Texas HOPE Consortium meets quarterly. July 26, 2017 we meet at Lone Star Family Health Center! All Resource Providers are invited to join the conversation.
MCLatinas and Council Members Support the Arts at the Houston Grand Opera’s Mariachi Opera May 2015
MCLatinas at Conroe’s KidsFest April 2015!
DEERWOOD’S 11th Annual Festival May 31, 2015! Come support this special community!
Our Deerwood Advisors say Thank you to Sherry Sunderman for her many years in supporting the launch of the Deerwood Familia Project and advising this special community. We will miss her as she retires from her position as CISD Counselor Coordinator- God Bless you.
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM 2014
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TXFC and the Deerwood Community Center welcome candidates for the FIRST Montgomery County Candidate Forum held in the Deerwood Community! We thank Dr. Walter Wilkerson and Karen Darcy Pawlick for helping organize this pivotal event in engaging our Latino residents and young voters.
Jan. 2014- The Deerwood Familia Project partnered with Conroe Hispanic Task Force for Citizenship Classes! Gracias!
Lone Star College Montgomery And TXFC Holiday reach out:
LAKE WILDWOOD FAMILIA CIRCLE BEGINS!
2013 Texas Legacy Festival with Texas Center for Regional Studies- Pictured: Mexican Consulates and Los Guerreros de la Musica
TLLR introduced MCLatina on March 3o, 2012
Inspiring our young women to meet their potential
featuring Dr. Luis Torres, UH School of Social Work
The journey of young American Latinas- living between two culures
MCLatina is the first county-wide initiative to reach out to Latinas, and provide guidance for success.
contact TLLR for more information.
& TOY DISTRIBUTION
FROM STATE FARM 12/20/11
Pictured are student recipients with Mack Barnhill
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS SINCE 2010
Christmas in Deerwood– Advisor Lolita Lopez Cardenas organized a pantry supply raffle for the residents of the Deerwood community. Advisor Nancy Bocanegra and Christus Healthcare brought free flu shots to over 100 residents! Old Saint Nick brought joy to many children, and TXFC is thankful to all the residents and volunteers. A big day of community!
“A Portrait of Opportunity in Changing Communities”
Oct. 13, 2011
Our Inaugural Leadership Symposium was the county’s first comprehensive presentation of the Latino community growth. Featured presenters were:
Dr. Steven Murdock, Rice University, Dr. Carolina Castillo Crimm, Texas Historian/Author, Dr. Laura G. Murillo, President/CEO Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Leonard B. Rodriguez, Former G.W. Bush White House Advisor and principal Corporate Political Strategies, LLC. TLLR is profoundly grateful to these respected experts.
Leaders representing various sectors of the community gathered from all corners of Montgomery County to explore the changing demographics of the county. TLLR welcomed both major political parties in attendance.