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THE WOODLANDS, TX (March 29, 2022) -- HopePointe Anglican Church is presenting a Palm Sunday Concert, “The Seven Last Words of Christ,” with choir, soloists, organ, chamber orchestra and dance.

The Cathedral Choir of HopePointe Church, Austin Hunt, Choirmaster, in The Woodlands will present “The Seven Last Words of Christ” of Theodore Dubois at 5:00 pm, Palm Sunday, April 10. HopePointe is located at 3333 S Panther Creek Drive in The Woodlands. 

The concert - which will be less than an hour in duration - will feature Jan Cornelius, soprano, Austin Hunt, tenor, Ben LeClair, bass, and organist Sherryl Smith Pond, under the direction of Rob Hunt, conductor.  Child care for walking through age 4 is being provided by registration at https://hopepointe.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/1208574 with cost of $5. The concert is without cost, but a free will offering will be appreciated.

In addition, the music will be interpreted through dance by the Ad Deum Dance Company, a professional Christian modern dance company based in Houston and represented in fine art as well.

The texts (which are actually phrases, not individual “words”) of the “Seven Last Words of Christ” have been the inspiration to composers and theologians through the centuries and are all taken from those sayings uttered by Jesus between his crucifixion and death as recorded in the Gospels.

The concert is the launch of a new fine arts series at the church, “The Master Works.”  It is the vision of the series to bring inspired, professional musical offerings to the North Houston area.

For additional information, visit www.HopePointe.org.

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HopePointe Anglican Church to present a special Palm Sunday concert

THE WOODLANDS, TX (March 29, 2022) -- HopePointe Anglican Church is presenting a Palm Sunday Concert, “The Seven Last Words of Christ,” with choir, soloists, organ, chamber orchestra and dance.

The Cathedral Choir of HopePointe Church, Austin Hunt, Choirmaster, in The Woodlands will present “The Seven Last Words of Christ” of Theodore Dubois at 5:00 pm, Palm Sunday, April 10. HopePointe is located at 3333 S Panther Creek Drive in The Woodlands. 

The concert - which will be less than an hour in duration - will feature Jan Cornelius, soprano, Austin Hunt, tenor, Ben LeClair, bass, and organist Sherryl Smith Pond, under the direction of Rob Hunt, conductor.  Child care for walking through age 4 is being provided by registration at https://hopepointe.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/1208574 with cost of $5. The concert is without cost, but a free will offering will be appreciated.

In addition, the music will be interpreted through dance by the Ad Deum Dance Company, a professional Christian modern dance company based in Houston and represented in fine art as well.

The texts (which are actually phrases, not individual “words”) of the “Seven Last Words of Christ” have been the inspiration to composers and theologians through the centuries and are all taken from those sayings uttered by Jesus between his crucifixion and death as recorded in the Gospels.

The concert is the launch of a new fine arts series at the church, “The Master Works.”  It is the vision of the series to bring inspired, professional musical offerings to the North Houston area.

For additional information, visit www.HopePointe.org.

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Texas Familias Council, Fish Tales Restaurant, Texas AgriLife Extension, and Constable Harkness’ office are among those who help local residents

AUGUST 12, 2021 - LIBERTY COUNTY, TX - The Colony Ridge Communities have recently enjoyed being chosen as the destination location of several recent events organized by various community organizations. In one week alone, free Covid-19 vaccinations have been given to families, local teachers enjoyed a special meal catered by a family favorite restaurant, and hundreds of backpacks were distributed to local children at no cost.

Texas Familias Council created, organized, and hosted an event last Friday to provide free Covid-19 vaccinations to residents of the Colony Ridge Communities. Council president Maria Banos Jordan, president of Texas Familias Council, was instrumental in giving residents a greater sense of health, security, and well-being with the drive-up to the vaccination site to receive the vaccines in the comfort of their cars. The first 200 residents aged 12 and up received Pfizer Covid vaccines free of charge.

“This event was offered by the state of Texas and administered by the Texas Emergency Maintenance Department and the Texas National Guard,” said Jordan. “Trusted community partners are essential to the success of our efforts.” 

