Send a Message
to mrsannacampbell

Comments

10

Joined

Feb 9, 2007

mrsannacampbell Profile

Forums Owned

Recent Posts

Houston, TX

WBO Offers Special Package for College Students

Women Business Owners (WBO) announced today they are offering a special 3-day Attendee package for college students attending their "Free to be Me" National Business Convention October 10-12, 2008 in Houston, Texas for only $100. The convention, being sponsored by Office Max, Inc., will take place at the Sheraton North Houston Hotel, near the Intercontinental Airport, 15700 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Houston, TX 77032. College students attending must show their college badge at check-in as proof. The package, for $100 includes: • Attendee bag filled with convention materials, event program, samples, goodies, and more • Friday Reception and Opening Ceremonies • Shopping with Featured vendors and sponsors • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday • Six (6) Seminars (of your choice out of 18) on Saturday • View all 18 seminars up to three (3) months following the convention • Semi-Formal Banquet Dinner Saturday Night • Awards Ceremony during Banquet • Church Services and Closing Ceremonies on Sunday Anna Campbell, WBO President stated, "We are very excited to be able to offer this package to women in college, that may benefit from what WBO has to offer." Campbell went on to say, "It is a phenomenal experience to join together and share wealth of knowledge and to know that you’re not alone." When asked why WBO is providing this convention for their members and the general public, Campbell responded, “Deciding to be an owner is a daunting task and one that proves difficult and too much for some. At this years’ convention we will be focusing on learning the tools needed to own a successful business.” The convention offers attendees eighteen (18) seminars to choose from. Attendees will benefit from live interaction with six speakers of their choice on Saturday, and the opportunity to view all eighteen seminars for up to three (3) months following the convention. Event speakers include Felicia Slattery, Nancy Williams, Lauren Mayer, Kioni Carter, Suzette Holley, Sue Pistone, Angelina Musik, Kennette Reed, Lisa Fredette, Camille McConnell, Linda Stiles, Ellen Delap, Karen Miller, Bonnie Ross-Parker, Michele DeKinder-Smith, Edie McRae, Patricia Barboza, Lorin Beller Blake, and Melodieann Whiteley. The 2008 Annual National Convention is also being sponsored in part by: Office Max, Inc., Affordable Smiles, AlphaWomen Media, Inc., Sheraton North Houston Hotel, Admin Services, Women Business Owners, Volunteer US, Anita's Pen, Communication Transformation, Nancy Williams LPC, Lauren Mayer Productions, Julie-Marie Bags, Tru Transformation Coaching, Helms Briscoe, MOMtrepreneurs Network, JamSum Limited, fogtnotes, Earnest Holley Memorial Theater, Stiles & Associates, Sue Pistone Associates, Pre-Paid Legal Services®, Inc. and subsidiaries, Essential Bodywear by Felicia, Firelight Web Studio, Passionate About Life Coaching, Success Coaching, Professional-Organ izer.com, Design2Train, Jane Out of the Box, Big Fish Nation, CEO Families, The Joy of Connecting, Kennette Reed & Associates, ALCO Consultants LLC, Passion Parties, Host Caters, Dollar Doctor, Lisa’s Art & Horses, CCDesignz Business Services LLC, Delaney Imaging, Unique Family Gift Shop. For more information about being a sponsor, vendor, speaker or attendee at WBO's upcoming convention, contact the convention committee by email at [email protected] s.org. All event forms, including registration information, can be found at http://www.womenbi zowners.org/conven tion/. Register today and receive ALL the benefits of this amazingly affordable convention.  (Sep 9, 2008 | post #1)

New Caney, TX

Texas Sawmill Festival has new date and location!

Texas Sawmill Festival has new date and location! Join us June 13-14, 2008 at AV Bull Sallas park as East Montgomery County shows off their hand built Sawmill Town, created by our residents. Step into the late 1800's with our town sheriff, cowpoke gang, and more! Families will have fun at our childrens parade, listening to live bluegrass music, watching square dancers, and swapping stories with their neighbors. http://www.communi tychamber.com Our dutch oven cook-off is going to show off our areas tasty vittles and some friendly competition! Don't miss this years event full of good down home fun!  (Oct 23, 2007 | post #1)

New Caney, TX

Texas Sawmill Festival

Texas Sawmill Festival has new date and location! Join us June 13-14, 2008 at AV Bull Sallas park as East Montgomery County shows off their hand built Sawmill Town, created by our residents. Step into the late 1800's with our town sheriff, cowpoke gang, and more! Families will have fun at our childrens parade, listening to live bluegrass music, watching square dancers, and swapping stories with their neighbors. http://www.communi tychamber.com Our dutch oven cook-off is going to show off our areas tasty vittles and some friendly competition! Don't miss this years event full of good down home fun!  (Oct 23, 2007 | post #3)

