IMPACTS ROUNDUP: USA Ninja Challenge now open and more

USA Ninja Challenge opened May 1 in Webster. (Courtesy USA Ninja Challenge)
USA Ninja Challenge opened May 1 in Webster. (Courtesy USA Ninja Challenge)

USA Ninja Challenge opened May 1 in Webster. (Courtesy USA Ninja Challenge)

Here is a roundup of business news from Clear Lake and League City.

Now Open

USA Ninja Challenge opened with classes at 309 Ibis St., Webster, on May 1. The business allows children ages 4-17 to play and train in a gym full of swinging ropes, monkey bars, climbing walls, rope walls and other equipment designed to make participants feel like a ninja. The business offers classes for children and teenagers that teach fitness, agility and life skills. USA Ninja Challenge also hosts various camps and parties for birthdays, fundraisers, graduations and more. 346-336-4652.

Coming Soon

The Water Tree plans to open a 1,000-square-foot location at South Shore Center, 3020 Marina Bay Drive, League City. A timeline has not been established. The Water Tree sells alkaline water, which the business claims is healthier than standard water. The Houston-based business also sells related products, including shower heads and water bottles. 713-988-8833.

Name Changes

Partners in Primary Care on April 5 changed its name to CenterWell Senior Primary Care. The business has locations across the Greater Houston area, including 3915 Spencer Highway, Pasadena. According to its website, CenterWell Senior Primary Care offers seniors a primary care physician who looks at the big picture of a patient’s health, develops personalized health care plans and coordinates the patient’s journey through the health care system. 713-265-6955.

In the News

As of March 22, workers had installed synthetic grass at the Texas Avenue Park Splash Pad at 1711 N. Texas Ave., Webster, to replace the rubber surface that would get hot in the sun. The city opened the splash pad in April. 281-332-1826.
By Jake Magee

Editor, Bay Area & Pearland/Friendswood

Jake has been a print journalist for several years, covering numerous beats including city government, education, business and more. Starting off at a daily newspaper in southern Wisconsin, Magee covered two small cities before being promoted to covering city government in the heart of newspaper's coverage area. He moved to Houston in mid-2018 to be the editor for and launch the Bay Area edition of Community Impact Newspaper. Today, he covers everything from aerospace to transportation to flood mitigation.