West Fort Bend - January 2023

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January 2023
A publication of the Living
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After missing her daughters who went away to college, one Fort Bend mom decided to send love from afar. And then other parents joined the bandwagon.


Meet Bowie Elementary’s stellar spellers. 15


The Garden Club of Richmond’s annual caladium bulb sale returns.


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©2022 West Fort Bend Living. All Rights Reserved. West Fort Bend Monthly is a sister publication of Fulshear Living Monthly, Greatwood Monthly, Pecan Grove Monthly and is a publication of the Fort Bend Herald. Our publishing headquarters is 1902 S. Fourth Street, Rosenberg Texas 77471.

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Alison Carlino, Carlino’s Photography Studio | Founder Alisha McMillen with her inspiration for The College Care Package Company – her twin freshmen daughters: Darian (left) and Addy (right).

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NRG employees have positive impact on Fort Bend senior citizens

The folks who work at NRG certainly know how to have a good time. Just ask Fort Bend County senior citizens. Fifty-four NRG volunteers — from the Houston corporate offices and the WA Parish electric plant south of Richmond — treated area seniors to snacks, served them a nice lunch and helped with a spirited game of Bingo as part of the power company’s “PositiveNRG Week” campaign.

NRG provided the food and snacks to seniors at the Senior Citizens Center on Band Road and all the seniors involved with the Fort Bend County Meals on Wheels program.

Fort Bend County has a large and growing population of citizens aged 60 years and above. Nearly 10% are unable to work and live at or below the poverty level.

To help combat the problem, NRG WA Parish partnered with Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels to serve meals, play games and provide maintenance at the Band Road facility.

He said NRG has been sponsoring its PositiveNRG Week program for the past 15 years around the nation.

“We look forward to visiting the Senior Citizens Center in Fort Bend County each year,” he said. “The seniors here are always so appreciative.”

Shonda Thomas, senior center manager, thanked NRG for committing the time and money to help local seniors each year.

“Even when we were closed down due to Covid, NRG came through for us,” she told the crowded banquet hall.

Thomas said NRG donated towels and gift bags for the Secret Santa program during Covid.

NRG also provided gift bags for the Bingo prizes.

“I get emotional just thinking of the impact NRG has on our seniors,” said Thomas, who had to take a moment to compose herself. “Our seniors appreciate NRG so much. I can’t tell you how happy and how special NRG makes our seniors feel. They treat our seniors like royalty.”

Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels currently provides services to 1.2% of this group of citizens, which includes serving more than 360,000 meals to 2,200 seniors across the county.

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Rick Branek, Fort Bend Senior Meals on Wheels operations manager, said the senior citizens center couldn’t host the traditional get-together during Covid in 2020 and 2021.

“NRG is a big supporter of senior citizens, especially the Meals on Wheels program,” said Kyle Wallis, engineering manager at the WA Parish plant.

Dr. McCrea has been creating healthy, beautiful smiles in Richmond/Rosenberg since 1994. Dr. McCrea and Dr. Vo are both graduates of and current Professors at the Herman Hospital based General Practice Residency Program for UTDS Houston. Their goal is to work with each patient to produce the best possible outcome based on that patient’s individual needs and desires.

“So we’re really happy to see so many of our seniors turn up today to have a good time, like they did before Covid came along,” he said.

“Just look at all the smiles.”

Dr. McCrea has been creating healthy, beautiful smiles in Richmond/Rosenberg since 1994. Dr. McCrea and Dr. Vo are both graduates of and current Professors at the Herman Hospital based General Practice Residency Program for UTDS Houston. Their goal is to work with each patient to produce the best possible outcome based on that patient’s individual needs and desires.

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At Greatwood Veterinary Hospital, we are dedicated to providing excellent and compassionate care for your furry, family friends. We offer full veterinary services in our new, spacious 6,500 square foot facility. Our experienced and caring veterinarians and staff strive to provide the best quality care available for your pets, with an emphasis on client education and an understanding of your pet’s specific needs. We would like to be partners with you in ensuring your pet’s good health and well-being. In addition to full medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care, we also offer boarding, grooming, and cremation services. Greatwood Veterinary Hospital has been providing affordable and quality veterinary care to the Fort Bend area for over 15 years. It is our hope that we can meet all your animal’s health care needs with our warm, friendly, and knowledgeable services.

