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October 2017


The cover of Amita Trasi’s new novel.

The cover of Amita Trasi’s new novel.

Author Amita Trasi

Author Amita Trasi

NOVELIST AMITA TRASI TO SPEAK AT MITCHELL LIBRARY EVENT, OCT. 5

The George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library, located at 8125 Ashlane Way in The Woodlands, will be welcoming Amita Trasi for an author visit and book signing on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. Trasi will be presenting her debut novel, The Color of Our Sky.

A powerful story from a talented new voice, the book tells the gripping tale of a young woman who tries to find and rescue her missing childhood friend. Moving from a traditional village to the bustling modern metropolis of Mumbai, to Los Angeles and back again, The Color of Our Sky is a heartbreaking and beautiful portrait of an unlikely friendship set against the background of human trafficking.

Trasi will give a short reading from her book and then respond to questions from the audience. A book signing will follow, with copies of The Color of Our Sky available for purchase from the South Montgomery County Friends of the Library. A Mitchell Library Fiction Book Club selection, The Color of Our Sky has been positively reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly, Library Journal and Booklist.

Trasi was born and raised in India, and now lives in Houston with her husband and two cats. She has an MBA in human resource management, has worked
for various international corporations and enjoys
traveling to different countries to learn about their
cultures. She supports organizations that fight human trafficking. Her website, amitatrasi.com, contains more information about her and her writings.

For more information on this and other programs, see the library calendar of events at countylibrary.org or call 936-442-7728, extension 6333.

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WOODFOREST BANK STADIUM HOSTS BANDS OF AMERICA CHAMPIONSHIP, OCT. 7

Outstanding high school marching bands from throughout Texas will compete in one of the nation’s most prominent championships, Music for All’s Bands of America Regional Championship at Conroe, presented by Yamaha, at Woodforest Bank Stadium (19115 David Memorial Dr.) in Shenandoah on Oct. 7.

Music for All holds 20 other Bands of America regional marching band championships across the country that offer positively life-changing experiences for students, teachers, and fans and spectators. These championships are a celebration of music education at its finest,
showcasing excellence, teamwork, and leadership.

The championship event, hosted by The Woodlands College Park High School Band and Boosters, will feature 32 high school marching bands in the preliminary
competition, all of which will be evaluated by a panel
of nationally recognized music educators and marching band experts. The top 10 bands will advance to the evening finals competition, which will ultimately name the Regional Champion.

“Bands of America Championships are programs
supporting our mission to create, provide, and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all,” according to Eric L. Martin, President and CEO of Music for All. “The performances of students at this Bands of America championship showcase the results that come from the dedication and teamwork necessary for the achievement of excellence, on the performance field and in life beyond.”

The preliminary competition begins at 7 a.m. and will conclude at approximately 5 p.m. Gates will open for the finals at 7 p.m. with performances beginning at 8 p.m. All times are tentative pending the final schedule of performing bands. Current times will be listed at musicforall.org.

Ticketing and schedule information is available at the website or by calling 800-848-2263. Tickets will also be available at the gate.

In addition to this event, five additional Bands of America Championships have been scheduled in Texas. The Midland Lee High School Band will host a show Oct. 14 in Midland, Texas, followed by a two-day Super Regional at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Nov. 3-4.

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FREE CALL-IN “LAW LINE,” OCT. 2

A free call-in public Law Line for residents of Montgomery County who have general legal questions will be offered on Oct. 2, and subsequently the first Monday of every month at 281-645-6344 from 5-8 p.m by volunteer attorneys from The Woodlands Bar Association.

Topics include bankruptcy, family law, criminal law, consumer protection, and more. The volunteer attorneys do not provide specific counseling, yet offer general information and inform people about their rights and options and what legal resources may be available for callers to follow through with their concern. Callers’ identities as well as the identities of the volunteer lawyers will remain anonymous.

This public service is a project of The Woodlands Bar Association in conjunction with the Montgomery County United Way.

