HOUSTON – From his humble and religious beginnings in Amarillo, Derrick Mitchell has evolved into an affluent and distinguished African-American force in the state of Texas. His father and mother, instilled Christian values and morals in him at an early age. Although his parents did not attain a collegiate education, they equipped him with leadership…

As July approaches we are eagerly preparing for our next luncheon. Please take a moment to view the invitation to the July Business Luncheon and Sponsorship Package. (Click on the hyperlink above to download form) (Click here to RSVP by E-Mail) July Monthly Business Networking Luncheon Date: Thursday, July 7, 2016 Time:  11:00 a.m. –…

AHCBED September Business Networking Luncheon

The Acres Home Chamber for Business and Economic Development, Inc. recently held its Monthly Networking Luncheon at 6112 Wheatley St. 77091. Michael McCullough was accompanied by his students, a fine group of young jazz musicians of George Washington Carver High School, Aldine Independent School District, offering a flawless jazz set. Once Chairman, Roy Douglas Malonson…

Photo Credit: Shelondra Peavy

McConnell & Jones

“A Passionate Advocate for Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs” HOUSTON – Just as it’s mentioned on the website for McConnell & Jones CPA’s (http://www.mcconnelljones.com/), Thomas Jones is a passionate advocate for small business owners and entrepreneurs who want to take their business to the next level. At McConnell and Jones, he serves as partner of…

Captain Paul Matthews

Chief Docent of The Buffalo Soldier National Museum By: Rebecca S. Jones HOUSTON – Carter G. Woodson once suggested that, “We should emphasize not Negro History, but the Negro in history.” Hence Captain Paul J. Matthews, the curator and founder of the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum has built an empire which exhibits, this exact thought.…