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0 Meet Some of Our Wonderful Regular WWN Contributors!

Deb Navin

Deb Navin starting volunteering at the Rockport-Fulton Humane Society 5 yrs ago when she and her family moved to Rockport. Deb loves writing the stories you read each week that give a voice to local dogs in need of loving homes. She also helps to coordinator other wonderful volunteers who write for the cat posts. Deb is so happy that her job is to get to know their unique personalities that inspire her colorful stories, which in turn, gives her more doggie kiss time! Browse the R-F Humane Society Pet Adoption section.


Christy & David Ilfrey

Christy Ilfrey and her husband David own and operate NativeDave.com. Their mission: "To make positive changes in our community by way of sustainable landscape design and consultation services, speaking engagements and writing projects. We strive to educate, entertain and empower audiences to conserve, preserve, restore and celebrate Nature." You can find Christy and David's informative articles through their column entitled "Texas Treehugger" here.


Jeanette Larson

Jeanette Larson is a retired librarian and author. She and her husband, retired architect and artist Jim Larson, moved to Rockport several years ago for the birds, the beach, and the coastal community. We are so lucky to have Jeanette share 'what's been happening around town' with the Network! You can find her wonderful posts here.


Vicki Totten

Vicki Totten and husband, ceramic artist Stan Irvin, are both retired professors who have discovered the joys of Rockport and living part-time on their 33' sailboat, while exploring new sailing destinations and adventures. You can read all about Vicki's exciting adventures in her column called "Boating Adventures" here!


Stephen Fisher

Stephen Fisher and his wife Sharon have lived in Rockport for almost 5 years. Stephen Is a full-time nature photographer with gallery representations here in Rockport and in Corpus Christi. Their favorite question is “What took us so long to get here to Rockport?” You can read, and browse through Stephen's amazing photos, in Stephen's column called "Behind the Scenes."


Sue Ready

Sue Ready is a retired middle school teacher, freelance writer, food columnist for a local Minnesota magazine and paper, food blogger and creator of The World According to Bella. She got her blogging start in Rockport on a winter trip four years ago. After meetings some ladies from the WWN, she began sharing her stories in the weekly newsletter...And the rest is history! You can find Bella's exciting adventures in the column "The World According to Bella." Sue also shares a number of her tasty dishes in our recipe section.


Candice

Candice and her super cute brood call home (and art studio!) to a 16+ acre homestead in Gonzales County. The little family travels to Rockport-Fulton (often staying in their family's RV) on a regular basis to participate in local events, festivals and of course to visit with good friends. We are so lucky to have Candice share her many talents and adventures in the WWN through her column "Adventures of the Yellow School Bus."



Alicia

Alicia has been the WWN's Webmaster since 2011. In addition to being the friendly voice on the other end of WWN "line," you may have seen several recipes from Alicia in the weekly newsletter. Alicia loves cooking, knitting, gardening, and dining with good friends!







Also a Big THANK YOU to Our Additional 2016 Contributors & Top Commenters:

Hazel Mann, Rhonda Cantu, Lisa Kaye, Sally Mitchell, Maria Nesbit, Carlos Elizondo, Lynn Baskin, Joellen Simmons, Bonnie Roller, John Waymire, Valerie K., Mary Rampellini, Mattie Carpenter, Stephen and Donna Schneider, Shannon Raus, Ron Russell, Nancy W., Jane Willard, Jackie Hattenbach, Linda Holzman, Diane Davis, Debra Van Every Smith, Tom Ross, Gayly Opem, Melody R., Karen Mella, Nana, Angela Attal, Alyssa Burgin, Margo Nielsen, Shirley Laurence, Kelly Mcneely, Victoria Gibbons, Willie, MsEnroller, Pamela Foley, Katy Jones Gulsby, Karen Haynie, Cheryl Crain, Cindy Duck




"How Can I Become a WWN Contributor?"

Easy....submit something!

The WWN is a submission-based community publication, which means anyone who has something to share can submit!  There are of course some guidelines, but anyone is welcome to submit an item of interest!



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