Newsletter Winter 2015



In This Issue
HARC Upcoming Closures
HARC Staff
Special Events
HARC Luncheon
Houston Chevron Marathon
New Programs
Whats Trending Program
Club Language Program
Tech Chat Program
Hot Topics Program
High Tech Program
Where in the World Program
HARC Heralds Program
Black & White Talk Bubbles

Welcome Back
HARC Winter Programs Begin
January 6, 2015

HARC Upcoming Closures

March 5, 2015
(HARC Luncheon)

March 10-12, 2015

HARC's Staff

Eleni J. Christou
Executive Director
Stephanie Schmadeke
Stephanie Schmadeke
Program Director 

Frankie B. Sims 
HARC Speech Language Pathologist 

Jackie C. Freer
HARC Speech Language Pathologist 

Emily K.H. Brents
Development/Marketing Coordinator 
Paul Kariuki
Certified Nursing Assistant 
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Special Events 
 Rivers Oaks Country Club
1600 River Oaks Blvd. 

 Luncheon Chairman
Michele "Chaille" Strake

 Honorary Chairman
Rosie Carrabba 

Lynn M. Maher, Ph.D 

 Featuring Guest Speaker
 Carl McIntyre 
 Luncheon underwriters who reserve by January 6, 2015 will be treated to a special donor recognition event graciously hosted by Rose and Harry Cullen, and Kathy and Jody McCord the evening of Thursday, January 27, 2015. 


Join HARC as we cheer on our runners. 


Sunday, January 18, 2015

7:30 am


The Black Labrador 

4100 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006
(corner of W. Main Street and Montrose)

Click Here for directions


New HARC Programs
What's Trending: Challenging discussions around the theme of new technology, engineering and science around the world.


Club Language: Practice language skills through language games, trivia, puzzles, Pen pals, and other fun activities.


Tech Chat:Learn and practice communication with Skype, Face-time, and Oovoo with a HARC friend or a friend from afar using IPads, IPhone's, or Android. Share ideas and topics using this technology.

Hot Topics:
Ask and Answer questions about "hot topics". Guest speakers will be invited to share their expertise on various subjects of the group's interest.

High TechAdvanced Apple and Android users explore various apps and programs, and share thoughts and ideas related to what works and what doesn't for their situation. 

Where in the World:Participants choose locations around the world and have conversations around the food, weather, activities of interest, attractions, and the people in that area.



Our Aphasia Choir practices during music on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Everyone is welcome to join!