OC production in remembrance of Holocaust

first_img WhatsApp Jewish Virtual Library.OC Theatre, Art, Music.Ector Middle School. Facebook Local NewsEducation OC production in remembrance of Holocaust Registration set for engineering camp Twitter Previous articleBOYS BASKETBALL: Permian puts clamps on Odessa High as Panthers stay atop district standingsNext articlePetitioners seeking council change plan final push admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest WhatsApp By admin – January 17, 2018 Facebook Odessa College students Alyssa Priest as Raja Englanderova, left, and Savannah Poor as Irena Synkova, act out a scene from “I Never Saw a Butterfly,” a play about the Holocaust that will be performed for ECISD middle school students. Twitter Home Local News Education OC production in remembrance of Holocaust Noel earns award To help mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Odessa College is producing “I Never Saw Another Butterfly” Jan. 19 and Jan. 20 with matinees for Ector County Independent School District middle school students.The Jan. 19 and Jan. 20 stagings will be at 7:30 p.m. in the Jack Rodgers Fine Arts Center on the OC campus, 201 W. University Blvd.Matinees for middle school students are Jan. 19, Jan. 26 and Feb. 2 at Ector Middle School, but those are not open to the public, said Mark Kolokoff, head of Odessa College’s Theatre Performance Program. The performances are free.Carl Berry Moore was hired to direct “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” but had an illness in the family, so Kolokoff is now producing and directing the show.“I Never Saw Another Butterfly” is set in a concentration camp at Terezin in what is now the Czech Republic. “Of the vast majority of Czech Jews who were taken to Terezin (or Theresienstadt), 97,297 died among whom were 15,000 children. Only 132 of those children were known to have survived,” the Jewish Virtual Library website said.“Holocaust remembrance day is Jan. 27, so we thought it would be a good idea to correspond the showing of this with that memorial or remembrance,” Kolokoff said.Ector Middle School Director of Student Services Rebecca Osborne said about 4,000 students overall are expected to view the performances.At Ector, Osborne said students are reading the script ahead of time. She added that it’s a 40-minute version of the play.“Reading dramatic literature is part of the TEKS and so is poetry. The play is based, in part, on the poetry that the children that were living in a concentration camp wrote,” Osborne said.TEKS stands for Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and are the state’s educational standards in all subjects.Kolokoff said he has had matinees at OC, but he has never toured for ECISD students.“It’s gone well,” Kolokoff said of the production. “The challenge is that they haven’t rehearsed since last semester because they had break, so this is the first rehearsal today to get it going again. Since I haven’t been involved in the directing, I’m not super familiar with what they’ve done with it so I’ll see it for the first time today.”Kolokoff said it’s important to perform “I Never Saw Another Butterfly” so people don’t forget history.“I don’t believe any of us should ever lose sight of the fact that the holocaust took place …,” Kolokoff said. “… I think needs to be fresh all the time because if we ever forget that these events in history have taken place, then what’s going to stop us from repeating them.”Bringing it to this age group also is relevant because Kolokoff said he’s not sure middle school students really have an understanding of the holocaust, especially that children died in it and suffered as much as the adults.He added that the Nazis built Terezin as a facade so they could fool people into thinking they were treating the prisoners well.Stage Manager Cristi Lloyd said the performances are a chance to present theater to people who wouldn’t always attend an OC show.Although Christmas break occurred in the middle of rehearsals, Lloyd said the cast is “really strong.”“We’ve worked together a lot, and so I think that together we’ll pull through. Even if it’s a little rough at first, we’ll be able to get it together for sure,” she said.Caleb Jones, who plays a camp inmate and leader of the boys’ homes, said the play’s focus on youngsters instead of adults makes it relevant.It will give students a chance to see how children their own age suffered and how they lost everything.“I think it will be good for them to relate that to themselves,” Jones said.Aaron Callaway, who plays a Nazi soldier, said he likes stories of holocaust survivors.“I feel like they’re stories that need to be told, especially this one,” Callaway said.Callaway added that he doesn’t think the holocaust is taught enough.“People talk about it, but (the) consequences and the things that happen aren’t fully stressed enough. I think this is a good way to show them … just a little bit of what happened try to make them understand it more,” Callaway said.Osborne said she talked to Kolokoff last May about how the school could work with OC to use the power of theater to benefit students in ECISD, and Ector in particular.“Mark and I both realize that theater provides wonderful opportunities for cross-curricular instruction and ‘I Never Saw Another Butterfly’ is a vehicle for those opportunities,” Osborne said.This play, she said relates to social studies and English especially.“Anytime you’re studying dramatic literature and attending live theatrical performances that helps us to better understand our world and the people who live in it,” Osborne said.More Information OCA top 2 were ESL students Pinterest Upside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay last_img read more

