Sonja Kelley, executive director for the Silsbee Chamber of Commerce, announced “Shop Fashion Forward” is 9:30 a.m.to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 1.
The presentation for the 2020 Fire Hydrant Painting Contest was July 25 at The Silsbee Bee office.
People of all ages gathered at Waldo Matthews Park for a Juneteenth Celebration. There was plenty of food and live music for everyone to enjoy, along with a speech by Rev. Carl J.D. Tyler, Jr. Photo by Danny Reneau
The Silsbee and Lumberton Police Department staff was treated to a Law Enforcement Appreciation Lunch on June 18 by several local and area businesses. Presenting in the lunch were cook Bobby Kelley of Kelley’s Catering, Ricky Mcinnes of Mcinnes Construction, Brook Gilchrist of Acme Skid, Roger Martin of Brookshire Brothers of Buna and Silsbee Quality Meats. Photo by Dannie Oliveaux
The City of Silsbee announced that all city parks, including Knupple Park, Sante Fe Park, Waldo Mathew Park, Exquissette Park, and Silsbee Veteran Park, are now open.
Silsbee Convalescent Center residents show off their work from while doing crafts.
KOUNTZE — Two scholarships in the amount of $500 each were presented to Tyler Carr and Aimee Rucker.
Bill Sanders and his wife, Ola Sander, press hands against the window as they celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on June 9. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bill Sanders was unable to visit his wife, but they made the best of the circumstances and were thankful to at least share their day with each other. He sent his wife a beautiful bouquet of flowers that she absolutely loved. They are Christian people and have a positive attitude, and are a great example of love — even through trying times. Courtesy Photo