Community Crossroads welcomes Twice Blessed Showroom

Twice Blessed Showroom helps charities

The Twice Blessed Showroom is a fundraising arm of the United Methodist Church. It is run by volunteers. Every year, Twice Blessed donates thousands of dollars to area charities. Residents can also earn money by putting items on consignment. The showroom is at 104 W. Commercial Street near Main and Commercial in Downtown Victoria. Call them at 361-574-9655. Click here for more.

VBEC Needs Mentors

The Victoria Business and Education Coalition, VBEC, needs mentors. To learn more call 361-572-8232. Or click here. VBEC has about 150 mentors, but always has room for more. Mentors meet with an Elementary or Middle School aged student once a week for 30 minutes.

Voices of Victoria

The Victoria Professional Express Network, VPEN, is helping House of Palms raise money. House of Palms is still looking for an Executive Director and will open soon after the position is filled. House of Palms is a residential facility for pregnant and teen moms. VPEN is putting on Voices of Victoria. Clay Crockett and Nation of Believers is the headlining act. Newscenter25 Sunrise Anchor Haley Closson will also sing two special songs. The event is February 28, 2019 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Faith Family Church. For more information call 361-649-6044. On March 7, 2019, House of Palms will show off its new facility.

Victoria College hosts James Cunningham

On Monday, February 18, 2019, Comic James Cunningham will speak at Victoria College as part of its Lyceum Lecture Series. Cunningham teaches young people about real world financial issues. Local financial planner David Faskas of KMH Wealth Management, LLC is on the show to talk on several financial issues. Click here for more information regarding James Cunningham. To reach David Faskas call 361-573-4383 or click here.

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If you have a story idea for Community Crossroads email James here. You can catch the show on Saturday on KAVU ABC at 5 p.m. Sunday on CBS at 7 a.m., NBC at 10 a.m. and FOX at 5 p.m.

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