The mission of the Texas Familias Council is to support families and inspire inclusive communities. ?All initiatives are volunteer-driven and coordinated by Council committees consisting of diverse and respected area leaders and organizations. Council programs are provided at no cost to communities. The Council is a nonpartisan organization that welcomes elected officials and leaders committed to supporting diverse populations, regardless of affiliation.

The vaccination event was one of the latest in a series of community-based events that have taken place in Colony Ridge in partnership organized by agencies and organizations in the areas in and around Liberty County. A few days before the vaccination event, Liberty County Precinct 6 Constable Zack Harkness galvanized several local partners to donate and distribute hundreds of backpacks for students returning to Colony Ridge-area schools.

“We had 450 backpacks to give away, as well as school supplies and dental screenings from A2Z Dental & Braces,” said Harkness. “We also had representatives from our office as well as the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department. Additionally, Quadvest Utilities, All Pro Asphalt, and Play 4 Cade participated as sponsors, and our thanks go out to them.”

The week ended with teachers coming for the first time to the newly constructed Pine Burr Elementary School were treated to a special, free lunch catered by Fish Tales, a local restaurant popular with local families. Colony Ridge LLC has donated more than 30 acres of land so that Pine Burr could be constructed.

“It was important that these teachers got a good meal from us before the school year started,” said Calvin Nelson, owner of Fish Tales. “I feel like our teachers don’t get paid what they deserve.” Nelson provided 150 meals of fish, chicken, shrimp, hushpuppies, and fries at a significant discount to the school district for the event. He also pointed out that teachers enjoy discounts every Tuesday throughout the year at his restaurant.

Additionally, the week previous saw a special car seat safety event organized by Texas AgriLife Extension Passenger Safety Initiatives where numerous local families had their existing car seats properly installed or outright replaced by the organization and Constable Harkness’ office.

Colony Ridge is honored to have been chosen as a destination of choice for local community entities.

“The health, safety, and well-being of our residents is a key component to our vision,” said Trey Harris, co-founder and partner of Colony Ridge, LLC property development. “We plan to partner with additional agencies in the coming weeks, months, and years to provide even more opportunities for our communities to flourish in these trying times.” 

Colony Ridge is a master-planned community featuring the subdivisions of Santa Fe, Grand San Jacinto, Montebello, Camino Real, Rancho San Vicente, and Bella Vista. It was formed in a previously undeveloped area near US-59 and Grand Parkway (Hwy 99) to provide easily accessible and affordable housing to individuals looking to become homeowners.  The growth rate of the master-planned community has been notable, with close to 30,000 existing residents and approximately 200 families per month moving in. 

To learn more about Colony Ridge, please contact info@colonyridge.com.  

 

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Liberty County development company Colony Ridge, LLC announced a successful event in partnership with Liberty County Precinct 6 Constable Zach Harkness’ office and Texas AgriLife Passenger Safety KidSafe Initiatives to provide free car seat safety checks and free car seats to residents of the Colony Ridge communities in the area. 

“We were so proud to have been a part of this significant event that was key in ensuring the safety and security of our local residents,” said Trey Harris, co-founder and partner of Colony Ridge. “Working together with Constable Harkness and Texas AgriLife showed true community spirit, and we’re happy knowing that many families in our communities are driving around in a safer environment.” 

Constable Harkness and members of his department as well as staff from the Texas AgriLife KidSafe Initiatives personally checked and installed several car seats at the event. Personnel from nearby Plum Grove Fire Department also maintained a presence at the Santa Fe Community Center in Colony Ridge.

“We completed 25 inspections, collected eight unsafe seats, and distributed 22 new car seats,” said Rachel Walker, Program Director for Texas AgriLife Passenger Safety KidSafe Initiatives. “Several of the children arrived unrestrained or in seat belts only, so it was a great day getting these kids back in car seats and boosters.”

Colony Ridge is a master-planned community featuring the subdivisions of Santa Fe, Grand San Jacinto, Montebello, Camino Real, Rancho San Vicente, and Bella Vista. It was formed in a previously undeveloped area near US-59 and Grand Parkway (Hwy 99) to provide easily accessible and affordable housing to individuals looking to become homeowners.  The growth rate of the master-planned community has been notable, with close to 30,000 existing residents and approximately 200 families per month moving in. 

