Election Changes, Redistricting & Virtual Education Bills to be Hot Topics During Atascocita BizCom’

Humble, TX— Atascocita BizCom presented by Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital and Rosewood Funeral Home and Cemetery will feature a blend of elected officials, business executives and community members coming together to address specific needs and issues of the Atascocita community.
All business professionals, community members and Lake Houston Area stakeholders are invited to join Partnership Lake Houston’s Atascocita BizCom at 11 a.m., Thursday, October 14 via Zoom. This event is free of charge for those who RSVP on
Featured speakers and topics include:

  • Representative Dan Huberty, Texas House of Representatives for District 127, to share updates from special session and priority legislation including redistricting, possible changes to the 2022 election schedule, SB 15 - related to virtual education, State Utility Reliability Fund, and HB 190 – related to the Lake Houston Dredging and Maintenance District

  • Justin Kendrick, CEO, Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital, to share information on the Delta Variant of Covid-19, specifically how it is affecting the residents of the Lake Houston Area

  • Lance LaCour, Economic Development President, Partnership Lake Houston to share his introduction into the Lake Houston Area community.

  • Robert Riggs, Superintendent, iSchool High Atascocita – Early College High School to share information about a tuition-free public charter high school at the Lone Star College-Atascocita Center

  • Will Falker, Principal, Atascocita High School, to share school improvement projects and timely updates for 2021-22 school year

  • Amanda Petree, Chairman, Party on the Green Committee to share information and updates on the 2021 Party on the Green annual event

Presenting sponsors are Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital and Rosewood Funeral Home and Cemetery. Gold sponsors are HEB Atascocita, Team Petree by JLA Realty, McCord Development - Generation Park, Tachus Fiber Internet and Whataburger. Silver sponsors are Inframark, K&S Sportswear and Pro Custom Service. For sponsorship opportunities contact
All area businesses, citizens, organizations, and other interested parties are invited to attend Partnership Lake Houston’s BizCom meetings. To register, visit
Partnership Lake Houston is a 501c6 private, nonprofit chamber of commerce and economic development organization established in 1923. The Partnership works to help businesses and the economy grow in the northeast Harris County communities of Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita and Summer Creek.