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The East End District serves commercial property owners in East End Houston with graffiti abatement, public safety and security, litter clean up, street beautification, and workforce development.

Operating as usual

We’re forever grateful to the brave men and women, especially those on our staff and in our families, who have served ou...
11/11/2022

We’re forever grateful to the brave men and women, especially those on our staff and in our families, who have served our country with honor to provide us with the freedoms we enjoy today. Thank you today, and every day.

Join us this Saturday, November 5th for The Plant/Second Ward Block Party! A virtual map showcasing all the amazing smal...
11/03/2022

Join us this Saturday, November 5th for The Plant/Second Ward Block Party!

A virtual map showcasing all the amazing small businesses participating, including special programs, tons of good music and art can be found here: https://bit.ly/3T5fZeJ

A great morning to join Triten Real Estate Partners for the groundbreaking of The Mill, a beautifully designed mixed-use...
09/15/2022

A great morning to join Triten Real Estate Partners for the groundbreaking of The Mill, a beautifully designed mixed-use project coming soon to East End Houston.

Learn more: https://www.themillhouston.com

East End neighbors - join us tomorrow at 5:30pm at Yolanda Black Navarro Middle School for your chance to speak directly...
08/24/2022

East End neighbors - join us tomorrow at 5:30pm at Yolanda Black Navarro Middle School for your chance to speak directly to the Federal Railroad Administration about your East End rail concerns.

Thank you to Rep. Sylvia Garcia and her staff for assisting in coordinating!

07/21/2022

The Graffiti Abatement Specialist serves as the District’s graffiti abatement service provider and is also the secondary point of contact in graffiti abatement services responsibilities and serves as information gatherer for the District.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

A. Prepares information and equipment needed to provide graffiti abatement services prior to service day
B. Prepares all equipment and supplies needed to provide graffiti abatement service on service day.
C. Prepares to provide all necessary information to create reports and invoices on post service day.
D. Responsible as secondary point of contact for graffiti abatement services

Specific Duties

A. Prepares information and equipment needed to provide graffiti abatement services prior to service day
1) Responsible for recording identification of graffiti prior to or during service day
2) Responsible for collecting waiver from property owners or if new graffiti is identified prior to or during service day
3) Maintain a notebook with graffiti abatement waivers ready for service day
4) Oversee maintenance of all equipment prior to service day
5) Responsible for requesting new and additional supplies as needed
6) Communicate any problems or concerns to district staff

B. Prepares equipment and supplies needed to provide graffiti abatement service on service day.
1) Prepare equipment for scheduled graffiti abatement site
2) Purchase gasoline or fill water tank to prepare for all day work
3) Travel to first scheduled graffiti site
4) Photograph before and after pictures for proper documentation and billing
5) Provide graffiti abatement service with the proper technique and attention to detail
6) Pickup all equipment used for site and clean site prior to departure
7) Travel from graffiti site to next location
8. Environmentally safe disposal of unused supplies, as instructed by supervisor
9) Cleanup and proper maintenance of all equipment
10) Remove all trash from graffiti truck daily
11) Use safety equipment and gear at all times and report safety equipment needs and repairs to supervisor
12) Attendance at District safety meetings is mandatory

C. Provides all necessary information to create reports and invoices on post service day.
1) Provide a list of graffiti sites abated with addresses and before and after pictures for billing and documentation
2) Work with staff to create invoices and reports
3) Work with staff to update graffiti abatement databases

D. Responsible as secondary point of contact for graffiti abatement services
1) Responsible for providing information on work completed
2) Responsible for communicating with property owners regarding collection of a waiver or who provides service

Qualifications

• Experience in commercial type painting, operating light machinery, carpentry or other skilled work
• Valid State of Texas Drivers License, with no more than two moving violations in the past two years
• Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred, with good communication skills
• Ability to work well with others
• Ability to pay attention to detail
• Background checks to include criminal offenses, driving record, drug and alcohol testing

A great opportunity in honor of Earth Day from our partners at Trees For Houston, supported by LyondellBasell and the As...
04/18/2022

A great opportunity in honor of Earth Day from our partners at Trees For Houston, supported by LyondellBasell and the Astros Foundation.

No registration necessary!

