(NAPSI)—These days, it’s still essential for families to stay connected. The last months have been challenging. More than ever people need family and friends.
NORMAN, Okla. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a wild horse and burro adoption event in Beaumont on Friday and Saturday, April 23-24, at the Ford Park Entertainment Complex.
SILSBEE — Hardin County Strong (HCS) provides blankets to children impacted by disaster, according to HCS Executive Director Michelle Brewer.
Demolishion crews continue to tear down the old Kirby Elementary School, located at the corner of FM 418 and FM 92. As of April 13, most of the facility has been torn down. PHOTO BY DANNIE OLIVEAUX
ORANGE — Spring is right around the corner. A Western Swing Spring Fling 2-steps into town on Saturday, April 17, at 7 p.m. in the Lutcher Theater parking lot.
BEAUMONT — Acadian Ambulance Service is offering scholarships to recent and upcoming high school graduates interested in becoming Emergency Medical Technicians.
(NAPSI)—According to AARP, there are 10,000 people turning 65 every day — a figure that is expected to be consistent until 2030.
Due to the recent freeze, residents at Silsbee Oaks Healthcare weren’t able to go outside and enjoy the snow but that didn’t stop them from having a indoor snowball fight. They used large campfire marshmallows and battled it out with the Activity Department on who could throw the “snowball” the farthest. Myrtle Hooks (left photo) was ready for action. The Special Needs Unit residents took a more relaxing approach as they colored pictures to display while watching the snow fall from their warm and cozy indoor rooms. Resident Frances Forse (right photo) did a beautiful job on her artwork. COURTSEY PHOTOS
(NAPS)—Driving a car means maintaining independence for many older adults. Driving allows you to shop, see friends and family, keep up with medical appointments, and avoid social isolation.
Walter Stephens was honored recently for working at Silsbee Toyota for 20 years.