“Talks of the Town” Series Kicks off May 9; Q&A Session with Community Leaders

Spring, Texas – May 2, 2019: The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce is organizing “Talks of the Town.” 

The Talks of the Town is a new event that updates residents of Northwest Harris County with important information regarding the community while also giving those in attendance a chance to ask community leaders questions about any topics that concern them.

“These forums should allow residents and businesses to get “up close and personal” with community leaders, to hear updates straight from them and to ask pertinent questions about those things they want to know about,” explains Barbara Thomason, Chamber president. “The Talks of the Town should help improve the flow of information and create a sense of community unity within smaller more significant geographical areas.”

The first event takes place on Thursday, May 9, 5:30-6:30 PM at the Cypress Creek Christian Church.

Community leaders in attendance currently include Harris County PCT. 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, Harris County PCT. 4 Constable Mark Herman, Spring ISD Superintendent Dr. Rodney Watson and Klein ISD Superintendent Dr. Bret Champion.

Similar events will be scheduled in the near future for residents of the Spring, Klein and Northwest Houston communities.

Those planning to attend the Talks of the Town for the Cypress Creek Community on May 9th are asked to RSVP by going to bit.ly/Talk519 and clicking on the Register button. There is no cost to attend.  Similar events for the Spring, Klein and Northwest Houston communities will be scheduled in the near future. All sessions are guaranteed to start and end on time.

For more information about the Talks of the Town or the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce, call the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce at (281) 440-4160, go to www.HoustonNWChamber.org  or email ChamberInfo@HoustonNWChamber.org.


Volia Nikaci is a native New Yorker, writer, and journalist. She has a background in Broadcast Journalism & Political Science from CUNY Brooklyn College.