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On October 15th, Seadrift, Texas was alive with music, dancing, great food, stunning artists and most importantly, fine fishermen! The 6-week project reports nothing but success; approximately $4,000 was raised in the one day on Seadrift’s bay front. The goal was simple – to raise money to capture local fishermen’s stories for a project known […]

Civil War Exhibit

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 27 Oct 11 - 0 Comments

The Calhoun County Museum, in Port Lavaca, has opened an exhibit of Civil War Artifacts. The exhibition is scheduled to run until May 1, 2012. Included in the exhibit are minié bullets, belt buckles, cannonballs and more. In addition to the Civil War exhibit, you will find many other interesting items dealing with the life […]

Thanks for Another Great Grand Slam! By Amy Gosnell

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 27 Oct 11 - 0 Comments

We had a total of 29 boats enter the tournament, making the 6th Annual POC Grand Slam (held Oct. 7th & 8th) the best year yet. The saying “it gets better with time” fits perfectly! The POC Grand Slam would like to thank everyone for coming out and supporting us! We had some awesome donations […]

Seadrift School’s Annual Veterans Day Program

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 27 Oct 11 - 0 Comments

Seadrift School’s Annual Veterans Day Program Wednesday, November 9 10:00 a.m. in the gym. All Veterans are invited to have lunch after the program. Veterans Day marks the signing of the armistice that ended WWI on November 11, 1918. In the years following, many people observed November 11 as a special day. However, it was […]

Important Bad News By Joyce Rhyne

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 27 Oct 11 - 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: Although the Dolphin Talk enjoys being a “good news” publication, we feel that this is a subject of which our readers need to be aware. If you think that slavery ended more than 100 years ago, you are sorely mistaken. There are currently 27 million people in our world who are currently held […]

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