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My life with Papa J was one of love, family, church, and community: a life in which I lived the biggest dream possible. But even more importantly, James Edward Johnson, aka Papa J, lived out his dream as businessman, local celebrity, and social force in Fulshear.read more
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On Tuesday, November 17th, 2015, the Fulshear City Council held its regular meeting.
The privately-recorded, unofficial video presentation of the public meeting is provided here.read more
Thursday evening, 11-19-15, the LCISD Board of Trustees approved the name “Chargers” as the mascot and purple and black as the school colors for Churchill Fulshear Jr. High School. While Principal Ward showed several mascot mock ups at the meeting last night, no specific image has been finalized at this time.read more
Comparing Fulshear to “Houston’s Fulshear City Sealmost affluent communities” of West University as well as the Memorial area communities of Bunker Hill Village and Piney Point Village, the Houston Business Journal crowned Fulshear as one of the Houston Areas up and coming communities. Saying that “the far west Houston suburb has cracked the top 10 most affluent ZIP codes in Houston” as measured by their parent company, American City Business Journal.read more
During this special time of year Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers is privileged to support area non-profits that help families in need.
This year Commissioner Meyers hosted the inaugural Fort Bend Ranchers’ Ball in October, which proved to be a huge hit. Founded in 2003 by Commissioner Meyers, Fort Bend Charities, Inc., a non-profit 501 (c)(3) charity supports other worthy non-profits such as Simonton Christian Academy, Katy Christian Ministries, Lone Star Veterans Association, Katy FFA, Fort Bend Fair, and others.read more