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Posted: August 16, 2016

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 U.S. Air Force Offers More  

The U.S. Air Force offers more than 140 exciting career specialties. We can match you to a career and train you in a high-tech skill. We’ll pay you a great salary, and if your Air Force job requires certification or licensure, we’ll help you earn that, too. You may even qualify for an enlistment bonus. When you join the Air Force, you don’t lose your personal identity. In fact, your personal and financial independence will continue to grow, and you’ll gain a sense of pride knowing you’re serving your country. To get a jump-start on an exciting career, Call TSgt Meagan Roberts at 210-573-1380 or email details at: 

St. Mary Magdalen School’s 75th Anniversary 

St. Mary Magdalen School is elated to celebrate our 75th Anniversary this October. We would like to invite each of you to our Gala Festivities. Please take a moment to visit our website and RSVP. If you have ever attended St. Mary Magdalen or are one of our Alumni, please contact to update your contact information so that we can continue to share your achievements, joys, and milestones through life. You have been a part of our history, now be a part of our Future.   

Alamo Kiwanis Club Charites Presents Fiesta Noche del Rio  

Fiesta Noche del Rio is a summer outdoor performance on the River Walk featuring the songs and dances of Mexico, Spain, Argentina and Texas. The show happens every Friday & Saturday through August 13th. Since 1957, the show has been seen by more than one million visitors from around the world and raised more than $2.75 million for local children’s charities. Tickets are also available at all HEB stores in the customer service department. They will also be available from 12 noon – 8:00 p.m. on the day of the show at the River level of the Arneson Theater and at the gate prior to the show, beginning at 6:00 p.m. For more information, please contact us at or 

Love Helpz Kidz Charity Fashion Show-- Bon Voyage Cancer! 

Love Helpz Kidz will stage a charity fashion show for childhood cancer on July 23rd @ San Fernando Hall 231 W. Commerce St. The Love Helpz Kidz Tour organizes charity fashion shows for children with cancer throughout the nation. Bon Voyage Cancer! is a fashion show fundraiser taking you places and taking on cancer! Local children being treated for cancer at University Health System’s South Texas Pediatric Blood & Cancer Center will walk as models in the fashion show and attendees can buy t-shirts, mugs, teddy bears, raffle and silent auction items to support the organization. Proceeds will benefit University Children’s Health, the pediatric programs of University Health System. Attendees will have the opportunity to take photos with Marvel Superheroes and Star Wars Characters. There will also be several other activities during the event such as caricature drawing and face painting. The doors for the event will open at 12:30pm with lunch buffet and select open bar available. The fashion show will start at 1:30pm. Tickets for the event can be purchased at Ticket prices are ($35) for adults and ($8) for children ages 12 and younger. They include entry into the event, food, activities (caricature drawing and face painting), and open bar (21+ only). Currently we are running an early bird price for adults of ($15). For updates about the events, visit our website or follow us on Facebook at Contact: Heather Jacobs, Phone: 210 616 1109 E-mail: 

Santikos Entertainment is offering Free movies over the summer 

Santikos Entertainment is offering some free movies over the summer. The free showings will be held at 10 a.m. each Tuesday and Wednesday from now through August 2. Here is the movie schedule, according to the Santikos website

  • Storks on July 25 & 26 


  • Minions on August 1 & 2 

Seating is limited, and tickets to the free movies are issued on a first-come, first-served basis, so Santikos is encouraging people to arrive early. Participating theaters include the Palladium IMAX, Silverado, RialtoMayan PalaceEmbassyNorthwest and Casa Blanca.

San Antonio Missions Baseball Team Partners with “Battle For Texas: The Experience” and the USO San Antonio to Honor Military Community 

