This week’s “The Health Hour” with Mike Sasser is dedicated to assisting flood victims in Montgomery County and the Houston area. Mike’s guests included MaryJane Mudd from the Red Cross, Ashleigh McHenry from the Montgomery County Food Bank, and Mary Vazques from United Way to share with the community what assistance is available, as well as what is needed regarding donations.
If you were impacted from the recent flood you don’t want to miss this show! Listen to the live show every Wednesday at 1pm and be a part of the conversation by contacting Mike at http://www.MikeSasser.com!
Ana Saravia with Igi Playground joins us to discuss how to take a unique and different business idea and make it a successful business. Hal Barr, author of the just released “The First Billion’s The Toughest” shares ‘The Art, Science and Methods of a Sales Professional’. Rick offers his perspective on, “What is the right say to Approach Employee Compensation” in his Silver Fox Tip of the Week.
This week’s “The Health Hour” with Mike Sasser shares when and where some of the local farmers markets are happening. Then we take a look at the local weekly grocery ads for some healthy choices that are on sale. Next, Mike will go bananas for bananas… you don’t want to miss this! And finally, see if your favorite Montgomery County restaurant is on this week’s Restaurant Reports.
Be a part of the conversation by contacting Mike at http://www.MikeSasser.com!
This month, Courtney and Samantha spoke with Elaine Smith of Berryhill Baja Grill about the Chamber’s upcoming event Tastefest as well as Lloyd Sandefer and Guy Barker about Fire Up the Bands in May. Courtney and Samantha also talked about upcoming events at the Chamber.
John Stacy with Advi-Coach joins us to discuss the need for a Business Coach and how they can help you grow your business. Rick offers his perspective on how to handle “Business Difficulties” and his Silver Fox Tip of the Week looks at “Why We Work So Hard.”
Spring time is a busy time in the 4-H program! This week was the youth Montgomery County Fair contests. It was also Kids Days at the Fair and close to 2,000 local students toured the fairgrounds and did educational activities organized by the 4-H program like planting a seed, vegetable sorting, and decorating a paper insect. 4-H Roundup is also coming up this month and members are able to participate in almost 30 different contests! Conroe Kidz Fest is also happening on April 30 – it’s a free family event in downtown Conroe. Bring the kids for a fun-filled day!