New Caney, TX

Texas Sawmill Festival

You are invited to join us as we step back into time at the 2008 Texas Sawmill Festival on Friday & Saturday, April 25-26, 2008. We will be going back to the late 1800's to early 1900's and experiencing history come alive! Stroll through our recreated sawmill town and visit with the town mayor, judge, sheriff, general store clerk, the trading post men, and more. Enjoy beautiful music from this period. Bring your entire family out and enjoy a day filled with fun and excitement! We encourage attendees to dress the part and enjoy the festivities as one of our own. Friday we will enjoy an old timey Dutch Oven cook-off, a fun street dance and live music. On Saturday our arts and craft vendors are getting ready to show off their latest creations. Each vendor is bringing unique and highly valued arts and crafts from around the area. Our food vendors are cooking tasty vittles that you will not want to miss. And don't miss the Ol' Bandits that will be roaming around trying to stay out of jail! Children and their families will enjoy our child size parade this year along with pony rides, petting zoos, face painters, and more. Parking is made easy at local parking areas, be picked up by our mule pulled wagons and experience an authentic shuttle to our event. Our event will be held on Community Road in New Caney, Texas. Our sponsors truly make this event possible: East Montgomery Community Improvement District, Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County, Green Oak Diagnostic, and BIGIRONS. We are currently accepting sponsors and vendors for our upcoming community event. Contact Anna Campbell for your application, visit our website http://www.communi tychamber.com.  (Oct 9, 2007 | post #1)

New Caney, TX

2007 Sawmill Festival - April 28th

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation will be represented at the upcoming Texas Sawmill Festival held on Saturday, April 28, 2007 on Community Drive in New Caney, Texas. A local Kingwood resident has been supporting her friends with cancer for over two years now and she continues to support them by hosting her little Lemonade Stand at this upcoming event. Jerdahn Campbell is this local resident and this little 7 yr old has a heart full of love and compassion. She will be turning lemons into lemonade on a hot day in April to share her love for this foundation with you. Stop by and pick-up your cup of lemonade for a minimum donation of 50 cents! The Texas Sawmill Festival is an inaugural community event held to bring the community together to learn about the rich history of an area loved by many. Join us as face painters, singing groups, bands, arts and craft vendors bring smiles to faces and entertainment to all. Our families will enjoy a barnyard full of animals as Sweetie Pies Petting Zoo takes center stage at our recreated Old Sawmill Town at this years event. The festival coordinators have really gone all out this year with a community wide t-shirt art contest, Pie Eating Contest, Stage Coach with live horses, a real old fashioned Base Ball team, and so much more. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is a unique not for profit organization that has evolved from a young cancer patient's front yard lemonade stand to a nationwide fundraising movement for childhood cancer. This young cancer patient was Alexandra "Alex" Scott. For four years, despite her deteriorating health, Alex held an annual lemonade stand to raise money for childhood cancer research. Following her inspirational example, thousands of lemonade stands have been held across the country by children, schools, businesses, and organizations, all to benefit ALSF. To date, her national campaign has raised over 7 million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Alex passed away in 2004. Her giving spirit remains the driving force behind the foundation she established. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, guided by Alex's parents, will continue the fight for all the families who are currently battling childhood cancer until a cure is found. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation supports childhood cancer research with a focus on improving the availability of new treatments for children currently undergoing treatments for difficult to cure cancers-such as brain tumors, leukemia, lymphoma, retinoblastoma, neuroblastoma, Ewings sarcoma and Wilm's tumor-among others. The direct impact ALSF is having in the lives of children with cancer is due to the hard work of thousands of volunteers. As volunteer hosts set up their own Alex's Lemonade Stand events in their communities, they are helping to raise millions of dollars for childhood cancer research so that one day, children everywhere will have hope for a cure. Come on out and support our local resident while she turns Lemons into Lemonade at the Texas Sawmill Festival. For more information on Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, visit www.alexslemonade. org, and for more information about this upcoming event visit www.communitychamb er.com.  (Mar 23, 2007 | post #5)

