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          ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I - CONTRACTOR RESOURCE CENTER (GRANT FUNDED, TEMPORARY, FULL-TIME)      Comment   Translate Page      
TX-Corpus Christi, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I - CONTRACTOR RESOURCE CENTER (GRANT FUNDED, TEMPORARY, FULL-TIME) Del Mar College Posting Number: S327 Department: Small Business Development Center Position Type: Non-Exempt Employment Status: Full-Time-Staff Salary: Open Date: 04/11/2019 Close Date: 4/25/2019 Job Description Summary: The purpose of this position is to provide administrative and direct support to the Co
          Fluoride reports prompts parents’ concerned calls to dentist      Comment   Translate Page      
Too much fluoride is toxic and can impact brain development in young children. CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A recent report about the dangers of fluoride is prompting calls to a Coastal Bend dentist, and he is warning parents not to overreact. A Centers for Disease Control report points out that parents often allow their children […]
          Piso Venta San Andrés del Rabanedo, San Andrés del Rabanedo      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Student Recruiter - St. Mark's College / Corpus Christi College - Vancouver, BC      Comment   Translate Page      
“The Community of St. Mark’s, which includes Corpus Christi and St. Mark’s Colleges and St. Mark’s Parish, is the Catholic centre at UBC. Corpus Christi...
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          Large, Flightless Bird Attacks and Kills Its Fallen Owner 13 April 2019 The San Diego Zoo's - Snopes.com      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Large, Flightless Bird Attacks and Kills Its Fallen Owner 13 April 2019 The San Diego Zoo's  Snopes.com
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          A large, flightless bird kills its Florida owner - KRIS Corpus Christi News      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. A large, flightless bird kills its Florida owner  KRIS Corpus Christi News
  2. Large bird attacks and kills its fallen owner in Florida  NBC News
  3. Big flightless bird kills its owner after stumble in Florida  Fox News
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           Saturday’s high school soccer, softball, baseball results       Comment   Translate Page      

Boys soccer

REGION IV FINALS

Class 6A

At Brownsville Sports Park

LEE 5, Reagan 0

Class 5A

At Cabaniss Soccer Field, Corpus Christi

Pharr Valley View 4, Brownsville Veterans Memorial 2

Class 4A

At McAllen Memorial

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Goals: LEE, Antonio Loyola (1), Wilmar Aguilar (1), Francisco Segura (1), Henry Bowland (1), Julian Sanchez (1).

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          South Texas Community meets the Blue Angels      Comment   Translate Page      
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – (April 12, 2019) The community of South Texas had the opportunity to “Meet the Blues” at Veterans Memorial High School prior to the annual Wings over South Texas Air Show, April 13 – 14.
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          Puerto Rican Native Visits the Enchanted Island as part of Navy Week      Comment   Translate Page      
San Juan, Puerto Rico – As a Puerto Rican resident or native from the island there are different things you come to love. The proximity to the sea, landscape, food, music, culture, pride in one’s country and above all family. For Capt. Miguel Cubano, commanding officer, Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi, Texas, it seemed as if his entire career led him to the point of being the senior officer for Puerto Rico Navy Week April 8-13.
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          Some South Texas stores give away books to promote reading      Comment   Translate Page      
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Dr. Jimie Owsley grew up in a home without many books.

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported that she lived in a rough part of Chicago, so embarking to the library on her own wasn’t an option. Then she made a discovery: She wasn’t prepared.

“By the time I got to college I realized that I could not carry on meaningful conversations in basic geography, history,” Owsley said. “So, by the time I went to medical school, I was just reading like a sponge.”

When she moved to Washington, D.C., to complete her medical residency, she said she discovered great bookstores.

Owsley is a contracted emergency room doctor for CHRISTUS Spohn Health System, operates a low-cost health care clinic and owns one of the only locally owned bookstores in South Texas.

Helping children become smarter and more literate is the goal behind initiatives at her By the Book Bookstore and another just over the bridge.

Owsley opened By the Book in December 2016, but the business then hibernated as the city began working on the roads at Ayers Street and Santa Fe for about two years.

