SYMBOLIZING STRENGTH AND STABILITY, SOMEONE WHO WILL HOLD YOU IN PLACE.
Let us provide you with genuine care!
To keep you in the comfort of your own home.
We specialize in non-skilled care and daily living assistance to an array of individuals.
Whether you need daily, weekly, or live-in assistance due to disability, aging, illness, recovery, or rehabilitation, Anchored will provide an individualized service that you can trust.
Knowledgeable and Supportive.
We understand that not one care plan fits all.
We understand that life happens and we are here to assist.
We will take the time to get to know you and develop an individualized care plan that fits your specific needs.
It takes a village to care for the ones we love.
Experienced Home Health Aids.
We employ genuine and compassionate caregivers.
Which have passed extensive background checks.
Anchored caregivers are highly trained and CPR certified.
We provide comfort and a level of independence while in the comfort of your home.
Anchored Personal Assistance Services, LLC
Connect With Us
Let us know about your questions or concerns.
We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Anchored Personal Assistance Services, LLC
We are currently accepting clients:
Private Pay Long-Term Life Insurance Some private insurance
Applying Pressure opening in Texas City is opening Sunday, August 7th.
The shop is amazing owner Andre Haynes said he and his staff are looking forward to serving the community and keeping them all looking good.
The shop will offer a full variety of services.
Make sure you stop in and check this place out Andre told us that his cutz is so good it will make you dance.
1442 Texas Ave N
Texas City Texas
From Our Family Pastor, Dennis Johns:
This is a follow up to the last article I wrote. A fast-paced summer had just begun, and VBS week had just ended. I was observing the good fruit of people serving together to gain visible results through fellowship and goodwill as well as eternal rewards in transformed lives. Just this week we packed up the “play floor” from the fellowship hall, signaling the end of summer activities; and it has caused me to reflect further on the benefits of being a part of “the body of Christ” or the church.
In Jesus’ last gathering with His disciples, he exampled love through service as He washed their feet and told them to do likewise; Matthew 13:15 15 I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you. 16 Very truly I tell you, no servant is greater than his master, nor is a messenger greater than the one who sent him. 17 Now that you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. He next gives a colossal command in Matthew 13:34, 34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.35 By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” He then prays for unity, not just for the disciples, but for everyone in history that would follow Him. Service, love, and unity were the primary marks of followers of Jesus.
Here are some things we observed during our time at Camp:
Service – on Friday morning of Youth Camp, Fred Oates, a student from River Oaks, jumped up into the luggage area of OUR bus and began to pack our students’ luggage. (Remember it was 100 degrees all week!) He didn’t enter cautiously; he bolted up in there to serve as best he could.
Love – On Thursday night of Youth Camp students shared how they had shut out others from their lives because of past pain and hurt but were now choosing to let go because of God’s love shown them through other students.
Unity – During the week of Youth Camp, we experienced great excitement and joy watching students come together, old and young, to share burdens, blessings, and fellowship in a setting of grace. We have been witnessing this all summer long, and it has continued to build from the first event of the summer.
Sometimes in our journey, we get sidetracked by time, life, ambition, or exhaustion and have a tendency to abandon the most primary facets of the good and beautiful life to which God has called us: a life of service, love and unity. This song from our past is a great reminder of what we should be doing with what God gave us.
This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine.
By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.
The HUT Phase 2 Huddle of Directors took a professional development trip in to Houston to have a day filled with mentorship, networking, culture, and history!
Galveston locals and fishers: we need your help!
This young dolphin has a fishing line wrapped around its tail flukes and approaches fishing boats/fishing lines.
We were able to remove part of the entanglement that was initially wrapped around its dorsal fin, allowing it to swim more freely, but we are asking for the public to report all sightings of this dolphin, which will help us develop a potential rescue plan to remove the remaining fishing line.
Please note, that there may be a popping cork or additional debris that has subsequently attached to the initial wrap.
This dolphin has been observed alone around the Galveston Ship Channel and Seawolf Park.
Please keep your eyes peeled and report any sightings to the TMMSN immediately either through our website
Please collect a GPS location and photos/videos where possible but please do not attempt to approach or pursue the dolphin.
If it approaches you, quickly reel in your line to avoid losing your bait/gear and to prevent further injury to the dolphin.
