Kelly Taylor was joined by Linda Ezernack, and Debbie Bevers of Connecting Conroe Business Women. Members own their own small business and host an annual Sip and Shop event with proceeds from vendor booths going to Angel Reach of Conroe, a non profit that assists at risk youth with transitions into adulthood. Meetings are the last Thursday of every month.
Jodie Lynch is the owner of Mama J’s Unique Treasures in Downtown Conroe at 800 Pacific Street. Her new shop has crafty, DIY, refurbished custom, repurposed, resale, and Yard Art both new and old. The shop now will have an area for creating new pieces and space for vendors to lease.
The Cut N Shoot Texas Chapter of HOGS is the Conroe-area local chapter associated with the national Harley Owners Group. They ride, have fun, and contribute to Montgomery County charities as a 501c3 nonprofit organization created by David Moore, owner of Texan HD in Conroe. They have raised over $1 million dollars in the last 10 years through events such as the Toy Run and Charity Auctions. On Sunday, Dec. 10 the Annual Toy Run will begin at Texan Harley Davidson with the event taking place at the North Montgomery County Community Center. Chapter members have adopted 65 children provided by Child Protective Services. Families and kids have lunch, visit with Santa, and leave with toys.
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