Winter Texan Times

7 WINTER TEXAN TIMES MARCH 1, 2023 3201 E. EXP. 83 • DONNA, TX 78537 (956) 464-3378 of Donna ClaytonHomes Doug Fowler THE BONHAM COME DISCOVER THE SPACIOUS FLEXIBILITY BONHAM VISION 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 16x76 1216 sq ft • Bonus Room • Open Floorplan • Split Bedrooms • Kitchen Island • Utility Room • Double Bath Sinks LOW EWINDOWS Low emissive windows filter out UV rays and help keep heat in during the cooler months and keep heat out during the warmer months. R33/R11/R22 INSULATION An Energy Smart 3-1-2 ratio of Ceiling/ Walls/Floor insulation keeps your home well insulated during all seasons. PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Save additional dollars setting your desired temperature throughout the day; locking in the savings when you’re away from your home. ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHT BULBS Energy efficient light bulbs typically use 25%-80% less energy and last much longer than standard incandescent bulbs. SEALED DUCT WORK Located either in the ceiling or subfloor, sealed duct work increases heating and cooling efficiency ensuring a comfortable temperature in the home year round. ENERGY EFFICICENT WATER HEATER Thicker sidewalls help our water heaters maintain the water temperatures longer cutting down the amount of energy they use each day. WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH THE MONEY YOU SAVE? WHAT MAKES THE ENERGY SMART HOME SO SMART? RBI#3356 BONHAM BALANCE 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 18x76 1368 sq ft The Ladies of La Floresta Go To The Movies In February, the ladies enjoyed Mexican cuisine at Arturo’s Bar and Grill in Weslaco, followed by the movie 80 for Brady. The comedy, inspired by a true story, was very entertaining. Submitted by Arleen Bier. Food Bank RGV unveils new Mission Resource Center The Food Bank RGV is proud to announce the opening of its new Mission Resource Center, a partnership with the City of Mission, which will serve as a comprehensive hub for social services, nutrition education, and food assistance for the community. The Center is located at the former Mission Food Pantry and will be open to the public for the first time on Thursday, March 2. The Mission Resource Center is part of the Food Bank RGV’s ongoing efforts to address food insecurity and related issues in the Rio Grande Valley. The Center will provide a variety of services and resources to those in need, including access to an emergency food pantry, nutrition education classes, social services, and a hub for those seeking volunteer opportunities. “We are thrilled to open our new Mission Resource Center, which will provide a range of essential services to those in need, including an emergency food pantry, nutrition education classes, and access to social services team. The Center will also serve as a hub for those looking to volunteer and make a positive impact in our community,” said Libby A. Saenz, CEO of the Food Bank RGV. The ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony will take place on Thursday, March 2, at the Mission Resource Center. The event will begin at 9 a.m. and will feature local dignitaries, community leaders, and supporters of the Food Bank RGV. “We invite the entire community to join us in celebrating the opening of the Mission Resource Center,” said Saenz. “This Center represents a new chapter in the Food Bank RGV’s ongoing efforts to fight hunger and provide support to our neighbors in need.” For more information about the Mission Resource Center, or the Food Bank RGV, please visit the Food Bank RGV website or call (956) 682-8101. City of Mission volunteers place fresh produce into a vehicle during a mobile drive-thru pop-up distribution recently held at the Mission Resource Center.