Thank you for your help!
Galveston Art league invites artists 16 and older to participate in a fall competition at
the league’s gallery in downtown Galveston.
Artists may bring one, two or three entries to the Galveston Art League Gallery, 2117A
Postoffice St. in Galveston, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29.
Or if artists need to drop off their works early, they may make an appointment to do so on Sunday, Aug. 28, by emailing Joyce Buffalo, the Art League’s juried exhibitions show director, at
Categories and Judge
There are six categories in the Art League’s Fall 2022 Juried Show:
Digital art (works originating in a computer or heavily modified by computer).
Works on paper.
Works on canvas or board.
3-D (sculpture, pottery, metalwork, wood carvings, etc.).
Mixed media wall-hung.
The judge will be Linda C Dumas of Kingwood.
Dumas works and experiments in various media such as collage, painting and mixed media. She has won awards in several regional contests, including Lone Star Art Guild competitions.
To see examples of her work, you may visit her website
Prizes and Entry Fees
Cash prizes are given for Best of Show ($300) and for first
($100) and second-place
($50) entries within the categories.
All pieces that are accepted into the show will stay in
the gallery throughout September.
Artists can opt to set a price for their works or have them labeled as “Not For Sale.”
Entry fees are $20 per entry unless the artist is a Galveston Art League member.
The reduced fees for league members are $15 for each of the first two works that they enter
and $5 for the third.
Additional requirements and entry details are available in the prospectus posted on
(click on “Exhibits” and then select “Juried Shows” from the drop-down menu).
About Galveston Art League
The 108-year-old Galveston Art League holds three juried competitions each year as
part of its mission to promote visual arts and art education in the region.
Art League functions, from mounting monthly exhibits to setting policies and
fundraising, are carried out by volunteers.
Membership is open to all – non-artists and artists – who appreciate visual arts and
want to enjoy the benefits of membership.
To learn more about the Art League and the
benefits of various membership levels
Cathy E. Bennett & Associates, Inc.Mock Jurors Needed!
Must be AT LEAST 21 years old.
Must have a valid TX driver's license or ID.
Sign Up: www.cebjury.com/research-projects
Founder of Cathy Bennett & AssociatesCathy Bennett
Cathy “Cat” Bennett began assisting lawyers with jury selection in 1972.
The way Cat fell into this field is a story in and of itself.
In 1972, she was working at a legal aid office writing a training manual.
One day, several of the attorneys were complaining that the judge was not listening to their arguments.
Cat volunteered to go to court with the attorneys to see if she could help.
Cat was able to determine when the judge was responding to and rejecting arguments.
She began telling the attorneys to either continue the argument, if she felt the judge was listening, or to change the topic when she believed the judge was rejecting what the lawyers were saying.
As a result of Cat’s assistance, the legal aid attorneys began winning a remarkable number of their hearings and bench trials.
The word began to spread within the legal aid office of Cat’s remarkable ability to read the judge and accurately predict the most favorable arguments.
One day, one of the attorneys approached Cat and said, “I’ve heard about the success you’ve been having with the judges.
I’ve got a jury trial coming up.
Do you think you could do the same thing with the jury?
” Cat responded that she didn’t know, but she would give it a try.
Employing the same techniques, Cat began to identify the jurors who were most favorable and least favorable to her client's cases.
From these humble beginnings, began the remarkable journey of Cathy E. Bennett & Associates.
Attorney / Jury and trial expert Robert B. Hirschhorn
Robert Hirschhorn of Cathy E. Bennett & Associates, Inc., is an attorney and a nationally recognized expert in jury and trial consultation.
He is a co-author of Blue’s Guide to Jury Selection, which is currently available from Thompson-West Publishing.
A jury consultant since 1985, Robert has selected juries that have returned more than $35 Billion in verdicts.
Those cases include: Johnson & Johnson Talc ($5 Billion); VirnetX v. Apple ($502.6 Million); Hopper v. JP Morgan Chase ($8 Billion); Pinnacle Hip Implant Litigation ($1.041 Billion and $505 Million); Lexar v. Toshiba (breach of fiduciary duty; $461 Million) and Ernst v. Merck (1st Vioxx litigation; $253 Million).
