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Reagan hosts shattered dreams drunk driving program

Shattered Dreams

Reagan High School students witnessed a mock drunk driving crash scene and emergency responders in action on campus Friday, March 6. 

The Reagan Student Council spent 10 months planning and organizing the dramatic Shattered Dreams program in hopes of educating classmates about the dangers of drinking and driving and distracted driving. 

Some things for a small business owner to think about…

Dean Bentle

The social media has brought new and inexpensive ways for you to get the message out about your business to prospective customers. It can also be a great way for your customers to praise you and your company for excellent products and services. 

First Choice Emergency Room supports Operation Gratitude.

Operation Gratitude

First Choice Emergency Room, an Adeptus Health company, is partnering with Operat

Battle of Flowers goes online for 2015 ticket sales

Battle of Flowers Parade

Patrons of the Battle of Flowers Parade and the Band Festival may now browse, purchase and print their tickets for the iconic Fiesta events from the convenience of home or office. For the first time, bleacher-seating charts for the Parade route and stadium seating for the Band Festival will be visible with the click of a button.

Learn about steps to improve colon health

Colon Cancer Awareness Month

Mario Alcantara, MD and Chaithanya Mallikarjun, MD, will both be presenting a free informative session to learn the signs and symptoms of colon cancer. March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and it’s the perfect time to learn about what’s involved in colon cancer screenings and why it’s important fo you.  Find out more about the steps you can take to improve your colon health and lessen the risk of colon cancer.  

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Panther Springs Park

Panther Springs Park

City officials, including Mayor Ivy Taylor, Councilman Joe Krier, District 9 and area representatives will cut the ribbon for the Panther Springs Park Improvements Project tomorrow, March 11th at 10:30am. 

 

Stone Oak POA hosts Donation and Dumping Event

Donate Clothes

Don't forget- the Stone Oak Property Owners Association Spring 2015 Donation & Dumping Event is this weekend!  This is a free service coordinated through the POA for the benefit of our community.

 

Bella Women's Fitness opens second location

BellaWomensFitness

Bella Women’s Fitness:  San Antonio’s women only fitness club is pleased to announce the opening of its second location.  The Rogers Ranch location is in the Bitters Crossing shopping center at the intersection of Hwy 1604 and Bitters Rd.  Membership includes access to both the Rogers Ranch location and Stone Oak location offering a large variety of workout options.

JOHNSON STUDENTS DONATE JEANS TO NEEDY TEENS

1194 pairs of jeans collected

The Johnson High School Student Council, along with the help of other organizations on the campus collected jeans for DoSomething.org and their Teens for Jeans campaign for homeless teens. This is the first year Johnson has participated in the jean drive.

  

NEISD is Seeking Bus Drivers

Bus Drivers Wanted

North East ISD is seeking bus driver applicants to join the student transportation industry. Patient, courteous, compliant candidates are needed immediately, and hiring will continue for the foreseeable future. NEISD offers paid driver training for these candidates to obtain their commercial driver’s license ‘B’ with passenger and school bus endorsements. The positions are part-time.