The public is invited to a Pancake Dinner on Monday, April 15, at the Pleasanton High School Cafeteria. Serving will be from 6-9 p.m. Plates are $7 each and will include pancakes, sausage, bacon and drinks. The Easter Bunny will be there for photos. Proceeds benefit PHS Project Grad 2019.
The Brush Country Featured Artist for March and April is Linda Susan (Susie) Davis. She is a retired teacher who has taught and substituted in Charlotte, Jourdanton, Pleasanton and Poteet. Linda, or Susie to her friends and family, is the daughter of the late Henry and Adell Schwarz Schroeter. She was born in the same small hospital in Poteet where […]
First Baptist Church The Pleasanton First Baptist Church choir will present the Easter musical, “One Day on Palm Sunday,” on April 14 at 10:50 a.m. The community is cordially invited to this special musical worship service the Sunday before Easter. The musical is directed by John Coleman. Soloists include Jacob Henson, Lisa Coleman, Pat Cox, John Henson, Jr. and Tammy […]
For 2019 Poteet Strawberry Growers of the Year Vance and Ruth Ann Schultze, the farming life is a way to stay connected to family. “It brings me back to my dad. My dad is with me all the time when I’m here,” Ruth said about her father, the late Kenneth Hoffman who passed away in 2016. He is the namesake […]
“Walo’s Strawberry Farm is an idea that my grandfather, Don Augustine Orta, had been dreaming of when he settled in Poteet in the early 1900s,” said Leticia Salinas. She and husband John Salinas’ farm is located at 1060 Briones Road in Poteet. “Being a Mexican immigrant and not knowing the English language, Augustine bought a mule at auction and began […]
Pre-K requirements: Must be 4 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2019 and must meet one of the following guidelines: •Qualify as an ESL/Bilingual student •Align with state income requirements •Families/students who are considered homeless •Is now or has ever been in the conservatorship of Department of Family and Protective Services •Have a parent who is an Active […]
July 13 is right around the corner. If you are related to Ana and Gregorio Esparza or think you might be, you are invited to join us. Ana and Gregorio had three sons that survived the fall of the Alamo, Manuel, Francisco and Enrique. Manuel married Melchora Delgado Leal and settled in Atascosa County. Manuel and Melchora had 14 children, […]