Here at Living Magazine our goal is to inspire and motivate our readers to actively live-out their aspirations! Please enjoy our latest issue where we feature The Sugar Land Home & Outdoor Living Show!
As a caregiver for her grandmother, our Founder Karyn Dean, saw a need for easy access to a trusted and reliable resource that could provide guidance—a place where caregivers, seniors and eldercare professionals could turn to help navigate the many challenges associated with aging. She also saw the opportunity to assist local businesses expand their reach by connecting their products and services with those who are actively seeking.
From there, the Senior Resource Guide was born and a single area edition in Fort Bend county began bridging the gap for the senior industry.
Now in several major Texas markets, Senior Resource Guide’s audience reach is over a million annually with new market expansion plans on the horizon.
FORT BEND HISTORY ASSOCIATION
The Fort Bend History Association is the official non-profit partner of the 9th Annual Sugar Land Home & Garden Show. The Fort Bend History Association owns and operates the Fort Bend Museum and Decker Heritage Park in historic downtown Richmond; it also manages the programs at the George Ranch Historical Park and DeWalt Heritage Center. For more information about the Association, call 281-342-1256 or visit fbhistory.org.
IMPACTING YOUR COMMUNITY
Community Impact Newspaper is vested in the communities we serve and has dedicated reporters in each community who attend city council and school board meetings. We are among the first to report on local business, transportation, education and health care. Our staff serve on chamber boards, volunteer with nonprofits and are involved in our communities to make them a better place to live and work.
Owners John and Jennifer Garrett launched the first edition of Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 with three full-time employees covering Round Rock and Pflugerville. Now, Community Impact Newspaper distributes hyperlocal news and information to millions of local residents and business owners each day online and monthly by mail.
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