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Written by City of San Antonio on Jun 06, 2011
Updated for 2016: Summer months - June through August - inflict considerably high temperatures and humidity in San Antonio. Seniors living in homes without air conditioning or circulating air face a greater risk of heat-related injuries and fatalities during the summer.
Written by evrard on May 19, 2011
NOWCastSA received a sneak-peak tour of San Antonio's newest public park. Located at 8400 NW Military Highway, Phil Hardberger Park West is a natural area with modern amenities. Employees are working around the clock to prepare for the park's grand opening, scheduled for Saturday, May 21. See the video tour below, or scroll down for more information about the grand opening.
Written by evrard on May 11, 2011
On Thursday, May 19, the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health will host a workshop on forgiveness presented by Richard S. Balkin, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC. From 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Dr. Balkin will teach the skills necessary to address issues of conflict and forgiveness. The workshop is free to attend and lunch is included for all registrants (there is a fee to receive continuing education units).
Written by safoodbank on May 09, 2011
On Saturday, May 14, Campbell Soup Company will join forces with the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) to provide assistance to San Antonio families struggling to put food on their tables every day. This year letter carriers representing nearly 1,500 local branches of the postal union will collect food donations along their postal routes. These donations will be used to replenish food banks and pantries in more than 10,000 communities.
Written by Anais Biera Miracle on May 09, 2011
In observance of National Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Awareness Month, Girls Inc. of San Antonio will host a teen led 2nd Annual Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Press Conference and Documentary Screening on the realities of teen parents on Tuesday, May 10 at 5:30 PM at Girls Inc. of San Antonio, located at 1209 S. St Mary's Street.