Brownsville Texas Fundraising

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  • 18th annual 30 Under 30 Awards on Wed., June 21 21 Mar 2019 08:38 Windy City Times Each year Windy City Times honors 30 outstanding LGBT individuals ( and allies ) for substantial contributions to the Chicagoland LGBT community in the fields of entertainment, politics, health, activism, academics, sports or other areas. The honors will …
  • Spot On: Ocelot festival, run emphasizes endangered cat 04 Mar 2019 07:25 Brownsville Herald Running through Gladys Porter Zoo can get a little wild. Runners on Sunday dressed up as spotted wild cats, gorillas, flamingos and various zoo critters as they joined the annual Ocelot Run to raise money and awareness for the endangered cat. Among the …
  • Ocelot festival, run emphasizes endangered cat 04 Mar 2019 05:35 Brownsville Herald Running through Gladys Porter Zoo can get a little wild. Runners on Sunday dressed up as spotted wild cats, gorillas, flamingos and various zoo critters as they joined the annual Ocelot Run to raise money and awareness for the endangered cat. Among the …
  • Charreada brings attention to student groups 28 Feb 2019 04:48 Brownsville Herald The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley ushered in Charro Days festivities with its annual Charreada. On Wednesday afternoon, approximately 100 students had already arrived at the event held on the Student Union Lawn to celebrate the bond between …
  • ‘Dragtavists’ protest the border wall in Texas — and yes, there was a musical number 26 Feb 2019 17:03 Myrtle Beach Sun News A group of Texas drag queens gathered at a section of border wall outside Brownsville over the weekend and threw a protest. “We’re gathered here today because we want to protest this monstrosity of a border wall,” Beatrix Lestrange, organizer of the No …
  • Rotary Peace Symposium set for Feb. 9 01 Feb 2019 21:36 Alice Echo News Journal Rotary recognizes February as Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month. Invites public to peace symposium at the Omni Corpus Christi Hotel Feb. 9 from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. Rotary District 5930 Governor Andrew Hagan, from The Rotary Club of …
  • Conjunto museum to host dance fundraiser 31 Jan 2019 16:00 Valley Morning Star The Texas Conjunto Music Hall of Fame and Museum will soon present the Thirteenth Annual Pre-Valentine’s Dance, “Noche de Ronda,” featuring The Highway 100 Band. The dance will be 8 p.m. to 12 midnight Saturday, Feb. 9, at the San Benito Knights of …
  • Reef rescue: Fish project bogged down temporarily 26 Jan 2019 05:38 Valley Morning Star The artificial reefing project known as “RGV Reef,” already responsible for a big boost to the red snapper population off South Padre Island, was pulled through a rough patch recently by a generous band of benefactors. So says Gary Glick, president of …
  • Reef rescue: Fish project bogged down temporarily 23 Jan 2019 08:41 Brownsville Herald The artificial reefing project known as “RGV Reef,” already responsible for a big boost to the red snapper population off South Padre Island, was pulled through a rough patch recently by a generous band of benefactors. So says Gary Glick, president of …
  • Fish project bogged down temporarily 23 Jan 2019 04:53 Brownsville Herald The artificial reefing project known as “RGV Reef,” already responsible for a big boost to the red snapper population off South Padre Island, was pulled through a rough patch recently by a generous band of benefactors. So says Gary Glick, president of …
  • US immigration changes dominated 2018 | Inquirer News 21 Dec 2018 17:37 Philippines News In this photo, taken Dec. 10, 2018, people look on from the Mexican side, left, as U.S. Border Patrol agents on the other side of the U.S. border wall in San Diego prepare for the arrival of hundreds of pro-migration protestors, seen from Tijuana, Mexico ( …
  • Border fight threatens shutdown as Trump virtual wall grows 21 Dec 2018 15:42 WFED NEW YORK (AP) — Children torn from their parents, refugees turned away, tear gas fired on asylum-seekers, and a president who says he’s making good on promises to protect the nation’s borders. In a breathless 2018, they were just a handful of headlines on …
  • US immigration changes dominated 2018 21 Dec 2018 10:37 Odessa American NEW YORK (AP) — Children torn from their parents, refugees turned away, tear gas fired on asylum-seekers, and a president who says he's making good on promises to protect the nation's borders. In a breathless 2018, they were just a handful of …
  • ‘The toughest year’: US immigration changes dominated 2018 21 Dec 2018 08:07 The Sacramento Bee Children torn from their parents, refugees turned away, tear gas fired on asylum-seekers, and a president who says he's making good on promises to protect the nation's borders. In a breathless 2018, they were just a handful of headlines on …
  • US immigration changes dominated 2018 21 Dec 2018 07:35 News Observer Children torn from their parents, refugees turned away, tear gas fired on asylum-seekers, and a president who says he's making good on promises to protect the nation's borders. In a breathless 2018, they were just a handful of headlines on …

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