Fulshear Magazine – Issue 1, 2018

The staff at Fulshear Magazine are pleased to present the most recent issue for Spring of 2018. We sincerely hope that you will enjoy reading this issue as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you.

In the current issue, you’ll find interesting articles from our area’s most talented writers. From local personalities to articles about our local heritage, Fulshear Magazine will introduce you to some pretty interesting topics – especially if you live in Fulshear or are considering moving your family to the area.

We love our local businessess..

If you own a business in Fulshear, you owe it to yourself, your company, as well as your patrons within the community to consider the benefits of advertising in the next issue of Fulshear Magazine. Not only will you enjoy reaching the exact demographics and customers that support your business, you’ll also be celebrated as a business leader in the the fastest growing community in southeast Texas. For advertising information, call 281-973-0633 or visit our magazine advertising page.

Fulshear Area Chamber of Commerce

Weston Lakes Unofficial

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There is nothing defiance about Jenni McJunkin. I have known her way longer than any of you as a neighbor since 2006. This sounds like personal attacks to put a new Major motives to work! This is unbelievable!

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WestonLakes.com

Part 1: Weston Lakes City Council meeting February 25, 2020
Opening through the start of "Executive Session"
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WestonLakes.com

Do You Really Want To Understand How City Government Works?Don’t Believe the Echo Chamber
It is surprising how many people don’t fully understand how local government actually works. It’s equally surprising that many people would rather believe the accusing opinions of ill-informed pundits in the social media echo chambers instead of actually seeking out real answers for trusted sources. (Hint, there is a link at the bottom of this article to a free online book that you really should check out.)

Judge Not (yet)
Before you apply your personal expectations and assumptions in judgment of your Mayor or City Council members, and second-guess their efforts, you owe it to yourself to find out what the law says their job really is and what authority - including the limitations placed on it - the law provides. After that, it would be a good idea to understand how meetings are held. Next you should learn what can be discussed both privately and publicly by our public servants - especially among themselves outside of public meetings. Spoiler alert, council members have to be very careful not to discuss city business with a quorum of council present outside of an announced public meeting.

Not a King, But a Servant
When a person takes office, they instantly receive the mantle of their respective office as they receive a modicum or authority as granted by the state. While the title they receive announces to the world which office they hold, for “General Law” cities, the State of Texas tells the elected official what the scope of their responsibilities and the limitations on their power actually are. (Weston Lakes is a Type “B” General Law City). While it’s an honor to serve, no elected official is elected to be a king, ruling with power by decree. In fact, they are elected to be the chief servant(s) of the community.

What about Honor?
In general, each office holder in Texas is presumed to be “honorable”. In fact, most official correspondence will be addressed, prefaced with this moniker. For example, a letter might be addressed to “The Honorable John Doe, Mayor” or “The Honorable Jane Smith, Council Member”. Using the term “Honorable” is a matter of formality to be sure. But, it is also a reminder to everyone with an official title that they are expected to earn that title every day. After all, they don’t own the title of their office, they care for it. The actual title is owned by the voters that elected them. The obligation embodied by their title rests on the elected official to “honor” their obligations through service to those that elected them. They are to do so, not to benefit themselves, but for the good of the community that they are elected to serve.

Attend Meetings Before You Run for Office
If you think you know about local government, ask yourself where you got your information. Was it from a friend or family member? Was it from some social media site? Before you criticize your elected community leaders, why not attend some city council meetings? While you’re there, why not ask questions and even offer to volunteer on committees? You just may be surprised to find that these people are not in it for the power - far from it. The most respected leaders you’ll ever meet are in it for the service - for wanting to leave things better than they found them.

So, do you REALLY want to know how local government works?
The Texas Municipal League (TML) represents cities across Texas. The TML is perhaps the most well-respected authority on local government in the state. A large part of their job is to educate and inform new Mayors and Council Members on just how to do their jobs by building consensus, while honoring the laws, and serving the public.

The TML has published a great primer on local government called Handbook for Mayors and Council Members. It is free to download and I dare you to read it. Once you do, you’ll understand why things work the way they do.

https://tml.org/DocumentCenter/View/…

Do You Want to run for office?
If you are considering getting involved in your local government, you really owe it to yourself as well as to your potential constituents to learn about what you’re getting into. Public Service is rarely a paid position. As an elected official, the responsibility is often overwhelming, the hours are long, the criticism is ever-present, and there are few pats on the back. If you’re in it for the power, you will soon be disappointed. But, if you run for office for the right reasons, treat those you work with and those you serve with respect and dignity, and open yourself up to responding to the needs of your community, then public service can be one of the most rewarding jobs you will ever have.

Daniel McJunkin

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Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library

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Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library - FBCL
Please DO NOT return your borrowed materials until we reopen. No overdue fines or fees are being accrued during this time.

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Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library - FBCL
In accordance with the #StayHomeSaveLives order, all Fort Bend County Libraries are closed. 

Please keep all your library items at home until we re-open. No fines or fees will be accrued during this time.

For more information about our services: https://www.fortbend.lib.tx.us/basic-page/faqs

In accordance with the #StayHomeSaveLives order, all Fort Bend County Libraries are closed.

Please keep all your library items at home until we re-open. No fines or fees will be accrued during this time.

For more information about our services: https://www.fortbend.lib.tx.us/basic-page/faqsIn accordance with the #StayHomeSaveLives order, all Fort Bend County Libraries are closed. Please keep all your library items at home until we re-open. No fines or fees will be accrued during this time.
For more information about our services: https://www.fortbend.lib.tx.us/basic-page/faqs
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Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library - FBCL
UPDATE: March 20, 2020 – 5 pm -- Because of continuing public health concerns, all Fort Bend County Libraries locations are closed, and will tentatively reopen on Monday, April 6, 2020. All fines and fees accrued during this period will be waived. The Curbside Pick-Up service has been suspended. Our online services are always available at www.fortbend.lib.tx.us.

