JOIN THE LOCAL SUMMER READING PROGRAM
MAYOR JOE V. SANCHEZ PUBLIC LIBRARY
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FREE MOVIES AT WESLACO CITY PARK
Every Thursday, 8PM
On June 13 - "Madagascar 3"
SCHOOL, SOON TO BE OUT FOR THE SUMMER, CAN BE
A TIME OF FUN AND JOY OR A TIME OF BOREDOM
AND MINDLESS TV WATCHING.
SCHOOL CHILDREN, WITH TIME ON THEIR HANDS,
NEED DIRECTION FROM ADULTS TO GUIDE
THEM IN CONSTRUCTIVE AND
THE CRIME RATE TENDS TO RISE AS YOUNGSTERS
HAVE TOO MUCH TIME AND TOO FEW
USEFUL ACTIVITIES TO ENGAGE IN.
LOOK INTO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY, THE CITY
SWIMMING POOL, AND VARIOUS ACTIVITIES
PROVIDED BY ORGANIZATIONS THAT UTILIZE
THE CITY'S PARKS.
Remember! Idle hands are the devil's workshop.
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MARY HOGE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Click links for pictures:
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HAD A PARADE
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WANTED FOR BURGLARY
Carlos Olivares, age 19
UPDATE - Olivares Arrested
Carlos Olivares was arrested by Weslaco Police
at the Hidalgo County jail on Tuesday,
June 4. The Weslaco Municipal Court
judge set his bail at $7,500.
Olivares is wanted for breaking into a storage shed at
an East Opal Drive address. However, he got
more than he bargained for. The resident
shot a shotgun at him and hit him. He
showed up later at a hospital.
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Weslaco Police Officer Federico Salazar has been honored
by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for DWI
enforcement. He received the "Enforcement Hero
Award" for his outstanding dedication and
commitment to DWI enforcement in the
Rio Grande Valley.
BE SMART! DON'T DRINK & DRIVE!
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INTERESTED IN A REVERSE MORTGAGE?
See what AARP has to say about reverse mortgages.
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For Someone to Come Forward.
And Share What Happened
To Isidro "EZ" Limon
Isidro "EZ" Limon
Last seen on South Nebraska St, Weslaco
on September 14, 2000
SOMEONE KNOWS WHERE HE IS.
Click the "Missing Persons" button to the left or
click the link below.
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For Useful Phone Numbers
Click the Link: PhoneNumbersSeniors.doc
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT ISSUES
THAT AFFECT SENIORS, CALL THE BETTER
BUSINESS BUREAU IN WESLACO AT
Recently, on March 8th & 9th, senior citizens were exploited by those who have no respect for us. At a home on East Plaza Street, two females stopped to chat, acted as if they knew the homeowner, and then
one female asked to use the bathroom.
However, while she was inside the house, the "parasite" helped herself to the unsuspecting homeowner's wallet. They took off with
driver's license, Social Security card, credit cards, and $30 cash.
In another case, an 88-year-old man who was shopping at a local home
improvement store thought that the young man who offered to help him with
lumber and clothes hooks was only trying to be helpful. He did wheel out
the lumber carrier for the senior, but the younger took his payment by steal-
ing the hooks which cost $24. Guess that was the guy's tip.
UNFORTUNATELY, WE NEED TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT PEOPLE
THAT ARE OVERLY NICE OR FRIENDLY TO US. SADLY, IT'S JUST
THE WAY IT IS NOWADAYS!