First Lady Blog
Today I joined Greg for the 2017 Star of Texas Awards. These annual awards are held in the Texas Capitol and honor the men and women who have been killed or have sustained injuries in the line of duty.
A Texas-sized disaster requires a Texas-sized response. It will take time, but with your help, we can ensure that the communities and lives devastated by Hurricane Harvey are able to rebuild stronger than before.
Guest Post from the Texas Department of Public Safety: DPS Reminds Drivers to Help Keep Children Safe As New School Year Begins
Please take a moment to read this important back-to-school message from the Texas Department of Public Safety about ways drivers can help keep children safe as the new school year begins.
Like all Texans, I love the H-E-B TV commercials that feature Texas small businesses – whether it’s about a farmer or rancher, a secret family recipe for BBQ sauce, or tamales during the holidays. Another way that H-E-B celebrates Texas-grown, locally-made products is with their annual H‑E‑B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best contest.
Beginning tomorrow – Friday, August 11th and continuing through Sunday, August 13th – it’s Tax Free Weekend in Texas!
Hurricane season is just around the corner. State and national leaders are preparing, and you should too.
I once again had the pleasure of participating in the Governor’s Gallery – works of art created by Texas schoolchildren grades pre-k through senior in high school that are displayed in the Governor’s Business Office in the Capitol for a year.
While it feels like summer just began, the new school year is just around the corner! Pretty soon Texas families will find themselves shopping for new clothes and school supplies. While preparing for a new school year is an exciting time, it can also be a financial burden for many. Luckily, there are organizations across Texas that step in to make sure that Texas families don’t have to worry about whether or not their children will have the necessary school supplies.