Sweet sensation: Sugar Land girl recognized for entrepreneurship

Colombian raw brown sugar and a touch of orange have become a recipe for success for young entrepreneur Sabrina Roesler.

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The 9-year-old Sugar Land fourth grader was recognized as the Lemonade Day Houston 2020 Youth Entrepreneur of the Year in October for her business, Fresh’n Juicy. She won a free bicycle for her efforts.

Lemonade Day began in Houston in 2007 to help children launch their own lemonade stands with the idea that they donate some of their proceeds to a cause of their choice. Since then, more than 1 million children from 84 communities across the United States, Canada, Bermuda and South Africa have participated. Sabrina began her Lemonade Day journey last year.

“I originally got into it because I thought it was a place to have fun and just as a game. But

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Sugar Land Town Square set for multiphase makeover

Sugar Land Town Square is getting a makeover that will bring new outdoor gathering spaces, fresh branding and unique local retailers to the pedestrian-oriented development in the heart of one of the nation’s most diverse communities, owner Lionstone Investments announced.

Lionstone, which purchased the property at Texas 6 and U.S. 59 in 2013, is collaborating with Dallas-based Rebees, Sugar Land-based Planned Community Developers and the city of Sugar Land on the multiphase project.

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“For many years, Sugar Land Town Square has served as a hub for community engagement. We are investing aggressively in its future at a time when many other projects are scaling back,” Lionstone Chief Operating

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