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Princess camp lets girls have a ball
Jul 26, 2016 | 10 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Contributed photo.Cinderella's Princess Dance & Art Camp was held July 11-14 at Cinderella Dance & Gym in Mathis. The girls attending the camp enjoyed painting classes, crafts, tumbling, dance, sing alongs, story time, a pinata and games. The girls dressed as their favorite princess each day and on their last day of the camp, families attended a coronation presentation. The group of girls performed a dance routine and each girl was crowned a princess with a beautiful rhinestone tiara. From left, back row, Orene Harris-Custer and Leah Alfaro Escobar. From left, front row, princeses Celeste Garcia, Emma Westbrook, Rilynn Beard, Olivia Rivera and Maya Voohries.
Contributed photo.Cinderella's Princess Dance & Art Camp was held July 11-14 at Cinderella Dance & Gym in Mathis. The girls attending the camp enjoyed painting classes, crafts, tumbling, dance, sing alongs, story time, a pinata and games. The girls dressed as their favorite princess each day and on their last day of the camp, families attended a coronation presentation. The group of girls performed a dance routine and each girl was crowned a princess with a beautiful rhinestone tiara. From left, back row, Orene Harris-Custer and Leah Alfaro Escobar. From left, front row, princeses Celeste Garcia, Emma Westbrook, Rilynn Beard, Olivia Rivera and Maya Voohries.
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Cinderella’s Princess Dance & Art Camp was held July 11-14 at Cinderella Dance & Gym in Mathis. The girls attending the camp enjoyed painting classes, crafts, tumbling, dance, sing-alongs, story time, a pinata and games. The girls dressed as their favorite princess each day and on their last day of the camp, families attended a coronation presentation. The group of girls performed a dance routine and each girl was crowned a princess with a beautiful rhinestone tiara. From left, on back row are Orene Harris-Custer and Leah Alfaro Escobar; and front row, princesses Celeste Garcia, Emma Westbrook, Rilynn Beard, Olivia Rivera and Maya Voohries.
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Future Coastal Bend College students are invited to cougar Days on July 28. This event gives students a chance to learn about the college and the programs offered.
Future Coastal Bend College students are invited to cougar Days on July 28. This event gives students a chance to learn about the college and the programs offered.
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Mayor Wanda Dukes sits at her desk at City Hall, keeping regular hours since being sworn in as the first black woman to be mayor of Refugio on July 19. She was appointed by the city council to fill the mayor's position upon the resignation of Joey Heard.
Tim Delaney photo Mayor Wanda Dukes sits at her desk at City Hall, keeping regular hours since being sworn in as the first black woman to be mayor of Refugio on July 19. She was appointed by the city council to fill the mayor's position upon the resignation of Joey Heard.
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Refugio mayor logged long path of hard work
Jul 25, 2016 | 564 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Mayor Wanda Dukes sits at her desk at City Hall, keeping regular hours since being sworn in as the first black woman to be mayor of Refugio on July 19. She was appointed by the city council to fill the mayor's position upon the resignation of Joey Heard.
Tim Delaney photo Mayor Wanda Dukes sits at her desk at City Hall, keeping regular hours since being sworn in as the first black woman to be mayor of Refugio on July 19. She was appointed by the city council to fill the mayor's position upon the resignation of Joey Heard.
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A full story on Mayor Wanda Dukes will appear in this week’s County Press.
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San Patricio Diabetic Support Group to meet in early August
Jul 25, 2016 | 36 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The San Patricio Diabetic Support Group will hold a meeting at the San Patricio County Fairgrounds Civic Center, Meeting Rooms A&B, 219 West Fifth Street in Sinton on Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. The meeting topic will be on High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol and will be presented by Adel Fuentes, R.N. Wellness consultant with Christus Spohn Health Education. Refreshments will be served and door prizes will be given. The meeting and information are free. Relatives, friends and care providers are also invited to attend. Individuals with disabilities who require an auxiliary aid, service, or accommodation in order to participate in any Extension event can contact their County Extension Office at 361-364-6234 at least one week in advance of the program in order for proper arrangements to be made. For further information contact San Patricio County IHC at 361-364-6217 or Kathy Farrow, San Patricio County extension agent-FCS, at 361-364-6234.
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