The Holidays are right around the corner.
Drop your kids off with us and get a jumpstart on your holiday to-do list.
Children will make cookies and play games while enjoying chicken nuggets.
Saturday, 11/11 | 5:30-9:30 PM | Discovery Center
You must pre-register online, open to children 4 years and older.
$10 for first child. $5 for each additional child.
*Second Drop & Shop will be 12/9*
Be sure not to miss out on one of these great opportunities to to get a head start on your holiday preparations.
Register Here: https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/meadowsplacetx/easypay
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A group of bright, energetic and very intelligent young ladies invaded Meadows Place as part of a medical research study. The students are all in their last semester of nursing school and are about to move out into the medical world looking to put their newfound knowledge into practice. They all plan to go into Hospital nursing with some pursuing specialties such as Pediatric, Recovery/ ICU and Medical- Surgical otherwise known as Med-Surg. All tough fields requiring tons of training and the trip to Meadows Place was part of that training. These students did a field study asking residents lots of questions pertaining to health and safety concerns, (note, they found out our residents felt safe!) as well as questions about the community, transportation and access to health care. Then Ms. Demello, who is a Meadows Place resident, brought the students to City Hall to interview the Mayor. The questions relevant, very thorough, interesting and dealt with a myriad of issues ranging from how a city works, dissemination of information in an emergency situation to mosquito control. Meadows Place is proud to have these ladies of our medical future choose Meadows Place for their study.
(l-r) Nzeady Hope , Guadalupe Valdez ; Rosemary Perez; Mayor Charles Jessup; Annalyn Demello-Instructor; Janie Nguyen; Ogbeide Iziegbe,