May 2017 Events

May 9th, 11:30 am  •  Forty Years of Families Luncheon Join Spaulding for Children as they celebrate 40 years of transforming the lives of children in foster care through adoption at the Houston Country Club, located at One Potomac Drive. KPRC 2’s Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley will be the...

To Eat or Not To Eat

Kids’ Corner | By Patrick Biron – If you’ve ever spent more than four minutes around any child, you have probably noticed their fascination with sugar. And, if you’ve ever tried to check out past the candy bar display or drive by a donut store on a Sunday, you’ve found yourself asking the...

Ear Infections 101

Expert: Dr. Ronald Vilela, pediatric otolaryngology surgeon at Texas Children’s Hospital. Q: What is an ear infection? A typical ear infection is an inflammation of the middle ear. It’s one of the most common childhood infections and can occur in one ear at a time or both ears at the same time. Ear...

Treat Yourself While Helping Others

Houstonians are famous for their philanthropy. Non-profit events drive the social scene, and a different one happens almost every night in the Bayou City. As much as Houstonians give back, they also love to shop, so the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Shop With Heart Card event creates a unique...

Spring Branch-Memorial Sports Association’s Love of Football Legacy

In 2016, the Jones brothers – Scott, Curt, Wade and Todd – along with Wade’s son Garrett agreed to form and coach a new team in the Varsity Football Division of the Spring Branch-Memorial Sports Association (SBMSA) called the Wolfpack. Each of these coaches played football for and graduated from...

C.F. Duer: Immigrant, Capitalist, Texan

A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY | By The Heritage Society – A building nearly two centuries old is bound to contain numerous stories within its walls. The Old Place Cabin at The Heritage Society is such a place. The house was built in 1823 on Clear Creek by John R. Williams, one of Austin’s “Old Three...

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