AAR Pet of the Week May 18, 2015

AAR Pet of the Week May 18, 2015
I am a happy vivacious 9 month old youngster looking for my forever home.  I have so much fun running, playing fetch and chasing active kids; although I’ve been known to be timid of a toddler.   I’ll need lots of chew toys, attention, play time and basic training . My name is Kimba and  I will be your very best friend!  Please co [...]

The Rotary Club of Magnolia hosted lunch for the 8th grade students and their business sponsors involved in the Magnolia ISD & Rotary Job Shadow Program.  Eleven of the students are from Magnolia Junior High and ten of the students are from Bear Branch Junior High. All students received paper certifications that they had participated in [...]

The Tomball Rotary Club welcomed Debbie Allison with Abandoned Animal Rescue (AAR) to its weekly luncheon. AAR, an all-volunteer, no-kill animal center is building a 10,000 sq ft animal facility. AAR owns the land outright and has about half of the funds needed for phase one. Allison told the club that AAR is really making a difference in ou [...]

MHS senior earns rank of Eagle Scout

MHS senior earns rank of Eagle Scout
Mackenzie (Mack) Ferguson, son of Mike and Maureen Ferguson of Magnolia, celebrated earning Scouting’s highest honor at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor on May 3. Ferguson is a senior at Magnolia High School (MHS) and a member of Boy Scout Troop 491 in Montgomery. Eagle Scout is the highest attainable rank in Boy Scouting and requires years of [...]

The Magnolia High School Wind Ensemble competed recently at UIL Concert and Sight Reading at Caney Creek High School. The Band earned a “Superior Rating” of 1 on Stage and 1 in Sight Reading resulting in earning the UIL Sweepstakes Trophy. Wind Ensemble is under the direction of John Winebrenner.

US Congressman Kevin Brady was presented with the Alliance for Patient Access’ (AfPA) Spring 2015 Medicare Part B Patient Access Champion Award and the AfPA and the National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs’ (NANASP) 2015 Medicare Part D Patient Access Champion Award. “This award is in recognition not only of the Congress [...]

Tomball Rental visits Capitol Hill

Tomball Rental visits Capitol Hill
Pictured L-R: Greg Kitchens, Tomball Rental Center; Kevin Reim, Redtail Equipment Rental in College Station, Rep. Michael McCaul, Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security and represents Tomball and surrounding area; Willie Strange, Eagle Rentals in Seguin, Tx. Greg Kitchens, Tomball Rental Center of Tomball, joined colleagues fro [...]

LSC students celebrate success with c...

LSC students celebrate success with commencement ceremonies
Lone Star College students received their associate degrees or certificates this spring as part of the commencement ceremonies held at all six Lone Star Colleges. More than 6,400 LSC students were eligible to receive their associate degrees or certificates.   More than 6,400 Lone Star College students were eligible to receive their asso [...]

The Problem Isn’t Synthetic Mar...

The Problem Isn’t Synthetic Marijuana.  The Problem Is Prohibition.
by Thomas L. Knapp Per CNN, New York governor Andrew Cuomo attributes 160 emergency room visits in his state, over a period of only nine days, to “synthetic marijuana” use. Alabama’s Department of Public Health claims 98 overdoses statewide in March. The chemical stew – sold under the fiction that it’s to be used as in [...]

Bill Berger with B-geO Magnolia Miles presented the Greater Magnolia Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) with a $5,455 check at the GMCC Monthly Membership Luncheon on April 23. The B-geO Magnolia Miles Bike Ride benefits both the Holy Name Passionate Retreat Center and GMCC.  Pictured back left to right: Gerry Luther, David Arevalo, Fr. Ronan Newbol [...]