In 1960, one in five Americans lived in conditions the federal government described as “poverty.” Churches were engaged in working toward social justice, and two Waco-based social service agencies grew out of this emphasis in 1967.
November 2017 issue
The 31st annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon will honor a few standout citizens, organizations and businesses whose gifts underscore their commitment to seeing Central Texans thrive.
The first show served up a smorgasbord of Tejano, folk, blues, funk, soul, gospel, jazz, country and even music that defied categorization. Now the Texas Music Café is marking its 20th year.
Located inside the Hotel Indigo Waco-Baylor at 211 Clay Ave., this colorful downtown eatery offers drinks and dining throughout the day for guests who live nearby or for those visiting Central Texas for the weekend.