Rocksprings Record


When one prays for rain, one should keep an umbrella handy! Information from TxDOT in Rocksprings on Monday morning, September 26th showed the official amount of rain that had fallen at that time was 9 inches. Rainfall amounts varied over the county, but 4” to 9” were plentiful. County, highway and private roads sustained heavy damage from the heavy rainfall which fell Sunday. As of Tuesday, some draws were still running.

 

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Rocksprings High School and Community Blood Drive
Date: Thursday, October 13th
Times: 11:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Location: bloodmobile in front of school


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Sign-up using the link below or call Kathy Fulton at 830-683-4136 to make an appointment.

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National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Uvalde de las Encinas Chapter, Regent Lesley Jones opened the first meeting of the new year by welcoming members and guests at the El Progreso Library at 11 a.m. on Saturday, September 17th. After the opening rituals, Francis Karasek read the President General’s Message, and Yvonne Quigley read the National Defense Report. Since September is designated as Constitution Month, the featured speaker, the Honorable William R. (Bill) Mitchell, Uvalde County Judge, spoke to the group of 24 members and guests about the United States Constitution. 

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