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City of License:
Houston Public Radio (University Of Houston System)
KUHF is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Houston, TX and is part of the Houston-Galveston, TX radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming. KUHF is owned by Houston Public Radio.
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By: ronald on March 25, 2012
I am contacting Radio Stations in Houston Texas to present a Challange to the Houston City Counsel members who inacted a law against feeding the homeless. My challange is that the City Counsel members go Homeless for two weeks in the Houston area. In front of camara crews. Without the help of friends and family. Lets see how long they last!
By: Brenda Plumley on May 11, 2015
My name is Stephanie Martinez and I am the Community Relations Supervisor at Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center. The reason I’m reaching out to you today is to bring awareness to a 4 month long donation drive our facility is hosting benefiting Military Dogs. Below is some quick information on the donation drive, the LOCAL organization we are raising money for and our facility. Please let me know if you have any other questions. We would love to come out and speak to someone about bringing more awareness to this donation drive. Our goal is to raise as much money as possible to help our four legged soldiers.
What is Operation: War Dogs:
Operation: War Dogs is a 4 month-long donation drive to support non-profit organization Mission K9 Rescue, the Houston chapter of The United States War Dogs Association (USWDA). The drive officially began on Memorial Day and ends on Labor Day September 6th, 2015. This year, Meadowlake and Rover Oaks are joining forces to co-host Operation: War Dogs and help raise funds for this great organization.
How to Donate: Donate online at www.meadowlakepetresort.com or by cash or check at Meadowlake (13500 Furman Road | Houston, TX 77047).
Who is Mission K9 Rescue:
Mission K9 Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the service of retiring and retired Military Working Dogs and Contract Working Dogs. They provide monetary, transportation, adoption, and professional assistance for these retired hero dogs. Over the past year, Mission K9 Rescue has reunited many hero dogs with their handlers, and worked tirelessly to find adoptive homes capable of meeting the needs of a retired military working dog. Videos of some of these reunions can be viewed on their website.
About Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center:
Since 2009 Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center has been dedicated to providing the highest quality, healthiest and most fun-loving care for pets and the parents who love them. Our country setting welcomes you with four acres of green play yards, a relaxing spa, luxurious cottages, suites, a large activity center and much more. Pet Parents can choose from our award winning lodging, daycare, grooming and training services that are tailored to fit your pet’s personalities and needs. Our experienced staff will supervise and lovingly care for your pet to ensure that he or she will leave healthy, happy and be begging to come back.
By: Stephanie Martinez on June 9, 2015
the eastham unit in lovelady texas....eastham unit only has contaimed water for the inmates to drink..they are not providing them with bottle water...this went in affect 6/30 / 2015....this is the second time this has happened...there
are inmates that are sick from drinking the contaimed water...if sometimes isn't done then an inmate will die from drinking the contaimed water...i've called everybody i can think of and there not doing anything..i would appreciate if you can help...
2665 prison road # 1
thank you very much
By: lLou on July 5, 2015
Breaking News: New Model for Disaster Relief, rebuilding the Houston Region! Bitshares CEO Dylan Howard meets with Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston.
By: Nicole Chidester on September 12, 2017
Attached is a news release informing you that Greater Houston Dental Society members will provide free dental care on Veterans' Smile Day, Saturday, November 11, 2017 in Katy Texas.
The Greater Houston Dental Society's Veterans' Smile Day
November 11, 2017 - The Greater Houston Dental Society (component of the American Dental
Association) will partner with Welch Dental Group (Katy, TX) to host our third annual Veterans'
Smile Day "Serving Those Who Served" on Saturday, November 11, 2017.
The GHDS Veterans Smile Day is a growing effort of our member dentists to provide oral health
care to veterans who served in the United States military. We plan to serve over 175 veterans at
an estimated value of approximately $64,500 in dental services which will include dental
procedures limited to exams, x-rays, cleanings, fillings and extractions free of charge on
The event will take place between 8:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the Welch Dental Group, 23515
Kingsland Blvd., Katy, Texas 77494. Veterans are required to register to attend this event by
calling us at (832) 422-8158 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Supporting photos available upon request)
About the Greater Houston Dental Society
Greater Houston Dental Society is a component of the American Dental Association established in 1904. The GHDS through education, service and advocacy supports the area’s dental profession in providing quality and ethical oral health care.
