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Posts published in “Day: November 8, 2022

Students Show Their Acting Skills at Aldine’s TheatreFest

At the 2022 TheatreFest held at Carver High School in October, over 300 middle and high school students from across Aldine ISD competed in categories ranging from solo and group acting performances to technical theatre design categories. The highest ranking a student could receive is a Superior rating.

Medals for Superior Rating

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Jocelyn Bonds — Nimitz HS (Mainstage Performer)Aja White — Carver HS (Mainstage Performer)Traylee Ashley — Carver HS (Mainstage Performer)Courtney Hubert — Carver HS (Mainstage Performer)Trinity Jones — Carver HS (Mainstage Performer)

Karen Singleton — Davis HSDevin Spearman — Carver HSBailey Day — Carver HSOriana Willis — Carver HSChacen Cloud — Nimitz HSJarian Denson — Eisenhower HS

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Pct. 2 opens Mental Health Services POD in Aldine

Access2Health Smart Pod is the third mobile clinic to open in Precinct 2

Harris County, TX — Monday, October 31, 2022 – Commissioner Garcia was joined by Baylor College of Medicine, Catholic Charities, and The Harris Center to celebrate the ribbon cutting for the third ACCESS2HEALTH Smart Pod in Precinct 2. The Smart Pod will bring mental health services to the community regardless of ability to pay. The event took place at 2:30 p.m.

Officials at the Ribbon Cutting were Commissioner Adrian Garcia; Dr. Sharmila Anandasabapathy, Baylor College of Medicine; Cynthia Colbert, Catholic Charities; Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee; and Wayne Young, The Harris Center.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony took place Monday, October 31, 2022, 2:30 p.m. at the Northeast Community Center parking lot at 10918 Bentley, Houston, Tx 77093.

East Aldine celebrates Dia de los Muertos

EAST ALDINE – The Day of the Dead, Dia De Los Muertos, came to life at the Town Center all day last Saturday, October 29 when families gathered to honor their departed and look to the future.

Sponsored by the East Aldine District, the event featured sacred altars to remember loved ones. In addition there was music and dancing, hay rides and a pumpkin patch, face painting, food, fun, and prizes.