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absolutely! Q & A Sickle Cell: Part One

Experts: Hematologists at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus   Q: What is Sickle cell disease? Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood...
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Jingle Tree at Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land

This holiday season, join the merriment with the Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) at Sugar Land’s newest annual event, Jingle Tree! Give,...
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Can the Public School System Be Saved?

By Henry Dibrell - Can the public school system be saved? This is a question many of us have struggled with. Another question to consider: Is there a...
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Out & About – November 2014

30It’s the Pits Cookers helped make the Student Art Auction at the Fort Bend County Fair. The team not only provided food, they purchased several...
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David Elgarico Joins West Houston Medical Center as Chief Operating Officer

Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) affiliated West Houston Medical Center’s (WHMC) Chief Executive Officer Todd Caliva announced that David...
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28th Annual Celebrity Paws Gala Set for November 22nd

Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) Shelter and Pet Adoption Center is excited to present the 28th Annual Celebrity Paws Gala on Saturday November...
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Katy Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts Education Committee Meeting

The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce Education will hold their monthly meeting on November 12th at 8:30 am at the Chamber of Commerce office in La...
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15th Annual Bike the Bend for Literacy

The Literacy Council of Fort Bend County would like to invite you to join them for the 15th Annual Bike the Bend for Literacy on November 23rd...
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Jingle Tree at  Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land This holiday season, join the merriment with the Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) at Sugar Land’s newest annual event, Jingle Tree! Give, own and be merry when you bid on dazzling, pre-decorated trees in a silent auction amongst festive company. Jingle Tree features a showcase of beautifully...