The stores recently reopened full time as the road construction was completed.

Each day, they select a book that is up for grabs and the first person to come in and ask for the book gets it for free.

“The books are typically children’s books or classics, and they are available to really anyone,” Owsley said. “But the purpose is to build libraries. Pretty much anything I do, I know I want to give back to the community.”

At Books Ink in Portland, children can get a free book every week by answering a question. If they can’t answer the question, they still get the book – along with some homework.

Owner Jennifer Hay celebrated 15 years in business April 1 and said the purpose is to help grow libraries in homes.

“I want to make reading fun for kids,” she said. “Make it not a chore. They get to choose their book and do with it what they want. Kids that like to read will become adults that like to read.”

“I’ve been in homes where there are no books, and if there are no books, you don’t develop a love of reading,” Hay said.

Spending time reading to your children every day and having them read to you will help them grow as readers and develop their love of reading, Owsley said.

“When I was young, we didn’t have any books in our home, and I felt that I really missed out,” she said. “I think multiple things build a relationship, but certainly reading is one of those. I think every parent should have books in their home. They should read to their children.”

Helping children and adults be smarter is a major focus of By the Book. When Owsley discovered her son was born hearing impaired, doctors said the best thing for him would be to read 10 books a day.

“In his age group at Barnes and Noble, you go through 10 books a day pretty quickly, so I started ordering books online,” Owsley said. “But I really wanted him to get more nonfiction information, in case he lost his hearing one day.”

At her store, she offers books such as “Quantum Entanglement for Babies,” “Quantum Physics for Babies” and “The Little President: A Presidential Primer.”

When reading a book herself, she likes her kids to read a similar book, and then they discuss it as a family. She offers books at the store for parents interested in doing this with their children. For example, if the parent wants to read a book on Michelle Obama, there is a child-appropriate Michelle Obama book.

“I wanted books that made people smarter – professional books, medical books, law books – but I also wanted a parallel with the appropriate age group,” Owsley said. “I wanted books to improve yourself.”

Kelly Kimball’s two daughters learned how to spell by playing Scrabble at Books Ink.

One of her daughters is dyslexic, but she was never made to feel like she wasn’t good enough to play.

It is that sense of community that has kept the family coming back year after year, Kimball said.

The family began visiting the bookstore when the girls were 3 and 10. They now are 18 and 25.

“We don’t have community spaces anymore.” Hay said. “Nobody chats with their neighbors, nobody sits on a porch and waves to people, and I just wanted a place where if somebody came in they would be able to talk to another person.”

She has tried to give other small businesses an opportunity to grow, hosting tarot card readings, chair massages and other business events.

The bookstore also has several weekly and monthly events including Scrabble nights, poetry readings, a book club and book signings.

“I don’t have Wi-Fi, I’m never going to have a TV in here, so when people come in they talk to one another, and I just felt that we needed something like that,” Hay said.


