Activity directors at area nursing facilities do a lot of work to improve the quality of life and make life enjoyable for residents. Silsbee Oaks Healthcare Activity Director Rhonda Tanton describes it as “the fun stuff.”
The United States Postal System has a program where people can write letters to Santa and the employees act as Santa’s elves and attempt to write the person back who sent the letter.
For Bo and Alice Roy of Lumberton, the railroad has been an important part of their married lives.
When I think about Christmas and this year, my first thought is not of baby Jesus but of Mary and Joseph.
Silsbee Mayor Kevin J. Garner (center) reads a proclamation on Dec. 19 for the Wreaths Across America event at Veterans Park in downtown SIlsbee. Looking on is Silsbee Woman’s Club President Imogene Nelson (left) and Tilford Thorkveen, Second District Commandor of the American Legion in Texas. A local Boy Scout troop place wreaths inside the pak during the ceremony. PHOTO BY DANNY RENEAU
KOUNTZE — Hardin County Strong provided personal needs gift baskets, food boxes and gift cards for gas or groceries to vulnerable households impacted by COVID-19, the majority of these elderly and/or disabled.
To show deep appreciation for continued loyalty to Silsbee ISD students, families, and community, Silsbee ISD Board President Sam Edd Harrell, the Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees and Superintendent Dr. Gregg Weiss were delighted to share a reward to teachers and employees with an incentive on Nov. 30.
Silsbee head coach Randy Smith said his group of 18 seniors left a “lasting legacy for Silsbee Football.”