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By Salvation Army
Galveston (March 2018) – The Women’s Auxiliary of The
Salvation Army Galveston County had a big day at the
Runway of Hope Style Show and Luncheon on March
2 in the Grand Ballroom of the San Luis Hotel. Nearly
$50,000 was raised to further the mission and ministry
of the local Salvation Army. Sponsors included the John
P. McGovern Foundation, the Dr. Leon Bromberg Charitable
Trust, Kroger, Cynthia Wander- Realtor, Galveston
Chamber of Commerce, Moody National Bank,
Texas First Bank, Hometown Bank, UTMB Health, the
Daily News and the San Luis Resort. Celebrity models
included wife of Congressman Randy Weber, Brenda
Weber, wife of District Clerk John Kinard, Chris Kinard,
Doreen Hughes, Gina Spagnola, Vivian Hernandez and
Becky Trout. Carol Greaney-Wurst was presented with
the Champion of Hope award in honor of her service to
the community as a teacher, school board member and
business woman.
Michelle & Emma Robach, owners of Blu Boutique at
2118 Post Office Street in Galveston created a fun show
featuring outfits for the different occasions women attend
throughout the year. Attendees were able to shop for bargains
in the Closet of Hope, a chic boutique set up in the
lobby of the Grand Ballroom. Bargains from the Closet
of Hope are still on display and available for purchase
at The Salvation Army Family Store located at 601 51st.
Street in Galveston. Kroger provided beautiful flower arrangements
for all the tables and the stage which were
sold to eager shoppers at the end of the show.
Funds raised by the Women’s Auxiliary support the
programs of the local Salvation Army. Membership is just
$25.00 annually. Call 409-763-1691, ext. 75313 for more
About The Salvation Army:
The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal
Christian church established in London in 1865, has
been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination
for 130 years in the United States. Nearly 30
million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation
Army each year through the broadest array of social services
that range from providing food for the hungry, relief
for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach
to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless
and opportunities for underprivileged children. 82
cents of every dollar The Salvation Army spends is used
to support those services in 5,000 communities nationwide.
For more information, go to <http://www.salvationarmyusa.
By Space Center Houston
HOUSTON, March 7, 2018 – Space Center Houston announces
its new summer exhibit Above and Beyond, set
to give guests a high-flying experience into the future of
aerospace technology April 21-Sept. 9.
“Earn your wings and discover the innovations that
bring flight to life,” said the center’s President and CEO
William T. Harris. “Become a part of the future of flight
and pilot your own mission in an immersive aerospace
Above and Beyond, presented by Boeing and made
possible locally by Coca-Cola, explores the advances in
aviation and aerospace and the technologies that result
when flight and innovation unite.
Inside Above and Beyond, guests will be welcomed
by a wraparound theater that highlights the epic quest to
challenge the limits of flight. Stories from past and present
aerospace pioneers set the stage for the exhibition’s
hands-on, interactive experiences.
A space elevator simulation will take guests to the edge
of the universe. They can design and test a supersonic
fighter jet to face off in a virtual high-speed flying competition.
A flying simulation with motion-sensing technology
gives a sense of what it’s like to fly like a bird, all while
exploring the forces of flight.
“Sparking an interest in the wonder of aerospace at an
early age is a priority for Boeing,” said Greg Hyslop, Boeing
chief technology officer. “Above and Beyond provides
future engineers, pilots or astronauts with an interactive
glimpse into how they can achieve their dreams and inspire
them to pursue careers in science and technology.”
Above and Beyond is produced by Evergreen Exhibitions
in association with Boeing, in collaboration with
NASA and the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum.
Tickets are available online at or at the
door. Prices range from $24.95 for children to $29.95 for
adults with discounts for seniors and members of the military.
Become a member and come back free as often as
you like for one year, plus get free parking after the first

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