FEATURED, FROM LEFT: Dr. Sam García; Dr. Dan Guerra; Dr. Raúl Barreda; Juan Bernal; Dr. Raulito Peña; Minerva Echols; Dr. Luis Delgado; Dr. Beto Gutiérrez; Clare Gutiérrez; Roberto Haddad; Joe García; and Michelle Álvarez. This image, taken August 28, 2021, captured part of the celebration announcing that DHR Health had raised $300,000 for Hope Family Health Center of McAllen during last summer’s event, which was held at South Padre Island.
FEATURED, FROM LEFT: David Amaya, President, Valley Automobile Dealers Association; Rep. Armando “Mando” Martínez, D-Weslaco; and Rob Braziel, CEO, Legislative Affairs, Texas Automobile Dealers Association. This image, dated Wednesday, December 8, 2021, was taken at Martínez’ District Office in Weslaco.
Photograph Courtesy VALLEY AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION FACEBOOK
FEATURED: The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, the City of Brownsville and the Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts collaborated to bring a special Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit, “DOLORES HUERTA: Revolution in the Fields / Revolución en los Campos.” The exhibit will be on display at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts through Saturday, October 1, 2022.
FEATURED, FROM LEFT: Alonzo Cantú of McAllen, Juan Sánchez, President, the University of Houston-Downtown, and Tilman Fertitta, Chair, Board of Regents, University of Houston System. This image of the three Texas leaders features Cantú being sworn in as a member of the University of Houston System Board of Regents soon after his appointment in November 2019 by Gov. Greg Abbott.
FEATURED: One in four adults in Texas have a disability, which include: Mobility – Serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs; Cognition – Serious difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions; Independent living – Serious difficulty doing errands alone, such as visiting a doctor’s office; Hearing – Deafness or serious difficulty hearing; Vision – Blind or serious difficulty seeing, even when wearing glasses; and Self-care – Difficulty dressing or bathing.
Graphics Courtesy CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
FEATURED: A planned Collegiate High School in Edinburg, reportedly estimated to cost more than $20 million, may be among the top education priorities to be featured at the Region One Service Center on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, during a “State of Our Education” Public Affairs Luncheon, which will be hosted by the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce. Panelists include Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa, D-McAllen, Dr. Guy Bailey, President, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and Dr. Mario H. Salinas, Superintendent, Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District.