12th Annual Legacy Luncheon Honoring Martha Turner

Posted by Andy Johnston on September 30, 2014


Legacy Community Health Services honored Martha Turner for her philanthropy, leadership, and long-standing devotion to improving lives of her fellow Houstonians during its 12th Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at The Corinthian.


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Stay the Course

Posted by Penny Jones on April 04, 2013


Sharon’s story inspires all of us who have a boulder to move up the mountain, be it weight loss, alcoholism or anything that keeps us from being the person we know in our hearts that we can be.

Stay the Course
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A Change May be Coming in Your Taxes

Posted by Penny Jones on October 04, 2012


In 2013, a new and unique tax will take effect—a 3.8 percent “unearned income Medicare contribution” tax as part of the structure in place to pay for health care reform. The tax will be imposed on the “net investment income” (NII) of individuals, estates, and trusts that exceeds specified thresholds. The tax will generally fall on passive income, but will also apply generally to capital gains from the disposition of property.


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Vote! See and Be Seen at the Polls!

Posted by Penny Jones on May 24, 2012


A few years ago, the Swiss replaced voting booths with mail-in ballots to make election participation as effortless as possible. The result was surprising: voter turnout often decreased, especially in smaller communities, and the reason may lie in why people vote.

Vote! See and Be Seen at the Polls!
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One Realtor’s Innovative Action to Save Our Trees

Posted by Penny Jones on September 02, 2011


The city of Houston is struggling to deal with an unprecedented number of water main breaks in neighborhoods all over town. It is heartbreaking and, let’s say it, infuriating, to see that precious resource literally pour down the drain while our tree canopy is dying.

One Realtor’s Innovative Action to Save Our Trees
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Adopt a Tree! An Urgent Message

Posted by Penny Jones on July 27, 2011


This severe drought is not only causing burn-out for our lawns, but severe damage to our trees!


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