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Sugar Land 2017 OFFICIAL NEWCOMERS GUIDE

GREYSTAR BEGINS LEASING AT OVERTURE SUGAR LAND

A new 55+ active adult rental community • Hospitals • Churches • Schools • Libraries

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A true master-planned community in Southwest Houston, First Colony has unsurpassed amenities and conveniences With a sense of family & community.

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Visit Colonial Oaks to Welcome to Sugar Land See and Feel the Difference and Fort Bend County

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owdy y’all, and welcome to Sugar Land and Fort Bend County! We’re so glad to have you here. If you’re new to our little corner of paradise then there is a lot you need to know, so settle down into a comfy chair with a tall glass of iced tea and get ready to explore this amazing corner of the world we call home. One of the first things you’ll learn about people here in Sugar Land and our neighbors in Missouri City, Stafford, Meadows Place and everywhere else this side of the Brazos is we’re a little different. Actually, we’re a lot different. This is one of the biggest melting pots of race, religion and culture on the planet. That’s a good thing and something we’re mighty proud of. We are a healthy mix of blacks, whites, Hispanics, Asians, Indians, Muslims, Hindus, Christians, Jews and/or probably a little Jedi, Sith, Vulcan or Klingon thrown in just for good measure. Seriously though, it’s not uncommon to see a mosque down the street from a church. In the summer of 2016, while the rest of the country was escalating racial violence and police were getting murdered, the

residents of Sugar Land came together in Town Square and with the blessings of prayers by a Joe Southern priest, imam and rabbi we held hands and made a video to challenge other cities to unite in their diversity. Not only did we set aside our differences as friends and neighbors, but we also found unity as we cheered our very own Sugar Land Skeeters baseball team to its first Atlantic League championship. We came together to celebrate the Olympic gold and silver medals brought home from Rio by favorite daughter Simone Manuel. We heaped praise on former Olympic champion Steven Lopez. We found a lot of cheer and celebrate throughout the year. Sugar Land is a worldclass city and a place where you can enjoy world-class entertainment in our new Smart Financial Centre, enjoy professional baseball at Constellation Field, tour numerous museums or spend some leisure time in one of our many parks. The city recently annexed Cullinan Park and is making huge im-

provements. New parks and trails are under development, including a new festival site and the second phase of the Brazos River Park, not far from the Smart Financial Centre and the city’s outdoor plaza there. When it comes to museums, we’ve got the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land and the new Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Museum. Later this year the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation Museum will open in a new, permanent home. Of course, all of this is tip-of-the-iceberg stuff when it comes to really exploring and appreciating everything Sugar Land has to offer. That’s why we invite you to flip through the pages of this guide to help you navigate all that our community has to offer. To help you stay on top of the news and events happening locally, please be sure to read the Fort Bend Star each week. It’s free to you, part of our way of saying welcome, we’re glad you’re here!

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Seniors living with memory loss need the extra assurance and guidance that we provide through our specialized memory care program called the Rhythm of the Day. We promote independence by offering as much or as little assistance as each resident needs to feel secure and have meaningful days.

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Houston’s First Hospital to Receive the Nation’s Highest Presidential Honor for Performance Excellence We’re extremely proud to be the recipient of the 2016 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. This unique national designation recognizes outstanding commitment to sustainable excellence through innovation, improvement and visionary leadership. And it serves as further proof of our own commitment to Advancing Health.

Learn what our recognition means for you. Visit memorialhermann.org/sharingdays

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brings fun and families together For The Fort Bend Star

ON TO SCIENCE AND PALEONTOLOGY

From Science on a Sphere to the Dig Pit, Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land has it all. With events for both children and adults, including field trips and exhibitions, there’s sure to be an activity for the entire family year round. The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land opened in the fall of 2009, and has been expanding ever since. The sprawling area is a result of a public-private partnership between the City of Sugar Land, Sugar Land 4B Corporation, Newline Communities and the Houston Museum of Natural Science. The 43,000-squarefoot facility was once a dormitory and storage facility for the Central State Prison Farm. Completed in 1939, it is one of Sugar Land’s oldest existing buildings.

“The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land is pleased to bring exciting science education exhibits to the Fort Bend community,” said Museum Director Adrienne Barker. “With attendance over 100,000 a year, visitors of all ages enjoy fossils, geodes, dinos, meteorites and more on display in our six exhibit halls. We encourage all science lovers to come explore.” Permanent exhibitions include the Life, Earth and Space Science exhibitions and The Hall of Paleontology and Discovery Works. The museum continually serves as a world-class science education resource in Fort Bend County. Other areas of interest at the museum include student labs, summer camps, and field trips. Highlights include a fullsize tyrannosaurus rex named Devil Rex, exotic frogs from several continents, a full-size Science on a Sphere globe – a 10-foot wide globe suspended from the atrium ceiling.

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“Four projectors make it appear to be the earth, the moon, planets and satellites. We can play specific programs on it with lecture or pre-recorded movies about things as diverse as energy, planets, and weather” Barker said. There’s also rare crystals from the Deccan Plateau in India, and an array of trilobites (or fossils) from around the world. Young paleontologists will enjoy the Dig Pit where children can uncover fossil replicas using small beach shovels provided by the museum. WHAT ARE THOSE? “These are carts volunteers open that contain ‘touchable’ artifacts,” mentioned Barker. “In the wildlife cart we have a zebra hoof, a leopard paw, an elephant tooth and a full skunk pelt. We have fabulous fossils in our paleo cart, as well.” All Scouts, including Webelos can earn their next merit badge, belt loop or pin with a little help from the many adventures and trails offered by the Houston Museum of Natural Science

Explore space indoors at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land. at Sugar Land, too. Plenty of activities to keep families busy during the school year, like the feature on space science in the planetarium. But sign up early for the very popular summer activities like the Xplorations Summer Camp for children ages 6-12. There’s also Star Warriors Academy, Crime Scene

Investigations, and for the biologists - Amazing Animals and Waterworks. Mom and Dad can participate as museum volunteers, who are always needed to help with field trips. Fur and fun can be found with PAWS, when children of all ages enjoy a love of reading with a little help

from a furry friend specially trained therapy dogs who volunteer as great listeners and help children become a more confident readers. Bring a favorite book or select one from the PAWS collection. For program and event information, email suga rla ndprog ra ms @ hmns.org.


Discover Fort Bend’s newest, interactive children’s center By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star

It’s sweet how an old sugar mill turned into a children’s museum can bring on the smiles. That’s exactly what happens at the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center in Sugar Land. The interactive museum located in the new Imperial Market, is an example of what can happen when a historic building is repurposed. At its grand opening last June, it attracted more than 2,500 visitors. Because the exhibits are continually changing, the museum continues to draw attention. All of the exhibits are used as platforms for learning for infants through children 12 years old, with specific measurable educational outcomes

for each. The curious child will be very happy. The popular museum was developed through massive community efforts including $4 million in gifts from 250 corporations. Johnson Development gave more than $5 million to restore the facility while the Houston Children’s Museum gave more than 10 years and over $1 million to make the center world class, said community promoter Nancy Olson who is also the wife of U.S. Rep. Pete Olson. The Discovery Center at 198 Kempner Street is located on the first floor of the old packaging warehouse for Imperial Sugar. The silos can be seen from U.S. 90. The museum is part of the redevelopment of the historic sugar mill being done by Johnson Development. In Kidtropolis youngsters can have their own city experience playing and learning

in pint-sized local businesses such as HEB supermarket, Wells Fargo Bank and a half of a Mercedes Benz. Visitors earn income by working in Kidtropolis and earning money in a way that models real life. By taking on the roles of producers, consumers and decision makers, the visitors get hands on experience with money management and financial planning. Other exhibits include How Does It Work,, Cyberchase, Dragons and Fairies, Tot Spot, Can I Do That and Faces of Fort Bend. Each of the titles draws the visitor into the museum. For example, the Dragons and Fairies is an exhibit on the culture and tradition of Vietnam. It uses traditional folktales as a vehicle to engage children and families in conversations, activities and resources related to learning more about Vietnam and the Vietnamese people. Cultural competency is important. During the week of Feb. 10-16 the center celebrated the “Spirit of Sankofa Wonderweek” to dive into African American History. On-going activities include making a straw rocket in honor of Mae C. Jemison, the first black female astronaut. Creating your own Gullah style quilt using colorful scraps of fabric. Plans are underway once

construction for Imperial Market is completed the Discovery Center will provide “PlayWorks” an outdoor playground where you leap, jump, crawl and climb up on the Discovery Center’s south side.

