Kingwood High School Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving Teams Headed to State Tournament

The Kingwood Swimming and Diving Teams celebrate after winning the Region IV-5A Championships at the Conroe ISD Natatorium on Feb. 5. Congratulations to the Kingwood Mustangs boys and girls swimming and diving teams for sweeping the 5A Region IV swimming finals at the Conroe ISD Natatorium. The Mustang boys took first with 288 points over Continue reading

Texas Blues Brothers Perform “Winter Blues Blast”

Although it was a little chilly outside, the Texas Blues Brothers made the most of their appearance at Keller Williams Concert last Friday night at Kings Harbor, calling it a “Winter Blues Blast.” Dressed in their traditional black suits and dark sunglasses, Mike Powell as Elwood and Steve Boado as Jake churned out Blues classics and hits from the Continue reading

The Agents of Keller Williams Renew Concert Sponsorship FEVER Band to Perform in December

The Agents of Keller Williams Realty Northeast have signed a two-year agreement with Midway Companies to continue the sponsorship of their highly-popular, monthly concert series at Kings Harbor. Since October 2008, the Agents at Keller Williams Northeast have been providing the free concerts on the third Friday of each month from 7-10 p.m. at the Continue reading

Keller Williams Concert Goers Shake, Rattle and Roll at Kings Harbor

There was a chill in the air at last Friday night’s Keller Williams Concert at Kings Harbor, but the audience kept warm dancing, twisting and saluting to the oldies music of Shake Rattle & Roll. The four ladies in the group from East Texas performed dressed in poodle skirts, saddle shoes and initial jackets reminiscent Continue reading

Latin Artist Yelba to Perform at Keller Williams Concert

Latin artist Yelba will perform at the free Keller Williams Concert Series at Kings Harbor in Kingwood on Friday, October 15 from 7-10 p.m. The Nicaraguan-born vocalist and guitar player will be accompanied by Yelba’s Variety Band, which was nominated “Best Latin Band Traditional” by the Houston Press Music Awards 2010. The band has a varied repertoire, including Top 40, Rock, R & B, and Jazz in addition to Latin music.

2nd Annual Fundraisers Planned in Memory of Kingwood Residents

The first event is the Rodney Odom Memorial 2nd Annual Golf Tournament & Silent Auction Dinner on Sat., Oct. 9 at Kingwood Country Club. Odom was the all-time leading scorer on the Kingwood High School Basketball Team, who went on to play in college and professionally. The founder of the Project Hoops organization in Kingwood, he died in 2008 at age 38. The Rodney Odom Memorial Foundation raises money for scholarships and a teen athlete cardiac screening program.

The second fundraiser is Addison Faith Bender’s 2nd Annual Walk by Faith on Sun., Nov. 7 at Deussen Park in Summerwood. The event includes a 5K race/walk and a 1K kids’ fun run designed for the entire family to participate.

Keller Williams Presents End of Summer Concerts

Keller Williams Realty Northeast is giving area residents a final taste of summer with two free upcoming concerts at Kings Harbor on Lake Houston in Kingwood.

The first is tomorrow night Aug. 20 from 7- 10 p.m. featuring Kelly McGuire and his band. McGuire is an award-winning singer and songwriter whose music has been inspired by the tropical sound of Jimmy Buffet. McGuire’s musical style ranges from country to calypso to folk and rock.

Kelly McGuire To Perform at Keller Williams Concert

With back-to-school time just around the corner, families will be able to enjoy a last taste of summer at the free Keller Williams Summer Send-Off Concert at Kings Harbor on Friday, Aug. 20 from 7-10 p.m. As a perfect complement to the summer night, Keller Williams Realty Northeast will present Kelly McGuire, who is known for his original songs about islands, boats, beaches and the Gulf Coast that have an obvious Jimmy Buffett influence.

Kingwood Event to Benefit Girl Injured in Plane Crash

Members of the Kingwood Community are organizing a Big Top Fund Raiser & BBQ to benefit 16-year-old Rachel Zientek who was badly burned in a plane crash in Alaska earlier this summer. Rachel is the daughter of Mike Zientek, a City of Houston police officer who serves Kingwood.