General Manager Chuck Kramer and Executive Secretary Kristi Williams of Randall Reed's Planet Ford 59 celebrate their latest awards from Ford Motor Company. Ford's Triple Crown Award consists of the President's Award for customer satisfaction, the Ford Top 100 Award for sales and the Premier Club Award for customer service. Only three Houston-area dealerships won the Triple Crown Award for 2013. (pictured) SULLIVAN SUGGESTS PAYMENT PLANS Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Mike Sullivan urges taxpayers who did not pay their 2013 property taxes by January 31, 2014, to set-up a payment plan as soon as possible. "Last week, my office sent out more than 100,000 notices to tax accounts who did not pay their 2013 property tax bill," said Sullivan. "I strongly urge those account holders to contact my office to see if they qualify for a payment plan. If delinquent account holders do not setup a payment agreement by June 30, 2014, by law, we must turn their accounts to collection attorneys." Accounts turned over to collection attorneys will be subject to an additional 15-20 percent fee, and may end up in foreclosure, resulting in the delinquent property being sold at public auction. Taxpayers can contact Sullivan's office by phone at 713-368-2000 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if they have questions. S'MORE SINGING Dairy Queen is inviting all fans to add "S'more" lyrics to its new commercial song for a chance to win $10,000! Through Monday, June 30, fans can log on to dqsmoresvideocontest.com. and submit a 45-60 second video of the next verse for the S'mores song featured in the new DQ commercial. The music video contest celebrates the return of S'mores, DQ's blockbuster Blizzard treat flavor. KINGWOOD MAN RECEIVES CPA AWARD GrowthForce CEO Stephen King was recently recognized by the Houston CPA Society for his efforts to advance financial literacy in his area schools. King received the 2013-2014 Stan and Margaret Voelkel Contribution to Education Award at the annual awards presentation of the Houston CPA Society, a chapter of the Texas CPA Society (TSCPA). As chairman of the Northeast Satellite Committee of the Houston Chapter, King spearheaded a campaign to improve accounting education in the Humble Independent School District. The Kingwood resident and Humble ISD parent helped advocate for a pilot curriculum qualifying the accounting classes at Kingwood High School for honors credit. KINGWOOD NATIVE RECEIVES LEADERSHIP AWARD Hoar Construction is celebrating the graduation of former Kingwood resident Trey Darnell from the Young Leaders Council Williamson County,Tenn. Young Leaders Council is a nonprofit organization that trains individuals to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofits. Darnell is among 18 individuals who graduated from the program this spring. He will serve a one-year internship with Franklin Tomorrow Inc., a Williamson County nonprofit board. Darnell is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) Specialist in Hoar Constructions Tenn. office. His work focuses on virtually coordinating building systems to provide the highest quality projects for clients while integrating new technology into all phases of construction. Originally from Kingwood, Darnell now resides in Franklin, Tenn. He is a graduate of Auburn University (2010) with a bachelors degree in Building Science. DISCO DIVA NIGHT Ladies, get groovy and funky with the Crosby-Huffman Chamber of Commerce at their 7th Annual Ladies Diva Night Friday, July 11, from 6-9:30 p.m. at the KC Hall. Tickets are $50 and include a "Diva" bag, three pamper passes and hors d'oeuvres. The theme this year is Disco Divas. Attendees should join the fun by wearing their funkiest and grooviest disco clothes from the '70s. The chamber is looking for sponsors and celebrants. Call 281-324-6984 or email chamber@ crosbyhuffmancc.org with questions. YOU ARE MOST WELCOME The Crosby-Huffman Chamber of Commerce Beautification Committee is trying to beautify the community and they need help. They are seeking donations to purchase "Welcome" banners that will line FM 2100 on both sides of Main Street in Crosby. They believe this will bring added value and show pride and care in the community, hopefully bringing more businesses and residents. The total cost for this project is $5,649.50 and they are asking for donations to assist in off-setting this cost. The Beautification Committee greatly appreciates any assistance that organizations can donate to the cause. The Crosby-Huffman Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization. Call 281-324-6984 or email chamber@ crosbyhuffmancc.org with questions.

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