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Bid For New Senior Citizens Center, Grant Application On Aug. 3 City Council Agenda
Aug02

Bid For New Senior Citizens Center, Grant Application On Aug. 3 City Council Agenda

Budget Workshop For 2021-22 Budget To Precede Regular Tuesday Meeting Sulphur Springs City Council will hold two meetings Tuesday, a workshop and a regular monthly meeting. The elected officials are slated to discuss and consider acting on a bid for a pre-engineered metal building to become a new senior citizens center during the regular council meeting at 7 p.m. Aug. 3., as well as a number of other items, including a reinsurance...

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City Council To Consider Selecting Architect For New Senior Citizens Center
Jun02

City Council To Consider Selecting Architect For New Senior Citizens Center

Real Property Deliberations To Be Conducted During Executive Session Selection of an architect for the new senior citizens building, purchase of a new sewer truck, COVID-19 funding and a real property matter are among the items on the agenda for Tuesday night’s regular meeting of Sulphur Springs City Council. For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic caused business closures and enforced social distancing, the City Council...

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Clearing The Path For A New Senior Citizens Center
Mar28

Clearing The Path For A New Senior Citizens Center

Work continued this week, clearing the path for construction of a new Senior Citizens Center, to be constructed on Oak Avenue. An old structure on Oak Avenue was torn down this week and the site will be cleared off so that a new activity center for senior citizens can be constructed on the property. In the Nov. 5, 2019 Election 77.49 percent of Sulphur Springs residents casting ballots voted to allow up to $200,000 per year in...

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Funding Still Sought To Help Furnish New Senior Citizens Center
Jan02

Funding Still Sought To Help Furnish New Senior Citizens Center

Oak Avenue property where a new senior citizens activity center is to be constructed Sulphur Springs residents in the fall of 2019 approved a multi-million dollar outlay for the construction of a new center on Oak St. The money for the project will come from sales tax dollars provided by the EDC. The Sulphur Springs/Hopkins County EDC is a Type A Sales Tax Corporation that receives approximately $1.6 million annually to fund...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Agrees To ‘Strike Off’ Oak Avenue Property To City For New Senior Citizens Center
Aug17

Sulphur Springs ISD Agrees To ‘Strike Off’ Oak Avenue Property To City For New Senior Citizens Center

House Built By CTE Students Still Unsold Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees were asked during their regular August meeting to consider taking action regarding two different properties owned by the school. Oak Avenue Properties Trustees agreed to “strike off” and give to the city tracts of property located on Oak Avenue, where a nursing home used to be located. The property has been abandoned and...

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City Council Calls For Special Election To Help Fund Pacific Park Improvements, New Senior Citizens Center
Jul03

City Council Calls For Special Election To Help Fund Pacific Park Improvements, New Senior Citizens Center

Sulphur Springs voters will be asked Nov. 5 to go to the poles to determine whether or not to allow economic development funds to be used to help fund improvement at Pacific Park and to build a new center for senior citizens. The city council was asked to approve a resolution for the special election to allow the EDC sales and use tax funding to be used by the city’s parks department for qualified 4B projects, including...

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City Officials Propose Plan To Help Fund New Senior Citizens Center, Pacific Park Improvements
Jun19

City Officials Propose Plan To Help Fund New Senior Citizens Center, Pacific Park Improvements

Sulphur Springs City Council is expected to be asked during their July meeting to call for an election which would help fund improvements at Pacific Park and construction of a new Senior Citizens Center. City Manager Marc Maxwell during the June council meeting said the election would simply allow the city to utilize funds designated for business development to be spent for other purposes. Maxwell said the city in 1999 took the same...

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Quilt Raffle for a New Senior Citizens Center
Jan12

Quilt Raffle for a New Senior Citizens Center

Some ladies from Lone Star Quilt Guild got together and made a quilt for us to Raffle off to raise funds for a New Senior Citizens Center. Tickets are $ 1.00 each or 6 for $ 5.00 Tickets can be purchase at the Sulphur Springs Senior Center 150 Martin Luther King Blvd Quilt can be seen at the Senior Center, too.

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Fundraiser To Be Held For New Senior Citizens Center
Nov10

Fundraiser To Be Held For New Senior Citizens Center

On Saturday, December 9th at 7:00 PM the Reilly Springs Jamboree will hold the December Jamboree at the Senior Citizens Center as a fundraiser for a new Senior Citizens Building. The cost will be $10.00 a person, as well as an optional donation. We are hoping to raise a lot of money with live music as well as a dance floor for all to enjoy. Bring a friend, and come hear some great music and help us raise funds for a new Senior...

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Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1950 Donates for NEW Senior Citizens Center
Feb21

Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1950 Donates for NEW Senior Citizens Center

The Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1950 made a donation towards a NEW Senior Citizens Center.  They  made the donation in Memory of Juanita Wallace.  Juanita  was their classmate and a LONG time Volunteer at the Senior Citizens Center.   The Class of 1950 Challenges EVERY Graduating Class  to make a donation towards acquiring a New Senior  Citizens Center.  

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