UPDATE: March 20, 2020 – 5 pm -- Because of continuing public health concerns, all Fort Bend County Libraries locations are closed, and will tentatively reopen on Monday, April 6, 2020. All fines and fees accrued during this period will be waived. The Curbside Pick-Up service has been suspended. Our online services are always available at www.fortbend.lib.tx.us. ... See MoreSee Less

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City of Fulshear

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City of Fulshear
Spring has sprung.  Thank you Fulshear resident Paul Nolan Broussard for taking and sharing this wonderful photograph.

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Oooo... my new screen saver pic!

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City of Fulshear
Recently, WCA, our solid waste provider, learned that one of their drivers had tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. As a precaution, the helpers and other drivers who had been in close contact with this driver were quarantined. Due to their temporary shortage of staff no more recyclables will be collected until full staffing is obtained.

The City and WCA have worked out a temporary solution to help accommodate the recyclables. 

Effective April 3 – dawn to dusk
 
The City of Fulshear and WCA have put in place two dumpster units to be used for recycling materials only.  The dumpster units are large rectangular shaped units with no lids on top. They have reflective barricades placed in front of them for public safety purposes.  They are 5 feet tall.  Items can be tossed into the dumpster unit.  It is recommended that you package or bundle in small lightweight units to be able to toss into the dumpsters. 
 
DO NOT place trash, bulk waste, construction materials, grass clippings, glass, or any other like items into the dumpsters.  These are NOT recycle materials.  For clarification of the items that can be recycled, please visit the WCA website for a detailed listing: https://wcawaste.com/single-stream-recycling
 
The dumpster units are placed at two different locations in the City to provide a central site for those that wish to bring their recycle materials to the dumpster units.
 
The two dumpsters are located here:

South of Cross Creek Bend Boulevard on the newly constructed Plymouth Lane (close to the Cross Creek Ranch Welcome Center)

Irene Stern Community Center Parking lot, 6920 Katy Fulshear Road.
 
Both sites will be routinely monitored by city staff. As the containers start to fill, staff will coordinate a call for pick up. As one is picked up an empty one is dropped.

We are anticipating this will be a short term situation and further believe this to be a reasonable solution to help mitigate the concerns we received regarding the recycling suspension by WCA.
 
Questions – call or email us: 281-346-8830 or UBservices@fulsheartexas.gov

Recently, WCA, our solid waste provider, learned that one of their drivers had tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. As a precaution, the helpers and other drivers who had been in close contact with this driver were quarantined. Due to their temporary shortage of staff no more recyclables will be collected until full staffing is obtained.

The City and WCA have worked out a temporary solution to help accommodate the recyclables.

Effective April 3 – dawn to dusk

The City of Fulshear and WCA have put in place two dumpster units to be used for recycling materials only. The dumpster units are large rectangular shaped units with no lids on top. They have reflective barricades placed in front of them for public safety purposes. They are 5 feet tall. Items can be tossed into the dumpster unit. It is recommended that you package or bundle in small lightweight units to be able to toss into the dumpsters.

DO NOT place trash, bulk waste, construction materials, grass clippings, glass, or any other like items into the dumpsters. These are NOT recycle materials. For clarification of the items that can be recycled, please visit the WCA website for a detailed listing: https://wcawaste.com/single-stream-recycling

The dumpster units are placed at two different locations in the City to provide a central site for those that wish to bring their recycle materials to the dumpster units.

The two dumpsters are located here:

South of Cross Creek Bend Boulevard on the newly constructed Plymouth Lane (close to the Cross Creek Ranch Welcome Center)

Irene Stern Community Center Parking lot, 6920 Katy Fulshear Road.

Both sites will be routinely monitored by city staff. As the containers start to fill, staff will coordinate a call for pick up. As one is picked up an empty one is dropped.

We are anticipating this will be a short term situation and further believe this to be a reasonable solution to help mitigate the concerns we received regarding the recycling suspension by WCA.

Questions – call or email us: 281-346-8830 or UBservices@fulsheartexas.gov
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Can we try to wipe down our garbage can handles after we place out our garbage? Or spray with Lysol? Keep the lids open? Let’s try to protect them from us. We need to keep these heroes safe! #weloveourgarbagemen

Thank you, City of Fulshear, for working with WCA to quickly find a workaround. Speedy recovery for WCA worker

Has the city and/or WCA discussed treating the yellow lid trash cans as a 2nd garbage can temporarily until recycle service resumes? Especially with the trucks not picking up anything not in an a WCA can.

Prayers 🙏🏽

This is great! Thank you for the quick alternate solution.

Teresa Denney

Thank you for negotiating this with WCA. How is this change in service being accounted for in our waste management bill?

This is so wonderful. Thank you!!!!

Joshua Harmon

Wonderful! Thank you for doing this! This is how we used to do it back home only we had to separate everything so this will be much easier!!😊

Felipe Mendes

Guess you won’t be charging us for recycling....

Troy Schmidt

Jose Luis Banda

Michael Walton

Martha Esparza Wilfrido Arroyo

Mauricio Morafiallos

Jeri Porto

Isn't there a 5-minute test available now?

I only do recycs because of my wife. I have need for shrubs / grass clippings, etc to be rid of due to HOA harassment.. When are the trash bins available for those?

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City of Fulshear
Stay Strong, Stay Safe, STAY HOME.
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By chance do we know of any in Fulshear? Also, approx. updated population of JUST Fulshear? Thanks

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Cross Creek Ranch

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Brazos River Rotary

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Brazos River Rotary Club
Reflecting the precautions in place to #FlattenTheCurve against COVID-19, the Houston Regions Rotary District is hosting its first ever district-wide virtual meeting on Zoom and Facebook Live!

Join us this Thursday at 7:00 p.m. to learn how Rotary Clubs in our area are pursuing special community and international service projects to help folks in need.

