Community Crossroads welcomes Eyes On Our Heroes
Victoria Eye Center is on Community Crossroads this weekend to talk about the 6th Annual Eyes On Our Heroes event. Three local heroes from Hurricane Harvey will receive a LASIK procedure on September 7, 2018. To nominate someone go to their Facebook page at VICTORIAEYECENTER before August 8, 2018. For more details call 361-578-0234 or go by 107 James Coleman Drive.
Nazareth Academy School is having its 16th Annual Fishing Tournament to support the organization. It is August 3rd and 4th. Holy Family Knights of Columbus #9088 helps organize the tournament. It’s all about readin’, ritin’ and reelin’. Nazareth Academy celebrates 152 years this school year. For more details call 361-485-2044.
The Texas Zoo is on the show to tell us about the Great Horned Owl named Farnsworth. He was a rescue at the zoo. Over the summer, The Texas Zoo is offering half price entrance fee starting at 4 p.m. Visit the 300 animals anytime. The Texas Zoo is at Riverside Park at 110 Memorial Drive or click here for more details. You can also call them at 361-573-7681.
Texas Made Fades needs your help to provide 300 hair cuts to students returning to school this year. It’s the 5th Annual Texas Made Fades Back-to-School event. They also raise money to buy backpacks. Kids of Destiny Childcare is on site to help with the children. Call 361-894-5435 for more information. The event is August 12, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can visit Texas Made Fades at 1417 East Airline Road.
And meet the Victoria East Cheerleaders. The young ladies are having a Cheer Camp. It starts Monday, July 30th. To learn more call 361-676-1956.
Next week, we have Para Vida on the show to talk about health eating. We’ll also talk with the Billy T. Cattan Recovery Outreach Center to learn more about their new location.
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