Good Shepherd, Tomball, youth director Sara Hailey is offering an Extreme Couponing Class on Saturday June 25 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Hailey does more than save money when she shops. Sometimes makes money.
Update: As firefighters continued to battle the Grimes County fires, the fire line came as close as 3.5 miles from Camp Allen. Today, fire crews and rain combined to tame the blazes, but not before thousands of acres were burned along with 32 homes at last report.
St. Alban’s, Austin, recently donated 1200 books to the first grade class at Menchaca Elementary School in the hopes of preventing the typical “summer slide” in reading comprehension. Each of the 106 first graders received 12 books donated by St. Alban’s.
The Diocese of Western Massachusetts is thankful that their parishes in the area did not suffer any damage, but community homes and businesses were affected.
Guests took part in a baptism in the lake for Julee Potter and three of her children, Jordan, Jayson and Jaxson, led by the Rev. Susan Gerding.
On May 10, eight fifth grade students at Neal Elementary were surprised and delighted with the announcement of the 2011 St. Andrew’s, Bryan Scholar awards. They came up to the stage with proud smiles and excitement to receive their special award that would help boost their college education.
St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities' Community Health Leadership Program honors a nonprofit leader for his or her work in improving the health of vulnerable populations.
St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Austin broke ground March 31 for a new chapel on its 31st Street campus under the shade of large oak trees as hundreds of current and former students, faculty, families and friends joined to celebrate.