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Double Feature on Dec 18th
CHS Theatre Group - 6:45pm
Back to School Schedule!!!
Closed Wednesday and Thursdays
Box office opens at 7:00pm. Showtime at 7:30pm. Admission is $7 for adults and $6 for children.
Senior Citizen's Night
Mondays - $5 Admission
November 14, 2018 - Delta Gamma members were delighted with the festive decor and food at their November meeting at the Culinary Arts Department at Center HS. Jennifer Fausett spoke about the improvements they have done this year in the program and the products they offer like freezer casseroles and holiday desserts. Members donated items for a silent auction to benefit their local scholarship fund for a student in education each year. Delta Gamma is an organization of key women educators from Sabine, Shelby, and San Augustine counties.
Submitted by Nora Robinson
November 13, 2018 - Shelby County Outreach Ministries offers thanks to Woodforest National Bank in Center.
Woodforest National Bank is having a canned food drive to support Shelby County Outreach Ministries, Inc. from November 13th thru December 1st. So while you are shopping at Wal-Mart, please pick up a few extra cans of food and drop them off at Woodforest National Bank, which is located inside the store! Thank you for your support!
From left: Linda Bordelon, Center Garden Club and District III Recording Secretary; Kathi Sivess, District III Director; and Sandy Brent, Southern Zone Director.
November 12, 2018 - Texas Garden Clubs District III Recording Secretary Linda Bordelon represented Center Garden Club at the District III Fall Meeting held November 8, 2018 in Livingston, Texas hosted by the Polk County Garden Club. With a theme "Sweet Fall Festival" 56 members represented 14 garden clubs from District III. Members learned new ideas for programs, projects, and activities; were able to shop ways and means for plants and gardening items; and enjoy fellowship and a luncheon catered by the Polk County Garden Club. Local beekeeper Karla Rudebusch presented a program on "Honey Bees."
Submitted by Linda Bordelon, Publicity Chairman
November 7, 2018 - In honor of the 100th Anniversary that ended World War I the public is cordially invited to join Shelby County Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8904 and Auxiliary at their Veteran’s Day Program in remembrance of those from Shelby County who so honorably served during that time. The program will be held Sunday, November 11, 2018, 1 p.m. inside the 1885 Shelby County Historic Courthouse, Center, Texas. You are encouraged to bring children and grandchildren to this historic and once in a lifetime event.
November 7, 2018 - Christmas is right around the corner so it is time to start shopping for those special gifts. The best place to shop is right here in Shelby County. Starting this weekend our local merchants will be having Christmas Open Houses and fun unique Holiday shopping experiences. Make sure your stop by and shop.
Christmas Open Houses - November 9th and 10th
- Hissy Fit - 208 Nacogdoches Street (572-8572)
- Lasting Impressions - 112 Foster Street (598-6553)
- Sassy Reds Bakery - 1000 Tenaha Street (598-2447)
- Southern Lemonade - 229 San Augustine Street (590-9405)
- Southern Seasons - 214 Austin Street (598-5009)
November 6, 2018 - The veterans of our military have put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy. They have dedicated their lives to their country and deserve to be recognized for their commitment.
As a token of our appreciation, Portacool, LLC has donated to the VFW Post 8904 in honor of the many veterans across the country and those that work at Portacool – we thank you. Thank you for the sacrifices you have made. Thank you for the dedication you have offered our great country. Thank you for your service. May God bless you, your family and the USA.
Portacool employees who have served in the United States Military: Rick Beene, Navy; Roy Bell, Army; Terry Borek, Navy; Phil Calvert, Marine Corps; Jeff Cook, Navy; Terry DeRise, Air Force; Kevin Fealofani, Army; Bill Ferren, Marine Corps; Lee Franklin, Navy; Ramon Garcia, Air Force; David Henderson, Army; Scott Jacobs, Army; Charles Johnson, Army; Sean Martin, Navy; Don Moss, Army; Jed Moss, Air Force; Patrick Stauffer, Army National Guard; Marcus Steel, Army; and Shon Wainscott, Army.
November 6, 2018 - The Fannie Brown Booth Library Friends of the Library would like to congratulate Sue Smith of Joaquin, Texas, as the winner of the quilt drawing held Saturday at the end of the Fall Book Sale. We would like to thank everyone who purchased quilt raffle tickets.
The 2018 Fall Book Sale is now history. The Friends did an outstanding job making preparations for and running the sale during the past several weeks. We thank each one of them for their hard work and dedication to the continued growth of the Fannie Brown Booth Library. We also thank each one that attended the book sale and bought books and/or made donations.
November 6, 2018 - Debbie Leggett spoke to the local Delta Gamma chapter about her trip to Norway.
The trip was a gift from her children to help her investigate her ancestry. She showed slides and some articles of her trip, jewelry and sheepskin.
Debbie is a member of Delta Gamma, the local chapter of key women educators, Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.
November 5, 2018 - Grace Manor is trying to help provide one Christmas present for each of our foster children. We have over 70 children under our care now, so this is a big task! We are asking for help from our community to make sure all of our children have a nice Christmas.
We have asked our foster parents to turn in to us one gift idea (between $35.00 and $50.00) that each of their foster children would like. We have these gift ideas available at our office to be picked up and purchased. We are asking that you return the wrapped gifts by December 3rd.
The children have wished for toys, bicycles, games, electronics, and gift certificates.
Anything you can do to help would be appreciated! We accept cash donations from those who are unable to purchase a present. Come by our office at 109 Carroll Street or call Dan at 598-3611 for more information.
November 3, 2018 - It's fall back time... Sunday, November 4th at 2am, daylight savings time ends and clocks roll backward 1 hour.
At the beginning or end of daylight savings time is a good time to do a routine check of items in your house. Test items such as smoke detectors and install new batteries to help keep your family and home safe. Check your hot water heaters and other areas which aren't seen regularly.
Clean out dryer vent hoses which can become clogged with lint and cause dryers to not perform as well. Lint is highly combustible and decreased airflow can cause overheating of the exhaust ducting resulting in a fire. After inspecting and cleaning out the dryer vent ducting, check to make sure when you push the dryer back in place that the duct doesn't have a bend causing poor air flow.
Lastly, annual checkups for pets is great too!