The Fillies stepped on the National playing field representing Panola College in a positive way.
Tuesday morning the Fillies would match up against Northwest Florida. Early execution by the Raiders would give Panola a 5-0 deficit. The score wouldn’t last as Maryia Adashchyk would knock down a three from deep followed by a lay up by Daria Eremeeva.
The Fillies would get back to back stops in the second quarter, but couldn’t seem to click offensively. A poor shooting period led Panola onto break down 25-33.
By the fourth quarter the Fillies would see the lead balloon to as many as 11. Panola wouldn’t give up though. A three pointer by Adashchyk and a coupe of steals got the Fillies back working 6. That would be as close as the Fillies got for the remaining of the period!
Adashchyk led the Fillies with 16 point. Patience Okpe also scored in double digits with 10.
March 24th, 2018 Shawnee Hill Annual Trail Ride 8 a.m. on county road 538. For more information call: 936-564-1119.
Mt. Zion Men's Day Program Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 3 p.m. Special guest speaker is Rev. James Redwine, pastor of the Wesley Chapel C.M.E. Church, Henderson, TX. Bro. C.W. Garrett - Chairperson, Rev. Elgena Weaver - Pastor.
Texas State Historian Bill O'Neal visited the Shelby County Historical society at the Shelby County Museum in Center, TX. A crowd gathered together today 3-20-18 at 2 p.m. to hear him talk about his new book. Bill O'Neal is well known in this area and gave a good history lesson to the public.
Timpson ISD has completed the second phase of their Bond Improvements. The softball team started the season at their new field. The new facilities include a covered batting cage with storage, concessions and restrooms, along with masonry dugouts. The District’s architect, McKinley Golden Architects worked alongside Dr. Mid Johnson, Timpson ISD superintendent, Coach Jordan and Coach Campbell, to assure student athletes have the best possible facilities such as a netting and brick back backstop. To keep cost in line the existing lights were relocated to the new field. The Construction Manager, Berry & Clay, worked diligently to complete the project before the season started.
The Shelbyville First United Methodist Church will have an Easter Sunrise service on Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018. Worship service will begin at 6:30 am.
After worship we will have brunch and all are invited to attend.
Membership Meeting TODAY at the chamber! R&D Valero will be the caterer, we will have Hamburgersteak! Please join us! 12:00 p.m.
Blount Chapel Missionary Baptist Church presents it's musical: Bring the Praise. All area choirs, soloists, and praise teams are invited to attend. Bring a friend and be richly blessed. April 7th, 2018 at 6 p.m. Rev. Byron Coutee, Jr.-Pastor For more information please contact: April N. Moore 936-240-5864.
We will see you this Friday, March 23rd, at Raymond Motors for a Ribbon Cutting. The Celebration starts at 12noon. Raymond Motors is located at 301 San Augustine Street. The public is invited to attend and meet the Owners and Staff. Railroad Commissioner, Wayne Christian and State Representative Chris Paddie will be in attendance as will other local dignitaries. There will be door prizes and refreshments.
Raymond Motors is a GMC, Cadillac and Buick Dealership owned by Will Blackwell, J.B. Raymond and James Raymond. Their motto is “Classic Sales and Service with a Modern Twist”. As Shelby County natives, they are looking forward to helping local people find the best vehicle at the right price as well as offer exceptional service. They also have future plans for philanthropic projects and put money back into their community.
For more information, please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at (936) 598-3682 or www.shelbycountychamber.com.
The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors along with Shana Brittain, owner of Southern Seasons, will welcome Chamber members and the public to a Business After Hours event on Thursday, April 5th, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at 214 Austin Street.
A representative from Consuela Bags will be there for a Trunk Show!!. Consuela Bags is a Texas based company with headquarters in Austin. Their “motto” is “Designing Products for Fab Babes who love to Look Good, Laugh, Lift the World and Live in Color.” The bags are colorful and fun and come in a variety of styles such as Cross Bodies, Classic Totes, Market Totes, Shopper Totes, Zipper Totes and Grande Totes.
Southern Seasons is destination shopping with luxury home décor, gifts, gourmet foods, chocolates, garden art with a full floral shop. Wedding shower and house warming selections are welcome.
Mark your calendar and plan on attending!!
