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San Angelo Lifestyles - Summer 2013


Hello San Angelo! Summer is starting to wind down and for the locals it was a busy one. Former First Lady Laura Bush graced us with her presence - which was a treat for all. San Angelo Lifestyles is no stranger to good news and it seems like the local economy is headed in the right direction. This issue is full of stories of local heroes and non-profit organizations that are on a mission to help others with no recognition in mind.

San Angelo is a patriotic community that does not overlook the price America’s military and their families have paid for our freedom. Check out a few of those families and their stories in this edition. It is our hope that you will not only read these articles but take time to reflect on the sacrifices these individuals make in an effort to better our lives. Please take the time to thank these service men and women, along with their families, the next time you pass them on the street or maybe when you are enjoying a chicken fry for lunch at The Mesquite Bean!

Take it from someone who travels all over the state, learning about local heroes and real “hometown living,” when I say that San Angelo truly has something special! From friendly hardworking West Texans to a culturally diverse downtown like no other, this town is one of my favorite places to visit. So kick back and enjoy this issue with a little hometown pride. You have earned it!

As always, we love to hear your news, so send in your Hometown Happenings submissions to our wonderful Content Manager, Cara Stone. We would also like to take this time to introduce the newest member of our WYIM family, Casey and Trisha Perkins’ new baby girl, Jorie Cait. With babies in mind, don’t forget to have your photographer share your new blessing with us for Hometown Bundles of Joy section. Please contact Cara for more information - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Blessings to you and your family,