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Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Inaugural Family College & Career Conference

Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Inaugural Family College & Career Conference

Become a sponsor today of the inaugural Family College & Career Conference! The FCCC is a collaboration of the Linda Lorelle Scholarship Fund and the East End Chamber of Commerce Foundation. This is a guide for students and parents to choose the right major, financial plan, college and career. Over 2,500 Houston-area students seeking college and career preparation information and resources will explore career pathways by visiting various “neighborhood” areas that are designated to different industries and career opportunities. Students and parents will also hear from panels of business professionals discussing all the different career opportunities and benefits from their industries.

The day-long conference will take place on January 24, 2016 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

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Sunday Streets Draws Thousands to East End Route

Sunday Streets Draws Thousands to East End Route

Crowds flocked to the East End this past Sunday to take part in Sunday Streets HTX, a Go Healthy Houston event celebrating the streets of Houston by opening them for walking, biking, dancing, and other physical activity. With no cars on the road, over 10,000 community members took advantage of the street closure, which ran…

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FrenetiCore Dance and Inertia Dance Company Present Youth of a Nation: A Dance Retrospective of the 90s

FrenetiCore Dance and Inertia Dance Company Present Youth of a Nation: A Dance Retrospective of the 90s

FrenetiCore Dance, in collaboration with acclaimed hip-hop crew Inertia Dance Company, presents its first full-length dance concert since last winter’s The Snow Queen. Inspired by the resurgence of 90s popular culture in fashion, music, and iconography, Youth of a Nation offers a nostalgic retrospective of the decade through ten dances by acclaimed Houston choreographers, including Sarah Brotherton, Cori Miller Capetillo, Laura Harrell, Bryan Paul (Inertia), Ty’Esha Lewis (Inertia), Jennifer Hart Salter, Tory Pierce, and Heather VonReichbauer.

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