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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!
Dickinson Bayou Ranch is hosting fundraiser for Texas EquuSearch this Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. There will be BBQ plates for $10.00 each, live music by Blue Attitude, and fun events planned for the entire family. The address is 12900 2nd Street, Dickinson, Texas. Second Street is off of FM
Please see video below for the interviews, and please continue to keep Crystal’s family in your thoughts and prayers.
David Lohr, writer for the Huffington Post, has been in Texas covering Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. He sat down with Tim Miller, Founder and Director of Texas EquuSearch, to discuss his recent rescue of his family. Additionally, he shot a video of Odie and Michelle Odenwalder, long-time members’ still-flooded home. Finally, he spoke with
We would like to thank Keith Mercado, Elizabeth Atchison, Domino Taylor, Debi Hart, Rhonda McCracken Castro, Kathy Gray, Kevin Cotter and Sherry McKinney for being on the Steering Committee to organize Keith’s Kemah Bay Day, which benefited Texas EquuSearch. We would also like to thank all of the Texas EquuSearch volunteers who worked on the