All activities and exhibits are included with the $12 admission per person. Children age 1 and under and Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center Members are admitted free of charge. Children

under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all time. Fore more information, call 832-742-2800 or visit www.childrensdiscoveryfb. org.

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Sugar Land Town Square mixes uptown with urban for growing community By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star

Sugar Land Town Square, in the heart of the City of Sugar Land, has shopping, community events, and great restaurants. Anchored by Sugar Land City Hall, the Square is growing with the community, while satisfying the varied tastes and styles of the population. The development of Sugar Land Town Square began in 2003 when Planned Community Developers partnered with the City of Sugar Land to create a new, unique downtown destination where Sugar Land residents could live, work, shop and relax. “Sugar Land Town Square is the heart of the community and a place where you can shop, dine, play and stay,” said Taylor Scott, event program manager for Sugar

Land Town Square. “We also host over 270 events per year in the plaza including live music, movie nights, dance lessons, car shows, singing competitions, magic shows, food and fashion events and so much more.” One of the fastest growing cities in Texas, Sugar Land’s population has grown from nearly 25,000 in 1990 to about 85,000 today. It is conveniently located just a few miles southwest of Houston. When it comes to food, there’s no end to the variety of restaurants. Finicky eaters – never fear. Mention food, and chefs and management agree they have “the largest collection of dining options in Sugar Land with enough options to satisfy any foodie or picky palette.” Shoppers and foodies alike can prepare themselves for fresh retail experiences as new stores come to Sugar

Land Town Square including Bacon Brothers Public House, Venetian Nail Spa, The Sugar Refinery Grub and Grogs, Boardroom Salon for Men and Vino & Vinyl will be opening in the next few months. “We are continuously working to elevate the tenant mix with diverse and unique shopping and dining options,” said Jennifer Fogle, director of retail leasing. An evening of dining and entertainment is a new addition this year with the added shuttle service to and from the Smart Financial Centre during its scheduled concert events. Visitors can now shop and dine at Sugar Land Town Square, followed by shuttle service to and from Smart Financial Centre. Riders will need to pre-purchase shuttle departure time online at http://sugarlandtownsquare.com/parking

Sugar Land Town Square provides a mix of shopping, dining and community experiences. and return to Town Square during the scheduled time periods. No additional reservation required. Tickets are $5 per person round trip with reservation (plus online processing fees) or $7.50 per person for walk-ons.

“So bring a date, bring a friend or bring your family and come experience The Square,” Scott said. Stay up-to-date with the current happenings in the Square by signing up for the weekly e-newsletter at www.

sugarlandtownsquare.com or by following on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/SugarLandTownSquare, Twitter @SLTownSquare and Instagram: SL_TownSquare.

Sugar Land dubbed ‘destination location’ after Smart Financial Centre opening By Subrata Barot For the Fort Bend Star

Newcomers to Fort Bend County and Sugar Land will experience fine living, dining, retail and recreation in the area – and many of the other suburbs of Houston provide the same. What other suburbs can’t provide, however, is the city’s newest, world-class and state-of-the-art indoor event and performance venue – Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land. Located on the corner of U.S. Highway 59 and University Boulevard,

the $84 million Smart Financial Centre is a massive 200,000-square-foot facility, which is set to bring culture, the arts and the who’s who of Hollywood and Broadway to Fort Bend County. From Jerry Seinfeld, who graced the venue earlier this year at its grand opening with two standup comedy performances, to Reba McEntire – the performance venue has already hosted several high-profile stars. And A-list entertainers like Sting, Billy Crystal, Chris Rock, Santana, Journey and Rod Stewart are slated to perform in the coming months. “Smart Financial Centre offers residents and the

Greater Houston region the opportunity to attend firstclass performances in a state-of-the-art facility using the latest acoustics and audio visual technology,” Sugar Land Mayor Joe Zimmerman said. “It complements other venues such as our minor league ballpark, Constellation Field, home of the 2016 Atlantic League Champion Sugar Land Skeeters and our new festival site. It is one more reason that our residents find Sugar Land the best place to live, work and play.” Aside from musical and comedic entertainment, the venue will also host commencement ceremonies for Fort Bend Independent

School District as well as various cultural programs. The venue, which is designed to be a “flexible space,” has a capacity of 6,400 seats and can be adjusted using moveable walls to be as small as 3,400. It also houses 14 luxury suites and corporate hospitality areas. It is operated by Sugar Land’s public/ private partner ACE SL, LLC. Zimmerman added that the Smart Financial Centre is already becoming an important anchor in what will be an exciting mixed-use commercial district. “The Smart Financial Center at Sugar Land further positions the city as a

destination location for culture and entertainment, promotes capital investment, creates new jobs, enhances educational opportunities,

increases tourism and creates unique destination activities attracting local and regional visitors,” he said.


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GREYSTAR

BEGINS LEASING AT OVERTURE

SUGAR LAND

A new 55+ active adult rental community


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MAINTENANCE - FREE LIVING Maintenance free living

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reystar is pleased to announce that leasing has started at Overture Sugar Land, a new 55-plus active adult rental community in Sugar Land. The new community will feature 200 luxury residences and more than 13,000 square feet of amenity space. Overture Sugar Land is located at 850 Imperial Boulevard at the intersection of Stadium Drive and Imperial Boulevard in the Imperial Master Development. “We are delighted to begin leasing at Overture Sugar Land,” said Trent Conner, Managing Director of Development for Greystar. “Residents will appreciate maintenance-free living, well-appointed interiors with

designer finishes and an outstanding amenity package.” Overture Sugar Land will include one and twobedroom floor plans ranging in size from 676 to 1,143 square feet of living space. The community will feature modern kitchens with granite countertops, tiled backsplashes, glass-paneled cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and under cabinet lighting. Interiors will include wood-style plank flooring, large windows to increase natural light, spacious bathrooms with spa-style showers and soaking tubs, walk-in closets, full size top-load washers and dryers and private balconies or patios in select units. CONTINUES...

• Full kitchens with range/oven, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator • Granite countertops • 9-foot ceilings • Private balconies or patios • Washer and dryer in each apartment residence • Energy-efficient design and appliances • Individually controlled heating and air conditioning • Underground heated parking • Plentiful storage • Smoke-free community


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With lifestyle and service as the key pillars of the community, Overture Sugar Land will offer planned trips and tours, Sunday brunch, social activities such as happy hours, cooking classes, wine tastings, professional concierge services, and thoughtfully designed amenity spaces. A full-time Activities Director and Resident Concierge will be on staff to serve residents through programming of activities and coordinating and delivering a la carte services (housekeeping, personal trainers, etc.). Additional amenities will include a resident clubhouse, swimming pool and spa, demonstration kitchen, coffee bar and bistro, library, game room, theater room, yoga studio, fitness center, full service hair salon, nail salon and business center.

OVERTURE SUGAR LAND 850 Imperial Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77498

855-910-5722 www.overturesugarland.com

Overture Sugar Land is located in the Imperial Master Development, just minutes from Oyster Creek Park, Cullinan Park and nearby walking trails and lakes. The community is just steps away from Constellation Field – the Sugar Land Skeeters baseball stadium, the weekly Farmers Market and the Historic District. Explore miles of pristine open space just outside your front door. The community is only steps away from area trails, hundreds of shops, boutiques, and restaurants. At Overture Sugar Land, you can live the life you always wanted today. Construction is expected to be completed by April 2017. For more information on the community, visit www.OvertureSugarLand.com.