‘Modern Frescos: Ali Cavanaugh’ exhibit

first_img ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ Twitter Virgin Coco MojitoSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinPowered By 10 Sec Croissant Breakfast Sandwich Casserole NextStay Pinterest Ellen Noel art museum Home Local News ‘Modern Frescos: Ali Cavanaugh’ exhibit Previous articleExhibit features poems from Texas and New MexicoNext articleSweetheart luncheon fundraiser for mission admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ellen Noël Art MuseumThe Ellen Noël Art Museum, 4909 E. University Blvd., has scheduled the exhibit “Modern Frescos: Ali Cavanaugh” through May 13.Museum hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.Admission is free and open to the public.For more information, call 432-550-9696 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School Facebookcenter_img Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp By admin – January 27, 2018 OC employee of the year always learning WhatsApp Twitter Local News ‘Modern Frescos: Ali Cavanaugh’ exhibitlast_img read more

Group warns against giving minors alcohol

first_img Pinterest Previous articleGo Red for Women luncheon set for MayNext articleFive things you need to know today, March 9 admin Group warns against giving minors alcohol Facebook WhatsApp Local NewsCrime WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest By admin – March 9, 2018 Twitter Facebook Beer mug file photo Ahead of Spring Break, the nonprofit Permian Basin Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse sought to remind Odessans of a city ordinance created last summer that created steep new fines for adults who provide children with alcohol.The “Social Host” ordinance that the group asked the Odessa City Council to pass allowed officers to issue civil citations if they determine that the adults knowingly allow minors to drink.“We don’t want adults to get in trouble — we want adults to not do it,” said Mellessa Brenem, the youth prevention program director with PBRCADA. “So this is that deterrence.”It was already illegal to give alcohol to a minor, and police can arrest or issue criminal citations to people who do it, but the new penalties do not require the same amount of evidence showing adults provided the minors with alcohol.Odessa Police Department Deputy Chief Jesse Duarte said that officers had issued three citations since the ordinance took effect and the department plans periodic operations with other agencies to target underage drinking.“It’s working,” Duarte said. “The main purpose here is to protect our youth.”last_img read more

