Here's some greaat news for your back to school chopping efforts! Hennes and Mauritz Inc., also known as H&M, will open a new store this fall at 20131 Hwy. 59 N., Humble, in the Deerbrook Mall. The 19,000-square-foot retail store will feature clothing for women, men and teens as well as the H&M kids collection for newborns to 14-year-olds.
Source: Community Impact News
Friendswood Development Company held a drawing in all of its 85 fully furnished models during the Discovery New Home Tour this spring, which was a city-wide showcase of the developer's 27 communities. David Kelley, a resident of Atascocita, was the chosen winner of the $5,000 prize. David was in Kingwood Royal Brook at the time of the campaign; he was exploring new homes for his wife and their two kids. They are looking to move in the immediate future, and seek a premier community that offers its homeowners natural beauty, amenities, and a family-centric lifestyle.
Wholesome Kitchen & Bar, located at 250 Assay St., Ste. 100, is open in Redemption Square in the Generation Park community. The restaurant, along with its neighbor concept, Wholesome Pies, are the brainchild of Houston restaurateur Michael Collins. The upscale kitchen focuses on serving dishes made from locally sourced and organic ingredients, such as pan-seared salmon, rib-eye, and seasonal soups and salads. It also features a full-service bar featuring signature cocktails. This one is definately one to try!
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Calling all youth ages 5 – 15! You’re invited to participate in the Woodtrace Wilderness Kids Triathlon on Saturday, June 22, 2019 in the beautiful, Tomball-area community of Woodtrace, located in Pinehurst, TX. The race, a USA Triathlon-sanctioned event, will have two designated start times: 7:30 am for ages 5 to 10 and 8:30 am for ages 11 to 15. The swim will be 100 yards for ages 5-10 and 200 yards for ages 11-15; bike ride will be 2 miles for 5-10 and 4 miles for ages 11-15; and run will be 1 mile for 5-10 and 2 miles for 11-15.
Humble ISD Deputy Superintendent Roger Brown announced his retirement in May, and the district recently hired Crosby High School Principal Terry Perkins to serve in the position. Perkins has 21 years of experience working in education, as he worked in Fort Bend and Mineral Wells ISDs before starting at HISD in 2000.