By: Jayne Fuller on November 7, 2017
Marty Haggard coming to Lake Jackson May 13th 2018 to the Lake Jackson Civic Center at 3pm
On Mother's Day! Come join Marty Haggard, the oldest son of the legendary Merle Haggard, as he shares some of the greatest country music ever written and recorded. Marty will also share some stories of his memories growing up alongside his dad as he wrote and recorded all these great songs. Marty will be accompanied by world-class musicians and the show will also include some of Marty's original songs.
Marty has had his own accomplished career, performing country music for forty years, but about eight years ago, his love for his dad and his music inspired him to begin paying tribute to him in concert.
If you love REAL country music, you'll enjoy this show!
The show will last approximately two hours, which will include an intermission. Marty will be available after the show to meet, greet, and sign autographs.
Tickets are $25 if purchased in advance. On the day of show tickets must be purchased at the door for $30.
If you would like to reserve a table, you may purchase 10 tickets and call Sandra at 979-415-2600.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Tickets are also available at the Lake Jackson Civic Center:
You may also call 1-800-838-3006 to order tickets by phone.
Doors open at 2:00 pm
By: Carrie Rogers on April 19, 2018
Charity Rummage Sale to benefit Bay Area Pet Adoptions, a no-kill shelter supporting dogs and cats. Sale will be held at shelter on 3000 R St., off Hwy 146 in San Leon, on Sat, Dec 1 from 10am – 2pm (NO EARLY BIRDS.) Come buy holiday gifts and find your new furry best friend! Items include a computer desk, chairs, Graaco Play yard, Clearsounds amplified phone, Precious Moments collectibles (in original boxes), WOVO plastic “celadon green” items, Ion photo slide viewer, select artwork, holiday décor, luggage, pet supplies (including doggie clothes and lifejackets, beds, leashes, collars, and steps), kitchen items, linens, jewelry, household items, push mower, and much more! Our doggone great items are the cat’s meow! Homemade cookies and hot cider will be offered for a donation.
By: Laura Childs on November 17, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
CONTACT: ESSI KWABI – (281) 750 2765, email@example.com
Local Rotarians to Host Gala to Raise Human Trafficking Awareness
Rotarians with the E.S.S.I. (Empower, Stand, Serve, Impact) group are organizing a gala to continue to raise awareness for Houston’s human trafficking issues, and to raise funds for United Against Human Trafficking (UAHT), a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to end human trafficking through awareness, education, and outreach. The event will take place on January 18, 2019 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Saint Regis Hotel, 1919 Briar Oaks Ln, Houston, TX 77027, and will include dinner and entertainment, keynote speaker Kathryn Griffin, testimonials from human trafficking survivors, live and silent auctions, a raffle, and more.
Human trafficking is the second largest criminal activity after narcotics, generating more than $150 billion annually and exploiting over 40 million individuals worldwide. It is the modern form of slavery, involves sex and labor exploitation, and unbeknownst to many, is operated through many common businesses such as maid services, nail salons, massage parlors, adult entertainment, restaurants, construction companies, hotels, or through production of goods such as coffee, banana, tea, and chocolate. Texas, unfortunately, is one of the top states in the United States for this crime, with over 300,000 estimated victims, of which 1 in 4 is a minor, and over 200,000 are trafficked for labor.
“Traffickers don’t have a particular look or profile, and anyone can become a target, anywhere. I recently met a mother whose daughter was targeted at Cinco Ranch High school by a basketball player. Human trafficking can happen at schools, churches, or even a neighbor’s home. The tactics that traffickers use are so advanced that they are targeting children through social media and popular gaming apps like Roblox, Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Kik, and much more,” said Essi Kwabi, event chair.
To purchase dinner or raffle tickets or learn more about sponsorship opportunities, and donations, visit www.essi-event.org .
The E.S.S.I. mission is to make the community a better place by uniting individuals, businesses, and organizations to combat human trafficking. The E.S.S.I. event aims to empower people to embrace a worthy cause, encourage them to stand for their belief in that cause, serve through various avenues and resources, and positively impact the community.
By: ESSI KWABI on December 19, 2018
Seeking assistance tohelp a friend in need. Struggling since Hurricane Harvey flooded her home and damaged somuch, she is now facing foreclosure and has many animals that need to be fostered, or else, a farm/ranch type of situation where she can shelter miniature horses. She needs a fenced yard and out buildings for the mini horses. On top of being scammed for insurance money, etc. after the hurricane, she has also recently lost a parent. Please, if anyone could do a human interest story on this woman and help her get some exposure/assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. Here is her story, in her own words.: Hi, I am facing eviction in Shepherd Texas and I also rescue cats. I have mini horses and dogs as well and I can not find a place to live for rent or lease and am desperate for help. I am not sure how much more time I have but I have been slowly downsizing my cat rescue with very little outside help. I am trying to find a home with land that is fenced so at least I can take my 4 mini horses and dogs and as many of my cats as I can but I NEED HELP DESPERATELY. Can anyone there help me and my fur babies??? her situation is dire. Help needed as soon as possible. Thank you.
