At the June 10 meeting of the Lumberton ISD Board of Trustees meeting, two outgoing school board members were recognized for their years of service. Honored were James Glenn (left) and Margaret Cruse. Glenn served on the board for 12 years and Cruse for 13. Presenting the plaques was James Kersh (right), board president. COURTESY PHOTO
Local residents inducted into Phi Kappa Phi
SOUR LAKE – On May 6, 36th Congressional District U.S. Rep. Brian Babin (R) hosted a ceremony at Hardin-Jefferson High School (HJHS) to recognize the participants and announce the winner of the 2021 Congressional Art Competition.
KOUNTZE — With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, the staff at Big Thicket National Preserve would like to encourage everyone to think about safety when swimming, boating, or recreating in any way along the Southeast Texas waterways. Each year lives are lost in the creeks and rivers of Southeast Texas, and most of those tragedies could have been prevented.
ORANGE – Each May, National Foster Care Month helps raise awareness of the children and families involved in the foster care system and the need for more people to step up to support them.
(NAPSI)—Over 70 million Baby Boomers grew up playing board games and watching game shows together—and they still love doing both.
For those hesitating to set new fitness goals after having last year’s sidetracked by gym closures, it’s time to get back in action.
SILSBEE — The Ice House Museum and Cultural Center will host an open house on Saturday, May 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(NAPSI)—Maintaining social connections and staying mentally and physically active is key to reducing social isolation and loneliness among older adults, particularly now during the COVID-19 national health crisis.
Silsbee Oaks Activities Director Rhonda Tanton decorated a mirror and staff went around and took pictures of their residents. Tanton took a picture of Edna Cook to see the beauty within. “Just as we see the beauty of our volunteers who make a difference in our residents lives,” added Tanton. COURTESY PHOTO