A third of the year is almost over and the month of May will soon be here. St. Andrew’s Church picnic (May 6) prepares the month for elections May 12 & 29),
Mother’s Day (May 13), graduations (college and high school) and then Memorial Day (May 28). Whew!
Factor family Many folks have been wondering how Adam Factor, son of Gilbert Factor and Carolina Factor and brother to Emily and Marissa, of Pleasanton is doing after a horrible wreck he survived in Oklahoma. He was involved in a multi-vehicle pile up due to fog on March 31. He is very lucky to be alive according to his family. Adam is still in ICU but is progressing and is hopeful to be in a room soon. His family is thankful for all the prayers and thoughts that have been sent their way. His fiancee Rebecca Thompson was following him and witnessed the crash. On a side note, Adam’s bulldog, Eva, was in the wreck and must have run away due to the confusion. They are hoping she was picked up by a passing motorist and will be returned.
VIdeos online In keeping up with newsworthy items whethere it is civic, sports, education or just plain fun – the Pleasanton Express is pleased to bring you these video clips of information. For those who were unable to attend the Pleasanton City Council meeting on April 19, City Manager Bruce Pearson made a concise and passionate plea to the council and to the citizens to move forward concerning the Community Center/Library project. Please view it at: www.pleasantonexpress.com
SUE BROWN is the Editor of the Pleasanton Express. Contact her at (830)281-2341 or email@example.com.
Your opinion Each week we set up a poll on our website. Please take some time to visit it and vote. This week’s question is:
How has the oil boom
1. New career for self/family
2. My business is benefitting
3. Too much traffic
4. It has not effected me at all
Last week’s results: 97 votes.
Are you happy at work?
1. Yes – 40% (39 votes)
2. No – 18% (17 votes)
3 . Sometimes – 31% (30
4. Only on Friday – 11% (11