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Things to do this Fourth of July in Conroe, Montgomery and The Woodlands!

7/3/2018 (Permalink)

Don't have any plans this Fourth of July?

Although the weather does not look promising, we are sure you and your family will enjoy yourselves at one of the following events, free of charge:

Montgomery offers Independence Day Fun

July 4

The annual Freedom Fest celebration features the annual  Anything But a Trailer parade, arts and crafts, a baking contest, a barbecue cookoff and a kids zone. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Free. Montgomery Historic District, 14420 Liberty St., Montgomery. www.experiencemontgomery.com

4th of July Red, Hot & Blue Festival Woodlands Fireworks Extravaganza 2018

Are you ready for the Red, Hot & Blue Festival, one of most anticipated events in The Woodlands? Enjoy live music, food vendors and fun for all ages this Fourth of July at a variety of community parks from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. Free admission. Free Live Music

Town Green Park, 2099 Lake Robbins Drive, near the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

  • Activities include strolling entertainers, face painters, balloon artists, inflatables, food vendors, and a kid's zone with crafts and games

Hughes Landing, located at the intersection of Grogan's Mill Road and Lake Woodlands Drive

Waterway Square Park, 31 Waterway Square, between Woodloch Forest and Six Pines Drive

  • Activities include face painting, balloon artist and concessions

Rob Fleming Park, 6055 Creekside Forest Drive

  • Activities include face painting and food trucks

Concert in the Park at Northshore Park, 2505 Lake Woodlands Drive

  • Activities include face painting and food trucks
  • Live Music with Klockwork

Fourth of July Parade, 9 a.m.

Put on your red, white and blue and get a prime viewing spot for the exciting South County Fourth of July Parade. The 1.3-mile parade around The Woodlands features marching bands, fire engines, clowns, floats and more! 

SERVPRO of Lake Conroe, Magnolia and Cleveland want to wish you and yours a happy and safe Fourth of July! 

March is Red Cross Month

2/27/2017 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Lake Conroe, Magnolia & Cleveland is proud to have a Corporate Sponsorship with the American Red Cross

Founded in 1881, the American Red Cross is a charitable organization that relies on donations and volunteers to carry out their mission.  Whether it is a disaster relief, blood donations, military family support, or training and certification in CPR, life guarding, first aid and more the Red Cross is committed to helping those who need it most.  The American Red Cross is part of the Global Red Cross Network, the world’s largest volunteer network founded in 187 countries, according to redcross.org.

 Every year, March is declared Red Cross Month by the President of the United States.  The American Red Cross celebrates by honoring the “every day heroes” who support and carry out the mission of the Red Cross by donating, giving blood, taking a class or volunteering. 

 SERVPRO ® began a partnership with the American Red Cross in 2013, and became an official Disaster Responder partner in 2016.  The Disaster Responder program provides families and individuals immediate support, comfort and assistance when a disaster, such as a house fire, happens to them.  Disaster Responders also help communities prepare for disasters ahead of time by participating in preparedness activities such as the Smoke Alarm Installation Campaign.

 To learn more about the American Red Cross, or about how you can get involved, visit redcross.org.

By The Numbers

  • Around 3.1 Million people donate blood through the American Red Cross.
  • The American Red Cross collects and processes about 40% of the nation’s blood supply to approximately 2,600 hospitals and transfusion centers nationwide.
  • Volunteers constitute about 90% of the American Red Cross workforce, making it possible to respond to nearly 70,000 disasters every year, most of them home and apartment fires. 

                                                                       Source: The American Red Cross