Commissioners to look at repairing county phone system

first_img WhatsApp WhatsApp Commissioners to look at repairing county phone system Twitter Local News Pinterest CAD election coverageEctor County commissioners will vote Monday to approve action allowing the county I.T. Department and TelResource to establish solutions to replace the county’s phone system.The meeting is at 10 a.m. in the commissioners’ courtroom located in the Ector County Administration building annex, 1010 E. Eighth St.This vote comes after the Ector County Courthouse’s phone system ceased working about three weeks ago, cutting off telephone communication to the courthouse.Precinct 3 Commissioner Dale Childers stated the reasoning behind the malfunctioning of the phone system as just being out of date.“It’s what they call end-of-life,” Childers said. “It’s old hardware, old software, and it just needs to be replaced.”Childers said I.T. had attempted to fix the phone system, but it could not be fixed. He said he guessed the phone system has probably been around since about the 1990s, and they had been planning on updating the system for several years now.“It’s been on our tech plan for several years, we just haven’t been able to afford it,” Childers said.The difference now, he added, is that over the last year-and-a-half, there are now companies who are able to host phone systems over the cloud, a form of phone service hosted over the internet, requiring an internet connection to be able to deliver and receive calls, as well as provide virtual voicemail and call recording.“It’s the way we’re going with all of our technology,” Childers said. “Now, we have a good network, numerous internet service providers that are very solid and confident about hosting our phone services.”Childers said that, had this option not been available, the county would have had to spend between $1 million or $2 million to replace the phone system. With a cloud-based phone system, the county would only have to pay a small upfront cost and monthly payments.Purchasing Agent Kenneth Lind said he was unsure how much exactly the phone system would cost up front at this point in time, or how long it would take to be installed, but said it would be discussed during the meeting Monday.Also during the meeting, commissioners will repeal the May election on the creation of a county sales tax district after it was discovered state law prohibits them from calling the special election.Commissioners voted unanimously to call the election last February, but it was discovered by County Attorney Dusty Gallivan a few weeks ago that state law prohibits counties from calling special elections in even-numbered years.The proposed assistance district would have established a new 1.25 percent sales tax in unincorporated parts of Ector County, which is everywhere outside the city limits of Odessa and Goldsmith. The district would have brought the total sales tax paid in Ector County in-line with the City of Odessa: 8.25 percent, the maximum amount allowed by state law.The agenda shows the commissioners’ court also plans to discuss legal matters, personnel matters and real estate issues during executive session.IN OTHER BUSINESS, COMMISSIONERS:Will consider a request to approve new board members, Tracie Vera Cruz, Jayne Faitus and Brooke Bieber to the Ector County Children’s Services Board.Will consider appointing B.A. Jinadu, M.D., MPH as Local Health Authority for Ector County.Will take action regarding the proposed early voting schedule and Election Day vote centers, including the use of Sherwood Church of Christ due to Sherwood Community Building being under construction.Will take action regarding a “Demand and Claim for Damages” letter from AT&T.Will consider a proposed transfer of title — Unit No. 953, Sheriff’s Office Vehicle, 2011 Chevrolet Impala LS — VIN No. 2G1WD5EM8B1210059, in connection with the settlement of an auto claim — traveler’s insurance.Will consider the proposed installation of a new water line to connect and tie in with the City of Odessa water lines, given the City of Odessa’s requirement that Ector County take over the city’s water and sewer lines on Ector County’s property, authorizing a payment of $151,960 out of 047-470-5509.Will consider the proposed granting and conveyance by Ector County to Oncor Electrical Delivery Company LLC of easements and rights of way in connection with the installation of new power lines for the Law Enforcement Center project.Will take action regarding the bid for the Ector County Law Enforcement Center Waterline Extension.Will take action regarding the proposal for the asphalt emulsion storage tank system replacement project.Will take action regarding the bid for commercial laundry equipment for various facilities, approve the proposed trade-in of replaced equipment, and approve the following budget amendments, from capital projects — jail expansion project, improvements and construction, to capital projects — jail expansion project, special departmental equipment in the amount of $60,603.Will consider a request to hire an HR clerk at Step 5 due to over 20 years of experience in multiple clerical areas with MCH and ECISD.Will consider a request to hire a secretary at Step 2.Will take action with respect to the proposed revision of the purchasing policy exemptions listing.Will take action on the plans and specifications for the East 56th Street widening project.Will take action on a proposed replat of Lots 17 and 18, Block 17, Western Hills Subdivision.Will take action on the proposed Madric MHRC, at the corner of Moss Avenue and Puerta Del Sol, to serve Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, Madrid Subdivision being a plat of a 9.43 acre tract in Section 40, Block 433, T-2-S, T&P Ry. Co. Survey.Will take action on the proposed Lorella’s Landing Subdivision, being 6.67 acres of land in Section 40, Block 43, T-2-S, T&P Ry. Co. Survey.Will take action on the proposed replat of 4.32 acres out of Lot 1, Block 29, Pleasant Farms Subdivision third filing.Will take action on the proposed Segura Estates Subdivision, 4.873 acres, Section 4, Block 41, T-1-S, T&P RR. Co. Survey, Abstract No. 515.Will take action on the proposed Williams MHRC, 1881 N. Mercury Ave.Will take action on the proposed replat of Lots 14 and 15, Block 1, Cutter Estates, first filing, located in Section 6, Block 41, T-1-S, T&P RR Co. Survey.Will take action on the proposed replat of Lot 7, Block 25, Pleasant Farms Subdivision third filing.Will take action on the proposed Chavez 4C Stagecoach RV Park MHRC, located at the corner of Didram and Heidi Roads.Will take action on the proposed Sanchez MHRC Lot 20, Block 2 replat of Lot 4, Block 2 Gage Acres Section 5.Will take action on a proposed line item transfer to jail expansion project, county advertising from improvements and construction in the amount of $2,500.Will take action on a proposed budget amendment to general fund, library, new books for $107, to library, audio visual supplies for $27 to library, library supplies for $1,415 and to general fund, donated revenues for $1,549.Will take action on a proposed budget amendment to general fund, jail medical services, drugs and medical expenses and to general fund, inmate medical fees for $235,000.Will take action on a proposed budget amendment to airport fund, operating transfers out in the amount of $54,517 from RAMP Grant Improvements in the amount of $50,000 and from grantee contributions in the amount of $4,517.Will take action on a proposed budget amendment to airport capital investment fund, TxDOT RAMP Grant in the amount of $50,000 to operating transfers in, in the amount of $54,517 to grantee contributions in the amount of $4,517 and to RAMP Grant Improvements in the amount of $100,000.Will receive the Accounts Payable Fund Requirements Report for April 9, 2018. 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Officer of the month promotes community policing

