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McWhirter Elementary dedicates new school remodel

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  • 3/3/2016
  • Album ID: 2026408
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SPAAMFAA Winter Muster

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  • The Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America or The SPAAMFAA for short held their winter convention and muster this year at Clear Lake Park.
  • 2/22/2016
  • Album ID: 2023313
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Kemah Cupid's Christmas Boat Lane Parade

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  • 2/13/2016
  • Album ID: 2020918
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Clear Falls vs Clear Brook Girls Soccer

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  • 2/13/2016
  • Album ID: 2021076
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Clear Springs vs Clear Creek Girls Soccer

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  • 2/13/2016
  • Album ID: 2021077
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Pasadena Memorial Texas Color Guard Circuit Percussion Competition

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  • 2/6/2016
  • Album ID: 2019013
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Perry's Steakhouse opens new location at Baybrook Mall

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  • 1/21/2016
  • Album ID: 2014090
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Nassau Bay Ceremony for new Engine 82 and Medic 8

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  • Nassau Bay Will Celebrate New Fire Engine with a Traditional Ceremony The Attendees Will be Encouraged to Participate in the Push-In Ceremony WHAT: A Push-In Ceremony will be held to celebrate and officially put into service a new fire engine and new ambulance for the City of Nassau Bay. WHEN: Saturday, January 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. WHERE: Nassau Bay Fire Station (120 Surf Court, Nassau Bay, TX 77058) WHO: The Ceremony is open to the public and will be hosted by the City of Nassau Bay and the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department. All attendees will be invited to participate in the traditional act of pushing-in the new vehicles. WHY: The new Fire Engine 82 is a Pierce Enforcer Pumper Truck and will replace another vehicle that had been in service for over 21 years. This $408,000 vehicle was largely paid for with a $200,000 grant from the Texas A&M Forest Service. Proceeds from the sale of the old engine provided $50,000. The remaining $158,000 is paid for with City Capital Project Funds. A new ambulance vehicle will also be celebrated and put into service for Nassau Bay EMS, This unit, Medic 8, will provide new technology and equipment that will allow medics to deliver more efficient and improved patient care. This $174,740 vehicle is paid for with City Capital Project Funds. Medic 8 will be on display and be included in the ceremony
  • 1/18/2016
  • Album ID: 2012972
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Polar Plunge benefiting Special Olympics

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  • 1/16/2016
  • Album ID: 2012580
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