Reflecting the precautions in place to #FlattenTheCurve against COVID-19, the Houston Region's Rotary District is hosting it's first ever district-wide virtual meeting on Zoom and Facebook Live!

Join us this Thursday at 7:00 p.m. to learn how Rotary Clubs in our area are pursuing special community and international service projects to help folks in need.Curious about Rotary? Want to make the world a better place? Log in and learn how by joining our online 30-minute meeting on March 19th!

Rotarians, do you need a Rotary meeting to attend or a Meeting Make-up? Come join us for Rotary District 5890's very first "Rotary Connects the World-Online" 30-minute district-wide meeting on Zoom and Facebook Live!

On Thursday, March 19th from 7 PM until 7:30 PM (CST) join our Rotary District Governor Gary Gillen as he welcomes our special event emcee, Rotary Foundation Trustee Jennifer Jones, and you'll also hear an update from District 5890's very own, PDG Suzi Howe, Rotary International Board of Director-nominee for 2020-2022. We'll have speakers from several Rotary clubs sharing information about their special community and international service projects.

This meeting is open to Rotarians AND Non-Rotarians, so invite your club members, business associates, friends and family.

This will be an exciting and educational meeting that can serve as your CLUB MEETING, a MAKEUP MEETING, and an opportunity for non-Rotarians to learn about what we do!

Platform: Zoom with FB Live on Rotary eClub FB event
Meeting Info:
Topic: Rotary Connects the World Online
Time: March 19, 2020 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 728 314 956

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Brazos River Rotary Club
The novel Coronavirus – which is formally called COVID-19 - was a topic of discussion during our Rotary Club meeting this morning. 

To help our discussion, we relied on the online COVID-19 Global Cases Map developed and maintained by the John Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, which visualizes and tracks reported cases in real-time.

Although the CDC and State of Texas health officials consider the level of risk to Texas residents from COVID-19 to be “Low” for the moment, precautions are being taken. 

This includes disseminating critical information via partners at the county and local level. In Fort Bend County (FBC), Texas, the lead county agency is FBC Health and Human Services, with FBC Homeland Security & Emergency Management providing support.

Another online resource is the CDC’s COVID-19 virus info page @ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.
 
Ways you can personally help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19 includes taking the following steps:
• washing hands frequently;
• avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth;
• avoiding close contact with people who are sick;
• staying home when sick;
• covering coughs and sneezes; and,
• cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Let us know if you find this information helpful. Feel free to share this post if you do. Thank you.

The novel Coronavirus – which is formally called COVID-19 - was a topic of discussion during our Rotary Club meeting this morning.

To help our discussion, we relied on the online COVID-19 Global Cases Map developed and maintained by the John Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, which visualizes and tracks reported cases in real-time.

Although the CDC and State of Texas health officials consider the level of risk to Texas residents from COVID-19 to be “Low” for the moment, precautions are being taken.

This includes disseminating critical information via partners at the county and local level. In Fort Bend County (FBC), Texas, the lead county agency is FBC Health and Human Services, with FBC Homeland Security & Emergency Management providing support.

Another online resource is the CDC’s COVID-19 virus info page @ https://cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/….

Ways you can personally help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19 includes taking the following steps:
• washing hands frequently;
• avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth;
• avoiding close contact with people who are sick;
• staying home when sick;
• covering coughs and sneezes; and,
• cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces.

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Fulshear-Simonton Lions Club

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1 month ago

Fulshear-Simonton Lions Club
The registration is open now!
Even if you do not ride, you can donate or even be a sponsor. Money raised will be directed towards charities working to assist abused children.

Here is the web address for registration, donation or sponsorship.

www.fulshearsimontonlionsclub.org

The registration is open now!
Even if you do not ride, you can donate or even be a sponsor. Money raised will be directed towards charities working to assist abused children.

Here is the web address for registration, donation or sponsorship.

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Fulshear-Simonton Lions Club
Shop for your valentine and make sure you add the Fulshear Simonton Lions as your Non-profit on Amazon Smile. We LOVE to serve others and your donations help us do that.

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3 months ago

Fulshear-Simonton Lions Club
We would like to thank all of you who keep donating used pill bottles. 

Imagine you’ve walked miles to a remote village or hospital to receive any form of medical care you can find.  You are given the medication you desperately needed and now you have to start the journey back home.

Your little plastic pill bottles can make a major difference to the world.

We just got a  notification that non-prescription pill bottles (aspirin, antacid, Tylenol, etc.) will be no longer accepted as part of the pill bottle collection service project.  The cost of shipping is prohibitive. 

Going forward, we will only be accepting pharmacy prescription bottles for Africa.

Thank you for all your past and future donations 🦁

We would like to thank all of you who keep donating used pill bottles.

Imagine you’ve walked miles to a remote village or hospital to receive any form of medical care you can find. You are given the medication you desperately needed and now you have to start the journey back home.

Your little plastic pill bottles can make a major difference to the world.

We just got a notification that non-prescription pill bottles (aspirin, antacid, Tylenol, etc.) will be no longer accepted as part of the pill bottle collection service project. The cost of shipping is prohibitive.

Going forward, we will only be accepting pharmacy prescription bottles for Africa.

Thank you for all your past and future donations 🦁
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What address should these be mailed too.

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Fulshear Ace Hardware

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Fulshear Ace Hardware
Still Open, Always Essential, Forever Helpful.

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6 days ago

Fulshear Ace Hardware
CURBSIDE PICK UP FOR LOCAL ITEMS:

GOOD NEWS! We have a solution to have our most popular local items, not on acehardware.com, available for Curbside purchase during COVID-19. 

HOW TO ORDER:
1) Call the store at 281-533-8571, please park in our BACK parking lot. An associate will meet you at your car.
2) Payment by card chip or tap only. No cash transactions. No signature required. No coupons or gift cards. 
3) Your receipt will be texted or emailed to you. 
4) Well get curbside orders out as fast as  possible in the order of phone calls received. 

