One of my favorite places on this earth is Harlingen, Texas. Texas is exciting with the wide open spaces with cowboys and girls packing protection against what. The law of the land is it that different in Texas than other states. Take me to Harlingen Texas to see what the draw ha ha draw is to this area. Is it the housing the amenities of this area. Lets take a visit to the wide open spaces of horses cattle and diner and dancing. To great housing and design to history. Texas has a story to tell us all if we take a walk on the wild west side and go back in time and into the future of Harlingen. Art Falcone is a big fan as well.
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There are a lot of things to like about Harlingen, Texas, and there are countless recreational activities available to both residents and visitors alike. For the residents of Harlingen, creating a welcoming environment is so exceptionally important that they often commit a great deal of time and energy to ensuring that visitors want to return again and again.
Joe Olujic has seen this sort of hospitality firsthand. A frequent visitor to Harlingen, Olujic was immediately amazed by how at ease he felt in a city he had never previously been to when he first arrived in the Texas city so many years ago. He felt such a great deal of comfort when he made that first visit that Harlingen has become a regular destination for the Wisconsin native.
While Harlingen residents are known for their kindness and their persistent hospitality, there are many other ways that they contribute to making Harlingen a better place for visitors and residents. There have been many instances in which the people of Harlingen have worked together in the name of a common cause, and they are more than willing to go above and beyond when it comes to improving their city.
One such instance recently involved an issue with breeding mosquitoes. While the city worked to eradicate the mosquitoes, residents participated by proactively identifying and eliminating any potential breeding grounds for the pests. This made the efforts of the city much more manageable and helped to quickly rid the city of a problem visitors never even noticed.
A 9/11 memorials seem to frequently use the phrase “Never Forget” but a new exhibit using the same slogan is now open in Harlingen. This exhibit tells the stories of WWII concentration camp survivors from the survivor point of view.
“To some local families this exhibit means a lot. About 40 to 60 people a day are coming through to see it,” Miller said.
“A lot of people from the local Jewish community came to see it during the opening reception.”
Seliger took photo images of Holocaust survivors, including some who eventually settled in Texas, to combine the experiences of survivors with fine portraits, capturing their individual personalities.
I wasn’t able to find an opening and closing date for the exhibit so if you want to see it, go as soon as possible. Other sources indicate that the footage and interviews will also be on SlideShare.net at some point in the future.
Cameron Crossing signature anchor store Bass Pro Shop was once considering expanding to the new retail center directly East of Hwy 77 before renewing their long term lease. I thought that would be a great location with the one problem being the area is primarily industrial with residential further East and South. Their current location allows for a little expansion, but it’s not likely.
With a wonderful new LongHorn Steakhouse next door, Bass is surely to stay a long time!