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1 II [lIlNitlHLn!l;I,munlm 'l, ' =,":- ........ Page 10A - The MalakoffNews - Friday, January 21, 2(I P COURTESY PHOTO Clover Kids Christmas Party . The Henderson County 4-H Clover Kids Club held its C i of Cole Adair in Brownsboro. Members made Christina,. i Home residents to be delivered along with lap blankets : canes alter the meeting. While at the nursing home the i Christmas songs for the residents. The next meeting w i pleting the entries for the Project Show that is held with : stock Show in March. Clover Kids make projects for : the public. Please come out to the Henderson County i support the kids of Henderson County. ;h Art Special to The News Student artists across Texas take notice: It's time to start preparing your entrics tbr the 2()11 Wildlife Forever State- l-'Ish Art Contest. '.The contest is open to all students in public, private or home schools and requires submission of a one-page e~say and a drawing of an of- ficially recognized state fish. .E~tD" deadline is March 31 e~lch year. ontest rules, guidelines place $500. Prizes in the ~md 7-9 grade levels are $ tbr first; $75 for second; tbr third. Additional support tbr contest is provided by St King Lures, the Willian Armentrout Fotmdation Friends of the Texas Fr water Fisheries Center. One outstanding piec~ artwork each year is sole for the Art of Conserva Award, and a commem tire stamp featuring the ristmas meeting at the home cards for the Chandler Nursing landkerchiefs and candy met in the activity room to sing be a Valentine Party and com- le Henderson County Live- age group to be viewed by restock and Project Show to -6 Educators who wish to )0 have their students enter the 50 contest can download the free "State-Fish Art Contest Los- he son Plan" at www.state- ke The interdiscipli- E. nary curriculum includes los- ad sons and activities, a species h- identification section profil- ing each state fish. a glossary of and student worksheets. ed [.ocated in Brooklyn Con- ionter, Minnesota, Wildlife For- ra-ever is a non-profit multi- krt- species conservation organi- CR Elementary Honor Rolls Cross Roads ElementarySantos, Trenton Sims, Dono- Honea School recently released its van Slayter A-B Honor Roll third six-weeks honor rolls.3rd Grade Trevor Baker, James 1st Grade A Honor Roll Brawley, Aaron Davidson, A Honor Roll Griffin Cook, Sam Ervin, Luc Hyles, Dylan Milam, Logan Cook, Hannah Maddox Fletcher, Alyssa Ethan Pea{son, Allan Tatom, Covert, Jace Davis, Brooke Hall, Bailey Hughes, Brett Brett Arden, Sarah Davis, Lawrence, Gavin Lotion,Neal, Aspen Odom, Skylar Abby Horton, Bailee Stan- Colbi Sanders, SavannahWilliams, Caitlin Baker, field, Jonathan Warren, Rea- Wasinger, Brittney Baker. Blaine Hendry, Mikenna gan Bellah, Tye Bratton, Avanti Roberts Rainwater, Orin Henry, Anna Karson Fletcher, Seth Hill, A-B Honor Roll Parsons, Tucker Watson, Joey Lexy Pagitt, Wesley Rogers, Dylan Bolt, Ashlynn White, Lara McKee Michael Smith, Casey Wii- Burgess, Triston Costlow, A-B Honor Roll son Michael Ellis, Brianna Henry, Adrian French, Kobi 5th Grade Cole Malcom, Hannah Pr/or, McGlaun, Stacia McKee, A Honor Roll Madison Roberts, Allison Riggin Smith, Erik Waldo, Grayson Cain, Cheyanne Williams, Brooklyn Cook, Brandon Bell, Nell Byers, Robertson, Cody Weaver, Madison Himes, KirstenKin- Brooklyn Goodrich, Jordan Eden White, Asllyn Ingle, sey. AlexisKeniston Hooten, Preston Milam, Ryan Honea, Julia Harris, 2nd Grade Ethan Smith, Baleigh Traylor, Conner