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MARCH 15, 2023 4 WINTER TEXAN TIMES 3201 E. EXP. 83 • DONNA, TX 78537 (956) 464-3378 of Donna ClaytonHomes Doug Fowler • 18Cu Ft. Frost Free Refrigerator • 30” Electric Range • Dishwasher • RangeHoodwith Light & Fan • 72” Deck Tub in Primary Bath • 48” Shower withGlass Doors • 2” Cordless Blinds Throughout • 44”WideHallways • 52” Ceiling Fan in Living Room • Energy Smart • LEDBulbs • Ecobee Programmable Thermostat • R22-13-33 Insulation • LowE Thermal PaneWindows Tired of living in that old mobile home? Need more room? Or is that old home falling down around you? What if we took the old home in on trade? We can take your trade and use it towards the down payment of your new home, even if you still owe a balance. LET US SHOW YOU WHAT YOUR TRADE CAN DO FOR YOU AT CLAYTON HOMES OF DONNA! CLAYTON HOMES OF DONNA CAN TAKE YOUR TRADE Lic. # rbi3356 McAllen Wind Ensemble presents “Memories” The McAllen Wind Ensemble, formerly the McAllen Town Band, presents their fourth and final concert of the season on Sunday, April 2, 3 p.m. at the McAllen Performing Arts Center. The Memories concert is presented by ASAS Health, Family Health Center of Mission. Music is such a significant part of life. It dots our memories throughout our lives that hearing a familiar tune may evoke memories of a specific experience like attending your first rock concert or watching your favorite cartoon and bringing forth nostalgic memories of your childhood. Music is all around us and each of us has a personalized soundtrack ingrained in our memories of the moments and experiences in our lives. The band will perform a diverse musical tour down memory lane. Come make new memories with the conclusion of the ensemble’s 2022-2023 season. As the band gears up for what will be their 50th Anniversary next season, they want to know what memories the community has of past performances. If you have photos, recordings, or written recollections, you can submit them to be part of a retrospective. Email to info@mcallenwindsemble. org or share via social media: www. or @mcallen_wind_ensemble on Instagram. Additional promotions for the concert include: Buy one get one free tickets are available to military veterans by presenting your military ID at the box office. Tickets start at $10 inclusive of fees and can be purchased in-person at the McAllen Performing Arts Center Box Office by calling 1-800-7453000, or at As a nonprofit organization sustained by the community’s support, the organization also seeks to partner with local businesses who wish to advertise or sponsor our concert programs. For more information, please contact About the McAllen Wind Ensemble After visiting towns in Mexico and seeing the role of community bands, a group of music enthusiasts created the Town Band Association in 1974. The all-volunteer group of musicians currently performs a series of four ticketed concerts and several community performances each year. The organization continues its mission to improve the quality of life in the Rio Grande Valley and promote a greater appreciation of music through regular public concerts. For more information, visit and follow on Facebook and Instagram. About ASAS Health, Family Health Center of Mission For more than 30 years ASAS Health has served its community by delivering high-quality, compassionate healthcare. Today ASAS Health has joined forces with Alpine Physicians to reinforce its vision, mission, and core values. ASAS Health’s Vision is to “Be the pre-eminent destination for patients, and providers and to provide accessible, quality primary health care to the medically underserved”. Our Mission is simple: to “transform senior care and restore the joy of practice”. The Family Medical Health Center of Mission recently joined ASAS Health to continue its mission of providing high-quality health care services to all of its patients. For more information, please visit McAllen Wind Ensemble. Photo by Carina Brunson