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Tue
10
Oct

Orange as a Pumpkin

The next Stark Museum of Art Playdate: Orange as a Pumpkin will be October 13, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Yellow, orange, red, and brown, fall colors are all around! Explore the colors, smells, and sights of fall and then create our own scented autumn art in the studio. Every playdate features gallery play, interactive looking experience, and an art studio visit designed to connect children 5 and under and their grown-ups. Explore your playful side and make new friends at the Stark Museum of Art. Younger children welcome! Engage in handson learning opportunities, including storytelling, imaginative play, and art making with an emphasis on building fine motor skills.

 

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Thu
05
Oct

LCM Homecoming Royalty

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School crowned homecoming king and queen prior to Friday night’s football game. Seniors Tommy Holland and Lani Daniels were the students chosen as this year’s royalty. Other seniors in the court included Brayden Babineaux, Kourtney Baldwin, John Beeson, Meg Clark, Spencer Bonura, Haley Edwards, Ryder Huffman, McCartney Miller, Rayce Piper,  Jayce Perry, Zach Robin and McKenzie Sheppard.
 

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Thu
05
Oct

ACHS Graduates

Noah Harrington graduated from AIM Center High School June 6, 2017.

Michael Colley graduated from AIM Center High School Sep. 27, 2017.

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Tue
03
Oct

LCM Homecoming Royalty

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School crowned homecoming king and queen prior to Friday night’s football game. Seniors Tommy Holland and Lani Daniels were the students chosen as this year’s royalty. Other seniors in the court included Brayden Babineaux,

 

Kourtney Baldwin, John Beeson, Meg Clark, Spencer Bonura, Haley Edwards, Ryder Huffman, McCartney Miller, Rayce Piper, Jayce Perry, Zach Robin and McKenzie Sheppard. Juniors were Jordan Alexander, Raley Broussard, Zach Casey, McKenzie Guillory, Mason Coppage, Rylee Locke, Ty Shugart and Renna Toomey.Sophomores on the court were Scout Denman, Kylie Gross, Matthew Erb, Hannah Parry, Jackson Smith and Jadyn Stack. Freshmen included Jesse Doucet, Reese Cricchio, Traevin Nelms, Lizeth De La Fuente, Cameron Smith and Faith Stanley.

 

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Tue
03
Oct

Trinity Baptist Church hosts disaster relief group

ORANGE — Orange area residents and guests currently traveling 16th Street, might notice two very large yellow and white tents positioned just north of Trinity Baptist Church, located at 1819 N. 16th Street. Beginning Tuesday, October 10, 2017, free food will be offered under the tents to anyone in the Orange area in need of a hot meal.

 

Rusk-Panola Baptist Association Director of Missions, Dr. Gerald Edwards has coordinated a major operation of disaster relief, designed to support those involved in Orange Area recovery from Tropical Storm Harvey. Hosted by Trinity Baptist Church and supported by the Baptist General Convention of Texas and the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention, men and women from Texas and beyond will be taking shifts in the coming months to feed and serve both workers and others with special needs located in the Orange area.

 

Thu
28
Sep

Stark Foundation Presents Check

Clyde Mckee, President and CEO of the Stark Foundation makes a presentation of a check for $20,000 to the Board of Trustees of the Vidor I.S.D. on Monday night.

 

“We hope that this money will go to the teachers of the district whose classrooms were flooded and who unselfishly spend their money to buy supplies materials for their classrooms that benefit their students to help replace those items…” said Mr. McKee.

 

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Tue
26
Sep

Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held the first Story Time of the new school year 2017-2018 on Thursday September 21, 2017. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “What Makes a Rainbow?” by Betty Schwartz. The children decorated canvas book bags for their craft.

 

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Tue
26
Sep

Scenes from Rose City

Floodwaters rushing through this pier and beam home in Rose City ripped up much of the wooden flooring of this living room. Bare earth is now plainly visible under the remaining floor studs as a volunteer from New Mexico carefully crosses the room.

 

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Thu
21
Sep

Welcome Banner

A number of banners welcoming the visiting students from the flooded Oak Forest Elementary School were highly visible in the hallways and classrooms of the Pine Forest Elementary School on the first day of School.

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Thu
21
Sep

First Day of School

Students and parents from both Oak Forest Elementary School and Pine Forest Elementary school file into the Pine Forest School’s front door before classes begin on the first day of school for Vidor I.S.D.

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