About Greystar - Greystar is a leading, fully integrated real estate company offering expertise in investment management, development, and property management of rental housing properties globally. Headquartered in Charleston, S.C., with offices throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America, Greystar is the largest operator of apartments in the United States, managing over 400,000 units in over 160 markets globally. Greystar also has a robust institutional investment management platform dedicated to managing capital on behalf of a global network of institutional investors with over $14 billion in gross assets under management including $6.9 billion of developments underway. Greystar was founded by Bob Faith in 1993 with the intent to become a provider of world class service in the rental housing real estate business. To learn more about Greystar, visit www.greystar.com.


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believe. achieve. lead. Schedule a Campus Tour 281-263-9105 | fortbendchristian.org/RSVP 281-263-9175 | 1250 Seventh Street, Sugar Land, TX 77478

eorge Memorial Library, the main library in the system, has the largest collection of materials in the Fort Bend County Libraries systemapproximately 700,000. It has a particular focus on large-print books, parenting, Spanish-language books, teen materials, literacy materials, and text books from LCISD and FBISD. The library also houses the Genealogy and Local History Department on the second floor of the building; the department’s resources focus on the southeastern United States and includes materials relating to the history of the South, federal censuses, genealogy, and the Civil War. The Joe Grillo Science Center is located in the Children’s Department on the first floor. WiFi Access George Memorial Library provides free WiFi access to the public throughout the building. Contact the Adult Reference Department at George Memorial for more information and connection instructions to use your personal laptop at the library. Computer Lab George Memorial Library houses a new computer lab with 18 computers and an instructor’s computer, as well as a large screen to show computer/Internet screens, video tapes and satellite downlinks. When the lab is not being used for training purposes, it is open to the public. Patrons may reserve some of the computers at this branch. This facility is scheduled for renovation providing more space as the administrative offices will be moved to a new building. The new building will be an adjacent parcel of land recently acquired from the Fort Bend Country Club.

FIRST COLONY BRANCH LIBRARY 2121 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77479 281-238-2800 281-265-4440 FAX 281-565-0798 TTY Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

Hours of Operation Mon. 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Tues. 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Thurs. 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

FORT BEND COUNTY LAW LIBRARY 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle, Rm 30298 Richmond, TX 77469 281-341-3718 281-342-0734 FAX Hours of Operation Mon. - Fri. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat. & Sun. CLOSED

GEORGE MEMORIAL LIBRARY (MAIN) 1001 Golfview Drive Richmond, TX 77469 281-342-4455 281-341-2688 FAX; Administration 281-341-2689 FAX: Adult Services 281-341-2669 TTY

ALBERT GEORGE BRANCH LIBRARY 9230 Gene Street Needville, TX 77461 979-793-4270 281-342-5992 FAX 979-793-3672 TTY


Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

BOB LUTTS FULSHEAR/ SIMONTON BRANCH LIBRARY 8100 FM 359 South P.O. Box 907 Fulshear, TX 77441-0907 281-633-4675 281-346-1265 FAX 281-346-1281 TTY Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

CINCO RANCH LIBRARY 2620 Commercial Center Blvd. Katy, TX 77494-6407 281-395-1311 281-395-6377 FAX 281-693-7845 TTY Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

MAMIE GEORGE BRANCH LIBRARY 320 Dulles Avenue Stafford, TX 77477 281-238-2880 281-242-5793 FAX 281-242-5793 TTY Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

MISSOURI CITY BRANCH LIBRARY 1530 Texas Parkway Missouri City, TX 77489 281-238-2100 281-261-5829 FAX 281-261-5944 TTY Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

SIENNA BRANCH LIBRARY 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd. Missouri City, TX 77459-7113 281-238-2900 281-238-2901 FAX 281-778-3657 TTY

Hours of Operation Mon. 7:30 am - 9:00 pm Tues. 7:30 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 7:30 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 7:30 am - 9:00 pm Fri. 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

SUGAR LAND BRANCH LIBRARY 550 Eldridge Sugar Land, TX 77478 281-238-2140 281-277-8945 FAX 281-277-8963 TTY Hours of Operation Mon. 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

UNIVERSITY BRANCH LIBRARY 14010 University Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77479-4295 281-633-5100 281-313-4928 FAX Hours of Operation Mon. 10:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tues. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Wed. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Thurs. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri. 10:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun. CLOSED

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Sugar Land faith directory APOSTOLIC CHURCH 2810575-9355 10540 Synott Road Sugar Land,TX 77498 ARABIC CHURCH OF HOUSTON 281-403-0434 3403 Cartwright Road Missouri City, TX 77459 www.achouston.org CHINMAYA MISSION HOUSTON 281-568-9520 10353 Synott Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.chinmayahouston.org DARUL ULOOM TEXAS MASJID 713-205-6129 11920 Hwy 6 #1400 Sugar Land,TX 77498 www.dutx.org ISGH MARYAM ISLAMIC CENTER 281-713-3500 504 Sartartia Road Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.maryammasjid.org ISGH MASJID ATTAQWA 281-236-2989 10415 Synott Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.masjidattaqwa.com CHRIST UNITED METHODIST 281-980-6888 3300 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.cumcsl.org CHRISTIAN FAMILY CENTER 281-340-2400 11000 Dairy Ashford Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.cfcbilingualacademy.com CHRISTIAN LIFE CHURCH OF SUGAR LAND 11122 S. Highway 6 Sugar Land, Tx 77498 281-495-7688 www.clcsugarland.com CHURCH OF CHRIST SUGAR LAND 281-561-0881 15590 Voss Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 CHURCH OF GOD SUGAR LAND 281-242-2424 1715 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 CONGREGATION BETH EL 281-499-5066 3900 Raoul Wallenberg Lane Missouri City, TX 77459

CORNERSTONE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 281-491-3614 2515 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 cornerstonesugarland.com

GRACE CHURCH 281-778-1104 4309 Sienna Parkway, Suite 690 Missouri City, TX 77459 www.experiencehisgrace.com

OAK LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH 281-568-7220 15555 West Airport Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.oaklakebaptist.org

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 281-240-6721 12627 West Bellfort Avenue Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.stasugarland.com

CROSS BRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 281-313-8300 1049 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.crossbridge.cc

GRACE CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 832-382-3316 16755 Southwest Freeway Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.slcbc.org

PARKWAY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 281-494-5050 5801 New Territory Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.parkwayumc.org

SUGAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 281-242-2858 13333 Southwest Freeway Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.sugarcreek.net

ELDRIDGE ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST 281-494-7106 410 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478

GRAND PARKWAY BAPTIST CHURCH 281-277-2200 12000 FM 1464 Richmond, TX 77407 www.grandparkway.org

PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 281-495-8151 8727 Gaines Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.providence christianchurch.com

SUGAR LAND CHINESE CHURCH 281-491-9137 2565 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478

FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 281-242-7729 800 Brooks Street Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.flcsl.org FAMILY LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 281-879-Life (5433) 16425 Old Richmond Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.flcf.com FELLOWSHIP CHURCH NETWORK 713-471-9588 2922 Planters Street Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.faithstreet.com FIRST COLONY BIBLE CHAPEL 281-265-3411 3610 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.firstcolonybible.org FIRST COLONY CHURCH OF CHRIST 281-980-7070 2140 First Colony Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.firstcolonychurch.org FIRST COLONY CHRISTIAN CHURCH AND COMMUNITY CENTER 281-980-4141 4141 Sweetwater Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.fcccdoc.org FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 281-240-3195 502 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.fpcsl.org FISHERS OF MEN LUTHERAN CHURCH 281-242-7711 2011 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.fishersofmen.org FRIENDSHIP MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 281-277-5014 16138 W. Bellfort Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.fannersoftheflame.org