          IceRays Win in Overtime to Grab 2-0 Series Lead      Comment   Translate Page      
AMARILLO, Texas - Kyle Moore completed a hat trick with the game-winning goal 1:17 into overtime as the Corpus Christi IceRays defeated the Amarillo B... - NAHL Corpus Christi IceRays
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Website http://www.corpuschristi-roofers.com/ Owner Name Brian McSteen Full Address 1702 S Padre Island Dr Corpus Christi, TX 78416 Phone 361-730-1875 Business Email office@mcallen-roofing.com Keywords: roofing company corpus christi, roof repair corpus christi, commercial roofing company corpus christi, roofer corpus christi, best roofing company corpus christi, commercial roofing corpus christi, roofing corpus Christi Description Roof Coatings Corpus Christi Roofing – #1 Rated Roofers When it comes to commercial and residential Corpus Christi roofing companies, there’s nobody better than McAllen Roofing. With over 30 years of combined experience, we have built a trusted reputation by taking pride in our work and offering quality roofing services with affordable pricing. Our Corpus Christi roofing company has vast experience and knowledge of various roofing systems and products. Our superior craftsmanship and design truly set us apart from any other roofing company in town. For a free roofing estimate, call (361) 730-1875 or visit our Get A Free Estimate page.
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Website http://www.corpuschristi-roofers.com/ Owner Name Brian McSteen Full Address 1702 S Padre Island Dr Corpus Christi, TX 78416 Phone 361-730-1875 Business Email office@mcallen-roofing.com Keywords: roofing company corpus christi, roof repair corpus christi, commercial roofing company corpus christi, roofer corpus christi, best roofing company corpus christi, commercial roofing corpus christi, roofing corpus Christi Description Roof Coatings Corpus Christi Roofing – #1 Rated Roofers When it comes to commercial and residential Corpus Christi roofing companies, there’s nobody better than McAllen Roofing. With over 30 years of combined experience, we have built a trusted reputation by taking pride in our work and offering quality roofing services with affordable pricing. Our Corpus Christi roofing company has vast experience and knowledge of various roofing systems and products. Our superior craftsmanship and design truly set us apart from any other roofing company in town. For a free roofing estimate, call (361) 730-1875 or visit our Get A Free Estimate page.
          Coast Guard searching for missing swimmer near Corpus Christi, Texas      Comment   Translate Page      
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Coast Guard is searching for an 18-year-old man in the water who was last seen swimming between Packery Channel and Bob Hall Pier near Corpus Christi, Texas, Thursday. Coast Guard Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi watchstanders received a report of three persons in the water, two males and one female, swimming […]
          Knowing God      Comment   Translate Page      