The East End District was thrilled to partner with the Eastwood Civic Association, Houston Parks and Recreation, and Fri...
04/11/2022

The East End District was thrilled to partner with the Eastwood Civic Association, Houston Parks and Recreation, and Friends of Eastwood Park this past Saturday for Part II of a park cleanup and beautification project.

We were joined by CoHousing Houston Eastwood Academy High School's Volunteer Connect, Milby High School's La Raza Student Alliance, and friends from the Second Ward Super Neighborhood #63. As the saying goes, "teamwork makes the dream work!"

Thanks to the over 30 participants who joined us!

03/17/2022

Come out on Sunday, March 20th to enjoy all things spring! This month’s Cigna Sunday in the Park community celebration is at Hidalgo Park from 12 – 4 PM! Bring the whole family for a fun afternoon of live music, games, dancing, and child-friendly activities. // ¡Vengan a celebrar un domingo con vecinos al parque! Domingo 20 de marzo de 12pm a 4pm en el parque Hidalgo. Diversión y entretenimiento gratis para toda la familia.

We had a great time yesterday catching up with friends and sharing our 2022 East End vision along with Mayor Sylvester T...
01/28/2022

We had a great time yesterday catching up with friends and sharing our 2022 East End vision along with Mayor Sylvester Turner at the Houston East End Chamber's Vision Luncheon 2022!

01/26/2022

THIS THURSDAY - the City of Houston’s Transportation, Technology, & Infrastructure, Quality of Life, and Regulatory & Neighborhood Affairs committees will be hosting a joint meeting on freight rail operations in the Houston region. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Jan 27th at 10 a.m. Members of the public who wish to sign up to speak may do so by filling out the online form at: https://www.houstontx.gov/council/committees/speakers-tti.html by no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan 26th.

A quick moment of gratitude to the team at HPD South Central for dropping by the office today to present us with a certi...
01/20/2022

A quick moment of gratitude to the team at HPD South Central for dropping by the office today to present us with a certificate of appreciation for our ongoing support and partner of their community engagement programs. Public safety in the District is one of our highest priorities and it was so special to accept this token alongside our new Public Safety Coordinator, Robert Ruiz, a veteran Sergeant of HPD South Central Division himself.

📢 Heads up, East End 📢
01/06/2022

📢 Heads up, East End 📢

We've been notified of upcoming work by Union Pacific Railroad (UP) that may cause traffic delays on the east side. UP will begin work on their signal system starting Sunday, January 9th through Friday, January 14th. According to UP, the project is part of an effort by the railroad to improve velocity and fluidity throughout the Houston complex. During this period, residents may experience blocked crossing issues. We’ve requested that UP work expeditiously and make every effort possible to minimize impacts. As always, if you experience prolonged delays, please report it to UP by calling 888-877-7267. We highly encourage residents to also report issues to the Federal Railroad Administration online at bit.ly/TrainBlocking

12/30/2021

Goodbye to our beloved Martin Chavez. We wish you the best in retirement!

Happy Holidays from our crew to yours!The District offices will be closed 12/24-12/27 and resume operations on Tuesday, ...
12/23/2021

Happy Holidays from our crew to yours!

The District offices will be closed 12/24-12/27 and resume operations on Tuesday, Dec. 28. Please have a safe and joyous holiday weekend!

An amazing day indeed! Our hearts are full ♥️
12/12/2021

An amazing day indeed! Our hearts are full ♥️

12/10/2021

Join us on Sunday for cycling fun along The Esplanade at Navigation as we unveil the latest Houston BCycle Art Station painted by Shelbi Nicole Designs, deliver bikes to some special East End students, and celebrate with car-free biking up and down Navigation Blvd (from N. St Charles to Delano). The East End Farmers Market and Guadalupana Festival will be in full swing, too!

Special thanks to Wells Fargo, EaDo Bike Co, Wellnezz On Wheels / WOW, The Storyhive, Silvia Trevino,Harris County Constable Precinct 6, Council Member Karla Cisneros, and Council Member Robert Gallegos, District I for their support.

