A JOYOUS Easter was had by all our clients and customers! Our friends from Zachry Corporation joined us at Mission Road for a fun Eggstavagaza where we enjoyed a visit from the Easter Bunny and hunting LOTS of eggs! Our Unicorn Center customers Leenette, Amy, Lisa, Brian, Arthur and Adriana joined the Virginia Gill Senior Center for an Easter Party. While more of our Unicorn Center customers made beautiful Easter baskets of their own design.

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Mission Road is particpating in the Childsafe Cardboard Kids campaign again this year! Cardboard Kids are 2-foot tall cardboard figures shaped like children that represent one of the thousands of children that are abused and neglected at the hands of adults in our community each year. Our clients have created their cardboard kids using their own imagniation and creativity. 

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We are honored to celebrate Mr. Joe Gorder (center), current President/CEO of Valero. The canvas pictured is a gift from the Mission Road children to Mr. Gorder as a thank you to him for his generosity, leadership and hard work as chairman of the 2018 United Way Campaign.

Also pictured with Mr. Gorder is Greg Anderson (left), current Mission Road Ministries Board Member and Joe Van Horn (right), current Mission Road Developmental Center Board President. 

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Gov. Greg Abbott named Alethea Bugg of San Antonio to the State Preservation Board Tuesday. An active community volunteer, Alethea Bugg is board president of the Friends of the Tobin Library at Oakwell; former chair of the Blood and Tissue Center Foundation, of which she remains a member; Mission Road Ministries board member; and KLRN Endowment Fund board member.

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Out and about in our community! Our Unicorn Center customers had the fun opportunity to visit The Virginia Gill Senior Center and celebrate Valentine's day! They enjoyed dancing and snacks.  State representative Ina Minjarez, of District 124, was also in attendance and gave carnation flowers to everyone at the center. Some of our Unicorn customers also went to the Mayan Theatre to watch a free movie sponsored by United Healthcare.

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The mission continues to fill our "river" around the flagpole with painted rock "fish." Gracie, the Activities Coordinator in Day Services, has the Day Services folks painting KINDNESS Rocks.

Great idea! One kind word can change someone's entire day. Just imagine what a river full will do for everyone's day?

Pleasant words are a honeycomb, Sweet to the soul and healing to the bones. Proverbs 16:24

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Nick has a dream -- a dream to be a social worker and help others the way the professionals in his life have helped him. It is something Nick has wanted to do for quite some time, so with the help of his Mission Road Ministries’ house staff, he finally took the leap.

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T'was a fun day at Unicorn with big party plans. No one was late, not even ViaTrans.

When Santa entered in he was met with great cheer. Each Unicorn customer was very good this year.  

With a twinkle in his eye and a twitch of his nose, he gave gifts to all and for pictures he did pose. 

Thank you, USAA, for spreading the Christmas love. We know you were sent from Heaven above.

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Our very own Santa's helpers made sure every Mission Road child was filled with wonder and joy on Christmas morning.  With a decked out golf cart and trailer filled with gifts, these elves made their way to each cottage, stealthily filling stockings, putting presents under all trees, and eating lots of cookies left out for the big man himself.

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Oh, What a Night!! The 38th Annual Grand Western Shindig was held at the Witte Musem Mays Family Center on Friday, December 1st. The 640 guests enjoyed a silent and live auction, a delicious dinner, and danced the night away to the Almost Patsy Cline Band. 
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