To make an appointment for your pet or for more information, please call us at (281) 342-7770 or visit us at 401 Crabb River Road in Richmond.

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Bowie Elementary School fifth-grader Natalie Heyliger, 10, only had three days to study but it was enough time for her to win first place at her campus spelling bee on Friday.

Students were given their spelling words list on Monday.

At 9 a.m. Friday they were competing in the campus’ library. All 17 contestants were winners of their classroom spelling bees.

Fourth-grader Sophia Palacios finished second. She admits she only spent a day studying the spelling words.

Conner Garza, who finished third, was proud to announce he never looked at the spelling words list.

Natalie will represent the campus at the county spelling bee in February. Sophia is the alternate and will take Natalie’s place if she can’t make it.

Students competing in the campus bee were second-graders Sadie Cerda, Aaron Ibarra and Ismael Pulido; third-graders Zoe Cortez, Elias Guerrero and Christopher Sibrian; fourth-graders Jenni Guzman, Chris Galvan, Yesenia Aguirre, Sophia Palacios, Amy Flores and Saori Zamora; fifth-graders Max Valdez, Valerie Jaquess, Conner Garza, Natalia Heyliger and Aaron Escobar.

Calling the words was Beverly Richard.

Judges were Kay Danziger, Zach Lambert and Wanda Hillhouse. It took Natalia 19 rounds to claim the first-place trophy.

She won by correctly spelling the word “feisty.”

Competition was tough. Seven spellers were out in the first round. One misspelled a word in the second round and three misspelled words in the third round. In the fourth round, however, the students put on their thinking caps and none misspelled a word. Six students remained in competition going into the fifth round. Two misspelled words in that round — “lousy” and “during.” One misspelled “quiet” in the sixth round.

At the beginning of Round 17, word caller Beverly Richard and the judges agreed to ask tougher words.

“We’ve gone through the elementary and we’ve gone through a lot of middle school words, now it’s time for us to move onwards (to tougher words) so we can go home before it gets dark,” she said.

None of the remaining three contestants misspelled words in the next four rounds. Conner misspelled a word in Round 11. Natalia and Sophia went toe-to-toe through the rounds 12-17 before Sophia misspelled “brooding” in round 18.

Richard congratulated all the contestants, telling them they were all winners and should be proud to have won their classroom bees and compete in the campus bee. Three of the contestants had competed in years past. Students may compete through the eighth-grade.

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From left are fifth-grader Natalie Heyliger, 10, who finished first; fourth-grader Sophia Palacios, 9, who finished second; and fifth-grader Conner Garza, 10.

Fort Bend County Libraries’ George Memorial Library, 1001 Golfview in Richmond, will present a variety of free children’s programs, adult computer classes, book clubs, and special programs for people of all ages this month. All programs are free and open to the public. For more information, see the Fort Bend County Libraries website at www.fortbend.lib.tx.us or call George Memorial Library (281-342-4455) or the library system’s Communications Office at 281-633-4734. Please note the library will be closed Jan. 2 for New Year’s and Jan. 16 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.


Craft packets will be given out at the end of each program, so that children may take them home to enjoy.

Family Story Time: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:1510:45 a.m. in the Meeting Room. Families with children of all ages will enjoy stories, songs, and action rhymes. The schedule is: Jan. 4 and 5 – Polar Animals / Penguins; Jan. 11 and 12 –Construction; Jan. 18 and 19 – Fairy Tales / Rhymes; and Jan. 25 and 26 – Sheep.

Pajama Night Story Time: Thursdays from 6-6:30 p.m. Gives families an evening option for some activities presented during the day time. This activity is for all ages.

After-School Break: Takes place on the second and fourth Tuesday, from 4:15-5 p.m. in the Puppet Theater. Crafts, movies, stories, and more programs are designated for school-aged children in grades kindergarten through 5.Materials for these programs are made possible by the Friends of the George Memorial Library. The schedule of activities is as follows: Jan. 10 – Build It! and Jan. 24 – STEM: Make a Kite.


Young Adult Book Chatting: Wednesday, Jan. 11, 4-5 p.m. in Room 2C. Teen readers in grades 9-12 will have an opportunity to meet with others who share the same love for good books, and have a lively discussion on the reasons a book or its characters were liked or disliked. This month, readers will talk about books they are currently reading or ones they particularly like or dislike.

