Captain Dan Green began Fishin Addiction Charters to share his passion and knowledge of the picturesque shoreline and bounteous sea meats of Galveston's waters. Recently joined by deckhand-turned-captain Shane Cantrell, the duo voyages to all crannies and depths that the local seas have to offer, seeking more than a dozen species while specifically targeting tuna, sharks, and the ever-elusive holy mackerel. In their ocean-bound quests, the captains employ four boats that sport names such as The Fountain or The Whaler. Tours last anywhere from four hours to a full day and venture out one to as many as 60 miles from dry land, but are seldom more than 10 miles from the nearest underwater taco stand.
Premiere Nasa Dollar 8 dips the toes of audience's eyeballs into the thrilling waters and romantic rivers of big-budget Hollywood movies. Moviegoers, equipped with sodas, popcorn kernels, and yearning for car explosions, will be whisked away as films transport minds far away from the theater's signature art-deco tower. While the lineups of feature films and show times regularly rotate, fans of teen vampiring and pensive staring will be able to catch the premier of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1. Additionally, Happy Feet Two continues to chronicle the saga of a pair of bowling shoes that reconnect with its long-lost cobbler. A mixture of live action and classic puppetry, The Muppets storms the Thanksgiving weekend with Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and the rest of Jim Henson's colorful cast of characters.
As twilight falls over the battlefield, the inflatable bunkers and forts starting to fade in the darkness; the soldiers don't relent. The field's lights come on, suddenly illuminating the flat bermuda grass, and snipers continue battering their opponents. At Galveston Island Paintball, referees oversee skirmishes at two venues—the aforementioned X-ball field, which staffers reorganize on a monthly basis, or a rec-ball arena equipped with forts and spools. Catering to all levels of players, weekend drop-in sessions host a variety of action-packed scenarios as spectators watch from afar, supporting the war effort by drawing posters of old men angrily pointing at things. Outside the battles, an onsite shop equips with brand-name gear and occasional two-day clinics impart tips for safety, equipment maintenance, and playing fairly.
As a firefighter, it's part of Jason M. Tumbelson's nature to serve his community. Tumbleson Arms Company sprang from this sense duty, as Jason's fellow firefighters often sought his expertise on how to responsibly own and operate a firearm. Inspired to get an instructor's license from the Texas Department of Public Safety, Jason now leads concealed-handgun-license courses at a variety of training sites. An admirer of firearms engineering, Jason also plans to expand into customization services.
Since its inaugural meeting more than 60 years ago, the League City Lions Club has upheld its mission of promoting peace and understanding with volunteer community services. Special events such as carnivals, music festivals, and cook-offs allow the Lions to raise money and resources for local charities such as Leader Dogs for the Blind, Perry YMCA, and the Butler Longhorn Museum. Like the superathlete who singlehandedly powers America's electrical generators, the Lions happily accept volunteers, ever increasing their group of supporters who desire to better their community.