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Carson & Barnes Circus


 

Carson & Barnes Circus is proud to present the World Debut of Circus Saurus!  Come see the dinosaurs come alive in the Circus as we embark on an adventure of a lifetime. Not only will you be amazed by daredevils on the Wheel of Destiny, you will laugh at our merry maker of mirth and sit in awe as the Aerial Artists soar to new heights at the apex of the Big Top!
 
With the dawn of a new day comes a new era under THE CIRCUS BIG TOP and those that were once extinct will re-emerge once again right before your eyes. Experience first hand the giants of today’s world and the enormous creatures from the past. As we take you back millions of years, the circus Big Top will come alive with powerful Dinosaurs and the legendary Wooly Mammoth. For the first time anywhere Tyrannosauruses, Deinoychus, Wooly Mammoth and Asian Elephants will come together to enchant and captivate hearts of all ages.
 
Dinosaurs will come alive right before your eyes and will once again shake the ground we walk on. Our trio of Deinoychus: Rumble, Rascal and Rebel will transport you back in time and show you just why dinosaurs ruled the land. Witness the miraculous dawn of a baby Tyrannosaurus as it emerges from its gigantic egg. Mother Marley, with her maternal instinct will prove that no one messes with the powerful Baby T-Rex – Speckles. Dinosaurs are not the only extinct creatures you will see, but our journey will also allow you to meet Miller the Wooly Mammoth. This historic legend will captivate you and leave you in awe.
 
The extinct giants of the past and the endangered Asian elephants of today clash under the Big Top in this high thrilling adventure. Do not miss this opportunity! All of these enormous creatures in one location… and once it is gone it too will be extinct…There is nothing more rewarding than watching the glow in the eyes of children who are witnessing circus magic for the first time. Don’t miss the premiere production of CircusSaurus!
 
There will only be two performances on Wed October 18th – 4:30 & 7:30PM.  At the  Shelby County Sheriff's Posse Rodeo Arena in Center, Texas.  Purchase discount tickets in advance. 
 
Discount Tickets are available online at www.bigtopshow.com.  For more information call 580-743-7292.
 
 

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Shelbyville Drill Team


 

 
On October 7, 2017 the Shelbyville Dragon Drill Team members had the opportunity to travel to Kilgore, Texas to perform alongside 675 drill team members from various schools and the world famous Kilgore Rangerettes.
 
 
Captain Madison Taylor said, “I loved getting to experience this with my fellow drill team members. It was awesome!” This was Shelbyville’s second time going to this event., “As I watched the Rangerettes, I told myself I need to keep my hopes high, and my kicks higher.”, said Lieutenant Yadira Reyes.
 
 
 
Junior Jasmine Osby said, “Best experience ever, looking forward to next year and maybe my kicks will be as high as the Rangerettes.”
 
 
 
Freshmen Maisey Swindle said, “It was a very memorable experience.” The drill team would like to thank Coast 2 Coast Productions and the Kilgore Rangerettes for letting them be a part of an unforgettable experience. 
 
 
 
 

 

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29th Annual Chicken Dressing Dinner


 

Newburn Chapter No. 1135 Order of the Eastern Star 29th Annual Chicken Dressing Dinner will be held on Friday, October 27, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church Fellowship hall in Center, TX 217 Cora Street. 
 
DONATION IS $6.00 PER PERSON. 
 
Dine in or Take-out for more information call 936-254-2003.
 

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Shelbyville Hill Fest


 

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Shelby County Cruisers to Visit Holiday Nursing Center


 

The Cruisers will be taking their cars/trucks to Holiday Nursing Center, Thursday, Oct. 19th at 5 p.m. this is also Holiday Nursing Center’s Chili cook off. Hope to see you there.

 

 

 
 

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Praise 2017 Update


 

 

 

 

 

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A A Meetings in Center


 

A A meetings at the Church of Christ in Center located at 110 Hurst Street weekly Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 6:30 p.m.

 

 

 
 

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Don Wall Coaches Show Tonight on KQBB 100.5 FM 7 PM - 9 PM


 

 

 

 

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Hallelujah Night


 

Get ready for food, fun, fellowship and games because October 31st is Hallelujah Night at Center Christian Fellowship.  It is a community wide event.   This year the night of excitement will begin at 6:00 p.m. and be over at 8:30 p.m.  You will need to be there at 6:00 p.m. to enter the costume contest.  It is a Christian alternative to what the world calls “Halloween”. It’s free, free, free!  Everyone is invited to come and enjoy!   Every child that comes will win lots of candy and prizes by playing the various games we offer.
 
This night of excitement will take place at Center Christian Fellowship located at 2471 U.S. Highway 96 North in Center, Texas.  We would love for you to come. There will be games, bounce houses, an obstacle course, hayrides, face painting, cake walk, etc.  There will be snow cones, fried Oreos, hot dogs, popcorn and more.   
 
 

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Fannie Brown Booth Library Book Sale


 

The Fannie Brown Booth Library’s fall book sale will begin Tuesday, October 24th, and will continue through Saturday, October 28th during regular library hours.  Also, there will be no Preschool Story Time for the next two weeks.  We will start up again on November 2nd at 10:30 am.

 
 

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Shelby County Bass Anglers Final Meeting of the Year


 

The Shelby County Bass Anglers will hold the final meeting of the 2017 season Tuesday Oct 17th @7pm at the residence of Jason Wells, SCBA President. All the yearly points have been totaled and the the top teams will battle it out in the two day Norris Askew Classic Championship which will be held Saturday on Sam Rayburn and Sunday on Toledo Bend. In addition to the championship, there will be a Calcutta auction at the meeting with each team being sold to the highest bidder. The money raised in the auction will be kept separate and will payout 100% to the winning three bidders. The championship payout will also payout three places to the teams with the most accumulative weight for both days combined.
 
The public is invited to attend this auction , so bring a lawn chair and come join in on the fun and excitement.
 
The annual  SCBA awards banquet is slated for Thursday January 17, 2018 at the Windham Civic Center.

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Excelsior Halloween Carnival


 

Excelsior Halloween Carnival October 21, 2017  6:00 - 9:00 in the Excelsior gym.  Food, games, cake walk, take a chance.  Halloween costume contest will be at 7:00 in the library, cost to enter the contest is $1.00.
 
