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Wed
01
Aug
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Mu Upsilon Chapter attend conventions

Jaki Heinz, Trudy Matus, Gloria Riggs, all of Lumberton, and Gayle Stephens of Kountze, members of Mu Upsilon Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) Society International, joined with women educators from around the state of Texas in Waco on June 14-16 for the 89th annual Texas State Organization Convention.

Matus, Riggs and Stephens also attended the International Convention in Austin on July 16-20.

 

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Wed
25
Jul
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Silsbee EDC presents new website, awards grant

By Dannie Oliveaux

Silsbee Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Christy Heisner and intern Gracie Gilchriest conducted a presentation for the City Council on the EDC’s new website, marketing and rebranding at the July 16 meeting.

The new web address for the EDC is www.silsbeetxedc.com.

Gilchriest, a senior at Silsbee High School, has been working on several EDC projects this summer which included website and marketing materials.

“Mrs. Heisner has taught me so much especially about marketing and the business world,” said Gilchriest.

She said part of her job was to renovate the website to better fit the new marketing changes.

Gilchriest said Heisner wanted a “fresh facelift of the website.”

 

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Wed
25
Jul
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Family makes quilts, deliver to Pine Harbor residents

By Jessica Siratt

An Evadale family came to Pine Arbor Nursing Home to deliver handmade quilts to each of the 84 residents on July 10.

Judith Rogers along with her husband, Frank, and three daughters — Jennifer Henley and Emily Peveto of Evadale and Patty Woodley of Vidor who is also a licensed vocational nurse (LVN) at Pine Harbor — joined forces to hand out the quilt in an organized manner.

Woodley spent her day off to orchestrate and guide her family through the facility, while Frank Rogers was in charge of “toting things back and forth.”

 

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Wed
18
Jul
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Buccaneer Pirates

The performance cast of the Lillard Farm Theatrical children’s camp is rehearsing for the upcoming production of the musical comedy “Blimey Buccaneers” in the Silsbee High School Auditorium on Friday and Saturday, July 27 and July 28 at 7:30 p.m.

 

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Wed
18
Jul
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LHS FCCLA members attend leadership conference

Seven members from the Lumberton High School FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) attended the 2018 National Leadership Conference on June 28 to July 2 in Atlanta, Ga. Alissa White  and Madison Appling (far right) won a goal medals for services helping children who are fighting cancer and raising money for cancer research.

 

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Wed
11
Jul
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Balaban’s life colorful, full of adventure

By Danny Reneau

Adalaide Balaban was a single mom attempting to raise her daughter while working for the Missouri Department of Social Services during the 1960s.

She was involved in a welfare- to-work program where she attempted to get women on welfare, get them some education and go to work to get off welfare.

One day, Balaban contacted a woman who told her she did not want a job. She was happy with her welfare income and this gave her an opportunity to be at home with her daughter.

 

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Wed
11
Jul
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Horses proved therapy for elderly residents

By Jessica Siratt

Residents at the Silsbee Convalescent Center were visited at the facility by Stable- Spirit July 5.

Stable-Spirit, a non-profit organization in Rose City, transported the horses from their facility to the nursing home.

According to Stable- Spirit’s mission statement, they provide opportunities to the community that inspire positive mental, emotional and physical health through professionally guided interaction with horses.

Katie Durio, executive director of Stable-Spirit, said the residents were allowed to pet, brush, and just be with the animals.

 

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Wed
04
Jul
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Local pool team headed to world championships in Las Vegas

By Jessica Siratt

A group of Silsbee pool players, along with two Buna residents, will compete in the “world’s largest pool tournament” next month.

Patrick Ring of Silsbee said his 8-ball team called “Slow Play” are gearing up for Las Vegas and the American Poolplayers Association (APA) World Pool Championships in Las Vegas.

It is billed as “home of the world’s largest pool tournament.”

"Slow Play as a team has been operating for around two years, but I have different members at different times," said the 66-year-old Ring, who is team captain. "I think I'm the lowest ranking player on the team."

 

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Wed
04
Jul
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SHS drum majors

Silsbee High School Drum Majors Dalton Avery (left) and Alexia Read participated in the Stephen F. Austin State University Drum Major Camp last week in Nacogdoches. They earned the award as Best Conductors. Read also
won two March-Off competitions and Best Overall Drum Major.

 

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Wed
27
Jun
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Volunteering with food distribution

Volunteer Riley Martinez looks to place several boxes of cereal into the back of a vehicle as Toni Looper brings more food during the Hardin County Strong disaster relief food distribution at the old Kirby Elementary School gymnasium on June 26. The event was held in conjunction with South East Texas Food Bank with more than 60 volunteers. At one point, more than 120 vehicles were lined up along FM 418 waiting to be served.

 

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