12/03/2021
METRORapid University Corridor Project – Virtual Open House

Part of the Houston METRO METRONext Moving Forward Plan, the University Corridor project is a new METRORapid line which will operate in a dedicated, transit-only lane to move through traffic. The proposed route alignment passes through multiple residential, business and education centers between the Westchase Park & Ride near the intersection of the Westpark Tollway and the Sam Houston Tollway and ending at the Tidwell Transit Center, near the intersection of Tidwell Road and U.S. Highway 59.

You are invited to participate in a Virtual Open House to learn more about this project.

Following a brief welcome message from METRO President & CEO Tom Lambert, take your time to review the project overview presentation which provides detailed information about the project and color-coded segment maps to help you identify areas where you may live, work or visit.

At the end, learn why your feedback is important and share your thoughts through an online survey.
https://metrorapid-ucp.com/

Part of the METRONext Moving Forward Plan, the University Corridor project is a new METRORapid line which will operate in a dedicated, transit-only lane to move through traffic. The proposed route alignment passes through multiple residential, business and education centers between the Westchase Par...

Little Red Box is opening their first permanent location (in Second Ward) and they're hiring!The Little Red Box vision i...
11/22/2021
Join Us

Little Red Box is opening their first permanent location (in Second Ward) and they're hiring!

The Little Red Box vision is to not only bring good food to the community, but to build a good food system designed by the community.

Learn more and apply to join the team: https://littleredboxgrocery.com/pages/join-us

Interested in becoming a part of the Little Red Box team? Job Postings Store Clerk (part-time/full-time) - Houston, TX Job Description: The Store Clerk will be a key member of the LRB team, and will be charged with daily operations at our Houston location, including: (1) daily store operations; (2)....

On this Veteran’s Day, it was our esteemed privilege to help unveil this larger-than-life mural of the late Staff Sergea...
11/12/2021

On this Veteran’s Day, it was our esteemed privilege to help unveil this larger-than-life mural of the late Staff Sergeant Macario Garcia to the facade of Houston Fire Dept. - Station 20.

The District, along with project managers UP Art Studio, and support from the Houston Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, the Houston Fire Department, TIRZ 23, Council Member Robert Gallegos, District I, and East End Houston partnered to present the very first mural to the City of Houston’s permanent art collection. An extra special thanks to the artist, Mez Data for his vision and ex*****on.

On this day and everyday, we’re thankful for the brave service of the men and woman of our armed forces.

The End End District participating with Harris County Precinct 6 in this year’s Drive Thru Trunk or Treat. Bring your li...
10/28/2021

The End End District participating with Harris County Precinct 6 in this year’s Drive Thru Trunk or Treat. Bring your little ones out around 6:00 tonight.

Join us next Friday!
10/19/2021

Join us next Friday!

Meet & Greet with your local Police Department & Officials on Sunday, October 10th at 2 to 5pm at TBH Center, 333 S. Jen...
10/08/2021

Meet & Greet with your local Police Department & Officials on Sunday, October 10th at 2 to 5pm at TBH Center, 333 S. Jensen Drive. For more information, call (713) 802-9370.

We enjoyed joining community members, elected officials, and the team from Walmart Supercenter Wayside to officially unv...
10/08/2021

We enjoyed joining community members, elected officials, and the team from Walmart Supercenter Wayside to officially unveil artist David Maldonado’s newest piece, Together Somos Más. An excellent new addition to the East End Houston Cultural District and celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month!

Please allow us to pause from our regular updates to brag for a moment because we're feeling mighty proud this Monday mo...
10/04/2021

Please allow us to pause from our regular updates to brag for a moment because we're feeling mighty proud this Monday morning. Our fearless leader, Veronica Chapa Gorczynski, was honored on Friday as one of the Top 30 Influential Women of Houston. We're driven by her leadership and couldn't agree more with the honor 👏👏👏

09/22/2021
Union Pacific Community Meeting

Happening NOW: Community Meeting with Union Pacific

Hear from Union Pacific officials about train operations, ask questions, and share your concerns. Live now!

An enormous amount of gratitude to the volunteers from Midway Team, Jessica Hulsey, and Houston Parks - HPARD who partne...
09/17/2021

An enormous amount of gratitude to the volunteers from Midway Team, Jessica Hulsey, and Houston Parks - HPARD who partnered with us this morning for a clean up and replanting project in the Community Garden at Eastwood Park!