ITEMS AVAILABLE:
Nitro-Phos: 
Imperial 15-5-10, Super Turf 19-4-10, Barricade 10lb and 50lb, Bermuda Weed & Feed, St. Augustine Weed & Feed, Crabgrass Killer, Sweet Green, Azomite 44lb, 13-13-13 Fertilizer 

Microlife 6-2-4 40lb, Fulshear Honey, Bonnie Veggies and Herbs, Bedding Flowers, Propane Exchange and New Tanks, Mulch, Living Earth Top Soil and Organic Compost, Cabot Fence Stain in HOA approved colors, Green Egg Charcoal, Green Egg Instant Firestarters

CURBSIDE PICK UP FOR LOCAL ITEMS:

GOOD NEWS! We have a solution to have our most popular local items, not on acehardware.com, available for Curbside purchase during COVID-19.

HOW TO ORDER:
1) Call the store at 281-533-8571, please park in our BACK parking lot. An associate will meet you at your car.
2) Payment by card chip or tap only. No cash transactions. No signature required. No coupons or gift cards.
3) Your receipt will be texted or emailed to you.
4) We'll get curbside orders out as fast as possible in the order of phone calls received.

ITEMS AVAILABLE:
Nitro-Phos:
Imperial 15-5-10, Super Turf 19-4-10, Barricade 10lb and 50lb, Bermuda Weed & Feed, St. Augustine Weed & Feed, Crabgrass Killer, Sweet Green, Azomite 44lb, 13-13-13 Fertilizer

Microlife 6-2-4 40lb, Fulshear Honey, Bonnie Veggies and Herbs, Bedding Flowers, Propane Exchange and New Tanks, Mulch, Living Earth Top Soil and Organic Compost, Cabot Fence Stain in HOA approved colors, Green Egg Charcoal, Green Egg Instant Firestarters
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Fulshear Ace Hardware
COVID-19 UPDATE 3/29

- As an essential business, we plan to remain OPEN as long as possible. 

- Please remember to keep a 6 foot distance from our staff, so we can continue to work and help our community. 

- Aside from the safety of our customers and staff, our first priority is to have ESSENTIAL items available. Ace Corporate staff are working relentlessly to get out-of-stock products to stores. We will update as soon as cleaning, disinfectants, and paper items are back in-stock. 

- The SAFEST way to get items you need is to place your order on acehardware.com and choose Curbside Pickup. You can also pick up your online order in-store, or have it delivered to your doorstep. 

- We realize many items we sell are local, and not available online. We have selected some of these most popular items to be available for curbside pick-up by credit card only.  Simply call us and an associate will meet you at your car to take your order. We will include this list and instructions on a separate post.   

- Lastly, we ask for your continued patience and kindness as we continue to navigate a new kind of storm here. Our AWESOME, but limited staff are working hard to get items stocked fast, and help customers in the store and by phone.

COVID-19 UPDATE 3/29

- As an essential business, we plan to remain OPEN as long as possible.

- Please remember to keep a 6 foot distance from our staff, so we can continue to work and help our community.

- Aside from the safety of our customers and staff, our first priority is to have ESSENTIAL items available. Ace Corporate staff are working relentlessly to get out-of-stock products to stores. We will update as soon as cleaning, disinfectants, and paper items are back in-stock.

- The SAFEST way to get items you need is to place your order on acehardware.com and choose Curbside Pickup. You can also pick up your online order in-store, or have it delivered to your doorstep.

- We realize many items we sell are local, and not available online. We have selected some of these most popular items to be available for curbside pick-up by credit card only. Simply call us and an associate will meet you at your car to take your order. We will include this list and instructions on a separate post.

- Lastly, we ask for your continued patience and kindness as we continue to navigate a new kind of storm here. Our AWESOME, but limited staff are working hard to get items stocked fast, and help customers in the store and by phone.
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Fulshear House Concerts

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2 weeks ago

Fulshear House Concerts
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3 weeks ago

Fulshear House Concerts
Were looking forward to a quick return of happiness and love at Fulshear House Concerts! Hopefully we can talk American Dreamer  into coming back!

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3 weeks ago

Fulshear House Concerts

With much regret and concern for the musicians we support, we have made the painful decision to cancel and attempt to re-schedule our upcoming shows. We committed to follow CDC and Fort Bend County recommendations for public gatherings, but today the President recommended that public gatherings be limited to a maximum of 10 people. In most cases, events this small won't cover the costs of our artists, let alone help them pay their bills, so we are going to do our best to support musicians in other ways.

In the next few days, we will communicate with you about how you can join us to help support our FHC artists and your favorite independent musicians. We will also post artist PayPal, Venmo, and Patreon links along with links to live shows where you can support musicians through virtual shows. Feel free to share similar links on this page as well.

Our sincere hope is that sooner than later, this pandemic will be behind us and will have created much less damage than predicted. After 77 shows and hosting thousands of supporters in our living rooms, we have tremendous faith in this community to persevere and overcome any obstacle, minimize panic and paranoia, and make the right choices for friends, family, and community. Take care, and we look forward to seeing you all soon when happier times return.
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Here to support in any way I can💞🤗

You’re such good humans! ❤️

So sorry! Stay well, everyone!❤️

I’ll be in the look for the virtual show and looking forward for the next shows after this is over. Stay safe 💕

What ever we can do to support the wonderful singer/songwriters that have so kindly blessed our homes let’s do it!!!!

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Fulshear-Simonton Heritage Society

Iron Tribe Fitness, Cinco Ranch

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12 hours ago

Iron Tribe Fitness
Tia Brockway Thomas, thank you for your vulnerability as this testimonial speaks volumes about you and how you choose to overcome your past to become who you are today and who you are working towards becoming day by day.  We love you and you are a blessing to our Tribe.  

