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Posts published in “Day: May 31, 2018

Jacinto City’s new swimming pool opens

Back row L – R: City Manager Lon Squyres, Linda Jamail (Community Liaison Rep. Ana Hernandez office), Councilmen Jimmy “JJ” Rivas, Allen Lee, Mario Gonzales and Ivan Rojas, Parks and Recreation Director. Cutting the ribbon L – R: Brothers Ricardo and Emmanuel Navarro, Councilman Gregg Robinson and Mayor Ana Diaz.

By Allan Jamail

Saturday, May 26, 2018 — Jacinto City opened its swimming pool, which boasts a twisting turbo slide, splash pad, and an area with a river-like current that takes swimmers swirling swiftly at fast speeds around the pool.

City Manager Lon Squyres said the state of the art pool automatically checks and adjusts the chlorine and chemical levels of the water to insure the water stays healthy while in use.

Cloverleaf Elementary breaks ground for new building

L – R: John Moore and Sonya George, (GPISD), Linda Jamail, (Community Liaison State Representative Ana Hernandez office), State Senator Sylvia Garcia, Yuroba Harris, (Community Liaison Congressman Gene Green office), Cloverleaf Principal Lee Brown, Dr. Wanna Giacona, (GPISD), Ken Wallace, Realtor Frank Nadolney, and Wilfred Broussard, Jr. (GPISD).

By Allan Jamail

Houston, TX. — May 22, 2018 — Galena Park School District’s Cloverleaf Elementary held their ground breaking ceremony with community members and both former and current staff members present.

“We look back with nostalgia and forward with excitement as Cloverleaf Elementary students and staff celebrated the ground breaking. It is difficult for us to let go of such a historic part of the Galena Park ISD community, but we know the new building will continue the legacy of serving the families of the Cloverleaf neighborhood,” says Lee Brown, principal of Cloverleaf.

“Cloverleaf is so much more than a building. There is something truly special about the community, teachers and administration at Cloverleaf,” says Ofelia Garza, former Cloverleaf Principal. “It is about family… I know the legacy will remain for future generations, and they will maintain the family atmosphere which has existed since the original campus opened.”

Jacinto City recognizes top Galena Park ISD students

Jacinto City’s 2018 top 10 percent GPISD graduates: L – R: Sydney Becerra, Melissa Garcia Ramirez, Alyssa Lopez and Christopher Diaz Jr.

Not present: Eli Anahi Gallo, Nallely Lizeth Garcia Mejia, Stephanie Garcia, Sarae Marie Gutierrez, Eduardo Hernandez Lopez, Jayda Alexis Martinez, Frank Nieto, Alyssa Victoria Puga, Carina Lucia Reynoso, Jocelyn C. Salgado, and Jaqueline Vela.