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The Moore Community Improvement Club is extending an open invitation to its June monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 1 at 7 p.m. at the Moore Community Center.
“We will be recapping our upcoming Summer Fest event and discussing new business,” MCIC representative Shelley Delgado said. “It would be a great time to come check out the newly planted trees around the community center.
“Thank you Frio County Engineer Roxie Garcia and the Frio County Road and Bridge crew, for the improvements to our landscaping. We appreciate the effort and look forward to future improvements.”
The St. Augustine Catholic Church has planned a special memorial service on Monday, May 30 at 6 p.m. at the Moore Catholic Cemetery to be followed with a mass at 7 p.m. Visitors can bring lawn chairs and view the presentation as the VFW honors local veterans.
Five local families took the opportunity to meet with San Antonio Food Bank Regional Outreach Specialist Ezra Ortiz to qualify for various programs offered for improving the wellness of themselves and their families. Ortiz will be in Moore every third Friday of the month at Moore Community Center. His next visit is scheduled for June 17.
The Moore Community Improvement Club has partnered with STX Baggers to promote and provide oversight for the Cornhole Tournament during the Moore Summer Fest on July 16 at the Moore Community Center.
Prizes will be awarded for first and second place teams and entry into the event is $40 per team. Cook-off and vendor spots for the event are limited and should be booked soon. Entry into the brisket cook-off is $125 with opportunities to compete in three categories for prize money and trophies. Call Jesse Carrasco at (210) 326-6320 or Bobby Evans at (830) 355-7564 to sign up.
Moore Summer Fest will include a Show and Shine event, live entertainment and carnival games. Vendor spots are still available and are $40 for an approximately 10′ x 10′ area. Vendors can call Shelley Delgado at (210) 889-9350. The MCIC is also still in need of items for its silent auction.