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| July 1, 2014

The blue confetti from the balloon pop told the very happy couple that they are expecting a son.

The blue confetti from the balloon pop told the very happy couple that they are expecting a son.

AMY & AUSTIN RICHARDS SHARE THEIR FAMILY EXPANSION

Lifestyles & Homes advertising sales executive Amy Barker Richards and her husband, Austin Richards, are proud to announce that they are expecting an addition to their household in early October. Austin, Amy and big brother Matten (their big yellow labrador) hosted a “gender reveal” party at their home with family and close friends to find out the big news. At the end of the party, the couple popped a large black balloon that scattered blue confetti — revealing that their little bundle will be a BOY! The couple and Matten cannot wait to meet their new family member.

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(L-R) Jackson Stephens, Turner Stephens, Susan Browning, Langley Ella Guidry, McCann Stephens, and Grayson Guidry.

(L-R) Jackson Stephens, Turner Stephens, Susan Browning, Langley Ella Guidry, McCann Stephens, and Grayson Guidry.

BOB LUTTS BRANCH LIBRARY RECEIVES DONATION FROM MCCANN FOUNDATION.

The grandchildren of the late Michael McCann recently presented a check for $5,000, on behalf of the Michael T. McCann Foundation, to Susan Browning, Branch Manager of Fort Bend County Libraries’ Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library.

The donation is part of the McCann Foun­dation’s philanthropic efforts to support the Fulshear community. It will be used by the library to help fund family programs, cultural events, and materials not included in the regular budget.

Grayson and Laingley Guidry, Jackson and Turner Stephens, and McCann Stephens are the grandchildren of Carole McCann and the late Michael McCann, longtime supporters of the Fulshear community.

“We are fortunate to be a beneficiary of the Michael T. McCann Foundation’s philanthropic efforts,” says Browning. “The donation is very much appreciated. It will help us provide some needed items for the library and family programs for the community.”

All proceeds from the annual “Bike for Mike” charity bike ride directly benefit special projects for the people of the Fulshear community and for beautification of the city. In addition to the Library, other projects that have benefited from the generosity of the Foundation include upgrading historic cemeteries in the area with wrought-iron fencing and new trees, bicycles for children at Fulshear events, landscaping and stone work for the “Welcome to Fulshear” signs, and ongoing support of Arts Fulshear, the Fulshear Simonton Volunteer Fire Department, Faith FULL-Kids at Huggins Elementary, the Beauti-Fulshear Clean-Up Event, the Brookwood Community, local Boy and Girl Scout troops, and the new Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center in Sugar Land.


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