DOROTHY H. O’CONNOR PET ADOPTION CENTER
Too many veterans are still not filing for their veteran benefits. I have been running into many World War II, Korean, Vietnam and recent war veterans who are not aware of the benefits they have earned and deserve.
Veterans who left high school before graduating to in the United States Armed Forces, may qualify to receive their high school diploma from the school in which they would have graduated from.
The 27th annual Knowledge Bowl, benefitting the Victoria Adult Literacy Council, will add a new division for college or university students this year.
In honor of the community service that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. encouraged, the Humility Project will host Blessing Bags and Change from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church.
Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.
With less than two weeks until Christmas, the Salvation Army is falling behind the Red Kettle Campaign goal for 2019, according to a news release from the Salvation Army.
Rose Drost, of Victoria, has a soft spot in her heart for anyone experiencing health problems, a strong desire to help them and beautiful penmanship.
Crossroads residents can get an early glimpse of “The Nutcracker” and all of its fantastical holiday merriment and graceful dancing before it takes the stage in Victoria from Dec. 12-15.
Bluebonnet Youth Ranch has established the Jefferson Flowers Memorial Fund in honor of Dr. Jeff Flowers Jr., a long-time proponent and active member of the Bluebonnet Youth Ranch community, according to a news release.
Victoria’s Salvation Army is taking applications for families who qualify for the Angel Tree, the annual Christmas program that provides gifts for families in need.
The American Red Cross of the Coastal Bend is hosting a meeting to recruit volunteers 10-11 a.m. Tuesday in the Bronte Room of the Victoria Public Library.
ROCKPORT – Andrea Carlson relaxed in a chair Thursday on the back porch of Rhonda and Marty Cantu’s home, tucked in a quiet, unassuming cul-de-sac on San Leanna Drive.
Music lovers with earbuds in their ears or headphones wrapped around their heads dancing in public like no one is watching is always an entertaining sight to see.
Brooke Garcia will be the next Victoria County United Way executive director, effective June 24, according to a news release from the United Way.
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