Community Events

 

Water Utilities Department has temporarily changed how it disinfects the public water supply this month. The department is using only free chlorine. The temporary conversion from chloramines to free chlorine ensures water safety in pipelines. Customers may see more flushing of fire hydrants and may note a slight change in the smell, taste and look of the water.

 

San Angelo TEA Party will be Tues. 6:30 pm at the West Texas Training Center, on the Howard College campus. Guest speaker: Cutter Gonzales, a policy analyst with Texas Public Policy Foundation. Topic: energy projects analyzing the effects of subsidies on energy markets. For more information go to SanAngeloTeaParty.org.

 

Concho Valley C.A.R.E.S. Coalition and The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council hosting Annual Summer Youth Leadership July 15th through July 19th. Open to all upcoming 6th graders through upcoming 8th graders. Student mentor positions available for upcoming 10th through upcoming 12th graders. Register deadline July 1st. FMI call Courtney Bingham at 325-224-3481.

 

SAISD Summer Food Program. Children & teens ages 18 and younger can eat healthy meals throughout the summer at no cost, just by showing up at a meal site. List of nearby meal sites is on the website "summer food dot org" or call 2-1-1 or text "FoodTX" to 877-877.

 

Republic Services will have an open house at the San Angelo Landfill Fri. June 28. Anyone is invited to come out and see the improvements Republic has made at the landfill. A free catered lunch by Fiddle Fire, There will be landfill tours of the working face, gas systems, and other working parts of the landfill. The event will be at 3002 Old Ballinger Highway from 11 till 2 pm June 28th.

 

Fort Concho’s “Fun at the Fort”. 4 children’s programs. Each one-day session is on a Wednesday from 9:30 a.m.to noon. The programs cater to ages 6-12. Each session costs $12 or $15 per child, depending upon whether the family is a Fort Concho member. There will be no refunds. Space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register early at the fort. Registration required. FMI call Carol Cummings at 325-657-4441.

 

Film streaming service "Kanopy" is available free through the Tom Green County library’s website. Library card holders can access Kanopy and sign up to start streaming films instantly by visiting "tgclibrary.kanopy.com". Films can be streamed from any computer, television, mobile device by downloading the Kanopy app.

 

The County Sheriffs Crises Intervention Unit will have a Volunteer condensed training class- July 13 & 20, 9-4 pm & Wed. July 17, 6-9 pm. Fill out an application before class. FMI: Call 325-227-8753. Volunteers will assist victims with support options.