A Feast of Fellowship

A Feast of Fellowship

Do you remember the story, Stone Soup? It’s about a hungry traveler who convinces a village that he can make a delicious soup from a stone. As the stone cooks, he persuades the villagers to part with other ingredients like salt, vegetables and meat. Before long, they...
An American Story

An American Story

Tucked away on the banks of the Guadalupe River at the Lazy U Ranch in Seguin is a small hand-crafted building that couldn’t be more than 200 square feet. But despite its small size, it delivers a powerful message as the only private, living war memorial in the U.S....
TWO A-MAZING Dreams

TWO A-MAZING Dreams

Most retirement plans include traveling, hobbies, and building your dream home. They usually don’t include building a maze. But surprisingly, two families shared the same dream of using their land to create a family-friendly retreat. Dean and Lisa Schmoekel of Marion...
TEXAS SHOWDOWN

TEXAS SHOWDOWN

What happens when two cities at opposite ends of the country claim to be The Turkey Capital? What else but a good old fashioned Texas showdown between turkeys, Ruby Begonia of Cuero, Texas and Paycheck of Worthington, Minnesota. It’s a turkey race not to be missed,...
An Unlikely Home Sweet Home

An Unlikely Home Sweet Home

Most people wouldn’t want to admit that the town jail was once their “home sweet home,” but Sandra Wolff recalls the Gonzales County Jail being just that when she was only six years old. Of course, that was back in the 1950s when her father, L.O. McGinty, was elected...
Join the Club

Join the Club

Growing up in a small town, there are some things you may never have an opportunity to see or do such as riding an escalator or watching seahorses being born right before your eyes. But, thanks to a POWER UP grant, community support, generous donations, and a lot of...