For more information please contact the Chamber at 936-598-3682 or email@example.com
Friends of the Library are asking for donations of used paperback and hardback books in good condition. No encyclopedias, please. Books may be brought to the Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library during regular library hours. The books will be sold in the spring book sale to be held Tuesday, April 24-April 28, 2018. All proceeds will go to the library for the purchase of new books. Any volunteers who can help with sorting of books may call Melba at 936-591-7036 or Amy at 936-657-8529.
Woodmen Life Chapter 250 will hold their monthly meeting on Monday, March 19th 6:00pm in the banquet room at Sombreros’s Bar & Grill. Members will enjoy fellowship and an awards banquet will be help. All members and anyone interested in learning more about Woodmen Life are invited to attend.
The Easter Bunny is arriving in Center a little early this year. Several of our local businesses are participating in an Easter Promotion. Make a purchase at any one of the businesses listed below and not only receive an Egg with a special discount inside, but you will also be eligible to win the large Easter basket with gifts from all the participating businesses. By making a purchase at more than one of the participating businesses, the more opportunities you will have to win the Grand Prize Gift Basket. The Easter Promotion will run from March 20th thru March 31st.
The participating businesses are: Center Floral, COR Boutique, Hughes Florist and Gifts, John C. Rogers Coffee Shop, Lasting Impressions, Mooney’s Emporium, Payne & Payne Home N’Suchlike, Sassy Red’s, Southern Seasons and Vision Source.
For more information contact the Chamber of Commerce at 598-3682 or at one of the participating businesses.
Cedar Grove and Friendship Baptist Church Families invite you out this Sunday, March 18th, 2018 at 2 p.m. for Special Guest Reverend Orvin Garrett.
The Easter Bunny visited Focused Care of Center today 3-16-18 at 1 p.m.
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Huxley Helping Hands Food Pantry March 17, 2017 at Hillcrest Baptist Church at 9 a.m. until gone. One box per house hold . Must show ID
Dr. Dixon Golden has been in business for 40 years now. Today 3-16-18 the public gathered to honor Dr. Golden on a 40 years well spent, helping others to see.
Even the cookies had a stylish glasses shaped theme.
Shelby Savings Bank cooked hot dogs and fries for the event.
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The Center New Life Church will have a glow in the dark Easter celebration on Friday March 30th at 6:30 p.m.
It's that time again...our Annual Easter Celebration with an Exciting Twist this year! Through Music, Drama, Activities, Food and A GLOW-IN-THE-DARK EGG HUNT we will illustrate how It ALL began on the darkest night ever... the night Jesus died to pay our price. How He defeated death and rose again...that HE IS the LIGHT of the World and the REASON we celebrate Easter! Spoiler alert: HE is ALIVE!
We hope you will join us for this exciting event!! Come LIGHT the NIGHT with us and SHINE BRIGHT! Friday, March 30th
The Timpson Volunteer Fire Department office elections were held Tuesday, March 13th. Tuffy Green Fire Chief, Corey Green Assistant Chief, Talitha Green Secretary, Pete Andrews Treasurer, James Higgins Training Officer, Captains are Andy Terry, Nathan Ramsey, Marty Mikesh, Frank Chimney and Zach Short.
The San Augustine County Chamber of Commerece will have a membership meeting on Tuesday, March 20th. The special guest speaker will be Captin Tom Jenkins, the business of the month is Center Glass. R&D Valero will be serving hamburger steak, mashed potatoes with gravy and mixed veggies.
Center Christian Fellowship will have their annual Easter egg hunt on Sunday March 25th. Service starts at 10:30 with egg hunt to follow. Bring your baskets.
The Piney Woods Photographic Society are meeting on Saturday, March 17th at the Center First United Methodist Church. The challenge this month is PETS and their workshop is on shooting reflections with Jan Carter. 9:00 - 12:00.
The Center varsity baseball team won Tuesday's away game against Henderson (TX) by a score of 7-0.
The Shelby County Senior Nutrition Site will have a all you can eat breakfast fundraiser on Saturday April 21st, 2018 from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Passover and Easter Celebration at the Mt. Herman Missionary Baptist Church March 26th - 28th at 7 p.m.
If you plan to attend the free passover meal on Monday 26th, 2018 you do need to call in advance.
Call: 936-332-0267 or 903-293-3860.
The Logansport Chamber of Commerce’s Sand Bass Tournament is an annual event for the Town of Logansport. The tournament is held on the Sabine River at the beginning of The Toledo Bend Reservoir.
The Tournament will be held on Saturday March 17th, 2018.