HERITAGE BAPTIST CHURCH 281-403-4994 2223 FM 1092 Missouri City, TX 77459 www.hbctx.org HOI THANH BAPTIST VIETNAM 281-265-6378 3219 Silent Spring Drive Sugar Land,TX 77479 www.niemhyvong.org HOLY CROSS EPISCOPAL 281-633-2000 5653 West River Park Drive Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.holycrosschurch.com LA PUERTA ABIERTA CHURCH 281-494-4111 126 Avenue F Sugar Land TX, 77498 www.iglesialapuertaabierta.com MASJID ISTIQLAL HOUSTON 832-598-8036 15303 McKaskle Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.imchouston.org MASJID SABIREEN 713-261-7419 610 Brand Lane Stafford, TX 77477 www.masjidsabireen.org MISSOURI CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST 2019 Bright Meadows Dr. Missouri City, Tx 77489 281-261-8944 www.mocitycoc.org

PROVIDENCE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 281-980-2522 3510 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.providence presbyterian.org RIVER POINTE COMMUNITY CHURCH 281-277-6767 5000 Ransom Rd. Richmond, TX 77469 www.riverpointe.org SRI ASHTALAKSHMI TEMPLE 281-498-2344 10098 SYNOTT ROAD SUGAR LAND, TX 77498 www.ashtalakshmi.org SHRI KRISHNA VRUNDAVANA TEMPLE 713-589-9183 10223 Synott Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.txtemple.org SOUTHMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 281-499-2310 4200 Cartwright Rd. Missouri City, TX 77459 www.southminpres.org ST. LAURENCE CATHOLIC 281-980-9812 3100 Sweetwater Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.stlaurence.org

SUGAR GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST 281-530-9651 11600 West Airport Meadows Place, TX 77477 www.sugargrove.org SUGAR LAND BIBLE CHURCH 281-491-7773 401 Matlage Way Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.slbc.org SUGAR LAND CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 281-499-1763 10408 Cash Road Stafford TX www.slcbc.org SUGAR LAND CHURCH OF CHRIST 281-561-0881 15590 Voss Road Sugar Land,TX 77498 www.slcoc.org SUGAR LAND FAMILY CHURCH 281-313-1110 1110 Burney Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.slfconline.com SUGAR LAND BAPTIST CHURCH 281-980-4431 16755 SW Freeway Sugar Land, TX 77479 www.sugarlandbaptist.org SUGAR LAND FIRST UNITED METHODIST 281-491-6041 431 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.sugarlandmethodist.org

MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH 281-494-3826 127 Avenue E Sugar Land, TX 77498

ST. MARTINS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 281-980-0695 1123 Burney Road Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.stmartinslc.org

SUGAR LAND VINEYARD 281-240-VINE (8463) 5015 Grove West Blvd. Stafford, TX 77477 www.slvineyard.org

MURPHY ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST 281-261-5216 2025 Murphy Road Missouri City, TX 77459 www.murphyroadchurch.org

ST. THERESA CATHOLIC CHURCH 281-494-1156 705 St. Theresa Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77498 www.sttheresasugarland.org

TEXAS HOUSTON SOUTH MISSION 281-565-7117 602 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.texashoustonsouthmission.com

THE BRIDGE FELLOWSHIP 281-494-3036 802 Brooks Street Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.thebridgefellowship.org THE EPICENTER CHURCH 281-491-0000 1730 Williams Trace Blvd., Suite 1 Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.epicenter-church.com THE FREEDOM CENTER 281-499-0594 2303 FM 1092 Missouri City, TX 77459 www.freedomcentechurch.com THE FORT BEND CHURCH 281-980-8322 1900 Eldridge Road Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.thebend.org THE EPICENTER CHURCH 281-491-000 1730 Williams Trace Blvd., Suite I Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.epicenter-church.com THOMPSON CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 281-565-0254 419 Sartatia Road Sugar Land, TX 77479 TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 281-980-8822 4411 Wickford Circle Sugar Land, TX 77479 TRIUMPH CHRISTIAN CENTER 281-242-5109 13100 Southwest Freeway Sugar Land, TX 77478 TRIUMPH CHURCH SUGAR LAND 281-416-4771 10555 West Airport Blvd. Stafford, TX 77477 www.triumphchurch.com VICTORY ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 281-575-1157 8207 Gaines Road Sugar Land,TX 77498 VICTORY OF PRAISE CHURCH 832-508-9903 13434 Southwest Freeway (SpringHill Suites) Sugar Land, TX 77478 www.victoryofpraisechurch.org ZUN NURAIN MASJID 832-607-3594 16305 Kensington Drive #210 Sugar Land, TX 77479

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Fort Bend colleges & universities University of Houston System at Sugar Land 832-842-2900 http://www.sugarland.uh.edu

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River offers the combined UH System resources—University of Houston, UH-Clear Lake, and UH-Victoria and through these programs, the institutions offer junior, senior, and graduate courses for more than 20 bachelor’s and master’s degrees in applied arts and sciences, biology, business administration, computer science, criminal justice, and education. The UHSSL is part of the four UH universities in the system that includes a public broadcast educational television station and the largest university distance learning program in Texas. Each degree at UHSSL is sponsored by one of three universities. The UHSSL also partners with Houston Community College, Wharton County Junior College, and other area community colleges. For more information, call 281-275-3300.

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an associate in arts degree for transfers to a four-year institution, associate of arts in teaching degree, associate in applied science degrees, and certificate programs. Web-based and interactive television distance education courses are also available. For more information about programs or registration, call 800-561-9252 or 979-532-4560 for the Wharton campus, 281-243-8447 for the Sugar Land campus, or 281-239-1500 for the WCJC Fort Bend Technical Center. The college also offers classes at the Bay City campus.

Wharton County Junior College (WCJC) has four campuses in Wharton, Sugar Land, Richmond and Bay City, and at other off-site locations. Students will be able to access learning 24/7 in a virtual campus to complete certificate and degree programs online. WCCJ offers

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Houston Community College (HCC) System has many college campuses and is the fourth-largest community college system in the United States, HCC-Southwest has college campuses in Stafford on Cash Road and in Missouri City at Sienna Plantation. It offer academic courses for associate’s degrees, terminal degrees, certification and for transfers to four-year institutions in core curriculum in more than 70 fields of work, also in continuing education, for non-degree options and corporate training. For more information about programs or registration, visit HCC’s website or call 713-718-2000 (Local) or 877-4226111 (Outside Houston Area).

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Sugar Land hospitals, diagnostic center, ER directory BREAST CARE CENTER HOUSTON METHODIST SUGAR LAND HOSPITAL 16655 Southwest Frwy. Sugar Land, TX 77479 281.242.PINK (7465) CHI ST. LUKE’S SUGAR LAND HOSPITAL 1317 Lake Pointe Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77478 281-637-7000 EMERUS 24 HOUR EMERGENCY HOSPITAL 16000 Southwest Freeway Suite 100 Sugar Land, TX 77479 281-277-0911 FORT BEND MEDICAL & DIAGNOSTIC CENTER/ KELSEY SEYBOLD CLINIC 11555 University Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77478 713442-9100

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Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center is the cool place to be By Theresa McClellan For the Fort Bend Star

It’s an ice rink but there is yearlong fun to be had at the Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center for public and private skaters. From ice hockey, figure skating and broomball to private parties for schools, churches, companies, friends and family, the center at 16225 Lexington Blvd. wants to be the coolest place in Sugar Land. They offer figure skating development and classes for beginners through

advanced levels. Competition shows, exhibitions, recitals and the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program encourage participation from the young to the young at heart. They have a highly qualified professional coaching staff that includes national coaches and former World and Olympic competitors. Each coach is a member of at least one of the following organizations recognized worldwide: Ice Skating Institute, U.S. Figure Skating, U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills and the Professional Skaters Asso-

ciation. Party planner Carrie Gould has summer events encouraging folks to bring their day camp attendees for pizza, ice skating, broomball or street hockey and 30-minute lessons. Scouts can come as a troop and earn a SLICE badge with any troop skate. Winter events include classes like The Mighty Mites, designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey skills from the basics of skating, building all the way up to game skills such as stick handling, passing and shooting. Hockey Director Erin Blake offers pri-

vate lessons, and Sugar Land Ice has youth and adult leagues as well as summer clinics and camps. The Legends of Music begins May 13 and registration ends March 1. The show is similar to the Nutcracker on Ice but with contemporary music featuring the works of Lady Gaga, Frank Sinatra, The Rolling Stones, Prince, Cyndi Lauper, Tina Turner, Elton John and Michael Jackson. Skaters begin practicing March 19 for the show that is sure to excite. To learn more Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center, visit sugarlandice.com.

