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Posts published in “Day: May 16, 2019

CROSBY RODEO: Cowpokes are glorious

Rodeo Dress 0-2 Marie Holt, Hatley Holmelin, Hope Loggins and Emmalyn Bilot are knockouts

CROSBY – Yee-haw, let’s rodeo! Bring on the beautiful Lil’ Cowpoke children’s pageant on Saturday, May 11, before the Cook-Off on May 31 to June 1, before the Livestock Auction on Wednesday, June 5, and even the rodeo itself June 6 though 8.

This year according to President Sonny Armstrong, a whole new event is coming to the cowboy sport. “We are having ‘Bull Fighters Only’ all three nights. It is an action packed event featuring some of the best bullfighters in the world without bull-riders that slow the bulls down!”


Highlands Horizons held their Scholarship Reception at the San Jacinto Community Center last Monday, May 13.

These Goose Creek Memorial Students received scholarships:

L to R, BACK ROW: Zhabian Gonzalez (Debbie Dickinson Award), Joshua Protain (Jennie Robbins Award), Benjamin Zamarripa, Omar Gonzalez, Emilio Nava, Luke Mitchell.

FRONT ROW: Skylar West, Jacquelyn Herrera, Morgan Birdsong, Mi’Unique Harris.

Congratulations to all.

Crosby High School Top Ten students

Crosby High School Class of 2019 Top 10 Students

1. Mary Hope Greer, Baylor University, Biochemistry

2. Maggie Hearn, Auburn University, Professional Flight

3. Erik Haffelfinger, University of Texas Austin, Environmental Engineering

4. Taylor Snyder, University of Houston, Biology

5. Dayton Berezoski, Texas A&M University, Computer Engineering

6. Mariana Moctezuma, Texas State University, Philosophy

7. Joey Bush, Texas A&M University, Computer Science

8. Randi Plair, Prairie View A&M, Kinesiology

9. Mollie Potter, University of Houston, Music Performance and Education

10. Catriona Lochhead, University of Texas Austin, Biomedical Engineering

Pct. 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia hosts Community Meetings

Commissioner Adrian Garcia’s Advisory Board is hosting a series of community meetings in Precinct 2.

The meetings are a great opportunity for residents to share their vision for Precinct 2 and give input on topics such as education, health, flooding, housing and the environment.

The upcoming meetings will take place at different locations.

Please see below for the full list and Topics.