Young Adult Advisory Council: Wednesday, Jan. 18, 4-5 p.m. in Room 2C. Teens in grades 9-12 who are interested in an exciting new leadership opportunity and volunteer-service hours are invited to attend this meeting of the Young Adult Advisory Council. Members will have a chance to share ideas about library programs, to help out at events, to give suggestions for teen services, books, and movies, and to meet new people.

FAFSA 101:Wednesday, Jan. 25, 5-6 p.m. in Room 2C Completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application is the first step toward receiving federal or state financial aid for college, and it can be an intimidating task for many people. In this program, college-bound students and their parents will get a better understanding of the application and the process for applying for financial aid, including the who, what, when, where, and why of applying. Worksheets for the FAFSA can be downloaded from FAFSA’s webpage at studentaid.gov.


Revision-uary: Story-Revision Workshop: Thursdays, Jan. 5 and 26, 5:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 2C. This twopart, hands-on workshop for aspiring novelists will cover tips and tricks for pruning a draft into a polished novel. An extension of the library’s monthly Story Spinner’s Writing Club, this workshop will include a round-table discussion where participants can ask questions and bounce ideas off each other. The workshop is suitable for adults and teens aged 14 and up.

• January 5 – Part 1. After sharing introductions and goals, participants will hear tips for the revision phase of novel-writing, share aloud up to two pages of their works, and establish goals to work toward for Part 2 of the workshop.

• January 26 – Part 2. Participants will share updates on the goals they set for themselves and establish new goals that they would like to attain next. Everyone will have an opportunity to share aloud up to two polished pages of their work.

Crochet for Beginners: Saturday, Jan. 7, 2-3 p.m. in Meeting Room. Learn the basics of crochet in this hands-on class. This class is for adults and teens. Supplies are limited; reservations are recommended.

Family-History Research: Finding Death Records: Wednesday, Jan. 11, 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Computer Lab. Learn how to use various databases to discover someone’s death date, burial information, and probate records. Information on obtaining obituaries, pension records, and death certificates will also be discussed. Registration required.

Story Spinners Writing Club: Thursday, Jan. 19, 5:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 2C. This month’s topic is “Description.” From beginning blogger to published novelist, writers of all genres and experience levels are welcome to write, share, learn, support, network, and critique each other’s work. Writing prompts, brainteasers, and brief exercises will be available to ignite the imaginations of any and all wordsmiths who wish to hone their craft. This program is recommended for adults and teens aged 14 and up.

Family-History Research: Free Websites You Probably Don’t Use: Saturday, Jan. 21, 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Computer Lab. Learn about free online resources that people do not commonly consider when looking for genealogical information. Registration required.

Ancient Civilizations: Mesopotamia & Persia: Saturday, Jan. 21, 2-4 p.m. in the Meeting Room. Presented by architecture professor Sheba Akhtar. Learn how Mesopotamia became known as the “Cradle of Civilization” through its religion, writing, cities, art, and architecture. Akhtar will talk about the emergence of agriculture in the “fertile crescent.” Discover how Ancient Persia was shaped by events such as the Babylonians’ destruction of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem, the Persian Emperor Cyrus’s conquest of Babylon and reconstruction of the Jewish temple, and Alexander’s defeat of Persia and the burning of the Persian capital, Persepolis. This presentation is the first in a five-part se-

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Architecture professor Sheba Akhtar

Annual Caladium Bulb Sale returns

The Garden Club of Richmond is offering No. 1 “fancy-leafed” caladium bulbs for sale, which the club explained is best for the Fort Bend area. The bulbs are available in the following colors: Red Flash (red) and Carolyn Whorton (pink), which grow well in full sun or shade; Candidum (white), which thrives in partial sun or shade; White Christmas (white with intense green veining) and Fanny Munson (flamingo pink with green edges) which need shade; and FM Joyner (green netted veining with shades of pink and white), which is sun tolerant.

Native to the banks of the Amazon River in South America, Caladiums are tropical plants grown from a tuberous root often called bulbs.

They add a lush, exotic touch to summer gardens in our area. Easy to care for, the bulbs can provide a focal point for a sunny garden, enhance shady areas, or look stunning in patio containers.

