Selected Community Events
HOSPICE AUXILIARY OF BRAZOS VALLEY - Meeting & Potluck Lunch
Apr 24, 2013 11 AM - 1 PM
Home of Judy Nash / 4902 Hogan Alley/ College Station, TX 77845
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of BRAZOS VALLEY, INC.
MEETING & POTLUCK LUNCH
Wednesday, April 24, 2013,
Business Meeting & Potluck Lunch
@ Home of Judy Nash
4902 Hogan Alley, CS, TX 77845
Please bring a salad
RSVP REQUIRED: April 17, 2013
For more information please contact: Judy Nash
PHONE: (979) 777-5244
******SAVE THE DATE*********
Hospice Auxiliary May Spring Luncheon
Thursday, May 23,2013
11:00am - 1:00pm
La Riviera Restaurant /
3700 Texas 6 Business #300 / Bryan, TX 77802 /(979) 846-5913
AGENDA: Business Meeting - Installation of Officers & Lunch
Lunch Cost: $21 per person
RSVP Required: May 16, 2013
For RSVP, please contact: Susan Childs 979-690-6373 / email@example.com
Please write your check to: HOSPICE AUXILIARY
15425 Arhopulos Road, CS, TX 77845
For more information, contact:
President - Betty Aycock 979-776-2392 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President - Helen Cluck 979-693-2241 / email@example.com
Publicity - Felicita Longnecker / firstname.lastname@example.org
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of Brazos Valley is a non-profit organization benefiting Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV). Its primary mission is to provide financial support, promote community awareness of the Hospice mission and provide fellowship and educational programs for our members. New members are always welcome. Annual membership dues are $25 for Active Members and $35 for Friends.
We THANK YOU for your continued support!!
Annual Grimes Co. 4-H Spaghetti Scholarship Lunch, Supper, & Silent Auction
Apr 12, 2013 All Day
American Legion Hall
4-H Annual Spaghetti Scholarship Lunch, Supper & Silent Auction at the American Legion Hall in Anderson. For tickets contact any 4-H member or call 936 825-0465
Brown Bag Lunch & Lecture at The Forsyth
Mar 21, 2013 Lunch
The Forsyth in the Memorial Student Center
The Forsyth, located in the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M Campus, would like to remind everyone to make plans to bring your lunch and join them in the Learning Gallery for a brown bag lunch and lecture on Thursday March 21. The lecture is free, and there will be an open discussion afterward. For more information, visit our website at forsyth.tamu.edu or call (979) 845-9251.
Empty Bowls, Jr.
Mar 2, 2013 10 AM - 1 PM
The Arts Center
2275 Dartmouth Street
The Arts Council and the Brazos Valley Food Bank, Inc. are pleased to invite the community to Empty Bowls, Jr. on March 2nd from 10am to 1pm at the Arts Center, located at 2275 Dartmouth Street in College Station. For several months students and teachers of College Station ISD and Allen Academy have been creating handmade bowls to donate for this event. A donation of $10 is requested for each unique bowl, with all proceeds benefiting the Brazos Valley Food Bank, Inc. and Arts Council of Brazos Valley.
Individuals who make a donation for a bowl will be served a simple meal of soup and bread as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the community. Member restaurants of the Taste of B-CS will donate their signature soups for this event. Stop by, pick out a bowl, make a donation and enjoy soup and bread from Blue Baker, Café Eccell, Casa Rodriguez, Global Event Group, Lemon Wedge, Madden’s, Shipwreck Grill, and The Village Café.
The Brazos Valley Food Bank is a nonprofit organization that serves as a central distribution site uniting food donors, volunteers and hunger-relief agencies. As the “hub” of over 40 different agencies that feed the hungry throughout Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Madison, Robertson and Washington Counties, the Brazos Valley Food Bank distributes 4 million pounds of food annually.
Empty Bowls is a nation-wide project designed to raise money to end hunger and food insecurity. Collectively, Empty Bowls fundraisers across the United States have raised several millions of dollars and are held in over a dozen countries around the globe. The Arts Council, Brazos Valley Food Bank, Taste of B/CS, College Station ISD and Allen Academy are proud to be a part of this worldwide event.
Should you have any questions, please visit the Arts Center at 2275 Dartmouth in College Station, call (979)696-ARTS(2787), or email email@example.com.
Soul Food Luncheon
Feb 21, 2013 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Lincoln Recreation Center
On Thursday, Feb. 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. join the Lincoln Recreation Center for their Annual Soul Food Luncheon in celebration of African American History Month. The menu will consist of one meat, two vegetables and dessert at a cost of $8 a plate. Cash only.
Meat: Fried Chicken, Smothered Chicken or Pork Chops
Vegetables: Greens, Yams, Mac & Cheese, Black-eyed Peas or Green Beans
Dessert: Pound Cake or Cobbler
Come enjoy food for your soul prepared by Helen Washington and LaVerne Young- Hawkins.
