Doggett Industries recently celebrated the groundbreaking of its new $24 million construction and economic development project, Doggett Ford Dealership and Showroom, along with the Houston community and Mayor Sylvester Turner. Turner honored the team with a City of Houston proclamation for Doggett Industries Day during the ceremony for providing economic development and jobs for Houstonians.
Currently operating in temporary buildings at 9225 North Fwy., Doggett’s Ford dealership is ranked as one of the fastest-growing Ford dealerships in the U.S.
The newest expansion to the Doggett Auto Group will bring a modern Doggett Ford dealership and showroom to a lot that is immediately north of Doggett Industries.
Revive Salon and Spa expands
Revive Salon and Spa, owned by Myra Salas – which already has a location at 209 E. 20th St. – recently announced the opening of a second location in Oak Forest at 1822 W. 43rd St., the former home of Salon Studio Dean McNeely. Revive’s Arthur Rodriguez will manage the new spot for Salas.
“We are super excited to bring our salon and spa to the Oak Forest and Garden Oaks area,” Salas said. “We look forward to servicing new clients in the area who want to be revived! Our stylists are ready to meet all of you. Contact (832) 846-4096 to schedule appointments or stop in and say hello.”
Oaktoberfest coming to Candlelight Park
Booth spots are now for sale for the upcoming Oaktoberfest event happening Oct. 26 from 3-7 p.m. at Candlelight Park. With area sponsorship, the plan is for the event to include neighborhood vendor booths sponsoring trick-or-treating, a costume and cookie-decorating contest, a pumpkin patch, a hayride and food trucks and food-and-drink booths. Early bird pricing of $25 for the opportunity to promote your local business and hand out treats to neighborhood kids is now available.
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Pediatric dentist signed for Ella Oaks Center
Revive’s Monica Danna said Dr. Christopher Chance is its first tenant in the new medical building on the corner of 34th Street and Ella Boulevard. Chance said he anticipates opening in early February with four staff members, but will grow to potentially 12-15 on staff.
National League of Junior Cotillions registration is open
Tonia Harrison, along with co-director Carolyn Holy, heads up the National League of Junior Cotillions (NLJC) Greater Houston Chapters, which includes a chapter for Garden Oaks, Oak Forest and the Heights. The program’s motto is: “To act and learn to treat others with honor, dignity and respect for better relationships with family, friends and business associates later in life, and to learn and practice ballroom dance.” Registration for the Winter 2019-20 season of events is now open for students in sixth grade and up. More information is available at nljc.com/chapter/gardenoakforesttx.
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