The Woodlands Bar Association is comprised of private practice attorneys from both large and small law firms, judges and corporate attorneys and seeks to promote high legal standards, education and community service in the area. The Law Line offers a local community service opportunity for members to share their unique legal skills to provide service to others. Visit WoodlandsBarAssociation.com for more information.

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TASTE OF HOUSTON FESTIVAL 2017, OCT. 14-15

The Taste of Houston Festival 2017 at Town Green Park in The Woodlands has been rescheduled to Oct. 14-15 and will now benefit the Hurricane Harvey flood victims. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to the JJ Watt Fund for Harvey relief. In addition to the ticket sales proceeds, all proceeds from the Carnival rides will be going to a special fund to help out First Responders who lost everything.

Town Green Park and the promenade will be filled with over 200 eateries, artists, crafters, boutiques, food trucks and more as well as live music from some of Houston’s best, an amazing Kid Zone sponsored by Pollo Campero with 20+ rides and activities, artistic performances and more. In addition, there will be over 20 local craft breweries on hand, wine tastings and VIP Bars.

Tickets for Taste of Houston Festival are $3 in advance at tasteofhoustonfest.com, or $5 at the gate. Children 12 and under are free.

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Actor Rob Lowe will share his journey to sobriety at the Council on Recovery Fall luncheon.

Actor Rob Lowe will share his journey to sobriety at the Council on Recovery Fall luncheon.

ROB LOWE TO SPEAK AT THE COUNCIL ON RECOVERY’S LUNCHEON, OCT. 20

The nonprofit Council on Recovery announces that Rob Lowe will be the keynote speaker at its Fall Luncheon, Friday, Oct. 20 at the Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel. This is the 35th Annual Luncheon in the Waggoners Foundation Speaker Series and is presented by the Wayne Duddlesten Foundation. Proceeds from the Luncheon will fund The Council’s programs that help individuals and families affected by alcoholism, drug abuse, other
addictions, and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Rob Lowe began his national acting career in the 1979 television series, A New Kind of Family. In his rise to fame that followed, Lowe has become one of Hollywood’s most highly-acclaimed triple threats – as an actor, author, and producer. Rob’s brilliant career includes starring roles in movies such as The Outsiders, Oxford Blues, About Last Night, Bad Influence, St. Elmo’s Fire, Wayne’s World, and Tommy Boy. His Emmy-nominated work in TV includes the hit television series The West Wing and Parks and Recreation, and, television films Killing Kennedy and Behind the Candelabra. Rob was nominated for a Golden Globe for FOX’s The Grinder and is currently starring in CBS’ Code Black.

Rob released his memoir, Stories I Only Tell My Friends in 2011, which made The New York Times Best Seller list. His second book, Love Life was published in 2014 and also landed on the Best-Seller list.

With over 25 years of sobriety, Rob attributes his wife as the inspiration to get sober and describes his journey through recovery as the path that brought him everything he values in life. On his 25th sobriety anniversary he tweeted, “To those struggling with addiction, there is true, real hope, 25 years ago today, I found recovery; and a life of promise. #Grateful.”

The Council is accepting corporate and organizational sponsorships and donations for the Luncheon, and sales of individual tables at the event. For more details or to buy a table, email specialevents@councilonrecovery.org or call 281-200-9336.

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(Back row, l-r): Raja Hafsia Jerhilla, Mary Ross, Devon Sinkovic, Karen Van Buren, Paula Threadgill, Chris Buck, Jane Minarovic, Amber Samuel, Paulraj Samuel, Lyn Brus; (middle): Zuzana Whitelaw, Yuliya Justice, Brenda Bannerman, Sheila Perks, Kaisa Kause-Vivier, Kim Kelly, Poonam Gill, Carole McRobbie; (front): Candi Glenn, Shirelle Chimenti, Debbie Rudisill, Kara Teuscher (co-chair), Becky Bayless (co-chair), Carrie-Ann Gunter and Darcy Kolassa.