The San Antonio Missions will raise their baseball caps to the red, white and blue this season as the club partners with Battle For Texas: The Experience and USO San Antonio to honor members of the military community through a new program called “Defenders of Today.” During the Missions season opener on April 13, Battle For Texas re-enactors will be at the ballpark, interacting with fans at the gates including musket loading demonstrations, and more. They will also be on site May 13 with post-game fireworks; May 28 Memorial Sunday with Pat Green post-game concert and fireworks; June 23 Used Car Giveaway Night; July 28 with a replica jersey giveaway; and August 25 with a replica jersey giveaway. Military members, who are interested in nominating fellow service members to be recognized as part of the “Defenders of Today” program can do so by contacting Joel Alvarado, Assistant General Manager of Battle For Texas by phone at (210) 781-4322 or by email at “Battle For Texas: The Experience” is an immersive historic adventure attraction bringing to life the 1836 Battle of the Alamo that symbolized the early struggle for Texas independence. For more information, visit For group orders of 10 or more, call (210) 592-6824 or toll free (866) 633-0195 or email Ask about booking your next special event at Battle For Texas: The Experience! MEDIA CONTACT: Rudy Arispe: 210.438.2088 or Mae Escobar: 210.241.6644 

Shrek The Musical 

The Woodlawn Theater, 1920 Fredericksburg rd. Presents Shrek the Musical June 30—July 30: Friday & Saturday at 7:30 PM, Sunday at 3:00 PM “Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek...." And thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue. Throw in a short-tempered bad guy, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you've got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there's one on hand... and his name is Shrek. Tickets can be purchased at , 210.267.8388 

July is sarcoma awareness month  

A simple yellow ribbon is a small, yet powerful symbol for the more than 50,000 Americans diagnosed with sarcoma – a rare cancer of soft tissue and bone. 

July is sarcoma awareness month. Look for the yellow ribbon. When you see it, think of those who struggle daily with this little-known cancer that has few treatment options.

Through awareness, advocacy, and research, the Sarcoma Foundation of America is working to find the cure for sarcoma in our time. Please join us in this fight.

For more information on sarcoma and the work of the Sarcoma Foundation of America, go to curesarcoma (dot) org. 

BATTLE OF THE BANDS To Benefit Cystic Fibrosis

Sam’s Burger Joint at 330 E. Grayson Street will host the Battle of the Bands on Sunday, August 6th from 2-7pm. $10 donation will get you in the door to listen to different genres of music from local bands – country, rock, alternative and punk bands have all registered for a chance to win the grand prize and raise money and awareness for the CF Foundation. Battle of the Bands is an opportunity for local musicians to register on line ($45 fee) and gather votes through donations ($1=1 vote) to the website: The top 5 bands with the most donations will perform at Sam’s Burger Joint, where the top band will be announced and receive a prize package worth thousands of dollars. All proceeds will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Foundation. To learn more visit Contact: Tim LaCombe Cell: 210.844.6346 Email:

Edgewood High School Red Raiders Hawaiian Luau Dance 

Come and enjoy a night of fun and dance with friends, on Saturday August 19th, 8pm -12am at St. Patrick’s Parish Hall 1114 Willow Street. Dress Attire is Hawaiian with Chanclas! Tickets are $15.00 per person, B.Y.O.B. For details: Ruben Garcia 210.288.7600, sponsored by the E.H.S. Class of 73 

The Woodlawn Theater presents: How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying 

August 25 - September 17. A satire of big business in the 1960’s, this story follows the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying” to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive, tackling such familiar but potent dangers as the aggressively compliant "company man," the office party, backstabbing co-workers, caffeine addiction and, of course, true love. To purchase tickets, Visit or call the box office at 210-267-8388. Box office hours Tues-Fri 10 AM-5PM. Sat 11 AM- 2 PM Showtimes: Friday & Saturday at 7:30 PM, Sunday at 3:00 PM Ticket prices: $29 for Adults, $24 for Senior/Military, $18 Children Students. Plus $3.00 Ticketing Fee. 1920 Fredericksburg Rd. San Antonio, TX 78201

The Young Marines Annual BBQ Fundraiser 

Join us Saturday August 26th, 9am at Caliente Harley Davidson 7230 NW Loop 410 for The Young Marines Annual BBQ Fundraiser. The Young Marines are a 501c (3) organization, and as such, we conduct annual fundraising events to keep our unit functioning. Funds received from events go toward unit upkeep and community service projects, such as Ramps for Warriors. Venders are welcome to set up booths, contact our Unit Commander for details. Contact: Alberto Salas (Unit Commander) 210-617-3043 or Melodee Andujar (Unit Adjutant) 619-665-3463 

San Antonio Walk for PKD – 2017 

Join us Saturday, September 9th @ 7:30 am OP Schnabel Park, Graff Pavilion to raise awareness and funds for research and education in PKD and organ donation. The Start-Line Ceremony is at 8:45 am with Sarah Forgany and Barry Davis, Morning Co-Anchors, KENS-5), 

There will be a Post Walk to be avle to Network with others living with PKD. Food donated by Starbucks, HEB, Chick-Fil-A, and Freddy’s Steakburgers and Custard. For more information and to register, go to If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Patti O’Grady Ruffin, volunteer, San Antonio Walk for PKD Coordinator, or 210-414-6614.