To learn more about Colony Ridge, please contact Sean K. Thompson at 832-510-0117 or c3thewoodlands@gmail.com.  

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Colony Ridge, LLC partnered with Liberty County Precinct 6 Constable Zach Harkness and Texas AgriLife Passenger Safety KidSafe Initiatives to check, replace, and install car seats for local residents of Colony Ridge Communities at the Santa Fe Community Center. More information can be found by contacting 832-510-0117 or c3thewoodlands@gmail.com

 

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Former Presidential advisor will present ‘The Bulletproof Mind’ on Nov. 14

Emergency Chaplain Group is honored to announce Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, US Army (Ret.), as its keynote speaker for the 9th annual Hope for Heroes gala, taking place Saturday, November 14, at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott.

Lt. Col. Grossman’s speech will be “The Bulletproof Mind,” which showcases the resiliency of law enforcement personnel and first responders in a pandemic culture. He will present various topics such the responsibility of on and off-duty emergency service providers, how to prepare for and deal with the stress of violent encounters, and the role that first response plays in serving as the protectors to those around them.

Lt. Col. Grossman is an internationally recognized scholar, author (including co-authoring a book with Glenn Beck), soldier, and speaker. He is a former West Point psychology professor, Professor of Military Science, and an Army Ranger who has combined his experiences to present a field of scientific endeavor that contributes to our understanding of the process of healing the victims of violence, in war and peace.

He has testified before U.S. Senate and Congressional committees on three different occasions, he has testified before numerous state legislatures, and he and his research have been cited in a national address by the President of the United States.

To purchase tickets or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, visit  More information can be found on the website at https://emergencychaplain.org/2020-gala/ or by emailing hopeforheroes@emchap.org.

Emergency Chaplain Group, founded in 1998, is a group of specially trained chaplains who respond to the needs of the first responder community both on-scene and “behind-scene,” with an emphasis on Critical Incident Stress and Post Traumatic Stress services. The services offered by the group are without regard to religious affiliation (or lack thereof). For more information, visit www.emchap.org or call 855.4EM.CHAP (855.436.2427).

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CUTLINE: Retired Airborne Ranger and former Presidential advisor Lt. Col. Dave Grossman will be the keynote speaker at Emergency Chaplain Group’s 9th annual fundraising gala, Hope for Heroes. Grossman will speak on the subject of “The Bulletproof Mind,” presenting topics that include the effect of violence on first responders and the roles of emergency service personnel and their resiliency in a pandemic culture. More information can be found at www.emchap.org or by emailing hopeforheroes@emchap.org.

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June 27 event will benefit First Responders in crisis

Emergency Chaplain Group, a nonprofit organization that provides counseling services for First Responders, today announced that its annual clay shooting fundraising tournament – Shoot Clays | Save Lives – has a new date: Saturday, June 27 at Blackwood Gun Club, 1400 FM 2854 in Conroe. The event will raise funds for Emergency Chaplain Group’s services – which have never ceased even during the global pandemic – of helping First Responders in need. The event is open to the public and is sponsored by Siddons-Martin.

Teams of four can sign up for a morning’s worth of clay shooting, fine dining, and other entertainment. Individuals can also sign up and be placed in teams already registered. The event starts with registration at 8:00 am and runs through lunchtime. Individuals, organizations, and businesses that wish to sign up can register at www.emchap.org or by calling 855-4-EM-CHAP (855-436-2427) or emailing info@emchap.org.

Every day, men and women in the fields of law enforcement, firefighting, dispatch, medical, and other emergency services are subjected to countless and untold tragedies. While they’re on the job, they maintain their professionalism and expertise to help those in need. But when their shifts end and they go home, the traumas they encountered throughout the day stay with them.

“Unfortunately, the everyday traumas that are the norm for these heroes can severely affect them on and off the job, resulting in alcoholism, drug dependency, relationship issues, and even suicide,” said Paul A. Tabor, managing director and senior chaplain of ECG. “This event is one of our annual opportunities to raise funds to take care of them while they take care of the rest of us.”