(Back row, l-r): Raja Hafsia Jerhilla, Mary Ross, Devon Sinkovic, Karen Van Buren, Paula Threadgill, Chris Buck, Jane Minarovic, Amber Samuel, Paulraj Samuel, Lyn Brus; (middle): Zuzana Whitelaw, Yuliya Justice, Brenda Bannerman, Sheila Perks, Kaisa Kause-Vivier, Kim Kelly, Poonam Gill, Carole McRobbie; (front): Candi Glenn, Shirelle Chimenti, Debbie Rudisill, Kara Teuscher (co-chair), Becky Bayless (co-chair), Carrie-Ann Gunter and Darcy Kolassa.

JOHN COOPER SCHOOL GOLF TOURNAMENT, OCT. 23

The 30th Annual John Cooper School Golf Tournament benefiting the Dragon Booster Club returns to The Woodlands Country Club-Palmer Course on Oct. 23 and will again feature a terrific lineup of golf festivities, including a full day of golf, followed by a dinner and awards.

There are many opportunities for teams and sponsors to sign up for this popular tournament through the Cooper website at johncooper.org/specialevents. The day will feature registration, lunch, driving range, chipping and putting contests at 10:30 a.m., and a shotgun start at noon. A dinner and awards ceremony will begin at 5 p.m.

Becky Bayless and Kara Teuscher are co-chairing this year’s tournament. “We are very pleased to have such terrific response to sign-ups each year, and look forward to those who join us for this year’s 30th anniversary event,” Bayless said.

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(Back row, l-r): Raja Hafsia Jerhilla, Mary Ross, Devon Sinkovic, Karen Van Buren, Paula Threadgill, Chris Buck, Jane Minarovic, Amber Samuel, Paulraj Samuel, Lyn Brus; (middle): Zuzana Whitelaw, Yuliya Justice, Brenda Bannerman, Sheila Perks, Kaisa Kause-Vivier, Kim Kelly, Poonam Gill, Carole McRobbie; (front): Candi Glenn, Shirelle Chimenti, Debbie Rudisill, Kara Teuscher (co-chair), Becky Bayless (co-chair), Carrie-Ann Gunter and Darcy Kolassa.

(Back row, l-r): Raja Hafsia Jerhilla, Mary Ross, Devon Sinkovic, Karen Van Buren, Paula Threadgill, Chris Buck, Jane Minarovic, Amber Samuel, Paulraj Samuel, Lyn Brus; (middle): Zuzana Whitelaw, Yuliya Justice, Brenda Bannerman, Sheila Perks, Kaisa Kause-Vivier, Kim Kelly, Poonam Gill, Carole McRobbie; (front): Candi Glenn, Shirelle Chimenti, Debbie Rudisill, Kara Teuscher (co-chair), Becky Bayless (co-chair), Carrie-Ann Gunter and Darcy Kolassa.

MARKET STREET CONCERT SERIES, THROUGH OCT. 26

Market Street’s popular fall concert series, featuring artists in country, rock and acoustic guitar and more, returns to the shopping, dining and entertainment destination every Thursday through Oct. 26, from 6-8:30 p.m.

Market Street’s Central Park once again will be the scene of the concert series when music fans can enjoy performers from the shady patios of Jasper’s, Crú –Wine Bar, Tommy Bahama Tropical Café, Uni Sushi, 1252 Tapas Bar or any of Market Street’s signature restaurants.

Sponsored by Sewell Automotive, the Fall Concert Series features the following music line-up:

  • Oct. 5 A cover of Journey favorites from Escape
  • Oct. 12 Country hits from Nobody’s Fool
  • Oct. 19 Smooth sounds of jazz fusion by Stratus
  • Oct. 26 Blues and rock from Hamilton Loomis

The concerts are free and open to the public. Blankets and lawn chairs also are welcome.
Visit marketstreet-thewoodlands.com for more information.

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There is no charge to select a pumpkin, but donations are accepted and will benefit Interfaith of The Woodlands.

There is no charge to select a pumpkin, but donations are accepted and will benefit Interfaith of The Woodlands.

