After the holiday hustle and bustle, January is a going to be a decidedly calmer month in terms of events. But there still are a couple of community events planned to get you out and about in January.
Kingwood Chamber Kleenwood Day 2011
The Kingwood Chamber of Commerce will hold its 8th Annual Travis McCormick KLEENWOOD DAY on Sat., Jan. 29 from 9 a.m. to noon. The event rallies community members to “pick up where others have messed up” throughout Kingwood. Participants just need to meet at their neighborhood community pool at 9 a.m. to pick up trash bags and supplies.
The Kingwood Chamber will hold a Kleenwood Day Kick-Off Luncheon on Thurs., Jan. 13 starting at noon at the Kingwood Country Club. Luncheon tickets are $ 20 a person.
Even if you cannot participate, you can get involved by sponsoring a young person to do the clean up.
For $25 per youth, the Chamber will provide them with trash bags and a meal for their efforts.
To RSVP for the luncheon or to sponsor a youth, call the Chamber at 281-360-4321 or e-mail email@example.com.
Kingwood Fillies Annual “Bike Through The Forest and Hills”
The Kingwood High School Fillies drill team will host their annual fund raiser “Bike Through The Forest and Hills” also on Sat., Jan. 29 starting at 8 a.m. The bike ride begins in the small, charming town of Coldspring, TX, located just north of Kingwood off of Highway 59. There are four ride routes to accommodate all levels of riders. The 48 mile route has been described as one of the “Best MS Recommended Bike Rides” for training for the BP MS150.
For registration information, visit: www.kingwoodfillies.org Also, look for the link to vote for the Fillies as the “Tops in Texas” best drill team.