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Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg is a native Houstonian licensed by the State Bar of Texas in 1987 and recognized as a specialist in Criminal Law by the Board of Legal Specialization since 1992.

In 2020, District Attorney Ogg was re-elected to a second term by a margin of more than 100,000 votes. Under her leadership, the Harris County District’s office is dedicated to community safety through evidence-based prosecution and equal justice for all.

And a big THANK YOU to DA Kim Ogg for sponsoring this month’s community breakfast!




Constable Jerry Garcia believes in giving back to the community and is committed to building a department that the citizens of Pct 2 and Harris County can be proud of, depend on, and trust.

Precinct 2 covers the southeastern part of Harris County, including the ship channel. The pct includes the cities of Jacinto City, Galena Park, South Houston, as well as portions of southeast Houston, Pasadena, Pearland and Friendswood.


Presentation of Colors by Raul Yzaguirre Schools for Success Color Guard

  • Founded in 1996, the Raul Yzaguirre School for Success (RYSS) was one of the first open-enrollment charter schools approved by the Texas State Board of Education. By establishing RYSS, the Tejano Center for Community Concerns worked to provide a college preparatory educational experience for children of the center’s surrounding neighborhoods in southeast Houston. Today, RYSS continues its commitment to the success of every student, regardless of his/her academic or economic background, by offering a superior college preparatory experience, with the goal of having every student enter and graduate from a four-year university.
  • Since their modest beginnings in a small rental facility with an enrollment of 100 students, they have successfully expanded their operation and their reach to a combined enrollment to more than 1,500 at seven campuses.

Join Us for Chorizo and Menudo!

Saturday. October 16, 2021 9am-11am

Doneraki Mexican Restaurant

300 Gulfgate Mall, Houston, TX 77087

>$5 donation requested at door for each meal ticket. Includes breakfast and coffee.

>As a courtesy to our invited speakers, and to our program, keep noise level to a minimum, and please remain till the end of the program.

>Masks are encouraged in restaurants when not seated at a table.

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