MARKET STREET HOSTS PUMPKIN PATCH, OCT. 27-28

Each fall, a much-loved family tradition is to visit a pumpkin patch in search of the pick of the patch, or perhaps just an adorable photo. Back again this season, Market Street invites local families to a pumpkin patch in Central Park to celebrate fall on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28. The pumpkins will be available while supplies last during Market Street’s business hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

There is no charge to select a pumpkin, but donations will be accepted for Interfaith of The Woodlands, a nonprofit social service agency providing numerous programs and services to The Woodlands and the surrounding area including a food pantry, counseling services, senior services and more. Visit marketstreet-thewoodlands.com for more information.

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STAGE RIGHT PRESENTS MEL BROOKS’ YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – THE MUSICAL, OCT. 20-NOV. 5

Stage Right of Texas, resident theatre company at the Crighton Theatre, presents Mel Brooks’ riotous Young Frankenstein – The Musical Oct. 20-Nov. 5. The show is directed by Brenda Storseth.

From the creators of The Producers, comes this
monster new musical comedy. Brooks has adapted his legendarily funny film into a brilliant stage creation – Young Frankenstein. Grandson of the infamous Victor Frankenstein, Frederick Frankenstein (who prefers it be pronounced “Fronk-en-steen”) reluctantly inherits his family’s estate in Transylvania. With the help of a hunchbacked sidekick, Igor (pronounced “Eye-gore”), and a leggy lab assistant, Inga, Frederick finds himself in the mad-scientist shoes of his ancestors. “It’s alive!” he exclaims as he brings to life a creature to rival his
grandfather’s. Eventually, of course, the monster escapes and hilarity continuously abounds.

Young Frankenstein will be presented at the Crighton Theatre, located at 234 N. Main St. in downtown Conroe. Performance dates are Oct. 20-Nov. 5, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at stage-right.org or by calling the Crighton Box Office at 936-441-7469.

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ONGOING BREAST CANCER REHAB PROGRAM OFFERED AT THE YMCA

Restoration, a Pilates-based exercise recovery program for breast cancer survivors, is now being offered at the South Montgomery YMCA.

Designed to help breast cancer survivors restore mobility, improve circulation, regain energy and rebuild strength, this form of exercise also improves self-confidence and quality of life while reducing emotional stress. The program is available to all breast cancer survivors, whether they are eight weeks or eight years post-op. Shellee Eudy, a Pink Ribbon Program certified instructor and veteran YMCA fitness instructor, leads the program.

Participants must be 18 or older and have a doctor’s release to participate. For information, contact Shellee Eudy, 281-364-0258, or Michelle Hill, 281-367-9622. Pre-registration is required and can be done at either YMCA branch in The Woodlands.

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13TH ANNUAL TASTE OF THE VILLAGE, OCT. 21

The Indian Springs Village Association (ISVA) is pleased to announce the 13th Annual Taste of the Village will be held on Oct. 21 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Indian Springs Shopping Center, located at the southwest corner of Kuykendahl Road and The Woodlands Parkway. The event is co-sponsored by ISVA, HEB, and Regency Development Company in cooperation with participating Indian Springs business establishments and is free to attend.

The Taste of the Village is one of the most
anticipated community events and was initiated over 12 years ago by ISVA as an outreach effort to bring local residents and businesses together for a fun and family-friendly event. The event draws more than 4,000 people each year and supports the ISVA Community Service Scholarship fund.

“It is a great place to taste local foods, learn about local businesses and the community, hear great music, mingle with your neighbors and much more,” said ISVA president and event chair Michael J. Arendes. “The success of last year’s event enabled ISVA to award several scholarships to graduating seniors in Indian Springs and name a scholarship in honor of Lloyd Matthews at the Montgomery County Women’s Center.”

In addition to sampling tasty treats from a variety of food vendors and visiting 40 booths of local businesses and community organizations, families will be entertained by a live band, inflatables, face painting, balloon artistry, and many walking entertainers for the kids. There will also be a raffle for an Amazon Echo, two $250 gift certificates from HEB, and a variety of other prizes. Visit indianspringsvillage.com for more information.

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LIBRARY ONLINE ACCESS TO FREE MUSIC AND AUDIOBOOKS

Montgomery County Memorial Library announced public availability of thousands of music albums and audiobooks, all available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with hoopla digital.