 

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Historical Society Meeting


 

The Shelby County Historical Society will hold its monthly meeting on October 17th at 2 p.m. in the Shelby County Museum on Pecan Street in Center.  Special guest speaker will be Larry Hume VFW Post 8904 Quarter Master who will be talking about WWI.  
 
 

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Football Schedules:


 

 
In Riderland
The Center Roughriders will play the Carthage Bulldogs a Home Game this Friday at 7:30 p.m. This game will be covered live on KDET 930 AM radio, and KXXE 92.5 FM, with Chris Watlington and Rob Payne.
 
In Ram Country
The Joaquin Rams will play the Shelbyville Dragons this Friday at 7:30 an away game. This is also the game of the week with Don Wall on KQBB 100.5 FM.  
 
In the Bear's Den
The Timpson Bears will play Grapeland a home game at 7:00 p.m. on Friday.
 
In Tigerland
The Tenaha Tigers will play Wortham at 7:00 p.m. this Friday in Tenaha.
 
In the Dog House
The Garrison Bulldogs will play Newton at Newton at 7:30 p.m. this Friday.
 
Across the River
In Logansport the Logansport Tigers will play Block in Block at 7:00 p.m. this Friday.
 
 

 

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WOMEN IN SERVICE OBSERVANCE


 

Women in the military have a history that extends over 400 years into the
past throughout a large number of cultures and nations.  World Wars I and II
saw over 362,000 American women serving during war time.  As of July 2016
women made up 14.6% of the US military and their role has changed
significantly over the years from clerical duties to ground combat soldiers
to fighter pilots.  
 
Shelby County Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8904 and the Auxiliary
will honor the service and sacrifice of all women veterans at the Veterans
Memorial on the grounds of the Historic Courthouse on Wednesday, October
18th at 10:00 a.m.  
 
We would like to recognize the service of Shelby County female military
members and veterans at this program.  If you are currently serving or have
served our country in the military, please call post quartermaster Larry
Hume at 598-2976 or email chief@chiefimaging.com
Family members are also encouraged to submit names to be recognized. 
As always the public is invited.

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Jim Barrett to Speak on DeedMapper at TAGHS October Meeting


 

Genealogical research is addictive. Step One is always “Who were my ancestors?” Solving that puzzle frequently leads to Step Two: “Where did they live?” Answering that question usually proves harder than learning who they were. DeedMapper Software can help. Jim Barrett, who has used DeedMapper, will speak to the Timpson Genealogical and Heritage Society on Wednesday, October 18 at 2PM about DeedMapper.
 
Trying find out who owned a parcel of land in 1831 usually entails spending hours poring over dusty records in county offices. However, as more and more of these records are being digitized, visiting these offices may not be necessary. That doesn't mean the research is easy though. This is where the value of DeedMapper lies. As their website says, DeedMapper “is for anyone who's interested in platting those old land patents, grants, and deeds, and placing them on a modern map.”  Those who want to know more about DeedMapper are invited to see Mr. Barrett demonstrate its use next Wednesday in the Meeting Room of the Timpson Public Library, located on the corner of Austin and Bremond Streets in downtown Timpson.

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Movie Night at Portacool Park


 

The Farmers State Bank will host a movie night in the park.  They will be playing a double feature at the Center Portacool Park on Halloween Night Tuesday, October 31st.  Starting at 6:30 p.m. with Hocus Pocus followed by an 8:30 showing of The Others.  The event is free to everyone and there will be free popcorn.  So bring a blanket and dress warm.
 
 
 

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Blood Drive at First Baptist Church


 

First Baptist Church - Center will be hosting a Blood Drive
 
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
 
10:00 am - 2:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall
 
Contact Teresa @ (936) 598 - 5605 to schedule an appointment.
 
EAT, DRINK, & BRING I.D.
 
 

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Football Scores


 

 
Center 40
Chapel Hill 28
 
Shelbyville 7
San Augustine 48
 
Joaquin 35
Alto 20
 
Timpson 36
Wortham 6
 
Tenaha 66
Kipp North East Academy 6
 
Kilgor 20
Carthage 50
 
Marshall 40
Mt. Pleasant 0
 
Logansport 49
University Academy 0
 
Arp 20
Beckville 10
 
Waskom 30
Elysian Fields 27
 
Garrison 49
Frankston 0
 
Carlisle 57
Cushing 33
 
Grapeland 40
Overton 24
 
Bullard 41
Palestine 20
 
Jacksonville 24
Corsicana 34
 
Rusk 28
Jasper 35
 
Pine Tree 28
Greenville 35
 
Jefferson 63
New Boston 0
 

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Annual Ushers Day Program


 

The Sweet Union Missionary Baptist Church of Garrison would like to invite everyone to their Annual Usher Day program on Sunday October 22, at 3 p.m. Rev. Lynn Morris Pastor the New Hope CME Church in Timpson, will be the guest speaker.  

 

 

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Scare Tactics Undead


 

Scare Tactics Undead will be held at the New Life Church in Center 10-29 at 6p.m. and 10-30 through 11-2 at 7 p.m.

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Fall Festival Strong Triumph Church


 

 

 

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24th Annual "Ghosts of the Past"


 

 
 
On Saturday, October 28, Mansfield State Historic Site will re-create the gruesome aftermath of a Civil War battle by taking visitors on a special night tour of the Mansfield battlefield.  Authentically costumed tour guides will take visitors onto the battlefield by candle lantern, where re-enactors in period dress will act out various scenes at stops along the trail.  Tours will last about 25 minutes, and will be ongoing during the program’s two-hour run.
 
“This is one of our most popular events,” says Park Manager Scott Dearman.  “While the program is definitely ‘spooky,’ it is also educational in that it shows the public how truly horrific the aftermath of a Civil War battle could be.”  Dearman points out the grim work didn’t stop after the sun set.  “Surgeons were operating and amputating by candlelight, soldiers were being buried, and perhaps most tragically, wives, daughters and sons were searching the battlefield by lantern, looking for their loved ones.”
 
Visitors may even experience something “ghostly” while on the tour.  “Civil War battlefields are considered some of the most haunted places in America,” says Dearman.  But he points out that explaining the real horror that took place over 150 years ago is hard enough.  “That’s why making the scenes as realistic as possible is important.  It shows the aftermath of war is far from glorious.”
 
The program will run ongoing from 7:30 - 9:30 pm, with the last tour departing at 9:15 pm.  Special Event admission is $5.00 per person, all ages.  Parents should know that some of the program’s content may be too intense for small children.
 
