Join us for food, fun and golf!

The Clubs of KingwoodFirday, June 17, 2016

Register to play at www.clubcorpcharityclassic.com and select The Clubs of Kingwood.

To Benefit:

HAAMAugie's QuestE.P.C.F.

HAAMDear Friends,

Yesterday's historic floods impacted families across the Houston area, including some in northeast Harris and east Montgomery Counties, where much of HAAM's work is directed. While the flooding in our service areas was not as extensive as some other parts of the region, we realize there may be some isolated incidents of significant damage and impact. We want you to know that we are committed to helping our neighbors in need to recover as quickly as possible. If individual clients and families turn to us for help, please know that we will do all we can for them, as we do daily. We will also respond, as best we can to requests for help from other agencies and service providers outside of our immediate community. We believe that now is the time for us to pull together for the benefit of ALL of our neighbors. Thank you for your ongoing support of our work on behalf of those in need.

Sincerely,

Millie Garrison
Executive Director
Humble Area Assistance Ministries

lightningApril 18, 2016

What is the Danger?

Torrential rainstorms has caused flooding of roadways and homes over large parts of north and northwest Harris County overnight. The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Emergency for parts of the area due to the historic rainfall received overnight.

This is a life threatening flooding event.

What You Should Do:

Stay out of flood waters! If you are at home, STAY THERE. If flood waters enter your home, STAY THERE. To risk crossing flooded streets or overflowing streams means certain death!

Just six inches of water can sweep and adult off of their feet and just two feet of water can move a car – even an SUV. Be Smart: Turn Around, Don’t Drown.

Residents should continue to monitor local media and the National Weather Service for forecast information, school and government office closures, and other lifesaving information.

Various watches and warnings may be issued. Be prepared to act quickly to protect yourself and your family.

Residents are urged to report house flooding at www.readyharris.org/go/survey/1829/11787/ or by calling the Harris County Flood Control District’s phone bank at 713-684-4000. Call 911 only if you believe your life is in danger.

Where you can learn more:

www.readyharris.org

Texas - Sales And Use Tax - 2016 emergency preparation supplies sales tax holiday.

The Texas Comptroller's Office has issued a publication informing taxpayers that the emergency preparation supplies sales tax holiday for 2016 will begin at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, April 23, and end at midnight on Monday, April 25.

During this period, certain emergency preparation supplies can be purchased tax free with no limit on the number of qualifying items that can be purchased, and no exemption certificate is required. Qualifying items include: (1) for a purchase price of less than $3,000, portable generators; (2) for a purchase price of less than $300, hurricane shutters and emergency ladders; (3) for a purchase price of less than $75, batteries, single or multipack (AAA cell, AA cell, C cell, D cell, 6 volt, or 9 volt), first aid kits, fuel containers, ground anchor systems and tie-down kits, hatchets axes, mobile telephone batteries and mobile telephone chargers, nonelectric coolers and ice chests for food storage, nonelectric can openers, portable self-powered light sources (flashlights), portable self-powered radios (including two-way and weather band radios), reusable and artificial ice products, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers and carbon monoxide detectors, and tarps and other plastic sheeting.

However, the following do not qualify: batteries for automobiles, boats, and other motorized vehicles; camping stoves; camping supplies; chainsaws; plywood; extension ladders; stepladders; tents; repair or replacement parts for emergency preparation supplies; and services performed on, or related to, emergency preparation supplies.

Delivery, shipping, handling, and transportation charges are part of the sales price, and if the emergency preparation supply being purchased is taxable, the delivery charge is also taxable (e.g., if a rescue ladder is purchased for $299 with a $10 delivery charge, tax is due on $309 because the total sales price of the ladder is more than $300). (Tax Publication 98-1017, Emergency Preparation Supplies Sales Tax Holiday, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, 03/01/2016

http://comptroller.texas.gov/taxinfo/taxpubs/tx98_1017.html

Here are the predictions for the upcoming Hurricane Season. Remember, be ready, it only takes one to cause problems. They don’t have to be a hurricane either. Remember Allison? We have people in South Humble areas, that never recovered 100% from that one.

Reminder: Saturday, 4.16.16, the Humble Rotary Fish Fry/Car show, at the Humble Civic Center!

First 2016 Hurricane Season Forecast

The 50th Annual Fish Fry & Car Show

East Fish - Change Lives

Saturday, April 16, 2016, 11am to 3pm

(Car registration 9am to 11am)

Class Awards and Best of Show Awards!

