November 27, 2022

Restaurant Opening, Derby Celebration, Cash Back to BWAC

Arizona-owned Angry Crab Shack opened its 5,400 square foot property at 6925 FM 1960 in Atascocita. The restaurant is known for its fusion Asian and Cajun flavors and signature sauces and offers an interactive dining experience for customers.

Inside the dining room, tables are covered with butcher paper, no plates, and patrons use their hands as eating utensils.

“Being able to provide Texans with a place to eat side-by-side with their loved ones has been a great experience,” said Ron Lou, founder of Angry Crab Shack. “The Atascocita location is a great addition to our brand and fills a niche for lovers of spices and seafood broths with Asian and Cajun flavors.”

The restaurant held a grand opening event with Partnership Lake Houston and members of the Atascocita Fire Department who participated in a spicy crawfish eating contest.

For more information on Angry Crab Shack, including their hours of operation, food service, and new locations, visit

Lake Houston Ladies Club wraps up year with Derby celebration

The Lake Houston Ladies Club, a social organization dedicated to connecting women through monthly luncheons from September through May, recently wrapped up its year with a celebration of the Kentucky Derby. The ladies were decked out in their derby attire.

The group meets the third Tuesday of the month at the Walden Country Club, 18100 Walden Forest Drive in Humble and welcomes new members from all surrounding areas. The club offers many opportunities for people with different interests including a Shooting Club, Scrabble ‘N Babble, Artsy Smartsy, Movie Group, Mah Jongg, Lunch ‘N Look, Travel Club, Supper Club, a Mexican train, a bridge and a bunco among many groups.

New members are welcome at any time. For more information about the club, please visit the club’s web page at or call Betty at 832-633-2991.

Bras with a Cause grants

Following the success of their Bras With A Cause fundraiser in February, the group has donated money to area organizations that help them fulfill their mission.

In a jam-packed Rock’n C arena at the Crosby Rodeo Fairgrounds, the band’s executives presented three checks.

The first was a check for $90,000 to Houston Methodist in Baytown, another for $40,000 to Candlelighters Childhood Alliance, and the last was for $2,000 to Joseph’s Warriors.

“We invite the public to our next fundraiser on February 4, 2023 at Crosby American Legion Hall,” said organizer Debbie Holmelin.

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