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Community Events

 

Angelo State University will present Earl Anthony Wayne, former U.S. ambassador to Mexico, as the featured speaker for the 2019 Holland-Harrell Foreign Affairs Speakers Program on Tuesday. (Feb. 19), Wayne’s presentation,“The Importance of Getting U.S.-Mexico Relations Right,” will begin at 6 pm in the C.J. Davidson Conference Center and is open free to the public.

 

The monthly Downtown Stroll presented by Downtown San Angelo, Inc. & The Cultural Arts District will be held Thursday February 21st. This month’s theme is  “The Sweetheart Stroll”. The featured venue is the Stephens Central Library. The free trolley runs from 6 - 9 pm. Questions contact the Downtown San Angelo, Inc. @ (325) 655-2345.Access your Downtown Stroll map at "downtownsanangelo.com”.

 

Shannon Women & Performing Arts Center present "Friends and a Flick," a monthly free movie night at the SAPAC Brooks & Bates Theatre, 82 Gillis St. This month’s “Friends and a Flick” is scheduled for Thursday, February 28th at 7 pm. This month’s film will be "Notting Hill." It's a free event open to ages 18 and up. For more information, call 325-657-5064

 

Fort Worth artist and sculptor Burl Washington will be the featured speaker at Buffalo Soldier Heritage Day from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, February 24th, at Fort Concho Commissary Building. Washington will talk about his career portraying African-American historical figures, including Buffalo Soldiers. His works will be on display. Refreshments will be served.

 

Tex. Hunger Initiative & Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health 6th annual West Texas Hunger Summit with the topic of “Journey from Hunger to Hope.”  Feb. 28th at the Region 15 Education Service Center from 9 am - 4 pm. Registration is $10, including lunch. Several well-respected speakers and panelists. FMI call 325-656-4170.

 

National Weather Service encourages residents, businesses, and schools in West Central Texas to practice a tornado drill on Wed. March 6th at 10 AM or at a time/date that is convenient. The Weather Service in San Angelo will transmit Weekly Test Message through the EAS on that day and time.

 

San Angelo Police currently accepting applications for Civil Service Exam administered on April 5th at 9 AM @ McNease Convention Center. If you are interested in obtaining more information about becoming an officer, contact the recruiting officer at 325-481-2709. You can obtain an application on the San Angelo Police Department website "sanangelopolice.org". You can obtain an application at either the Police Community Services Division, 505 South Chadbourne, or at the City Human Resource Office at City Hall.

Local residents must be registered to vote by April 4 to be eligible to vote in the May 4th election. Registration applications at County Election/Voter Registration Office in the Judge Keyes Building and at County library locations. Applications are also available online at “VoteTomGreenCounty.org”, by mail, or by calling 325-659-6541.