The Forest Image

The Forest Image

20+ Years In Business!
20+ Years In Business!
Best of Local
Best of Local
2820 Chestnut Ridge, Kingwood, Texas 77339

The Forest Image

20+ Years In Business!
20+ Years In Business!
Best of Local
Best of Local
2820 Chestnut Ridge, Kingwood, Texas 77339

About

The good news from the forest - A Lake Houston Area Magazine

As many know, we have served the Greater Lake Houston area for over 25 years! Our involvement within the community has evolved into something special that we are so happy to be a part of and as time goes on we plan to continue that tradition. Our vision is to involve our readers, the citizens of our community in the unique beauty and experience of living in the Lake Houston area. Through the local businesses and non profit organizations that make this area the crown jewel of the vast Houston metroplex.

Features

Mailed directly to over 38,000 targeted homes
Lake Houston Area
Kingwood
Atascocita
Humble
Oakhurst
Fall Creek
The Commons

Location

2820 Chestnut Ridge, Kingwood, Texas 77339
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January 16, 2019
From the Forest Image: fresh START

New year resolutions don’t have to be sources of stress, especially when it means living healthier.

May 16, 2019
Picture pages: Mike and Layna Netek help relaunch the Forest Image as a staple area publication

Friendship is a powerful thing. Husband and wife couple Mike and Layna Netek are a perfect example. They are co-owners of the Forest Image magazine along with Veranda restaurant owners and former LocalMeA subjects Pat and Ray Guard.

Must Read Articles

July 26, 2019
Review: Big Rivers Waterpark and Adventures brings big time fun to Greater East Montgomery County

The newest family destination is here to beat the summer heat and for those living in Greater East Montgomery County or northern Harris County, they won’t have to drive far to find it. Big Rivers Waterpark and Adventures is now open, and it brings wi

By Johnston Farrow
July 02, 2019
imPRESSive: Young business manager transforms Kingwood Cleaners into a highly rated shop

Paul Woo learned his work ethic firsthand, growing up in his parents’ dry-cleaning business in Rochester Hills, Michigan, where they would work 12 hours a day, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday.

By Johnston Farrow
May 29, 2019
Family Matters: Unique Showroom welcomes a new generation to remodeling business

It is rare these days to see a business passed along from one generation to the next, but one Lake Houston area home renovation company is keeping it all in the family.

By Johnston Farrow

Recent Posts

September 13, 2019
The Signorelli Company donates $2.0 million to endow scholarships for EMC Scholarship Foundation

Danny Signorelli, Angie Signorelli, Kevin Layne, Sandra Ferguson, Lauren Bevilacqua with The Signorelli Company. Frank McCrady, Brenda Webb, Dr. Katherine Persson, Dan Muirhead, Cassandra Rincones, Isidor Ybarra, John Darst, Stephen Carlisle, Martin Zeped...

September 11, 2019
Humble ISD focusing on being the light for children

  Humble ISD empowers and inspires teachers to use their professional expertise to...

September 08, 2019
LocalMeA Minute - EMCID’s 2nd Annual Electronics Recycling Event

    In this LocalMeA Minute brought to you by Unique Showroom Bath & Kitchens...