19 years ago, on March 24, 1999 NATO launched an air campaign called Operation Allied Force to halt the humanitarian devastation that was then unfolding in the European country of Kosovo. The decision to intervene followed more than a year of fighting within the province and the failure of international efforts to resolve the conflict by diplomatic means.
NATO announced the suspension of the air campaign on June 10, 1999 once it had concluded a military technical agreement with the federal republic of Yugoslavia.
NATO casualties were light and the alliance suffered no fatalities as a result of
VFW Post 8904 and the Auxiliary will conduct a wreath laying ceremony in honor of those who served in the Kosovo War at the Veteran’s Memorial on the grounds of the Historic Courthouse in Center on Friday, March 23rd at 10:00 a.m. As always the public is invited to honor their fellow Americans.
The Center varsity baseball team has an away game at Henderson (TX) today 3-13-18 at 7 p.m.
The Center game will be covered live on KQBB 100.5 FM.
The Tenaha varsity baseball team has an away game at Martinsville (TX) on Friday, March 16th.
The San Augustine varsity baseball team has an away game at Colmesneil (TX) on Friday, March 16 at 6 p.m.
The Garrison varsity baseball team has a home game vs. Pollok Central (Pollok, TX) today 3-13-18 at 6 p.m.
The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 11th Annual Health and Fitness Fair, Presented by Cline Family Medicine, Thursday, March 22 at the Windham Civic Center from 9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Gold Sponsors Focused Care of Center, Hope Community Medicine and Nacogdoches Medical Center also helped in making the event a success.
A Scavenger Hunt will be held again with three random drawings for the chance to win a 32” Flat Screen TV, a Fitness Gift Basket full of great fitness accessories and an Instapot. Attendees and vendors are invited to participate in finding items throughout the fair.
Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center will be on site with a blood mobile taking donations, to sign up to donate please contact Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at 936-598-3682.
The fair will host break out session speakers from, CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial, Dr. Ilyas H. Khan at 10:30 a.m. and Carolyn Johnson with Affinity Hospice at 1:30 p.m.
Dr. Ilyas H. Khan, M.D., FACC is an interventional cardiologist with the Heart Institute of East Texas. His topic will be Diabetes & Heart Disease. Dr. Khan has a practice in Center, TX located at 233 Hurst Street.
Carolyn Johnson, C.D.P, is a Hospice Specialist with Affinity Hospice located in Center, TX. In her informative and interactive discussion, Ms. Johnson will cover the emotional, financial, physical and spiritual needs of families dealing with a life limiting illness. She will touch on the importance of being prepared with documents such as Power of Attorney, Advance Directives and/or DNR. Healthcare and handling the aging population is Carolyn’s specialty. She is extremely involved in every aspect of the communities she serves.
The fair is free to the public featuring over 30 vendors with give aways and door prizes. Vendors will be providing health screenings which include glucose, cholesterol, spinal screenings, heart awareness, bone density and vision, plus much more!! Teresa’s Tumblers will be performing at 11:00am
For more information please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at
(936) 598-3682, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.shelbycountychamber.com.
The Golden Harvest Ministries Club will meet Monday March 19th, 2018 in the Fellowship Hall of the First Baptist Church at 11:30 AM. The program will be presented by Matthew Mettauer concerning the upcoming school bond election. The program should be very informative and of interest to all.
Visitors are always welcome to join us for a delicious covered dish luncheon, a good program and time of fellowship.
The James Antioch Community will have their monthly meeting on Sat. March 17, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. at the James Antioch Community Building just off HWY 7 East. We will have plenty of Chicken Gumbo but you may want to bring a dessert or salad to complete our meal. Please come and have a good time with your neighbors.
First United Methodist Church in Center will be hosting a Easter Egg-stravaganza on Sunday, March 25th from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
There will be multiple activities including a photo both, bouncy horse race, bouncy house, horseshoes, egg toss, yard bowling, and much more!
Congratulations to Dr. Dixon Golden and the staff at Golden Eye Clinic on Celebrating 40 Years of Providing exceptional eye care to our community and East Texas!
Come Celebrate on Friday, March 16th at the Clinic from 11am - 1pm!
The Young Professionals Network invites you to "Wing It" on March 22nd from 5-8 at the Center Country Club.
Center Christian Academy's Bunny & Breakfast will be held on Saturday, March 24th from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. at the John D. Windham Civic Center.
