Lifestyle

Wed
10
Dec

Kountze Santa believes in keeping busy

By Meagan Moore
 
Santa Claus came riding into town Dec. 6, at the Kountze Library on top of a motorcycle because his reindeer “are busy training.” This was Jeff Graham’s second year to dress up as St. Nick and take pictures with children. To Graham, it was almost like any other day at work.
 

 

Wed
03
Dec

Christian Women’s Job Corp spring registration dates set

Christian Women’s Job Corps of Silsbee Fall session ended with a celebration for the participants on Tuesday 11.18.2014. There were six ladies participating in the courses.

 

Wed
26
Nov

Elestor Pryor has been doing good deeds most of her life

By: Meagan Moore
 
Elestor Pryor of Silsbee has been volunteering for different events and organizations formost of her life. Approximately six months ago she retired as a volunteer for the Sunshine Resale Shop. However, every once and awhile Pryor still goes and serves lunch to the people at the Silsbee A.R.C. . She was doing just this on October 30, when the president of the A.R.C. presented her with a plaque in honor of her 15 years of volunteer service.

 

Wed
19
Nov

Food Drive for the Holidays

By Meagan Moore
 
Kountze Dental Center has been working to help the community with their needs for seven years. Even now, they are participating in a nonparishable food drive for the Share Your Christmas Food Drive hosted by Channel 12 News. All proceeds from this food drive will be donated to the South East Texas Food Bank. To help get patients to participate, for every five cans a person donates they will have their name placed in a drawing.
 

 

Wed
12
Nov

Boys and Girls Club gets boost

The Boys and Girls Club of Hardin County held their annual Steak and Burger dinner on Thursday at St. Mark Catholic Church. The dinner is a benefit that helps to fund the club for the coming year.
 
Wed
05
Nov

Pre-schoolers raise the bar

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Even when All Faiths Day School preschool director Traci Turner made a good gesture for patrons to use its facilities, bad people find a way to put a damper on the day. After the school had collected pennies for a contest, all the coins were sitting in a room near the bathrooms that Turner allowed the patrons to use during the weekend of Oct. 11.
 

 

Wed
29
Oct

Village Creek Festival

Allysa Sanford enjoys a ride at the Village Creek Festival in Lumberton this weekend. Sanford is the granddaughter of Alan Sanford of Silsbee
 

 

Wed
29
Oct

Role Reversal

By Meagan Moore
 
Cindy Colwell of Lumberton is the type of person to help anyone in need. She works for the Hardin County Crime Victims and is there for anyone who "needs a shoulder to cry on or someone to listen to them." However, three years ago, Colwell's role reversed when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Suddenly, people were taking care of her.
 

 

Wed
22
Oct

Teams compete at wildlife and recreation management event

It only seems a short time ago, but a year has passed and the Zone 4 Wildlife & Recreational Management Career Development Event was held again. This annual event is hosted by the Lower Neches Soil and Water Conservation District which was graciously allowed to use the facilities of the Big Thicket National Preserve visitor center and surrounding grounds on Tuesday, Oct. 7.
 

 

Wed
22
Oct

Silsbee LittleTheater

The roles have been cast and the members of the Silsbee Little Theater are working hard on their fall production. The group includes Carolyn Martinson, Jonathan Boddie, Holly Church, (in the wheelchair), Tressa Richard, director
Richard Atmar, Hilary Hayes, Tess Cryer, Terry Scott and Brian Watson, assistant director. Wayne Mougia, non pictured, is in charge of the lighting.
 

 

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