Houston, TX

Turning Lemons into Lemonade

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation will be represented at the upcoming Texas Sawmill Festival held on Saturday, April 28, 2007 on Community Drive in New Caney, Texas. A local Kingwood resident has been supporting her friends with cancer for over two years now and she continues to support them by hosting her little Lemonade Stand at this upcoming event. Jerdahn Campbell is this local resident and this little 7 yr old has a heart full of love and compassion. She will be turning lemons into lemonade on a hot day in April to share her love for this foundation with you. Stop by and pick-up your cup of lemonade for a minimum donation of 50 cents! The Texas Sawmill Festival is an inaugural community event held to bring the community together to learn about the rich history of an area loved by many. Join us as face painters, singing groups, bands, arts and craft vendors bring smiles to faces and entertainment to all. Our families will enjoy a barnyard full of animals as Sweetie Pies Petting Zoo takes center stage at our recreated Old Sawmill Town at this years event. The festival coordinators have really gone all out this year with a community wide t-shirt art contest, Pie Eating Contest, Stage Coach with live horses, a real old fashioned Base Ball team, and so much more. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is a unique not for profit organization that has evolved from a young cancer patient's front yard lemonade stand to a nationwide fundraising movement for childhood cancer. This young cancer patient was Alexandra "Alex" Scott. For four years, despite her deteriorating health, Alex held an annual lemonade stand to raise money for childhood cancer research. Following her inspirational example, thousands of lemonade stands have been held across the country by children, schools, businesses, and organizations, all to benefit ALSF. To date, her national campaign has raised over 7 million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Alex passed away in 2004. Her giving spirit remains the driving force behind the foundation she established. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, guided by Alex's parents, will continue the fight for all the families who are currently battling childhood cancer until a cure is found. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation supports childhood cancer research with a focus on improving the availability of new treatments for children currently undergoing treatments for difficult to cure cancers-such as brain tumors, leukemia, lymphoma, retinoblastoma, neuroblastoma, Ewings sarcoma and Wilm's tumor-among others. The direct impact ALSF is having in the lives of children with cancer is due to the hard work of thousands of volunteers. As volunteer hosts set up their own Alex's Lemonade Stand events in their communities, they are helping to raise millions of dollars for childhood cancer research so that one day, children everywhere will have hope for a cure. Come on out and support our local resident while she turns Lemons into Lemonade at the Texas Sawmill Festival. For more information on Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, visit www.alexslemonade. org, and for more information about this upcoming event visit www.communitychamb er.com.  (Mar 23, 2007 | post #1)

Houston, TX

Montgomery County Wide Art Contest

The Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County is very excited to be hosting this years Sawmill Festival T-shirt Art Contest. The Community Chamber is hosting their first annual Sawmill Festival on Saturday, April 28, 2007 on Community Drive and wanted to invite all the local children to participate and be involved in their community and its history. Learning about the history of where we live is an important part of who we are. The Chamber is pleased to invite all East Montgomery County public, private and homeschool students in the New Caney ISD, Splendora ISD, and Conroe ISD areas from kindergarten through 12th grade to participate in the 1st annual Sawmill Festival T-shirt Art Contest. Entries will be accepted from now until March 30th. Please mail or drop off your child's artwork at the Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County office located at 21575 Highway 59, Suite 100 in New Caney, Texas 77357. Your child's name should be written in pencil on the bottom right or left hand corner, including the school name, district, grade level, and phone number. Send ONLY ONE original work of art on 8" x 10" white paper (must be 2-dimensional). 1 or 2 colors in artwork. The theme is "Sawmill history" within the time period of 1850-1920. The deadline for our contest is March 30, 2007. There is no entry fee. All artwork must be in the Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County office by 3pm on Friday, March 30, 2007 to be included in the judging process. All late entries will be displayed, but will not be included in the judging process. Artists understand that their entry must be their original work and that if accepted, will be published on our website. Artists retain the copyright to their work at all times. CCC of EMC reserves the right to modify event rules and regulations at any time. Artwork may be picked up at the Sawmill Festival on Saturday, April 28, 2007 after 2pm at the RB Tullis Library. We are very honored to have Commissioner Rinehart from Precinct 4, Frankie Milley with Meningitis Angels, and two other esteemed art judges for our upcoming art contest. The judges will be meeting on Monday, April 2nd to decide on the winners of the 2007 Sawmill Festival T-Shirt Art Contest. The first place winner will receive their design on all 2007 Sawmill Festival t-shirts, three free event t-shirts, first place trophy, and have their name and school name listed in the event program. The second place winner will receive two free event t-shirts, second place trophy and have their name and school name listed in the event program. The third place winner will receive one free t-shirt, third place trophy and have their name and school name listed in the event program. All participants will have their name listed in the event program and receive a participation ribbon. Applications are available at the Chamber website http://www.communi tychamber.com and the Chamber office. If your school has not received the art contest application and would like to participate, please call Anna Campbell for more information  (Mar 23, 2007 | post #1)

