VICTORIA, Texas - The Food Bank Of The Golden Crescent encourages the community to support a major food drive.
The May Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is Saturday, May 13. This one-day food drive, organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), is the largest in the country, helping to fight hunger for over 25 years.
Leave a bag of non-perishable food items next to your mailbox on May 13 and your mail carrier will pick it up and deliver it to the Food Bank Of The Golden Crescent.
Robin Cadle, President/CEO of the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent, says,
“17.3 % of our family, friends and neighbors still face food insecurity."
Since it started, The May Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive has collected over 1.5 billion pounds of food.
Information from the Food Bank Of The Golden Crescent.
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Don Brubaker served as sports director at KAVU-TV from August 1984 to July 2020. In late July he took over as main news anchor at the station. This Houston native came to Victoria after four and a half years working in the sports department at KPRC-TV in Houston. Before graduating from the University of Houston Don worked in the sports departments of the Houston Post and KPRC radio. While at KAVU-TV, Don has won state awards for his sportscasting from the Texas Girls Coaches Association and by the Associated Press. In 2010, Don received the sports award from the African American Chamber Of Commerce of Victoria. In 2011, Don received state sportswriter of the year honors from TAPPS. That same year Don and “Friday Football Fever” were featured in “Texas High School Football: More Than The Game”, a special exhibit at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin. In 2012, Don received the golf media excellence award from the Southern Texas PGA. Don and his wife, Cecilia, have two grandsons, Nick and Luke.