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Old 08-07-2013, 11:35 AM
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I am relocating to Needville area from another suburb of H town and want to know everything i can find out about it! We have young children. Are the schools okay? Are there any activities for kids to do like football or cheerleading and dance? I can't find anything about Needville children activities. I would love to meet other moms also...What can I get involved in there so we can meet people? I would also like to find a home church where the families in Needville area go so my kids will be able to make friendships faster. Please help me!! Thanks!!!

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Old 08-07-2013, 08:59 PM
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I'm only going to speak on the parts of Needville that I know of. I haven't explored the whole town yet but the little that I do know of the town is good enough.

I grew up not too far away from the Needville area. Have you visited Needville yet? I wouldn't consider it the suburbs, more like the boonies. The closest REAL store (Walmart or Kroger) is at least a 20 min drive. Most of the lots that people buy out there are quite large, 5 or 10 plus acres. With that being said it may be a bike ride or a short walk to your neighbors house. If your like the country living you will love the Needville area.

I have a few friends that I occasionally visit out there and they love it. They all grew up out there but for some as soon as they got the opportunity to get out they left in a hurry. They do have a football team for youngsters if I remember correctly. I am unaware of cheerleading and dancing.
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Old 08-08-2013, 12:54 AM
Location: Houston
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you do better playing softball as that's popular for girls out there...but like Mon said...its quite a ways from the highway
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:57 AM
Location: KATY, TX
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i grew up in needville early childhood. my cousin is one of the principals at the jr high. there ain't much to do out there. dowtown is maybe 5 blocks and the rest is farmers and rural land. its quiet though.
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