first_img Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp By admin – May 4, 2018 Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death Cpl. Travis Fraser Pinterest Previous articleGrammy winner at Wagner NoëlNext articleOC unveils sixth commitment to students admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Local NewsCrime Officer of the month promotes community policingcenter_img Facebook Twitter Home Local News Crime Officer of the month promotes community policing Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Police searching for man connected to hit and run Facebook Cpl. Travis Fraser has nearly 30 years of police experience, and after nine years with the Odessa Police Department, he was named April Officer of the Month to his commitment as a leader, mentor, and community resource.“It’s a great honor,” Fraser said about being named Officer of the Month. “There’s a lot of young troops out there that work their tails off. I don’t do the limelight very well, but it’s a great honor.”In his time in law enforcement, Fraser has made several citizen contacts, people on the street he can talk to about what is going on in the community, such as business owners or school faculty members.“I believe in community policing,” Fraser said. “If you’re in trouble on the street in today’s society, it’s getting to be pretty dangerous out. We get out there and work together as a team to get things done.”The most recent example of community policing was when Fraser received a call from a local business owner who told him his credit card has been used by someone else. They had determined through investigation that it was being used by another employee, who was trying to get his check early and then skip town.“So I told the boss to have him come to the business to get his check,” Fraser said. “And when he did, we took him and interviewed him and he confessed to the whole deal.”That suspect, 32-year-old Kenneth Randall Russell, had reportedly made two purchase orders from suppliers totaling more than $10,000, and later selling the stolen property to pawn shops and metal scrap yards. OPD charged him with theft of property, a state jail felony.Fraser was also awarded Officer of the Month for his ability to lead by compassion, which he showed last March helping out a transient woman.A woman had been camped out outside of Bush’s Chicken near 37th Street and Grandview Avenue, Fraser said, and told Fraser it was God’s plan for her to stay there.“I just visited with her for a little while and kind of convinced her that God had better plans for her,” he said. “At that point, I went searching for the better plan.”Fraser found that better plan at a camp site near 6th Street and Dixie Boulevard that allowed folks to set up tents.Serving in the Operations Bureau, Patrol Shift B, Fraser has established himself as a division leader and mentor to younger officers.“They work hard every day,” Fraser said. “If this old kook can do it, I’m sure they’re right alongside me and they’ll be nominated also.” Summer Spaghetti SaladTexas Fried ChickenUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakePowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay last_img read more