Tickets are $15 each or a table of 8 for $150. Tickets can be purchased at Center Christian Academy, Dazzle Me Pink and Blue, Hughes Florist, and Payne & Payne Home and Suchlike.
For more information call: 598-7156.
Come see us here at Town & Country Real Estate on Good Friday, March 30 from 2-4. Rain or Shine! Bring your cameras and take pictures of your little ones with the Easter Bunny!! Can't wait to see everyone!
Center Roughriders Defeats Tatum In A Blow-Out Victory
Center Roughriders coasted to an easy victory over Tatum 13-2 on Tuesday
In the first inning, Center Roughriders got their offense started. Center Roughriders scored one run when Juan Gonzalez singled.
Center Roughriders put up four runs in the sixth inning. Center Roughriders big bats were led by Jaxon Covington, Clay Snider, Dalton Alexander, and Christian Lee, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.
Covington pitched Center Roughriders to victory. He went four innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out ten. Snider threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Hunter Foster took the loss for Tatum. He went two innings, allowing five runs on three hits and striking out two.
Center Roughriders collected ten hits. Gonzalez, Snider, Covington, and Tyler Fountain each collected multiple hits for Center Roughriders . Gonzalez led Center Roughriders with three hits in five at bats. Center Roughriders stole 12 bases during the game as five players stole more than one. Zacc Smith led the way with four.
Colton Vandre went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Tatum in hits.
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Big Second Inning Propels Center Riders JV Win Over Tatum
Center Riders JV defeated Tatum 10-2 on Tuesday thanks to a timely six runs in a big second inning. The offensive onslaught came from an error on a ball put in play by Tyler Herndon, Bryce Cockrell, and Malik Patton, a single by Dayton Bush, and a double by Josh Clinton.
Center Riders JV got things started in the first inning. Patton singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.
Center Riders JV scored six runs in the second inning. Center Riders JV put the pressure on, lead by an error on a ball put in play by Herndon, Cockrell, and Patton, a single by Bush, and a double by Clinton.
Kutter Milford took the win for Center Riders JV. He surrendered zero runs on one hit over two innings, striking out three. Clinton and Patton entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
Friend took the loss for Tatum. He went two innings, allowing eight runs on five hits and striking out three.
Center Riders JV tallied seven hits on the day. Clinton and Patton each collected multiple hits for Center Riders JV. Patton and Clinton all had two hits to lead Center Riders JV. Center Riders JV tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Brayden Strong led the way with two.
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Shelbyville ISD is Sold Out of Pre-Sale Tickets at Shelbyville High School. You may purchase tickets online or at the Alamo Dome.
It’s a free Movie in the Park, sponsored by Farmers State Bank. That’s right, Thursday, March 22nd, grab your favorite blanket, chairs and drinks and bring the family out for a double feature on the big screen. “Sandlot” begins at 7:15pm, followed by an 9:15 showing of “E.T.”. This free event is open to the public and Farmers State Bank invites everyone to come enjoy the movies and free popcorn. Proudly serving East Texas since 1904!
Center, Shelbyville, Carthage and Joaquin. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender. fsbctx.bank.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month! Join in on Tuesday April 3rd at 4:00 at the Downtown Square in Center for the annual Shelby County Children's Advocacy Center butterfly release to honor child victims and stand together in the fight against child abuse. During April blue ribbons will be available for purchase at local florists in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Let’s take a stand together as a community against child abuse.
The 11th Annual Health and Fitness Fair, Presented by Cline Family Medicine, is just a few weeks away. There are still a few appointment times available for a mammogram. Contact the Daphne at the AgriLife Extension Offices at 598-7744.
Gulf Coast Regional Bloodmobile will also be available at the Health Fair for blood donations between 9am and 1:30pm. To schedule a time to donate blood, please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce offices at 598-3682. Donate blood and help save lives!!
The Health Fair will be held on March 22nd at the Windham Civic Center from 9:00am – 2:30pm. There will be numerous screenings available, lots of vendors and health information available and door prizes. Participate in the Scavenger Hunt and have a chance to win a Fitness Basket, an Insta-Pot or a 32-inch Flat Screen TV.
For more information, contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at 598-3682.
