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Thursday, July 18, 2013
 July 29 (English) and July 30 (Spanish) are dates for evening workshops to help parents prepare their young children today for a bright tomorrow. (Click here to see flyers.)   Free to participants, these workshops feature demonstration by skilled and experienced presenters of age-appropriate learning activities involving numbers, letters, colors, sequencing and patterns, when and how to introduce reading, when and how to introduce writing, and much more.   Take-home kits will include tools,...
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
    BRAC Annual Shoe Drive   July 11, 2013 Baytown Community Center 2407 Market Street 8:00 am until funds are DEPLETED   NEW School Shoes for Children Ages K-12th      Qualifications: ·       Low-Income CURRENT Program(s): ·       Award Letter for Food Stamps (SNAP) ·       Medicaid, CHIPS, Gold Card, Section 8 Baytown Housing ·       Baytown Resident- Proof of Residence (Light, Water, or Gas Bill), ·       A Valid State ID ·        Original State Regulated Birth Certificate for...
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Wills clinic for low-income persons   Baytown area residents who do not have a will may qualify to have one prepared free of charge through a partnership between ExxonMobil in Baytown, Reid Strickland & Gillette LLP, Locke Lord LLP, Houston Volunteer Lawyers and the City of Baytown.   Interested persons must call Houston Volunteer Lawyers, a United Way of Baytown Area partner agency, at 713-228-0735 weekdays through July 12 to determine if they qualify.  Evaluation will be on the basis of...
Monday, June 24, 2013
 By-laws amendments that include proposal of a new name, “United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County,” are among agenda items for the United Way of Baytown Area annual meeting. Another proposed amendment would increase the size of the United Way board by three members, from 15 to 18. These amendments, recommended by the United Way of Baytown Area board, are in connection with expansion of the area served by United Way to include all of Chambers County. The annual meeting is a...
Friday, June 14, 2013
Join The Bridge Over Troubled Water, INC as the have their grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for their Baytown Office.   
Monday, June 10, 2013
Communities in Schools of Baytown will be hosting summer camps this year. The camps are fun for several ages and different sessions. These camps are compose of different activities from music and movement ot cooking to movies and so much more. Please visit: www.unitedwaybaytownarea.org/communities-schools-summer-camps to view th flyer about the great summer programs or contact Commnities in Schools directly.  
Monday, June 10, 2013
 San Jacinto Methodist Hospital will host a free Health Fair for Men entitled Keeping You Tuned Up. The fair will be held 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday, June 14 at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital Reilly Pavilion (lobby.)  For aditional information contact the hospital or see a copy of The Baytown Sun under coming soon. 
Thursday, June 6, 2013
    In Baytown and Highlands, all children between ages 1 and 18 may eat breakfast and lunch free of charge through the federally-funded Summer Food Service Program of Goose Creek Schools.   Children do NOT have to be enrolled in summer school to participate. Meals will be served without discrimination because of race, color, handicap, sex, age or natural origin. No application is required; there is no paperwork to complete.   At 18 Goose Creek school campuses, and at J.D. Walker Center, 7613...

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