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The Woodlands Business May 2017


(Top row, l-r): Detective Adam Acosta, Sr. Sergeant Brice Herring, Driver Operator Raymond Muse and Lieutenant Chris Berg; (middle row): Trooper Kenneth Chapman, Deputy Thomas Epperson, Deputy Theo Pternitis, Firefighter Paul Taylor, Lieutenant Larry Grissom and Firefighter Brian Holasek; (bottom row): Deputy Jonathan Combs, Deputy Brian Aguilar, Deputy Moamen Abdelbaky, Paramedic Sara Horton, Firefighter Michael de los Reyes, Driver Operator Brett Eaton and Firefighter TJ Moore.

(Top row, l-r): Detective Adam Acosta, Sr. Sergeant Brice Herring, Driver Operator Raymond Muse and Lieutenant Chris Berg; (middle row): Trooper Kenneth Chapman, Deputy Thomas Epperson, Deputy Theo Pternitis, Firefighter Paul Taylor, Lieutenant Larry Grissom and Firefighter Brian Holasek; (bottom row): Deputy Jonathan Combs, Deputy Brian Aguilar, Deputy Moamen Abdelbaky, Paramedic Sara Horton, Firefighter Michael de los Reyes, Driver Operator Brett Eaton and Firefighter TJ Moore.

TOWNSHIP HONORS THOSE WHO SERVE AT PUBLIC SAFETY AWARDS

The Woodlands Township honored 17 public safety personnel for going the extra mile to make The Woodlands a safe community as The Woodlands Township hosted the Annual Public Safety Awards, Honoring Those Who Serve.

Held Saturday, March 25 at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center with hundreds of people in attendance, including honorees, guests, and community leaders, the event paid tribute to 17 individuals in public safety from The Woodlands Fire Department, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, the Montgomery County Hospital District, the Montgomery County Constable’s Office, Precinct 3, and Texas Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol. Each honoree was chosen by their respective department for exemplary service and dedication to public safety.

Receiving the Meritorious Unit Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were: Sr. Sergeant Brice Herring, Deputy Thomas Epperson, Deputy Moamen Abdelbaky, Deputy Theo Pternitis and Deputy Jonathan Combs.

Receiving the Community Policing Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was Deputy Brian Aguilar.

Receiving the Meritorious Service Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol was Trooper Kenneth Chapman.

Receiving the Meritorious Service Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty to the Montgomery County Constable’s Office, Pct. 3 was Detective Adam Acosta.

Receiving the Meritorious Service Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty to the Montgomery County Hospital District was Paramedic Sara Horton.

Receiving a Life Saving Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty, crew of Engine 101, A-shift, to The Woodlands Fire Department were Lieutenant Chris Berg, Driver Operator Brett Eaton, Firefighter Michael de los Reyes and Firefighter Brian Holasek.

Receiving a Life Saving Award for distinctive professionalism and dedication to duty, crew of Truck 106, A-shift, to The Woodlands Fire Department were Lieutenant Larry Grissom, Driver Operator Raymond Muse, Firefighter Paul Taylor and Firefighter T.J. Moore.

The Woodlands Township hosts this event each year, along with support and sponsorships from many other businesses and individuals in The Woodlands and South Montgomery County area. This year, the major sponsors were America’s ER, Kroger, Wood­forest National Bank, Alpha and Omega Mounted Security Patrol, CB&I, The Wood­lands Development Company, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Memorial Hermann, FirstSouthwest and The Wood­lands Area Economic Development Partnership.

“Every one of these individuals ensures the safety and security of residents and visitors of The Woodlands,” said The Woodlands Township Board Secretary Dr. Ann Snyder, who served as emcee for the event. “We commend them for going the extra mile in making The Woodlands a safer community.”

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Doug Goff

Doug Goff

Michael Smith

Michael Smith

Larry Johnson

Larry Johnson

JOHNSON DEVELOPMENT CORP. PROMOTES GOFF, SMITH; JOHNSON REMAINS CHAIRMAN AND CEO

Johnson Development Corp. has announced the promotion of Doug Goff and Michael J. Smith to co-presidents of the company, a milestone achievement for two key members of the management team who have helped establish Johnson as a preeminent residential and commercial land development company.