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Local businesswoman ensures open lines of communication between the North Pole and local families

Owner Priyanka Johri of Woodlands Eco Realty knows intimately the stresses of the holiday season and relocating residences. And when the two happen to occur at the same time, she’s ready to help provide relief to parents and children alike. This year, she has set up a special communications pipeline to the North Pole for all residents of The Woodlands area.

“I’m pleased to announce to local families that Santa has chosen Woodlands Eco Realty’s office as his North Pole Express Mail drop location. Elves are picking up mail every evening to take to North Pole so Santa can read the letters without delay,” said Johri.

Johri goes on to explain that “Santa and his elves are very busy and we need to be able to get in touch with our letter-senders’ parents to keep them updated on the situation. Naturally, the longer children wait to get us their letters, the harder it will be for Santa and his crew to keep up with demand.”

The mailbox was brought to Woodlands Eco Realty by Santa himself, who also recently paid a visit to the offices at the second annual Santa Pawz event where dogs and their owners were treated to entertainment, refreshments, and free photos with the jolly old elf. This annual tradition and fundraiser for Pure Mutts Animal Sanctuary ensures that pet parents also get to take their fur kids to pictures with Santa while helping less fortunate pups.

Families can bring kids to drop their letters in Santa’s mailbox at Woodlands Eco Realty office located at 26519 I-45 North, on the southbound feeder between Woodlands Parkway and Sawdust Road during extended holiday business hours.

Additionally, Johri – the broker owner of Woodlands Eco Realty and Realtor – is continuing her tradition of ensuring that Santa finds all the children who have recently moved to a new home. “I heard from many young children of my clients how concerned they are that Santa might not be able to find their new house,” said Johri. “So I made sure to give him a list of all those children so that he could reach out before Christmas Eve and assure those children that he’ll find them.”

These services and events – as well as Johri’s daily “Elf on the Shelf” humorous memes that she posts on her Facebook page to help out stressed out parents – serve to lessen the holiday stress on home-sellers and home-buyers during this hectic holiday season.

About Woodlands Eco Realty

Woodlands Eco Realty is located at 26519 Interstate 45 N, The Woodlands, TX 77380. For more information, call 832-277-3577 or visit www.WoodlandsEcoRealty.com.

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Local businesswoman ensures open lines of communication between the North Pole and local families

Owner Priyanka Johri of Woodlands Eco Realty knows intimately the stresses of the holiday season and relocating residences. And when the two happen to occur at the same time, she’s ready to help provide relief to parents and children alike. This year, she has set up a special communications pipeline to the North Pole for all residents of The Woodlands area.

“I’m pleased to announce to local families that Santa has chosen Woodlands Eco Realty’s office as his North Pole Express Mail drop location. Elves are picking up mail every evening to take to North Pole so Santa can read the letters without delay,” said Johri.

Johri goes on to explain that “Santa and his elves are very busy and we need to be able to get in touch with our letter-senders’ parents to keep them updated on the situation. Naturally, the longer children wait to get us their letters, the harder it will be for Santa and his crew to keep up with demand.”

The mailbox was brought to Woodlands Eco Realty by Santa himself, who also recently paid a visit to the offices at the second annual Santa Pawz event where dogs and their owners were treated to entertainment, refreshments, and free photos with the jolly old elf. This annual tradition and fundraiser for Pure Mutts Animal Sanctuary ensures that pet parents also get to take their fur kids to pictures with Santa while helping less fortunate pups.

Families can bring kids to drop their letters in Santa’s mailbox at Woodlands Eco Realty office located at 26519 I-45 North, on the southbound feeder between Woodlands Parkway and Sawdust Road during extended holiday business hours.

Additionally, Johri – the broker owner of Woodlands Eco Realty and Realtor – is continuing her tradition of ensuring that Santa finds all the children who have recently moved to a new home. “I heard from many young children of my clients how concerned they are that Santa might not be able to find their new house,” said Johri. “So I made sure to give him a list of all those children so that he could reach out before Christmas Eve and assure those children that he’ll find them.”

These services and events – as well as Johri’s daily “Elf on the Shelf” humorous memes that she posts on her Facebook page to help out stressed out parents – serve to lessen the holiday stress on home-sellers and home-buyers during this hectic holiday season.