Winning numbers drawn in ‘All or Nothing Morning’ game

first_img Facebook Previous articleTrüNorth Global™ Appoints Brian Doege to Vice President of SalesNext articleWinning numbers drawn in ‘Pick 3 Morning’ game Digital AIM Web Support Winning numbers drawn in ‘All or Nothing Morning’ game WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The winning numbers in Wednesday morning’s drawing of the Texas Lottery’s “All or Nothing Morning” game were: 02-07-09-10-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-22 (two, seven, nine, ten, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-two) Pinterest TAGS  center_img WhatsApp Twitter Twitter Pinterest Facebook Local NewsStatelast_img read more

PolarityTE Receives Allowance for Additional U.S. Patent

first_img Facebook SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– PolarityTE, Inc. (Nasdaq: PTE) is pleased to report the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued a Notice of Allowance for U.S. Application No. 16/165,169 filed on October 19, 2018. This is the Company’s second patent allowance in the United States. The newly allowed claims provide additional protection for methods of making skin-regenerative compositions with the Company’s minimally polarized functional unit (MPFU) technology as well as methods of treatment utilizing the compositions. Additionally, a decision to grant Patent Application No. PI 2017701990 was recently issued in Malaysia. The allowed claims in Malaysia cover the same minimally polarized functional unit compositions as those patented in the United Kingdom. This news brings the Company’s total number of allowed patent applications and granted patents worldwide to nine. The Company continues to pursue additional patent applications in the United States and abroad related to its regenerative technologies, including SkinTE®. David Seaburg, Chief Executive Officer, commented, “The allowance of PolarityTE’s second U.S. patent is yet another step in protecting our valuable regenerative medicine assets, most notably SkinTE.” Mr. Seaburg continued, “This achievement further bolsters our patent portfolio and speaks to the steadfast efforts of the entire organization, including our intellectual property team.” Jennifer Burdman, Chief Intellectual Property Officer, commented, “As we’ve always said, the process of patent prosecution takes time and we are committed to the investment of our time and resources to protect PolarityTE’s patentable innovations through this process. We are now seeing our efforts pay off and are pleased that the USPTO has now twice recognized the patentability of our MPFU-related innovations.” About PolarityTE® PolarityTE is focused on transforming the lives of patients by discovering, designing, and developing a range of regenerative tissue products and biomaterials for the fields of medicine, biomedical engineering and material sciences. Rather than manufacturing with synthetic and foreign materials within artificially engineered environments, PolarityTE manufactures products from the patient’s own tissue and uses the patient’s own body to support the regenerative process. From a small piece of healthy autologous tissue, the company creates an easily deployable, dynamic, and self-propagating product designed to regenerate the target tissues. PolarityTE’s innovative methods are intended to promote and accelerate growth of the patient’s tissues to undergo a form of effective regenerative healing. Learn more at www.PolarityTE.com – Welcome to the Shift®. About SkinTE® SkinTE is a human cellular and tissue-based product derived from a patient’s own skin (autologous) intended for the repair, reconstruction, replacement, or supplementation of skin tissue. Aseptic surgical procedures and handling during skin harvest, wound preparation, and SkinTE deployment are mandatory. SkinTE is currently marketed as a human cell, tissue, and cellular and tissue-based product regulated solely under Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act) and 21 CFR Part 1271 (i.e., as a 361 HCT/P). PolarityTE plans to file an investigational new drug application (IND) with FDA followed by a biologics license application (BLA) to have SkinTE regulated as a biologic under the federal Food Drug & Cosmetic Act and Section 351 of the PHS Act (i.e., as a 351 HCT/P), and will propose to FDA a plan for transitioning SkinTE from a 361 HCT/P to a 351 HCT/P. Forward Looking Statements Certain statements contained in this release are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. They are generally identified by words such as “believes,” “may,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “intend,” “plan,” “will,” “would,” “should” and similar expressions. Readers should not place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which are based upon the Company’s beliefs and assumptions as of the date of this release. The Company’s actual results could differ materially due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and FDA regulatory matters, which cannot be predicted, and the risk factors and other items described in more detail in the “Risk Factors” section of the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K and other filings with the SEC (copies of which may be obtained at www.sec.gov ). Subsequent events and developments may cause these forward-looking statements to change. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation or intention to update or revise these forward-looking statements as a result of changed events or circumstances that occur after the date of this release, except as required by applicable law. POLARITYTE, the POLARITYTE logo, SKINTE, WHERE SELF REGENERATES SELF and WELCOME TO THE SHIFT are trademarks or registered trademarks of PolarityTE, Inc. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005922/en/ CONTACT: Investors: Rich Haerle VP, Investor Relations PolarityTE, Inc. [email protected] (385) 315-0697 KEYWORD: UTAH UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: BIOTECHNOLOGY HEALTH OTHER HEALTH SOURCE: PolarityTE, Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 04:15 PM/DISC: 02/03/2021 04:16 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005922/en By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Twitter Facebook TAGS  center_img Previous articleW. R. 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Iteratively Raises $5.4 Million to Help Teams Rebuild Trust in Their Data

