Lifestyle

Fri
20
May

Having fun on Cinco de Mayo Day

Having fun on Cinco de Mayo Day at the Headstart program getting their goody bags that the parents made for them to have. 

 

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Fri
20
May

Little relax time

Anita having a little relax time watching all the kids at the park having fun sliding and swinging.

 

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Fri
13
May

Commissioners hold the line on spending

By Melissa Freeman

The Robertson County Commissioners’ Court met in regular session on Monday to handle mostly routine business. A small point of contention arose when the Court approved the employment of Danny Williams as deputy constable, precinct 2. Keith Petitt, casting the opposing vote, explained that, even though the position might need to be filled, he didn’t believe it should be since the County was trying to keep to a very tight budget.

 

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Fri
13
May

Patchwork pieces and batting make for a quilt, they do

By Erin Feldman

Wheelock’s Spring Quilt Show held this weekend was at the historic Wheelock Community Center. This was a fundraiser to help restore the building, which was built around 1908,and used as a school and is know for being one of the oldest continuously used buildings in Robertson County. Different members of the community and state made many of the quilts that were at the show. The quilts were separated into three different rooms as to what kind of quilt it was, old, themed and recent and with many of them being for sale.

 

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Fri
06
May

HISD Career Day slated Business professionals needed to present careers

By Tabetha Boone, M. Ed

Hearne Elementary needs your help. We want to provide the children with interesting and fun facts about various careers. We are planning to have a “Career Day” on Friday, May 20, 2016. The presentations will begin at 9:30 a.m. and should be over by 2:00 p.m.. We need parents and/or volunteers to present and explain the duties of their careers to the children. The presentations should last only 20 minutes and be presented on a 3rd - 6th grade level with the interest levels and comprehension abilities of this age child kept in mind. There will need to be visuals to help the children understand what your career involves.

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Fri
06
May

The gold at the end of the rainbow

By Margaret Salvaggio

The night started with the clock ticking off the minutes for it all to start, the enchanting night of the Hearne Elementary Prom. The theme for the  night was “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”, and I don’t mean Toto and Dorothy either, I mean to wear your favorite color of the rainbow and come dressed to show it off.

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Fri
29
Apr

Anthony and his date Emily are all dressed

Anthony and his date Emily are all dressed up for the Mumford Prom and looking sharp.

 

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Fri
29
Apr

Daijah Sims is shown receiving her scholarship

Daijah Sims is shown receiving her scholarship from the RCFA President, David Stratta in the amount of $1500.00

 

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Fri
22
Apr

Mrs. Williams

Mrs. Williams in the Calvert Office making sure everyone is in their right place and not running the halls.
 
 
Fri
22
Apr

CALVERT COFC RAFFLE

Linda Caldwell, president to the Calvert Chamber of Commerce still in front of Prosperity Bank Friday selling raffle tickets for a chance to win $1000.00.
 
 

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