Susan Hilton College Station Real Estate

Realtor & Vice President of Sales of Bryan College Station Real Estate

Wife, Mother, REO Team Leader & Sales Manager for the BEST REAL ESTATE AGENTS in Bryan/College Station! Century 21 Beal, Inc. continues to provide the highest quality training and service in the Brazos Valley and it is an honor to be affiliated with this company!

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Century 21 Beal is having an Easter Egg Hunt!

Join us at the CENTURY 21 BEAL, INC. ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT! Take pictures with the Easter Bunny, Hunt Eggs and win LOTS of Prizes!!! Please bring your own basket. Central Park 9:30 Open to ALL! Questions? Call 979-764-2100 or info@century21bcs.comEaster Egg Hunt

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Friends of the Brazos Valley Heroes Good Bull BBQ Cookoff

We are a non-profit 501(cc)3 organization raising funds to assist HEROES WITHIN BRAZOS VALLEY in a time of need.
Entertainment: Aggie Century Singers, Lil and Elite Wranglers, Bluegrass band – Sabine River Bend Band, Project X out of Dallas will open for Parker Heights  at the dance Saturday Night.  Vendors will be up and running Friday night and Saturday with the kids zone open Saturday morning from 10:00- 4:30 PM.  Come on out and support the local community and show your support for the local HEROES!2015 flier

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City of College Station, Texas Video

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Great video about the Bryan College Station Aggieland area. Feel free to share with others. Our community continues to grow! We have a new hospital, new businesses, new home developments, new restaurants and so much more.  Where else could anyone want to live?

Susan Hilton

CENTURY 21 Beal, Inc.

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Lil’Wranglers of Aggieland – Aggie Wranglers in College Station, Texas

Lil’Wranglers was formed in 1999 by Sharon Toups when she noticed that her two children had the potential to begin learning country western dancing. Sharon was part of the Aggie Wranglers organization while in college at Texas A&M. She gathered together a few children and started Lil’Wranglers, modeled after the Texas A&M Aggie Wranglers. Aggie Wranglers is a country and western jitterbug dance group at A&M that performs at various events in the community and internationally. To date, Lil’Wranglers have performed at more than 350 events.

Lil’Wranglers and Aggie Wranglers are part of a deep rooted tradition that is rich in history. It is something that families can share, and parents like Sharon can pass down to their children.

This organization enables children and youth to learn, perform and compete across the state. The individuals involved cultivate a love for dance and spread the spirit of Aggieland wherever they go. The program blesses those who participate and those who have the privilege of watching the performances.

Lil’Wranglers could not exist without the support and donations of local businesses and individuals, specifically those listed below.

A-1 Flagpoles & Flags
Adamson Engineering, LLC
America’s Country Store
Brazos Valley Recycling
Bronstad Family
Caldwell Country Chevrolet
Rockdale Country Read the rest of this entry »

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Lawn and Garden

Nowadays,  lush green front yards in Aggieland are few and far between, but when I do, I remember when I was a kid and really enjoyed the lush grass. Despite the changing times, healthy lawns and gardens will never go out of style. Maintaining a healthy lawn is a key part of taking care of your home. Here are some tips on how to keep your grass and flower beds in tip top shape.

Mow high and mow less. When mowing your yard, keep in mind that the shorter you mow your lawn, the harder it will be to keep it looking green. Try cutting your grass at a height of about three to three and a half inches. If you cut your grass too short, it is likely to suffer from a weak, root system and will not be healthy enough to obtain the water and nutrients it needs from the soil.

Leave the clippings in your yard. The myth that these will create thatch is not true. Grass blades consist mainly of water but also contain many nutrients. Eventually, you will be able to use less Read the rest of this entry »

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