16 Going on 66: Will You Be the Same Person 50 Years from Now?

Research Suggests Personality is Both Stable and Malleable across the Lifespan HOUSTON, August 17, 2018 – How much do you change between high school and retirement? The answer depends on whether you’re comparing yourself to others or to your younger self. The results of a new study, the first to test how personality might change over 50 years and relying on the same data source at both time points, finds that broad patterns of thoughts, feelings […]

YMCA of Greater Houston to host FREE Sports Clinic August 18

YMCA Sports Fest aims to help kids develop a love for sports Houston – Picture a child working up the courage to go for a goal, surrounded by teammates who are now friends, a devoted coach, and parents. YMCA of Greater Houston welcomes all children into this scene Saturday, August 18 at 9 a.m. or 11 a.m. for Sports Fest, a fun, free clinic designed to help children pick a sport for fall play. Participating locations are offering a choice between […]

Community Fun Fridays at The Fellowship, Cinco Ranch Campus

The Fellowship, Cinco Ranch Campus (22765 Westheimer Parkway) will be hosting Community Fun Fridays this fall. Our first event will be Friday, September 14 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. This FREE family event will have bouncy houses, crafts, family  board games and outdoor activities.  The Fellowship Student ministry will provide food and drink for purchase. Enjoy some family fun time at The Fellowship!

Breast Cancer Charities of America Aids Patients Affected by Hurricane Harvey

The Woodlands, Texas (August 16, 2018): As the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey approaches, The Breast Cancer Charities of America announced that the organization has awarded over $66,000 to support local breast cancer patients directly affected by Hurricane Harvey. “Imagine having breast cancer and then losing everything in Hurricane Harvey”, stated Erica Johnson, Founder + CEO of The Breast Cancer Charities of America. “This is what we witnessed first-hand in the days following Hurricane Harvey.  […]

Labor Day at the George Ranch Historical Park: Old-Fashioned Games, 1930s Music & Backyard BBQ!

RICHMOND – Celebrate Labor Day weekend on Saturday, September 1 and Monday, September 3 with period games and an old-fashioned 1930s barbecue at the George Ranch Historical Park! Listen to period music while playing games from the past, chow down on a classic cowboy grub for lunch (reservations required) and enjoy hand-cranked ice cream samples from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to celebrate the American worker! More information can be found here. SPECIAL LABOR DAY ACTIVITIES: Sample Hand-Cranked Ice Cream – […]

Healthy Eyes for Back to School

By Dr. Linda Chous, chief eye care officer, UnitedHealthcare August marks back-to-school season and Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, an ideal time to get your child’s eyes checked. Good eye health is important, in part because 80 percent of what children learn is through their eyes. The American Optometric Association recommends that a child’s first comprehensive eye exam should occur between 6 months and 12 months, again at age 3 and before entering school at age 5 or 6. […]

DPS Reminds Texans to Download Free iWatchTexas App

Implements Initiatives Related to School Safety AUSTIN – As the new school year begins, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding all Texans – including school staff, parents, students and community members – to download the new iWatchTexas mobile app to help law enforcement protect Texans. DPS is also taking various measures to support local efforts to help enhance the presence of law enforcement in and around schools. “As the excitement of a new school […]

Young Adult Book Club, Advisory Council & Robotics For Teens At Cinco Ranch Branch Library  

Fort Bend County Libraries is launching new programs specifically designed for high school-aged teens in grades 9 through 12. The programs provide fun and challenging opportunities for these young adults, who are also encouraged to become active participants in designing and orchestrating new activities for teens in the library system. In September, the Cinco Ranch Branch Library will present the following programs for the Young Adult community. YA Program: Small Food Pillows – Tuesday, September 11, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Conference […]

Crafting Enthusiasts Invited To Cinco Ranch Branch Library’s New Share Group               

Fort Bend County Libraries’ Cinco Ranch Branch Library is launching a new “Craft Club at Cinco Ranch” that will meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month, for crafting enthusiasts who would like to network, share ideas, and get advice on craft projects of all kinds. The new “Craft Club at Cinco Ranch” will meet on Tuesdays, September 11 and 25, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, in the Multi-purpose Room of the Cinco Ranch Branch Library, located […]

Katy ISD Bullying Tip Line Launches for New School Year  

KATY [August 16, 2018] – Just in time for the beginning of the school year, Katy Independent School District announces its new Bullying Tip line.  Students across the district can now anonymously report potential bullying incidents by simply using the new feature found on the already existing Katy OnTheGo app. As part of the 2018-19 academic year, Katy ISD continues to support the emotional well-being of all its learners.  Several bullying prevention initiatives will be rolled out throughout […]