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Pictured in a show of unity are, from the left, Sugar Land City Councilwoman Amy Mitchell, Fr. Simon Kipiti of St. Laurence Catholic Church, Gaurang Nanavaty of Chinmaya Mission Houston, Imam Tauqer Shah of Maryam Islamic Center, Rabbi Joshua Lobel of Congregation Beth El and Sugar Land Mayor Joe Zimmerman.

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Message of unity and respect sent out to the country in wake of violence By Joe Southern jsouthern @ fortbendstar.com

Citizens of Sugar Land stood together Sunday afternoon on the steps of City Hall to proclaim to the world their unity in diversity and to challenge other communities to do the same. The event was hastily organized in the wake of shootings of police officers in Dallas the previous week and heightened in urgency when earlier in the day three police officers in

Baton Rouge, La., were shot to death. The purpose was to create a video that shows people of Sugar Land of all races, ethnicities and religions standing together to decry the racism and violence that has been tearing the country apart. City Councilwoman Amy Mitchell and Michele Fisher served as emcees of the event. They called the police officers in attendance to the stage amid great applause. “As you can see, our message is loud and clear: We stand behind our police,” Mitchell said. “Sugar Land stands together in support

Mayor Joe Zimmerman

Residents of all race, religion and ethnicity pose together on the steps of Sugar Land City Hall in a show of peace and unity during the “Sugar Land, Let’s Stand Together” event Sunday afternoon.

and respect of one of the finest police departments in the country. You keep us safe. … We couldn’t do it without you and we really, really appreciate it. Thank you for always putting your lives on the line.” Mayor Joe Zimmerman thanked them for what they do. “We stand behind our police,” he said. “We stand behind our police, fire, EMS, emergency management and dispatch. Those are the men and women who altogether protect us, not only through times of extreme events, weather,

etc., but they’re always here for us.” He also thanked the volunteers who pulled the event together on such short notice. “This was organized by our citizens to recognize our community, not only the diversity of our community but also the support of our police, fire, EMS, emergency management and dispatch,” he said. The remarks were followed by comments and prayers from representatives of Islamic, Jewish, Christian and Hindu faiths. “God created us different

so that we may recognize and appreciate one another,” said Imam Tauqer Shah of Maryam Islamic Center. “He did not create us in different ways so that we would be divided as a race, religion and ethnicity. But instead it was to be a recognition and appreciation of his diversity. It was to build tolerance, understanding and acceptance of each other. “Today we gather here for a cause to reaffirm our position of peace and unity. We stand together to show that we have far more in common that unites us rather than divide us. We stand

united against evil, bigotry, hatred and extremism of all kind and any form. We stand side-by-side because we care, love, respect our neighbors.” He was followed by Rabbi Joshua Lobel of Congregation Beth El in Missouri City. “We stand here as one before The One. The one God of heaven and earth, the creator and sustainer of our world. … Open ourselves up to understand all sides of an issue.

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Skeeters set to defend Atlantic League title By Joe Southern jsouthern @ fortbenstar.com

The Sugar Land Skeeters are doing something this season the baseball team has never done in its previous five years of existence. They are defending the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball championship. The Skeeters begin their title defense at Constellation Field on Thursday, April 20, against the Bridgeport Bluefish. The team will celebrate its championship season from April 20-26 with special promotions and events during the sevengame homestand versus the Bluefish. The Skeeters road schedule begins on Friday, April 28 when they travel to Lancaster and Southern Maryland (April 28-May 4). The Skeeters won the 2016 championship in spectacular fashion, making a late-season dash to clinch a playoff spot and then sweeping the York Revolution in the divisional series and the Long Island Ducks in the championship series. The championship came in just the fifth year of the franchise and was the third playoff appearance for the Skeeters. It was an improbable accomplishment for a team that struggled to keep a winning record all season and nearly collapsed at the end with a 4-14 skid that ended with a four-game series sweep and a sixgame run in the playoffs. “They stuck together and pulled it through the tough times,” owner Bob Zlotnik said during a postseason celebration last October. The Skeeters were 3535 and five games out of

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Skeeters President Jay Miller, right, visits with Manager Gary Gaetti before a critical game last season against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs.

Sugar Land Skeeters players celebrate their victory over the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs that clinched a spot in the playoffs.

Sugar Land Skeeters Manager Gary Gaetti, left, presents the team MCP award to Jeremy Barfield with the help of mascot Swatson. first at the end of the first half of the season. They came on strong in the second half, building a three-game lead before hitting the skid and sliding toward the brink of playoff elimination. The Skeeters rebounded and went 10-0 at the end, eliminating the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs from playoff contention, sweeping the York Revolution for the Freedom Division title and downing the Liberty Division champion Long Island Ducks for the league crown. “The team did really well. We kind of had our ups and downs during the season,” Zlotnik said. Team President Jay

Miller earned his 11th championship ring as a baseball executive. “To win it my first year here is really great fun,” he said. “We have a great team, great ownership and great fans and that just made it fun.” Among his stated goals at the start of the season were leading the league in attendance and winning a championship. “We got one of the two,” he said. “Next year I’ll have the same two goals.” Going into the 2017 season, the 20th anniversary season for the Atlantic League and the sixth season for the Skeeters, the team

In one of the most crucial moments in Sugar Land Skeeters history, Ricky Hague dives for home to score the winning run against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs that clinched a playoff spot for the Skeeters. is planning some major promotions to build on their success and to draw more fans to Constellation Field. The schedule features the return of fan favorite promotions including Friday fireworks, Saturday post-

game concerts, drink and food specials, promotional giveaways and much more. Fans can plan on 11 weekend series at the ballpark, including two day/ night doubleheaders on May 20 against York Revolution

and May 23 with the Somerset Patriots. The Skeeters play 70 home games during the season including Mother’s Day

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Thursday, April 20: Replica Ring Giveaway sponsored by Assured Flow Solutions Thursday, April 20: Magnet Schedule Giveaway Saturday, April 22: Skeeters Hat Giveaway sponsored MemberSource Credit Union Sunday, May 7: Beach Towel Giveaway Saturday, May 13: Molly Ringwald’s Post-Game Concert

H SKEETERS, FROM PG 26 on May 14, hosting the Lancaster Barnstormers, and the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs in a four-game series over Labor Day weekend (Sept. 1-4). The 140-game ALPB schedule is divided into two 70-game halves, with the first half ending on Sunday, July 2, and the regular season ending on Sunday, Sept. 17. The winners of each half of play make the playoffs. In the event one team wins both halves, a wild card team – the one with the next-best record in the division – advances. The eight-team league is divided into two divisions, Liberty and Freedom. Both 2017 Division Championship Series matchups will take place the week of Sept. 18 with the Atlantic League Championship Series occurring the week of Sept. 25. The 20th annual Atlantic League AllStar game will be hosted

Saturday, May 20: Team Jersey Giveaway sponsored by Texas Direct Auto Sunday, May 21: Skeeters Umbrella Giveaway sponsored by Constellation Friday, June 9: Spazmatics Post-Game Concert Sunday, June 11: Lighting Phone Fans sponsored by Constellation Saturday, June 24: Parrothead Night with a PostGame Concert by Jerry Diaz and Hanna’s Reef (Jimmy Buffett cover band) Sunday, June 25: Replica Championship Flag Giveaway

by the Somerset Patriots on Wednesday, July 12, at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J. Opening Day on April 20 will bring a lot of excitement for fans as the champions are presented their rings, along with replica rings given to fans. Full details are being worked out at the time of this writing in February, but it will be a day and a weekend Skeeters fans will not want to miss. Going into the 2017 season, the Skeeters are building on the core from last year’s title team. Central to that was inking Manager Gary Gaetti to a one-year contract extension. Gaetti, the only manager in franchise history, was hired as the club’s inaugural manager in 2011 and will be starting his sixth year with the Skeeters. Under Gaetti’s leadership, the Skeeters became the first team to go 6-0 in the playoffs and ended the 2016 campaign with 10 straight wins. The team has reached the league playoffs in three of five seasons, including two Championship Series appearances (2014, 2016).

