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Restaurants to possibly meet up at Saturday Night:

All restaurants below, except for Denny’s serve alcohol. Drink Responsibly!


Mo’s Irish Pub
138 Vintage Park Blvd, Houston, TX 77070
(281) 251-0715


7724 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 803-6002

Cheddar’s (I-45 @ Louetta Rd)
21001 I-45, Spring, TX 77388
(281) 528-7629

7720 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 350-6184

Hat Creek Burger Co. (Serves bottled beer & wine in a kid friendly atmosphere)
8215 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(346) 220-4400

Black Walnut Cafe
10623 Louetta Rd, Houston, TX 77070
(281) 251-6900

Chili’s Bar & Grill
21118 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 528-6074


Alicia’s Mexican Grille
20920 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 350-8383

Chuy’s TexMex
20322 Tomball Pkwy, Houston, TX 77070
(281) 909-5955

Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen
6925 Cypresswood Dr Ste G, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 376-7800

Laurenzo’s El Tiempo Cantina (Vintage Park) $$$
114 Vintage Park Blvd, Houston, TX 77070
(281) 374-0500

Freebirds World Burrito (SH-249 @ Spring Cypress)
22560 TX-249 #400, Houston, TX 77070
(281) 251-0725


Bleu Oyster Bar & Seafood
9305 Spring Cypress Rd #101, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 251-0596


Oriental Garden
16734 Champion Forest Dr, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 376-1455


Fratellini Ristorante Italiano
8905 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 251-0441
MENU Call (281) 251-0441

Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers
16000 Stuebner Airline Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(346) 808-7320


Euro Bakery & Cafe (Bring your own wine or beer)
5010 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX 77379
(281) 257-3023


Razzoo’s (I-45 @ Louetta)
1440 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX 77388
(832) 381-3950




I paid close attention when a FB friend & fellow classmate (Fred Swain) gave reviews of some of the best joints for BBQ.

This is why the KHS Class of ’94 Reunion BBQ ranks #1 in the state of Texas:

1) All meat cooked “Low and Slow”, wrapped in aluminum foil half way into the smoke, Premium USDA Select.
2) Juicy meats, Served hot, Pull apart meat.
3) All you can eat BUFFET. Meat served @ ~Noon.
4) BYOB==>Drink Responsibly (Ice-cold Ozarka, Minute-Maid Lemonade & Coca-Cola also provided).
5) It’s a FREE BBQ Picnic.
6) A portion of the tip money raised goes towards Beyond Batten Foundation.
7) Private Clubhouse event (Privacy).
8) Plenty of quality side dishes (Wide Variety). Bring a side to share (SEE BELOW LIST).
9) We will provide plastic utensils and Chinet paper platter plates.  Paper towels/napkins also provided.
10) 375ml Patron Anejo Tequila & 375ml Tito’s Hand-made Vodka provided. I will have several limes also. Plastic shot glasses provided. PLEASE limit to 1 shot per person. Keep our roads safe!
11) Variety of BBQ Sauces, and the Good ones! Pickles, Onions & Jalapenos also provided.
12) Kroger’s  Pecan Pies & Brownies (Compliments of Rachel Courtney Brewer) to finish it all off . 2 HEB Blackberry cobblers.
13) Food available until 1:00pm, Venue open until 2:00pm.
14) Select Beers on ice (Quantities limited–Two 6-packs available) “Newcastle Brown Ale and New Belgium Fat Tire” in 12oz bottles. Please limit to 1 per person. Keep our roads safe.
15) Very nice playground & swing-set for the Kids.
16) DJ Outside, Weather permitting.
17) Friendly Non-arrogant staff serving the meat. My Father!  🙂
18) You’re surrounded by friends!
19) Clean bathrooms.
20) Cold fridge for your drinks (Or bring a cooler of Ice).


