Lifestyle

Fri
17
Feb

Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra to present a Full Symphony Experience to Area 4th and 5th Grade Students

PRESS RELEASE: February 7, 2017 This year, with the help of presenting sponsor HEB, the CCSO will provide over 2500 area fourth and fifth grade students the opportunity to learnabout the orchestra and experience live symphonic music in a concert designed just for them.

 

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Fri
10
Feb

POTH UIL WINNERS

Gonzales High School students recently participated in the Poth UIL Pratice Meet with the following results: (Front) Kassie Gallegos, first in news writing and second in feature; Karina Contreras, third in ready writing and sixth in feature; Katie Bonilla, first in feature and third in headline; Madison Blundell, fifth in current issues/events, Mary San Miguel, second in news and fifth in social studies. (Back) Cassie Walker, first in editorial and fifth in news writing; Kelly Christian, fourth in news and sixth in headline writing; Kyle Krum, fourth in headline and sixth in editorial;and Brenden Rodriguez, fifth in editorial. Gonzales was named the first-place journalism team and the second-place social studies team.

 

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Thu
26
Jan

Congratulations to Kayla Mason and Lady H Stacey Manso

Congratulations to Kayla Mason and Lady H Stacey Manso 564/4 for exhibiting the Reserve Grand and Reserve Senior Champion Gray Female at the Fort Worth Livestock Show and Expo Brahman Show. Lady H Allison 912/6 was named Reserve Calf Champion Gray Female at the Fort Worth Livestock Show and Expo Brahman Show.     
 
Thu
26
Jan

Hallet Oak Gallery hosting Vic’s Open Mic Night

HALLETTSVILLE – Vic Dyer, an electric guitar instructor, will lead live performances for “Vic’s Open Mic Night - Blues Rock at the HOG” on Saturday, Jan. 28 from 6 to 9 p.m.  
 
“Vic’s Open Mic Night” will be featuring a variety of electronic guitar blues, rock and  country.        
 
Fri
20
Jan

Gonzales Master Gardeners to Host Lunch Seminar

It will be spring before you know it, although the past few weeks may have said otherwise!
 
Did you have to mow the lawn recently?
 

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Fri
20
Jan

The Rising Star 4-H Club meeting report

GONZALES – The Rising Star 4-H club held their meeting on Sunday, Jan.8, 2017 in the Master Gardener Building at 6 p.m.
 
The club is collecting old ink cartridges, cell phones, digital cameras, iPods, videogames, and small electronics.
 
Fri
13
Jan

Shiner Catholic School Honor Roll- First Quarter

High Honors: Austin Barton, Mallory Grabarkievtz, Audrey Green, Alex Hull, Allie Kutac, Sydney Mikes Honors: Ryan Bell, Alexis Cappleman, Haley Clampit, Irena Fikac, Jackie Hernandez, Kameron Knesek, Trinity Kusak, Noah Leist, Emmi Morgan, Clayton Reese, Nathan Walker 
 
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Fri
13
Jan

Comptroller Glenn Hegar releases biennial estimate

AUSTIN – Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar released the state’s Biennial Revenue Estimate today, showing the state is projected to have approximately $104.9 billion in revenue available for general- purpose spending during the 2018-19 biennium. This represents a 2.7 percent decrease from the amounts available for the 2016-17 biennium. It’s important to note that this decline is not due to a projected drop in total revenue collections from the 2016-17 biennium to the 2018-19 biennium.
 
Thu
22
Dec

Wal Mart Donates to Gonzales Primary Academy

Mrs. Angie Villarreal and her third grade students performed their Christmas program, A Peaceful Christmas. The audience enjoyed a slideshow that demonstrated how the set was created and snapshots of students and administrators from Gonzales Elementary. We thoroughly enjoyed listening to the pure, sweet voices singing traditional Christmas songs. Thank you so much students and Mrs. Villarreal for a lovely program.

 

 

Thu
22
Dec

GONZALES ELEMENTARY

Mrs. Angie Villarreal and her third grade students performed their Christmas program, A Peaceful Christmas. The audience enjoyed a slideshow that demonstrated how the set was created and snapshots of students and administrators from Gonzales Elementary. We thoroughly enjoyed listening to the pure, sweet voices singing traditional Christmas songs. Thank you so much students and Mrs. Villarreal for a lovely program.

 

 

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