MCMLS card holders can now download the free hoopla digital mobile app on their Android or IOS device or visit hoopladigital.com to begin enjoying thousands of artists — from major record companies and publishers — available to borrow for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smartphones, tablet and computers.

Montgomery County Memorial Library System’s current hoopla digital partners include BiblioTech, Houston Public Library, Abilene Public Library, Brazoria County Library and Denton Public Library.

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Thomas Smouse, American Heart Association Montgomery County Board of Directors Member (center), with representatives for CHI St. Luke’s Health – The Woodlands Hospital (l-r): Margaret Cecil, director of service lines; Carmen Sanchez, manager of mission and spiritual care; Amanda Sanders, director of marketing and communications; Diane Freeman, CNO, VP of patient care services; Debra Staley, community development coordinator; Lou Ann Potter, cardiovascular nurse navigator; and Amy Iademarco, manager of clinical support services.

Thomas Smouse, American Heart Association Montgomery County Board of Directors Member (center), with representatives for CHI St. Luke’s Health – The Woodlands Hospital (l-r): Margaret Cecil, director of service lines; Carmen Sanchez, manager of mission and spiritual care; Amanda Sanders, director of marketing and communications; Diane Freeman, CNO, VP of patient care services; Debra Staley, community development coordinator; Lou Ann Potter, cardiovascular nurse navigator; and Amy Iademarco, manager of clinical support services.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HEALTHY FOR GOOD HEART WALK, OCT. 28

The American Heart Association (AHA) Montgomery County Healthy for Good Heart Walk has announced CHI St. Luke’s Health – The Woodlands Hospital as the 2017 Heart Walk Chair, and Thomas M. Smouse, American Heart Association Montgomery County Board of Directors Member, as co-chair of the annual family-friendly event.

The event, which is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 28, will be held at Alight Solutions in The Woodlands off Lakeside Boulevard from 8:15-11 a.m.

“At CHI St. Luke’s Health, we are faithful to our mission of building healthier communities; it is at the heart of all that we do,” said Sister Carmen Sanchez, Manager of Mission and Spiritual Care for CHI St. Luke’s Health. “We also recognize and value the power of partnerships in furthering our mission.
We are honored to serve as the chair for the 2017 Montgomery County Heart Walk.”

The Montgomery County Heart Walk aims to raise $500,000 for the mission of the AHA, which is to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

This year’s event will welcome over 5,000 walkers as they walk for healthy hearts across the Montgom­ery County community. Heart Walks are the signature community event for the American Heart Associa­tions’ Healthy for Good Movement, which encourages Americans to lead healthier lives by delivering science-based recommendations, tools, tips and motivation to build healthier behaviors.

The walk also raises funds to support the fight against heart disease and stroke – our nation’s No.1 and No.5 leading causes of death.

Registration is under way, and the AHA is encouraging walkers to create their teams and set walking goals online at montgomerycountyheartwalk.org. To become a sponsor, email carolyn.donovan@heart.org.

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You don't have to leap over tall buildings to be a superhero. Help children in need by participating in the CASA Child Advocates Superhero Run.

You don’t have to leap over tall buildings to be a superhero. Help children in need by participating in the CASA Child Advocates Superhero Run.

8TH ANNUAL CASA SUPERHERO RUN, OCT. 28

CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County, in partnership with The Woodlands Christian Academy and the Texas A&M Forest Service, is hosting the 8th Annual CASA Superhero Run (10K, 5K Trail Run and 1K Fun Run) through W.G. Jones State Forest on Saturday, Oct. 28. This year’s event will be held on The Woodlands Christian Academy’s campus, 5800 Academy Way in The Woodlands.

The run offers complimentary food and drinks for all participants, awards for top runners in the 5K and 10K, finisher medals for every race, and most importantly, lots of Superhero-themed fun for a fantastic cause.

Race Day registration runs from 7-7:45 a.m. and races begin at 8 a.m. All proceeds benefit CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County.

