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Meal A Day Menu for November 6th-10th
Nov05

Meal A Day Menu for November 6th-10th

Meal A Day Menu     November 6th – November 10th Monday    Chicken and Rice California Blend Vegetables Roll Tuesday Taco Soup Crackers Salad Wednesday Sliced Ham Mashed Potatoes Green Beans   Thursday Lasagna English Peas Garlic Bread Friday Chicken Pot Pie Corn Pickled Beets Share...

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Lowes Heroes Project Donation to Lil’ 4’s
Nov03

Lowes Heroes Project Donation to Lil’ 4’s

Lowes has a company program in every store, called the Lowes Heroes Project. This program allows Lowes to help out underfunded community projects and non-profit organizations. Assistant Store Manager Michael Farrell, is in charge of the Sulphur Springs program. Lowes Heroes Project’s newest recipient was the Lil’ 4’s. Lowes donated an insulating roof, and walls. Earlier they also donated two wall unit Air...

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November Events At Senior Citizen Center
Nov01

November Events At Senior Citizen Center

A Flu Shot Clinic has been scheduled at the Center on Thursday, November 9th, from 10:00 – 11:30. If you haven’t had your flu shot, come by and get it. May Home Health Care will be administering the shots. Bring your Medicare Care Card if you have one. Stay safe this flu season by washing your hands often. Dr. Kosub said they are already seeing cases of the Flu coming in to the Clinic. She said everyone needs to WASH THEIR...

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Dinner Bell Sponsored by Super Handy
Nov01

Dinner Bell Sponsored by Super Handy

This week’s Dinner Bell was sponsored and served by cheery volunteers from Super Handy Convenience Stores. The meal included hamburger steak in a brown onion gravy, cheese grits, spicy roasted carrots, salad, yeast rolls, with assorted cookies and a sugar-free chocolate pudding for dessert. Share...

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The S.S. Public Library Invites you to a Special Halloween Event
Oct29
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A Local Eagle Scout Needs Your Help
Oct28

A Local Eagle Scout Needs Your Help

Nathan Tiegiser is working on his Eagle Scout Project. He decided to refurbish the signs in Pacific Park, on Saturday November 11th. However this task is not a small feat. There are four signs approximately 4’x8′ x 8″.  Each sign is in need of the wood backs and wood frames being replaced and new paint all around. The lettering is engraved and will also need paint. Nathan needs you to help fund his Eagle Scout...

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The Fall Festival Carnival: More than Meets the Eye
Oct28

The Fall Festival Carnival: More than Meets the Eye

The Fall Festival Carnival offers food, fun rides, a petting zoo, and exciting games. There was an artist carving wooden statues with a chainsaw. Carter blood care and the Hunt regional mobile mammography coach were out for the community as well. But there’s one opportunity that stands out from the rest. The Broken Wheel Ranch Project is offering horse rides to the public at the carnival to raise money for their cause:  helping...

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Fall Festival Arts and Crafts Show Provides Something for Everyone
Oct28

Fall Festival Arts and Crafts Show Provides Something for Everyone

The Fall Festival Arts and Crafts show, located in Sulphur Springs high school entry and cafeteria, has items and gift ideas for everyone in the family. Gorgeous jewelry, canned preserves and tasty food items, metal work, quilts, purses, stuffed animals, hand-made pens, baking mixes, aroma-therapy items, and much, much more. Visit the show Saturday to purchase stocking stuffers and gifts for people you love! The Arts and Craft show...

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DBA Awards Special Honor to a Beloved Business
Oct24

DBA Awards Special Honor to a Beloved Business

Downtown Business Alliance awarded a plaque to Leota Cone and John Sellers with City National Bank for their dedication to the DBA Fall Decorating Contest.  The bank has decorated its downtown location for fall for years and members of the community look forward to seeing the beautiful display of fall decorations each year.      City National fall display 2 City National fall display 3 City National fall display   Share...

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Jewelry and Wine makes for a Really Good Time: Main Street Uncorked
Oct23

Jewelry and Wine makes for a Really Good Time: Main Street Uncorked

The first annual Sulphur Springs street-wide “Uncorked” wine tasting was held on Saturday Oct. 21st from 2:00 to 7:00 pm. Around 25 vendors were selling wine, jewelry, olive oil, cheese, jams, knives, clothes, home decorating items and much more. With 300+ attendees throughout the day, Uncorked was an event for everyone-tables were set up with crayons and paper for families to color on, while everyone enjoyed the music...

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