Fulshear Magazine – Issue 1, 2018

The staff at Fulshear Magazine are pleased to present the most recent issue for Spring of 2018. We sincerely hope that you will enjoy reading this issue as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you.

In the current issue, you’ll find interesting articles from our area’s most talented writers. From local personalities to articles about our local heritage, Fulshear Magazine will introduce you to some pretty interesting topics – especially if you live in Fulshear or are considering moving your family to the area.

We love our local businessess..

If you own a business in Fulshear, you owe it to yourself, your company, as well as your patrons within the community to consider the benefits of advertising in the next issue of Fulshear Magazine. Not only will you enjoy reaching the exact demographics and customers that support your business, you’ll also be celebrated as a business leader in the the fastest growing community in southeast Texas. For advertising information, call 281-973-0633 or visit our magazine advertising page.

Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library

Are you and your kids staying home for the holiday? Join us for an awesome program presented by Houston Grand Opera's "Opera to Go".

When the King holds a fiesta to find a bride for his son, havoc breaks loose when two stepsisters crash the party. This hilarious bilingual adaptation has something for everyone!

Cinderella in Spain
Houston Grand Opera to Go
Monday, November 19 at 2:00 p.m.
Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library Meeting Room

Seating is limited. Hand stamp required for admittance will be available one hour prior to performance. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
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This week at the Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library, we're reading about LIONS! Learn about the Lords of the Jungle while singing songs, dancing and having funs with your friends.

Toddler Time (ages 1-3 years)
Tuesday, November 13 at 10:15 a.m.

Story Time (ages 3-6 years)
Wednesday, November 14 at 10:15 a.m.

(photo courtesy of Jean Beaufort)
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Fulshear House Concerts

Tricia Turner Properties

Fulshear-Simonton Heritage Society

Gregg Dimmick will present his book the Sea of Mud: The Retreat of the Mexican Army after San Jacinto, An Archeological Investigation at the quarterly meeting of the Fort Bend County Historical Commission on Tuesday, Nov. 20. The meeting will take place at the Gus George Law Enforcement Academy building, 1521 Eugene Heimann Circle in Richmond, beginning at 3 p.m ... See MoreSee Less

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Fulshear Outreach Development

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Fulshear Tree Service

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Fulshear Tree  Service
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Fulshear Tree  Service

This pine bark beetle is the most destructive of its kind here in the South. Infestation in Texas often peaks in the early months of summer. How do you know your pine has been hit with these little guys? Telltale signs are whitish-yellow tunnels of resin on the tree, or reddish sawdust along the ground, trunk crevices or on spider webs attached to the tree. This “sawdust” is the residue left over after the beetles drill into the wood. There, the beetles set up camp and reproduce. The tree’s needles will transform over the time of the beetles stay, often turning yellow and then a deep red-brown color. Death is imminent. There is only one chemical that is proven to diminish the numbers of these pesky insects, however once the beetles are inside the tree, the chemical is ineffective. Thinning of the trees has proven to be the best solution and preventative technique. By thinning crowded pine stands and removing those with low growth rates, the remaining pines are able to thrive.
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Fulshear High School Band

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Fulshear High School Band
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