Humble ISD Superintendent, State Representative Dan Huberty and President of LSC-Kingwood slated to speak at BizCom Oct. 2
Get a State of the District update from Humble ISD Superintendent Guy Sconzo, hear important transportation updates from State Representative Dan Huberty and learn about the November 4th Bond election from Lone Star College - Kingwood President Katherine Persson at Humble BizCom from 11 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Oct. 2, at Humble High School. Presenting sponsor for Humble BizCom is Memorial Hermann Northeast.
BizCom is a project of Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce. BizCom meetings bring together a blend of local businesses, community members and school officials. The meetings are open to all community organizations, citizens and interest parties. A complimentary light lunch is included provided an RSVP is made. The meeting on Oct. 2 will feature speakers who address issues specific to the Humble community and will also allow time for questions.
· Dr. Guy Sconzo, Humble ISD Superintendent, State of the District and an update on the start of the new year
· Dr. Charles Ned, Humble High School Principal, District updates and campus events
· Dr. Katherine Persson, Lone Star College - Kingwood President, November 4th Bond Election
· Kristi Williams, Planet Ford Expansion and Opening of "Cruisers" Restaurant
· Vivien Bond, New Memorial Hermann Northeast Orthopedics Team
· State Representative Dan Huberty, Proposition 1 (Transportation), on the ballot in November and a preview for the 2015 Legislative Session
Separate meetings are held in each of the Chamber’s respective coverage areas; Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood and Summer Creek. For information about BizCom meetings in your community visit LakeHouston.org or call 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.