He has also assisted lawyers in many high-profile criminal cases including State of Florida v. William Kennedy Smith (sexual assault charges, not guilty verdict), State of Texas v. U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (ethics charges, not-guilty verdict), and the State of Texas v. Robert Durst (acquitted of murder charges).
Mr. Hirschhorn has appeared on Good Morning America, MSNBC, Court TV, CNN, HLN, Dateline NBC, 48 Hours, Nightline, and many national radio programs. He lectures nationwide to lawyers and judges on the art of jury selection.
Jury and trial consultant Jennifer Lapinski
Jennifer Lapinski has been a jury and trial consultant since 1999 and has closely worked with attorneys on over 300 criminal and civil cases in both state and federal jurisdictions across the country.
In addition to jury selection, Ms. Lapinski prepares juror questionnaires and voir dire questions, prepares juror profiles, and conducts witness preparation.
In over 250 cases, Ms. Lapinski has conducted Focus Groups, Mock Trials, Voir Dire Workshops, Opening Statement Workshops, Shadow Juries, and Post-Verdict Interviews.
Additionally, for the past several years Ms. Lapinski has assisted Robert Hirschhorn with the Focus Group portion of the State Bar of Texas’ Choosing and Courting a Jury program.
Ms. Lapinski is also the chair of the Center for American and International Law’s Jury Selection & Communicating With Jurors – A Program for the Defense, and is a contributing author to the upcoming AAJ Trial Guides The Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit (Fourth Edition).
2300 Highland Village Road
Highland Village, TX 75077
The Galveston County Parks Department would like to give a huge shout-out to Galveston Park Board of Trustees
· The Galveston County Parks Department would like to give a huge shout-out to the
Galveston Park Board of Trustees
Kelly Rooks and Ann Hobing coordinated and supplied a unique beach chair to grant a gentleman his last wish.
The gentleman and his family had three days to spend together at the beach on the Bolivar Peninsula and this beach chair allowed him to dip his toes in the water one last time.
We would also like to thank Galveston County Beach Ambassador Brad Metz for going the extra mile by making sure the family received the chair and had a way to drop it off.
The Galveston County Parks Department is thankful to have had the opportunity to collaborate with the City of Galveston, Texas - Government on such a great cause!
For more information about Galveston County Parks and Cultural Services Department, please visit https://www.galvestoncountytx.gov/.../parks-cultural...
or call 409-934-8101.
The Texas City La Marque Chamber of Commerce welcomes Yard Excellence LLC. to the Chamber!
Located at 1317 Cedar Dr. in La Marque
We offer lawn care and maintenance, light landscaping, organic debris removal, junk hauling, material delivery, and landscape materials such as sand, gravel, recycled asphalt, mulch, fill dirt, and custom mixes.
We Care About the Details
Our company strives to create an attractive yard and get the best results out of all landscaping projects, no matter the size.
Give Dale Alberts a call for all your lawn care and landscaping needs.
Also junk removal.
A link to Dale's contact info is below.
“All I can say is that I love HUT.
I may say this a lot, but it is so true.
Without HUT, I don't know where I would be.
I know I would’ve never been able to do what I am doing now.
I wouldn’t be in contact with two potential future bosses of mine, and I wouldn't be able to go on all of these amazing trips.
HUT is something that I hope can spread and give kids who are in the same position I once was in an opportunity to see what they really are capable of!”
Higher Up TexasSM is a Community; a Family; a MOVEMENT.
Higher Up TexasSM is a two-part program that works with young adults ages 17-23. In part one, HUT is a 2 hour per week class for high school seniors that teaches the tools and skills needed for adulthood. After HUT students graduate high school, they continue into Higher Up Phase 2 (HP2). HUT Phase 2 is a support system where everyone leans on each other to navigate adulthood and its challenges. Everyone empowers and encourages one another.
Higher Up Phase 1
Cultural Awareness & Appreciation
Mental Health & Self-Care Strategies
Future Financial Planning
Critical Thinking Skills Development
Higher Up Phase 2
HUG-A-HUT Care Packages
Monthly Volunteer Projects
Mental Health Support/Resources
Critical Thinking Skills Development
Higher Up TexasSM is a 501(c)3 organization that teaches life skills to young adults and guides them to their successful futures!