Cypress Ranch Key Club members take part in tree sale
The Cypress Ranch Key Club participated in a fruit tree sale Friday, Jan. 18 at Houston Community College.
According to a press release from Cypress Ranch Key Club, "Ten Cypress Ranch Key Club members and faculty adviser Katie Lauver volunteered at the Urban Harvest fruit tree sale. Hundreds of Houstonians gathered to partake in the largest annual fruit tree sale in Houston. Urban Harvest is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting healthy communities, sound nutrition and respect for the environment by educating children and adults and facilitating harvest and habitat gardens."
Houston Community College is at 5601 West Loop S. Freeway, Houston.
The Houston Community College system operates colleges in Houston, Missouri City and Stafford serving more than 70,000 students each semester. It is one of the largest institutions of higher education in the county and has more international students than any community college in the country. Houston Community College serves the areas of the Houston Independent School District, Katy, Spring Branch, Alief, North Forest Independent School Districts, Stafford Municipal District and the Fort Bend portion of Missouri City. Houston Community College was created in 1971 under the governance of Houston Independent School District as a result of a public referendum, and it was separated from HISD in 1989 when it established its own board of trustees. Houston Community College was restructured into a multi-college system in 1992. The system is accredited by the Commission of College of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate degree. Houston Community College awards associate degrees in arts, arts in teaching, science and applied science as well as certificates.
For more information, visit www.hccs.edu.
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