“I don’t have many ‘before’ pictures.  I’ve always struggled with my weight and tended to avoid pictures. Working out was never my “thing”.  I knew I SHOULD do it to be healthy, but it was just something I never enjoyed.  The picture on the left was taken at one of my very first Iron Tribe classes.  I couldn’t do many of the movements back then, but it didn’t matter. The coaches took care of me and there were plenty of other tribers there ready with encouragement. Since then I’ve gained more than just an appreciation for working out.  I’ve lost weight, gained muscle, my eating habits are overall healthier.  I’m happier, I have more energy, and my gym friends have become lifelong friends. The picture on the right isn’t an ‘after’ pic. It’s where I am now, a work in progress always trying to move forward.  Iron Tribe is just a special place, y’all.” #whyitribe  #keepmovingforward #strongerthanyesterday

Tia Brockway Thomas, thank you for your vulnerability as this testimonial speaks volumes about you and how you choose to overcome your past to become who you are today and who you are working towards becoming day by day. We love you and you are a blessing to our Tribe.

“I don’t have many ‘before’ pictures. I’ve always struggled with my weight and tended to avoid pictures. Working out was never my “thing”. I knew I SHOULD do it to be healthy, but it was just something I never enjoyed. The picture on the left was taken at one of my very first Iron Tribe classes. I couldn’t do many of the movements back then, but it didn’t matter. The coaches took care of me and there were plenty of other tribers there ready with encouragement. Since then I’ve gained more than just an appreciation for working out. I’ve lost weight, gained muscle, my eating habits are overall healthier. I’m happier, I have more energy, and my gym friends have become lifelong friends. The picture on the right isn’t an ‘after’ pic. It’s where I am now, a work in progress always trying to move forward. Iron Tribe is just a special place, y’all.” #whyitribe #keepmovingforward #strongerthanyesterday
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Way to go Tia Brockway Thomas!

12 hours ago

Iron Tribe Fitness
Good Saturday morning Tribe.   Let’s celebrate a beautiful transformation and life change with our very own Anitha Ramaraj.  
Congratulations on where you are at today and where you are heading.   So proud of you.  

If you woke up this morning thinking nutrition would be a struggle or if you aren’t feeling a workout, remember your why. #whyitribe

Good Saturday morning Tribe. Let’s celebrate a beautiful transformation and life change with our very own Anitha Ramaraj.
Congratulations on where you are at today and where you are heading. So proud of you.

If you woke up this morning thinking nutrition would be a struggle or if you aren’t feeling a workout, remember your why. #whyitribe
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Iron Tribe Fitness
Don’t decrease the goal, INCREASE the effort💥 #whyitribe

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Fulshear High School Band

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3 days ago

Fulshear High School Band

Fun challenge for our marching friends!!!!

Ultimate Drill Book
We are proud to launch #UDBmovesme, a weekly online challenge that inspires you to move in a fun and creative way!

Each week, Samia Mooney, Movement Supervisor for the Bluecoats and UDB Education Team member, will lead you through stretches, movement exercises, and choreography. Once you've learned the challenge, post your performance with the hashtags #UDBmovesme and #MarchOn for others to see. Every Tuesday, we'll pick 5 lucky participants and send them some awesome UDB gear!

Visit www.ultimatedrillbook.com/UDBmovesme to get started!
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5 days ago

Fulshear High School Band

Something else to checkout!!!!

The United States Air Force Band
Calling all band and orchestra students! Would you like to play a virtual duet with a member of The U.S. Air Force Band? We want to hear from you! We will create duets with up to 50 young musicians, and spotlight several outstanding performances on our social media. 50 submissions will receive a produced video of you performing with one of our members, sent directly to you for posting on your own pages (don't forget to tag us!).

Please use the email below, and follow these guidelines.

Applicants must:

1. Be between the ages of 5 and 21.
2. Send us a recording of yourself playing one part of a duet. (Due to file size, please upload video to a shared drive and email the link to us)
3. Send us a jpeg or pdf of the music you are using, to include both duet parts.
4. In your message, please include your name, grade, and hometown, as well as the the title, composer, and publisher of your work. If the work is from a method book, include the title.
5. If your work is selected for feature on our Facebook page, a release form will need be signed by a parent or guardian.

All submissions should be sent to usafbandduets@gmail.com. Please send us your recordings by April 7.

Tips to make a great recording:

1. Recordings with your phone will do just fine! Please ensure that you record in landscape.
2. Make sure you have enough lighting.
3. Please ensure the camera is as close as this sample video.
National Association for Music Education | MusicTeacherResources
#MusicConnectsUs | #USAFBandConnects
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Fulbrook and Fulbrook on Fulshear Creek

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1 week ago

Fulbrook
During this time of uncertainty, we want to reassure you that the safety of our guests and families is our highest priority. We are monitoring the situation closely and are adhering to recommended guidelines from local and state authorities.

Fulbrook Acreage Estates Sales Center remains open by appointment only. A number of steps are being taken to create a clean, safe environment. To ensure a successful visit, please contact us at 281-346-0027 to schedule an appointment.

Events and community gatherings are postponed until further notice. Please check back for future updates. We will continue to communicate with you on developments  as best we can.

If one thing has become clear during this time, it’s that nothing is more important than community. Wishing you and your family a healthy and positive next few weeks.

During this time of uncertainty, we want to reassure you that the safety of our guests and families is our highest priority. We are monitoring the situation closely and are adhering to recommended guidelines from local and state authorities.

Fulbrook Acreage Estates Sales Center remains open by appointment only. A number of steps are being taken to create a clean, safe environment. To ensure a successful visit, please contact us at 281-346-0027 to schedule an appointment.

Events and community gatherings are postponed until further notice. Please check back for future updates. We will continue to communicate with you on developments as best we can.

