On the fringes of the 2015-2016 school term, I propose that we seek to confirm God’s truth about the teacher-student relationship in Uvalde. Both groups will impress each other uniquely and permanently.
Come Friday night, the class of 2015 will have walked the stage, grabbed their diplomas and tossed their hats high into the air, punctuating the end to their high school careers. And though with each year we get a fresh crop of eager young graduates, it does not make each and every occasion any less special.
Lena “Marina” Garcia has announced that she will soon be publishing her second children’s book, “The Big Forest.” Following the release of her first book, “The Spiders Christmas,” her latest literary endeavor describes the experiences of a group of neighborhood friends. “Come and join Eugene and his two best friends, Jimmy Bells and Trey, in their summertime fun and adventures in the old clapboard house neighborhood,” Garcia said of the book. “Find out what happens when the boys try to smoke out the would-be wild animals in their playground...”
First State Bank of Uvalde is hosting an essay contest in recognition of financial literacy month. The contest is open to students in sixth through ninth grades who may or may not have a young savers account.
Following news of Uvalde Food Pantry being nominated by San Antonio Food Bank as Food Pantry of the Year, we offer a hearty congratulations on their continued efforts to feed those in need. We also echo the pantry’s call for increased volunteerism. According to Tru Hiatt, pantry director, there is a base of around 100 volunteers, but not all of these volunteers show up for each sacking and distribution activity.
Auditions for the fourth-annual Uvalde’s Got Talent competition will be held Tuesday from 4-6 p.m. in the John H. Harrell Auditorium at Uvalde High School. Auditions are free and open to all ages and talents from any area