About Woodlands Eco Realty

Woodlands Eco Realty is located at 26519 Interstate 45 N, The Woodlands, TX 77380. For more information, call 832-277-3577 or visit www.WoodlandsEcoRealty.com.

 
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Local businesswoman ensures open lines of communication between the North Pole and local families

Owner Priyanka Johri of Woodlands Eco Realty knows intimately the stresses of the holiday season and relocating residences. And when the two happen to occur at the same time, she’s ready to help provide relief to parents and children alike. This year, she has set up a special communications pipeline to the North Pole for all residents of The Woodlands area.

“I’m pleased to announce to local families that Santa has chosen Woodlands Eco Realty’s office as his North Pole Express Mail drop location. Elves are picking up mail every evening to take to North Pole so Santa can read the letters without delay,” said Johri.

Johri goes on to explain that “Santa and his elves are very busy and we need to be able to get in touch with our letter-senders’ parents to keep them updated on the situation. Naturally, the longer children wait to get us their letters, the harder it will be for Santa and his crew to keep up with demand.”

The mailbox was brought to Woodlands Eco Realty by Santa himself, who also recently paid a visit to the offices at the second annual Santa Pawz event where dogs and their owners were treated to entertainment, refreshments, and free photos with the jolly old elf. This annual tradition and fundraiser for Pure Mutts Animal Sanctuary ensures that pet parents also get to take their fur kids to pictures with Santa while helping less fortunate pups.

Families can bring kids to drop their letters in Santa’s mailbox at Woodlands Eco Realty office located at 26519 I-45 North, on the southbound feeder between Woodlands Parkway and Sawdust Road during extended holiday business hours.

Additionally, Johri – the broker owner of Woodlands Eco Realty and Realtor – is continuing her tradition of ensuring that Santa finds all the children who have recently moved to a new home. “I heard from many young children of my clients how concerned they are that Santa might not be able to find their new house,” said Johri. “So I made sure to give him a list of all those children so that he could reach out before Christmas Eve and assure those children that he’ll find them.”

These services and events – as well as Johri’s daily “Elf on the Shelf” humorous memes that she posts on her Facebook page to help out stressed out parents – serve to lessen the holiday stress on home-sellers and home-buyers during this hectic holiday season.

About Woodlands Eco Realty

Woodlands Eco Realty is located at 26519 Interstate 45 N, The Woodlands, TX 77380. For more information, call 832-277-3577 or visit www.WoodlandsEcoRealty.com.

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Woodlands’ newest theatre brings a holiday show that’s fun for the whole family; including free photos with Santa

Points North Theatre Company has announced that tickets are now on sale for its inaugural holiday family show in The Woodlands, A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol. The show will run on Saturdays, December 7, 14, and 21, with two performances per day at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Points North Theatre is housed in the REC – Recreational Enrichment Center at 1540 Sawdust Road on the Journey Church property.

A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol tells the familiar tale of the Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, but with a twist: all of the characters are out of fairy tales. The Big Bad Wolf, King Midas, Fairy Godmother, Old King Cole, Cinderella, Prince Charming, the Three Little Pigs, and more will delight audiences of all ages. The show itself is narrated by Santa Claus himself. Additionally, free photos with Santa are available after every performance.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors; infant children up to one year old may enjoy the performance free of charge as long as they are in a guardian’s or parent’s lap. Tickets can be purchased in advance at https://buy.ticketstothecity.com/venue.php?org_id=84 or via the website at www.PointsNorthTheatre.org. Reservations can also be made by calling the box office at 832-422-8348 or emailing admin@pointsnorththeatre.org.

Points North is the former UpStage Theatre that recently moved into The Woodlands area from Houston Heights. The theatre’s new motto is “Bringing an Exceptional Children’s Series, Evening Series, and Theatrical Education Experience to The Woodlands Area Community.” Each production is carefully considered for its artistic and cultural accessibility to the public.

The REC – Recreational Enrichment Center is a multipurpose entertainment and instructional venue located on the grounds of Journey Church at 1540 Sawdust Road in The Woodlands. To book space for your own event, call 281-433-7819, visit www.OurREC.com, or email karri@OurREC.com.