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#Things we LOVE about TXC

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Explorers Lenita and Caitlyn volunteer for The Explorer Bike Patrol. The Explorer Bike Patrol was established to teach Bicycle Safety and to assist in crowd control during parades and other community events.
The Texas City Law Enforcement Explorer Program is a program sponsored by the Texas City Police Department which focuses on developing young adults between the ages of 14 and 21, in the Galveston County area, into educated, informed, well rounded, members of society. The program prepares them to become productive adult citizens of the community by providing positive exposure to the Criminal Justice System, Education and Career Development, Civic Activities and Responsibility, Team Building and Leadership, and Recreational Events. The Explorers participate in a variety of civic events designed to enhance their Citizenship Character by teaching them teamwork, leadership, life skills, and civil responsibility. It helps develop them into positive contributors in the community and in society.
If you or someone you know is interested in participating in the Texas City Police Department’s Explorer Program, you may pick up an application at the Front Desk of the Texas City Police Department, or applications can be found on the Texas City Website, www.texas-city-tx.org. Go to the Police Department link, click on Community Services, scroll down to Explorers Program, and click on complete application. Drop the application off at the Texas City Police Department or at the next meeting. For more information contact Corporal Herd at (409) 229-7771, therd@texas-city-tx.org.
Each week we would like to bring attention to some of the things that make The Mainland such a wonderful place to live. If you have a photograph and can share it with us, just drop us an email at infor@thepostnewspaper.net. You may see your favorite thing in the next issue!

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