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WEDNESDAY: $5 Lunch Benefits County’s Homeless


November is Hunger & Homeless Awareness Month and multiple events are taking place right here in Montgomery County as part of this important campaign! The Montgomery County Homeless Coalition announces the following events as opportunities for local city and county officials and Montgomery County citizens to understand the problems and become part of the solution for homelessness in Montgomery County, Texas.

Wednesday, November 19th – Empty Bowls Lunch (open to the public)
Conroe Tower, Top Floor, 300 W. David Street, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
This simple meal of soup, bread, and water is $5 per person. Servers to include: Wayne Mack, Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace, James Noack, Pct. 3 Commissioner, Brett Ligon, District Attorney, among others. Also, beautiful handmade bowls created by students at Lone Star College-Montgomery and local artists will be available for purchase. All proceeds of this event will help underwrite efforts of the Homeless Coalition to educate and provide community awareness.


District Attorney Brett Ligon

Constable Pct. 2 Gene DeForest

Kathleen Yount (State Senator Brandon Creighton’s Office)

Judge Keith Stewart

Mayor Webb Melder


Judge Tracy Gilbert

Associate Judge Jennifer Robin

Commissioner James Noack

JP Pct. 1 Wayne Mack

Fire Chief Ken Kreger

Councilman Seth Gibson


County Attorney JD Lambright

Commissioner Elect Jim Clark

Judge Patrice McDonald

Chief Deputy Pct. 1 Mike Hatcher

Captain Pct. 1 Rusty Fincher

Sr. Lt. Pct. 1 Dan Lafferty



Thursday, November 20th – Montgomery County Homeless Coalition Monthly Meeting
Conroe Chamber of Commerce (505 W. Davis Street), 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Join us for our monthly event and to meet the agencies and ministries who do the daily work to prevent and end homelessness in and around Montgomery County.

Nancy Heintz: “We are very excited about the homelessness events happening this month. We hope that the city and county officials and the citizens will come out to these events to learn more about the issues facing Montgomery County and how they can be a part of the solution.”

The Montgomery County Homeless Coalition is non-profit organization that, through advocacy, education, and collaboration by its members, seeks to eliminate homelessness in Montgomery County, Texas. For more information on any of these events, contact Nancy Heintz at 936-443-4990 or go to:


Twitter:  mctxhomeless@mctxhomeless

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