Welcome, everyone, to Out and About – here to catch you up on what’s happening in the Lake Houston area!
Campbell Chiropractic has been proud to serve the Kingwood and Lake Houston area for more than 25 years and now Dr. Charles Campbell is happy to announce that the leadership of the clinic will be changing, but will still continue to serve their chiropractic family in the future. Charlie, as he is known to so many of us, is selling Campbell Chiropractic Clinic to his associate, Dr. Scott Pagano. Pagano has been part of the Kingwood community for more than 20 years and a part of the Campbell Chiropractic team for the past 14 years. Furthermore, Pagano is Charlie’s own chiropractor! Pagano will begin construction on a new clinic in the space next to the 4U Med Clinic so that Campbell Chiropractic Clinic will once again have the proper space and facilities necessary to deliver the best possible chiropractic care for years to come. For the last 20 years, Charlie has been studying Functional Wellness and treating patients utilizing these techniques, but only in a limited manner. This transition of selling Campbell Chiropractic Clinic to Pagano will permit him the opportunity to offer these nutritional therapies to patients on a full-time basis. He is not retiring, rather redirecting his time to practice his passion, Functional Wellness. The practice will still be located at the 4U Med Clinic where they are currently located. Functional wellness includes nutritional therapies for chronic fatigue, anxiety/panic attacks, indigestion, GERD, reflux, PMS, food intolerance/allergies, perimenopausal symptoms, irritable bowel syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, gluten/lactose intolerance, heavy-metal toxicity, chronic constipation/diarrhea, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, hypothyroidism, insomnia, osteoporosis, chronic sinusitis, weight gain, systemic yeast infection, and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.
On Aug. 22, Kingwood Area Republican Women paid tribute to Congressman Ted Poe as he prepares to end his 36-year public service career. More than 140 friends and community leaders attended, including County Commissioner Jack Cagle, State Sen. Brandon Creighton, State Rep. Dan Huberty, Harris County Treasurer Orlando Sanchez, Bill King, Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman, Judge Laryssa Korduba, and Humble ISD Trustees Nancy Morrison and Robert Sitton. KARW Board Members M’Liss Painter, Nancy Fulton and Halene Crossman took part in the program. Peggy Englehardt, first KARW president in 1979, was present as were Anita Frazier, Jane and Carl Quebedeaux, Kathleen Jordan, Ruthann Koza, Robert Scarfo, retired Judge Lynn Bradshaw-Hull, and past KARW presidents Mary Blanchard, Alice Rekeweg, Betty Newton and Janie Branham. It was a wonderful tribute to an amazing man who believes in “We the People, not We the Servants. And that’s just the way it is.”
Ron Crossman also received a surprise at the KARW Luncheon honoring Poe. President M’Liss Painter presented Dinesh D’Souza’s new book, “Death of a Nation” to him and led guests in singing “Happy Birthday.” Ron and Halene were all smiles on his 85th birthday, celebrating remission status from his six-year battle with cancer.
I’ll see you out and about!