Council Member Karla Cisneros, Christina Morales of Morales Funeral Home, and Christian Navarro of the Original Villa Arcos are hosting a pop-up resale shop, silent auction & raffle benefiting the victims of the May 4th warehouse fire that affected nearby residents in Houston's Second Ward.FULL POST
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East End businesses are supported by several organizations designed to aide business development in their neighborhood. The East Downtown Management District (EADO), The East End Chamber of Commerce and the Greater East End Management District all offer support and guidance to any entity interested in setting up a business or who may be shopping for property in one of their respective jurisdictions. Please visit them on the web for more information.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council, in collaboration with the Greater East End and 5th Ward CRC, have worked to create public conversation around how the East End can create a vision for the future that is responsible and that respects the rich history of our neighborhoods and the people that call the East End home.Learn more about the Livable Centers Study
She was bequeathed in an immense legacy of funeral service by her grandparents. Since the 1930s, long before her birth, her extended family has included at least 30 funeral home owners, directors, and embalmers. Fortunately, Christina Morales also inherited her grandparents’ unrelenting standards of excellence and their vision for lifting up their community. In fact, this third-generation funeral director and owner of Morales Funeral Home continually pioneers innovative ways to make a once exclusive settings for funerals a center to honor the Hispanic culture through the arts and other support for the community. Christina’s journey hasn’t always been easy.FULL POST