Houston, TX

Texas Sawmill Festival

Join us as we step back into time at the 2007 Sawmill Festival on Saturday, April 28, 2007 from 10am to 6pm. We will be going back to the late 1800's to early 1900's and experiencing history come alive! Stroll through our re-created sawmill town and visit with the town mayor, judge, sheriff, general store clerk, the trading post men, and so much more. Enjoy beautiful music from this period and don't miss our pie eating contest. Bring your entire family out and enjoy day filled with fun and excitement! We encourage attendees to dress the part and enjoy the festivities as one of our own. Our arts and craft vendors are getting ready to show off their latest creations. Each vendor is bringing unique and highly valued arts and crafts from around the area. Our food vendors are bring tasty vittles that you will not want to miss. And don't miss the Ol' Bandits that will be roaming around trying to stay out of jail! Parking is made easy at local parking areas, be picked up by our mule pulled wagons and experience an authentic shuttle to our event. Our event will be held on Community Road in New Caney, Texas. Our sponsors are truly making this event possible, East Montgomery Community Improvement District, Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County, Forest Colony, Valley Ranch, Ace Hardware, Wells Fargo, Kwik Kopy, Kingwood College Academy of Life Long Learning, Green Oak Diagnostics, BIGIRONS, RB Tullis Library, Trout Tire Center, US Army, Signagy, Fred Hass Toyota World, Satin Stitches, and Quality Banners and Signs. We are accepting vendors and sponsors for our upcoming community event. Contact Anna Campbell for your application or visit our website http://www.communi tychamber.com.  (Mar 23, 2007 | post #1)

New Caney, TX

2007 Sawmill Festival - April 28th

Join us as we step back into time at the 2007 Sawmill Festival on Saturday, April 28, 2007 from 10am to 6pm. We will be going back to the late 1800's to early 1900's and experiencing history come alive! Stroll through our re-created sawmill town and visit with the town mayor, judge, sheriff, general store clerk, the trading post men, and so much more. Enjoy beautiful music from this period and don't miss our pie eating contest. Bring your entire family out and enjoy day filled with fun and excitement! We encourage attendees to dress the part and enjoy the festivities as one of our own. Our arts and craft vendors are getting ready to show off their latest creations. Each vendor is bringing unique and highly valued arts and crafts from around the area. Our food vendors are bring tasty vittles that you will not want to miss. And don't miss the Ol' Bandits that will be roaming around trying to stay out of jail! Parking is made easy at local parking areas, be picked up by our mule pulled wagons and experience an authentic shuttle to our event. Our event will be held on Community Road in New Caney, Texas. Our sponsors are truly making this event possible, East Montgomery Community Improvement District, Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County, Forest Colony, Valley Ranch, Ace Hardware, Wells Fargo, Kwik Kopy, Kingwood College, Green Oak Diagnostics, BIGIRONS, and RB Tullis Library. We are accepting vendors and sponsors for our upcoming community event. Visit our website http://www.communi tychamber.com.  (Feb 9, 2007 | post #1)

Huffman, TX

2007 Sawmill Festival

Join us as we step back into time at the 2007 Sawmill Festival on Saturday, April 28, 2007 from 10am to 6pm. We will be going back to the late 1800's to early 1900's and experiencing history come alive! Stroll through our re-created sawmill town and visit with the town mayor, judge, sheriff, general store clerk, the trading post men, and so much more. Enjoy beautiful music from this period and don't miss our pie eating contest. Bring your entire family out and enjoy day filled with fun and excitement! We encourage attendees to dress the part and enjoy the festivities as one of our own. Our arts and craft vendors are getting ready to show off their latest creations. Each vendor is bringing unique and highly valued arts and crafts from around the area. Our food vendors are bring tasty vittles that you will not want to miss. And don't miss the Ol' Bandits that will be roaming around trying to stay out of jail! Parking is made easy at local parking areas, be picked up by our mule pulled wagons and experience an authentic shuttle to our event. Our event will be held on Community Road in New Caney, Texas. Our sponsors are truly making this event possible, East Montgomery Community Improvement District, Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County, Forest Colony, Valley Ranch, Ace Hardware, Wells Fargo, Kwik Kopy, Kingwood College, Green Oak Diagnostics, BIGIRONS, and RB Tullis Library. We are accepting vendors and sponsors for our upcoming community event. Visit our website http://www.communi tychamber.com.  (Feb 9, 2007 | post #1)

Q & A with mrsannacampbell

Headline:

Women Business Owners

Hometown:

Houston

Neighborhood:

Hunters Valley

Local Favorites:

camping, riding bikes, bunco

I Belong To:

my family!

When I'm Not on Topix:

I am on Women Business Owners! http://www.womenbizowners.org

Read My Forum Posts Because:

Stay up to date on our events and activities.

I'm Listening To:

the birds.

Blog / Website / Homepage:

http://www.womenbizowners.org

I Believe In:

Peace