GradsReunite.com

GradsReunite.com is a reunion management service and online alumni community.

GradsReunite
P.O.Box 951
Katy, TX 77492-0951
Tel: 888.560.4101
Fax:888.441.0750

Latest Activity

Colleen McAloon Murphy is now a member of GradsReunite.com
10 hours ago
Tracy Chandler is now a member of GradsReunite.com
Monday
sherry Shackelford is now a member of GradsReunite.com
Thursday
Richard Wakeland updated their profile
Mar 25
 

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Events

June 13

Saturday

July 18

Saturday

July 25

Saturday

August 8

Saturday

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Forum

GradsReunite's Second Annual Cruise - Revelry on the Riviera

Started by GradsReunite Team Feb 7, 2011.

Low Budget Outings in Katy, Texas

Started by GradsReunite Team May 18, 2009.

You Know You Are From Katy When..... 26 Replies

Started by Alan Riquelmy. Last reply by Dana Dusek Jul 20, 2010.

Reunion Planning Help 17 Replies

Started by GradsReunite Team. Last reply by GradsReunite Team Aug 12, 2009.

How to...? 9 Replies

Started by GradsReunite Team. Last reply by GradsReunite Team Jan 9, 2009.

Reunion Cruise! 3 Replies

Started by shipaddict. Last reply by GradsReunite Team Jul 20, 2009.

Alumni Officer Candidates Sought 2 Replies

Started by Bill Haskett. Last reply by Bill Haskett Mar 5, 2009.

 
 
 

Katy Times News

Hope Impacts sponsoring breakfast and worship

Hope Impacts, the Katy nonprofit that assists the homeless, helpless, and under resourced people in the community, is hosting a Breakfast and Worship Service from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, April 4, in th

Troutman set to address Katy Chamber lunch meeting

The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its March Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Houston Marriott Energy Corridor, located at 16011 Katy Freeway.

Pin Oak Charity Horse Show continues its run

The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show (www.pinoak.org) continues through Sunday at The Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy.

KISD Sports

Dye knows future bright for Tompkins track

When Jermaine Dye came over to Tompkins two years ago to take over the boys’ track and field program, he had to keep reminding himself of one big thing – he has no senior leadership to count on just y

Seven Lakes rolls Cinco Ranch; Mayde Creek wins

Seven Lakes limited Cinco Ranch to only two hits as the Spartans rolled to an easy 11-0 win over the Cougars in softball action Tuesday, March 24.

Soccer playoffs set to begin this week

The road back to state for soccer boys and girls begins Thursday and Friday as bi-district playoff rounds are scheduled to start.

CLEAR LAKE NEWS

Bay area symphony league helps kids learn about music

The district's fine arts director, Dean Muths, said students look forward to the concert as they progress through the grades; they are excited about dressing up for a special event; and they are clearly impacted, as evidenced by a greater interest in music in middle school and beyond. Nina McGlashan, vice president of education for the league, believes it is providing an essential and fun educational element that encourages children to appreciate music and want to learn to play a musical instrument. The Bay Area league's program starts in first grade with a puppet show that informs children in a humorous and entertaining way about the different instruments. The symphony's principal percussionist Brian Del Signore visited second grade classes this year, while third-graders were treated to a performance by Take 5, a woodwind quintet, and fourth graders were treated to brass quintet Paragon Brass. To fund the music enrichment program in CCISD and the Boys and Girls Harbor in La Porte, the Bay Area league hosts an annual home tour.

CCISD trustees approve construction contracts for intermediate school, ag center

Funded by the 2013 $367 million bond election, major repair and maintenance work planned for Clear Creek Intermediate School includes replacing major components of the air conditioning/heating system and electrical system and water pipes. Contractors will also replace major components of the fire alarm and the sound system in both gyms, which were originally installed when the school opened in 1982. "The new ag barn is needed to accommodate increased enrollment in the district's agricultural education programs," said Dana Morgan, district director of career and technical education. Additionally, a construction contract was awarded for $530,520 to Generocity Services to improve elementary school entry ways.

Assistance League hosts 'The Right Stuff' fundraiser on April 11 at Space Center Houston

The evening will begin with a 1960s cocktail party on the plaza level where guests will have the chance to mingle, bid in the silent auction and explore artifacts. The wine bottle and mystery purse pull is back by popular demand. Tickets for the jewelry can be purchased at the Assistance League Resale Shop, 100 East Nasa Parkway, Suite 80 in Webster, for $25.

© 2015   Created by GradsReunite Team.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service