About 1,400 people attended Harris County Precinct 4’s 14th annual Opry in Humble Aug.
14 at the Humble Civic Center, setting an attendance record.
Last year’s event attracted about 1,000 people, while the second highest attendance year on
record attracted nearly 1,100 people. Contributing to the event’s success was headliner Michael
Hix who performed high-energy renditions of pop and rock hits from the past along with improv
comedy and dancing routines. Audience members also enjoyed performances by the Hometown
Opry Band with Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, Ginny Hix, and Moses Rangel.
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From hurricane and heavy rain events to icy conditions, the Road & Bridge Department
remains hard at work, ensuring that roadways are clear and residents have access.
“Everyone here is on call 24 hours a day during an emergency event. While many are
sleeping, we’re monitoring the weather and roadway conditions,” says Precinct 4’s Road &
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Harris County Precinct 4’s Senior Adult Program invites those 50 years of age and better to
celebrate Grandparent’s Day with a luncheon and live, musical entertainment Friday, Sept. 4 at
11:30 a.m. at Greenwood Forest Residents Club, located at 12700 Champion Forest Drive.
Enjoy an afternoon of great music, fun, and fellowship as the Dignity Gospel Quartet
entertains with their distinct Southern sound. This popular group’s talent and genuine love for
music shines through each performance. continue reading »