What to expect on Community Crossroads

This week on Community Crossroads

VICTORIA, Texas – Here’s a look at what to expect this weekend on Community Crossroads.

We hear from Robin Cadle, CEO of the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent, and learn how we can support them during Hunger Action Month.

The food bank’s mission aims at “helping heal the hurt of hunger.”

The non-profit supports the needs of children, families, and seniors through food distribution, nutrition education, advocacy and strategic partnerships in its 9,963 square mile service area, according to its website.

The Victoria County Elections Office is hiring four election judges. Margetta Hill, Victoria County Elections Administrator, shares what’s on the ballot for November 2.

We meet Texas Baby Miss Heart of the USA and the charitable work she is doing to help those impacted by Hurricane Ida.

If you would like to make a donation, please deliver them to Brotherz Barber Shop at 1901 Stolz St. in Victoria.

Turkeyfest is upon us. We learn about the Turkey Trot from Emily Weatherly with the Cuero Wellness Center.

Cuero hosted its first Turkey Trot on November 25, 1912. According to its website, 30,000 people flocked to town to see over 18,000 turkeys herded down Main Street.

We learn about job training opportunities at Goodwill Industries of South Texas.

Goodwill South Texas serves 20 counties. Their corporate offices are in Corpus Christi, TX.

Community Crossroads Air Times

Showtimes are:
KAVU
Saturday at 5 p.m.
KMOL
Sunday at 10 a.m.
KVCT
Sunday at 5 p.m.
KXTS
Sunday at 7 a.m.
That’s what you can expect this weekend on Community Crossroads.
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Carolina Astrain and Ozzy Mora are the hosts for Community Crossroads.