If one thing has become clear during this time, it’s that nothing is more important than community. Wishing you and your family a healthy and positive next few weeks.
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1 week ago

Fulbrook

Hi, Neighbors and friends of Fulbrook. Sadly, we are postponing our April 26 Furry Friends Festival until we can celebrate together safely. Watch this page for updates and a new date for our fundraiser. Thank you to all our supporters and sponsors. Give your dogs a pat from us, and watch this page for further updates. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Fulbrook
Calling all animal lovers! Were looking for volunteers to help at the Fulbrook Furry Friend Festival fundraiser on April 26 (See Event details above.) We need help with set-up, supervising games, and coordinating logistics at the pet photo booth. A great opportunity for students to earn community service hours! Maybe you know a student musician or choir who would like to perform.

Business wishing to advertise or have a vendor booth, please let us know--dog sitting businesses, obedience school, restaurants, home repair, interior design firms, just to name a few. Call the Fulbrook Office at 281-346-0027 for details. Your donation of $50 to be a community partner will be given directly to The Petterie Adoption Center.

Calling all animal lovers! We're looking for volunteers to help at the Fulbrook Furry Friend Festival fundraiser on April 26 (See Event details above.) We need help with set-up, supervising games, and coordinating logistics at the pet photo booth. A great opportunity for students to earn community service hours! Maybe you know a student musician or choir who would like to perform.

Business wishing to advertise or have a vendor booth, please let us know--dog sitting businesses, obedience school, restaurants, home repair, interior design firms, just to name a few. Call the Fulbrook Office at 281-346-0027 for details. Your donation of $50 to be a community partner will be given directly to The Petterie Adoption Center.
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Fulshear High School Theater

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1 week ago

Fulshear High School Theatre

Congratulations to the Fulshear HS UIL Theatrical Design STATE Qualifiers!
Anika Adames
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Lauryn Wharton
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Super proud of these girls!

Way to go!! Congratulations ladies!!💜💜💜

Awesome!! Congratulations, ladies!!

2 weeks ago

Fulshear High School Theatre

Congratulations to the cast & crew of Chicago for being nominated for BEST CHOREOGRAPHY in the Tommy Tune Awards 2020! ... See MoreSee Less

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They should have walked away with every award!! The BEST High School production I’ve ever seen!!! Go Chargers!!!

Congrats to the Cast

Yay!!!

That’s wonderful! Congratulations everyone!

Wow! Wonderful news, so well deserved! Congratulations all!

Congratulations to the Cast, Crew, and Directors.

Yaaaaaay

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4 weeks ago

Fulshear High School Theatre
District One Act Play Advancing Show
ChloeSue Baker All-Star Crew
Ty Kingsberry Honorable Mention All-Star Cast
Elias Houeiss All-Star Cast
Avonlea Yeakley - Best Performer
Clay Hall - Director’s Choice Award

District One Act Play Advancing Show
ChloeSue Baker All-Star Crew
Ty Kingsberry Honorable Mention All-Star Cast
Elias Houeiss All-Star Cast
Avonlea Yeakley - Best Performer
Clay Hall - Director’s Choice Award
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Congratulations Chargers!!!! 💜⚡️🎭🎟

Amazing group of sweet and talented kids!!

Great show! Congrats!

Woohooo Congratulations!!!!!!

Wonderful! Congratulations!

Congratulations!!!! Fulshear Chargers!! 💜🏆🏅

Congratulations!!! GO CHARGER THEATRE!!! 💜🎭⚡️

Congratulations!

Awesome!! Congratulations!! 💜🎭💜

So proud of this group! Great job everyone! Congratulations!!!💜🎉

Congratulations to this talented group of Chargers!!🎉🎉🎉

Congratulations!!! Good job!! Kids!! 💜🎬🎭

Amazing! So happy for you!

Great job! Keep on pursuing your goals!

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

Congratulations awesome!😎👏

Congrats to all!

Congratulations!

So Proud of you all!!!! Especially Elias Houeiss!!!

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Fort Bend Meals on Wheels

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1 day ago

Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels
Thank you to our amazing neighbor, Seatex in Rosenberg for donating 5 cases of hand sanitizer for our drivers and volunteers! 

We are seeing an unprecedented number of seniors needing our services and we can only bring nutritious meals to their homes if every driver and volunteer has the ability to sanitize their hands between each delivery. We are delivery to more than 1,300 seniors and counting. 

We are so happy to have generous neighbors like Seatex!

Thank you to our amazing neighbor, Seatex in Rosenberg for donating 5 cases of hand sanitizer for our drivers and volunteers!

We are seeing an unprecedented number of seniors needing our services and we can only bring nutritious meals to their homes if every driver and volunteer has the ability to sanitize their hands between each delivery. We are delivery to more than 1,300 seniors and counting.

We are so happy to have generous neighbors like Seatex!
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3 days ago

Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels
For the safety of our community, all senior centers are remaining closed until further notice. 

We have compiled a list of activities for seniors - please share with family & friends! From senior shopping hours to fitness classes, music, games, meditation, museums and more! http://ow.ly/jl2D50z08QW

Keep entertained while you #StayHome #StaySafe #StayConnected.

For the safety of our community, all senior centers are remaining closed until further notice.

We have compiled a list of activities for seniors - please share with family & friends! From senior shopping hours to fitness classes, music, games, meditation, museums and more! http://ow.ly/jl2D50z08QW

Keep entertained while you #StayHome #StaySafe #StayConnected.
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4 days ago

Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels
Please stay alert & check on the seniors in your life.

Unfortunately there are scams being reported nationally due to the COVID-19 outbreak. FBS delivered information to all senior clients about staying safe. View the Stay Safe, Avoid Scams flyer here: http://ow.ly/WLMn50z1eTQ

Please stay alert & check on the seniors in your life.

