The Bright Star Gardeners Club presented a check for $1,115 to be included in the fund for a new Senior Citizens Building. Mickey Mills and Hillis Bass made the presentation from money brought in by the raffle of a handmade rocking horse. There is now almost $10,000 in the fund according to Center Director Karon Weatherman. A search is on for donated land located within the city limits of Sulphur Springs. Plans for an 8,000 foot facility have been drawn up. Everyone is welcome to donate any amount of money by mailing a check made out to “Senior Citizens Building Fund” to the Sr’s Center, 150 MLK Drive, Sulphur Springs, Texas 75482.
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