Goff, 21 years with Johnson, most recently served as COO while Smith, 17 years with Johnson, served as its senior vice president and director of land development. In their new roles, Goff will be responsible for the company’s overall residential sales and marketing strategy and will oversee commercial development initiatives while Smith will lead general land development and corporate operations. Goff and Smith will be responsible for relationship management and negotiations with Johnson’s strong stable of homebuilder partners. Larry D. Johnson, formerly president and CEO of the company, will continue to serve as the company’s CEO and will hold the new position of chairman.

Under the team’s leadership, Johnson has become one of the nation’s leading land developers with a portfolio of 17 active master-planned communities today in Houston, Dallas and Atlanta. Collectively, these communities span over 44,000 acres with entitlements for 74,000 residential units and more than 16 million square feet of commercial space. Over the past 20 years, Johnson communities have created an impressive $25+ billion in new taxable value for the communities in which they reside.

The company’s award-winning roster of master-planned communities includes four of the top 30 selling master plans in the country as ranked by new home sales in 2016, including Riverstone (#20), Cross Creek Ranch (#23), Woodforest (#27) and Sienna Plantation (#30). Johnson is also pleased to announce the recent launch of new home sales activity at Houston communities Grand Central Park, Jordan Ranch and Veranda.

Johnson Development also continues to provide development and construction services for third-party property owners who lack the management resources or in-house development team to maximize the potential of their land positions. “As we look ahead in 2017, we are excited about the continued opportunity to expand the Johnson platform on a more national basis and will take advantage of new opportunities as they arise,” said Johnson.

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MEMORIAL HERMANN MEDICAL GROUP THE WOODLANDS WELCOMES NEW ENDOCRINOLOGIST

Board certified in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, endocrinologist Navneet Kainth, M.D., has joined Memorial Hermann Medical Group The Woodlands.

A Rice University graduate, Kainth earned her medical degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She went on to complete both her residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Endocrinology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Kainth treats a variety of endocrine disorders including diabetes, thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, parathyroid disorders, adrenal disorders, and pituitary disorders.

Kainth joins family medicine physician Monica Martinez, M.D., and certified physician assistant Larry Long, MPAS, PA-C. She is seeing patients at 9305 Pinecroft Drive, Suite 101, The Woodlands. Appoint­ments may be scheduled by calling 713-897-7500.

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Tara Flannery

Tara Flannery

THE WOODLANDS PHOTOGRAPHER EARNS PRESTIGIOUS CERTIFICATION

Tara Flannery, of Tara Flannery Photography in The Woodlands, has earned the Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) designation from Professional Photographers of America (PPA).

Flannery earned this designation after completing an intensive program that measures artistic and technical competence. Professional Photographers of America currently recognizes fewer than 2,500 CPPs.

“Becoming a Certified Professional Photographer was a goal of mine for many years. I began my photography business in 2010 and always read the PPA Magazine and one day dreamed of becoming certified. After a challenge from my father, I decided to go for it. And I’m super proud of this accomplishment. More than that, I’m proud to know that I’m providing my clients with a superior product.”

Professional Photographers of America (PPA.com/CPP) is the leading body for certifying imaging professionals. CPPs must complete a written examination, finish an image evaluation and adhere to a strict code of conduct. Certification must be renewed on a periodic basis, ensuring continued confidence in the professionalism of Certified Professional Photographers.

For more information on certification, visit PPA.com/CPP. Go to taraflannery.com for booking information for Tara Flannery, CPP.

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(L-R): Linda Nelson of Memorial Hermann The Wood­lands Hospital; Matt Davis; David Argueta; Josh Urban; Dr. Debra Sukin; Melinda Stephenson; LMC Chairman of the Board Julie Ambler of The Wood­lands Christian Academy; and LMC Executive Direc­tor Sarah Rhea.

