Over two months ago, a group of concerned Flour Bluff citizens came together to start a movement to bring the community together and take an active role in what happens in their area. Twenty people signed on to serve on the steering committee which has developed bylaws, membership applications, guidelines for electing the first board of directors, and the agenda for the first meeting. All can be viewed by clicking here. The membership application can be downloaded and printed prior to the meeting which will be held…
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Grace Community Church, 1514 Flour Bluff Drive
All who have a vested interest in Flour Bluff are encouraged to attend and bring a neighbor.
Our mission is to identify and discuss issues impacting the Flour Bluff community, to inform and advise policymakers regarding those issues, and to enrich the Flour Bluff community through civic engagement, fundraising and volunteerism. We seek to bring together Flour Bluff residents, business owners, and other stakeholders in an effort to improve and maintain our clean, friendly, and diverse neighborhoods, business districts, and recreational areas.
Retired from education after serving 30 years (twenty-eight as an English teacher and two years as a new-teacher mentor), Shirley enjoys her life with family and friends while serving her community, church, and school in Flour Bluff, Texas. She is the creator and managing editor of The Paper Trail, an online news/blog site that serves to offer a glimpse into the past and present of the little community of Flour Bluff. She wrote for The Flour Bluff Messenger, wrote and edited for The Texas Shoreline News, a Corpus Christi print newspaper that existed from December 2017 to April 2020, served as copy editor on three books, and continues to tutor students of all ages in the lively art of writing.