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Reunions and Meetings - From January 1, 2015 Issue
Wednesday, May 04, 2016
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Nebraska Winter Texan Breakfast

A Nebraska Winter Texan Breakfast will be held Tuesday, Jan. 6, at the Nomad Shrine Club, 1044 W. Nolana Loop, Pharr, at 8:30 a.m. No reservations required. For information call Ray Fink 402-733-8972

Activity Directors Meeting

The RGV Activity Directors will meet Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. at Park Place Estates.

Armstrong Rubber, Pirelli and Titan Retirees

Retirees of Armstrong Rubber, Pirelli and Titan Tires will meet for lunch at Anne’s Restaurant, 221 W. Business 83 in San Juan on Wednesday, Jan. 7, at 11 a.m. For information call Dick Overholser at (515) 262-7791, or Al Ensley at (515) 360-5992.

Good Sam RV Club

All members of the Good Sam RV Club will hold a rendezvous at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 8, at Peter Piper Pizza, 1043 Expressway 83, Alamo. For more information call Ray Fink at (402) 733-8972.

Rio Grande Quilt Guild

The Rio Grande Valley Quilt Guild will meet Saturday, Jan. 10, at 9:30 a.m. at the South Texas College Auditorium in Weslaco. Call Floria Flores at (956) 648-4833.

Bremer County, Iowa

Residents of Bremer County, Iowa will have breakfast Jan. 9 at 8 a.m. at Danny’s Restaurant, 122 W. Tom Landry, Mission. For questions call Sam Smith at (319) 269-9308.

Polish-American Club

The Texas Rio Grande Polish-American will meet Jan. 11 in Harlingen at 1:30 p.m. The event usually includes social time, a meal and a short presentation of topics of Polish nationality and interest. Everyone welcome. Please call Marion Janik at (956) 212-2973 to make a reservation. The meeting is at Emerald Grove RV Park on SE corner of Bass Blvd. and Bus. 83 in Harlingen.

Douglas County, Minnesota

Residents of Douglas County, Minn. will meet Jan. 13, at 12:30 p.m. at Ann’s Restaurant in San Juan. For information call Bernice Schmitz at (320) 420-1347.

Magic Valley Retirement P.E.O.

Magic Valley Retirement P.E.O. Group will meet Tuesday, Jan. 13, at noon at the Echo Hotel, Edinburg. Lunch served at 12:15 p.m. followed by meeting and program. For reservations call Lynne Kephart at (563) 419-1619.

Upper Valley Home Owners Association

The Upper Valley Home Owners Association will meet Wednesday, Jan 14, at Twin Lakes RV Park, 301 N Shary Rd., at 9 a.m. for tax purposes.

Treasure Lake

Treasure Lake Resort in Branson Missouri will have a Winter Texan Reunion Wednesday, Feb. 4, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Victoria lams Restaurant in Donna. Buffet is $15. Reservations and payment due by Jan. 16.  Call Georgetta at (314) 540-2497 or Deb at (816) 590-2350.

Top News

  • Geocaching Treasure Hunt

    Del Zander, a Winter Texan living at Retama Village in Mission, thinks geocaching is a great hobby for those who travel a lot, while Mission resident Eddie Olivarez found he was hooked when he was looking for something to keep his daughter busy while supporting his son during sporting event road trips.

    Zander found that stopping a couple of hours at a geocache location gives him and his wife a chance to get out of the… Read More +

  • Bob Corriveau is master woodcarver

    Woodcarving is both art and avocation for Bob Corriveau of Eagle Creek, Wis. and Tropic Star RV & MH Resort. All of his pieces have won ribbons at various woodcarving shows, and two sculptures have won top awards in the World Fish Carving Championships.

    “Pumpkin Seed,” a carving of a Sunfish, was awarded first place, Judges' Choice, and Best in Category for Novice… Read More +

  • RV Park creates habitat for native and migratory butterflies

    MISSION, Texas, April 4, 2016 — Development in the Rio Grande Valley and across Texas is great for the economy, but not for the region’s famed Monarch butterflies, which are rapidly losing habitat along with other butterfly species.

    But Oleander Acres RV Park is doing something about it.              

    During the past… Read More +

  • McAllen Chamber plans Sizzling in the Tropics Cook-off

    On April 2 the McAllen Chamber of Commerce will hold their “Sizzling in the Tropics” Bar-B-Q Cook-off at the Chamber of Commerce located at 1200 Ash Ave. The event will last from noon to 5 p.m. Barbecued beef brisket, chicken, pulled pork, pork ribs, Jackpot pan de campo and Jackpot beans will be served.

    Live music will be provided by Sergio and Ropin’ the Wind, Eddie Saenz, Clueless, TR3N and Last Minute… Read More +

  • Golden Age Olympics winners announced

    Results of the 2016 Golden Age Olympics sponsored by the City of McAllen’s Parks and Recreation Department have been announced. Golden Olympics is an athletic completion open to all Winter Texans in the Valley.

    Bake-off Winners

    In the Bake-off winners of bars were first, Sharon Branson, Tip O Texas; second, June Mueller, McAllen Mobile, third Julie Pederson, McAllen Mobile. Cake winners were first, Carolyn Adams, Tip O… Read More +

  • It’s time to say farewell

    Another season is drawing to a close and the excitement of having so many warm and friendly people staying among us and taking part in the many concerts, festivals and special events for Winter Texans is ending. Although the roads are more crowded and restaurants busier when Winter Texans are here, it seems as though something is missing when they leave.

    The style shows, the picnics, and other special events planned for… Read More +

  • Golden Age Olympics Horseshoes: It’s like a family reunion

    Horseshoe pitching can be a serious sport with leagues, tournaments, and world championships for players of all levels, but at the Golden Age Olympics horseshoes competition held at Tropic Star RV Park Winter Texans gathered to just have fun.

    Georgia Burke, who won first place in Category B, the class for those who pitch a 40 percent or higher… Read More +

  • Bit O’ Heaven has Mardi Gras costume dance

    On Tuesday, Feb. 9, residents of Bit O’ Heaven RV Park in Donna celebrated Fat Tuesday with a costumed dance. Many residents were dressed up in costumes, from traditional Mardi Gras clown or jester costumes to other colorful characters.

    There were costumes from the Colonial era, leprechauns, kings and queens, waitresses serving drinks, and ladies looking like genies just released from their bottles, and other colorful garb. Many residents had fancy masks… Read More +

  • Bicycle club, quilters honor WWII Veterans

    As flag after flag was retired by flame, as tradition goes, tenants at the W & I Resort stood proudly and looked on as new flags fluttered in the wind.

    Saturday, Feb. 26, the W & I Resort’s Bicycle Club had its flag retirement ceremony for the second year in a row. The ceremony this year honored the… Read More +

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