Saturday, July 15: Craig Biggio Hall of Fame Bobblehead Sunday, July 16: Swatson Bobblebelly Giveaway Saturday, July 29: Desk Weight Ring Replica sponsored by Memorial Hermann Sunday, July 30: Team Card Set Saturday, Aug. 19: Post-Game Concert – Micky and the Motorcars concert Sunday, Aug. 20: Skeeters Dufflebag Saturday, Sept. 2: Lunch Box Giveaway-sponsored by Texas Direct Auto Sunday, Sept. 3: Camo Hat Giveaway-sponsored by Republic Services

Gaetti in his five years as manager has compiled a 381-318 (.545) regular season record. The 2013 campaign was a recordbreaking year compiling a 95-45 overall record and he was named the Atlantic League Manager of the Year in just his second season as manager. Gaetti is a veteran of 20 major league seasons as a player with the Minnesota Twins, California Angels, Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox. Returning for his fifth season as a Skeeter is player/coach Travis Scott. Scott is a catcher and first baseman and a former ALPB All-Star MVP. Outfielder Rene Tosoni, who played with the Minnesota Twins in the 2011 season, is returning this year. Other signings were pending at the time of this writing. For more information about the Sugar Land Skeeters and to order tickets, visit www. sugaralndskeeters.com or call 281-240-4487.

Important Numbers to Keep AREA SCHOOL DISTRICTS FORT BEND ISD 16431 Lexington Blvd. Sugar Land, Texas 77479 281-634-1000 www.fortbendisd.com LAMAR CISD 3911 Avenue I Rosenberg, Texas 77471 832-223-0000 www.lcisd.org

FORT BEND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Contact the Chamber of Commerce for a Relocation Package. Includes a magazine with information on area housing, schools, churches, retail, restaurants and more. The Chamber also sells Fort Bend County street maps for $2. 445 Commerce Green Blvd. Sugar Land, Texas 77478 281-491-0800 www.fortbendchamber.com FORT BEND ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 281-343-9300 Contact the Fort Bend Association of Realtors for information on a Realtor in the Fort Bend County area. You also may want to request a copy of the association’s annual publication. Fort Bend County Houston’s Finest Address A Guide to Homes, Neighborhoods and Lifestyles.

FORT BEND COUNTY COURTHOUSE 309 South Fourth Street Richmond, Texas 77469 (Mailing Address) 301 Jackson Richmond, Texas 77479 281-342-3411 Fax Back Info Line 281-243-8121 FORT BEND CENTRAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT 2801 B.F. Terry Blvd. Rosenberg, Texas 77471 281-344-8623 www.fbcad.org TEXAS DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY (Driver’s License) 28000 Southwest Freeway Rosenberg, Texas 77471 281-517-1630 www.txdps.state.tx.us COMCAST-XFINITY STORE 16111 Kensington Drive Sugar Land, Texas 77479 800-266-2278

U.S. POST OFFICE SUGAR LAND MAIN POST OFFICE 225 Matlage Way Sugar Land, Texas 77478-3273 281-494-0013 FIRST COLONY BRANCH 3130 Grants Lake Blvd. Sugar Land, Texas 77479 800-275-8777 GAS SERVICE CENTERPOINT ENERGY 713-659-8036 800-752-8036 www.centerpointenergy.com ELECTRIC SERVICE RELIANT ENERGY All Service Requests Handled via phone 713-207-7777 www.powertochoose.org (this is where you can choose your electric provider) WATER SERVICE CITY OF SUGAR LAND TREASURY MANAGEMENT 2700 Town Center Blvd. North Sugar Land, Texas 77479 281-275-2750

Rahlita D. Thornton, Attorney Thornton & Thornton

Member of Fort Bend Bar Association. Serving Fort Bend and Surrounding Counties

Serious Accidents • Divorce • Criminal Child Support • Custody • Wills Probate • Power of Attorney

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WINDSTREAM COMMUNICATIONS 8306 Highway 90A MCI 888-624-5622 AT&T 800-288-2020 COMCAST-XFINITY 713-341-1000 800-776-9993 SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 10703 Stancliff Houston, Texas 77099 800-772-1213 www.ssa.gov AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION LICENSE PLATES

Jennifer Weaver

FORT BEND COUNTY TAX ASSESSORCOLLECTOR 12550 Emily Court Sugar Land Substation 281-242-4311 FORT BEND AUTO REGISTRATION 500 Liberty Street Richmond, Texas 77469 281-341-3709 FORT BEND COUNTY REGISTRATION & TITLING Mailing Address: (FB Co Tax Office) 1317 Eugene Heimann Circle Richmond, Texas 77469 DMV PHONE NUMBER 281-341-3710 fax 281-238-3265 fbauto@co.fort-bend.tx.us www.co.fort-bend.tx.us Also, online auto registration renewal; visit TxDMV Vehicle Registration Renewal for eligibility requirements.

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Jennifer@JenniferWeaver.com www.JenniferWeaver.com VOTER REGISTRATION Ask for a voter registration card at Sugar Land CIty Hall, a U.S. Post Office or a county office. Return the form to the Voter Registrar. Questions should be addressed to the Elections/VOter Registration Office at 281-341-8670. RECYCLING CURBSIDE Sugar Land Drop Off Centers are closed permanently. FORT BEND COUNTY RECYCLING & ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER 1200 Blume Road. Rosenberg, Texas 77471 281-633-7581 281-633-+7527 (Recording)

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281.633.2846 • www.rosenbergRRmuseum.org “Servicing the community for over 26 years “ All first time patients receive a free Physical and a Intestinal parasite exam on first visit.

281-242-9070 James Cox, DVM www.sugarcreekanimalclinic.com

BARBER SHOP 281-242-3080 5022 HIGHWAY 90A

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See me today and get the discounts and service you deserve. Diane R. Schomburg, Agent Phone: 281-265-6100 • Fax: 281-265-2093 1716 Dulles Ave. Suite 102 • Sugar Land, TX 74778 www.dianeschomburg.com diane@dianeschomburg.com

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Providing extensive rehabilitation and nursing care while ensuring high quality outcomes for your loved ones. Delivering Quality Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Care to our Community for over 30 years. The premier nursing facility in Sugar Land

CHARLTON’S Body Repair

Local Family Business Since 1957 DOMESTIC • IMPORT • HONEST SERVICE

• Vehicles, Motor Homes and RV’s • Complete Collision Repair • We Handle All Insurance Claims • Frame & Unibody Straightened • Expert Computer Color Matching • Custom Painting & Pin Stripping

Hours: Mon-Fri: 7-6 PM

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1131 Staffordshire @ 5th St. Stafford, Texas

Honored to be your choice for life insurance.

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LISA N. SIMS, AGENT 11647 S Highway 6, Sugar Land, TX 77498 Toll Free: 281-201-2448 lisa@agentlisasims.com

Call us to schedule a tour today!

