- Published: 4/5/2017
Quarter Moon is so excited to be partnering with KTSA in support of Operation Interdependence in order to bring a little cheer to the troops who sacrifice so much for us. Living and working in Military City USA, we know how important our armed services are.
So how can you get involved? We need either goodies or letters/pictures (or both!) Collect & drop off items at our office: 18838 FM 2252, San Antonio, Texas 78266. Deadline for drop off is July 6, 2015.
Operation Interdependence is looking for treats that can fit into a quart-size plastic baggie, called C-rats (civilian rations.)
Examples of things to donate:
Guidelines for the letters/pictures are:
If you don’t have time to shop for donations, you can always “Adopt-a-box.”
For $19, you can ship a box containing 25 C-rats overseas to brighten 25 service members’ day.
Other useful links:
At Quarter Moon, we are all about serving our community of South Texas. To us, that means more than just plumbing and HVAC; it means investing in our area’s future.
The Buffalo Valley Youth Association A’s are a part of that future, which is why we are so pleased to be able to sponsor this crackerjack baseball team in Schertz, Texas. This is our first year with the A’s and they have knocked it out of the park, winning several games against tough opponents. They are one talented bunch of kids.
We love sponsoring team sports, because they help teach collaboration, cooperation, and leadership – very important values at Quarter Moon. We know these kids are going to need those values as they grow up and become teachers, doctors, and if they’re work really hard – plumbers.
The Buffalo Valley Youth Association is a fantastic organization that gives boys and girls living in the Northeast San Antonio to New Braunfels opportunities to participate in volleyball, basketball, wrestling, swimming, cheerleading, baseball, and football. Founded in 1974, BVYA has now served two generations, coming up on three. Everyone can play at BVYA thanks to the many scholarships and sponsorships available.
This is part two of our spring-cleaning series. Remember your plumbing system needs TLC and maintenance, too. Check out our previous post to learn about maintaining your sump pump, toilet, and faucets.
Install strainers in inside drains to prevent hair, soap, and other debris from clogging up your pipes.
If any of these tips reveals a problem, give us a call at 210-651-5899. We can fix little problems before they turn into big, expensive ones.
SECTION 8A OF THE PLUMBING LICENSE LAW REQUIRES THAT ANY PLUMBING CONTRACT IN THE STATE OF TEXAS MUST CONTAIN THE NAME, MAILING ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF THE TEXAS STATE BOARD OF PLUMBING EXAMINERS. THAT ADDRESS IS AS FOLLOWS:
TEXAS STATE BOARD OF PLUMBING EXAMINERS
929 EAST 41ST ST. - AUSTIN, TX 78751
P.O. BOX 4200 - AUSTIN, TX 78765-4200
512/936-5200 - FAX 512/450-0637 - 1-800-845-6584
John Pruitt M36751 | Kenny Julian TACLA00074345E