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Register to Vote in Bryan College Station Brazos County Texas

It is time to VOTE both in Bryan College Station and across the US. Whether you vote left or right or a little of both, YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

Even if you think you are registered, please double check your registration status. You can also register to be an absentee voter if you won’t be able to vote on November 6th. In that case, you would receive an absentee ballot about three weeks prior to the election to return to your local board of elections by Election Day.

Not sure if you are registered? Use this handy website to find out. It can tell you where you are registered and your polling location.

Thank you, and remember…every vote counts!

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The City of College Station Fall Activities Part 2

For Part 1….  Creative activities for adults include making balloon animals 101 and 102, how to crochet a rug, learning flower arranging, making mosaics, soap making, and how to make stained glass. The dance activities teach belly dancing and country western dancing at beginner and intermediate levels. Exercise classes offer Tai Chi and Yoga. Gardening classes teach how to mix flowers with veggies in your yard and self help classes teach you the basics on how to de-stress and use hypnosis for better sleep and for weight reduction. Languages that are taught include English (as a second language), Japanese, and Spanish. Guitar lessons, piano lessons and mountain dulcimer lessons teach the musically-inclined how to make their own tunes. Quilting, sewing, shooting and hunting courses, dog obedience courses, couponing, voice-over work and history classes teaching about the Brazos County are also offered.

For senior citizens in the area, monthly programs are available to stay involved and active. Seniors can participate in one, or in several programs. Computer Club meets the first Wednesday of each month and reviews the basics of computer technology, 42 Dominoes meets on Thursday mornings, and Bingo and Birthday Party is available the last Friday of each month. Extracurricular activities include the Bluegrass Jam Session, Movie & Popcorn, Genealogy Group, Sr. Advisory Committee, Monthly Read the rest of this entry »

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City of College Station Fall Activites Part 1

Early in the morning or late in the evening, a cool breeze hits College Station and people are reminded of the beautiful fall weather that is on its way. Although fall technically begins September 22 this year, the College Station City fall activities have already begun. Youth programs, adult programs, senior adult programs, special events and all types of parks are open to the general public.

The city offers many different sports to youth in College Station between the ages of 5 and 18. Kids love to be active, and the best way to teach them a healthy lifestyle is to teach them to love working out! Sports like flag football, volleyball, basketball, and tennis are all offered on different days for kids of all ages. There is even a soccer team for children with special needs. The cost of the program ranges from $15 per child to $105 per child. Practices are a couple times a week and each team will participate in games in the community. If you are interested in coaching one of these sports, you can apply to volunteer at cstx.gov/sportsvolunteer.

There are also youth programs other than sporting events. Kids Klub is available as an after school program for any child enrolled in College Station ISD elementary or intermediate schools. Kids Klub strives to teach children to develop their physical, social, emotional and Read the rest of this entry »

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The Texas Aggies Face the Ole Miss Rebels

Texas A&M University’s transfer to the Southeastern Conference placed them in a division with some of the top athletic universities in the nation. Alongside such names as the Alabama Crimson Tide and LSU Tigers is another powerful southern university: The University of Mississippi, better known as Ole Miss with the mascot the Rebel Black Bear.

The University of Mississippi is in the Western Division of the SEC with Texas A&M. This means that the two schools will be playing together in the 2012 season, with Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Arkansas, and Mississippi State. The Aggies line up to face Ole Miss on October 6th of 2012 at the University of Mississippi, in their Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

Texas A&M’s history with Ole Miss is mostly ancient. They have played only one football game together since 1937, and that was the relatively recent 2000 Independence Bowl Game. Ole Miss barely snuck past the Aggies with a 43-41 victory, marking their second win in the four game history between the two schools. The two schools’ most recent game before the millennium was in 1937, when the Aggies shut out the University of Mississippi Read the rest of this entry »

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Georgia Bulldogs Avoid the Texas Aggies in the 2012 Football Season

The University of Georgia Bulldogs will not face off against the Texas A&M Aggies in the latter’s premiere season in the SEC. This, however, is no excuse to ignore that Georgia is, and has been, an elite program with the Southeastern Conference, and will remain to do so throughout the upcoming years of A&M’s assimilation.

University of Georgia is in the Eastern Division of the SEC, one of the determining factors of their avoiding a confrontation with the rookie Aggies. They are one of the founding institutions of the SEC, joining the conference at its creation in 1932, and one of the most widely respected and competitive. With two consensus national championship titles under their belt for Georgia Bulldog Football, as well as three other titles from various national rankings, the Bulldogs have a strong history of success.

Along with a rich athletic history, the school also has an ancient and rich academic history. Founded in 1785 as a Public Research Institution in Athens, Georgia, The U of G is the oldest university in the Southeastern conference by nine years. It is also one of multiple universities across the nation with a claim as the oldest public university in the entire nation.

Curiously, the University of Georgia wasn’t constructed until 1799 when the Senatus Academicus voted to officially Read the rest of this entry »

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