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LISA N. SIMS, AGENT

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Banking Services and Auto Insurance

Monday - Friday 9 - 6 Saturday 10 - 2 After hours by appointment Se habla Español

JEANNE GREGORY REALTOR, CRS, GRI, ABR

FACTORY DIRECT Soaking Tubs Spas Whirlpools & Air Baths Finlandia Saunas Walk-In Tubs Custom Cultured Marble Tub Surrounds Showers & Vanity Tops Church Baptistries Granite & Silestone

Engineered for Performance

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Marathon Spa & Bath is a family owned and operated business that has supplied quality products to the public for over 35 years. Our state-of-the-art products are made of the finest components available. Each unit is assembled with painstaking care to assure you maximum enjoyment, ease of operation, and years of trouble-free service. We take pride in our products and make them with the consumer in mind. Come visit our spacious showroom: 1549 Highway 36 North Rosenberg, Texas 77471 Phone:

Mon-Fri: 8:30 - 5:00pm Sat: 9:00 - 2:00pm

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Fax: 281-342-8756 E-mail: spa2bath@yahoo.com

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www.jeannegregory.com jeanne@jeannegregory.com All dogs, all the time! We are a family owned and operated canine destination placing a premium on quality care, first class grooming, and amenities and services. Our Dog utopia provides a safe, clean, and loving environment for your best friend ...one wet nose at a time!

832.759.6282

Walk-Ins & Appointments are Welcome.

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Grooming since 1998

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We Sell, Service and Install

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LICENSE # TACLB18036E

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Center of Attention Anchored on the bustling corner of Highway 6 and U.S. 59, Sugar Land Town Square is Fort Bend County’s go-to destination for dynamic shopping, dining and entertainment. Here, charming sidewalk cafes and upscale retailers provide visitors the perfect setting to mix and mingle.

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Sugar Land stands together H UNITY, FROM PG 24 When evil darkens our world, let us be the bearers of light,” he said. “When fists are clinched in selfrighteous rage, let our hands be open for the sake of peace. … When bias, greed and bigotry erode our country’s values, let us proclaim liberty throughout the land.” Fr. Simon Kipiti of St. Laurence Catholic Church said, “We are gathered today out of respect of the gift of life that you give to each one of us.” He prayed for peace and unity to prevail over the evil in the land. Finally, Gaurang Nanavaty of Chinmaya Mission Houston gave his blessing. “Unless our hearts change, nothing can change. Give us the understanding. When I look at a rainbow I see seven colors but my intellect understands there is but one real sun and it appears as seven colors. The colors don’t compete and fight with each other; they are but one appearing as seven, in the same way O Lord, you are one.” After the prayers, members of Boy Scout troops 797 and 992 presented the flags and Angie Gooden sang the National Anthem. The event concluded with those in attendance gathering on the steps of City Hall and recording a video of them saying “We are Sugar Land. We are Texas. We are America. We are a community of respect. We stand united.” The final copy of the video will include a challenge from Zimmerman to other mayors across the country to create their own video projects to spread a message of unity and respect.

Sugar Land receives $500,000 donation for Cullinan Park development The Cullinan Park Conservancy’s recent contribution of $500,000 to the City of Sugar Land is a milestone in the future development of Cullinan Park – 754 acres of mostly inaccessible forest and wetlands north of Sugar Land Regional Airport. The donation was made possible, in part, by The George Foundation’s commitment of $1 million and the Wortham Foundation’s award of $250,000 for park improvements. Sugar Land annexed the park earlier this year after signing historic agreements with the conservancy, the City of Houston and the Houston Parks Board. Future development of the property has long been targeted by the community and is consistent with the conservancy’s efforts to preserve the vast natural resources of the park. “The Lucie H. and Joseph S. Cullinan Park has long been considered a natural oasis in our

region,” said Director of Parks and Recreation Joe Chesser. “We’re extremely excited for this once-in-alifetime opportunity to open up this rare amenity for the community. To put this in perspective, this parkland is about the size of Central Park in New York City and nearly doubles the size of Sugar Land’s park and green space. “While we intend to preserve its passive nature, we believe it will grow into an amenity that’s just as important. The need to do what was best for the park, not just for any one city, led to the formation of historic agreements to preserve and open up the park for greater enjoyment.” The city is now operating and maintaining the park, which includes enhanced security; trail cleanup; lawn maintenance; and new lighting systems, signage and entry gates. Future planned improvements include trails and boardwalks that allow greater access to existing

lakes and wetlands areas, as well as locations for canoe and kayak launches into Oyster Creek. Site amenities such as picnic pavilions, benches and interpretive signage have also been identified. Planning and design will begin this year with construction to follow. The land is currently owned by the City of Houston and Houston Parks Board and now located within Sugar Land’s city limits. The annexation by Sugar Land was the result of visionary leadership by members of the conservancy and elected leaders in Sugar Land and Houston. The lands of Cullinan Park were first settled in 1828 by Alexander Hodge, a member of Stephen F. Austin’s Old 300. For more than 150 years, the property was used for raising cattle, sugar cane and other crops. In 1989, Cullinan Park was acquired by the Houston Parks Board and City of Houston and opened in 1991 as a nature preserve with improvements funded by

The Cullinan Park Conservancy (CPC) Board of Directors gathered in the park on May 7 for their general meeting. They were joined by Mayor Thompson and his wife Gay, several members of the Cullinan family, park officials, and guests for a brief business meeting. Dan Neale was presented with the 2016 Nina Cullinan Outstanding Citizen Award for his contributions as former CPC President. Also on hand were 65 volunteers led by the City of Sugar Land’s SEED (Sugar Land Employees in Early Development) program who picked up an estimated 20 yards of trash throughout the morning followed by a picnic in the park. Pictured is Past President Dan Neale accepting and award from President Ann Hamilton.

the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The Cullinan Park Conservancy was formed as a non-profit corporation in 2010, as a project of the tax-exempt Houston Parks Board. The Conservancy seeks to enhance and protect the natural beauty of Cullinan Park. The conservancy is focused on a number of efforts that will help enhance the Park’s status as – in the words of its major donor Nina Cullinan – a “place of beauty and peacefulness in the city.” These efforts include mapping the park, surveying its vegetation and birdlife, planning for its trail and bridge renovations, arranging for park cleanups and organizing a photo con-

test about the park, its wildlife, landscapes and visitors. “It’s an exciting time for Sugar Land and the entire region,” said Chesser. “With commitments from all parties aimed at preserving the natural beauty, improving the accessibility, and continuing the development of the park, the impacts of this historic agreement will be felt for years to come. The generous transfer of the land, the superior maintenance and operation of the park and the continued financial support contribute to its continued success.” Learn more about the park at http://cullinanparkconservancy.org/.

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Sugar Land restaurants AFRICAN Mamaput African Cuisine 435 Murphy Rd. #D Stafford, TX 832-539-1436 AMERICAN Live Oak Grill 12935 Dairy Ashford Sugar Land, TX 281-491-5253 Hoggs N Chicks 8817 TX 6 Missouri City, TX 281-778-4644 Brandani’s Restaurant and Wine Bar 3340 FM 1092 #160 Missouri City, TX 832-987-1313 ASIAN Benihana Grill 2579 Town Center Blvd N. 281-565-8888 Cafe’ Goo Goo Yen 1730 Williams Trace Blvd., Suite L 281-277-8383 Chang’s Chinese Restaurant 16100 Kensington Drive 281-325-0176 China King 3338 Highway 6 281-980-8886 Japaneiro’s Sushi Bistro & Latin Grill 2168 Texas Dr. 281-242-1121 Kublai Khan Mongolian Stir-Fry 15830 Southwest Freeway, #200 281-565-7277

Mori Ichi Japanese Sushi 4502 Highway 6 281-325-0628

Rudy’s BBQ 20500 Southwest Fwy Richmond, TX 77469 (832) 757-1836

Panda Express 1401 Highway 6 S 281-277-0856

The Swinging Door BBQ 3714 FM 359 Richmond, TX 281-342-4758

PF Changs China Bistro 2120 Lone Star Dr. 281-313-8650 Pho Saigon Vietnamese Noodle House 4645 Highway 6 South 281-491-2988 Thai Cottage II 4723 Sweetwater Blvd 281-313-0707 Tony’s Grill 12240 Murphy Road, Suite F 281-564-4022 BAKERY Great Harvest Bread Co. 3344 Highway 6 S 832-9887-3217 La Madeline French Bakery & Café 2675 Town Center Blvd N. 281-494-4400 Parisian Bakery & Sandwiches 203 Dulles Ave 281-969-5477 BAR-B Q Old Hickory Inn Barbecue 3334 FM 1092 Missouri City, TX 281-499-8904

