The first deadline for drawn hunts is less than a week away. Don’t miss out, apply today!
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 is the deadline for these hunt categories:
The next application deadline will be August 15. Drawings are usually held the next business day after the deadline.
How It Works
- Browse hunts by category or location.
- Use your Customer ID as your identifier.
- Apply online up to 11:59 p.m. Central Time on the deadline date.
- Apply multiple times in the same category.
- The application fee is $0, $3 or $10, depending on the hunt.
- After you apply, you can check your drawing status at any time.
- If you are drawn for a hunt, an $80 or $130 permit fee is required for most hunts. Some hunts have no permit fees.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brownsville’s semi-tropical climate is recognized as one of the most delightful in the nation. The city has an average temperature of 74 degrees and an average rainfall of 25.55 inches. Average relative humidity is 75.25%. The comfortable year-round climate provides for an abundance of recreational fun and activities.
Residents regularly visit Matamoros and South Padre Island as both places are only minutes away. Brownsville’s population is quickly approaching 200,000 and growing. Our sister city of Matamoros has a population in excess of 750,000. As the seat of Cameron County, we are a city rich in history and one of the fastest growing areas in the United States.
Most insurance accepted; Medicare & Medicaid
In-House X-Ray, Laboratory & Ultrasound
Adult & Elderly
- Immigration Physical
- Nerve Studies
- Male Impotence
- Detection of Cancer
- Drug Screening
- Diabetes Care
- Heart Disease
- High Blood Pressure
- Family Planning
- Sports Physicals
- Urinary Incontinence
- Wellness Exams
- Physicals for Sports
- Newborn Care
- Severe Acne
- Detection of ETS
- Treatment of Warts
- Ingrown Nails
- Earwax Removal
Episcopal Day School believes in implementing a strong academic program with particular emphasis on the basic academic skills and encouraging each child to strive to attain his/her maximum potential. We further believe in guiding each child in his/her spiritual growth, fostering a love for learning, and instilling in each child a respect for oneself and others. It is our intent that these beliefs be accomplished within the context of a Christian community where each person – student, teacher, administrator, and staff member – is seen and valued as a child of God, and where truth and the freedom which truth provides will ever be sought.
The Episcopal Day School is fully accredited by the Southwest Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES) and the Texas Private School Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC,) a division of the Texas Education Agency.
Located in the southernmost part of Texas with quick access to the Gulf of Mexico & the US Interstate highway system, the Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport serves as a strategic port of entry. The airport is also a familiar beacon to the US for all international and domestic air carriers, as well to corporate and general aviation operators flying through the world’s airspace system.
At BRO, we have two runways capable of serving 95% of the existing commercial fleet and 100% of the corporate and general aviation fleet. The airport is equipped with three types of instrument approaches that allow to safely conduct air operations even in adverse weather conditions, a Federal Inspection Station open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and two fixed base operators on the field.
Let’s face it: summers in the valley are hot! Luckily, the Children’s Museum of Brownsville and Schlitterbahn have joined up to offer a cool summer discount for two-day admission tickets! Simply visit the Children’s Museum and pick up both pink and blue tickets for $40.
The pink ticket gets you in the waterpark for the first day.
The blue ticket gets you right back in next day for $22 at the gate!
There’s no better way to beat the summer heat than with the one-two combo of museum fun and waterpark action, so come to the Children’s Museum of Brownsville and pick up your tickets today! Tickets valid until September 17, 2017, and only available for purchase at the museum.
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Posted on Rails to Trails.
The Active Plan is poised to turn south Texas into a world-class tourist destination—and spark a new era for health and wellness.
There’s a saying that “Everything’s bigger in Texas.” In the Lower Rio Grande Valley, 10 municipalities in Cameron County are proving the expression right as they embark on the creation of a 428-mile network of multiuse trails, bicycle routes and paddling trails aimed at connecting the region’s rich natural and cultural resources.
Sponsored by The Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation and the University of Texas School of Public Health—as well as the cities of Brownsville, Harlingen, Combes, Los Fresnos, Los Indios, Port Isabel, San Benito, South Padre Island, and the towns of Laguna Vista and Rancho Viejo—the Lower Rio Grande Valley Active Transportation and Tourism Plan, or “Active Plan,” is a first-of-its-kind blueprint to link the beaches, wildlife preserves, waterways and cultural sites the valley is already known for, attract waves of active tourists and transform the health of the local citizenry.
Read the Full Article on Rails to Trails.