There is a Bull Bash in Beeville February 1st at BeeCountyExpoCenter. Doors open at 6 pm, Bull riding starts at 7:30. $10 adults, $5 for kids 12 and under. Proceeds donated to Bee County Junior Livestock Association Scholarship Fund. Pre-sale tickets available at Pantry stores in Beeville.
The calallen education foundation cordially invites you to attend the 3rd annual Casino Night Fundraiser. Enjoy a silent auction, games, dinner, drinks and fun! Saturday February 1st from 6-11pmat the Corpus ChristiGreyhound Racetrack. Tickets can be purchased at the Calallen ISD Central Office 4205 Wildcat Drive. For more information call 242-5600.
Join the fun in sunny Aransas Pass November 8th for Texas's fastest growing Hamfest! There's 8,000 sq ft. of space, over 100 tables with vendors, forums, presentations and lots of prizes. There's also a large tailgate area with even more great deals. For more information visit www.southtexashamfest.org
The Texas Department of Transportation reminds drivers that free, year-round child safety seat checks are available at the agency's 25 statewide district offices. Available by appointment, the safety checks are conducted by certified techninicians who can determine if your child is properly buckled into an age and size appropriate safety seat. For more information visit www.SaveMeWithASeat.com
Annaville Baptist Church will be presenting Judgement House's Where There's Smoke There's Fire. Judgement House is a 7 scene walk through drama which presents viewers with a gripling story and real life challenges. The walk through takes place throughout a series of rooms or scenes. With each scene a unique story will unfold asking the question what happens when you die. The Judgement House experience takes approximately one hour and groups of 15-20 every 10 minutes. Reservations are highly recomended to avoid wait time but walk ins are welcome. This is a free presentation by the Acts of Faith Drama Ministry at Annaville Baptist Church. For more information or to get your reservation visit www.annaville.com or call 361-241-9557. Presentation dates and times are October 12, 19, 25,26. November 1, 2, All show times on these dates are 4pm to 8pm. October 31 6pm to 9pm.
Dollar Per Month Charitable Foundation (DPM™) is a web-based 501(c)3 charitable foundation whose members donate a minimum of $1/month through the organization’s website at www.dollarpermonth.org. Those funds are pooled and divided among three charities that have been carefully vetted by the DPM team to ensure that the charities have a long-term reputation for using donors' funds responsibly. The charities represent a diverse array of causes including the environment, human rights, children's issues, animals, human trafficking, hunger, and literacy. Every month members vote for their favorite charity and the money is then allocated at 50%, 30%, and 20%, so each of the three charities benefits. Past recipients of DPM™ donations include Doctors Without Borders, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Free the Children, Project A.L.S., Worldwide Orphans Foundation, Teach for America and many more. For a complete list of charities that have been funded by DPM, please visit www.DollarPerMonth.org/vote. Additionally, for a list of testimonials from the awesome organizations we’ve supported, please visit www.dollarpermonth.org/impact-stories-testimonials.
Since more and more people are reducing their cancer risk through healthy eating, exercise, regular medical screenings and by not smoking, the preventable cancers are starting to feel paranoid, unwanted and unloved. You can add to their anxiety and “Stop Cancer Before It Starts!”
FOR AMERICA’S WOUNDED WARRIORS, SOMETIMES COMING HOME CAN BE A BATTLE IN ITSELF. EVERY ONE OF THEM NEEDS OUR SUPPORT TO MEET THE CHALLENGES THEY FACE EVERY DAY. THE USO PROVIDES AMERICANS A WAY TO SUPPORT OUR WOUNDED WARRIORS AND THEIR FAMILIES. VISIT USO.ORG TO LEARN HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR LIVES.
The Better Business Bureau offers tips to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft. For more information visit. www.corpuschristi.bbb.org/shred
The Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) is a grassroots networks of volunteers who work to educate seniors and other Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries on how to protect, detect, and report health care fraud. For more information visit www.stopmedicarefraud.gov
Adopt a real manatee and help protect an endangered species at the same time. Funds from the Club’s Adopt-A-Manatee program go toward efforts to help protect manatees and their habitat. Unlike other animal adoption programs, the manatees in our adoption programs are real, living manatees with known histories. You even have the opportunity of seeing your adopted manatee at one of three locations in Florida. For more information visit
If you see a teen or adult collapse, call 9-1-1 and push hard and fast in the center of the chest. The American Heart Associations hands only CPR can more than double or triple a persons chances of survival. Take 60 seconds and hustle to www.heart.org/handsonlycpr to learn how you can save a life.
The Matching Donors website links organ donors with people in need of a kidney and other transplants. If you've ever considered becoming a living organ donor or if you are someone in need of an organ transplant, visit www.matchingdonors.com
For the latest survey results on political, business and lifestyle polling news and information visit www.rasmussenreports.com
Austin Boxer Rescue, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, is in need of temporary foster families for dogs until a permanent placement can be found. For more information contact Melissa Smith 210-315-2923 or by email at email@example.com
Every Tuesday Night from 6:00 to 9:00. Classes cover different topics to help parents with children of all age groups
including the Total Transformation Curriculum. Refreshments will be provided. This event is hosted by Circles of Care at 5333 Everhart Road Suite 104 A, Corpus Christi, Texas 78411
Please RSVP to Henry Martinez at 361-765-1254