(L-R): Linda Nelson of Memorial Hermann The Wood­lands Hospital; Matt Davis; David Argueta; Josh Urban; Dr. Debra Sukin; Melinda Stephenson; LMC Chairman of the Board Julie Ambler of The Wood­lands Christian Academy; and LMC Executive Direc­tor Sarah Rhea.

LEADERSHIP MONTGOMERY COUNTY CLASS GAINS INSIGHT INTO HEALTHCARE

The Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) Class of 2017 recently gained insight into the realm of healthcare in Montgomery County during their Healthcare session, sponsored and hosted by Conroe Regional Medical Center.

Session Director Linda Nelson welcomed the class to the session and gave an overview of the day’s events before Walter Wilkerson, Jr., M.D. presented the history of healthcare in Montgomery County.

Freddy Warner with Memorial Hermann Health System presented the class with legislative healthcare updates. The class then heard about the issues facing hospital leaders in Montgomery County with the CEO panel, consisting of David Argueta of CHI St. Luke’s Health – The Woodlands & Lakeside Hospitals, Matt Davis of Conroe Regional Medical Center, Melinda Stephenson of Kingwood Medical Center, Dr. Debra Sukin of Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital, and Josh Urban of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital. Each CEO spoke on a different topic, giving insight to real concerns and issues they face.

After learning about the role healthcare centers play in the community from Missy Herndon of Interfaith Community Clinic, Bonnie Thompson of Pregnancy Assist­ance Center North, Karen Harwell of Lone Star Family Health Center, and Evan Roberson of Tri-County Services, the class enjoyed an informative tour of Conroe Regional Medical Center, which is now a Level II Trauma hospital – the first in North Montgomery County. The day ended with the Leadership Series facilitated by LMC alumni. For more information, visit LMCTX.org.

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(L-R): LMC Board Member and Infrastructure Session Director Erich Peterson of Jones|Carter, LMC Class of 2017 class member Rick Greene of Entergy Texas, Doug McCormick and Allen East of Entergy Texas, LMC Executive Director Sarah Rhea and LMC Chairman of the Board Julie Ambler of The Woodlands Christian Academy.

(L-R): LMC Board Member and Infrastructure Session Director Erich Peterson of Jones|Carter, LMC Class of 2017 class member Rick Greene of Entergy Texas, Doug McCormick and Allen East of Entergy Texas, LMC Executive Director Sarah Rhea and LMC Chairman of the Board Julie Ambler of The Woodlands Christian Academy.

ENTERGY DONATES $7,000 TO LEADERSHIP MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Entergy Texas recently presented Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) with a $7,000 grant. Through the grant, Entergy supports LMC’s class kick-off retreat, infrastructure session, an alumni event, and graduation celebration luncheon.

“Entergy has a far-reaching charitable giving program that impacts many worthwhile programs across our Texas service area. None are more deserving than LMC,” said Entergy Customer Service Manager Doug McCormick. “LMC brings talented professionals to the forefront and provides outstanding networking opportunities so graduates, past and present, can work together to benefit the county. Proudly, Entergy has had several employees graduate from LMC.”

LMC Executive Director Sarah Rhea added, “We are extremely grateful to receive this grant from Entergy. Their investment in the program has been instrumental to the success of Leadership Montgomery County. Entergy’s generosity has helped us grow the program over the years and deliver more for our class members and graduates.”

LMC is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to cultivating the future leaders of Montgomery County. The Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce, The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce, the Greater East Montgomery County Chamber, and the Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber are all partner Chambers in the LMC program. Participants are chosen by application process in June of each year. For more information, visit LMCTX.org.

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Shahid Ullah

Shahid Ullah

Ray Sanders

Ray Sanders

Bill Malone

Bill Malone

MCYS WELCOMES MALONE, ULLAH AND SANDERS TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Montgomery County Youth Services (MCYS) is pleased to announce that William D. “Bill” Malone, Shahid Ullah and Ray Sanders have been named members of the MCYS Board of Directors.

