(FOX 24) – If you’re in need of positivity and inspiration, we have just the show for you. “Be Our Change” is airing its fourth show Sunday, November 15th at 9:30 pm on KPEJ FOX 24. You will find there are many people here in the Permian Basin working to make a difference.
Stories that will be featured include:
“Kind like Kayla” – An emotional story of a woman here in the Basin who lost her battle with breast cancer. But her family and friends say her kindness and strong faith never waivered.
Adapt and Achieve – Adam Lucio was partially paralyzed as a baby. Despite his struggles, he now sees it as a blessing and a way to encourage others.
Dunbar Firearms – A couple here in the Basin is taking a big risk by opening a new gun store.
Odessa Chuck Wagon Gang – For 80 years, they’ve volunteered their time to make a difference.
Volunteers from the Church of Latter-Day Saints have been giving back at the West Texas Food Bank during the pandemic.
Press Cafe donating around $33,000 to Pink the Basin.
Honor the Blue raised around $150,000 for local law enforcement.
Midland County Sheriff’s Office Mounted Patrol volunteer their time to protect our community.
Odessa Rotary Clubs played a big role in another epidemic that some compare to Coronavirus.
Quinn Thompson is using his creativity to honor fallen veterans by making portraits for their families.
A Big Spring man named in Midland company in honor of his military background.