Community Crossroads welcomes The MOB Nation

The MOB Nation is on Community Crossroads this weekend. MOB is the acronym for Mom Owned Businesses. The MOB is a relationship-focused networking and community for women who are juggling motherhood and owning their own business. Learn more by clicking here. The official launch will take place at Vela Farms on the Square, September 19th at 6 p.m.

Pack the Bus is August 10-12. The event raises school supplies for about 3600 children in the Crossroads. Drop off your donation at HEB on Navarro or HEB on Rio Grande. Visit Faith Family Church at 2002 E. Mockingbird Lane or call them at 361-573-2484. Pastor Mark Longoria will talk about how it all started back in 2005.

Billy T. Cattan Recovery Outreach Inc. is having a ribbon cutting to celebrate its new home at 802 East Crestwood Drive. Call them at 361-576-4673 or click here for more information. The event is August 10th at 11 a.m.

We’ll also meet Jordan Holy, a Jiu Jitsu expert. He owns The Holy Grail Jiu Jitsu studio at 5803 N. John Stockbauer. For more information call them at 361-412-9099. Jordan says he trains anyone willing to learn starting at age 3.

ParaVida Wellness is on the show. They are offering a free nutrition workshop to the public on August 8th at 6 p.m. at 1405 East Airline Road, Suite A. Call them at 361-703-5102 or click here.

Next week, The Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art will tell us about an event August 25th. Visit the museum today at 1201 N. Moody. Call them at 361-572-0016 or click here. We’re also meeting with eight DJs who worked in Victoria in the 70s. It’s a reunion you won’t want to miss.

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