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The Holocaust Museum Houston Preserves the Experiences of Local Survivors The Holocaust Museum Houston Preserves the Experiences of Local Survivors

By Rebecca Gaunt

Holocaust survivor Siegi Izakson was inspired to preserve the memories and experiences of his fellow survivors in Houston. From that inspiration, the Holocaust Museum Houston was born.

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Houston's Coalition for the Homeless Coordinates an Effort to House People in Need Houston's Coalition for the Homeless Coordinates an Effort to House People in Need

By Rebecca Gaunt

The Coalition for the Homeless coordinates the effort to reduce homelessness in Houston with help from the community. It employs a "housing first" model, and in 2015, Houston became the first major city to end veteran homelessness.

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Keeping German Tradition Alive in Texas with Beethoven Maennerchor Keeping German Tradition Alive in Texas with Beethoven Maennerchor

By Rebecca Gaunt

Beethoven Maennerchor preserves German traditions in Texas through musical performances and large events like their Oktoberfest celebration. Members and non-members alike enjoy the biergarten atmosphere and club room, while members may elect to join a chorus that performs traditional German music.

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Frisco Humane Society Gives Dogs and Cats a Chance to Find their Forever Home Frisco Humane Society Gives Dogs and Cats a Chance to Find their Forever Home

By Rebecca Gaunt

The Frisco Humane Society is a volunteer-run, no-kill shelter dedicated to finding forever homes for their rescued animals. They emphasize the importance of spaying and neutering to keep the homeless animal population under control.

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Rebecca Gaunt is a Staff Writer at Texas Homes.

Rebecca Gaunt earned a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia and a master's in education from Oglethorpe University. Her published pieces include travel, parenting, special needs and education articles. She is an advocate for those affected by tuberous sclerosis complex and a travel junkie.