Media Advisory: CBC Kingsville set to host free CCRC-KV Information Fair

Media Advisory

CBC Kingsville set to host free CCRC-KV Information Fair

 Members from the Kingsville community and surrounding areas are invited to attend the Coordinated Community Response Coalition- Kingsville’s (CCRC-KV) Community Resources Information Fair, which will take place at the Coastal Bend College (CBC) Kingsville site. Representatives from CCRC-KV will provide attendees with information regarding public safety, health services and community safety.

WHAT:                 

CCRC-KV Turn Texas Teal: Community Resources Information Fair

WHEN:                 

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

WHERE:              

CBC Kingsville site

Front Lobby

1814 S. Brahma Boulevard

Kingsville, Texas 78363

WHO:                    

CBC President Beatriz T. Espinoza; NAS Commanding Officer Capt. Chris Misner; the City of Kingsville Mayor Sam Fugate; Representatives from the CCRC-KV; Kingsville community members

PHOTO OPP:

10:15 a.m.- Proclamation by NAS Commanding Officer Capt. Chris Misner and the City of Kingsville Mayor Sam Fugate

CONTACT:    

 

Jennifer Radcliffe-Jones

Coordinated Community Response Coalition- Kingsville

(361) 516-0288

jradcliffejones@thewomensshelter.org

ABOUT COASTAL BEND COLLEGE

Coastal Bend College (CBC), formerly known as Bee County College (BCC), is a public two-year institution of higher education that was founded in 1965. There are currently four CBC locations in South Texas: Beeville, Alice, Kingsville and Pleasanton. CBC offers both academic and workforce pathways for students and is accredited by the Southern Association of College and Schools (SACS).

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