What’s Up in San Antonio - Weekend of February 25, 2020


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City of San Antonio launches call center, website to aid in recovery from weather crisis

The City of San Antonio has launched an Emergency Resource Call Center (ERCC) and website to assist residents affected by the recent severe winter weather.

Residents can call 311 and select option 5 or 210-207-6000 to connect with a call taker. For assistance online, residents can visit strongertogether.sanantonio.gov. The ERCC will be open from Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Call takers will help residents navigate the disaster assistance programs available through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Small Business Administration (SBA), and the newly created Community Pipe Repair Fund (CPR) administered by SAWS.

H-E-B to donate $1 million to Texas food banks

Grocer has already delivered 23 truckloads of food, $100,000 in meals to food banks

H-E-B will donate $1 million to support 18 Texas food banks and continue to work with supplier partners to provide aid to needy residents affected by the winter storm. According to a news release, H-E-B has already delivered 23 truckloads of food as well as nearly $100,000 in Meal Simple meals to food banks. H-E-B works directly with food banks that are affiliated with Feeding Texas, a member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief organization.

The grocer is also launching a donation campaign online

(https://favordelivery.com/donate/feedingtexas)in all its stores across the state. Customers can contribute by making monetary donations at the register for $1, $3, or $5, the news release said. All funds from the donation campaign will support Texas food banks affiliated with Feeding Texas.

Blood donors sought as San Antonio Metro Health declares blood emergency in city.

Winter weather leaves San Antonio, South Texas in blood shortage emergency.

San Antonio Metro Health has declared a blood emergency in the city, as the recent winter weather has left San Antonio and South Texas in a blood shortage emergency. Health officials said there is not enough blood on hand to treat trauma cases and patients who need emergency surgeries and procedures which require blood. At least 2,000 donations have been lost by donor room closures and the cancellation of blood drives, health officials said. The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, which health officials said is a subsidiary of nonprofit BioBridge Global, is asking donors to give when able to do so safely at its Donor Pavilion, Shavano Park and Northeast donor rooms. The facilities are open during daylight hours Tuesday and Wednesday, but health officials said all blood drives have been canceled and the other donor rooms are not open. Same-day appointments and walk-in donations are being accepted. Officials said donors can call 210-731-5590 for information or to make an appointment, or they can visit SouthTexasBlood.org.

Spurs fans will soon receive these Fiesta-inspired face masks

They’re only available for season ticket holders. Spurs fans will soon have a new way to show their team pride while protecting themselves amid the coronavirus pandemic. New face masks produced by Co. Protect, a supplier of branded protective equipment for NBA and MLB teams, are on their way to season ticket holders.

Emmy Award-winning San Antonio news legend Randy Beamer is retiring

March 5 will be the final time San Antonians will see anchor Randy Beamer at the News 4 desk. The legendary news anchor announced his retirement, after more than 30 years.

ACS rescued 200 pets from the cold last week and now looking for their owners

The city’s Animal Care Services is looking to find homes or the owners for hundreds of animals it rescued during last week’s severe winter weather.

Owners looking for their pets can first visit the ACS website to find photos of all of the animals in the shelter’s care. You can also visit ACS, located at 4710 Texas 151, to see if your pet was rescued. Norwood said pet owners may have to wait upon arrival because the shelter is only accepting visits by appointment due to the pandemic. Phone: (210) 207-4738


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Located in: Huebner Oaks Center Address: 11745 I-10W


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