Featured News Archive
11/28/17 — Texas EquuSearch is pleased to announce that a couple of our members have graciously agreed to serve as Safety Representatives for our organization. Billy Collins from the ATV division and Eddie Arguijo from the Foot Search division will represent our Zero Accident Philosophy as Safety Representatives. In the future all safety issues should
Many of our supporters are shopping for Christmas gifts on Amazon. This is a reminder to shop at smile.amazon.com to increase donations for Texas EquuSearch. Amazon has a large variety of gifts that are perfect for Christmas, including electronics, toys, jewelry, clothing, and more. Follow the link smile.amazon.com to support Texas EquuSearch: smile.amazon.com/ch/76-0664878
We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to Angeline Auzenne, Founder and President of the Bayou Belles Charity Service Organization, Byron Auzenne, their children Sarah and Ethan, along with all of the volunteer Belles who held a very successful fundraiser for Texas EquuSearch. This is the 4th fundraiser that BBCSO has held for Texas
Please see the slideshow below, which depicts our ATV classroom and field safety/training. Enjoy!
10/06/17 — Corvette of Houston is holding their Annual Fall Charity Open Car Show on November 11, 2017. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Texas EquuSearch. The address is Sugar Land Town Square, 2711 Plaza Drive Sugar Land, TX 77479. See flyer for more information. Additionally, the Pre-Registration is in downloable format below if
Please read the interesting article below about Gene Robinson, Texas EquuSearch’s Chief Drone Pilot. Gene has been a long-time member, and an invaluable asset to our organization. Gene continues to educate people on the proper use of drones, and the associated laws regarding same. https://unmanned-aerial.com/chat-grandfather-drone-sar-harvey-faa-public-perception
Some photos from the fundraiser at Dickinson Bayou Ranch… a special thanks to the gang at the ranch who were nice enough to host this event even after suffering flood damage themselves. It was a great day to celebrate our past successes and prepare for the future. Please visit and follow the Ranch on Facebook!