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Tue
07
Oct

Walking program begins Oct. 16 at Bfit Cuero Wellness Center

 

Cuero Community Hospital announces the kick off of Cuero’s JustWalkTM Walk with a Doc walking program at 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 at the new site of the Bfit Cuero Wellness Center, 701 N. Esplanade. 
 
Walkers can walk with Michael R. McLeod, MD, and other health care professionals, who will provide support and answer questions during the walk. Dr. McLeod encourages anyone in the community to join the walk. This is a free program and preregistration is not required. Future monthly walks, and which doctor will be leading, will be announced via the Walk with a Doc website, www.walkwithadoc.org. 
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Groundwater meeting scheduled Thursday

 

Texas Water Development Board announces a Groundwater Management Area 15 joint planning meeting at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 9. Citizens in Groundwater Management Area 15 interested in planning for their groundwater resources are invited to attend.
 
The meeting will be held at the Pattie Dodson Health Center, Room 108, 2805 N. Navarro St. in Victoria.
 
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Tue
07
Oct

18 students to be inducted into NHS Oct. 16

 

The Cuero chapter of the National Honor Society will induct 18 new members into its chapter at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 in the high school cafeteria. Family and friends are invited to attend. For more information contact NHS advisor Cat Haley at chaley@cueroisd.org or 361-275-1900, ext. 311.
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Alumni Trotter Camp scheduled Oct. 18

 

The inaugural Alumni Trotter Camp is scheduled from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Cuero High School Girls’ Gym. Participants must be a former CHS Trotter. Cost of registration is $35 per person.
 
Each participant will learn a dance to perform at the Oct. 24 football game against Sinton. Participants will receive a camp T-shirt. A snack and drink will be provided at the camp.
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Mini Trotter Camp participants to perform at Oct. 24 game

 

Children in grades pre-k thru sixth may be registered for Mini Trotter Camp scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Cuero High School Girls’ Gym. Cost of registration is $35 per child and $30 per each additional sibling.
 
Participants will learn a dance to perform on the field at the Oct. 24 football game against Sinton and will receive a camp T-shirt. A snack and drink will be provided at the camp.
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Ribbon cutting for Rodeo Gypsy scheduled Oct. 15

 

The Cuero Chamber of Commerce will host a Ribbon Cutting for Rodeo Gypsy at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15. Rodeo Gypsy is at 110 S. Esplanade and is owned by Amanda Parr. Light refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend and welcome our newest business to Cuero.
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Senate hopefuls speak in Cuero candidate forum

 

Fri
03
Oct

Gobblers win homecoming over Giddings 62-31

See full details in next The Cuero Record

Wed
01
Oct

Candidates speak on local issues at forum

 

Wed
01
Oct

Fred Hansen's road to the Olympics started in Cuero

 

The year was 1964. The Summer Olympics were held in October in Tokyo. After a 10 hour competition, Fred Hansen snagged the gold medal in pole vaulting. 
 
This month marks the 50th anniversary of the event. His trek to the Olympics started in Cuero. Hansen recalled the events that led him to the Olympics.
 
As a boy, Hansen grew up with his parents Ellyce and Frederick Hansen on Reuss Blvd. He said he remembers being fascinated by the sport from a young age.
 
“I started in the sixth grade, watching a boy out here in Cuero High School jump. [...] It just infatuated me, how it looked, so I got a cane pole my dad had in the garage —  he used it to roll carpets —  and I taped it, so it wouldn’t break. I jumped over chairs and tables and fences.”
 
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