Planting should take place in late April or early May when all danger of frost has passed, and the temperature reaches 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Bulbs can be pre-ordered and will be available for pick-up on March 1, 2 and 3 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Joseph’s Coffee & Cigars, 202 Morton Street in Richmond.

Bulbs are only sold in batches of 25 of a single color. Prices, including tax, are $36 for 25 bulbs, $68 for 50 bulbs and $134 for 100 bulbs.

To order, contact Nancie Rain at 713-898-8359 or nrain@comcast.net or Roberta Terrell at 281-343-9932 or robertaterrell@

Feb. 17 is the last day to place an order, and all orders must be paid for in advance.

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Annals of American History: Valley Forge: Saturday, Jan. 28, 2-3 p.m. in Room 2C. Houston Community College history professor Dr. Kent McGaughy will talk about the Battle of Valley Forge and how this pivotal battle changed the course of American history.


Book Break Book Club: Thursday, Jan. 19, at noon in Room 2A. A variety of popular fiction is discussed in this book club, which meets on the third Thursday of every month. Those attending may bring a lunch. This month, readers will discuss The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, written by V.E. Schwab. This selection is available in print, audio on CD, and digitally as an ebook and e-audiobook on OverDrive; call the library to check availability of additional print copies.

Heavy Inks Graphic Novel Book Club: Saturday, Jan. 21, 11 a.m. - noon in Room 2B. Readers of all ages who enjoy illustrated novels and comic books are invited to join this book club specifically for graphic-novel enthusiasts. For January, readers will discuss She-Hulk: Law & Disorder, created by Charles Soule. Call the library to check availability of additional print copies. This book club meets on the third Saturday of every month.

Live Online: FBCL Reads Online Book Club: Wednesday, Jan. 25, 10-11 a.m. FBCL Reads book-club meetings will be livestreamed through Webex so that readers can participate virtually and interact with others in real time; the book club will meet online on a permanent basis. The book to be discussed in January – The Rise of Wolf 8: Witnessing the Triumph of Yellowstone’s Underdog, written by Rick McIntyre -- is available in print and digitally as an ebook on OverDrive. Call the library to check availability of additional print copies. Registration is required.

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! Apply now for local Arts Fest

Are you an artist? From painters, sculptors, photographers, and glass artists to mixed media artists, woodworkers, and jewelry designers, the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation wants artists in all media to apply to participate in the second annual Sugar Land Arts Festival April 1-2.

During the inaugural edition, more than three thousand people visited more than a hundred artist booths, drinking hand-selected wines, eating delicious food, and enjoying live music. This time, the City of Sugar Land is partnering with the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation to celebrate the second annual event at the Smart Financial Centre Plaza.

The artist application process is free, and accepted artists will receive a $50 discount on booth space if their registration is completed by Jan. 31.

The Sugar Land Arts Fest is an outdoor art gallery event with live music and entertainment featuring world-class artists from all backgrounds and artwork in all media.

The application deadline is Feb. 28. Complete applications at sugarlandartsfest.com/artists. The required application materials are six images of artwork per artist, one photo to be featured as a profile image of the artist, and two photographs of the booth.

For more information, visit www.sugarlandartsfest.com or follow @SugarLandArtsFest on social media.

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Scholarship Opportunities

An up-to-date list of scholarship opportunities for WCJC students can be found at wcjc.edu.

Tuition & Fee Installment Plan

WCJC’s Tuition & Fee Installment Plan allows students to pay a percentage of tuition and fees at time of plan entry, plus a $35 non-refundable enrollment fee. The amount paid at plan entry differs per semester, as well as how long students have to spread out payments. Students should visit wcjc.edu for plan details.

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Pell Grants

Students who display exceptional financial need may be awarded a Federal Pell Grant. A Pell Grant is a form of “gift aid” that does not have to be paid back. Congress has increased the 2022-2023 Pell Grant maximum award to $6,895. Students enrolling for Fall 2022 must complete a 2022-2023 FAFSA and submit supporting documentation to the WCJC Financial Aid Office for eligibility consideration.

Federal Direct Student Loans

Students who have a complete financial aid file at WCJC and are achieving Satisfactory Academic Progress may qualify for subsidized and/or unsubsidized student loans.

Financial Aid Special Condition Request

This request enables qualified students to receive an increased Pell Grant award and possibly additional subsidized loan funds. It’s aimed at WCJC students who have faced a reduction in household income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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