Unfortunately there are scams being reported nationally due to the COVID-19 outbreak. FBS delivered information to all senior clients about staying safe. View the "Stay Safe, Avoid Scams" flyer here: http://ow.ly/WLMn50z1eTQ
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Blessington Farms

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10 hours ago

Blessington Farms
Closed today due to weather and also because we were picked out of blueberries yesterday. Check back with us regarding next week.

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2 days ago

Blessington Farms
UPDATE.....We were picked out of berries today and the decision has been made to close tomorrow. Check back with us for hours next week. (Posted 12:30 p.m. on 4/3)

IT’S TIME! BLUEBERRIES are here!! We will be open Friday and Saturday for strawberry and blueberry picking from 10-2  (Closed Sunday). 

We have always required best hand sanitizing practices before you go into the field and our scissors are sanitized too. There is PLENTY of room for social distancing. ❤️🍓👍🏼👏🏻

UPDATE.....We were picked out of berries today and the decision has been made to close tomorrow. Check back with us for hours next week. (Posted 12:30 p.m. on 4/3)

IT’S TIME! BLUEBERRIES are here!! We will be open Friday and Saturday for strawberry and blueberry picking from 10-2 (Closed Sunday).

We have always required best hand sanitizing practices before you go into the field and our scissors are sanitized too. There is PLENTY of room for social distancing. ❤️🍓👍🏼👏🏻
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We were picked out of berries today and the decision has been made to close tomorrow. Chek back with us for hours next week.

If you don’t want to go because of the COVID-19 then don’t go. Don’t be negative to a business trying to survive and also comply to the guidelines. It’s America.

J Bianca Munoz Blanca Cervantes

Diana Willetts! Blueberries!

Are we able to bring our own scissors and buckets?

Donna Allgood Clopton

We made a strawberry crisp with what we picked Today !

My blueberry bush I bought from yall last year is totally producing berries!! Its so exciting!!!

Lindsey Wilson

Linda Kolar Rivera Austen Rivera

I doubt you should be encouraging people to flock to your farm over staying home. 🤦🏽‍♀️

Cristal Hernandez Gloria Garcia

Kids still can play there?

How much is the strawberry picking?

Are blueberries also $5 a pound?

Is it ok to bring your own scissors?

Although I’d love to bring my kids to this and leaving the house is tempting...how can you guarantee that if someone is infected with COVID-19 and touches a berry, decides not to pick it and then moves on-thus, some one else picks it, washes it and eats it, won’t be infected as well? You can’t. Most people won’t wash a berry with hot water and soap because the skin is porous. It’s not like an apple, mango, watermelon or pineapple-where you just cut the skin off. And no one is dousing their berries with hand sanitizer. So while I’ve supported your business through the years, love your fruit, know your premises are large enough for social distancing, there’s still a risk of spreading this disease and pandemic. I personally feel this it’s socially irresponsible to promote this without considering and explaining if you provide gloves, masks and how you’re prepared to prevent every person from touching and tasting berries.

Miriam Daboub Martha Esparza que piensan?

Are the animals out ?

Are the animals out ?

Zaydee Morales Padilla so that means it will be open for Lelia day Michelle Morales

Leah Michaela Hurbrough Neil Smith we could all load up with Tristan tomorrow for a fun day out of the house 🙂

Layne Riley lets go Saturday.

How much for blueberries?

Is there an entry fee or do we just pay for what we pick?

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6 days ago

Blessington Farms
Hi all!!! Thanks for the support this last week. We have made the decision to CLOSE for berry picking this week. Strawberries need some time to ripen and replenish. Check back SOON! It’s almost time for blueberries!!

Hi all!!! Thanks for the support this last week. We have made the decision to CLOSE for berry picking this week. Strawberries need some time to ripen and replenish. Check back SOON! It’s almost time for blueberries!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Will you be open next Saturday or Sunday?

When are you going to open again for strawberries?

Awesome !!

Looking forward to blueberries!

Blueberries!!! My favorite

Looking forward 😊

Looking forward

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First Fulshear United Methodist Church

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KHOU, Channel 11, Houston

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FOX, Channel 26, Houston

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FOX 26 Houston

Here's your Saturday evening weather update plus an inside look at the Dawson Den!

John Dawson FOX 26
How much rain did you see today? I’ll tell you when to expect more!
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More, hope we get more

Too much. Old guys need our walks

It has rained all day in Conroe but not hard.

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KTRH, ABC 13, Weather

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1 day ago

ABC13 Weather

ABC13-Collin Myers‪STRONG STORMS are approaching our western counties now. Damaging winds will be the primary threats, if they hold together. ‬

‪Spread the word and stay inside! ‬
‪Follow: instagram.com/collinabc13 for more.
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Can hear thunder in Bellville.

Hallettsville is not on I-10!

1 day ago

ABC13 Weather

ABC13 Meteorologist David TillmanA Severe Thunderstorm Watch may be issued this afternoon for the area in yellow. Our western counties are included in this threat area but Houston is not just yet. Large hail and damaging straight line winds are the main threats with the storms. Strong storms may make it to Houston this evening. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great it couldn't arrive before I put the new roof on. 😉

Honestly, bad weather needs to back off. We have enough issues in this country right now and definitely in this city, so we really don't need weather issues as well. Go away!

Lisa Colligan

1 day ago

ABC13 Weather

ABC13-Elita LorescaCooler temperatures tonight? Latest models indicate a BIG drop in temps once the front moves through, but will that cooler air make it into #Houston ?

Chief Forecaster David Tillman will have a LIVE update with Futuretrack coming up at 11 am on #abc13

Hope you'll tune in! abc13.com/LIVE
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Fox News Video

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21 hours ago

Fox News Video

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Iam soak mask im bleach water and dry out .

I will wear a mask for a few weeks of it means we can return to living our lives.😊

I don`t trust Dr. Fauci.