Vasos Bar- B- Q 9920 us-90 ALT Sugar Land, TX 281-242-8585 CAJUN Famous Cajun Grill 16535 Southwest Freeway., #480 281-242-1102 Ragin Cajun 16100 Kensington, # 400 281-277-0704 The Rouxpour Restaurant & Bar Sugar Land 2298 Texas Dr. 281-240-7689 CASUAL DINING 9er’s Grill 5870 New Territory Blvd. 281-491-0515 Baker Street Pub & Grill 15970 City Walk Blvd. 713-986-8536 BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse 2231 Highway 6 S 281-242-0400 Buffalo Wild Wings 1401 Highway 6 281-313-9464 Café Express 15930 City Walk 281-980-9222 Cheddar’s Casual Café 803 Bonaventure Way 281-242-1035

Cheesecake Factory 16536 Southwest Fwy 281- 313-9500 Chili’s 15355 Southwest Fwy 281-242-5444 Clancy’s Public House 503 FM 359, #118 Richmond 832-847-4390 Denny’s 1422 Highway 6 281-240-0327 Flying Saucer Draught Emporium 15929 City Walk 281-240-7468

The Swinging Door BBQ 3818 FM 359 Richmond, TX 281-342-4758 FARM TO TABLE Off The Vine Bistro 2865 Dulles Ave Missouri City 281-242-4186 FUSION Blu 2248 Texas Dr. 281-903-7324

Nikoz Fusion Grill Mosset Grille 16754 Southwest Freeway & Wine Bar Sugar Land, TX 14019 Southwest Freeway 281-313-0325 Sugar Land, TX 77479 281-201-8296 IRISH Panera Bread 1928 Highway 6 Clancy’s Public House 281-242-7323 503 FM 359 • Suite 118 832-847-4390 Smash Burger 2623 N. Town INDIAN Center Blvd 281-491-0380 Bombay Palace Stadia Grill Grill & Bar 2105 Lone Star Dr. 15295 Southwest Frwy 281-265-4889 281-325-0071 The Swinging Door at Fort Bend Country Club 2627 FM 762, Richmond, TX 281-341-8434

Udipi Cafe’ 3551 Highway 6 South 281-313-2700

TGI Friday’s 2515 Town Center Blvd N 281-494-8400

Carraba’s Italian Grill 2335 Highway 6 S 281-980-4433

Willie’s Grill and Ice House 945 Highway 6 S 281-242-2252

Corelli’s Italian Café 3229 Highway 6 S 281-491-8900

Mia Bella Trattoria 16535 Southwest Freeway, #2510 281-240-5000 Nick’s Italian Restaurant 11511 FM 1464 Richmond, TX 281-277-1331 Olive Garden 5005 Sweetwater Blvd. 281-491-0478 Pepperoni’s First Colony 3721 Highway 6, Sugar Land, TX, United States 281.265.5555 LATIN Churrasco’s 1520 Lake Pointe Parkway, #500 832-532-5300 Fernando’s Restaurant 14135 Southwest Fwy 281-494-9087

ITALIAN

Gepetto’s Pizza 15510 Lexington Blvd 281-980-7400

MEDITERRANEAN Red Oak Grill 203 Century Square Blvd. 281-491-2890 Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill 716 Hwy 6 281-313-3145


Fort Bend Counties’ Only Farm to Table Restaurant • Locally Sourced • Multiple Gluten Free and Vegetarian Options • Grass Fed Meats FREE DESSERT • Organic Produce MACAROONS • Regional Wines W/ ANY ENTRÉE • Craft Beers Must present this ad. MEXICAN Berryhill Sugarland 13703 Southwest Freeway 281-313-8226 Escalantes 15933 city Walk Blvd. 281-242-1100 Freebirds World Burrito 15285 Southwest Freeway 281-565-8740 La Fonda Dona Maria 13134 Dairy Ashford Rd. 281-277-0338 Las Haciendas Restaurant 12821 Southwest Freeway 281-240-3060

Russo’s New York Pizzaria 6560 Greatwood Parkway, #900 281-545-8100 SALAD Ruggles Green Bistro 15903 City Walk 281-565-1175 Salada 2170 Town Square Place 832-886-4582 Souper Salad 2715 Town center Blvd. N. 281-980-5200 SEAFOOD

Los Gallitos Mexican Café 3385 Highway 6 281-313-1401

Fish City Grill 15980 City Walk Blvd 281-494-3474

Lupe Tortilla 15801 Southwest Fwy 281-265-7500

Floyd’s Cajun Seafood Restaurant 16549 Southwest Freeway 281-240-3474

Pappasito’s Cantina 13750 Southwest Fwy 281-565-9797 PIZZA Blaze Pizza 16100 Kensington Dr. Sugar Land, TX 281-491-0275

Pier 36 Seafood & Oyster Bar 1410 E Hwy 90A, #200 Richmond, TX 77406 281-238-4800 Red Lobster 2323 Highway 6 S 281-313-2525

STEAK HOUSES Longhorn Steak House 16746 Southwest Fwy 281-240-1018 Outback Steakhouse 15253 Southwest Fwy 281-980-4329 Perry’s Steakhouse and Grill 2115 Town Square Place 281-565-2727

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Saltgrass Steak House 19720 Southwest Fwy 281-232-3502 Veritas Steak & Seafood 1550 Lake Pointe Pksy 281-491-2901 The Burning Pear 16090 city Walk Blvd 281-275-5925

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Sugar Land begins annexation of New Territory and Greatwood neighborhoods By Subrata Barot For the Fort Bend Star

Sugar Land is set to grow by more than 30 percent on Dec. 12 of this year. The annexations of the New Territory and Greatwood Municipal Utility Districts (MUD) will increase the current population of Sugar Land from 87,367 to 117,000 residents. At Sugar Land City Council’s Nov. 15 meeting last year, council members unanimously approved the annexations of both areas. The city’s 2017 fiscal year budget was also amended to begin the pre-annexation work to provide the areas

with city services starting Dec. 12. At present, both New Territory and Greatwood are part of the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) and receive their public safety services from the Fort Bend County. Sugar Land Mayor Joe Zimmerman said the annexations have been part of Sugar Land’s planning for the past 10 years. He added that city officials worked with elected representatives of both MUDs and homeowner’s associations to negotiate Strategic Partnership Agreements (SPAs) which outlined each party’s various responsibilities and timing for the future annexations. As part of the SPAs, a sur-

charge was put in place that residents of New Territory and Greatwood paid to fund the annexation costs. Current Sugar Land residents have not paid toward the eventual annexation. And annexation will not increase costs, taxes or impact city services for current or future city residents. Starting Dec.12, both communities will receive the same benefits as current Sugar Land residents including high-quality police, fire, EMS, parks and recreation, public works and other services. New Territory and Greatwood will be temporarily placed within City Council District Two and City Council District Four, respectively.

The newly annexed areas will be able to participate in the mayoral and at-large elections in May of 2018. “The new residents will get to experience firsthand the superior services provided by our staff and public safety personnel,” said District Four Councilmember Harish Jajoo. “They will also have ac-

cess to various city facilities and amenities. We are committed to having a seamless transition in December. Our staff has worked very hard in planning a smooth annexation.” All parties are still in the initial stages of the annexation. City officials started community outreach exercis-

es in January to explain how the annexation process will affect Sugar Land’s annexed community. Discussion topics will include explanations of city services, public safety discussions with both city and county officials and information on important contacts in the city.

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