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Thank You to All Princess Ball Sponsors, Donors, and Volunteers

 

Thank You to All Princess Ball Sponsors, Donors, and Volunteers The SCCAC would like to thank everyone who helped make the 10th annual Princess Ball a success! It was an extra special evening, made possible only through the generous support of businesses and individuals in our community. We would like to thank this year's sponsors and donors: 4L Logging LLC, Boom Boom Photo Booth, Brookshire Brothers, Dazzle Me Pink & Blue, Farmers State Bank, Few Ready Mix, Gaspar Décor, GCS Cakes by Cindy Metteauer, High Roller Group, Hospice Plus, Hughes Florist, Joe’s Car Spa, Lawfirm of Fairchild, Price, Haley & Smith, Lawrence Davis Photography, Leah Chase Balloon Artist, Mathews Realty, McAdams Propane, New Mexico Credit, Nix Forest Industries Inc., Paul and Debra Smith, Priority Family Healthcare, Quickstop Stores, Red River Credit, Shani’s Catering, Shelby Savings Bank, Snell Photography, Steel Building Supply, Storibook Photography, Texan Credit, Texas Glacier Ice, The Coral Cactus, Timpson ISD, Tomlin Insurance, and Trails End Grocery & RV. We would also like to thank our tireless volunteers who worked hard to make everything look beautiful for our guests of honor. We appreciate you all so much!

Tenaha City Council Meeting

 

NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE

 GOVERNING BODY OF THE 

CITY OF TENAHA

 

The Tenaha City Council will meet in a Regular City Council Meeting on Monday, February 28, 2022, at 5:30 pm, Tenaha, Texas. 

The following items are on the agenda for appropriate action:

  1. Call to Order:

  2. Roll Call: To establish a quorum. 

  3. Invocation:

  4. Pledge: United States Pledge

  5. Citizens Input: This time is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear within the Consent and Action Items, or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. A Citizens Input Form may be filled out and filed with the City Secretary prior to the meeting.  

  6. Department Head Reports:

    1. Public Works Report

    2. Municipal Court Report

    3. Police Department Report

    4. City Secretary Report

e. Fire Department Report

 

 

7. Discuss and Consider Approving the Minutes for the January 24, 2022, City Council Meeting. 

8. Discuss and Consider Approving the January 2021 Financials. 

9. Discuss and consider approving the recommendation of the Selection Review Committee to award by resolution Traylor and Associates for administrative services in conjunction with the submittal of an application for funding through the 2022 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for DR-4485 COVID-19 Pandemic to provide application preparation, project administration, and project-related management services, if awarded. 

 

10. Discuss and consider approving the recommendation of the Selection Review Committee to award by resolution Stephens Engineering for engineering services in conjunction with the submittal of an application for funding through the 2022 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for DR-4485 COVID-19 Pandemic to provide application preparation and project implementation, if awarded. 

 

Enter Executive Session.

 

11. 551.071. CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY.

 

Return to Open Session.

12. Council Report(s): Reports by the members of the City Council on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. 

13. Adjourn.

The Council reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the items listed on this agenda whenever it is considered necessary and is legally justified under the Open Meetings Act. 

The agenda is posted as required under Government Code Section 551.041. For more information or for a copy of the open meetings act, please contact the Attorney General of Texas at 1-800-252-8011 or the City Secretary at 936-248-3841. 

Amanda Treat-Brock

City Secretary

GRILL FEST 2022

         GRILL FEST 2022 IS SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 2ND AT THE RODEO ARENA

            PRESENTED BY FARMERS STATE BANK

 

The Grill Fest sanctioned barbecue cook-off, presented by Farmers State Bank, will take place Saturday, April 2nd at the Shelby County Expo Center/Rodeo Arena. The Gold Sponsors are Badders Law Firm and Pilgrims Pride.

“Over $6,500 will be awarded in prize money to registered cook teams.  Cook teams may register and enter the contest with a $150 registration fee prior to March 18th or $200 after that date,” according to the Grill Fest Committee. You may register up until the day of the Event. The barbecue cook-off is sanctioned by the Lone Star Barbecue Society. 

