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Voice talent of Blake Shelton & Kelly Clarkson
PG. Ends nightly 9:00pm
Pokémon Detective Pikachu starts May 24th
John Wick 3
A Dog's Journey
Closed Wednesdays / 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
Grill Fest Presented by Farmers State Bank at New Location - Shelby County Expo Center/Rodeo Arena
April 5, 2019 (Registration Form, 42 Tournament Rules) - Cook teams from Texas and Louisiana will be competing for prize money this weekend at the Chillin and Grillin Grill Fest Presented by Farmers State Bank at the Shelby County Expo Center on Highway 7 East. Cooking starts Friday evening along with the 42 Tournament.
42 Tournament Registration fee is $10 per person or $20 per team of two. Players may pre-register at the Chamber office or register on-site Friday, April 5th starting at 6:30pm. The 42 tournament will begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday, April 5th at the Shelby County Expo Center/Rodeo Arena with finals at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 6th at the Shelby County Expo Center/Rodeo Arena.
Gates open on Saturday, April 6th at 10:00am. It is Open to the Public and it is Free. There will be a Washer Pitching Tournament, 42 Tournament and fun activities for all ages. Come enjoy the day and sample great bbque.
Thank you to all the Sponsors who have made this event possible: Farmers State Bank, Pilgrims Pride, Tyson Foods, Shelby Savings Bank, the City of Center, Rapid Payday & Title Loans, Mathews Real Estate, Ace Hardware of East Texas, B&S A/C and Heating, Watson and Sons Funeral Home, 4C Electric, Hughes Florist, Moody Waste Management, H&R Block and Despino’s Tires.
This Event is Sanctioned by the Lonestar Barbeque Society.
April 5, 2019 - Our Shelby County Children's Advocacy Center staff along with our MDT partners and San Augustine team is proud to wear blue today to help increase awareness and prevention of child abuse in our community.
Post your own #GoBlueDay pictures to our page!
Harold Hanson and the Golden Harvest Ministries Choir
April 2, 2019 - Hollie Adams, administrator of Holiday Nursing Center, spoke to members of the Golden Harvest Ministries Club at their March 18 meeting about the upcoming Health Fair and other opportunities in the future. The Golden Harvest Choir entertained members and Harold Hanson led in favorite hymns.
Visitors are always welcome to enjoy the lunch, fellowship, and program. The club meets the 3rd Monday of each month at 11:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall of the First Baptist Church in Center, Texas.
Article submitted by Linda Bordelon
Hollie Adams at the March Golden Harvest Ministries Club
March 30, 2019 - Shelby County Outreach Ministries, Inc. would like to say Thank You to Pine Grove Nursing Home for holding a canned food drive for us recently.
We are so grateful that you considered us and for all the support you give our organization.
Because of you and others like you, we will be able to help families and individuals that are in need in the community.
March 29, 2019 - National Women's History Month is approaching its end. It was a month long celebration of recognizing women who have made a contribution to cultural and society. Several names were written in previous articles but time did not permit to complete the list of women who mean a lot to the community.
The following names are of those known and others presented in the books written by Dr. Charles Tatum, a former resident of Center.
Donnie Lee Boothe Hawkins (there is a book about her); Baby Lou Gardner; Kathy (Sue Ann) Mosby; Joyce Lynn Johnson; Annie Bell Goodwin Hearne; Mody Nobles; Edwina Collins Mitchell; Mildred Richards Johnson; Eula White (100 plus in age); Veronica Berry; Dorothy Williams; Demetris Sampson; Lettie K. Haynes; DeIvory Sampson; Jane Arnold; Sarah Matlock Lancelin; Portia K. Garrett; Myrtis and Kristi McClelland (mother - daughter team); Imogean and Tabatha Williams (mother-daughter team); Sharon Williams; Jessie Fountain; Pinkie Atkinson and many more.....
With so much being done to make this world better many blessings are sent out to the generations living now and in the future to keep the history recorded of the African American women in the Shelby County community.
March 29, 2019 - All of us here at Shelby County Outreach Ministries, Inc. would like to extend our gratitude to the Woodmen of the World for their canned food drive they held for us.
Because of their efforts, we will be able to feed more individuals and families that are in need in our community.
Thank you so much for considering our organization and for your ongoing support in all that we do to serve Shelby County.
March 28, 2019 - On March 21st, the Woman’s Reading Club met in the home of Fannie Watson whose inspirational program took members on a nostalgic journey through the life and works of America’s most beloved illustrator Norman Rockwell. With the technical assistance of her great granddaughters Campbell and Landry Morris of Austin (pictured) and her daughter Brenda Giles of Carthage, Fannie also shared an inspiring collection of Rockwell-illustrated Saturday Evening Post covers and various posters, such as Rosie the Riveter (1943) and the Golden Rule (1961).
Members pictured include Montie Jones, Dottie West, Jane Morrison, Billie Sue Payne, Mary Lynn Tinkle, Fannie Watson, Polly Smith, Carolyn Bounds, and Sue Russell.
Submitted by Carolyn Bounds
March 27, 2019 - Today, March 27, is one of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas' Honor Days - Goliad Heroes Day.
Following the fall of the Alamo, the Mexican Army, under the command of General Santa Anna, attacked Colonel James W. Fannin's men at Goliad. Fannin was forced to surrender and on March 27, 1836, 320 prisoners were executed, the largest loss of live in the cause of Texas independence. "Remember Goliad" joined with "Remember the Alamo" as the battle cries heard at the battle of San Jacinto.
The DRT William Carroll Crawford Chapter encourage everyone to fly your Texas flag to honor the heroes of Goliad.
March 27, 2019 - The TISD family is saddened by the passing of Martha Boren. Mrs. Boren’s death is the result of complications from heart surgery a few weeks ago.
Mrs. Boren’s career spanned almost three full decades at Tenaha ISD where she served most recently as the Director of Academic Affairs. Her work has been vital in the survival of our small district through her efforts to acquire grants and maintain compliance of all federal and state funded programs.
Previous to her role in Central Administration, Mrs. Boren served as a Principal, and as a Business Teacher over her long career. The Tiger Family has lost a “lynch pin” to the success of the students at TISD. Please keep her husband Wesley and daughter Lesley in your thoughts and prayers in this difficult time.
March 27 2019 - April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. To help spread awareness, we are encouraging everyone to hang a blue bow on the door, window and/or inside your business for the month of April. Our local florists have generously agreed to make the large blue bows for $12.00 each. All you have to do is call one of our local florists, listed below, and order a bow. They will even deliver them for you. It is very easy.
The Annual Butterfly Release, sponsored by the Children’s Advocacy Center will be held April 17th on the Historic Courthouse lawn at 4:00pm. It would be wonderful if everyone could have a beautiful blue bow displayed before the Butterfly Release.
Thank you to our participating florists: Center Floral, Darcie Hayes at 598-2413; Hughes Florist, Heather Moody at 598-9949; Southern Seasons, Shana Brittain at 598-5009 and Watson Florist, Yondi Watson at 598-2402.
Let’s take a stand together as a community against child abuse.
For more information please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at 936-598-3682.