Grayson Hall in Kelly Square will be overflowing with people from the community coming to experience the tree lighting of the Light Up A Life tree on Monday night, December 2. Home Hospice of Grayson, Cooke, & Fannin Counties has decorated the tree annually to remember patients and the lives they lived. Each light and each dove placed on the tree represents special family members or friends.
Guardian Hospice and Traditions Senior Living and Memory Care are offering a "Grief Support Group" for the holidays.
Guardian Hospice and Traditions Senior Living and Memory Care is offering a "Grief Support Group" for the Holidays. Free and Open to the public.
Fannin County Community Ministries, Inc. (FCCM Food Pantry) WILL BE CLOSED THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 2ND. Even though it opened last week in its new building at 1022 FM 273, those who came found the pantry still getting organized.
Tommy and Loretta Oliver will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception held on Saturday, November 30 at 2:00 p.m. at the Baptist Church in Windom, Texas. Hosting the reception will be their children: Lance and Tracie Oliver along with Brad and Leslie Oliver.
Since its introduction to American soil in 1790, the crape myrtle has become one of the most popular ornamental trees in America. This “lilac of the south” has achieved the title of Texas state shrub and continues to be one of Texan’s favorite trees. Beautiful panicles of flowers range in color from deep violet hues to pure white, some crape myrtles blooming for as long as one hundred twenty days. Some can achieve sky-high elevation, reaching as much as one hundred feet, while others reach a maximum of less than one foot.
The City of McKinney kicks off the annual Spread the Love peanut butter drive on Monday, Dec. 2. To celebrate the season of giving, the city is collecting peanut butter donated by employees and residents for the Community Food Pantry Bank in McKinney. Peanut butter jars smaller than 40 oz. can be dropped off at several city facilities from Monday, Dec. 2 through Friday, Dec. 13.
The highly anticipated expansion to the Kimbell Art Museum, designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) and Kendall/Heaton Associates, opens to the public on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. artist's rendering
“Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” Sound familiar? Well of course it does, it was part of John F. Kennedy’s inaugural speech on January 20, 1961. President Kennedy was challenging all citizens to contribute in some way to the public good. Do you apply this to your daily life? Are you a leader or a follower? The executives and managers of Red River Regional Hospital have challenged one another to be leaders in all aspects of their lives, not just at work.