Rebuilding after Harvey? Materials matter - Houston Chronicle

By Chris Chapman

A water line is shown on a doorway during restoration of a Meyerland area home, that was flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, in Houston. Photo: Brett Coomer, Staff / Houston Chronicle

A little more than a year ago Hurricane Harvey washed over the Texas coast, leaving behind a devastating legacy of record rainfall, mass flooding and death. The nation watched as Texans pulled together to help each other and pick up the pieces.

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SGA thanks Lubbock firefighters for continued service - The Daily Toreador

By Matthew Setzekorn

Students and members of Student Government Association hold a thank you banner at Fire Station 11 to show gratitude to Lubbock firefighters after delivering muffins to every fire station in Lubbock on Oct. 13, 2018. Matthew Setzekorn

The Texas Tech Student Government Association went to every fire station in Lubbock to deliver muffins and show appreciation for their service.

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Rebuild to national standards after Harvey - Port Arthur News

By Ken Hodges

As Texans, we have a lot of things to take pride in. From our barbecue to our football to our big cities and sprawling fields, Texas is truly a unique state. What really sets us apart is something that isn’t so easily seen. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the nation was able to witness Texans’ capacity to overcome obstacles and extend a neighborly hand to those in need. Our state has an innate ability to withstand devastation and rebuild from the rubble. No matter the obstacle, Texans come together to create something new.

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SGA shows gratitude, thanks Lubbock Fire Department - The Daily Toreador

By Brandi Addison

Chris Chapman of Safe Building Materials Association of Texas and members of the Texas Tech Student Government Association present Station 12 with a banner on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2107. Chapman and SGA visited all 19 Lubbock Fire Department Stations on Saturday to show their gratitude for the work of LFD. Justin Rex

Texas Tech’s Student Government Association showed its appreciation to the Lubbock Fire Department at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7, at Fire Station 12, located at 5202 79th St.

Some of the students involved in SGA delivered muffins to each of the fire stations in Lubbock. Each of those students congregated to Fire Station 12 to deliver a thank-you banner to the Lieutenant Curtis Swinford, chairman of the Lubbock Professional Firefighters Association.

 

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