For more information, contact the Lincoln Recreation Center at 979.764.3449.
Lincoln Recreation Center | 979.764.3449 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture
Feb 21, 2013 12 - 1 PM
The Forsyth Galleries, 2nd floor of the MSC
Please join us for a brown bag lunch and lecture Thursday, February 21, 2013
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Ambivalent Aesthetics: West Indians, Garveyites and the “New Negro Art” of the 1920s and 1930s
Production and consumption of art were vital tools in the struggle for collective self-representation that underscored the emergence of the “New Negro” in the beginning of the twentieth century. The diverse creations of the New Negro Art validated and highlighted the African past of African Americans while situating them at the center of contemporary American life and culture. At the same time that African American artists, scholars and activists were advocating this hybrid art movement, immigrants from Caribbean British colonies (the West Indies) were grappling with their multiple identities as British subjects and Blacks in America. Nevertheless, as staunch adherents of the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), founded by Jamaican Marcus Garvey, many West Indians were in the forefront of Black Nationalism and the celebration of black aesthetics. This presentation will describe, discuss and illustrate the immigrants’ conflicting encounters with American “New Negro Art” while balancing imperial belonging and the Black immigrant experience.
Violet M. Showers Johnson is Professor of History and Director of Africana Studies. She is the author of The Other Black Bostonians: West Indians in Boston, 1900-1950.
Location: 2nd Floor of the Memorial Student Center in the Forsyth Center Galleries
Contact: Trudy Six: 979-845-9251 or email@example.com
Bring your lunch. FREE EVENT!
Space is limited, so please RSVP!!
Still Creek Boys & Girls Ranch Sweetheart Lunch
Feb 10, 2013 12:30 PM
Pebble Creek Country Club
Still Creek Boys & Girls Ranch and Still Creek Christian School invites you to the 2013 Sweetheart’s Lunch on Sunday, February 10th at 12:30pm at the Pebble Creek Country Club. Please join us and learn how you can become of the Still Creek Ranch family and celebrate the LOVE given to each child.
Please call 979-589-3206 for your reservation. Cost for event is $25/plate.
Mandy Burlin, 979-589-3206, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture
Jan 17, 2013 12 - 1 PM
Feb 21, 2013 12 - 1 PM
Mar 21, 2013 12 - 1 PM
Apr 18, 2013 12 - 1 PM
Sep 19, 2013 12 - 1 PM
Oct 17, 2013 12 - 1 PM
Nov 21, 2013 12 - 1 PM
The Forsyth Galleries, 2nd floor of the MSC
Bring your lunch to the Forsyth Galleries every third Thursday from Noon to 1:00 for an entertaining and inspirational discussion!
Seating is limited.
Please contact Trudy Six to reserve a seat.
845-9251 or email@example.com
BBQ Lunch Fundraiser
Jan 12, 2013 12 - 3 PM
Santa Teresa Church Pavilion
We will be selling BBQ chicken plates w/rice, beans and a drink for $6 at Santa Teresa Church Pavilion on Saturday January 12, 2013 from Noon to 3 PM. This is to help 10 month old Alizah Ortiz with medical expenses not covered by insurance. Her surgery is this coming Wednesday in Temple. She has a condition called Craniosyntosis. Donations are welcome. If anybody wants to order a plate or give a donation, they can call 979-220-8205.
Thank You God Bless You
The Ortiz Family
Brown Bag Lunch, Presentation and Art Discussion
Oct 18, 2012 - Dec 20, 2012 12 - 1 PM
Forsyth Galleries, 2nd Floor of the MSC on Texas A&M Campus
Different Presentation each month. Bring your lunch and enjoy talking about ART!
Trudy Six, 979-845-9251
Deanville Volunteer Fire Department Annual Fundraiser
Oct 14, 2012 11 AM - Sold Out
Deanville Fire Department (located at the corner of FM 111 and Hwy 60) in Deanville
The Deanville Volunteer Fire Department will hold it's 35th annual fundraiser on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at the Deanville Fire Department (located at the corner of FM 111 and Hwy 60) in Deanville. Pit Bar-Be-Que (pork, beef, chicken, homemade sausage and red ring sausage) will be ready at 7:00 AM. Plate lunches of fried chicken with all the trimmings will be served from 11:00 AM - ?. A Country Store and Sweet Shop with homemade baked goods, tea and coffee will be open. Games and a train ride will be available for the children. An auction will start at 2:00 PM. The washer Tournament starts at 10:00AM (Registration at 8:00 AM). A raffle drawing will be held during the auction. Everything will go as scheduled rain or shine. The annual fundraiser is necessary to provide funds for insurance, to purchase new equipment and keep the department running. The fire station building is used as a meeting place of various groups as well as social gatherings. The support of everyone is needed and most sincerely appreciated.