By: Rebecca A Goulart on February 14, 2019
Seeking assistance to help a friend in need. Struggling since Hurricane Harvey flooded her home and damaged somuch, she is now facing foreclosure and has many animals that need to be fostered, or else, a farm/ranch type of situation where she can shelter miniature horses. She needs a fenced yard and out buildings for the mini horses. On top of being scammed for insurance money, etc. after the hurricane, she has also recently lost a parent. Please, if anyone could do a human interest story on this woman and help her get some exposure/assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. Here is her story, in her own words.: Hi, I am facing eviction in Shepherd Texas and I also rescue cats. I have mini horses and dogs as well and I can not find a place to live for rent or lease and am desperate for help. I am not sure how much more time I have but I have been slowly downsizing my cat rescue with very little outside help. I am trying to find a home with land that is fenced so at least I can take my 4 mini horses and dogs and as many of my cats as I can but I NEED HELP DESPERATELY. Can anyone there help me and my fur babies??? Thank you, Juels Yaklin Her situation is dire, and any assistance we can get for her is greatly appreciated. Thank you. Please contact Juels @ 936 628-7003
By: Rebecca A Goulart on February 14, 2019
Please share this fundraiser event with your customers and friends! Charity Fundraiser: Woofstock! Benefits Bay Area Pet Adoptions, a no-kill, non-profit animal shelter for Galveston County. Mar 30, from 11am-3pm. Held in the parking lot of Chelsea Wine Bar and Boondoggle's Pub, 4106 E. NASA Parkway in El Lago. Bring your whole family, including your dogs! Silent auction, rummage sale, vendors, live music, dog-themed activities, and BAPA's Parade of Adoptable Pets! Wine and beer offered for a donation! Fun guaranteed!
By: laura Childs on February 15, 2019
Word is Bond Reparation
All 47.5 million plus African Americans will receive $1000.00 each year of their lives. The first day of every summer. To qualify for yearly renewals, at least $200.00 must be invested in a US Savings Bond (s), within (1 year) 364 days of receiving your check (s) verification official notice. These bonds will also be forth right, with reparations in mind. Bonds will be purchased at 40% rebate ! In lieu of the following:
1) No withdrawals until full maturity.
2) Failure to reinvest disqualifies that individual for 5 years.
3) Head of house holds are responsible for reinvesting dependents minimum $200.00. Failure to do so will result in disqualification, in that both guardians or head of house hold will not qualify for 5 years. The dependents $1000.00 will not be interrupted up to the three oldest dependents. In this case the dependents ($200.00) bond investment will be automatically deducted, to be invested in a bond of the (government) governing providers choice.
We must all be on the same page with offering a deal that boasters our nations future, as well as being the benefactor of (worth) dignity for us an our African American citizens ! This noble investment will perpetually assist in raising up the USA economy, and the stigmatism of self-worth, injustice, along with the global sense of African American worth an well appreciation!
By: johnny m smith on July 11, 2019
“Wilkommen to Barktoberfest, Y’all”! Bay Area Pet Adoptions, a no-kill, non-profit animal shelter, is holding its 2019 dog-friendly fundraiser on Sat, Oct 12, hosted by the Clear Lake Shores Civic Club. Come visit us at Jarboe Park in Clear Lake Shores from 11:00am-3pm. You and your dogs will have a howling good time!
BAPA will offer a silent auction, low-cost microchipping and vaccines for your dogs, and the Parade of Adoptable Dogs! Other fun activities include live music and food in the Biergarten, shopping at our awesome vendors, dog training tips, a police K-9 training demonstration, a flyball demo by K9 Kommotion, and much more!