“Our board is comprised of talented industry leaders who have given immense time to area non profits, including ours,” commented John Bracken, CEO at MCYS. “The breadth and depth of experience that Bill Malone, Shahid Ullah and Ray Sanders bring to our board is amazing, and we are so honored to be able to benefit, as an organization, from their experience.”

Malone serves as an operations executive for ExxonMobil, responsible for building the operating organization and transfer to operations for the 10,000-person campus facilities, amenities and local community interface, developing new operating organization, technology systems, SMART building platforms/integration, client transition to campus and construction commissioning, start-up and hand-over per protocols. He also served in the military for 16 years – four active, 12 reserves in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 101st Airborne – 3/17th Infantry, and three Corps Artillery – 299th Engineer BN.

Malone has also given time to the following community organizations: served on the Board of Directors for Community Family Center, Southeast Community Reinvestment Committee for New Hope Housing, Academic Advisory Council for the United States Military Academy, West Point, Advisory Board Member for the US Air Force Civil Engineer and is a member of the Greater Houston United Way-Alex d’Toucville Society.

Shahid Ullah is founder of Energy Eagles, an advisory and oil and gas investment firm in Houston. Prior to that, Ullah has over 32 years of experience in the international energy sector, investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, exploration and production and the service sector. Ullah has held senior management positions with many multinational companies in the U.S. and Europe. Ullah currently serves on University of Texas’s Engineering Advisory Board and the Energy Institute Board.

His philanthropical endeavors primarily benefit underserved communities and people. Establishments that have benefited include University of Texas at Austin, endowments and minority scholarships in Petroleum Engineering, Liberal Arts, Human Ecology and Theatre and dance. Other organizations that have benefited from his support include Interfaith of The Woodlands, Boy Scouts of America, Teach for America, and Volunteer Association of Bangladesh. He has also served as mentor to college and high school students.

Ray Sanders leads the business banking group in Montgomery County for Woodforest National Bank. He is responsible for leading a team of relationship managers in working with existing business clients and building new business client relationships for companies to grow and expand their businesses.

During his 32 years in the banking industry, Sanders has held many positions of leadership within Woodforest and in the community. He currently serves on The Board of Trustees for the Conroe ISD, former chairman of the board for Interfaith of The Woodlands, and Board member for The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership. Sanders has a bachelor’s degree in Finance and a M.A. in counseling from Sam Houston State University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.

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Shannon Wilson

Shannon Wilson

CASA NAMES SHANNON WILSON DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

Shannon Wilson has joined CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County as development director. Wilson will be responsible for planning, organizing and directing all of the nonprofit organization’s fundraising efforts, including the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events and capital campaigns.

Wilson comes to CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County with more than 30 years of experience in marketing and public relations. Most recently, she served as the director of marketing and education for The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion where she led community outreach efforts, including presentations, educational programming, event production and the development of collateral marketing materials – a background that will help Wilson easily transition into her current position with CASA.

Additionally, Wilson spent most of her career marketing both the commercial and residential aspects of The Woodlands. Before working for The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Wilson served as the director of marketing for The Woodlands Operating Company, LP, Life Forms, Inc., and the Town Center Improvement District.

Email Wilson at Shannon@CA­SA­Speaks4Kids.com or call (936) 441-5437, ext. 212. Visit CASASpeaks4Kids.com for more information about CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County.

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CONROE AIRPORT EXPANDS BUSINESS JET SERVICES

Conroe North Houston Regional Airport Director Scott Smith announced a new service for business aircraft at Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport that county officials believe will boost the airport’s efforts to secure more corporate business and help the county in its economic development efforts.

The new service involves West Star Aviation, which recently announced expansion of its satellite location network to the county airport. This satellite location will service Gulfstream, Falcon, Bombardier, Hawker, and Citation aircraft in Texas and the surrounding southern region.

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Visit Solstice in the Spring master-planned community of Harmony.