Rib-eye Shish-Kebabs (2 skewers)
Seafood Shish-Kebabs (2 skewers)


  • Beef brisket
  • 8 full size racks of pork Baby Back ribs
  • One 12 pound Fried marinade injected turkey (Butterball, fried in peanut oil)
  • 8 full links Freshly made pork sausage (Garlic and Jalapeno/cheese)
  • Two Pork Boston Butt (Smoked with Cherry, Hickory and Maple wood) Fall apart meat!
  • Crock-Pot full of home-made “Texas 7 Chile Chili” with diced onions, crackers & freshly grated Cheddar and Monterrey Jack cheese to top it. Small amounts of Jalapeno, Poblano, Cayenne, Oriental Red Chile, Red Pepper Flakes, Chipotle & Habanero. Great taste and a mild spicy rating.
  • 24 cuts of chicken tenderloin Bacon wrapped with onion, jalapeno and BBQ Sauce

Seafood/Sausage Gumbo (16 qts) with steamed white rice
Grilled Wild caught Sockeye Salmon (One full-size fillet)
Grilled Steelhead Trout (One full-size fillet)

2 Dozen “Hartz Chicken” Yeast Rolls
Mrs. Baird’s White sliced bread
Fresh Sesame seed buns
Garlic Bread or Crazy Bread
One dozen “King’s Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls”
Jiffy Corn Bread
AND Plenty of 100% Butter

BRING A SIDE WITH YOU TO SHARE:  Most items are $5 or less.
Cole Slaw
Potato Salad
Mashed Potatoes & White Gravy
Bag of salad greens with Ranch dressing
Bush’s baked beans
Dozen Hartz Yeast Rolls
Wing Stop‘s Seasoned fries
Garlic bread or Little Caesar’s “Crazy Bread & Sauce”
Jiffy Corn bread
Claussen sliced pickles (Refrigerated section)
Vegetables (Carrots, Broccoli, Avocado, Celery, Cucumbers)
or anything else

I will need 2 people to bring an 8-pack of sesame seed buns.

CLICK HERE for the Sides Page

The above is based on the Online KHS POLL for food preference. Mexican Dominated (Grab a group for Saturday night dinner) and southern food was in second place. Seafood came in third.  For the out-of-towners, that’s Mexican, BBQ and Seafood only Texans know how to cook.


WHEN: 11:30AM-1:30PM Saturday September 21, 2019

WHERE: Spring Creek Forest Clubhouse (17512 Fairway Oaks Drive, 77379)