Mansfield State Historic Site is located on State Highway 175, three miles south of Mansfield.  For more information, call 318.872.1474 or 888.677.6267, or visit www.facebook.com/MansfieldSHS .
 

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5th Annual Taste of the Holidays


 

The 5th Annual Taste of the Holidays, hosted by Shelby County Chamber of Commerce
Ambassadors and presented by Shelby Savings Bank, will be held on Friday, November
3 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Windham Civic Center.
 
Gold sponsors for the event are Specter, Inc. and Sabine State Bank.  Tickets will
go on sale Monday, October 23 through Wednesday, November 1.  Tickets are $25 per
person which will cover both admission costs to the Taste of the Holidays and the
Pinecone and Mistletoe Christmas Market for two days.
 
The William Carroll Crawford Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas is
hosting the Pinecone and Mistletoe Christmas Market Shopping Extravaganza that showcases
Christmas décor and holiday artisan gifts on Friday, November 3 from 10:00 a.m. 
to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, November 4 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Windham
Civic Center.

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The Relay For Life of Shelby County


 

The Relay For Life of Shelby County is holding their first ever Color of Hope 5K Color Run on Saturday, October 28th. 
 
Date:  Saturday, Oct 28 (registration at 8:00am with the race starting at 9:00am) (I've attached our flyer)
 
Where:  Starting at the Windham Civic Center using the same course as the 5K Chicken run and Watermelon Festival Run
 
People can register at http://www.active.com/ or they can turn in a paper form.
 
Registration fees:  $40 for 13 years old and older; $20 for age 6 to 12; free for age 5 and under
 
Many different Sponsorships available: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pleasant Grove Fall Festival


 

 

 

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Tune into our Stations Tonight for Football


 

 

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Shelbyville Cross Country Results


 

 
District Cross Country Results:
 
The District 22 Cross Country Meet was held Oct. 11, in Summerfield TX. The
following Shelbyville High School students are advancing to the Regional
Meet which will be held  Oct. 23, 2017 in Huntsville, TX.
 
*Keanna Osby *- *DISTRICT CHAMPION!  SIX-PEAT!!! *(She has been the
District Champion for 6 Years in a row, since the 7th grade)
 
*H'leighen Mcclelland *- *DISTRICT CHAMPION!*
 
*Ladarious Coleman *- 2nd Place Finisher
 
*Kenzie Murry *- 9th Place Finisher
 
*Boys Team *- Advancing to Regionals!  H'leighen Mcclelland, Ladarious
Coleman, Kurtrick Allen, Jorge Hernandez, Logan Williams
 
 
 
Middle School Results:
 
Shelbyville Middle School students competed in the Cross Country  District
Championships, at New Summerfield Oct. 11, 2017
 
Kate Lawson  3rd Place
 
Keanna Bennett  6th Place
 
Jakory Standley  5th Place
 
Talarrian Lister 10th Place
 
The girls team was Kate Lawson, Kiana Bennett, Yadhira Anaya, Giselle
Hernandez, Kendall Murry, McKenzie Lyons, Ava Silva, Gracie Leach, Kara
Jones, Aubree Camp, and Gracie Slocum.  The girls finished in 4th Place
Overall
 
The boys team was Kakory Standley, Cooper Bice, Talarrian Lister, Vincent
Martinez, Naythen Bloodgood, Jimmy Bolger, and Michael Carrillo.  The boys
team  finished 4th overall
 

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WhataBurger Donates to Shelbyville Danceline


 

Join Shelbyville Danceline tonight at WhataBurger in Center  From 5pm-8 pm, 25% of sales will be donated to Shelbyville Dance line. Dine-in or Drive-thru Thank you for your support!
 
 

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Fannie Brown Booth Library is Getting Ready for their Booksale


 

 

 

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Shelbyville Shot Clinic


 

 

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Truck Pull Fundraiser


 

The Schedule is set and no longer pending.

 

 

Gibsons is excited to kick off the 2017 Truck Pull benefitting the Shelby County Children's Advocacy Center.  It will be held Saturday, October 28, 2017 at FL Moffett Drive at 9 a.m.
 
Gibsons is currently taking registrations for the 2017 Truck Pull teams.  Businesses, Organizations and Individuals are invited to put together their teams of 8-10 members at $10 per person, or if you would prefer to make donations those will be excepted as well.  All the money raised will go toward the SCCAC with Gibsons matching 100%.
 
SCCAC is an very important part of our community.  There are over 800 reports of child abuse in Shelby County each year and the SCCAC provides a voice for these children so that they may recover from abuse.
 
SCCAC works with both the CPS, Law Enforcement and the District Attorney's offices to ensure that these children receive the justice that they deserve.
 
Please join in and help support our children and community.
 
 

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Story-Time at Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library


 

The Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library will have story-time today at 10:30 a.m. 

 
 
 

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Family and Friends Day at Lily of the Valley C.O.G.I.C


 

Lily of the Valley Church of God in Christ would like to invite everyone to their annual Family and Friends Day on October 22 at 3 p.m.  Special guest speaker will be Bobby Spencer Pastor of the Saints Temple Church of God in Christ in Nacogdoches, TX. 

 

 

 

 

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HUXLEY HELPING HANDS


 
HUXLEY HELPING HANDS, A LOCAL MISSION GROUP FROM THE HUXLEY COMMUNITY, ARE HOLDING A FOOD PANTRY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF SHELBY COUNTY. IT WILL BE HELD   SATURDAY  OCTOBER 14, 2017.  IDENTIFICATION & PROOF OF RESIDENCY WILL BE REQUIRED. ONLY (1) BOX PER HOUSEHOLD WILL BE GIVEN.
 
DATE: October 14,2017
 
SIGN IN STARTS AT: 9:00 A.M. UNTIL FOOD IS GONE
 
LOCATION: HILLCREST BAPTIST CHURCH
 
901 SOUTHVIEW CIRCLE, CENTER TEXAS
 
But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. Hebrews 11:6
 

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Tenaha 2017 Homecoming Activities Will Proceed As Scheduled


 

Homecoming will proceed as scheduled. Due to injuries, Mount Enterprise has to forfeit, but Kipp Northeast Academy out of Houston has agreed to fill in!  Join us for a great day of fellowship, fun, football, and Tiger Tradition. This year’s theme is “Tiger Tough, Texas Strong”!
 
