The proceeds from the Ball will help provide funding for the many community and international projects and programs Rotary provides and/or has provided such as the Rotary Pavilion, Rotary Fitness Trail and updates to the Trail, Mission 823 Faith House Rotary Room International Project, Shoal Point Lighthouse and Layettes for Nicaragua. Rotary also supports educational projects and programs for Texas City ISD such as:
• $25,000.00+ a year in Scholarships to graduating seniors
• RYLA – Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program
• I Like Me personalized books for Kindergartners
• Youth In Government
• Civility In Government Washington D.C. Trip for High School students
• School Supply Drive Donations
• Adopt-A-Family donations and toys
• Jr. Rotarians
• Interact Club sponsor
At the Ball you will be provided with a delicious dinner, open bar, silent and live auctions and continuous music throughout the evening featuring the Mambo Jazz Kings, a local premier band.
Rotary values your participation and sponsorship for a truly fun evening. There are various levels for you to choose a perfect fit for you or your company. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to your support of this spectacular event.
For questions please contact:
Committee Chair Kirk Broiles at 409-939-5575
or Secretary Dawn Tholcken at 281-923-5197
Glad Tidings of Texas City
Add our Christmas Market to your calendars! It is going to be sooo much fun! We are currently registering vendors for this event, so please send a message if you are interested. We have limited spots available.
Each year Texas A&M University at Galveston participates in the SECC (State Employee Charitable Campaign (https://www.secctexas.org).
The bidding is now open on the 2020 SECC Online Basket Auction benefitting the Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County!
This year, the GCSTR is happy to contribute to the Turtle Time! Basket. This basket is up for auction to the highest bidder and is valued at $250.
Items have been donated by Donated by: Alice Maffay, Susan Lee, Vanessa Garza, Debbie Dell, Traci Morris, Dora Rogers, Rick Kline, and the GCSTR.
Details can be found here:
Baskets can be viewed on campus or online at the link above. All purchases must be picked up from campus; sorry but no deliveries are possible.
The auction will end on Friday, November 20th at NOON!
Winners will be notified Friday, November 20th after the auction has closed.
It would be appreciated if items can be paid for and picked up from FMS (BLDG 3025) by 5PM on November 20th. Cash or Check will be accepted.
All items need to be picked up by 5PM on Wednesday, November 25th or the donated item will go to the next highest bidder.
Please notify FMS if extenuating circumstances prevent you from picking up your item(s) by that deadline.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Galveston County is one of over 950 programs in 48 states affiliated with the National CASA/GAL Association for Children. There are 72 CASA programs in Texas.
The mission of CASA of Galveston County is to provide trained community volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the foster care system to secure safety and permanency while increasing awareness about child abuse.
Our vision is to provide a CASA for every child who needs one. Becoming a CASA starts with a desire to give back and make a lasting difference in the life of a child and their family. A CASA participates in extensive training in preparation to best serve the children in our community. Our advocates make home visits, collaborate with CPS workers, medical and educational professionals, learn how to write court reports and prepare for court appearances.
Our need for more advocates continues to rise as the reports of abuse and neglect increase in Galveston County. We need 40-50 more advocates to cover all cases currently in the court system.
For more information about volunteering with CASA of Galveston County visit our website at casagalveston.org or contact, Erin Cohen at (409) 927-5595 or email@example.com.
This article was written by CASA of Galveston County.
We're only 4 days away from the most SPOOKTACULAR event of the year!!
Don't miss out on this fun socially distant haunted house experience on Friday Oct 30th & Saturday Oct 31st 6pm to 10pm at GCFB Admin Building (213 6th St N, Texas City). Tickets $10/person.
Each ticket helps provide 40 meals to Galveston County residents facing hunger.
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