair and a Receptionist needed. Bilingual preferred. Please call 281-256-2239. Sales persons wanted to sell Replacement Windows and Window coverings. Ownership opportunity available. Call Replacement Windows of Katy at 281392-5353. 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. 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. 281-656-2273.
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26321 NORTHWEST FRWY #100 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. 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 281-256-2286. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Vacation home for rent in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath, beach, pool, tennis, golf, Mayan ruins. For more info Google VRBO 136406 or call, 281-463-4717. 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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May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude helper of the hopeless, pray for us. Say Novena 9 times a day for 9 days. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. Thank you St. Jude – JMP HM
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