There will be a benefit to help with costs for the mounting medical bills and needs of the family of Rebekah Florez, the teen who was diagnosed with cancer and is still hanging on despite being taken off of life support last week. It will be held at El Castillo Restaurant this Saturday, August 4 from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. A plate and bake sale plus live music by First to Follow and Redeemed We Stand will be available. Tickets are $7.00. A prayer vigil was held last Saturday with over 600 in attendance. Pleasesee our front page of Living for the coverage.
Play Rodeo Riches We are in our second week of Rodeo Riches – the game where you sign up at our participating merchants to win great prizes and a chance for a $500 shopping spree! The winner will be announced at the Pleasanton Young Farmers’ Cowboy of the Year Rodeo and Festival on August 17. See our ad on page 14C for more information and good luck!
More photos, less $$ Have you seen all the photos we have on our website? Don’t you want to order some and save? Then this is your lucky month! There will be a 50% off SmugMug Back to School Sale for the month of August. Visit our website www.pleasantonexpress.com and click on the SmugMug button. View use coupon code B2S50 at checkout.
Your opinion Each week we set up a poll on our website www.pleasantonexpress.com. Please take some time to visit it and vote.
This week’s question is:
Which Volleyball team will have the most success this season?
1. Pleasanton Lady Eagles
2. Jourdanton Squaws
3. Poteet Agates
4. McMullen County Cowgirls
5. Charlotte Trojanettes
Last week’s results: 163 votes.
The sanctions against Penn State University were:
1. Too harsh – 25% (40 votes)
2. Right on target –
17% (27 votes)
3. Not harsh enough –
15% (24 votes)
4. Could never repair the
damage done –
5. Not concerned – 6%
SUE BROWN is the Editor of the Pleasanton Express. Contact her at 830-281-2341 or firstname.lastname@example.org