New mural in town!

This new mural at the old Devine Vol. Fire Station, now occupied by NAPA Auto Parts, is full of Warhorse and Arabian pride. The beauitufl new mural was completed by art students at Devine High School. It is the most recent of many murals around town, which began with the mural painted on the side of Sherry’s Flowers in downtown Devine. Art Club students building Devine’s mural painting tradition pictured above are: Madeline Hein, Ximena Rendon, Adam Moreno, Ian Rendon, Isabella Ramos, Miranda Delgado, Deisy Ramirez, and Jayden George.

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Divine Blessings offers a helping hand to people in need

Paul and Sandra Reed, of Devine, are here to offer a helping hand to families in need.
“I got a TBI (traumatic brain injury) in 2018, and after seeing how much the community supported us at that difficult time, my wife decided to start this charity to give back,” Mr. Reed said.
“Divine Blessings is happy to help with families struggling with medical bills or loss from a house fire, and we also help the homeless,” Reed adds.
You can reach out to us at 830-741-1061 (Sandra) or 210-355-0132 (Paul).

Veterans needed for Devine VFW float for Natalia’s parade

VFW Post 3966 of Devine will have a patriotic float in the Natalia Bluebonnet Festival Parade on Saturday, April 6, 2024. Our Post is looking for veterans to fill the float. We will have about 15 seats available to fill. You do not have to be a Post member. All veterans are welcome.

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Get Out & Grow event April 13 from 10am-12pm in Devine

Ever one is invited to attend this free community gardening activity, Get Out & Grow, in Devine from 10:00 am to 12 pm noon on Saturday, April 13.
It is a gardening activity for the family, all ages welcome, with teachings led by Gro More Gardens, the Whitakers, from Devine.
It is sponsored by GroMore Gardens, Texas WIC Medina County, and SNAP, USDA, putting health foods within reach.
It will be hosted at the Medina County WIC office, 317 State Highway 132 North, Devine, Tx. For more information, please call 830-741-6144. Come join the fun, and Get Out and Grow!

Spring Safety and Storm Preparedness

Medina Electric Cooperative urges everyone to take action

(Hondo, Texas) – 3/25/2024 – As spring approaches, the threat of severe weather events such as torrential rain, flooding, high winds, and lightning require preparedness. The consequences of failing to identify warnings or adequately prepare can be severe, leading to injuries and even fatalities. As the season unfolds, Medina Electric Cooperative urges everyone to take note of the necessary precautions to safeguard themselves and their loved ones.

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4H Teams compete in Textile contests

Intermediates -Wearable Category  On left is the 1st place team from Medina Valley: Castroville Sewing Sisters with their skirt Delanei Rhea, Maci Haby, Charlie Grace Keller and Brooklyn Kunkel. 2nd place team: Devine Super Sewing Sisters Rebekah Boehme, Reese Navarro, and Claira Gulley. 3rd place team: Devine Dazzling Dinos Kenzie Ray, Quinn Coleman, Maya McElwee, and Reese Schueling

By Madeline Stuebing- 4H Project Leader
4-H Duds to Dazzle County Contest
Devine had five teams participate in the county contest over spring break, our largest group yet!
Teams consist of 3-4 members. They are given a textile item to create a new product from a given category (wearable, accessory, or non-wearable). Teams must use the resources
available to market, price, construct, and care for the newly developed product within a 60-minute time frame, while also developing a marketing speech. Fashion sustainability was a new component added to the contest. Members researched facts about textile production, fast fashion and considered the impact it has…


Juniors- Accessory Category…On left is the 3rd place team: Devine Needle Ninjas- Ashlyn Stricker, Evie McElwee,Abigail Gutierrez, and Emma Littlefield; the 1st Place team: Devine  Crafty Cactuses- Lily Danna, Emma Roberson, and Lacey Stuebing; and the 2nd Place team: Devine Sewing Sisters- Baylee Boehme, Olivia Wilcox, and Khloe Wilson.