There will be a Homecoming Pep Rally Friday, Oct. 13th at 10:30 in The Pit.  School will release at 11:30.  
 
Homecoming day schedule:
11:00-1:00. Senior Class Burger cook out at the fire station
1:00 PM Downtown Parade led by Grand Marshal Fannie Watson
3:00 PM. Tiger Junior High Football versus Mount Enterprise JH at RJ Stadium (the Pit)-Gate opens at 2pm
4:00 PM. Annual Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony in the TISD cafetorium
5:30 PM. Homecoming court and recognition of Hall of Honor
6:00 PM. #1 ranked in 2A Tenaha Tigers vs KIPP Northeast Academy
 
Tickets and Parking
Tickets may be purchased at the gate.  Middle School game tickets will be $3.00 for adult and $2.00 for students.  Homecoming game tickets will be $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students.  Wrist bands for both games may be purchased at the gate for $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students.  
 
The reserved parking lot will be open at 2pm.  Paid parking at the Tiger Gym will open at 3pm for $3.00 on a first come first serve basis.  Free parking lots located across from the Administration building and behind Administration building will be open at 11am.  
 
Homecoming Dance
There will be a Homecoming Dance in the cafetorium for Tenaha Students grades 7-12 immediately following the game.  All students must follow dress code.  
 
 
The 2017 Homecoming Court are from left to right:  Band Sweetheart ,Selena Mendoza, BETA Sweetheart, Ariday Hernandez Freshman Duchess ,Kamari Gray, Sophomore Duchess, Gracie Martinson, Junior Duchess ,Giselle Rico and Senior Duchess, Arlicia Roland, Football Sweetheart, Calicia Roland, FFA Sweetheart , Madison Hicks and JCC Sweetheart, Elizabeth Hernandez.
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha Class of 1962 Reunion


 

The Tenaha Class of 1962 is planning their 55th Class Reunion:
 
Saturday afternoon October 14th. Contact Lance Horton @ 936-248-2762 for information.
 
 

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Halloween Scramble


 

East Texas Open 2 Man Scrable at the Center Country Club 
 
The Halloween Scramble will be held October 28-29th.
 
 
 
To Register contact Joe Pro at 936-590-0357 or 936-598-5513.
 
Championship Entry Fee: $600
All Other Flights Entery Fee: $400
 
Friday October 27th is a Costume Party.
 
For More Information Call the Center Country Club at: 936-598-7415.
 
 
 

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Updated Football Schedules:


 

 
In Tiger Land
 
Tenaha Tigers will play Kipps North East Academy Homecoming game in Tenaha this Saturday at 6:00 p.m.
 
 
In the Bears Den
 
Timpson Bears will play Wortham an away game this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
 
 
In the Dragons Lair
 
Shelbyville Dragons will take on the San Augustine Wolfs an away game this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
 
In Riderland
 
Center Roughriders will play Chapel Hill this Friday at Chapel Hill at 7:30 p.m.
 
 
In Ram Country
 
Joaquin Rams will play Alto in away game this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
 
 
In the Dog House
 
The Garrison Bulldogs will take on Frankston at Frankston this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
 
 
Across the River
 
In Logansport the Tigers will take on University Prep this Friday at Louisiana College at 7:00 p.m.
 
 
 

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Shelby County Bass Anglers claim 3rd Straight TABC state Championship on Falcon


 

 

 

 

 

The Shelby County Bass Anglers traveled to Lake Falcon Reservoir September 30-Oct 1st to defend their back to back state championships from 2015 and 2016 against 26 of the best bass clubs in the state of Texas. A club team consists of 4 two man teams per club to represent the best Anglers from each organization. Last year, the SCBA became the only club to win back to back championships in the Texas Association of Bass Clubs state championship since the inception of the organization 40 years ago. Congratulations to the 8 team members that represented the SCBA and East Texas with their prestigious three peat of the title.
 
 
Pictures left to right: Bradley Odom, Ricky Sims, Josh Sowell, Darren Wiggins, Jacob Permenter, David Koonce, Gary Walpole, and team captain Jason Wells.
 
 

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2017 East Texas Poultry Festival Broiler Sale


 

The 2017 East Texas Poultry Festival broiler sale brought over $120,700 with the grand champion pen of broilers selling for $9,000.00.
 
Eighty-three Shelby County 4-H and FFA youth exhibited at this year's show, with 45 pens of broilers making the sale.  We would like to give special thanks to the Judge Jacob Price for taking the time to come judge the show.  Mr. Price spoke to several of the exhibitors and gave them several tips of how to grow an outstanding Broiler.
 
The Results of the show are as follows:
 
Camille Greer of Shelby County 4-H sold her grand champion pen of broilers to East Texas Poultry, Ace Hardware of East Texas and 4-C Electric for $9,000.00. 
 
Cale Hall of Center FFA won reserve champion honors with his pen of broilers, which sold to Farmer’s State Bank for $5,500.
 
Other Shelby County 4-H and FFA members selling their pens and buyers were:
 
 
3.  Klayton LaRock, Center FFA; Shelby Savings Bank, General Shelters, Hunter Buildings, Nacogdoches Bottling Company; $3,000.00 
   
4.  Zoie Eberenz, Center FFA; First Financial Bank; $2,750.00
 
5.  Addison Lloyd, Shelby County 4-H; 4-L Logging; $2,500.00 
 
6. Wesley Wages, Shelby County 4-H; Shelby Savings Bank, General Shelters, Hunter Buildings, Nacogdoches Bottling Company; $2,500.00
 
7.  Corey Smelley, Timpson FFA; Austin Bank; $2,500.00 
 
8.  Mason Perry, Center FFA; Chris Paddie State Representative; $2,800.00
   
9.  Grant Gregory, Center FFA; Tyson-Carthage; $2,500.00
 
10.  Collin Lloyd, Shelby County 4-H; Shelby Savings Bank, General Shelters, Hunter Buildings, Nacogdoches Bottling Company;  $2,600.00
 
11. Emilee Elliott, Center FFA; Borders Poultry Supply, $2,600.00
 
12. Stormie Meyers, Joaquin FFA; R&D Distributing, Fish & Still Equipment, Heritage Land Bank; $2,250.00
 
13. Logan Holloway, Center FFA; McAdams Propane; $3,000.00
 
14. Logan Speedy, Center FFA; Shelby Savings Bank, General Shelters, Hunter Buildings, Nacogdoches Bottling Company; $2,600.00
 
