Get Humble area updates at Humble BizCom October
HUMBLE, TX — Join businesses, community leaders, and school officials at Humble BizCom presented by Memorial Herman Northeast and Rosewood Funeral Home and Cemetery – Humble for updates about developments in the community from 11 a.m. to noon on Thursday, October 3 at Humble High School.
Several speakers will offer updates on local projects, the school board elections and more. BizCom is free of charge to the community with a complimentary lunch for those who RSVP on LakeHouston.org.
Featured speakers and topics include:
- Terri Osborne, Principal, Humble High School, School Updates
- Nachelle Scott, Principal, Quest High School, School Updates
- Mayor Merle Aaron, City of Humble,City Updates
- Dr. Robert Meaux, Humble ISD,Humble Museum Updates
- Senator Brandon Creighton, District 4,Session Updates
- State Representative, Dan Huberty, Session Updates
The event is free of charge to the Lake Houston community with a complimentary lunch if a RSVP is made through LakeHouston.org.
BizCom is a project of Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce created to address the unique needs of the businesses and communities in each of the Chamber’s respective coverage areas; Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood and Summer Creek. Local citizens, organizations and other interested parties are invited to attend BizCom meetings. To register, or for information about BizCom Groups in your community, visit LakeHouston.org or call the Chamber at (281) 446-2128.
About the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce: The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization of professional business men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic and commercial progress of the Lake Houston Area. The Chamber is the organized voice for the quality of life and business related issues at the local, state and federal level of government and is the front door to our community for tourism and business relocation information. The Lake Houston Area Chamber is comprised of 1,100 members and serves Atascocita, Fall Creek, Humble, Kingwood, Summerwood and portions of East Montgomery County.