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82nd Annual Buc Days celebrations drawing near

Posted at 3:29 PM, Apr 16, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-16 17:02:11-04

Things are ramping up for the 82nd annual Buc Days coming to Corpus Christi in just a few short days.

Today, Mayor Joe McComb read a proclamation in City Council Chambers honoring the annual celebration, which includes Rodeo Corpus Christi, Buc Days and Stripes Carnival and Navy/Army Night Parade.

The participants in this year’s Buc Days Port of Corpus Christi King & Queen Leadership Program were also introduced today.

Robbie Lugo, Carroll High School

 

RJ Loa II, Calallen High School

 

Tom Ledesma, Aransas Pass High School

 

Ariana Jimenez, HM King High School, Kingsville

 

Nick Hein, Incarnate Word Academy

 

Jena Gomez, Tuloso-Midway

 

Brenden Garcia, Carroll High School

 

MacKenzie Eden, Calallen High School

 

Abby Comstock, Tuloso-Midway High School

 

Daya Butler, W.B. Ray High School

 

Chelsea Blair, Veterans Memorial High School

 

Jeremiah Baldwin, Flour Bluff High School

 

Jason Tang, Sinton High School

 

John Henry Stearns, Tuloso-Midway High School

 

Daniel Rock, Incarnate Word Academy

 

Kat Ramos, Moody High School

 

Bryan Ramirez, West Oso High School

 

Jessica Pena, Santa Gertrudis, Kingsville

 

Katie Nguyen, Collegiate High School

 

Victoria Moreno, W.B. Ray High School

 

Citgo is the main sponsor for this year’s Buc Days, which run from April 25 to May 12.

 

The Navy/Army Night Parade is set for May 4, and KRIS 6 News will once again be showing the parade on air and online at KRISTV.com/live. Parade coverage begins at 7 p.m.

For more information, visit the Buc Days website here.