15. Colby Lout, Shelby County 4-H; Roughrider Tire; $2,600.00
 
16. Laura Ann Scull, Shelby County 4-H; Bird Forestry; $2,500.00
 
17. Camryn Crouch, Shelby County 4-H; Rydaco Investments, Rapid Payday and Title Loans, Title Pro., Insurance Bureau Group, and Pine Creek Farms; $3,200.00
 
18. Megan Dunn, Shelby County 4-H; Deep East Texas Electric Co-op; $2,600.00
 
19. Lance Holloway, Center FFA; McAdams Propane; $2,900.00
 
20. Trista Britt, Center FFA; Shelby County Farm Bureau; $2,400.00
 
21. Hollie Hamilton, Joaquin FFA; Tyson-Carthage; $2,000.00
 
22. Seth Shamblin, Center FFA; Pilgrim’s Pride; $2,900.00
 
23. David Barton Jr., Shelby County 4-H; Pilgrim’s Pride; $2,200.00
 
24. Brayden Britt, Center FFA; Sabine State Bank, Shelby Veterinary Associates, 96 Equipment Inc; $2,100.00
 
25.    Chandler Pritchett, Joaquin FFA; Tyson-Carthage; $2,400.00
  
26.    Alec Dykes, Shelby County 4-H; Tyson-Nacogdoches; $2,300.00 
 
 27.    Kaden LaRock, Center FFA; Hawkeye Hunting Club; $2,100.00 
 
 28.    Rylan Barbee, Shelby County 4-H; Chris Paddie, State Representative; $2,100.00
 
29.    Carsen Vickers, Center FFA; East Texas Surveying and Mapping; $2,400.00
 
30. Hannah Wages, Shelby County 4-H; Borders Poultry, Heritage Land Bank;    $2,400.00
 
31. Samuel Richey, Shelby County 4-H; Citizens Bank, Keith Oswalt Logging, and Matthews Real Estate; $2,100.00
 
32. Anna Holland, Tenaha FFA; Chris Paddie, State Representative; $2,200.00
 
33. Evan ORear, Shelby County 4-H; M&M Construction; $2,400.00
 
34.  Mason Hughes, Joaquin FFA; Tyson-Carthage; $1,800.00
 
35.  Faith Alford, Joaquin FFA; Silva-Tech.; $1,900.00
 
36.  Maddox Hutchins, Joaquin FFA; Roughrider Tire; $2,100.00
 
37.  Lane Webb, Joaquin FFA; Bird Forestry; $3,000.00 
 
38.  Eli Lout, Shelby County 4-H; Roughrider Tire; $2,700.00
 
39.  Abi Hooper, Joaquin FFA; Link Charolais; $2,700.00
 
40.  Carter Tomlin, Shelby County 4-H; High Roller Wells, and Center Welding; $3,000.00
 
41.  Britain Tyler, Shelby County 4-H; McAdams Propane and Weldon Boles; 1,600.00
 
42.  Autum Andrusick, Shelby County 4-H; Spartan Structures; $1,900.00
 
43.  Wade Collard, Shelby County 4-H; Tyson-Carthage; $1,600.00
 
44.  Aspen Pritchett, Joaquin FFA; Texas State Bank; $2,800.00
 
45.  Julie Bird, Shelby County 4-H; Shelby Savings Bank, General Shelters, Hunter Buildings and Nacogdoches Bottling Company; $3,400.00
 
 
Cale Hall, a senior at Center High School, will be awarded a $500 scholarship from Shelby Savings Bank for being the highest placing senior with his pen of broilers and Center’s awards ceremony.  
 
Thanks go to Boles Feed for the purchase of the wing band and the wing-banding for the broilers.  
 
Also contributing to the sale were: East Texas Poultry, Ace Hardware of East Texas, 4-C Electric, Farmers State Bank, Shelby Savings Bank, Hunter Buildings, General Shelters, Nacogdoches Bottling Co., First Financial Bank, 4-L Logging, Austin Bank of Timpson, Chris Paddie, State Representative, Tyson-Carthage, Borders Poultry, R&D Distributing, Fish & Still Equipment, Heritage Land Bank, McAdams Propane, Roughrider Tire, Bird Forestry, Rydaco Investments, Rapid Payday and Title Loans, Title Pro., Insurance Bureau Group, Pine Creek Farms, Deep East Texas Electric Co-op., Cobb Vantress, Shelby County Farm Bureau, Pilgrim’s Pride, Sabine State Bank, Shelby Veterinary Associates, 96 Equipment Inc., Tyson-Nacogdoches, Hawkeye Hunting Club, East Texas Surveying and Mapping, Citizens Bank, Keith Oswalt Logging, Matthews Real Estate, M&M Construction, Silva-Tech, Link Charolais, High Roller Wells, Center Welding, Weldon Boles, Texas State Bank, Lease Operating Services, Double “O” Operating, Trails End, Ms. Odessa Link, Few Ready Mix, Mettauer Law Firm, Wheeler Law Office, Judge Charles Mitchell, Smith Sawmill Services, Dairy Queen, Ihlo Sales & Imports, Elliott & Waldron Title Co., Spartan Construction, Center Tire Company, Atwood (Buddy) & Paula Kay, Bounds Insurance, Fairchild Law Office, Dance Furniture, Shelbyville Grocery, Dean’s Hardware, Ward Animal Clinic, Judge LeeAnn Rafferty, Boles Feed, JBA Financial Services, Worsham’s Grocery, Steel Building Supply, Light & Champion Newspaper, County Judge Allison Harbison, Wayne Christian Financial, Payne’s Rentals, Payne’s Community News, Mack O’Rear Real Estate, Shoop Insurance, Shoop Financial, Action Credit,  Monco Motor Company   
 
We would like to take this time to say “thank you” from the Shelby County 4-H and FFA members, and the Broiler Show Committee to Contributors for their generous contributions and to the many volunteers that help make the annual “Broiler Show and Auction” the great event that it is every year!
 

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Interior design students help plan station for Douglass Volunteer Fire Department


 

Approximately 60 interior design students recently participated in a Charrette, an intense design period, to help plan and design a new fire station for the Douglass Volunteer Fire Department.
 
During this three-day period, eight teams of interior design students of various classifications engaged in every phase of the design process. Students visited the site in Douglass to obtain measurements and sketch the location. Douglass fire department personnel were on hand to answer questions.
 
