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Tue
15
Mar

City of Cuero launching spay program

The City of Cuero along with the Pet Adoptions of Cuero team are joining together to launch a major spay program for female dogs and cats. The program is open to any Cuero city resident who would like to have their female dog, cat or feral cat fixed prior to the spring breeding season.

In order to be eligible for the no-cost procedure, residents of Cuero will need to call City Hall at 361-275-6114 and ask for Monica Lopez.

Pet info needed includes name, age, breed and color.

Residents will need to provide a current utility bill to prove residency, a contact phone number and their preferred choice of a participating vet clinic here in Cuero.

Tue
15
Mar

Cuero police investigating burglary on March 9

Cuero Police are investigating a burglary that occurred March 9 at DeWitt County Producers in the 400 block of W. Church. 

Burglary suspect broke a window to gain entry sometime during the night.

Along with electronic equipment, the thief took a small amount of merchandise and cash.

Police are investigating surveillance video and finger prints for assistance in identifying a suspect

Tue
15
Mar

Meyersville honor roll

Following is the Meyersville ISD 5th Six Weeks honor roll.

A Honor Roll

1st Grade: Cari Copeland, Hayden Leist, Cale Machen

2nd Grade: Madyx Blain, Bethanie Brewer, Andrew Hahn, Kaleigh Newman, Colton Ohrt, Carly Weischwill

3rd Grade: Olivia Nall, Jackie Finney, Evelyn Serrano, Paisley Janssen

4th Grade: Madalynn Kroos, Kade Ohrt

5th Grade: Emily Buske, Kelton Dunn, Aubry Warwas

6th Grade: Seth Davis, Cash Kirbo

7th Grade: Bryten Buendel, Mason Nagel, Mackenzie Blain

8th Grade: Amy Davis, Dane Foerster

A/B Honor Roll

1st Grade: Hudsos Zengerle, Emma Woytek, Peyton Copeland, Peyton Diebel, Haleigh Drehr, Addison Lopez, Avery Martin, Tanner Nall

2nd Grade: Tyler Fulenwider, Amelia Walker, Ethan Welch

Tue
15
Mar

Texas German Society state convention

Members of the Lavaca/DeWitt Chapter of the Texas German Society attended the State Convention on Saturday, March 12. Seventeen members traveled to Alleyton for the Convention which was held in the St. Roch Catholic Church Parish Hall.

Attendees were welcomed in both English and German. The Columbus Boy Scout Troop 312 conducted the flag ceremony and presented the flags of the United States, Texas and Germany. 

Throughout the day, the programs focused on the genealogy, history, and culture of German Americans.

The first program was presented by Arliss Treybig who outlined the immigration of the German families who settled in Mentz, their problems and successes while living in a new land.

Tue
15
Mar

Texas Independence Day observed March 2

DeWitt County observed Texas Independence Day on March 2 on the steps of the county courthouse with the reading of the Texas Declaration of Independence which was written in 1836. Those reading the document were, from left, Joe Sheppard, Rev. A.L. Taylor, Larry Knuckels, Dr. Glenn Robertson, and County Judge Daryl Fowler.

Photo by Glenn Rea/The Cuero Record

Tue
15
Mar

Weber recognized by hospital

Cuero Community Hospital presented Richard Weber with a plaque on Wednesday, March 9 in recognition of 11 years of service to the DeWitt Medical District board of directors. Pictured from left are Charles Papacek (board member), Weber, Dr. John Frels (board member), Carlyle Stakes (board member) and Skip Gjolberg (Hospital CEO).

The Cuero Record

Tue
15
Mar

Dr. Antonio Benavides ribbon cutting at CCH

Cuero Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, March 9 at Cuero Community Hospital for the opening of Dr. Antonio Benavides’ general surgery practice. Dr. Benavides attended the University of Texas in Austin for his undergraduate degree and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. For the past 21 years, Dr. Benavides had a private practice in Harlingen before moving to Cuero. He has already performed surgeries and is now accepting patients.

The Cuero Record

Tue
15
Mar

Celebrating Dr. Seuss

The theme for Toddler Story Time last week was “Celebrating Dr. Seuss.”

Shannon began story time with a “Good Morning to my Friends” song  and followed with Toddlerobics exercises.Next she did a finger play with “Rollie Pollie” and then read “The Cat in the Hat.”

Shannon asked the children which songs they would like to hear, and the children chose two songs where they could shake their sillies out followed by the Monkey song. Shannon did another finger play with (Open and Shut Them) using finger and arm movements, and then read a counting rhyme about five cats, using her fingers.

Next Shannon read another Dr. Seuss story entitled “Put Me in the Zoo” then she gave each child a color dot to put on the felt board animal when she called out that specific color.

The children finished off, with a craft, by making a picture of the cat in the hat out of construction paper.

Tue
15
Mar

St. Mark's shows their support

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church is giving back to those in need. The Quilting Group of St. Mark’s has been quilting for the past year in preparation for Lutheran World Relief’s quilting mission.

Fifteen ladies from St. Mark’s have worked diligently over the past year and have already made 258 quilts.

These ladies at St. Mark’s put in a lot of work, meeting weekly at the church but make it clear that it “takes a whole community to make this happen.”

They have to find affordable fabrics and receive donations. It is a team effort, as they emphasize.

Each quilt takes on average three to fours to make: from top assembly or sandwiching to binding then tying and clipping; it is a lengthy process.

Tue
15
Mar

Gobbler Grace

By Robert Proctor

The Cuero Record

Cuero ISD has teachers who care about their students. One of them, second grade teacher Hannah Carson, has put this into practice outside of the classroom and has already seen an overwhelming response from students with a study called Gobbler Grace.

Carson started working at Hunt Elementary in January 2015 after graduating from Southeastern University in Florida in December 2014.

“I was taught faith integration and how to reach out to kids in a different way,” Carson stated.

She wanted to do more for her kids than just teach them at school.

Carson said, “I need to do more. The word grace kept coming back to me.”

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