Muchas gracias for helping us kick-off our new expanded East End Farmers Market and a big welcome to the wonderful vendo...
09/05/2021

Muchas gracias for helping us kick-off our new expanded East End Farmers Market and a big welcome to the wonderful vendors in the new shipping container kiosks!

A very special thank you to Christina Morales - Representative TX District 145 for joining us today as well to present a proclamation to the corazon of our East End Houston community - the restaurants along Navigation Blvd. including Dona Maria Mexican Cafe, Merida Restaurant, The Original Villa Arcos, El Tiempo Cantina- Navigation, and The Original Ninfa's. We owe so much to each of you!

Congratulations to Andrew Kaldis and the team behind the beautiful adaptive reuse transformation of the Cameron Iron Wor...
07/23/2021
Repurposed Cameron Iron Works building debuts in East End

Congratulations to Andrew Kaldis and the team behind the beautiful adaptive reuse transformation of the Cameron Iron Works building on Milby 👏

Kaldis Development has transformed the historic Cameron Iron Works building into creative...

It's baaaackk! We're thrilled to report that our team reinstalled Artist Amber Eagle's Autoflora back at Jenkins Garden ...
06/24/2021

It's baaaackk! We're thrilled to report that our team reinstalled Artist Amber Eagle's Autoflora back at Jenkins Garden this morning after a months-long restoration. After almost 7 years in Houston heat and sun, it needed a little work and now it looks as good as new!

Houston East End Chamber Houston Arts Alliance East End Houston

"Why activate the site for the community before construction even begins? Anna Deans, Midway’s vice president of investm...
06/17/2021
Houston's New Natural Wonderland — Be Among the First to Discover East River | PaperCity Magazine

"Why activate the site for the community before construction even begins? Anna Deans, Midway’s vice president of investment and development (and East End District board member), says it’s all about the ties that bind neighbors.

“We want the project to be shaped by the community,” Deans notes. “It is important to get the community engaged as early as possible to allow the opportunity for the built environment to be adapted to specific users and needs — and reflective of the rich culture that already exists in this area.”"

This is East River now, 150 acres along the bayou that bridges the historic Second and Fifth Wards, a home to art, fields of trees, bees and wildflowers. But this is also Midway’s canvas for creating a groundbreaking mixed-use development.

We're grateful to Harris County Precinct 2, Precinct2gether, and artist "w3r3on3" for partnering with us to bring this b...
06/16/2021
Latina Icons Mural — Precinct2gether

We're grateful to Harris County Precinct 2, Precinct2gether, and artist "w3r3on3" for partnering with us to bring this breathtaking larger-than-life mural honoring five East End Houston Latina sheroes to Yolanda Black Navarro Middle School. Additional thanks to Rich Rodriguez for his coordination.

If you haven't seen it yet, swing by Navarro Middle School (5100 Polk St).

We are delighted to share this public art project, the stories of the Latina Icons, and the creators who made this mural possible.

Photos from Houston Maker Hub's post
06/03/2021

Photos from Houston Maker Hub's post

With the recent soggy weather and the official start of Hurricane Season quickly approaching, we're grateful to Houston ...
05/27/2021
Hurricane Season Preparedness Tips from Houston TranStar

With the recent soggy weather and the official start of Hurricane Season quickly approaching, we're grateful to Houston TranStar for sharing important preparedness tips with our community.

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A great opportunity for our talented East End Houston artist community!
05/19/2021

A great opportunity for our talented East End Houston artist community!

📢 Attention East End Artists!

Our friends at Houston BCycle are on the hunt for an artist to paint the next station coming to East End Houston (at the corner of Harrisburg and Sampson in front of New Hope Housing, Inc.). Check out the photo for an example of one of the two new stations in Midtown Houston. We can't wait to see what you come up with! 🎨

Learn more and submit your proposal here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScN2DXSpq3Z2w9obD5llueJv3I9JI7aU8i1tDKfBPvUYQaBNg/viewform

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3211 Harrisburg Boulevard
Houston, TX
77003

METRO local bus 50;METRO light rail in 2012

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Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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(713) 928-9916

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, this recap video from our 'Latinos and Big Money' event last week is an endless story - one whose true heroes and protagonists are our very own sponsors and supporters:

First we thank poet and writer Marlon Lizama and cellist Rich Rodriguez for their powerful opening act. (To follow Marlon or for more of his poetry, see his website here: http://www.marlonlizamapoetry.org/book-info.html)
Thank you David Maldonado of PanDulceHTX for helping to coordinate this performance.