Democrats made lab virus

SINCE masks can't be found, I am making my own... very simple. Our County does not have corona, and down below over half of the population is wearing masks when out. AND we are self quarantining. All that is required of a mask is over mouth and Nose. Better to be safe then sorry......TRUMP PENCE 2020... GO RED.,

INTERESTING: Two months ago, we would not have been allowed to enter any public building wearing a mask, without being arrested. NOW, you won't be allowed to enter a public building without wearing a mask. WHO'S THE OUTLAW NOW? How good is facial recognition, now? We might be judged by the pattern on the mask, to ID us.??????? MASKS MAY BE A FASHION STATEMENT in the future! Hahahahaha!🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭

It came from a lab, not a bat!!

Went from not spread from person to person, to not airborne, now you get it from breathing.

More brainwashing

Oh so CDC says to do it then it must be done...I don’t think so scooter. Quit instilling fear in the people. Pathetic

And yet info I read says cloth masks do not protect you from viruses

They didnt care if we die or if Trump could get mask so why care about their Wet msrkets .

You know 40 million people in China starved to death. China lied about the number then too. That is how they learned to eat anything.

Stop

Your orange God said it's not important,,faux news and tRUMP are deranged

I really do not want to wear a mask and look like anyone other than a Christian.

Ok, ah yea we know, droplets. This is a known medical precaution taken for years. The medical community has done this for years! This unknown is known, viruses exist everywhere. I refused to see USA turn into China! Stop it! Mask give a faults sense of protection, especially homemade mask. Sorry 😐

Open up business again in this country President Trump !!

They are coming out with a new mask recognition software!

I think maybe it came from that old bat Nancy P !!

So where can we buy them besides China?

Im NOT doing it UNTIL the president does❣️

Stop ignoring the facts... this virus was CREATED in one of two bio labs in China! China can't have people protesting, and waiving American flags. This virus was unleashed by the CCP against their own people. Its not the first time, and it wont be the last time that the corrupt government in China has killed its own people, and let others die worldwide to cover their lies.

Wow let's all remember the late Michael Jackson...

I never believed I would be healed someday. This disease started circulating all over my body and I have been taking treatment from my doctor, few weeks ago I came on search on the internet if I could get any information concerning the prevention of this disease, on my search I saw a testimony of someone who has been healed from (HSV 2 and Cancer) by this Man dr Senu a great herbal medicine that this man and advise we should contact him for any sickness that he would be of help, so i contact him on Email senudr448@gmail.com telling him about my (HERPES Virus) he told me not to worry that I was going to be cured!! hmm I never believed it,, well after all the procedures and remedy given to me by this man few weeks later I started experiencing changes all over me and after three months as Dr Senu assured me that I have cured, after some time I went to my Doctor to confirmed if I have be finally healed, behold! it was TRUE, So friends my advise is if you have such sickness or any other at all you can contact Dr Senu on Email senudr448@gmail.com or WhatsApp +2348119006592

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21 hours ago

Fox News Video

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NATURAL DEATHS, are added to the VIRUS deaths... raising the VIRUS deaths.....

To think that we cannot adjust to this virus and put necessary safety precautions in place in most businesses and workplaces and re-open the economy is nuts...

It would be a marathon run for the medical community, long long hours and a myriad of victims....... My prays for all of them............TRUMP PENCE 2020.. GO RED.

This is BS. THe hospital ship is empty

Hey fake fox hoax news.. now you say this was not a hoax.. now that your president lies and said this was going to be gone by April.. all of the anchors of fate Fox News they need to be a shame of themselves....

Yeah yeah yeah whatever keep believing in your orange clown and your fake Fox News.. the funny thing is everything is on tape and you still don’t believe it..

Stopped watching because of your constant Capillus hat ad. It's a scam and your putting ad profit over truth.

Didnt they shut down 7 hospitals in upper NY state last year??

I never seen a line up trying to get into the hospitals. Over the top setting fear.

Why do they keep saying they are taking them to the hospital to die...how unprofessional.....not impressed with how this was presented

HAS 1 REPORTER VISITED THE HOSPITALS IN THE AREA ,WE ARE GETTING REPORTS OF IT BEING A GHOST TOWN ???

I have seen MANY videos of "Empty Hospitals"(Look it up, if you don't believe me) can anyone send me a video of a hospital that is swamped or overwhelmed?...I would appreciate it.

It's a very big fight.....

if some nurses are saying hospitals are empty and some are saying it over filled and which is telling the truth

Why do we keep hearing from the front line they still do not have the tools they need? Where are the supplies the NY govenor and NYC mayor say they have delivered? Has the NY govenor done his job?

It’s all about BAD news and if you’re looking at this it’s never is getting better.There never going to to talk about GOOD news 🤬

That’s so weird because yesterday they were saying it was empty as well as the Hospital Ship????

If this is true why am I seeing videos that shows empty hospitals

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24 hours ago

Fox News Video

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if we would give out the cure we would not have to give out the test or ventilator.

I agree with Ryan Walker,,,, A Czar is SO public service BS,... How about (and I’m serious here) they get assigned titles like: “Poo Bah”, If he’s high-ranking: “Gran dom Poo Bah” or “Manager Fort Fumble” or “Director Puzzle Palace” Anybody else getting a gut-load of this public service politi speak? If their heads in the right place then they’ll “get it” and move forward.....

RFID chip can test it in less than a second. Wait for that.

If u feel sick stay the fck home. U don't have to have a president or governor tell you this.

Open up business in this country President Trump!

Praise God 🙏🏻

Please stoping using Russian terms us English ones.

Sure

Don't forget to wear scarves, they do a great, beautiful job against the virus. Doctor Trump knows best.

That is wonderful. Where are they?

🙏🏻😢

Is that the truth or another lie?

🙏🙏🙏💙

Sound good that will save life’s

I see your all positive about someone taking the lead , so we let Nancy or Joe do it , feel better now ?

I never believed I would be healed someday