St. Matthew’s Garden Club meets The St. Matthew’s Garden Club will meet Jan. 26, at 9:30 a.m. in rooms 104 and 105, under the new leadership of President Virginia Haley. The devotional will be read by Wilma Stacener. The program theme will be “Fairy Gardening by Teresa.” Members will learn all about Fairy Gardening, how to assemble and care for the garden. Fair Garden kits … [Read more...] about News from the Pews – Jan. 28
With last week’s flooding still fresh in the minds of Houstonians, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced that the City of Houston is stepping in to provide the funds needed to help expedite long-awaited flood relief projects along Brays, Hunting and White Oak Bayous. The move, which relies on unprecedented cooperation by numerous governmental agencies, will end the delays that have … [Read more...] about First-of-its-kind agreement brings millions in Houston flood relief
The National Weather Service (NWS) is predicting the potential for severe weather across portions of Harris County this afternoon through the evening hours. The primary threats from thunderstorms this afternoon through tonight include high winds, large hail, and possible street flooding in low lying areas during the rush hour commute. Central Harris County and central Houston … [Read more...] about Severe weather possible Friday evening
Welcome to the new series, Craft Chronicles! Monthly, we’ll be showcasing a Leader local brewery and their beer, so stay tuned for all the juicy details about my latest beer adventure. This month, we were thrilled to check out the brand new Before we dive in, let me introduce myself. My name is Landon Weiershausen and I am the owner of Farmboy Brew Shop. We sell … [Read more...] about What’s all the ruckus at Holler Brewing Co.
Margaret Helen Anderson, 82, born March 30, 1934 in Farmer City, Ill., died Jan. 7. Anderson was employed at United Airlines and later with the American Cancer Society. She was parish secretary for St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Denver. Contributions may be made to any charity of one’s choice. John Robert Blankenship, 74, born May 13, 1942 in East St. Louis, Ill, died Jan. … [Read more...] about Passings in the Community Jan. 28