Charlotte students Emily (8th grade), Ariel (10th grade) and Orlando (3rd grade) Ramon are the children of Melinda and Jacob Ramon.
It was January 14, 1939, (81) in Halletsville, Texas, deep in the heart of cowboys, ranchers and toughas nails young boys that Stephen Richter was born to a rough-and-tumble farmer and rancher. When I asked Steve how long he had been a horseloving rancher he replied, “I was born that way.” You would find it hard to doubt him. He […]
Adelina Cantu Huizar was born on Sunday, Sept. 5, 1920, to Refugio Pedro Marouse Huizar and Dolores Quinones Cantu in Coughran, Atascosa County, Texas. Adelina was one of nine children in the Huizar family: Guadalupe Huizar, Adelina Huizar, Dolores Huizar Garcia, Refugio Huizar, Lazaro Huizar, Margarita Huizar Jaso, Eloida Huizar Garcia, Manuel Huizar and Emilio Huizar. Adelina attended several schools […]
The Pleasanton Church of Christ would like to invite you all, our community, to a worship service devoted to prayer. This Sunday, Sept. 6, the Pleasanton Church of Christ will be devoting our time together in worship to praying that God would bring about a change and healing in our global and local communities. With so much fear, violence and […]
Help local organizations raise funds on Thursday, Sept. 10 and be a part of the Big Give SA. Some of this year’s local participants include: •Atascosa Health Center •Lytle Community Health Center •Children’s Alliance of South Texas, A Child Advocacy Center •CASA of South Texas •Connections Individual and Family Services •County Line Community Band •San Antonio Council on Alcohol and […]
This Saturday, Sept. 5, the Ata-Bexar Fire Department will sponsor a spaghetti dinner from 12 noon until 6 p.m. The fundraiser will take place at their fire station, located at 25580 Pleasanton Road, San Antonio, Texas 78264. Plates will be available to go only and can be purchased that day for $7 each. The meal will include spaghetti and meat […]
As The New York Times reported on Aug. 7, “Teachers are normally the leading reporters of suspected abuse, calling for help when they notice bruises or signs of hunger or mistreatment at home. Now, teachers get a glimpse of their students only in a virtual classroom, if they see them at all.” We as advocates know that incidents of child […]
September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time when the Pleasanton Library joins the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide to remind parents, caregivers and students that signing up for a library card is the first step on the path to academic achievement and lifelong learning. The Pleasanton Library, along with libraries everywhere, continue to adapt and expand services […]