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December 10, 2021 (Order Forms) - It’s Christmastime once again and Shelby County Outreach Ministries is having our annual Letter from Santa fundraiser.

Each personalized letter will come with a letter from Santa Claus and a Christmas tree ornament to hang on the tree. Each letter is $10 per child. You can pick up Order Forms in person, on our website (shelbycountyoutreach.org), or our Facebook pages and mail it to us at P.O. Box 1029 Center, TX 75935. Please enclose payment with the order form. Payments and orders can be turned in at Shelby County Outreach Ministries. All Order Forms must be turned in by December 10th, 2021.

For more information, please call 936-598-4990. Thank you and have a very Merry Christmas!

December 6, 2021 - The Shelby County Children’s Advocacy Center annual Toy Drive is underway. We are excited to have this chance to brighten the lives of children who have experienced abuse or trauma, but we know this is only possible through the generosity of our community. This year we will have tags for each child in need that will specify age and interests. You can pick up a tag at the Advocacy Center, 131 Tenaha Street, and then return your donation to us by December 10th.

The Advocacy Center's mailing address is P.O. Box 2072, Center, TX 75935 if you would like to make a monetary donation. If you would like more information about specific needs, please call us at 936-590-9864. Thank you for joining with us to share kindness and joy with these children!


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December 9, 2021 - VFW Post 8904 and auxiliary remembered Pearl Harbor Day at Holiday Nursing Center to honor those who served and died at Pearl Harbor when Japanese aircraft attacked just before 8am on Sunday morning, December 7, 1941.

Post Quartermaster Larry Hume addressed everyone, "VFW Post 8904 and its auxiliary are happy to be here today. It's been a while since we've been able to be here." Hume then recognized veterans attending the memorial observance allowing each the opportunity to say their name and which branch of the service they served in.

Hume added, "It's been 80 years ago, 80 years ago a surprise attack was made by the empire Japan at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. How many of us in this room were alive 80 years ago? (only 1 raised their hand). Not many of us were alive." 

"More than two thousand people were killed and over eleven hundred were wounded. Six U.S. Battleships were sunk and more than a dozen others were damaged and 300 planes were also destroyed in an attack that lasted just about two hours. Following World War I, twenty-three years later, World War II came along and the United States was again in a world war. On December 10th, three days following Pearl Harbor, Germany declared war on the United States and we were fighting the war on two fronts, in the Pacific and in Europe."

16 million men and women served in World War II. Hume invited Holiday residents and those in attendance to remember a family member they had who served in World War II.

"Franklin Roosevelt said at the time of Pearl Harbor, 'With the undying determination of our people, we will gain the inevitable triumph, so, help us God.'" Hume continued, "When it was over, 400,000 American deaths had occurred and the United States did gain the triumph." The war ended in Europe on May 8, 1945 and victory in the Pacific was September 2, 1945." 

Since Taps wasn't able to be played, a moment of silence was observed in remembrance of those lost.

Afterward, VFW members gathered with veterans who were residents of Holiday Nursing Center.

December 8, 2021 - Tenaha ISD Cheer, BETA and Tiger Media hosted a food drive and had over 707 canned items donated to SAKS Of Love Nonprofit Organization on Wednesday, December 8th!

All grades participated PK-12 with a pizza party for the highest grade level of donations. So far the Junior class is winning!

Christina Leary Said “Ain’t that beautiful! They were so excited! God is good! We have been blessed with a bigger building too! It’s coming soon! I’m so grateful for the support. Thank you”

December 8, 2021 - Shelby County Outreach Ministries would like to extend our gratitude towards the 50 Women Impact for their generous contribution of $11,100 to our Senior Nutrition Site.

These funds will be used to purchase new appliances and other items needed to best serve our wonderful seniors. The Senior Nutrition Site is one of four programs of Shelby County Outreach Ministries, and it prepares a fresh nutritious meal for senior citizens in our county. It also provides a place for them to fellowship, play games, exercise, and learn about programs that can assist them.

Once again, we are thankful for all the members of 50 Women Impact and their support.

December 7, 2021 - Operation Blue Santa wants to give a huge thank you to everyone that came out to Cookies and Cocoa with Santa. This was our 4th year, and it is getting bigger and better every year! We had a great turn out, about 75 kids!

We would like to give a BIG Thank you to Santa and our Elf. Also, thank you to Shelby County Today for taking our pictures, and to Chasing a Twist/Leah Chase for providing your amazing balloon animals, and to Make It Pop/Maegan Wright on your awesome balloon arches/topiary.

To all our helpers/servers, and those that provided cookies, cupcakes, donuts, cocoa, toys, and monetary donations, we couldn't have done it without you.

We would also like to say congratulations to the Santones family for winning the 6 pack Rio Movie Theatre tickets!

December 7, 2021 - Center High School Club's National Honors Society (NHS), Junior Chamber of Commerce (JCC) and Spanish Club donated to the Center Police Operation Blue Santa. Club officers are pictured with Nicole Faulkner from the Center PD.


Officers pose with toys.


Center High School Junior Chamber of Commerce collected balls for Christmas.

The Clubs partnered with Heather Chambliss from COTA Century 21. Our collection will be added to ones collected by her team for donation to the youth of Shelby County.

December 7, 2021 - Come by The Unique Boutique today to get the best deals on Christmas décor, Christmas trees, and Ornaments!  You can also check off items on your Christmas list.  We have an excellent selection of clothing, toys, household items, home décor, furniture, and more!  We always have great specials and deals going on, so come by and check them out for yourself.  The store is open Monday – Friday from 9-4. For more information, please call the store at 936-591-8190.  Have a blessed and Merry Christmas! 

 

 

December 7, 2021 - Tri-County Harvest for Homes will have a produce drop Wednesday, December 8 and December 22 at 9am in the old Sombero's Restaurant parking lot.

Also, please note the Food Pantry will be closed December 23rd and December 30th.

December 6, 2021 - F.L. Moffett Family are hosting Hot Cocoa and A Treat on Saturday, December 11 at 10am until 11:30am at Portacool Park Basketball Courts. Activities include Hot Cocoa Bar with sweet treat, basketball with coaches, and books to take home!

Come enjoy and join the F.L. Moffett Family for fun!

Assisting with the event is the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce and the Shelby County AgriLife Extension Service.

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