Top 100 Country Songs of 1994

Country Countdown Top 100 Hits of 1994
100. Baby Likes To Rock It The Tractors
99. Love Bug George Strait
98. My Baby Loves Me Martina McBride
97. They Asked About You Reba McEntire
96. We Just Disagree Billy Dean
95. More Love Doug Stone
94. Hard To Say Sawyer Brown
93. God Bless Texas Little Texas
92. Half The Man Clint Black
91. Man Of My Word Collin Raye
90. What’s In It For Me John Berry
89. Watermelon Crawl Tracy Byrd
88. T.L.C.A.S.A.P. Alabama
87. She Dreams Mark Chesnutt
86. Thinkin’ Problem David Ball
85. She Can’t Say I Didn’t Cry Rick Trevino
84. I Sure Can Smell The Rain Blackhawk
83. (Who Says) You Can’t Have It All Alan Jackson
82. Hangin’ In Tanya Tucker
81. Life 9 Martina McBride
80. Addicted To A Dollar Doug Stone
79. Rope The Moon John Michael Montgomery
78. Why Haven’t I Heard From You Reba McEntire
77. The Man In Love With You George Strait
76. You Will Patty Loveless
75. That’s My Story Collin Raye
74. I Wish I Could Have Been There John Anderson
73. Hey Cinderella Suzy Bogguss
72. Callin’ Baton Rouge Garth Brooks
71. How Can I Help You Say Goodbye Patty Loveless
70. Lifestyles Of The Not So Rich And Famous Tracy Byrd
69. Spilled Perfume Pam Tillis
68. Is It Over Yet Wynonna
67. I Want To Be Loved Like That Shenandoah
66. I Can’t Reach Her Anymore Sammy Kershaw
65. Standing Outside The Fire Garth Brooks
64. Kick A Little Little Texas
63. I’d Like To Have That One Back George Strait
62. Rock Bottom Wynonna
61. When You Walk In The Room Pam Tillis
60. The City Put The Country Back In Me Neal McCoy
59. I Take My Chances Mary Chapin Carpenter
58. Before You Kill Us All Randy Travis
57. Third Rate Romance Sammy Kershaw
56. National Working Woman’s Holiday Sammy Kershaw
55. Soon Tanya Tucker
54. My Second Home Tracy Lawrence
53. They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That Anymore Boy Howdy
52. Mercury Blues Alan Jackson
51. I Try To Think About Elvis Patty Loveless
50. Wish I Didn’t Know Now Toby Keith
49. I’m Holding My Own Lee Roy Parnell
48. The Boys & Me Sawyer Brown
47. Walking Away A Winner Kathy Mattea
46. She’d Give Anything Boy Howdy
45. The Song Remembers When Trisha Yearwood
44. John Deer Green Joe Diffie
43. I See It Now Tracy Lawrence
42. Love A Little Stronger Diamond Rio
41. Little Rock Collin Raye
40. Whenever You Come Around Vince Gill
39. Your Love Amazes Me John Berry
38. Who’s That Man Toby Keith
37. Down On The Farm Tim McGraw
36. Whisper My Name Randy Travis
35. Fast As You Dwight Yoakam
34. I’ve Got It Made John Anderson
33. A Little Less Talk And A Lot More Action Toby Keith
32. He Thinks He’ll Keep Her Mary Chapin Carpenter
31. Every Once In A While Blackhawk
30. What The Cowgirls Do Vince Gill
29. If Bubba Can Dance (I Can, Too) Shenandoah
28. Tryin’ To Get Over You Vince Gill
27. I Never Knew Love Doug Stone
26. American Honky Tonk Bar Association Garth Brooks
25. Rock My World (Little Country Girl) Brooks & Dunn
24. Don’t Take The Girl Tim McGraw
23. ‘State Of Mind Clint Black
22. That Ain’t No Way To Go Brooks & Dunn
21. Piece Of My Heart Faith Hill
20. A Good Run Of Bad Luck Clint Black
19. Be My Baby Tonight John Michael Montgomery
18. If The Good Die Young Tracy Lawrence
17. She’s Not The Cheatin’ Kind Brooks & Dunn
16. I Don’t Call Him Daddy Doug Supernaw
15. Foolish Pride Travis Tritt
14. If I Could Make A Living Clay Walker
13. I Just Wanted You To Know Mark Chesnutt
12. My Love Little Texas
11. No Doubt About It Neal McCoy
10. Dreaming With My Eyes Open Clay Walker
9. XXX’s And OOO’s Trisha Yearwood
8. Summertime Blues Alan Jackson
7. Third Rock From The Sun Joe Diffie
6. Live Until I Die Clay Walker
5. Shut Up And Kiss Me Mary Chapin Carpenter
4. Wild One Faith Hill
3. Livin’ On Love Alan Jackson
2. Wink Neal McCoy
1. I Swear John Michael Montgomery

Top 10 Reasons to go to Class Reunion

Here are my top 10 reasons to pull out that party dress and head down memory lane.

  1. If you combine it with a girls’ weekend, you’ll always have someone to talk to.
  2. You might run into an old flame.
  3. If you’re single, you might not be single much longer. (I know of several happy marriages that began at reunions.)
  4. You’ll probably discover people working in your same field. (Bring business cards and remember to get theirs.)
  5. You’ll probably discover people living right near you. (Exchange e-mail addresses and organize a potluck in your neighborhood.)
  6. It’s comforting to see that other people are getting old and wrinkly too. (Hey, we’re all in this together.)
  7. If you need a change of scene (or break from the routine), a blast from the past will do the trick.
  8. You could make new friends. (People change. A lot. You might totally click with someone you had nothing in common with 20 years ago.)
  9. Connecting with other people always makes people feel good. Laugh, reminisce, sympathize, be curious. Come with an open heart and you won’t be disappointed.
  10. The more connections you make, the stronger social network you create. Think of it as free (and fun) life insurance. Remember these people have known you since you had braces, or the Freshman 15, and they might just be there later if you, God forbid, lose your house or break your hip.