DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(112821)-BCCPB 2ND ANNUAL TURKEY LEG TUSSLE DOMINO TOURNAMENT

Odessa, Texas/November 28, 2021-The Black Chamber of Commerce of the Permian Basin held the 2nd Annual Turkey Leg Tussel Domino Tournament. Approximately 20 competitors gathered at the activity hall at St. James Baptist Church in central Odessa.

The Black Chamber of Commerce of the Permian Basin associates with smaller non-profit organizations to help with financial assistance through fundraising events.

(Ed Price, Turkey Leg Tussel Domino Tournament Organizer)

Domino players competed for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies. Competitors also received participation trophies.

(Chris E. Walker, President-Black Chamber of Commerce of the Permian Basin)

The Turkey Leg Tussle Domino Tournament was able to raise $25 Hundred Dollars through domino table sponsorships for the Woodson Young Scholars Academy, that serves the southside community though daycare services for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, including children 11 years of age.

(Jeremy Watson, Assistant Director-Woodson Young Scholars Academy)

The funds will also be used for upgrading the daycare, and acquire learning materials for enrichment programs at the Woodson Young Scholars Academy.

(Jeremy Watson, Assistant Director-Woodson Young Scholars Academy)

If you would like to donate to Woodson Young Scholars Academy stop by 700 Washington Lane on the west side of Woodson Park in southeast Odessa.

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera

DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(112421A)-JESSE PORRAS NEIGHBORS HELPING HEIGHBORS THANKSGIVING

THE 9TH ANNUAL NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS EVENT ALONG WITH THE ORIGINAL SID AND SAM’S STEAKHOUSE OPENED IT’S DOORS AND INVITED THE COMMUNITY TO COME OUT AND ENJOY THIS SPECIAL MEAL OF TURKEY AND DRESSING, MASHED PATATOS WITH CRANBERRY SAUCE AND DESSERT.

(JESSE PORRAS-EVENT COORDINATOR).

SEVERAL EVENTS WERE HELD TO CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING FOR THOSE WHO WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ENJOY THIS SPECIAL TIME WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

(JESSE PORRAS-EVENT COORDINATOR).

THIS YEARLY EVENT IS ORGANIZED BY JESSE PORRAS AND IS HELD AT VARIOUS RESTAURANTS IN ODESSA. COMMUNITY LEADERS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT.

(ARMANDO RODRIGUEZ, ECTOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PCT. 4)

SEVERAL PERMIAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS VOLUNTEERED TO HELP SERVE THE TURKEY DINNERS, SEAT VISITIORS AND BUS TABLES.

(RAMON RIVERA, TEACHER-SPONSOR/SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY-PERMIAN HIGH SCHOOL)

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(112421)-MIDLAND SOUP KITCHEN THANKSGIVING COMMUNITY LUNCH

MIDLAND, TEXAS/NOVEMBER 24, 2021-THE MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PARTICIPATED WITH THE MIDLAND SOUP KITCHEN MINISTRY TO HELP SERVE A SPECIAL THANKSGIVING LUNCH TO THOSE IN THE COMMUNITY.

SINGLES AND FAMILIES ENJOYED A TRADITIONAL THANKSGIVING MEAL.

(NANCY IVY, MANAGER/OWNER-MIDLAND SOUP KITCHEN)

DURING THIS SPECIAL THANKSGIVING LUNCH, MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF DAVID CRINER, DETECTIVES, INVESTIGATORS STAFF AND OTHER VOLUNTEERS  DONATED THEIR TIME TO SERVE AND

HELP BRING JOY TO THOSE THAT CAME TO THE SPECIAL

LUNCH.

(SHERIFF DAVID CRINER, MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)

THE MIDLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE GAVE PRESENTS TO CHILDREN THAT ATTENDED THE EVENT WITH THEIR FAMILIES AND RECEIVED OTHER GOODIES.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(111821)-AARON KINSEY RUNNING FOR STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Midland, Texas/November 18, 2021-Aaron Kinsey, a Midland, Texas businessman and AirForce veteran recently announced that he is running for State Board Of Education, District 15.

(Aaron Kinsey, Candidate for State Board of Education, District 15)

Parents are concerned that school districts are introducing their school age children to literature of adult nature considered by some as “pornography.”

(Aaron Kinsey, Candidate for State Board of Education, District 15)

Aaron Kinsey’s goal is to have core subjects like math, science and engineering be focused on the needs of the business market as well as culture.

(Aaron Kinsey, Candidate for State Board of Education, District 15)

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera

DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(111621A)-ODESSA COLLEGE FOUNDATION RECEIVES $1 MILLION

Odessa, Texas/November 16, 2021-On Tuesday, November 16th, the Odessa College foundation received a check for the amount of $1 million dollars to establish the Bill and Jane Hext Endowed Scholarship. Students who qualify for the scholarship will be awarded an $800 dollar scholarship per semester for part time students and $1,600 dollars for full-time students enrolled in technical programs.

(Dr. Gregory D. Williams, Odessa College, President)

The Hext Family Foundation has made contributions throughout the Odessa College Foundation’s history. This new endowed scholarship will allow Odessa College to award a minimum of $30 thousand dollars per academic year.

(Jane Hext, Bill & Jane Foundation)

The available scholarship funds will be used for tuition, fees and books.

For DRB Media Communications Digital News,

Danny Barrera.