Our Title Sponsors for the night were Chase and East End District. Thank you Janet Poe-Pizarro and Veronica Chapa Gorczynski for your friendship and for always supporting the NAHREP cause.

Thank you, NAHREP Houston Annual Sponsors, for your continued support: Wells Fargo, Cadence Bank, Prosperity Bank, and Bank of America.

Thank you to our board of directors and leadership committee for the endless hours you commit to our organization's growth and progress.

Thank you event sponsors:
Shell Federal Credit Union
Correa Properties
Quote Slash
Angela Benevich of Thrive Mortgage
Texas Net Capital
Millennial Title
Choice Home Warranty
The Monarch Team
KYST 920 AM

And last but certainly not least, thank you guest speakers. We hope you understand the gravity of your efforts and our deep appreciation for you. We were honored to have leading experts and seasoned entrepreneurs present information on accessing capital for businesses and nonprofits. We learned about angel investing, seed money, venture capital, and nonprofit fundraising that night.
In no particular order, our list of speakers:

Beatriz Acevedo of SUMA Wealth (Keynote Speaker)
Sergio Rodriguez of Todooly
Julio Calzada of Angeles Investors
Robert Morales of Diversity Fund Houston
Mariella Massa of Finhous
Chris Sears of JPAR The Sears Group
Andrea Romero of Sterling Non-Profits
Amanda Dietz of Chase Bank
Blanca Blanco of East End District



Video by ConnEcht Business
This morning Class XLI kicked off their Business, Housing & Community Development Learning Session. A special that you to all of our Learning Session supporters, including our sponsors, Walter P Moore & East End District!
La comunidad Latina en USA sobresale por tener un alto porcentaje de empresarios, sin embargo menos del 2% en capital de riesgo es invertido en empresas fundadas por Latinos.

Es por eso que la mesa directiva de NAHREP Houston ha organizado un evento para atraer mayores inversiones, recaudaciones, generar conciencia a este problema, aumentar el conocimiento sobre los fondos de capital-riesgo, y atraer inversionistas ángeles a èsta comunidad de empresarios en Houston.




Además en esta presentación también se enseñará como recaudar fondos para organizaciones sin fines de lucro y varios préstamos disponibles para pequeños negocios.

El evento es mayormente patrocinado por East End District y el banco Chase entre otros patrocinadores.

🗓📅Miércoles, 26 de Octubre
⏰5pm
📍TBH (Talento Bilingüe de Houston)
333 S Jensen Dr., Houston TX 77003.

🎫Regístrate! Adquiere tus boletos para el evento en:

https://nahrepgreaterhouston.org/events/

La entrada que incluye cena es $40 para miembro de NAHREP Houston y $55 para no miembros.

Oradores invitados incluyen: Beatriz Acevedo, Julio Calzada, Mariella Massa, Sergio Rodríguez, Amanda Dietz, Chris Sears, y Andrea Romero.
NAHREP Houston is proud to announce Julio Calzada as a guest speaker for our upcoming event on October 26th!

Purchase your tickets to "Latinos and Big Money: How to Raise and Access Capital" here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nahrep-houston-latina-os-and-big-money-tickets-408957762677?aff=Microsite

Julio Calzada is a member of the Angeles Investors, a group whose mission is to find, fund, and grow the most promising Hispanic and Latinx ventures. Despite Latinos making up 20% of the US population, only 2% of US venture capital funding goes to these entrepreneurs. The goal of Angeles Investors is to change that.
Mr. Calzada's primary role is with ZXP Technologies LLC, where he is responsible for executing the financial strategy of ZXP as CFO.
Prior to ZXP, Julio was Director of Corporate Development and Strategy at CST Industries. He previously served as Director of Corporate Development and Strategy at Liqui-Box in Richmond, VA., Investment Associate for The Sterling Group, a private equity firm in Houston, TX, and Investment Banking Analyst in Morgan Stanley’s Global Services group.
In addition to Angeles and ZXP, Mr. Calzada is a Board Member of the Harvard Business School Latino Alumni Association, and has a real estate rental company, Boyer Gate LLC.
He holds a B.B.A. in Accounting from Texas A&M University and a MBA from Harvard Business School.

