South Texas – From a Hip Hop majorette dancer to a Bexar County Deputy luchador fighting at night, What Up South Texas exploded with fun in 2021.
Check out some of the most memorable moments by clicking on the links below:
- Haddesah Jones, the Hip Hop majorette dancer
- Fred Fey, the Music Man
- Will Oliver, the musician who makes guitar pics out of recycled wood
- Ezra Reagan, the skateboarder who cleans roadways along his routes
- Linda Thomas, the taxi company owner and operator
- Sofia Ramirez, a girl who won a state competition raising awareness about Texas aquifers
- Nik Soupe, the graffiti artist
- Lee Edwards, the CEO of New Day New Way Non-profit Organization
- Ana Bustamante, who started the first and only conjunto band in a San Antonio High School
- Lina Prado and Lucy Adame Clark, who collects prom dresses for impoverished youth
- Roger Musquiz, a Bexar County Deputy by day, but a luchador fighter by night
- Julio Cavazos, a PAL SAPD officer who gives back in memory of his fallen partner
- Casper Rawls, an avid walker who inspires his neighborhood daily
- John Estrada, a former Bexar County Deputy and single father with a musical bond with his daughter
- Dave and Jacque Peterson, owners of Mako’s on the Creek that helped first responders during the pandemic
- Christine Mayer, CEO of Blue Heron, a outpatient recovery program for those battling addiction
- Cypress Rabke, a talented artist who draws intricate details small art pieces
- Daniel Cano, an Air Force veteran who buys properties and houses homeless veterans
- Bethany Aguilar, a girl who collected hundreds of toys for CAM
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