Each year as a volunteer service to the community, SFA's interior design department participates in a similar project.
 
 

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Flu Shot Clinic Thank You


 
Farmers State Bank wants to thank Dawn Barnes with Aurora Concepts for
coming to our Shelbyville branch to administer flu and pneumonia shots.  We
appreciate Dawn for providing this service to our community.  We enjoyed
seeing those who stopped by and hope to see you again soon!  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Excelsior Halloween Carnival


 
The Excelsior Halloween Carnival October 21, 2017  6:00 - 9:00 in the Excelsior gym.
Food, games, cake walk, take a chance.  Halloween costume contest will be at 7:30 in the library, cost to enter the contest is $1.00.  
 
 

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Fall Festival Old Salem Missionary Baptist Church


 

A Fall Festival will be held at the Old Salem Missionary Baptist Church on Saturday October 14 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Flyer:
 
 
 
 
 

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Woodmen Life Chapter 250 Meeting


 

Woodmen Life Chapter 250 will hold their monthly meeting on Monday, October 16th at 6:00 pm at the Pizzeria in Center, TX. Members will elect officers for the upcoming 2018 year. Anyone interested in learning more about Woodmen is invited to attend. 

 
 

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Evening with the Bells


 

The First United Methodist Church in Center invites the community to its
first ever "Evening With The Bells," a hand bell concert of both sacred and
popular music.  The concert will be held at the FUMC Fellowship Hall on
Sunday night October 29 at 6:00 pm.
 
"A hand bell choir is unique thing," long-time ringer Alice Sue Howard
said.  "Each player is responsible for one note in the song -- kind of like
having a bunch of piano players, each one playing one note in a piece
designed for ten fingers.  It's challenging to play and it's as much fun to
watch as it is to listen to."
 
The FUMC Hand Bell Choir will present an eclectic set of selections.
 "Highland Cathedral," a traditional high-church piece and "Just a
Wayfaring Stranger."  In addition , the choir will perform a Southern
spiritual, a theme from a children's show, a #1 hit from the band Coldplay,
a military march, and the national anthem.
 
"And we wouldn't want to forget the most iconic and famous of all hand bell
pieces, 'Carol of the Bells," adds director Chris Watlington.  "Before the
night is over, we will preview the Christmas season with that piece of
music.  Besides, you can't have a hand bell concert without 'Carol of the
Bells!'"
 
The Bells are excited to present their special guest David Mathis, the
First Baptist Church's music director.  He will perform a hand bell solo,
something that even the FUMC bells have never seen.
 
"I am excited to see someone ring a song all by themselves," FUMC ring
Becky Parfait said.  "I work so hard on my individual part, it's hard to
imagine someone ringing all the bells with just his two hands!"
 
Again, "Evening With The Bells" is set for Sunday October 29 at 6:00 pm at
the FUMC Fellowship Hall.  Light refreshments will be served and the
concert is free to the public.
 

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Newburn Chapter Eastern Star 29th Annual Chicken Dressing Dinner


 

Newburn Chapter No. 1135 Order of the Eastern Star 29th Annual Chicken Dressing Dinner will be held on Friday, October 27, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  at the First Baptist Church Fellowship hall in Center, TX 217 Cora Street. 
 
DONATION IS $6.00 PER PERSON. 
 
Dine in or Take-out for more information call 936-254-2003.  
 
 

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James Antioch Community Center Meeting


 

The James Antioch Community Center will have a regular monthly meeting on October 21, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.  They will carry in a covered dish for the meal.  In the business meeting they will make plans for a fund raiser.  Come with your good ideas and then stay for some games and socialization. 
 
For more information contact Ellen Manning at 936-598-3081.  
 
 
 
 

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Don Wall Coaches Show Tuesday Nights 7-9 P.M. on KQBB 100.5 FM


 

 

 

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VFW Afghanistan War Veterans Memorial


 

 

 

The Local VFW gathered Monday 10-9-17 for a wreath laying ceremony at the Historic Shelby County courthouse square to honor those who served in the war in Afghanistan.  Sgt. Major Hughes was given an award for his service.   
  
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Interview with Sgt. Major Hughes:

 

 

 

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GOLDEN HARVEST MINISTRIES CLUB MEETING CORRECTION


 

The Golden Harvest Ministries Club will meet Monday October 17th, 2017 in the Fellowship Hall of the First Baptist Church at 11:30 AM.  The program will presented by Andrea Webb of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
 
Visitors are always welcome to join us for a delicious covered dish luncheon, a good program and time of fellowship.
 
 

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Photography Show Results


 

2017 POULTRY FESTIVAL 
PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW WINNERS
This year’s photography show was a huge success!  All the entries were exceptional and the judges certainly had a tough group of photos to work with.  Thanks to all the competitors and volunteers for their interest and hard work. 
 A very special thanks to Dr. Charles R. Collard and his staff, for their support and help in converting the optical clinic to a photo gallery and the members of the Piney Woods Photographic Society for helping to host the exhibit and greet all those who attended.
 
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ADULTS ANIMALS
1st Janice Carter        2nd Janice Carter     3rd Bobbie Jean Wood
Honorable Mention: James Forbes / Joyce Flora
 
ADULTS URBANS
1st James Forbes       2nd Joyce Flora       3rd Bobbie Jean Wood
Honorable Mention: Laura Lindsey
 
ADULTS FLOWERS
1st Janice Carter        2nd Sharon Peace       3rd Lea Ann Robertson
Honorable Mention:  Billie Jones
 
ADULTS FINE ART
1st Bobbie Jean Wood      2nd Donna Holt       3rd Bobbie Jean Wood
Honorable Mention:  Billie Jones
 
ADULTS DIGITAL MANIPULATION
1st Tori Baker    2nd Janice Carter   3rd Janice Carter
Honorable Mention:  LaDonna Kennon
 
ADULTS POULTRY
1st Bobbie Jean Wood      2nd LaDonna Kennon   3rd Cheryl Speedy
Honorable Mention: Bobbie Jean Wood
 
ADULTS SCENICS
1st James Heiman    2nd Bobbie Jean Wood    3rd Bobbie Jean
Honorable Mention: Jonathan Liker
 
ADULTS PEOPLE
1st Tori Baker   2nd Bobbie Jean Wood   3rd Tori Baker
Honorable Mention: Lea Ann Robertson
 