Knowing God“Having been created to share in the very life of God, the Holy Eucharist is the beacon by which we find our way through the mists that sometimes shroud our eyes from the glory that awaits us,” Fr. Paul Jerome Keller, O.P., writes at the beginning of his recent published devotional, A Year with the Eucharist. Fr. Keller, a Dominican priest and professor of sacramental and liturgical theology of the Athenaeum of Ohio, Mount St. Mary’s of the West Seminary, who also serves at Saint Gertrude’s parish and Dominican priority there, talks about the importance of the Eucharist as the holiest week of the year for Christians, commemorating, among other things, the instituting of the Eucharistic meal, is set to begin. The book has no set start date; Easter might be the time to begin, an aid in making every week holy. — Kathryn Jean LopezKathryn Jean Lopez: Why do you encourage Eucharistic adoration?Father Paul Jerome Keller, O.P.: Because we meet Jesus Christ personally in the Eucharist! It's not just a matter of meeting Him, but of being able to speak with Him present sacramentally before us. And adoration is important because we receive so many more graces and gifts by acts of praise, worship, and adoration than we do by merely asking for things. In fact, since we so often don't know what to ask for, it's better to open our hands in adoration before our Eucharistic Lord and allow Him to give what He knows we need.Lopez: Is making Eucharistic adoration part of daily life plausible for busy people — and for those with young children?Fr. Keller, O.P.: Yes, Eucharistic adoration is definitely plausible for busy people -- and with children. Every Christian has an obligation to pray. The amount of time will depend on one’s schedule and station in life, of course, but since we are obliged to pray, because we owe God worship, why not spend that time in front of the Blessed Sacrament? People with young children can bring them along and teach them how to worship Christ in the Eucharist in an age-appropriate way. Moreover, Jesus loves to draw children to Himself.Lopez: How can you be so certain about its power?Fr. Keller, O.P.: I can be sure of the power of Eucharistic adoration because there we find God. What greater power is there? And He loves us more than we could possibly imagine, and always brings about our good when we come before Him. If He desires our good infinitely, and is all-powerful, how could we doubt His power active in our lives? Eucharistic adoration opens us up to receiving that power in a most unique way.Lopez: “Unfortunately, few people today, even devout and dedicated Catholics, have learned how to really pray,” Bishop James D. Conley of Nebraska writes in the foreword to your book. Can anything really be done about that?Fr. Keller, O.P.: Yes, people can learn to pray. My counsel is to simply start. If a person wants to learn to pray, go before Jesus and tell Him just that: Lord, I want to learn to pray. Teach me to pray. With those words, one has already begun to pray! God will take it from there-just watch Him!Lopez: You write that “No one has ever desired anything more than God desires to draw us into union with himself.” How can you be so sure of that?Fr. Keller, O.P.: Because God created us out of love for us. His love for us is infinite. Love's end is union. So, divine, infinite love has as its end union of the beloved with Himself.Lopez: “Man is divinized by his participation in the life of the Blessed Trinity, and the Eucharist is the continued nourishing of our divine life.” How can people come to better understand this is what we’re meant for?Fr. Keller, O.P.: This is an important question for our age. People have lost sight of the meaning of life. We need to help people to come to some quiet time in life in order to reflect on the meaning of life, and the meaning of one's own life. We must help people to ask the question: what is my purpose in life? These questions, when considered seriously, bring one into contact already with God. This happens because God desires to draw us to Himself -- and as soon as we take time to stop and consider what is most important in life, divine grace is seeking to break in to our lives to illuminate our minds.Lopez: “Nothing could be more objectively real than Christ’s sacramental presence in the Eucharist at the Sacrifice if the Mass through the ministry of those men Christ has chosen as his priests.” That’s going to sound crazy to some. What’s the invitation? What if the evil that priests have done and the infuriating ways it’s been handled leave some not believing any of this anymore? Fr. Keller, O.P.: I grant that it can be quite difficult to trust once we’ve been hurt or betrayed. We all have people in our lives who have let