Visit Solstice in the Spring master-planned community of Harmony.

CASTLEROCK COMMUNITIES OPENS NEW LIFESTYLE TOWNHOME MODELS

CastleRock Communities has opened two new model homes in Solstice at Harmony, a secluded, gated section of the fast-growing community, where the Texas homebuilder has introduced luxury lifestyle townhomes in two, three and four-bedroom plans.

CastleRock’s attached and detached luxury townhomes in Harmony range from 2,300-3,200-square-feet with features including open-concept gourmet kitchen, spacious living and dining areas, luxurious owner’s suite, covered patio, game room, media room and several builder options.

Townhome residents also experience the carefree lifestyle of year-round, professional lawn and landscaping and all exterior maintenance provided, a big plus for those seeking a high-end residence without the upkeep of a traditional home.

Located at Rayford Road and the extended Grand Parkway, Harmony is a premier Spring master-planned community by Johnson Development Corp. with new homes by Ashton Woods Homes, CastleRock Communities, Darling Homes, Highland Homes, Perry Homes, Shea Homes, Taylor Morrison, Village Builders and Westin Homes.

Traditional family homes, luxury patio homes and lifestyle townhomes are now available with model homes, each fully furnished and professionally decorated, open daily.

Harmony families benefit from the convenience of two on-site early childhood education centers and two recreation centers with resort-style pools. An H-E-B, Texas Children’s Pediatrics and various retail offerings are located at the community’s entrance. Visit Harmony-Houston.com to learn more.

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A picturesque hole at Woodforest Golf Club.

A picturesque hole at Woodforest Golf Club.

WOODFOREST GOLF CLUB ADDS INDOOR TRAINING STUDIO

Woodforest Golf Club is adding a training complex to its already generous complement of practice facilities. Slated to open in late April with an official grand opening in May, the new indoor/outdoor complex is 2,800 square feet indoors and another half-acre outdoors. The indoor component comprises three dedicated instruction bays, one bay for club fitting and an area for training, fitness and rehabilitation. A large grass tee for instruction offers a 105-foot synthetic turf. There is also a practice target green.

“Everything you need to perfect your game will be offered for instruction, club fitting, analyzing your swing, conditioning as it relates to golf as well as detailed information on diet and nutrition,” said Tom Martty, general manager of Woodforest Golf Club.

The new facility will be outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment for swing analysis including Trackman, Swing Catalyst, Boditrak Sports, V1 Sports, Blast Sports and Foresight. The fitting area will feature clubs from PING, Titleist, Mizuno, TaylorMade, Callaway and PXG and an unlimited selection of shafts and grips.

The right fit can make a measurable improvement in your game, says Alan Hodde, the club-fitting expert from AXIS Golf Academy. “Couple that with detailed analysis of your club head speed, tempo, backswing length and other factors, and you will be amazed how much your golf game transforms,” he said.

Voted Best in The Woodlands, Woodforest Golf Club is a nationally recognized 27-hole facility known for offering one of the top golf courses in Texas. The new golf training complex is part of a combination of practice facilities that includes a driving range, short-game chipping and pitching area, a 13,000-square-foot chipping/putting green and another 18,000-square-foot putting (only) green in addition to all the new complex offers.

Private and group instruction is available along with the AXIS Golf Academy. PGA professional Jon Baacke directs the Woodforest instructors on staff that features ladies and youth group lessons, while Hodde plays the lead role for AXIS. All of the staff professionals teach individual lessons as well.

To learn more visit woodforestgolf.com.

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Laura Quiñones

Laura Quiñones

Natalie Buckley

Natalie Buckley

Charita Smith

Charita Smith

CONROE ISD PRINCIPALS NAMED AT BOARD MEETING

The Conroe ISD Board of Trustees approved the naming of four new principals at their meeting Tuesday night. Anderson Elementary, Birnham Woods Elementary, Bozman Intermediate and Travis Intermediate will all have new leadership for the 2017-18 academic year.

