Humble Area Assistances Ministries (HAAM) has selected its 2020 Pillars of the Community. The City of Humble, Danell Fields and Kenny and Nancy Shortsleeve will be honored Friday, March 27 at the beautiful Clubs of Kingwood clubhouse.
“The Clubs of Kingwood is excited to host what is HAAM’s only fundraiser of the year,” said Kelly Paull, Pillars co-chair, “and to be able to honor a group of Lake Houston-area people who faithfully volunteer and support HAAM and have made a significant difference in our community.”
Pillars of the Community, presented by Insperity, was founded in 2011 by HAAM Executive Director Millie Garrison and volunteer and past-Pillar Connie Chandler to honor Lake Houston-area couples who faithfully volunteer and support HAAM and have made a significant difference in our community.
Past recipients of the Pillars of the Community award are: Dorothy Alspaugh, Rick Alspaugh, Ginger and Byron Bertrand, Connie and Darryal Chandler, Mieke and Phillippe Cras, Lynn and Jack Fields, Louis Flory and Gabby Stephens, Pat and Ray Guard, Marlene and Frank Kopta, Bonnie Longnion, Ginny and Bill Power, Corinn and Joe Price, Leslie and Tony Raffa, Diane and Guy Sconzo, Cynthia Calvert and Larry Shiflet, Geralyn and Danny Sullivan, Judy and James Thigpen, Judy and Guy Williams, Kingwood Country Club, Insperity, Kingwood Women’s Club, and The Lake Houston Chamber of Commerce.
Kelly Paull and Emily Stander are the 2020 co-chairs of the Pillars of the Community banquet. Millie Garrison is HAAM’s executive director and Charles Cunningham is board chair.
A variety of Pillars sponsorships are available. Premier tables with 10 seats are available for $10,000 and $5,000. Ten-seat tables are also available for $2,500 and $1,250. Single seats are available for $150. If unable to attend, please consider a donation.