The pumpkins have arrived so the 6th Annual Aggie Habitat for Humanity Pumpkin Patch is almost ready to go. All during the month of October Aggie Habitat will be selling pumpkins to raise money to help build homes for those in need in the Bryan and College Station area. They will be open as long as they have pumpkins. The hours are from noon until dark on weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to dark on Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to dark on...Continue Reading!
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I love selling homes in Bryan/College Station and all of the amazing things I get to do because of it! My daughter goes to school at Forest Ridge Elementary in College Station, and I was contacted by her GT teacher, Patty Chenault, who asked me if I would be willing to use my marketing expertise and be "hired" as a marketing consultant for the business they were creating! The children were starting a business from the ground up to see what all...Continue Reading!
Kyle Field Day will be held Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 11:00AM - 3:00PM. The event is free to attend and will be held at Kyle Field! This is a great chance for Texas A&M students to get involved in service projects that will be beneficial to the Bryan/College Station community! This event will involve many different Campus Organizations which will bring out a great group of diverse students. The field day will host different stations. These stations will help inform...Continue Reading!
What is the stick HK Pitts is holding? Today in our education season at Century 21 Beal in College Station, HK Pitts taught a class on land, timber, cattle, oil and water related to the sale of real estate. Along with a great class, handouts and photos he brought visuals. This was just one of the many things we got to see.Do you know what it is? If you came to class today wait just a bit...Continue Reading!
Many retired military are finding their way to College Station zip codes. The City of College Station is ranked fourth among cities nationally and second in medium sized metropolitan areas(175,000-500,000 pop) in accordance with USAAs and military.com’s list of “Best Places for Military Retirement”. Why another list? The new list (started on December 6, 2010) helps retirees to utilize the retirement benefits to their greatest benefit in places that offer a high quality of...Continue Reading!
If you like to travel and save money...here are a few quick tips on how to travel on a budget. Airline Tickets – Plan in advance and visit discount websites to see if there are better deals. While these sites might charge you a service fee ($5 or so), they can easily combine flight segments from different airlines easily to give you a great deal. (bonus – get even more savings by finding promo codes before you book a trip). Connecting Flights – You...Continue Reading!