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Scene in the Woodlands, Whitney Montgomery June 2017


Whitney's headshotFOR GALAS, PARTIES, LUNCHEONS:
Email: whitney@gmont.com

FOR SCHOOL & STUDENT NEWS | FOR SCHOOL / STUDENT NEWS & OTHER HAPPENINGS:
EMAIL: editor@lifestyles-magazines.com

 

SUMMER TIME!!!!! I look forward to the kids getting out of school and for schedules to become a little less hectic. Wine and Food Week jump-starts June with all the fun activities it brings to our area. While the social scene takes a much-needed rest during the next few months, there are tons of activities still in full swing at the local parks and throughout our wonderful town. Check out the live music and many other fun local Summer events happening with The Woodlands Convention Center and Visitors Bureau, thewoodlandscvb.com and The Township, thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov.

Take some time to enjoy your family. I challenge each of you to discover a new activity or hobby that the whole family can enjoy together. The days will fly by, but the memories that you will make together will last a lifetime.

I will continue to be out and about this summer, so you too can be “Scene in The Woodlands!” Keep me posted on your upcoming events! I LOVE to hear from you! If you would like to send high resolution photos from your events, please email them (Actual or Original size, with names attached) to whitney@gmont.com.

Be the change,

Whitney

 

TWCA Gala – “Rendezvous In Monte Carlo”

The Woodlands Christian Academy held its annual auction and gala on Saturday, April 8 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott. Nearly 500 guests attended the Rendezvous in Monte Carlo-themed event to enjoy fellowship and fundraising for a new high school building.  Richie and CeCe Ray were the gala chairs and Richie’s Specialty Pharmacy was the Grand Prix Presenting Sponsor. The event broke previous auction records by grossing $2,750,000.

The Woodlands Christian Academy is a PreK–12th grade college preparatory school that integrates learning with biblical faith and challenges students to reach their highest potential. For more information visit twca.net.

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1) Will and Nicole Murphy, Angela and Bret Strong

2) Susan and Robert Kent, Kerri and Dr Peter Bigler

3) Amy and Dr. Scott Young

4) Gordy Bunch, Julie and Tim Turner

5) Larry and Mari Harvey

6) Vern and Alison Veldekens

7) Brett and Jennifer Chamberlain

8) Jennifer and Terry McBurney, Amanda Gaige

9) Ron and Darin Mittelstaedt

10) Senator Kevin Brady, Richie and CeCe Ray

11) Michelle and Jeff Maggert, Julie Ambler

 

 

Throwdown Texas Burger And Music Fest

The 2nd Annual Throwdown Texas Burger & Music Fest presented by Kickin’ Events & Promotion was held at Town Green Park in The Woodlands on Saturday, April 29. Local eateries and restaurants were at the festival and filled the air with scintillating scents of burgers on the grill. Live country music supplied on stage by local and regional bands kept the energy high. The winner of best burger was awarded by a panel of judges to The Red Brick Tavern and its B.B. King Burger. Stay tuned for the save-the-date information and early bird ticket pricing for 2018. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Montgomery County Food Bank. Visit throwdowntx.com for more information.

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1) Kristin and Josh Blanchard

2) Amy Hairr and Amanda Short

3) Gracie Keiffer, Haley Keiffer, Seth Keiffer, Macy Keiffer, and Presley Keiffer

4) The Red Brick Tavern

5) The panel of judges

6) Uncle Tony’s

7) Kitchen by Hubbell and Hudson

8) Nick’s Fish Dive and Oyster Bar

9) 5 Ate Café

10) Kirby’s Steakhouse

11) Mike Donnell band

 

 

Women Empowering Women Luncheon Benefits Interfaith

The fourth annual Women Empowering Women Luncheon was held Friday, May 5 at The Westin at The Woodlands. Stephanie Decker, this year’s keynote speaker, shared her inspiring story leaving guests with the fitting message, “Don’t let the storms in life get you down.” Presented by CHI St. Luke’s Health, the event raised much-needed funds for Interfaith Community Clinic. The clinic continues to provide quality basic medical and dental care, counseling and patient services to individuals in need. A volunteer staff of licensed physicians, nurses, medical providers, dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienists, as well as translators and support personnel work together to provide patient care. Programs are provided free of charge and are funded by the generous financial support of grants, faith-based organizations, businesses, civic groups, and individuals. Go to interfaithcommunityclinic.org for more information, or call 281-364-7889.

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1) Dr. Debra Sukin, Missy Herndon, Stephanie Decker and Women Empowering Women committee members

2) Peggy and Dr. Jack Lesch and Penny Powers

3) Amanda Sanders, Lila Fass, Stephanie Clements

4) Darrin Mittelstaedt, Dr. Ann Snyder

5) Dr. Jeff and Peggy Mardaga

6) David and Christen Argueta

7) Stephanie Decker, Debbie Sukin, Missy Herndon

8 Janine Jones, Meagan Jamaluddin, Shannon Mills, Jenny Hiser, Dr. Ann Snyder, and Elvira Cauthen

9) Elizabeth Barnett and Dr. Stacy Strehlow

10) Janine Jones and Kelly Hull

11) Dr. Judith Ragsdale and Dr. Alisa Reed

 

 

Love Fosters Hope Night Of Hope Gala

Love Fosters Hope held its annual “Night of Hope” Gala at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center on April 8. Guests gathered for a wonderful and meaningful night that really tugged on guests’ heart strings. Special guests shared their success stories as children who grew up in foster care and are thriving now as young adults thanks to the impact from this wonderful organization. Love Fosters Hope is a Texas-based nonprofit organization with many facets, but one purpose: to impact the lives of children and teens in foster care who have been abused, neglected or abandoned. For more information on how you can get involved, please visit lovefostershope.org.

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1) Charles and Kelly Cox, Wendy and Chad Ryan

2) Daniela Grob and Samantha Good

3) Tony and Sally Mann

4) JP and Sarah Chandler

5) Derek and CJaye Engelstad

6) Cindy Mericle and Leshia Fisher

7) Greg Johnson, lead pastor at Restoration Church Woodforest

8) Elizabeth Greever and Clarissa Kincy

9) Gelena Scally and Michele Till

10) (top row) Staci Hobbs and Katie Gilllespie (bottom row) Melissa Johnson and Christina Landrum


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