What to expect on Community Crossroads

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

We hear from Marc Hinojosa with the Victoria Christian Assistance Ministry.

Their annual raffle is on Saturday, September 25. It will be a digital event due to coronavirus concerns.

The grand prize is a $1,000 H-E-B gift card, 30 prizes valued from $50 to $750. Tickets are available at 108 N. Liberty for $25 for 6 or $5 each.

You do not need to be present for the drawing. Call 361-572-0048 for more information.

We learn about a new community program, Getting Better, Together, being done in partnership with the University of Houston-Victoria and Victoria County.

By volunteering in this research study, you can get more involved in your own health and contribute knowledge that will make a difference in the future care of patients.

This study is being conducted by the University of Houston-Victoria School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development.

If you have questions or are interested in participating, please contact Brent Lang, UHV assistant professor of psychology, at (361) 570-4283 or bettertogether@uhv.edu.

And we also take in a performance, along with interviews by the Victoria Ballet Theatre.

This is ahead of their upcoming Fall for Dance dance concert at the Welder Center on Saturday, September 25.

There are two showtimes, one at 3 p.m. and another at 7 p.m.

Call 361-570-TKTS to secure your tickets.

Community Crossroads Air Times
Showtimes are:

Sunday 9/19/21
Sunday 9/19/21
Sunday 9/19/21
No airing due to football

Our segments are also posted on our YouTube channel after television air times.

That’s what you can expect this weekend on Community Crossroads.

Do you have a story or segment idea for Community Crossroads?

Email castrain@victoriatelevision.com or omora@victoriatelevision.com to share your ideas.

Carolina Astrain and Ozzy Mora are the hosts for Community Crossroads.