ADULT’S BEST OF SHOW
Janice Carter
San Augustine, TX
 
ADULT’S PEOPLE’S CHOICE
John Piersol
Center, TX
 
 
 
 
YOUTH FINE ARTS
1st Sam McSwain   2nd Megan Dunn   3rd Haven Heiman
Honorable Mention:  Haven Heiman
 
YOUTH PEOPLE
1st Aliyah Nash   2nd David Baron 3rd Samuel Huerta
Honorable Mention:  Kayarra Emerson
 
YOUTH ANIMALS
    1st Megan Dunn   2nd Ivan Arius   3rd Megan Dunn
Honorable Mention:  Lexi Moody
 
YOUTH FLOWERS
      1st   Sam McSwain 2nd Emma Locke   3rd Jose Bueno
    Honorable Mention: Emma Locke
 
YOUTH SCENICS
1st Patty Fountain   2nd Emma Locke   3rd Hzel Diaz
Honorable Mention: Brianna Redmon / Christina Stotts
 
DIGITAL MANIPULATION
1st   Jamarh Johnson    2nd Jose Bueno   3rd Megan Dunn
Honorable Mention:  Samuel Huerte
 
YOUTH POULTRY
1st Jan Leyva   2nd Jose I. Barreuta   3rd Jan Leyva
Honorable Mention: Megan Dunn
 
YOUTH BEST OF SHOW
Megan Dunn
Center, TX 
 
YOUTH PEOPLE’S CHOICE
Sam McSwain
Center, TX
 

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2017 Chicken Clucking Contest


 

Congradulations to: 

 

1st Place Winner Clayton Paul Windham

 

2nd Place Winner Will Jacobs a veteran chicken clucker
 
 

 

 

 

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Poultry Festival Saturday Interviews:


 

Many people attended the 2017 East Texas Poultry Festival as vendors and guest.  Here are some people that Center Broadcasting Company interviewed on Saturday.

 

 

Tyler Portable Buildings:

 

 

 

 

Chris Watlington:

 

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2017 Broiler Show Photos


 

Today was the 2017 East Texas Poultry Festival Broiler Show.  It was held on the downtown Center city square next to Farmers State Bank.  Below is a link to a photo ablum of today's Broiler Show.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Madelynn Hutchins Interview:

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

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2017 Chicken Run Results


 

The 2017 East Texas Poultry Festival Chicken run was held on 10-7-17 at the John D. Windham Civic Center in Center, TX.  A large group of people showed up today to compete. Below is Photographs of the Winners and video interviews with the 1st Male & Female runners.  

 

2017 Chicken Run Winners:

 

 

Chicken Run 2017 Winners From Left to Right: 3rd Place Female Sunshine Haley,  3rd Place Men's Richard Pinkston, 2nd Place Men's David Bordelon , 1st Place Men's Mac Hamilton, 1st Place Female Madison Brown, 2nd Place Female Whitney Scarber 
 
 
 
Male 1st Place & Female 1st Place:
 
 
1st Place Men's Mac Hamilton & 1st Place Female Madison Brown 
 
 
 
Top 3 Male Runners:
 
 
1st Place Men's Mac Hamilton 
 
 
 
2nd Place Men's David Bordelon
 
 
3rd Place Men's Richard Pinkston 
 
 
Top 3 Female Runners:
 
 
1st Place Female Madison Brown 
 
 
2nd Place Female Whitney Scarber
 
 
 
3rd Place Female Sunshine Haley 
 
 
 
 

Video Interview 1st Place Men's:

 

 

 

 

 

Video Interview 1st Place Female:

 

 

 

 

 

For 5K Chicken Run Photos Click Here:

 

 

 

 

 

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Fabulous Fall Festival Plant Sale


 

 

 

 

Stephen F. Austin State University’s SFA Gardens will host its Fabulous Fall Festival Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, October 7, at the Pineywoods Native Plant Center, 2900 Raguet St., in historic Nacogdoches.
 
 
The sale will feature a variety of hard-to-find, “Texas-tough” plants, including Texas natives, heirlooms, tropicals, perennials, shrubs and trees, with an emphasis on pollinator friendly selections, as well as exclusive SFA introductions. The featured plants are extensively trialed before being offered to the public and are produced by staff members and volunteers of the SFA Gardens.
 
This popular event benefits the SFA Mast Arboretum, PNPC, Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden and Gayla Mize Garden, along with educational programs that are hosted monthly at the gardens. Educational programs provided at the SFA Gardens reach more than 15,000 participants annually.   
 
Parking will be available at SFA’s Janice A. Pattillo Early Childhood Research Center, 2428 Raguet St., and visitors are encouraged to arrive early and bring a wagon for their plants.
 
For more information and a list of available plants, call (936) 468-4404 or visit www.sfagardens.sfasu.edu two weeks before the sale.
 
 
 
 
 

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Center Sports Promo


 

 

 

 

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2017 Poultry Festival Photography Show Video Tour:


 

The 2017 Poultry Festival Photography Show is being held this year at Vison Source the eye doctor's office on the downtown Center City Square right next to the Rio Theater.  The event is under the direction of the Piney Woods Photographic Society.  There are a variety of photos entered this year in a multitude of categories.  Look below for a video tour and a interview with Ms. Billie Jones from the Piney Woods Photographic Society.  

 

Video Tour:

 

 

 

Interview with Ms. Billie Jones:

 

 

 

Photos:

 

 

 

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Poultry Festival 2017 Creative Art Show


 

 

This year's 2017 Poultry Festival Creative Art Show has expanded to feature more.  In an interview with Center Broadcasting Company Ms. Ellen Manning tells us more about it.  Look below to see photographs and a video interview/tour of the art show.  

 

 

2017 Creative Art Show Photos:

 

 

 

Video Interview:

 

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Shelby County Historical Society Meeting


 

The Shelby County Historical Society will hold its monthly meeting October 17, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. in the Shelby County Museum on Pecan Street. Our guest speaker this month will be Mr. Larry Hume.  He will be speaking to us about World War I. It is the 100th anniversary and he will tell us what is being done in Shelby County in remembrance of this time of our history. Everyone is invited to attend.
 
 
 
 

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Junk in the Trunk Trade Days


 

Remember Saturday Downtown October 7th, in San Augustine.
 