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness TAGS  Iteratively Raises $5.4 Million to Help Teams Rebuild Trust in Their Data Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 4, 2021 Pinterest Facebook Introducing Iteratively – Capture customer data you trust.center_img Twitter Previous articleBuzzShift Strongly Positioned For Future Growth With Aquisition By Blue CypressNext articleVote Mama Selects Montieth & Company for Rebrand and Communications Strategy Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

Former OHS football player charged with sexually assaulting child

first_img Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 TAGS  Facebook Twitter Facebook Former OHS football player charged with sexually assaulting child A former Odessa High football player was arrested after he reportedly sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl.Keevan Majors, 18, was charged Saturday with two counts of sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony.The reported sexual assault happened at 4:17 a.m. Saturday in the 900 block of East 23rd Street, the Odessa Police Department affidavit stated. The complainant, the 15-year-old girl’s brother, stated he heard what sounded like moaning coming from where his sister was, the affidavit detailed. The complainant reportedly walked in on his sister having sex with an older man, later identified as Majors.The 15-year-old stated she and Majors smoked marijuana and that he had brought her to her residence, the affidavit stated. The girl stated while under the influence she and Majors had sex. The 15-year-old stated she didn’t feel like she was in the right state of mind to agree to sex and reportedly felt she was taken advantage of.Majors reportedly admitted to officers that he had sex with the girl and claimed the sex was consensual. Majors also admitted to smoking marijuana with the 15-year-old prior to the sexual activity.In addition to the sexual intercourse, Majors also intentionally and knowingly received oral sex, the affidavit stated.Majors played his final season with the Bronchos in the fall of 2018 where he was an honorable mention all-district nomination on the offensive line.Majors has two bonds totaling $50,000 and he was still in custody as of Monday afternoon, jail records show.center_img Previous articleBOYS HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER: Odessa High vs. Euless TrinityNext article041719_Mudbug_WILD Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Local News Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApplast_img read more


first_img TAGS  Odessa Jaycees’ 70th Annual Independence Celebration Parade.jpg Odessa Jaycees has scheduled the 70th Annual Independence Celebration Parade from 10 a.m. to noon July 4. The parade route will start at Odessa College and travel south to Ninth Street down Andrews Highway/Grant Street. For information on how to be a part of the parade send us a message at tinyurl.com/y4t5kwdz. Facebook Local News By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest Facebookcenter_img WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Parade Twitter Previous article061419_Juneteenth_JF_01Next articleThe Rise of Digital Wallets and Mobile Payments Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more