Rainwater, Austin A Honor Roll Harley Bennett, EthanRainwater, Phoenix Slayter TtTce Betts, Whimee Burr, McGlaun, Claire Spivey, Pre- A-B Honor Roll Samaria Corer, Jade Hunter, ston Turner, Jacob Walker, Chris Aaron, Gracia Clark, Wes Hustead, Ethan Martin, Trent Watson, Cydine At- Amber Myers, Bradley Pryor, Bethany McSperitt, Skyler mour, Zane Hudman, Kaden Cameron Rogers, Brandon Mershon, Preslie Penix, Kort- Mattingly, Carson McCurley, Wilson, Kiley Taton, Brimey nee l~,le. Aidan TaylorEli Wilson McCurley, Larrisa Hanson, A-B Honor Roll 4th Grade Trinity Beck, Shane Baker, Janice Hanson, Emily Bur- A Honor Roll Bailey Bay,s, Daymon En- row, Kaylob Cook, MicahHope Johnson, Tanner gert, Jared Everitt, Cameron Peeples, Aaron '.Rowe. Kelsie King, Zowie Hall, Will Malcom arid entry information can be work is produced fbr zation dedicated to conserv- aTww.~pw-~--cl:stat'e.:t[!fisfiar'"s~n;p are use--d to"fund I~n--"~;tage: Wor~,~;i"~:~;E~'~t, , ' ' ~$Y~:lO'ro t.~ servation pr6jects. In 20~0 a roots level, Wildlife Forever I ~upport for the Texas divi- drawing of a steelhead ~)ut has funded conservat, on proj- ] .ql dliv~n I::~milv R~nd Pl~v~ P,ql IMt2 sion ofthe contest is provided by Liberty High School ects in all 50 states, commit- I rum n ,,,] ,.,,..4, --..4] v --vv, ,v b~' the 1byota Texas Bass iorAnh Thu Do was sei~t~ted ting millions of dollars to I C asSi ;, which makes it pos- as the Art of Conserv on "on-the-ground" efforts. [ A record crowd enjoyed the January Fellowship Dinner at the P /ne , ings United: sibl for the top three Texas winner. The 2011 winnerl vill Wildlife Forever supports I Methodist Church and a special program by Sullivan Family Band. The mother, tries in each grade level to be unveiled at the hati nal habitat restoration and I na, played the drums, 4-year-oU Nathan I .Itm keyboard, 13- ear-otd Rachel ~in cash prizes. First place in expo to be held at the "I~xas hancement, land acquisition, / played lhe bass and S-ye, ar-old Andrew did vocals. "lt~e hit of the evening was12-year- g~ades ! 0-12 wins $1,000; Freshwater F,shenes C~ter research and managementlot I old, Dantelle mng~ng with her father M chael, Mary Did ou Know. s~cond place $750; third June 25. II fish and wildlife populations. [ Nominations sought for TFFC Hall of Fame Maxme and Larry Members of the Henderson County Retired School ' sonnel enjoyed a little humor at their January i Dr. Jim Richardson playing Larry King on "Larry King Live" interviewed "Maxine", of the cartoon "Maxine" :fame, played by his wife, Jan I iwas "Advice on getting older," with lots of I iin" It lilted spirits on a cold and slightly dreary day. Special toThe News angler or media. The nominee, inAthens. Murski, Albert S. Bradley, Individuals or organiza- must be a Texan or Texas or- Prior inductees includeRichard M. Hart, William B. tions that have made a lasting ganization. Individuals may Floyd Mabry, Jackie Hewlett, ("Doe") Shehon, Charlie contribution to freshwater be either living or deceased. R.D. Hull, Bob Kemp, Nick Pack, Paul Hinton, Edward fishing in Texas may be nora- One nominee will be chosen Cr~me, Charlie Inman, Sugar Bond and Philip Durocher. inated through l:eb. 28 tbr in- by an independent selection Ferris, Leonard Ranne, Earl Nomination forms and in- duction into the Texas Fresh- committee mad tbrmally in- Golding, Kathy Magers, the structions are available on the water Fishing Hall of Fame. ducted during the annu~! 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