For more information, visit CASASpeaks4Kids.com, email CASARun@CASASpeaks4Kids.com or call
936- 441-5437, ext. 214.

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MIGHTY OAKS FOUNDATION HOSTS 7TH ANNUAL WARRIORS GALA, NOV. 3

The Mighty Oaks Foundation will be hosting its 7th Annual Gala on Nov. 3 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, in The Woodlands. Glenn Beck, American media personality, political commentator and best-selling author, is scheduled to be the event’s guest speaker.

The gala is a fundraiser for Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs, dedicated to meeting the needs of active-duty military, veterans and their families who are suffering from the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) and combat trauma. With an intensive peer-based program for men, women, and couples, Mighty Oaks helps participants overcome any enduring hardship through instructional sessions, camaraderie, and team building activities.

“I continue to be amazed by the incredible response we garner from a grateful nation,” stated Mighty Oaks founder Chad Robichaux. “This event sets us up for success throughout the year. We have now served over 1500 warriors as they participate in our programs.” Over the past year Glenn Beck has become a great friend to Robichaux and the Mighty Oaks Foundation. Robichaux was a guest on Beck’s nationally syndicated radio show several times in 2017, and Beck has become a personal supporter of the Mighty Oaks Foundation, as well.

Other highlights scheduled for this year’s gala include a program overview from Robichaux, a testimonial from Mighty Oaks leader Reed Hastey, and an acoustic performance of the National Anthem from Brad Fite and Kyle Hildebrand, members of The Whisper Mill Band. Fite, a Mighty Oaks alumnus, is also a U.S. Marine combat veteran and Purple Heart recipient.

The organization works on the frontlines to fight the staggering national statistics of over
20 veteran suicides per day, and the 80-90 percent divorce rate among deployed families. For Warriors or families in need or to support Mighty Oaks, visit MightyOaksPrograms.org. For information on the gala or to purchase tickets, visit MightyOaksPrograms.org/TXGala.

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MEMORIAL HERMANN SUPPORT GROUPS

Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital provides a variety of free support groups including Mended Hearts, cancer education, cancer nutrition, yoga for cancer survivors, diabetes, stroke, weight-loss surgery and Mothers of Multiples. For more information on meetings, call 713-222-CARE or click on the “Events and Classes” link under the “Patients & Caregivers” tab at memorialhermann.org.

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Bark in the Park is ready to be unleashed in November.

Bark in the Park is ready to be unleashed in November.

GRAND CENTRAL PARK UNLEASHESBARK IN THE PARK, NOV. 4

Mighty mutts and pure-bred pups can strut their stuff at Bark in the Park, a hike for hounds at Grand Central Park, Saturday, Nov. 4.

Humans and their furry Fidos can meet up at the community’s Lake House, 715 Camp Strake Road, at 8 a.m. for a canine-friendly walk. After exploring the Conroe community’s new trail system, trekkers will be treated to an after “paw-ty” featuring a pup kissing booth, Houston Disc Dogs, music, contests, pet vendors, food trucks, face painting and a bouncy house. Proceeds will benefit Operation Pets Alive.

To register for the event and more information, visit grandcentralparktx.com.

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JAZZY JUNQUE STORE BENEFITS NEW DANVILLE COMMUNITY

The Jazzy Junque store — often called JJ — is an upscale resale store like no other! Under the watchful eyes of its store designers it offers outstanding, gently used and sometimes new items. Check out the store for furniture, household items, jewelry, linens, books, toys and much more, as there is something for everyone and every budget. Getting married or moving out? You will find what you need at JJ.

  • Located at exit 90 on I-45N Conroe Outlet Mall
  • Open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Here today; gone today or tomorrow, so stop by often to see newest inventory

The store will gladly take your donations in good, workable and resalable condition. The store does not accept clothing, electronics or large appliances. Professional movers pick up larger items at your location; contact the store for details. Tax receipts are provided. To arrange a pickup call 936-441-4500 or email info@jazzyjunque.org for more information on making donations or volunteering.

Proceeds of store sales benefit New Danville, a training program that gives purpose and meaning to the lives of adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.


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