Humble Civic Center Arena

8233 Will Clayton Pkwy., Humble, Texas 77338

Entry Fee: $30 includes Fish Fry meal for one. Extra meal ticket only $12

Fired catfish, coleslaw, water, tea, or coffee. Dessert and sodas are available for sale. Music, silent auction, door prizes, and more!

$100 Raffle Ticket

Grand Prize 2016 Chevy Camaro courtesy of Robbins Auto Mall

Bring the Family & Friends

For additional information call Tom Gibbins, 281-435-6879.

April 13 and May 4, 2016

When: Wednesday, April 13, 2016, and Wednesday, May 4, 2016

WHERE: Lone Star College-Kingwood Campus in Parking lot F

Time: 11:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.

This event is sponsored by Lone Star College and surrounding agencies.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME. No need to show any type of wage verification, it is free to everyone.

In the past, they have given out a lot of different fresh vegetables.

Cruisin' for St. Jude Car & Truck Meet

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!

April 3rd at Coaches Sports Bar & Grill – 5304 FM 1960 Road E in Atascocita.

Looking forward to an awesome event, seeing each and every one of you and raising money for the children of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital!

Come out and see some beautiful vehicles, hear the wonderful artists sharing their talents, buy a T-shirt & some raffle tickets, do some bidding, eat some crawfish and have a generally all around great time!

Event times below. $10.00 will get you on the Patio right up there where the action is!

  • 10:00am - Vehicle Registration begins.
  • Noon - Rick Lee
  • 2:00pm - Josh Ward
  • 4:00pm - Jason Cassidy
  • 50/50 Raffle, Live & Silent Auctons

Thanks for your participation and support!

Montgomery County Emergency Management

Montgomery County Officials and the Office of Emergency Management continue to monitor current and forecast weather conditions.

The amount of rainfall recorded for Montgomery County since the onset of the serve weather, is now between 4.57” – 7.09”. The heaviest area of rainfall recorded being in the Danville area near Willis at 7.09” and the lowest level recorded in Flamingo Lake area near Montgomery at 4.57”. Other rainfall recordings Caney Creek 4.61”, The Woodlands 5.67”, Lake Conroe 6.07”.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for Montgomery County until 07:08 PM

Currently the heaviest rain bands are moving out of the area. We will continue to have scattered showers throughout the day. The rain forecast shows us receiving another .5” overall, with some areas seeing larger amounts.

The National Weather Service River Forecast Center forecasts Peach Creek near Splendora to rise above flood stage by this morning and continue to rise to near 16.9 feet by midnight tomorrow. The Flood Warning continues for Peach Creek near Splendora until Saturday morning or until the warning is cancelled.

Caney Creek near Splendora is forecast to crest at minor flooding level 18.8 feet, at 9pm on Thursday, March 10.

Road conditions continue to change due to rain and runoff. Listed are a few roads that are impassable as of this morning. Rabon Chapel/FM2854, Rogers Rd south of Mt. Zion Rd, Calvary Rd just west of Snoe Rd, N Mount Mariah & N FM 1486, Johnson Rd & N FM 1486, Walnut Creek Bridge @ Silver Spur St.

Persons are urged to stay away from the river until water levels recede. Motorists should avoid any water covered roads and find an alternate route. Livestock and equipment should remain out of the flood plain for the next few days. Please be cautious when driving at night. Your car can be swept off the road in as little as 1 foot of water. Do not go around barricades or road closures. Turn Around Don’t Drown.

Updates on conditions in Montgomery County can be found on the Emergency Management website www.mctxoem.org.

 

Flood Warning issued for the West Fork of the San Jacinto River in Kingwood

DATE: March 10, 2016 7:40:34 AM CST

Flood WarningThe National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for the West Fork of the San Jacinto River beginning Thursday, March 10th. Due to ongoing rainfall, and already saturated ground , the river is expected to rise above flood stage this afternoon and remain high into the weekend.

The following subdivisions should anticipate high waters: Northshore, Rivercrest, Forest Cove, and Belleau Woods.

While levels aren't expected to impact homes or businesses directly, rising water may result in street flooding and disrupt access to and from neighborhood homes and businesses. Residents in the affected neighborhoods should take precautions to avoid driving or walking through high water.

What to Do

Residents in the area should avoid the river. Do not attempt to drive through flooded roadways.

Residents should also monitor river conditions with the Harris County Flood Warning System and listen for official information on local media.

If you have flooding in your street, home or business, or have debris on City roadways, please report it by calling 311 or by visiting houston311.org.

Residents are urged to pay attention to local media and visit houstontx.gov/emergency for updated information.

For updates on this situation, visit the City of Houston Emergency Information Site at http://www.houstonemergency.org/.