PHARR — The Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley has received a generous donation of $8,400 from the India Association of the Rio Grande Valley. The India Association launched their “Stop Hunger” campaign in June and extended it through July to provide as many meals possible to families in need amid the global pandemic of COVID-19.
Palm Valley Animal Society’s annual Clear the Shelters event starts Saturday, August 1st from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will continue until the last day of the month. Rather than just one day for Clear the Shelters this year, it will last the entire month of August!
McALLEN — As a municipal government, the City of McAllen is attempting to address all activities that may be affected by new and current orders.
The fear of coronavirus is severely impacting the U.S. blood supply as blood centers and hospitals across the country are struggling to maintain stable inventories and avoid a critical blood shortage. With school closures and business shutdowns, many anticipated blood collections disappeared—almost overnight. And that number continues to grow.
This week Cinderella is featuring a couple of awesome youngsters, Alpha, a small, good-looking blonde terrier cross, and Daisy, a pretty patchwork calico female cat. (Did you know that all calicoes are female?)