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Katy Star of Destiny Chapter, NSDAR, Awards Rylander Elementary Teacher a United States Flag

Katy, Texas – Martha McCullough of Katy’s Star of Destiny Chapter, NSDAR , awarded Rylander Elementary School pre-K aide, Veronica Lemberg, a USA flag and certificate for obtaining her American citizenship. Veronica, her husband, and son were recently sworn in as American citizens of the United States of America.

newcitizen    Martha McCullough (left) presenting flag to Veronica Lemberg

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Composites One Constructing 40,000 Square Foot Distribution Center in Katy

Katy, Texas — Composites One, the nation’s leading distributor of composite materials serving customers from more than 30 locations in North America, has begun construction of its 40,000-squarefoot, concrete tilt-up distribution center in Katy.

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Memorial Hermann Launches Sports Medicine Mobile App

Katy, TX – Memorial Herman is the first health system in Houston to launch a sports medicine mobile application (app) targeted at coaches, trainers, athletes and parents. Available to download for free on any iPhone, the new app is a guide to the most common sports-related injuries and treatments, as well as related tips and information from Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute experts.

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Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance Welcomes Texas One Volleyball/Athletics

The Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance recently conducted a ribbon cutting at Texas One Volleyball/Athletics, which is located on FM 723, north of Foster High School. The beautiful new indoor athletic facility has four full-size volleyball courts, batting, pitching cages and much more. If you have a young athlete, this is a great place to hone those skills – out of the Texas heat! For more information, call 713-446-0275 or visit www.texasonevolleyball.org.

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Cinco Ranch High School Choir Warms Up For Fall Entertainment

BRAVO! Congratulations to the recently named Cinco Ranch High School 2013-2014 Bravo Show Choir members. This talented group of students is looking forward to presenting many entertaining musicals and performances next school year. Mark your calendars for September 26, 27, and 28 for the Bravo Fall Show. Director Dorothy Wilson and David Lee are excited about the diverse talent this ensemble will bring to the stage. Watch for more information on the CRHS choir website or on KatyMagazine.com.

BravoPictured from front: three-year seniors; Connor Ughetta, Miles Ellis, Ryan Pierson; second row: three-year seniors; Victoria Sweitzer, Madison Rice; third row: two-year seniors; David Tait, Allie Kane, Eric Ander, Meredith Taylor, Ashlee Shipp; back row: new members; Laura Walling, Allie Schauer, Nick Palm, Abby Rogers, Sarah Dray, Shreya Jois, Andre Oyardo, Amber Azinge, Johny Craner, Emily Smith, Jordyn White

 

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Students Receive Sports Medicine Scholarships

Five local athletic trainers were recently awarded Sports Medicine scholarships from Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital.  Katy High School recipients Danielle Carlin and Alyssa Carlin, Cinco Ranch High School’s Dakota Brower, Taylor High School recipient Juliana Jimenez and Seven Lakes High School’s Whitney White each received $600 in recognition of the distinguished service they provided to Katy ISD athletic programs during their high school careers. 

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Local Autistic Teen Artist is Recognized at the Texas Senate

The Senate of The State of Texas is pleased to recognized Grant Manier (maun-yea), 17 years old, for his outstanding achievements as an artist.

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KISD Students Selected as Semi-Finalists for 2013 Houston Young Playwrights Exchange

The Alley Theatre recently announced the semi-finalists for the 2013 Houston Young Playwrights Exchange (HYPE). After two rounds of readings, 15 plays were chosen above all other submissions. Five of the 15 semi-finalists are Katy ISD students. Congratulations to Danielle Northcutt (Katy HS), Jake Brown (Katy HS), Camron Alexander (Taylor HS), Katie Morrison (Mayde Creek HS), and Gerardo Velasquez (Mayde Creek HS). These five students will continue with individual interviews, where the top six plays will be selected as finalists.

Greg CoteDanielle Northcutt (playwright) is pictured with actor Dan Cote, who played the part of Tin Man.

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KISD Concepts of Engineering and Technology Wins Awards

McMean’s junior high’s concepts of engineering and technology class won the annual KISD CO2 car competition. 

CO2 car winners 2013Pictured from left are Cadence Mckinney, Layla Hooshmand, teacher Dallas Bergstrom, and Emily Resch. Each earned first or second place in their respective competition.

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Girl Scout Troop Donates Books and Knitted Caps

Fifth grade girls in Girl Scout troop 17384 from several Katy-area schools worked together on their Bronze Award projects during the spring. Though they all worked together, half of the troop focused on hand-making ABC and 1-2-3 books and acquiring book donations from friends, family, neighbors, and local stores. The other half of the troop knitted caps for premature babies and cancer patients for those at a Katy-area hospital. 

When the girls delivered their first collection of book donations, they enjoyed a tour of the 5th Ward Head Start preschool in Houston and meeting the students and teachers.  

Caps were knitted by the troop girls as well as collected by other troops who knitted caps and will be donated to a Katy area hospital.

All eight girls of troop 17384 bridged into Cadettes and are already looking forward to working on their Silver Award project. 

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