Posts Tagged ‘Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce’

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Spring-Klein Chamber Open House tonight 6-8pm

August 18, 2011

SKCC Open HouseYour Invited to the Spring-Klein Chamber Open House Tonight from 6 – 8pm at the Chamber Office located at 4625 FM 2920, #113, Spring, TX 77388

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This Thursday! Attend the Spring-Klein Business Expo

July 19, 2011

Greetings!

Make plans to attend and share
with all your friends.

 

Where:

Champion Life Centre

3031 FM 2920

Spring, TX 77388

Driving
Directions

When:

Thursday July 21, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM CDT

Add to my calendar

 

MEET AREA
VENDORS

LEARN
FROM EXPO WORKSHOPS

BID ON
SILENT AUCTION ITEMS

REGISTER
FOR GREAT Door Prizes

Samsung
32″ Flat Screen TV $400 Value

Donated
by Walmart (FM 2920 and Kuykendahl)

Day at
Splashtown – includes Tickets for Four $100 value

ADMISSION
is FREE!

 

 

See you there!

 

Candace Runaas, Board Chairman

Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce

281-528-8882

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Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce: Spring-Klein Business Expo

July 15, 2011

The Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce (SKCC) invites the community to attend the “Spring-Klein Business Expo,” on Thursday, July 21.  Nearly 100
area exhibitors from various industries will be there for business owners and the public to learn more about products and services of all kinds.

The schedule of mini-workshop topics for the day’s event includes Social Media Tools to Drive Clients to Your Business by Siva Yenneti of IT Vibes, Weight Loss through Ideal Protein by Dr. My Lin Nguyen of Zen Salon and Laser Spa, Hurricane Preparedness by Cypress Creek EMS, and Business
Recycling Practices
by I Am Green Recycling.

A 32″ Samsung flat screen television, donated by Walmart, at FM 2920 and Kuykendahl, will be awarded as a door prize during the event.

Admission to the event is free to the public.  The Expo takes place from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Champion Life Centre, located at 3031 FM 2920 in Spring.

All businesses, non-profits and organizations in the Harris County area are invited to participate as vendors and attendees.  To donate a silent auction item or learn more about becoming a vendor, please contact Siboney Trevino-Toth at siboney_trevinototh@us.aflac.comor 713-206-7958.

The Business Expo vendor registration deadline is Friday, July 15, 2011.   For your convenience, the online link for easy registration and payment or you can submit it manually at our office at 20920 Kuykendahl #E (within the Texas Home Group Bldg.) using the downloadable registration form links below.

Business Expo Information Sheet

Business Expo Registration Form

Silent Auction Item Form – Donations Still Being Accepted

If you aren’t a vendor this year, mark your calendar to visit the Expo on July 21st from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 pm. Admission is free to the public.  Read below to see the latest on the event.  You don’t want to miss this!

About ExploreSpring.com

Explore Spring Texas is a locally owned and operated online city guide and business directory for Spring TX. There you can find all kinds of services – from restaurants and automobiles to shopping and home services. A online community resource for Spring & Klein TX, providing local news, real estate, jobs, calendar & events, free press releases, free classified ads, free garage sale ads, monthly photo contests, affordable advertising and more. ExploreSpring.com provides a central online location 24 hours a day to find information relevant to the Spring TX Community. The web site is located at http://www.explorespring.com.

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Spring Texas News Updates April 1, 2009

April 1, 2009
The Riddle Report March 31, 2009

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

It took much longer than any of us anticipated, but the House is finally on a regular schedule, hearing bills every day on the floor. It seems every session we feel like we are behind the expected pace, yet we always seem to catch up. The real question is this: is it a good thing or a bad thing if we pass less legislation than normal? On the one hand, fewer laws usually means less intrusive government. On the other hand, good bills and bad bills both tend to die when we fall behind. Like my mother always told me: “There’s no piece of pie sliced so thin that it doesn’t have two sides!”

Spring ISD Kindergarten Roundup Schedule

HOUSTON – Spring ISD elementary schools will hold Kindergarten Roundup in April and May for children who will begin kindergarten in the 2009-10 school year.
Kindergarten in Spring ISD is a full-day program for children who will be five years old by Sept. 1, 2009. Registration for kindergarten is voluntary, but once a child enrolls for kindergarten, he or she becomes subject to the compulsory attendance law. That law requires a student to be in attendance at least 90 percent of the days that school is in session in order to receive credit.

FUEL FRIDAY at the YMCA


FUEL Friday returns to the South Montgomery County YMCA on April 3rd, 700pm.

“Making Fitness Fun” at the South Montgomery County YMCA

Healthy Kids Day® on April 18th
YMCA Healthy Kids Day® Builds Healthier Lives for Local Kids and Families

Join hundreds of children and their families as we celebrate fitness at the 18th Annual YMCA Healthy Kids Day® on Saturday, April 18th,, at more than 35 YMCA centers across the Houston area. The big celebration is FREE to the public and is the nation’s largest health day for children, supporting the healthy growth and development of kids and families.

YMCA Trail Run Presented by “Conroe’s Incredible Pizza”

Charity Event Featuring a 5K Trail Run, One Mile Kids Race and 3K Walk
Early Registration Deadline is April 24th.

YMCA Spring Youth Sports

Where everyone is given the opportunity to play

Chamber Singers Set to Embark on Spring Tour in Central Texas

“Choral Potpourri and the British Invasion” on Tap for Georgetown, Austin
The Lone Star College-Montgomery Chamber Singers, a select choir of 16 voices, will appear on tour in Georgetown and Austin, Texas. The choir will present free, public performances at the First United Methodist Church of Georgetown on Thursday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. and Central Presbyterian Church in downtown Austin on Friday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m.

 

About ExploreSpring.com

Explore Spring Texas is a locally owned and operated online city guide and business directory for Spring TX. There you can find all kinds of services – from restaurants and automobiles to shopping and home services. A online community resource for Spring & Klein TX, providing local news, real estate, jobs, calendar & events, free press releases, free classified ads, free garage sale ads, monthly photo contests, affordable advertising and more. ExploreSpring.com provides a central online location 24 hours a day to find information relevant to the Spring TX Community. The web site is located at http://www.explorespring.com .

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Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce Announces School House Rock Back to School Drive!

August 6, 2008

Spring, Texas – The Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce (SKCC) announced its first ever School House Rock Back to School Drive. The event to be held at the Crabby Daddy Steakhouse on Thursday, August 14, 2008 from 5pm to 7 pm will collect school supplies for less fortunate children in our community. Crabby Daddy Restaurant is located at 25186 1-45 North, 1 block east on Rayford Rd, in Suite 4G, The Woodlands, TX 77386. So come on out and mix and mingle with business colleagues while helping our community’s children return to school with the supplies they need for a good start this school year!

For a list of needed items and details on this event, please e-mail the Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce at info@springkleinchamber.org.

This event and many others can be found on Spring’s community calendar visit Spring online Today!

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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.