The LiftFund Women’s Business Center is seeking participants for the Women’s Business Accelerator (WBA) program. This comprehensive accelerator is designed for women entrepreneurs in San Antonio looking to take their business to the next level. The Women’s Business Accelerator Program runs from September 12 - October 31, 2017. The eight-week program will include expert-led workshops, one-on-one meetings with mentors and peer to peer networking. The application is available at, and will remain open until August 7, 2017. For more information about the Women’s Business Accelerator program, call 888-587-9575 or email Margot Slosson at

2017 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 

Joins us Sunday, September 17th at 8:00 a.m. at Mission County Park Pavilion 6030 Padre Drive. The 2017 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - San Antonio features a 10K run, 5K run/walk, 1 mile walk, Kids' Superhero Dash for Dad, and virtual Snooze for Dudes program. Stick around for the family-friendly after dash bash. Participants will receive tech shirts, free food, and the opportunity to connect with others who are impacted by prostate cancer. ZERO is proud to partner with Urology San Antonio and Los Padres to end prostate cancer. The funds raised from 2017 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - San Antonio are invested around the country to provide research for new treatments, free prostate cancer testing, and educate men and families about prostate cancer. Race Day Parking Information: There will be free parking the day of the race. Volunteers will be onsite to direct participants to the designated parking fields next to the park entrance. 

Direct: 202-303-3103 | Cell: 609-923-2638 Email:  

Littlegrass Ranch to host first Texas ChuteOut in Boerne  

Littlegrass Ranch to host first Texas ChuteOut in Boerne will hosts the First Annual Texas ChuteOut, a Western style rodeo, sanctioned by the Professional Wild Horse Racing Association on Saturday, Sept 30, 2017–1 pm and 7 pm. Sunday, Oct 1, 2017–2 pm. It will take place at the Kendall County Fair Grounds, 1307 River Rd., Boerne, TX. MAIN EVENTS: Wild Horse Racing, Bareback Bronc Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Barrel Racing, Mutton Bustin',Steer Dressing & Calf Dressing (yes, in clothing).World Famous Trick Roper Kevin Fitzpatrick will be on hand along with Vendors, Cowboy Church, & Military Appreciation. Hosted by & benefitting Littlegrass Ranch, Inc., whose mission is to create a transitional sanctuary where victims of domestic abuse–with their children, horses, livestock, and pets–can develop a plan to rebuild their lives? For detailed schedule, vendor applications, and volunteer opportunities, visit CONTACT: Christie Kitchens,, 888-547-9393

9th Annual “Fore” the Blind Charity Scramble 

Sign-up today for the 9th Annual “Fore” the Blind Charity Scramble: Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 12:00 – 8:00 p.m., Republic Golf Club, 4226 SE Military Dr., this event sells out every year!! Join us for the most unique golfing experience with championship blind golfers who come to San Antonio from all over the USA, Canada, Scotland and England to play in the American Blind Golf National Championship Tournament. It is then followed with the “Fore” the Blind Charity Scramble where sighted golfers are paired with blind golfers. Put together a team – or sign up individually – be prepared to be awe-inspired and have the best golfing experience you have ever had!!!! All proceeds benefit the San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind & Vision Impaired- blind children’s programs. Boxed lunch at noon – shotgun at 12:45. For information, visit

