“I’m asking the Mayor and my colleagues on the City Council to pass an official resolution showing our solidarity with and support of this very important legislation. This resolution expresses our support for the family of David Molak, who tragically took his own life last year. I want to see San Antonio join cities around Texas in proclaiming our city an anti-bullying community.
“It was just over a year ago that 16-year-old David Molak took his own life after being the target of bullying at his school. Sadly, David’s story is not an isolated one. With the growth of social media, bullies have become emboldened in their actions to shame the targets of their victims. The nature of social media makes it difficult to find a clear path of legal recourse for the victims bullying. As a result, Texas Senator Jose Menendez introduced SB179 and a bipartisan group of lawmakers, led by Representative Ina Minjarez, introduced the companion HB305.
Known as “David’s Law,” the aim is to fight back against student harassment, bullying, and cyberbullying, by giving those affected a channel for reporting such incidents.”
Saturday, March 4, The Tribe Strength & Conditioning is partnering with JoyRide Texas on Broadway and Ohana Academy for a workout and silent auction in honor of David Molak.
Sign up today to participate in a workout or match starting at 8:30 am and then head over to The Tribe for a silent auction, delicious barbecue from Peeler Farms, and special guest speaker Darryl Lyons.
The opportunity to give support to David's Law through legislative outreach will be available with volunteers on hand to assist with emails to your local representatives.
Check out the event page, David's Legacy Fundraiser WOD and Silent Auction, for more details.
WHAT: San Antonio breakfast lovers rejoice, Snooze, an A.M. Eatery is coming to town! On Wednesday, March 1, brunch enthusiasts can enjoy signature dishes, boozy beverages and a great dining experience at the restaurant’s newest location at the Alamo Quarry Market.
Always dedicated to serving the best breakfast around, Snooze’s San Antonio partners include Merit Coffee Cold Brew, 44 Farms Beef, Sagebrush Cage Free Eggs, Mill-King Dairy and more. The San Antonio location will also feature a variety of local beers and A.M. cocktails for an early morning pick-me-up.
Menu highlights include Snooze’s signature Breakfast Pot Pie and Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes as well as options for a pancake flight. Boozy beverage favorites include their bubbly Mmm Mmm Mimosa and four options of Bloody Mary’s including the Droppin’ Beetz Bloody and much more.
Snooze is a massive supporter of organizations focused on education and sustainability in addition to the local causes in each location’s respective neighborhood. At the San Antonio location, Snooze has partnered with local non-profit organizations, the San Antonio Food Bank, fighting hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education and advocacy, and Green Spaces Alliance whose mission is to sustain the natural environment and enhance urban spaces through land conservation.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 1. Open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Alamo Quarry Market | 255 E. Basse Rd. San Antonio, TX 78209
150 West Sunset
San Antonio, TX 78209
Opening on 2-22-2017
You can join us for art classes, Spring Break Camp or schedule a birthday party!
We hope you can come by for a visit soon and get messy!"
Thank you, Sarah, Lisa, Jordan, Hank, Aja and Kaitlyn