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Rotary Club of Harrisburg Presents Houston Fire Station 20 with Custom BBQ Grill

Rotary Club of Harrisburg Presents Houston Fire Station 20 with Custom BBQ Grill

The Rotary Club of Harrisburg presented Houston Fire Station 20 with a new, custom made 8-foot trailer-mounted BBQ pit with smoker and firebox. The gift was in appreciation for the service from the firefighters at Station 20 who have dedicated their lives to the protection of life and property, especially for residents and businesses in East End Houston. The smoker was built and created by VICO Manufacturing & S&H Manufacturing, two of Rotary Club of Harrisburg’s members. Details of the smoker combine personalizations for HFD Station 20 and tributes to the first responders who gave the ultimate sacrifice on September 11, 2001.

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About Rotary Club of Harrisburg, Houston, TX – Rotary International is made up of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world. Rotary Club of Harrisburg meets Tuesdays, 12:15 p.m. at Brady’s Landing, 8505 Cypress, Houston, TX 77012-1735. They hold special events that raise money for high school student scholarships, Teach of the Year Awards and other programming.

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In Memoriam: Yolanda Black Navarro

In Memoriam: Yolanda Black Navarro

Obituary published on Chron.com on November 12, 2015 While in the presence of family and in the hands of her son, Yolanda Black Navarro, a beloved mother, sister, grandmother, friend, and champion of Houston’s East End, lost her battle with leukemia on Monday, November 9, 2015. Yolanda Black Navarro, a native Houstonian, was born on…

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Houston Fringe Festival Returns to East End Houston for Ninth Year

Houston Fringe Festival Returns to East End Houston for Ninth Year

The 2016 Houston Fringe Festival is a 5-day celebration of independent performing arts by performers from the Bayou City and beyond. This year marks the ninth year of the festival, as well as an all-new format. Previously, the festival was held across three different venues in Houston’s historic East End; this year all shows will be held at the newly named Pilot on Navigation (formerly Frenetic Theater).

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