Laura Quiñones, assistant principal at Patterson Elementary, was named principal of Anderson Elementary. Quiñones has 17 years of experience in education and has served in CISD since 2008. She is replacing Viviana Harris who will be the new principal of Houston Elementary. Harris has been the principal of Anderson Elementary since 2014.

Natalie Buckley, currently an assistant principal at Birnham Woods Elementary, was named principal of Birnham Woods. Before taking an administrative role at the campus in 2012, Buckley was a teacher at Powell Elementary for six years. Dr. Christine Butler, current Birnham Woods Elementary Principal, will open Bradley Elementary in the fall as its principal.

Bozman Intermediate’s new principal is Amber DeBeaumont. DeBeaumont is currently an assistant principal at the campus and has served in a variety of capacities in CISD since 2009. Bethany Medford, currently principal at Bozman Intermediate, will take the helm at Cryar Intermediate next year replacing Dr. Lloyd Swanson who retired.

Charita Smith will fill the principal vacancy at Travis Intermediate created when Dr. Tamika Taylor was named Director of Assessment, Evaluation, Accountability and School Improve­ment at the February board meeting. Smith is currently an assistant principal at Ford Elemen­tary and has 16 years of experience in education.

Each of the newly named principals addressed the Board and audience with excitement and gratitude.

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Faith Pitman, marketing manager with Johnson Development Corp., developer of Grand Central Park, poses with one of the pups the Conroe Animal Shelter brought to the grand opening event.

Faith Pitman, marketing manager with Johnson Development Corp., developer of Grand Central Park, poses with one of the pups the Conroe Animal Shelter brought to the grand opening event.

DREES CUSTOM HOMES EVENT COLLECTS $1,300 FOR ABANDONED ANIMALS

Drees Custom Homes not only opened a new model home in Conroe’s Grand Central Park this year, it opened the hearts of Realtors, who donated more than $1,300 to the Animal Shelter Volunteers of Texas and the Conroe Animal Shelter during a VIP event.

“Grand Central Park is the first Conroe community for Drees Custom Homes, and we wanted to make an impact in the local area,” said Christian Sommer, president of the builder’s Houston Division. “Our focus is helping people find their perfect home, so helping pets find a home is a natural extension.”

The Conroe Animal Shelter had several animals on hand during the event for snuggling and photos ops. One pet was lucky enough to go home with a guest.

Drees opened its Kentshire floor plan as its model home in Grand Central Park, located along Interstate 45 and Loop 336 South. The model showcases three bedrooms and three baths, cedar-wrapped beams in the family room, a wine bar, a gourmet kitchen with large working pantry and an outdoor kitchen with fireplace.

Drees offers nine designs priced from the $400,000s in Grand Central Park. Sizes range from 2,637 to 3,758 square feet. Several homes have sold and several others are ready for immediate occupancy.

Drees Custom Homes builds in eight Houston area neighborhoods, with prices from the $260,000s to nearly $1 million. The nation’s 10th largest privately-owned homebuilder, Drees Custom Homes is under the stewardship of a third generation of the Drees family. Learn more at dreeshomes.com.

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TOWNSHIP LAUNCHES PARKS AND RECREATION FACEBOOK PAGE

The Woodlands Township recognizes the value of connecting with residents, businesses, and visitors through a variety of platforms and continues to expand the methods through which the public can receive information and notices.

The Township’s Parks and Recreation Department has officially launched a Facebook page to efficiently provide information to community members regarding the various recreational and environmental services provided by the Township. Page followers can explore Township parks and facilities, stay up to date with community events, learn valuable environmental tips and resources and find details on the hundreds of recreation programs coordinated by the Township throughout the year. To follow the page, visit facebook.com/townshipparksandrec.

“We are excited to be able to communicate our services, programs and events through this medium. Facebook is a great way to stay in touch with our residents,” said Chris Nunes, Township director of parks and recreation.

To get connected with all Township communication channels, visit thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/stayinformed

For more information, visit thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov, or call 281-210-3800.


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