MRA Board discusses Conway Streetscape Project, water tower additionMISSION—The Mission Redevelopment Board received an update on the status of the Conway Streetscape...07 March 2014Read More...
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The Texas Citrus Fiesta Parade of Oranges attracted tens of thousands of spectators as over 200 floats, bands, marching units and other parade entries proceeded down Conway Avenue in Mission Saturday. Rev. Roy Snipes, the iconic priest from Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, leads the church procession on horseback, representing the seven priests who formed the “Cavalry of Christ” over 100 years ago.
Pick up a copy of the February 1 edition of the Progress Times for complete coverage of this year’s Texas Citrus Fiesta events, including the Parade of Oranges, Vaquero Cookoff, Product Costume Show, Royal Coronation, Citrus Youth Show, Mayor’s International Brunch and Fiesta Fun Run.
Also, visit the Progress Times online photo gallery to view or purchase photos from all this year’s Texas Citrus Fiesta events.
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