Focused Care of Center will be Hosting their Annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Center Mini Park on Friday March 30th at 2:00 pm. This year there will be four prize winning “Gold Bunny’s” hidden amongst the over 2,000 Candy and Treat stuffed Easter eggs. For more information please call A’Leena or LaKandra at (936)598-2483
Patroon Baptist Church will be holding its second annual indoor garage sale this Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10, from 7 am to 2 pm each day. Come rain or shine. Everything will be priced to sell. We have furniture, housewares, baby items, toys, clothes and much, much more. If you need it, we probably have it! Follow our Facebook page for sneak peeks throughout this week by searching Patroon Baptist Church. All proceeds will benefit our youth fund.
Hope Community is offering a Grief Support Group every Tuesday night at 6:00 pm at 325 Tenaha Street located in the portable building. No cost to attend but please call 936-591-8380 to register.
The Healthcare committee of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 11th Annual Health and Fitness Fair, Thursday, March 22 at the Windham Civic Center from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. The fair is free to the public and will feature over 30 vendors with give aways and door prizes. Cline Family Medicine is the Presenting Sponsor of this year’s event along with Gold sponsors, Focused Care of Center, Hope Community Medicine and Nacogdoches Medical Center. Vendors will be providing health screening which include glucose, cholesterol, spinal screenings, heart awareness, bone density and vision. Information will be provided on fitness, healthy eating with food demonstrations, massage therapy, teeth whitening, allergy treatments, diabetes, sleep disorders, caregiver relief and much more. Teresas Tumblers will be performing at 11:00am.
In addition, a mobile mammogram unit hosted by Trinity Mother Frances will be at the fair. All mammogram appointments must be made prior to Friday, March 24 by calling Daphne at 936-598-7744. There is a charge for the mammograms with most health insurance accepted. Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center will be on site with a blood mobile taking donations, to sign up to donate please contact Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at 936-598-3682.
The fair will host break out session speakers from, Affinity Hospice at 10:30am and CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial During the speaker sessions the vendor booths will be closed and will re-open after each session.
For more information please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at (936) 598-3682, email email@example.com or visit www.shelbycountychamber.com
On February 14, Center Garden Club enjoyed an interesting and most informative demonstration and discussion of the principles underlying various types of creative designs, including under-water and abstract designs. The program was presented by Betty Eddleman, Nell Anderson, and Pam Sykes who are both club members and National Garden Club-certified flower show judges.
Center Garden Club members enjoyed packaging and delivering special Valentine’s Day greetings to all Center nursing home and assisted living residents.
Pictured preparing the treats are Cindy Brown, Robbie Kerr (Chair), Carolyn Bounds, and Cherry Jones.
This week Center Garden Club recognizes an early harbinger of spring, the spectacular pastel pink-white tulip tree (a member of the Magnolia family)which has been in full bloom since mid-February on the front lawn of 210 Field Street, the lovely home of Shirley and Jimmy Andrews. According to Mr. Andrews, the tree is more than 29 years old as it was in place when they purchased the house in 1989. Those who saw this tree in its prime, laden with delicate blossoms, certainly experienced a wonder of nature!
The Center Roughriders lose to Dallas Carter Friday night. 56-45
The Tenaha varsity basketball team lost Friday's game against Grapeland (TX) by a score of 55-53.
In the Dragon's Lair
The Shelbyville varsity basketball team won Saturday's game against Grapeland (TX) by a score of 54-40.
The William Carroll Crawford Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas will meet Saturday, March 10, at 10:00 AM at the Sam Samford Lodge in Center. We will continue our celebration of Texas History Month. Hope to see you. For questions call Maggie at 936-248-3361.
“Dress to impress,” you say? It’s more like, “This dress will impress!”
Sylvie Facon uses unconventional materials and a unique perspective to design dresses that appear to jump off the pages of a fairy tale.
Holiday Nursing and Rehab will be holding their annual Easter EGG-stravaganza on March 30th, 2018 at 11 am. Bring Easter baskets and appetites! We will have an egg hunt and serve hot dogs, chips and drinks free of charge! Come on out and join us!
Until then, we are accepting donations of filled or empty Easter eggs and lots of CANDY!
