Thumbs-up, thumbs-down; it's your choice

May 6, 2011 at 12:06 a.m.


Thumbs-up to Julie Zavala, definitely one of the most caring persons ever. We need more like her.

Charles, Edna

Thumbs-up to the excellent new exhibit at The Museum of The Coastal Bend, "Cattle Boom." This is a must-see for everyone in our area. People of all ages will enjoy.

Mary, Victoria

Thumbs-up to the local Crossroads Community Band and its director, Jay Lester, for a wonderful spring concert May 4 at the Victoria Fine Arts Center. The Victoria area is full of wonderful talent.

Definitely worth attending.

Hey Advocate, are we going to see an article on them soon?

Leslie, Victoria

Thumbs-up for the city council passing the "No Smoking" in public places.

Now, let's pass another ordinance that prohibits cell phones from all public places, especially doctors' offices and restaurants - very rude people, and very inconsiderate.

Carol, Victoria


Thumbs-down to another drought. I feel for our area farmers and ranchers. Pray for rain, lots and lots of it.

Joe, Victoria



Thumbs-up to P.W. Covington for helping out tornado victims in the South.

Thumbs-up to the Victoria Fire Department for painting one of their trucks pink to support breast cancer awareness.

Thumbs-up to the Anchor Club in Cuero for holding the annual special prom for special needs kids.

Thumbs-up to cosmetology students who gave senior citizens free haircuts and manicures to anyone 60 and older as part of a Mother's Day tribute - at the senior citizen center.


Thumbs-down to the stroke that Ziggy the Clown (Kim Rickman) endured. But thumbs-up to Victoria Jaycees for raising money to defray her recovery costs.

Thumbs-down to the power outage, which affected 350 Victoria customers on May 1.

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