Junk in the trunk
Trade days
 
When: First Saturday of each month
Where: Downtown san augustine courthouse square
time: 10 am-2pm
 
Rules:
 
-Check-in by 9:45
-Rain or shine, no refunds
-all vehicles and merchandise must be removed no later than 3 pm?
 

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San Augustine Homecoming


 

San Augustine Wolf Pack Homecoming is October 13, 2017! Pep Rally will be on the Downtown Square! Hope to see you there!

 
 

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Huxley Ducks Unlimited


 

The 16th annual Huxley Fun Night will be the 2nd Thursday in June, 2018. It is at Robinson`s Toledo Bend Lodge on Huxley Bay.

 
 
 

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Jon Gunn Fundraiser Bake Sale


 

Jon Gunn was in a tragic ATV accident while hunting at his deer lease on Saturday, September 30, 2017. He was flown to LSU in Shreveport, LA for treatment. Jon has no medical insurance to help toward paying medical bills and due to the extent of his injuries he will be out of work for a minimum of 6 weeks.
 
There will be a benefit bake sale benefit event held Monday, October 16th at 10 am at Napa in Center, where all proceeds will go toward helping get him through his recovery at this difficult time. If you would like to help in anyway, please contact his sister Lauren Denby at 936-488-9444. Every penny counts! All donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you and God bless! 
 

 

Video News:

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Joaquin VFD Fundraiser


 

Joaquin Volunteer Fire Department will be selling Hamburger Baskets on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Fire station. Basket will include Hamburger, fries, drink for 10 dollars. As always J.V.F.D. Thanks you for your Support.

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U.S. Postal Service Issues New Forever Stamps


 

NEW YORK CITY — The U.S. Postal Service will begin celebrating the Holiday season tomorrow with four new Forever stamps featuring images that illustrate the themes of four beloved Christmas carols: “Jingle Bells,” “Deck the Halls,” “Silent Night” and “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas.”
The stamps will be dedicated tomorrow, Oct. 5, at noon at the American Stamp Dealers Association Fall Stamp Show at the New York Hilton Midtown hotel, 1335 Avenue of the Americas in New York City.
 
The event is free and open to the public. Followers of the U.S. Postal Service’s Facebook page can view the first-day-of-issue ceremony live at facebook.com/USPS.
 
Familiar lines from each song highlight the individual stamps. The shades of blue in the backgrounds of the stamps evoke the evening scenes from the four carols. This booklet of 20 stamps includes five of each design. The late Howard E. Paine was the art director. Artist Steve McCracken of Winchester, VA, created original art for the project. Customers may pre-order the stamps at this link for delivery shortly after the Oct. 5 issuance.
 
“We’re excited to continue one of the Postal Service’s long standing traditions — celebrating the holidays with new stamps,” said U.S. Postal Service Brand Marketing Executive Director Christopher Karpenko.
 
“This year’s selections were inspired by some of America’s favorite Christmas carols, sung and adored by children and adults alike since the 18th century. Translated into dozens of languages, these timeless classics are so recognizable. When holiday items arrive in mailboxes with these stamps, we expect recipients will be humming the tune of the carol lyrics they see — either in their heads or out loud.” 
 
Scheduled to join Karpenko in the dedication ceremony are American Stamp Dealers Association President Tami Jackson and American Philatelic Society American Philatelist Editor Jay Bigalke. U.S. Postal Service Stamp Services Director Mary-Anne Penner served as master of ceremonies.
“The popularity of Christmas stamps is something celebrated and shared by both stamp collectors and the general public,” said Bigalke. “It’s an honor to be a part of this moment in history introducing a new set of stamps to the nation.”
 
The Christmas Carol stamps are being issued as Forever stamps that are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price.
 
Ordering First-Day-of-Issue Postmarks
 
Customers have 60 days to obtain first-day-of-issue postmarks by mail. They may purchase new stamps at United States Post Office locations, at the Postal Store usps.com/shopor by calling 800-782-6724. They must affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes to themselves or others and place them in larger envelopes addressed to:
Christmas Carols Stamps
 
USPS Stamp Fulfillment Services
8300 NE Underground Drive, Suite 300
Kansas City, MO  64144-9900
 
After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the Postal Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is no charge for postmarks up to a quantity of 50. For more than 50, customers are charged 5 cents each. All orders must be postmarked by Dec. 5, 2017.
 
 

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Pumpkin Patch Open Tomorrow


 

 

The First United Methodist Church in Center located at 211 Porter St. will have their Pumpkin Patch open tomorrow from 2 - 5 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Men's Game Banquet


 

The Tenaha First Baptist Church will have a Men's Game Banquet Saturday, October 28 at 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

 

 

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Don Wall Coaches Show Tuesday Nights 7-9 P.M. on KQBB 100.5 FM


 

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Homecoming Queen Kalie Vaughn


 

 

Kalie Vaughn was choosen as this year's Homecoming Queen for Shelbyville ISD.  Vaughn plays softball and volleyball at Shelbyville and is currently a senior.  Kalie Vaughn will be on our stations KDET 930 AM and KQBB 100.5 FM on tomorrow's 10-4-17 morning news.  So tune in.

 

 

Video Interview:

 

 

 

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM MARKS 16 YEARS


 

Sixteen years ago, America launched its counterattack against terrorism in
Afghanistan and ushering in Operation Enduring Freedom and the global war on
terror.
 
To remember the service and sacrifice of Afghanistan Veterans Shelby County
Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8904 and the Auxiliary will hold a
remembrance program and wreath laying at the Veterans Memorial on the
grounds of the Historic Courthouse in Center, Monday, October 9th, 2017 at
10:00 am.  
 
If you are an Afghanistan Veteran or family member VFW Post 8904 would like
to present you with a certificate recognizing that service.  Please call
Post Quartermaster Larry Hume at 598-2976 or email
<mailto:chief@chiefimaging.com> chief@chiefimaging.com.  We need to know the
veterans name and who will be attending to accept the certificate. As always
the public is cordially invited.
 
 
 
 

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Leadership Nacogdoches


 

The Leadership Nacogdoches 2016-2017 class invites you to the celebration of the completion of their community service project: 
 
Books and Butterflies 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19 at the Judy B. McDonald Public Library, 1112 North St.  Enjoy refreshments, books and the butterfly garden after the ceremony.

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Oktoberfest at First Pentecostal Church of Joaquin


 

The First United Pentecostal Church of Joaquin will have their Oktoberfest on October 14th from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
 
 
 
 
 

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