Panola College Rodeo team regained its lead in the Southern Region standings February 23-24 in Robstown, TX. The Texas A&M- Kingsville hosted rodeo proved to be very important for a lot of individuals fighting for their shot at qualifying for the CNFR. The following individuals helped their team to regain its lead:
Logan Cook started things off right in the Calf Roping with a 8.8 seconds, topping the rest of the field by three tenths of a second. Coach Collins said “That was an amazing run and he made it look so effortless, just awesome to see him do that”. The win helped Cook to move to 2nd place in the standings and help insure himself a qualification to the CNFR. Logan didn’t stop there; he also placed in the Team Roping along with his partner Colton Johnson. The pair teamed up and completed their run in 7.5 seconds, well enough time for a 6th place finish. The most important part of that run was it moves both Logan and Colton in the top ten in the region, and with three rodeo’s left to go leaves plenty of time to qualify for their first CNFR in the Team Roping.
Travis Chapman won 2nd place in the Bareback Riding. Travis drew a horse he knew really well and was able to make an excellent spur ride and score 76 points. He is the number 2 man in the region and well within striking distance of being the number one man. Coach Collins says” Travis is very talented young man with a lot of grit and try. He will be a huge hitter for us at the CNFR. I do expect Travis to win the region and be a contender for the National Championship in Casper.”
Two Bull Riders came out with valuable points at Robstown. Koby Radley and Ross Freeman, both freshman, did an amazing job of just riding there bulls. Ross scored a 78 point ride for a 3rd place finish while Koby scored 73 for a 6th place finish. The two are both seated in the top ten, Koby is in 2nd place and Ross at 7th. Koby has been in the lead a good part of the season and is right on the heels of the number one man, Ross just cracked into the top ten and with a strong finish, both will be expecting their first CNFR qualification. Collins said “Ross and Koby are not only great college rodeo athletes, but compete and win on the pro rodeo circuit as well. These two young men are very mentally mature athletes with huge goals and expectations of themselves. They are a great asset to this team and I expect them to achieve all they are set out to do. Watch for these young men, you will be hearing a lot about them.”
Logan Cook also competes in the Saddle Bronco Riding, although this was an off weekend and he did not receive points in that event, he remains way out in front of the men’s All-Around race. In rodeo an All-Around hand is a cowboy that competes in two or more events, Logan does three. Logan is number 2 in Calf Roping, number 2 in Saddle Bronco, and number 7 in the Team Roping, and number one in the All-Around. Coach says” I believe Logan has the talent and drive to win National Titles in more than one event, he has really matured mentally in the last year. His work ethic and discipline has caught another gear. That’s exciting to watch an athlete compete in that manner. I think it’s going to be a great CNFR for him and us as well.”
The Rodeo Team will travel to Bryan for the 8th rodeo of the 10 in the Southern Region on March 16-17.
There is going to be a full moon tonight 3-2-18. Here is a photo from last night 3-1-18.
The Fighting with Faith Benifit will be held on Saturday April 7th, 2018 at 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at NAPA Auto Parts located at 797 Hurst St, Center, Texas.
Terrie Shelton Shields was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer on Jan 13. She is an amazing woman who needs our help throughout her journey.
John, Macy and Misty Bush Foundation Talent Show has been cancelled.
We would like to say congratulations to Jada Jacobs, who is currently in 7th grade at Excelsior School. She competed against 22 other schools in the talent division at the State Beta Convention in Grapevine, TX. She placed 3rd and qualifies to attend the National Beta Convention which will be held in Savannah, Georgia.
Two Panola College art students were among the winners at the University of Texas at Tyler Art Symposium on Friday, Feb. 23. Sheli Caserta of Beckville and Morgan Ray of Center won scholarships in the juried art exhibit, which showcases student art from regional colleges and universities.
Caserta’s ceramic bust sculpture earned her recognition and the scholarship, while Ray’s winning entry was an acrylic painting of a longhorn.
“Panola art students were so excited to participate in this year’s Art Symposium,” said Amanda Clements, Panola College art professor. “Three students entered three artworks each for a total of nine works submitted for the scholarship competition.”
The day’s events included the juried exhibition, a tour of the UT Tyler Art complex, participation in discussions in the graduates’ gallery, and an opportunity to view and discuss art work from other competing colleges.
“One of the things the students enjoyed most was the Raku demonstration,” Clements said. “Raku is an ancient traditional Japanese pottery firing technique. This was a great experience for our art students.”
Sheli Caserta won a scholarship for her ceramic sculpture.
Morgan Ray won a scholarship for her acrylic painting of a longhorn.
The Thompson Brothers will be on the Bobby Jones Presents Gospel show for new artist. The show will air on Saturday, March 3, 2018 and Sunday, March 4, 2018 on Direct TV channel 380 and Dish channel 268 at 1:00 p.m.