9th Annual Weston Wright “Lighting the Way” 5K/10K Run/Walk 

Sign up today for the 9th Annual Weston Wright “Lighting the Way” 5K/10K Run/Walk: Saturday, November 4, 2017, 8:00 – 10:30 a.m., McAllister Park- Pavilion 2, 13102 Jones-Maltsberger Rd., and join twelve-year-old Weston Wright, and his Lighthouse friends in this wonderful annual event –Check-in begins at 7:00 A.M. race starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. at McAllister Park – Pavilion 2 and proceeds through the newly-paved trails. All proceeds will benefit the San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind & Vision Impaired - blind children’s programs. The event is chip-timed and managed by iRun – food, drinks, face painting, prizes and medals. Don’t miss the opportunity to support the San Antonio Lighthouse while spending quality-time with friends and family as you participate together. Strollers and pets welcome!!!! For information and registration, visit



2017 Air Show and Open House 

The 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House is free and open to the public Nov. 4-5 at JBSA-Lackland Kelly Field Annex. 10 a.m. Airshow Gates Open5 p.m. Gates Close. During the rehearsal day Nov. 3, Gold Star families and Wounded Warrior families will have air show access. D.o.D. cardholders are also invited to the rehearsal Nov. 3. No coolers or pets. Lawn chairs are welcomed.WEBSITE: 

Project HOPE  

The most dangerous day for a baby is the first day of life. In those first 24 hours – babies born in poverty zones are dying from infections…pneumonia…malnutrition. But they don’t have to die. For nearly 60 years, Project HOPE has been working around the world to save the lives of mothers and babies at risk. Training local healthcare workers. Delivering medicines and medical supplies. Giving newborns the healthy start they need to survive and thrive. Make sure her first day of life is not her last.To volunteer or learn more about Project HOPE's efforts to save newborns now, visit 

Americans with Disabilities back into the workplace 

Are you on disability and looking to get back to work? We can help. Since 1995, the non-profit organization, NTI has been helping Americans with Disabilities back into the workplace. Offering training and mentoring, NTI has successfully guided thousands of individuals with disabilities in work at home roles with Fortune 500 organizations nationwide. Be a part. Call 877-248-8912, that’s 877-248-8912 to learn more or Visit N-T-I-Central-dot-org-slash-apply for a work at home position today. 

Foundation Fighting Blindness  

Imagine what it’s like to be active your whole life and then find out you’re going blind, and you have age-related macular degeneration, or AMD. Sight is precious, but there are treatments for some forms of AMD are available, and research for additional treatments is underway. Call the FOUNDATION FIGHTING BLINDNESS TODAY AT 1-800-BLINDNESS (1 800 254-6363) for a free packet on reversing or managing AMD. Or, go to the website, where I found so much helpful information, or again, call 1-800-BLINDNESS today! 


The ABCs of Sun Protection 

Most of us like to be out in the sun. That’s why sunscreen and other safety measures are key to protecting your skin from aging and cancer. The FDA recommends using a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher. Also look for broad spectrum on the label. That means both harmful ultraviolet A and B rays are blocked. Remember: SPF plus broad spectrum equal healthy fun in the sun. Visit www dot FDA dot Gov slash sunscreen ( for more information. A message from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 

American Humane  

Building a better, more humane world begins with the next generation. For more than 100 years, American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, has been working to teach children the value of being kind to animals. Their humane education campaigns, including the “Be Kind to Animals Week®” have been the most successful in history. Now, American Humane has developed a new campaign called “Kindness100” to give kids (and their parents) four simple ways they can help improve the lives of billions of animals – from disappearing and endangered animals to farm animals to animals used in entertainment and the 6-8 million animals relinquished to U.S. shelters each year. The website provides little tips that can make a big difference in the lives of the world’s animals. It also provides appealing and professionally prepared pre-K to Grade 5 humane education curricula for parents and teachers. Together we CAN build a more humane world. 

 U.S. Air Force Offers More  

The U.S. Air Force offers more than 140 exciting career specialties. We can match you to a job of your choice and train you in a high-tech skill. We’ll pay you a great salary, and if your Air Force job requires certification or licensure, we’ll help you earn that, too. You may even qualify for an enlistment bonus. When you join the Air Force, you don’t lose your personal identity. In fact, your personal and financial independence will continue to grow, and you’ll gain a sense of pride knowing you’re serving your country. To get a jump-start on an exciting career, Call SSgt 




Be a part of America's Defense The Air Force Reserve  

The Air Force Reserve is a critical part of America's defense and offers a variety of part-time jobs with full-time benefits, including low-cost health insurance, a non-contributory retirement plan, Tuition Assistance and other educational programs. There are many exciting part-time Air Force Reserve jobs which allow Citizen Airmen to advance their civilian careers, or continue their educations, while serving close to home. Signing bonuses up to $20,000 are available for specific jobs. Go to or call 800-257-1212 for more information on how you can Start Your Adventure with the Air Force Reserve. 

