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Houston Humane Society Offers Tips for a Safe Halloween for your Family Pet

The Houston Humane Society (HHS) wants everyone to take the following steps to be sure pets have a happy, healthy and humane Halloween.

If you plan to hand out candy this season, be sure your dog or cat is secure (whether in a crate or another room). Many pets escape through frequently opened doors!

Be sure all pets are wearing collars with ID tags. Many of us leave collars and tags off from time to time, but this time of year it is imperative that you don’t forget to put their identification on them. Constant doorbell ringing, frequent visitors, and disruption in their normal routine can spook even the most well-adjusted pet. If your pet does dart out, you want to make sure they have their ID!


Manvel High School Band Holiday Vendor Market

Support the Manvel High School Band at their 2nd Annual Holiday Vendor Market!

Holiday Vendor Market

Sunday, November 3, Noon to 5 pm 

Hilton Garden Inn Ballroom
12101 Shadow Creek Pkwy, Pearland

There are more than 30 vendors. Live entertainment by Manvel High School Jazz Band, Manvel High School Caelistis Women's Choir, and Nolan Ryan JH Longhorn Choir Ambassadors. The Manvel High School Color Guard is sponsoring a Kiddie Korral for your shopping pleasure! 

Come to shop or just browse and enjoy the entertainment!

The Holiday Vendor Market is hosted by the Manvel High School Band Boosters.


Manvel High School Presents Dracula

The Manvel High School Maverick Players present DRACULA: October 25th & 26th at 7 pm and October 27th at 2 pm. The play is adapted by William McNulty and produced by special arrangements with Playscripts. The show will be held at the Manvel High School Auditorium.




Houston Zoo Boo Kicks Off this Weekend

Houston's largest family-friendly Halloween event is back! Zoo Boo will kick off October 12th. The event will be held Saturdays and Sundays, October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 and 27 from 9 am to 4 pm, and Friday mornings, October 11, 18 and 25 from 9 am to 1 pm.

Activities at the Houston Zoo Boe include:

NEW FOR 2013: The Candy Cave*

John P. McGovern Children’s Zoo
 No tricks, just treats! The bat cave is overflowing with larger-than-life candy! Feast your eyes on peppermints, candies, and lollipops bigger than your head! This is a Halloween treat you won’t want to miss.
*Candy in the Candy Cave is not edible.


Bayou City Art Festival October 12 & 13, 2013

The weather cools and Houstonians celebrate at the Bayou City Art Festival Downtown! This urban festival, set against the dramatic skyline of the nation's fourth largest city, was ranked in the top 20 in Sunshine Artists 200 Best Art Festivals in September 2012 and has been consistently in the 200 Best's Top 10. The festival is showcased in front of City Hall and around Hermann Square on the streets of Walker, Bagby,and McKinney, as well as Sam Houston Park.


ACC student honored at conference for JFK research

Alvin Community College Honors student John Brundrett was recently honored for his historical essay on the people who witnessed events surrounding the John F. Kennedy Assassination.

Brundrett, of Manvel, attended the 2013 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference on July 19-21 and was recognized as one of 10 winners throughout the country. The conference was sponsored by the Frank J. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism at the University of North Texas.
While at the conference, Brundrett met several journalists and authors including Ron Powers, who helped pen Flags of our Fathers and a biography of Mark Twain. Powers is one of Brundrett’s favorite authors.

“I was ecstatic,” he said. “I couldn’t wait to go to Dallas and meet Ron Powers.”


HCA Gulf Coast Division to break ground on Pearland Medical Center

HCA Gulf Coast Division President Maura Walsh announced the groundbreaking for its $71 million, 144,000-square-foot Pearland Medical Center. The groundbreaking celebration is Tuesday, September 17, 2013, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at 10970 Shadow Creek Parkway, Pearland, 77584.


Girl Scouts kick off recruitment season

When a girl says, “I can’t wait to,” you know that what’s coming next is something she’s excited about. Whether she’s talking about tomorrow’s trip to the art museum or football game next Saturday, that wide-eyed anticipation is one of the best parts of childhood. Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council (GSSJC), one of the largest Girl Scout councils in the U.S., is giving girls the opportunity to make memories that last a lifetime by being a part of the premier leadership organization for girls. It’s kicking off recruitment season with rallies across southeast Texas.


Pearland ISD dedicates Robert Turner College and Career High School

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Pearland ISD officials and employees and guests were on hand Sunday (Aug. 25) for the dedication of the Robert Turner College and Career High School on Bailey Road.
About the School

TCCHS is an exciting, innovative opportunity for students who are interested in earning professional certifications and up to 60 college credit hours or an associate of arts degree by graduation.

Career pathways will include medical science, business/finance, agriculture science, art and technology and science, technology, engineering and math.

In addition, high school elective coursework will be specialized to lead to professional certifications.


Highland Homes Announces New 60' Section Opening Soon

Highland Homes has announced the opening of a new section of 60' homesites in Sedona Lakes. Priced from the $280s, the new section features cul-de-sac, oversized and creek view lots. For more information, contact (281) 489-3020.