Better Living For Texans
Oct 21st 5:30 PM
2308 SW 7th Ave
Join us for Food Safety, Meal Planning, Shopping on a Budget and more with the holidays upon us.
FREE giveaways: Gift cards, Cookbooks, Cooking Tools and More!
Call for Reservations!! Seating is Limited!
Cherrie D. Miller
Movie: An Inconvenient Truth 2017 Truth To Power
Climate Action Now – Amarillo Presents
An Inconvenient Truth sequel: Truth to Power 2017
Place: Chalice Abbey
Date: Monday, October 21st
Time: 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Discussion will follow film
See the trailer here: https://youtu.be/huX1bmfdkyA
Please join us!!
SOUTHWEST AMBUCS 2019 GOBBLE WOBBLE
Buy a turkey, give a turkey and help a child in need
Amarillo, Texas, October 2019. Southwest AMBUCs will be hosting its 12th annual Gobble Wobble turkey drive from October 1st until November 18th. All turkeys will be available for pickup at our trailer located at Westgate Mall or by delivery starting November 21st. By donating $100 the participant will receive an Edes smoked turkey (12-14 lb cooked), purchase a frozen turkey to help feed a family in need, and support our local effort of “Inspiring Mobility & Independence” through our Amtryke program, “all inclusive” parks, and therapy scholarships. Those who wish to participate may purchase a turkey on our website https://www.southwestambucs.org or by phone at (806)316-5240.
At Southwest AMBUCs our mission is “Inspiring people to conquer challenges related to mobility and independence, through a nationwide network of volunteer chapters, working in partnership with physical, occupational and speech therapists; by providing Amtryke adaptive trykes, scholarships for therapists and many forms of community service.”
***WE WILL OFFICIALLY KICK-OFF OUR GOBBLE WOBBLE EVENT OCTOBER 24, 2019 @ 12:00 P.M. WITH AN AMTRYKE GIVEAWAY HOSTED AT THE AMARILLO COUNTRY CLUB. WE ASK THE LOCAL MEDIA TO COME MEET THE CLUB, THE FAMILIES WE SERVE, AND THE GREAT PEOPLE AT EDES MEAT. PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU WOULD WISH TO ATTEND.***
Where: Amarillo Country Club @12PM Contact: Jon Prince
4800 Bushland Blvd Cell:(806)683-2492
Amarillo, TX 79106 Email: email@example.com
Director of Client Relations / Owner
2201 Civic Circle Drive, Suite 917
Amarillo, TX 79109
Sharing Hope Ministries: GED Program
9 AM to Noon.
2308 SW 7th Ave
Cherrie D. Miller
Shop for a Good Cause at Uptown Shoppe: Drawing, too!
We want to show customer appreciation at Uptown Shoppe and are hoping you can share this with your readers!
Spend only $30 at our Uptown Shoppe 2477 W Interstate 40 in Amarillo, to be entered to win our Movie Night Gift Basket.
Drawing October 31st, 5 PM
Shannon Davis / Development Coordinator
409 S. Monroe, Amarillo TX 79101
Office: 806-372-3625 Fax: 806-372-9026 Cell: 672-2439
Kindness to the poor is an act of worship. Proverbs 14:31
Amarillo Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: Hora Social
Panhandle Plains Historical Museum
Tuesday, October 22nd
The Jazztober of 2019 will be at 6 p.m. on the grounds of 1000 S. Polk St. the historic Bivins Mansion
Bring your friends, a lawn chair, a picnic and beverages.
Free parking & free admission.
For information, call 806-372-6744.
Please join us at 6:00, Tuesday, 10/22/2019 at
The BMW Showroom 4700 Canyon Dr.
Limu and ARIIX launch!!! Limu and ARIIX have merged making it possible for you to
experience complete body wellness, while earning an income!
You can work from home or on-the-go.
Join us for a light meal and get your questions answered.
Products available for tasting and demonstration for those who want to participate.
PS. if you are a former promoter, come find out how you can redeem every $ you have
ever spent with Limu, including the tax and shipping!!!
At the BMW Showroom Canyon Expressway Tuesday 10/22 6:00 PM
Land management session set Oct. 22 in Wichita Falls
Producers encouraged to come ask questions
Contacts: Contact: David Graf, 940-716-8610, firstname.lastname@example.org
Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, email@example.com
WICHITA FALLS – A Land Management Q&A Session, hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Wichita County, is set for Oct. 22 at the Winfield Distribution Center, 1911 Sheppard Access Road, Wichita Falls.
The program will be from 6:15-8:30 p.m. and includes a meal. The fee is $10, and registration is needed by Oct. 17 for the meal count. Register by calling 940-716-8610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Graf, AgriLife Extension agriculture and natural resources agent in Wichita County, said the program is designed to let producers ask their specific questions of an expert panel.
The program’s expert panel will consist of James Jackson, AgriLife Extension range specialist, Stephenville; Kevin Derzapf, U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service rangeland management specialist, Weatherford; and Michael Trammell, Ph.D., Noble Research Institute senior plant breeder, Ardmore, Oklahoma.
The panel will address mesquite and prickly pear control options, overall weed control game plans, managing pasture for forage or aesthetics, matching animals to available acreage and Chisholm, the perennial fescue for winter grazing.
In addition to AgriLife Extension, the program is hosted by the USDA-NRCS and Noble Research Institute.
Find more stories, photos, videos and audio at http://today.agrilife.org
Tuesday, October 22nd – PBS Indie pop-up film – Days of Fire
Join us for a screening of an acclaimed documentary about how a neighborhood can rebuild even after a devastating, preventable disaster.
A free lndie Lens Pop-Up screening of “Decade of Fire” will begin at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 22 in the downtown Amarillo Public Library, 413 S.E. Fourth Ave. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and a panel discussion will follow.
“Decade of Fire” tells the story of why the Bronx borough in New York was on fire in the 1970s. Left unprotected by the city government, nearly a quarter-million people were displaced as their close-knit, multi-ethnic neighborhood burned to the ground, reducing the community to rubble.
While insidious government policies caused the devastation, it was the African American and Latino residents who bore the blame.