 

Prize money for the top 50% of the cook teams will be awarded in three categories – Pork Spare Ribs, Chicken and Brisket.  Trophies will be awarded for Grand Champion and Reserve Champion. Awards are sponsored by the City of Center.

 

There will be an adult beverage competition, dessert competition and a bean competition.  Entry fee for each one of these events is $10.00.   Winner takes the pot.

 

In addition to the Chillin’ and Grillin’, there will be a Washer Pitching Tournament and 42 Tournament, both sponsored by Shelby Savings Bank, and Entertainment, Sponsored by Rapid Pay Day, will provide music.    

 

The public is invited to attend and sample tastings of barbecue at cook team stations as well as enjoy all the fun activities.  Entry is free

 

Silver sponsors are 4C Electrical Services, Ace Hardware of East Texas, B & S A/C and Heating, Bob’s Pawn and Shop, BTS Disposal, The Light and Champion, Timberwolf Lake Works and Watson and Sons Funeral Home,                                                                                                                       


Registration forms and additional information is available at www.shelbycountychamber.com or at the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce office – 936-598-3682.  Questions may also be emailed to info@shelbycountychamber.com.              

PANOLA COLLEGE PARTNERS WITH TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE EXTENSION 

[ PANOLA COLLEGE ] 

PANOLA COLLEGE/SHELBY COLLEGE CENTER 

3600 Loop 500 East Center, Texas 75935 

CONTACT: Trellis McCann 

PHONE: 936-598-9543

 

PANOLA COLLEGE PARTNERS WITH TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE EXTENSION 

Panola College is in partnership with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to offer Step Up Scale Down and Growing and Nourishing Healthy Communities Garden Courses. Classes will be held at the Shelby College Center. 

Step Up Scale Down - March 1- April 26, 2022 (Tuesdays - 5:30 – 6:30 pm) This is a 12-week educational program, intended to help Americans choose a healthful eating plan within their calorie requirements to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. This course is $40.00. 

Growing and Nourishing Healthy Communities Garden Course March 31 - May 5, 2022 (Thursdays from 5:30 - 6:30 pm) This course will help increase the availability of fresh produce through teaching participants how to grow fruits and vegetables in community and backyard gardens. 

This course is FREE! 

For more information and to register, contact Shelby College Center at 936-598-9543 or email: tmccann@panola.edu. 

Panola College is an Equal Opportunity Institution that provides educational and employment opportunities on the basis of merit and without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, 

disability, or genetic information.

Huxley Helping Hands

Huxley helping hands drive thru food pantry will be Saturday, Feb. 12 @ 9 am  at Hillcrest Baptist Church. Must have identification and only box per household will be given.

 

Must be in line by 9:30 am to receive a box.

Bridge Replacement

Starting Monday, February 14, the bridge located about three quarters of a mile from Mt. Olive Baptist Church on County Road 4210 will be getting replaced. The replacement will take about 10 days to complete. 

BBQ Brisket Sandwich Plate Fundraiser

Tenaha's own "Catfish" will prepare his Texas known BBQ Briskets. 

 

Date: 02/12/2022                 Time: 10:30 am- 2:30 pm

 

At the Center Little League Basketball Game located in front of the Center Middle School. 

 

All proceeds go to help fund medical bills for Coach Shanna Dagley and student Klayton Lewis. 

 

$10 Plate- includes a 5" sandwich, chips, drink and dessert. 

School Updates for Friday, 2/4/22

Shelbyville ISD will start at 10 am tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 4  due to possible inclement weather conditions.

 

 

Excelsior ISD is on a two-hour delay for all district operations due to area road conditions caused by inclement weather.
-Staff will report to work two hours later than your usual start time.
-Classes will begin two hours later than the usual start time.
-Students who ride the bus will be picked up two hours later than the usual pick-up time.

 

 

 

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