Posts Tagged ‘Christmas in July’

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ExploreSpring.com News Highlights 3/27/2009

March 28, 2009
Human Services Professional Institute (HSPI) Schedules April Seminar
Spring Texas

Seminar on Ethics is Set for Friday, April 3

The Human Services Professional Institute (HSPI) at Lone Star College-Montgomery, which is designed to provide continuing education opportunities and develop partnerships with area human services agencies, will offer a seminar on Friday, April 3, focusing on “Ethics.”

 

Community College Choral Festival Returns to Lone Star College-Montgomery

Lone Star College-Montgomery will host for a second year the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Choral Festival on Friday, March 27. Choirs from community colleges throughout the greater Houston area will join together for a full day of rehearsing and music making, culminating in a free, public performance at 7:30 p.m. in the Lone Star College-Montgomery Center for the Arts (Building D theatre). More than 100 singers are expected to participate, creating a massive sound that will fill the hall.

 

Commissioner Eversole to Speak at Chamber Banquet
Christmas in July Gala

The 2nd Annual Christmas in July Gala to distinguish the year’s best business with the Toni Awards

Spring, Texas – March 25, 2009 – The Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce (SKCC) is proud to announce that Jerry Eversole, Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner, will be the special guest speaker at the chamber’s 2nd Annual Christmas in July Gala.

 

IEC Speakers to Include Polumbaum and Tolbert; Poster Contest Deadline Nears

HOUSTON (March 18, 09) — Lone Star College System and the Gulf Coast International Education Consortium will host the Sixth Annual International Education Conference, Asia: Bridging the New World, April 17 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at Lone Star College-Tomball.

 

“Kierkegaard: Father of Existentialism?” is Topic for April 2 Lyceum Series

The Lone Star College-Montgomery Lyceum Speaker Series welcomes Dr. C. Stephen Evans, professor of philosophy and humanities at Baylor University, who will lecture on “Is Kierkegaard the Father of Existentialism?” on Thursday, April 2, at 6 p.m. in building B, room 102. A “meet and greet” reception with refreshments will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the lobby outside of the lecture hall in building B.

 

Get Your Green On

It is time to get your green on! Not because it is lucky on St. Patrick’s Day or if
you are Irish, but because:

 

The Riddle Report, March 17, 2009

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Ever since I began chairing the Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, it seems like I haven’t had the time to sleep or eat, much less update you on our progress!

What’s Happening This Weekend

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Carranza Puppets Production of Rumpelsti

Indoor Spin-a-Thon at the YMCA

Mercer Bamboo Meetings
Houston Symphony – Bach VS. Vivaldi
Weight Management Classes

Wildflower Walk and Bike Tour at Jones P

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Mah Jongg Tournament

YMCA Spring Youth Sports

Wildflower Walk and Bike Tour at Jones P

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Celebrate Christmas Early with Spring Klein Chamber of Commerce

June 17, 2008

The Chamber to hold their first event to promote Spring, Texas and introduce area residents to local businesses with a festive celebration

Spring, TX – June 16, 2008 – The Spring Klein Chamber of Commerce (SKCC) will hold their first annual Christmas in July banquet with a live auction on Friday, July 25, 2008 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  All proceeds from the auction will be to support the startup of the Chamber, a not-for-profit organization (application pending) that operates to promote business development, a strong community and superior quality of life in Spring and Klein Texas .

To be held at the Augusta Pines Savannahs in Spring, Texas , the event will have all the ambience and air of Christmas complete with dinner, dancing, holiday decor and live music. In its first year the Chamber hopes to increase awareness about the Chamber, boost its current membership by 20%, and raise $5,000 for its startup year.

The live auction will feature a host of items ranging from household products and baked goods to sports memorabilia and event tickets. Running the auction will be Mark Moore with Cheray Auctioneers, License # 15019, who is volunteering his time in support of the chamber.  Special guests are expected throughout the evening to celebrate the season with Spring business owners and residents.

“We are so excited to be creating an organization dedicated to the well being of the Spring Klein area. We want to nurture it and preserve its beauty, while embracing the enormous growth we are experiencing,” said Elle Carnes, Chairman of the banquet.

Tickets are on sale now at $50 for chamber members and $55 for non-members. SKCC is soliciting donations for door prizes and auction items, as well as underwriters and advertisers for the event program.  If you would like to contribute or attend the auction, please visit us online at www.springkleinchamber.org or contact Elle Carnes, Banquet Chair, via email info@springkleinchamber.org or phone at (281) 912-1107.

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Spring-Klein Chamber to Hold Benefit Auction

June 6, 2008

Spring, Texas—The Spring Klein Chamber of Commerce (SKCC) will hold their 1st annual Christmas in July banquet and silent auction on July 25, 2008. All proceeds from the auction will be support the startup of the Chamber, a not-for-profit organization that operates to promote business development, a strong community and superior quality of life in Spring and Klein Texas.

In its 1st year the Chamber hopes to increase awareness about the Chamber, boost membership by 20%, and raise $5,000 for its startup year.

“We are so excited to be creating an organization dedicated to the well being of the Spring and Klein area. We want to nurture it and preserve its beauty, while embracing the enormous growth we are experiencing,” said Elle Carnes, Chairman of the banquet.

The organization is soliciting donations for auction, underwriters, and offering for ads in the event catalog. If you would like to contribute or attend the auction, please visit us online or contact Elle Carnes, Banquet Chair, via email or phone (281) 912-1107.