VENDORS AND SPONSORS WELCOME!! Vendors of all kinds are welcome to set up shop in Jarboe Park. Sponsors and vendors will be advertised on our website and receive various benefits. Donations of auction items are also welcome, and a list of all auction items can be seen online. See the application forms on the Barktoberfest website: www.clscivicclub.com/Barktoberfest
By: Laura Childs on September 4, 2019
LOVE YOURSELF FIRST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5K RUN/WALK
FOR RELEASE: October 7, 2019
Media Contact: Cherlyn Latham, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that Speak Out Inc. (SPO) is hosting its first LOVE YOURSELF FIRST Domestic Violence 5K Run/Walk on October 19, 2019 at Buffalo Run Park, 1122 Buffalo Run, Missouri City, TX 77498. Registration is at 8:00 AM and the actual event starts at 9:00 AM.
Speak Out Inc. is nonprofit 501(c)(3) that originated in Houston TX. We officially started June 2018 and has successfully reached to-date 8,050 individuals through several media outlets. We were originally known for the play “SPEAK OUT” that dealt with domestic violence. The Founder and CEO, Cherlyn Latham is an overcomer of domestic abuse/violence. From past relationships, she has encountered physical, mental, spiritual, and psychological abuse. Through her experience and interviewing others like her, she developed the play “SPEAK OUT”. Every time the play was shown it was a sellout. Leaving people with the understanding and awareness of this topic.
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), “1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men experience severe intimate partner physical violence, intimate partner contact sexual violence, and/or intimate partner stalking with impacts such as injury, fearfulness, post-traumatic stress disorder, use of victim services, contraction of sexually transmitted diseases, etc. This is commonly considered “domestic violence.”
We are requesting your presence at our Domestic Violence 5K Run/Walk. On the day of this event there will be vendors, brief messages from those who have overcome, entertainment, food trucks, and a host of other surprise attractions. We anticipate local dignitaries to attend as well. If you are interested in participating in the walk, go to www.speakoutinc.org to register. You may also go to: https://runsignup.com/Race/TX/MISSOURICITY/SPEAKOUTINCDomesticViolence5KWalkRun2019, https://www.raceentry.com/races/speak-out-inc-domestic-violence-5k walkrun/2019/register, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/love-yourself-first-domestic-violence-5k-runwalk-tickets-71721074665, or go to the website as well to register for this event.
About Speak Out Incorporated (SPO)
Our mission is to bring awareness and education to those who are conquering domestic violence in Houston and surrounding communities. And, our vision is to bring healing and hope to those that are hurting. SPO is for men, women, and teens who have been mishandled through abuse and/violence of a love one. Every Second Sunday we go faith-based facilities to bring awareness. We have attended six churches in 2019 and have reached approximately 250 people. We are going out to the street and asking the community various questions on domestic abuse/violence, survivorship groups, etc. The messages are spread via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, website, internet radio shows, and old fashion word of mouth. SPO had the pleasure in presenting in a Women’s Conference in New Orleans Louisiana. Spirit Internet Radio has graciously given Speak Out Inc. one free night per month to discuss the subject matter at hand. We recently signed a contract with TWC as a vendor for employment placement and readiness. SPO has partnered with Dress for Success, Career Gear Houston, Motivation Point Resource Center, and others to get the word out to the communities. Our goal is to teach others How to Love Yourself First, before you can love someone else. Ultimately, have affiliate chapters around the globe.
Contact: Cherlyn K. Latham, MA, BA
Speak Out Inc. Founder/CEO
Mailing: 7602 Del Glen Lane, Houston TX 77072
Number: 832-785-4471 Email: email@example.com
Website: www.speakoutinc.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/houstonspeakout
By: CHERLYN LATHAM on October 8, 2019
I wanted to inform you that Woodlands Specialty Hospital, located at
25440 I-45 N. Woodlands, TX 77386, has just opened its COVID-19 testing site to serve North Houston’s communities.
Testing available times?
We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Who can get tested?
Each patient is screened for potential exposure to COVID-19, related symptoms as well as medical and travel history. Who gets tested is determined based upon a provider’s review of the COVID-19 screening results for risk of infection or exposure and the results of a medical screening exam that is completed by the provider.
How to get tested?
It is always best to call ahead to minimize wait times. Calls will be answered by one of our screening nurses. Completion of the patient registration process is required prior to patient being tested for COVID-19. We recommend that each patient arrive with a charged cell phone us to expedite our 100% remote screening and registration process.
What someone needs to do prior to be tested?
Call the COVID-19 screening phone at 832-873-2136.
For more information or questions concerning the WSH testing process please contact:
Jody Randall MSN, RN, HACP, CIC
Director of Quality, Risk, Infection Control
The Woodlands Specialty Hospital
Office: 281-602-8160 ext. 1150
By: Art Sobarzo on April 20, 2020
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