Native American Rights Fund  

Since 1970, NARF has stood firm for justice in Indian Country on critical issues like treaty enforcement, hunting & fishing rights, Indian child welfare, religious freedom and more. You too can become a modern day warrior – stand firm with NARF. Learn more at N-A-R-F dot org, and join the fight for Native rights. Support for this program is provided by the Native American Rights Fund, reminding you that Sovereignty is not free. Human trafficking is modern day slavery Human trafficking is modern day slavery. And it happens in our own communities. Victims can be any gender, age, or race. Join the Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign to learn how to recognize and report this heinous crime. Visit our website at

National Desert Storm War Memorial Association 

The National Desert Storm War Memorial Association is a federally recognized 501 (C) 3 whose sole mission is to construct the Desert Storm Memorial in Washington, D.C. to remember the almost 400 Americans who made the ultimate sacrifice and honor the over 600,000 who served. To find out more or to donate, please visit us at Reuniting lost pets just celebrated 10 years of helping the lost, found, pound, and adoptable pets of San Antonio. If your pet is lost then come to and view the home page which lists current pets at the San Antonio ACS. Also while at upload a photo and description of your lost pet and then click over to the Found page to see if someone has already found your pet. also lists adoptable pets from several San Antonio pet rescue organizations. A new feature to is the listing of the ACS pets that are at the Brooks kennel including maps of how to get to that kennel. Donations to are welcome in order to help with the fees such as the annual ACS fee. is a software database project designed and maintained by Jay Pennington which just celebrated 11 years of helping San Antonio's lost pets get back home resulting in fewer pets being put down in the shelters. For Details log-on to or e-mail 

Sarcoma Foundation of America “Sarcoma is Cancer”  

Odds are you’ve never heard that word before. For the 40 people diagnosed with sarcoma every day, it is a life changing word because (short pause) sarcoma is cancer. Through awareness, advocacy, and research, the Sarcoma Foundation of America is bringing hope to families whose lives have been turned upside-down by a cancer they had never heard of until the diagnosis. Please join us in the fight to find the cure for sarcoma. For more information on the work of the Sarcoma Foundation of America, go to cure sarcoma (dot) org.  

The National Meningitis Association 

The National Meningitis Association: Bacterial meningitis is a disease that strikes mainly young people, killing at least one in ten that contract it or causing brain damage or other disabilities. The good news is it can be prevented through vaccination. But many preteens and teens have not been immunized against the two types of meningitis. More at the association’s website, N-M-A U-S dot org. That’s W-W-W dot N-M-A U-S dot O-R-G.

YouthBuild program 

Are you under age 25 without a job or high school diploma? If so, SA Youth can help. Our YouthBuild program seeks young adults ages 16 to 24 who have quit school or need workforce training to get a good job. Don't give up. Opportunity awaits, and it's free! Call us at 223-3131 ext. 205 to sign up and experience lifelong success today. Call 223-3131 ext. 205


Did you know, there are nearly 30,000 children in Texas’ foster care system? For more than 70 years, BCFS Health and Human Services has built loving families through foster care and adoption. As a foster parent through BCFS-San Antonio, you can make a REAL DIFFERENCE in the life of a child who needs your love and compassion .Foster parents receive a monthly stipend to care for each child, AND foster parents receive 24/7 support from BCFS. Visit – that’s – to see how YOU can make a difference in the life of a child TODAY! 

Project HOPE “Save Newborns Now” Radio PSA Campaign Scripts  

Save Newborns Now 

The most dangerous day for a baby is the first day of life. Babies born in poverty zones are dying from infections…pneumonia…malnutrition. But they don’t have to die. For nearly 60 years, Project HOPE has been working around the world. Training local healthcare workers. Delivering medicines and medical supplies. Giving newborns the healthy start they need to survive and thrive. Make sure her first day of life is not her last. To volunteer or learn more about Project HOPE, visit










































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