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4th Graders Learn to Bake It Forward
4th Graders Learn to Bake It Forward
The students in Mrs. Beth Sinanan’s 4th-grade class at St. Theresa of Avila School in Gonzalez, La. are excited about filling their Bake It Forward tins with home-made brownies, cookies or even fudge.

iscnewsroom | Nov 08, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Sugar Land Heritage Foundation Plans Museum
Sugar Land Heritage Foundation Plans Museum
The Sugar Land Heritage Foundation formally announced last month their plans for the opening of a museum to celebrate the people and history of Sugar Land.

iscnewsroom | Oct 27, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
New Family Respite Center in Savannah
New Family Respite Center in Savannah
Imperial Sugar Company has committed $75,000 toward building a full-service, family waiting area at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, where its employees were treated after the 2008 refinery explosion.

iscnewsroom | Jul 07, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Blessing sheds a few tears while getting blood drawn a Legacy Clinic in Houston.
Houston’s Legacy Clinics Receive Corporate and Community Boost
Long before the current healthcare crisis in America, a group of clinics in the Houston area was providing affordable medical treatment to thousands of people who otherwise might go without.

isc | May 10, 2010 | Comments 2 Full Story
Chef Charles Pizzo’s pork with berry sauce
Sugar and Spice Makes Everything Nice
New Orleans chef and Imperial Sugar friend – Charles Pizzo – shares his thoughts about southern Louisiana food and details of his favorite recipe … Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Berry Sauce.

isc | May 07, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
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Success is Sweet for Lemonade Day’s Young Entrepreneurs
The sun could not outshine the bright smiles and colorful lemonade stands manned by young entrepreneurs celebrating Lemonade Day in the Houston area on Sunday, May 2. An estimated 50,000 future CEOs set up lemonade stands.

isc | May 03, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Pre-Lemonade Day Contest Stirs Up Excitement
Pre-Lemonade Day Contest Stirs Up Excitement
“What an event!” That was the response of George Muller, vice president of administration at Imperial Sugar Company, after attending the recent “Best Tasting Lemonade” contest held at the Children’s Museum of Houston.

isc | Apr 26, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Thousands of Kids Gear Up for Lemonade Day
Thousands of Kids Gear Up for Lemonade Day
Lemonade Day is just around the corner and Imperial Sugar Company is getting into the swing of things once again as title sponsor.

isc | Apr 16, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Imperial Sugar’s Port Wentworth plant manager Thomsa Rathke accepts the Black Expo award for Savannah Corporate Business of the Year.
Imperial Sugar Presents Business Opportunities at Black Expo
The Future of Black America was the theme of Savannah’s first Black Expo 2010, a family-oriented event that brought together the community with business opportunities and cultural resources. Imperial Sugar was there to talk about job opportunities and business collaboration.

isc | Apr 12, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Savannah Black Expo Focuses on Business and Jobs
Savannah Black Expo Focuses on Business and Jobs
The purpose of the Black Expo is to promote economic development through increased exposure for minority-owned businesses. The Black Expo is the largest event of its kind that directly targets the African-American community.

isc | Apr 08, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Everyone Wins at First Annual Greater Chatham Junior Miss
Everyone Wins at First Annual Greater Chatham Junior Miss
Savannah, Georgia, got a glimpse recently of future civic and business leaders at the First Annual Greater Chatham (County) Junior Miss program, staged to acknowledge outstanding youth in the community for their academic and talent achievements.

isc | Apr 07, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
Imperial Sugar Helps Community Clinic
Imperial Sugar Helps Community Clinic
Operated by the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Houston’s San Jose Clinic has been providing healthcare and health education to economically disadvantaged individuals and families in the Greater Houston area since 1922.

isc | Mar 17, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story
New Refinery Continues Sugar Town’s Legacy
New Refinery Continues Sugar Town’s Legacy
When David Reynaud steps outside his office at the News Examiner in Lutcher, Louisiana, to catch a quick smoke, he can hear the sound of massive steel pilings being driven into the ground. That sound is coming from the new sugar refinery being constructed in the neighboring town of Gramercy.

isc | Feb 01, 2010 | Comments 3 Full Story
Sugar Land’s 50th New Year
Sugar Land’s 50th New Year
The Town Square of Sugar Land, Texas, was crowded on New Year’s Eve with residents, business and government leaders, friends and neighbors who had all come together for special birthday (and New Year’s) party – the grand finale celebration of the city’s 50th anniversary.

isc | Jan 01, 2010 | Comments 0 Full Story