us down, but it's particularly difficult when one who lets us down is someone who is supposed to be morally upright -- such as our parents, our doctors and police, and especially our priests. But, just because one parent has let someone down, or one cop has done something corrupt, or one doctor has abused the medical privilege, does not mean that all cops and doctors are bad, or that upholding the law or medicine is to be ignored. So it is with God and our faith. People who do bad things do not make the whole religion bad, nor do they make belief in God bad.Lopez: What’s so important about prayer before and after Communion?Fr. Keller, O.P.: Prayer before and after the reception of Holy Communion is essential because without it we fail to receive the full benefit of the sacramental graces. Not praying before and after Communion is like going to dinner at your best friend's home and never speaking to the other. The moment of Communion is the most intimate time we have with Christ who is present, body and blood, soul and divinity, within our very beings. There could be no better time for prayer, especially contemplative prayer.Lopez: Do you have a favorite prayer in the book?Fr. Keller, O.P.: Yes, my favorite prayer occurs on Day 1. It's the prayer composed by St. Thomas Aquinas for the feast of Corpus Christi, titled "O Sacred Banquet.” It's the prayer that Dominicans throughout the world pray several times a day at the beginning of the each of the hours of the Divine Office in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.Lopez: What do you think is particularly helpful about the “Year with series” and the whole one-day-at-a-time approach?Fr. Keller, O.P.: The presentation of daily meditations that are brief prevents the reader from feeling overwhelmed. But what is particularly helpful is that there is no particular date tied with each meditation. The days are numbered successively, one through 365, so that if a reader misses a day, he/she need only pick where he/she left off. Moreover, the book need not be started on the first day of the year. Day 1 begins as the reader determines, on any given day of the year. It’s a marvelous plan to help the reader go through the book at one's own pace, regardless of the start date.Lopez: One of your prayer prompts got my attention: “Do I realize the power of Christ’s Blood to pierce my sorrows?” How is spiritual inebriation different from drunkenness? How do you go about explaining that to someone for whom that sounds completely foreign and even downright weird?Fr. Keller, O.P.: In the Anima Christi, that ancient prayer to be pondered after we receive Holy Communion, we find the line: Blood of Christ, inebriate me. Inebriation comes from the Latin root ebrius, meaning full, sated, having had one's fill of drink. It can refer to being intoxicated, too. But the essence of the prayer is to be filled with the Blood of Christ to the point of saturation. We might consider the way that the Apostles were filled with the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, and how they appeared to the people of Jerusalem as being intoxicated. They were full of the joy of the Holy Spirit.So it is with the Blood of Christ, which is able to saturate us. Of course, this means that we must be aware of what it is we receive in Holy Communion. Lack of awareness, lack of attention, turns the reception of Communion into something almost meaningless.But, aware of receiving Christ's Blood we should lift our minds in thanksgiving to Him who desires to lift us up from our miseries, our sorrows. In terms of explaining how Christ's Blood is not something strange and weird…well, it is rather strange. I think that it is important to see how unusual is His command that we drink His Blood. Perhaps we have tried to tame too much the "strangeness" of the message of God. After all, isn't it strange that God would become man in the first place? The entire message of the Incarnation is strange. Let the strangeness speak for itself.Lopez: How are we — or are supposed to be — like candles?Fr. Keller, O.P.: St. Catherine of Siena, in her Dialogues, speaks about the necessity, first of all, to be like a candle insofar as a candle is to burn. Just as water quenches the burning candle, so sin quenches the fire of the Holy Spirit in our souls, and makes us less disposed to receive our Lord in Holy Communion. Serious sin makes it impossible to receive Him. Also, St. Catherine speaks about the way that others, when the fire of our candle is burning brightly, are able to come to us and be set on fire by us. More so, however, are we set on fire when we receive the Eucharist, which is like fire itself.Lopez has been working on the upcoming A Year with the Mystics for the same series.



