Fourteen members of the 2-year old organization, which raises money for charity, made a splash at Sunrise Mall on Monday, crowding onto the food court carousel turned out in red hats and purple tops. Then it was down to business with a lunch meeting at Adolios. Mary Ann Sedam, the group’s secretary, said this particular Red Hat chapter is based at Winter Haven Resort in Brownsville and limited to 20 members — a few Winter Texans but most permanent residents.
Mexican singer, songwriter, actor and television host Pedro Fernandez was revealed as Mr. Amigo 2017 in a ceremony and poster-unveiling Friday morning at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center.The Guadalajara native began his career at the age of 7 under the stage name “Pedrito Fernandez,” which combined the names of his two favorite singers: Pedro Infante and Vicente Fernandez.
Courtesy: Wikipedia Pedro Fernandez Pedro Fernandez Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018 11:41 am Pedro Fernandez is Mr. Amigo Steve Clark, Staff writer Brownsville Herald Mexican singer, songwriter, actor and television host Pedro Fernandez was revealed as Mr. Amigo 2017 in a ceremony and poster-unveiling Friday morning at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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