A note about our event:

With the support of key community partners like Chase Bank and East End District, NAHREP Houston is putting together an event to keep the dialogue about raising and accessing capital going and growing:
How do we get better connected to the BIG money? What's the meaning of "the seed stage", venture capital, angel investing, or private equity investments? Whether it's BIG money for early or late stage startups, small business loans, or even non-profit fundraising, we'll cover it all.

Join us on the evening of October 26th at this historic Latino cultural arts theater, Talento Bilingue de Houston, to scale up your business and capital reach.

NAHREP Houston is proud to announce Sergio Rodriguez as a guest speaker for our upcoming event on October 26th!

Purchase your tickets to "Latinos and Big Money: How to Raise and Access Capital" here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nahrep-houston-latina-os-and-big-money-tickets-408957762677?aff=Microsite

Sergio holds a degree in Biomedical Physics and is the Co-founder and CEO of ToDooly, an online platform that connects homeowners with young people for routine outdoor and unskilled services. Sergio moved to the US when he was 12 years old and paid his way through college pulling weeds. He recently received the O-1 visa status by demonstrating extraordinary ability in the field of business and entrepreneurship. As CEO he has raised $2.7 million in funding from institutional investors including the world-renowned Techstars Accelerator Program and top-tier funds like Precursor Ventures (San Francisco, CA) and General Catalyst affiliated fund Rough Draft Ventures (New York, NY). Sergio has been recognized by Crain’s Detroit as a top 20 in their Twenties in business, and ToDooly has been rated as the top Mobile app of 2021 in the state of Michigan. Additionally, ToDooly was recognized by ChicagoNEXT and Mayor Lori Lightfoot in 2020 as one of the ecosystem's most promising startups.
Sergio is also the founder and former President of Timmy Global Health WSU, a chapter of an Indianapolis-based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower communities to address health disparities in a sustainable way, and the founder and former president of the Wayne State Grappling Club, where Wayne State Students can explore and learn grappling disciplines like wrestling, Judo, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

A note about our event:

With the support of key community partners like Chase Bank and East End District, NAHREP Houston is putting together an event to keep the dialogue about raising and accessing capital going and growing:
How do we get better connected to the BIG money? What's the meaning of "the seed stage", venture capital, angel investing, or private equity investments? Whether it's BIG money for early or late stage startups, small business loans, or even non-profit fundraising, we'll cover it all.
Join us on the evening of October 26th at this historic Latino cultural arts theater, Talento Bilingue de Houston, to scale up your business and capital reach.

Check out the AMAZING design by HTX ART in the HEART at our Eastwood Park station! It will get a clear coat to seal the paint and protect the design and then we can get it back up and running. Couldn't be happier with the way the East End Art Station program is turning out, thanks to funding from East End District and Wells Fargo USA!
Yesterday we facilitated a Meet & Greet with our local Gulfgate Center Mall businesses. Together, we discussed how calls for service are received, ways that we can improve safety for workers, and addressed concerns from our local businesses.

Thank you CenterWell Senior Primary Care for allowing us to use your beautiful facility to host the meeting and thank you to East End District for providing refreshments!

Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞
Another great meeting! Planning, learning, and having fun while trying to make the world a little better.

Thank you to our speaker Vicky Heileman Pink for sharing her story and raising awareness about disease, an inherited blood disorder marked by defective hemoglobin. Sickle cells tend to stick together, blocking small blood vessels causing very painful and damaging complications.

Rotary District 5890 Rotary District 5890 Governor East End District Texas Children's Hospital FOX 26 Houston KHOU 11 News

Also thank you for the beautiful pictures!
We congratulate Emilly, a 2022 East End Scholar! Emilly is graduating from East Early College High School and plans to study Neuroscience at The University of Texas at Austin.

All East End Scholars were recognized at our 2022 Education Symposium. Thank you to our Education Symposium Silver Sponsor, East End District for your support! To view all our sponsors and scholars, visit our website at https://bit.ly/3wPClYI

🔵🔵Learn more about the Foundation!
https://www.eecoc.org/education-workforce-foundation

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