          (USA-TX-Corpus Christi) Licensed Massage Therapist- Part time      Comment   Translate Page      
Are you ready to focus on doing what you love in a place that helps you feel and deliver your best? Massage Envy is the leader in accessible massage and skin care. As a massage therapist at our Alamo Ranch franchised location,* you'll join a team that's passionate about helping people feel their best through total body care. And you have a meaningful role to play in that mission as you: + Combine your expertise and artistry along with our protocols and modalities to design customized services that meet the individual needs of each client. + Build relationships with members and guests to help them pursue their total body care goals. + Deliver an amazing, safe, and therapeutic experience with every service. Here's what's in it for you: The difference you'll make in clients' lives is the biggest reward for any massage therapist, but our environment lets you enjoy more of what you love about your work. We take care of overhead costs and supplies, marketing, and building your book of business so you can focus on performing as many massages as you want. And with the repeat clientele that our membership model provides, you'll get to see the long-term impact your services make for members. And the perks don't stop there. We support and inspire you to be your best inside and outside the treatment room with: + Benefits that help you take care of you like discounts on retail products. Health care, paid time off and free monthly services for 25+ hour therapist. + A healthy compensation plan that rewards your hard work with, like a base pay of $18- $21/service hour with adjustment for experience/education and bonuses for enhancements. Our busiest therapists took home more than $50,000 last year. + A dedication to self-care with an education program that helps managers understand the physical impact of your work and gives you the tools to prolong the career you love. + Continuing education with 12+ free CEs every year. A commitment to safety and providing a therapeutic, healing environment for you and Massage Envy members and guests As a team, we're committed to offering excellent professional services that help clients do more of the things they love. Your role and the work you do every day is at the very heart of our mission. This includes: + Performing quality, therapeutic bodywork that meets clients' needs within scope of practice and licensing guidelines as applicable in our state. + Customizing massage services within Massage Envy's policies, protocols, and approved modalities to craft truly personalized sessions. + Safeguarding the client experience, maintaining client confidentiality and upholding our commitment to safety. + Embracing the Massage Envy core values of optimism, gratitude, excellence, consistency and empathy. + Protecting our workplace culture by recognizing and supporting team goals and building positive relationships with team members. + Nights and weekends are our busiest times and we do require our service providers to work some of those. We only succeed together, so we're looking for people with the passion and experience to be amazing. Those who thrive in this role are: + Well-skilled professionals who have a minimum of 500 hours of massage therapy school under their belts and a certificate of completion. You'll also need to meet the licensing requirements for massage therapy in our state and be able to pass a background and reference check with flying colors. + Thirsty for knowledge, seeking continuing education to build on their modality mastery (which must include Swedish and deep tissue massage) + Clear communicators who can effectively identify each client's needs, set clear expectations, and stay connected to the client throughout the session to achieve the goals of each service. + Total body care champions who can recommend follow-up visits and additional services and products as needed to help clients pursue their wellness goals. + Great teammates who show up on time ready to jump in wherever needed to get the job done. We Believe Our Differences Make Us Better We're excited to hear from everyone with the skills, experience, and passion to do a great job regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. If you're ready to bring your healing skills to a place where you can focus on doing what you love, we can't wait to meet you. *Massage Envy Franchising, LLC (“MEF”) is a national franchisor of independently owned and operated franchised locations. Each individual franchised location, not MEF or any of its affiliates, is the sole employer for all positions posted by a franchised location, and each individual franchised location is not acting as an agent for MEF or any of its affiliates. Hiring criteria, benefits and compensation are set by each individually owned and operated franchised location and may vary from location to location. Job ID: 2019-63429 External Company URL: www.massageenvy.com Street: 5425 South Padre Island Dr Street 2: #165 Post End Date: 5/12/2019
          Part Time Service Agent Car Detailer Corpus Christi Airport      Comment   Translate Page      
Enterprise Rent-A-Car - Corpus Christi, TX - Connect With Us Your talents. We'll put them on the map. Part Time Service Agent Car... looking for a Service Agent (Car Detailer) at our Corpus Christi Airport location (78406). The Service Agent...
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TX-Corpus Christi, The Opportunity Our Corpus Christi, TX location is looking for Hydro Blasting Technicians. The successful candidates will be responsible for providing support on our shutdown and turnaround projects, in addition to regularly scheduled work. Our Hydro Blasting Technicians are responsible for the performance of tasks associated with high pressure water blasting, tank cleaning, hazardous waste clean-
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TX-Corpus Christi, The Opportunity Our Corpus Christi, TX location is looking for Hydro Blasting Technicians. The successful candidates will be responsible for providing support on our shutdown and turnaround projects, in addition to regularly scheduled work. Our Hydro Blasting Technicians are responsible for the performance of tasks associated with high pressure water blasting, tank cleaning, hazardous waste clean-
          Piso Venta San Andrés del Rabanedo, San Andrés del Rabanedo      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Miller, Kathryn A.      Comment   Translate Page      
Kathryn A. Miller, 67, died Apr. 11, 2019. Mass, Tues., 9 a.m., Corpus Christi Church, followed by burial, St. Mary's Cem., Waterford. No public...
          Coast Guard suspends search for missing swimmer near Corpus Christi, Texas      Comment   Translate Page      
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Coast Guard suspended the search Saturday evening for an 18-year-old man who was last seen swimming between Packery Channel and Bob Hall Pier near Corpus Christi, Texas. The search began Thursday when Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi watchstanders received a report of three persons in the water, two males and one […]
          Sod Poodles Clinch Series      Comment   Translate Page      
AMARILLO - An RBI single off the bat of Webster Rivas in the eighth inning Saturday night, secured the Sod Poodles' 5-4 come-from-behind win over Corp... - TL Corpus Christi Hooks
          GEAR ASSEMBLY,TRANS      Comment   Translate Page      
Proposed procurement for NSN 3020012567462 GEAR ASSEMBLY,TRANS:
Line 0001 Qty 2.000 UI EA Deliver To: DLA DIST CORPUS CHRISTI TX EWM By: 0170 DAYS ADOApproved source is 97499 209-040-030-105.
The solicitation is an RFQ and will be available at the link provided in this notice. Hard copies of this solicitation are not available. Specifications, plans, or drawings are not available.
All responsible sources may submit a quote which, if timely received, shall be considered.
Quotes must be submitted electronically.

Set-aside code: N/A Contact: Questions regarding this solicitation should be emailed to the buyer listed in block 5 of the solicitation document which can be found under the Additional Information link. If the Additional Information link does not work, please go to https://www.dibbs.bsm.dla.mil/Solicitations/ and type the solicitation number in the Global Search box.


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