Never Quit March ends with a big bang on the Bolivar Peninsula

Kilo19_0By Brenda Cannon Henley
Ken Meyer started out to call attention to the struggles of service personnel and others suffering from PTS. This US Air Force Security Police Veteran knows whereof he speaks because he is a victim of PTS and he emphasizes that not only does the service member suffer, the family and those that love the man and woman often walk this

This Weekend

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Friends, I beg you not to miss this!!!

By Michael Langley
On Saturday morning, Ken Meyer will be stepping off the ferry to start the final leg of his “Never Quit March” (a 628 mile journey paying tribute to the 19 service members killed in Operation Red Wings 6-28-05) This final push is code named KILO 19 because it is 19 kilometers from the ferry to the flag pole in the Tx Frog Fest venue. Anyone else see the divine influence? 19 members and the

Have a Pyro-Weekend

pyro_0Fireworks aren’t only for the 4th of July these days. New state law now allows fireworks sales for Memorial weekend. Stop by Pyroshack Fireworks for all of your thunderous lighting excitement! Pyroshack is now in its 6th year selling quality fireworks in Crystal Beach, thanks to owners Dick and Debbie Lambing. Pyroshack Fireworks has two Hwy 87 locations to serve you: #1 at Holiday Beach

A day of honor and reverence

memorial_00Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. Memorial Day was borne out of the Civil War and a desire to honor our dead. It was officially proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. “The 30th of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of

Gallery By The Gulf Artist of the month for June


Please welcome
Tama “Sissy” Rawson
Artist of the Month for June
at Gallery by the Gulf, 1980 Hwy 87, Crystal Beach, TX
An artist reception will be held
Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 10 am until 4 pm.

Toxic relationships are often our downfall

BrendaBy Brenda Cannon Henley
So much written material crosses my desk in a week’s time that I often feel bogged down just reading the titles, much less the entire articles. If you have been writing in any regular area for a number of years, your name gets on many lists, and often people that think they know you far better than you think they do send material, ask for ideas about

The Big Chase

GO_0524By Georgia Osten
As I get older, I realize what I can and cannot do anymore, physically, that is. I can’t chase after the dog when it’s time to bathe her or give her medicine or keep her from eating something disgusting on the beach. I’ll never forget when she was still a puppy, she found a plastic bag on the beach with something disgusting in it, and the more I tried to get her to let it go, the harder she ran to get away from me. She

Too funny

cbyusBy Charlotte Byus
This morning as RR was waking up, he slapped my hand that was on top of his head, messing with his hair. Stop That! I said, just think, next week you get to put up with this all day long! You see, retirement starts again this Saturday. There was a pause and he said, “this may be the shortest retirement in history.”

Upcoming Events

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 Saturday, May 28
Seagrass Beach Grand Opening

 Saturday-Sunday, May 28-29
Texas Frog Fest

 Saturday, May 28
GCA 6th Annual Crawfish Boil Fundraiser

 Saturday, June 11
Bolivar Chamber Scholarship Golf Tournament

 Monday, June 27 – Friday, July 1
Vacation Bible School

 Saturday, July 2
4th of July Washers Torunament

 Saturday, July 23, Save The Date
Ladies Casting for Conservation

 Saturday, August 6, Save The Date

 Saturday, September 17
Stingaree Saltwater Slam

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