Two Alvin ISD students have recently been reported missing, and law enforcement is reaching out to the community for assistance.
Anyone that may have information about the following students’ locations is encouraged to make contact immediately with the appropriate law enforcement agency as listed below.
Taylor Dolan is a sophomore at Manvel High School. Her last confirmed location was Manvel High School on Tuesday afternoon (Mar. 29). At this time, no foul play has been confirmed. Please contact the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Department at (979) 849-2441 with any information regarding Dolan’s location.
Daniela Leon is a sophomore at Alvin High School. Daniela’s family last knew her confirmed location on Monday (Mar. 28). At this time, no foul play has been confirmed. Please contact the Alvin Police Department at (281) 388-4370 with any information regarding Daniela’s location.
Detectives in Angleton are also working to locate 17-year-old Michelle Marie Noria. According to police, Noria is a Hispanic female, and was last seen on Mar. 18. She could possibly be in the Houston area. Noria is 5’2″ and weighs approximately 170 pounds. Please contact the Angleton Police Department at (979) 849-2383 with any information and refer to case 2016-000497.
Posted in Alvin, Alvin ISD, Angleton, Brazoria County News, Brazoria County Sheriff, Call to Action, Manvel High School, Uncategorized
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We will have three petitioning opportunities this weekend. We need help at each event, so please come on out if you can. Again, we need everyone’s help to reach out goal.
- Friday Night – Christmas Tree Lighting
Please meet at the Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) in the Pearland Town Center at 6:00pm. We will be walking the crowds for signatures. Actual tree lighting starts at 7pm.
Location: 11200 W Broadway St #1390, Pearland, TX 77584
Contact: Preston Phillips (281) 702-3358
- Saturday – Hometown Christmas Parade
Meet in the parking lot between Sablatura Middle School and Pressner Stadium at 2:30pm. We will break into two teams and walk the parade route from both ends collecting signatures from everyone setting up their chairs and getting ready for parade. Wear your volunteer shirts if you have them. If not, we should have some out there.
Location: Pressner Stadium Parking lot
Contact: Gary Bucek (281) 252-2162 or Mark Smith (281) 615-5654
- Sunday Afternoon – Block Walking
Meet at Wilder Elementary at 1pm. We will be walking Shadow Creek Ranch from (1pm – 5pm).
Location: 2225 Kingsley Dr., Pearland, TX 77584
Contact: Preston Phillips (281) 702-3358
We only have about 750 out of the 8,000 we need. We have a lot of opportunities to get signatures this weekend, but we need your help. Its going take everyone working to get this on the ballot.
Thank you for your support!
The Pearland Neighborhood Center will be participating again in one of Houston’s most successful food drives, “Share Your Holidays,” on Friday, Dec. 4, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. There are many areas to volunteer for this major and most rewarding event. This invitation to participate goes out to the city, businesses, service clubs, churches, schools, families and individuals.
At the food drive, the mood is festive with music from area choirs. Santa Clause will be greeting children and volunteers will be working together.
The need is serious, especially during these tough economic times. Over 45,000 pounds of food collected last year met the needs of Pearland’s underprivileged citizens during the holiday season and stocked the shelves of the Pearland Neighborhood Center’s food pantry for several months.
For more information, visit PNCTexas.com.
Posted in Call to Action, Helping Others, Holidays, Pearland, Pearland Neighborhood Center, Uncategorized
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Download the Sponsor Packet HERE.
Posted in Brazoria County News, Call to Action, Charities, Fundraisers, Get Involved!, Helping Others, Pearland, Pearland Proud!, Resources
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For more information, visit PearlandTX.gov.
This is to notify you of an upcoming public meeting to present the proposed improvements to McHard Road from Cullen Boulevard to Mykawa in Brazoria County, Texas. The proposed improvements would include the construction of a new location four-lane divided roadway with a raised median. Proposed improvements would also include the construction of three detention ponds.
The purpose of this meeting is to gather public input on the proposed project and to present exhibits showing the proposed improvements and environmental constraints. Representatives from the Texas Department of Transportation and the City of Pearland will be available to answer questions from officials and citizens. You, or your representative, are cordially invited to attend this meeting, which will be held as follows:
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Glenda Dawson High School
2050 Cullen Boulevard
Pearland, Texas 77581
6 p.m. – 8 p.m. – Open House Format
We are available to meet with you prior to the public meeting to answer any questions that you may have or to review the proposed project. If you have any questions in the interim, please contact Skipper Jones, Assistant Director, Capital Projects, Pearland, at 281-652-1748 or Pat Henry, P.E., Director of Project Development, TxDOT, at 713-802-5241.
Map and Public Notice Documents
Posted in Be Informed!, Brazoria County News, Call to Action, City Council, City Events, Growth and Industry, Pearland, Resources
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Angie, Audrey and Samantha in happy times
For those who would like to donate to the Angela Hays Memorial Fund, which has been established for the care of her daughter, Audrey, please click here.
If you’d like to print and share flyers, click HERE.
The City of Pearland is asking residents to participate in The National Citizen Survey, a city-wide initiative to allow residents to rate the quality of life in the city and their perception of City government.
A random and scientific survey of 1200 households was conducted from Jan. 5 – Feb. 9. Now, we’re releasing our non-scientific survey link to allow all residents to let their voice be heard. Complete the survey here: www.n-r-c.com/survey/pearlandsurvey2015.htm
Both surveys are designed to provide a baseline of how the city government is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of the city and to make comparisons with peer cities.
Calling all Master Naturalists, scouting groups and Pearland residents interested in improving the natural surroundings of Pearland!
Join us for an upcoming wetland planting event. This unique experience will provide participants with education on wetlands as well as hands on experience in planting. Volunteers will be planting and launching floating wetlands which will demonstrate a new technique for water quality improvements. Additionally you will help create a wetland habitat near the islands.
Please send Lenora Tollefson an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want more information about this project. She will send you the link to register and volunteer for this project and you will get a Keep Pearland Beautiful hat or t-shirt to wear and represent us!
The Pearland ISD Education Foundation has been created to support the educational programs for both Pearland ISD students and staff. The foundation will provide funds for educational programs and activities that either have not been funded or have been under-funded by the district’s normal operating budget. These funds will be used to facilitate student achievement and skill development, to recognize and encourage staff excellence and to expand community involvement from individuals, businesses and civic organizations.
Founders’ Campaign Goal is “$150,000”
Campaign ends 2.28.15
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today!
Click HERE for more information!