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PAGE 2 - The Malakoff News - Friday, April 14, 2006 Community Calendar is published in each issue free of charge. Deadline for pub- lication is 5 p.m. Monday. To place an item in Commu- nity Calendar, call 903-489- 0531 or fax items to 903- 489-2543. Items may also be dropped off at The Malakoff News office, or e-mailed at malnews @ earthlink.net. Citizens National Bank holding bake sale A bake sale will be held Fri- day at the Citizens National Bank to benefit the Henderson County Relay for Life. The sale will be held from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. First Baptist schedules musical First Baptist Church of Malakoff, located at 220 W. Mitcham Street, will present "More Than Just a Man," a dra- matic Easter musical. The event will be at 7 p.m. April 14and 15 and at 6 p.m. April 16. Perfor- mances are free and tickets are available for each night. For more information, call 903-489- 0228. Malakoff FUMC schedules Easter services Malakoff First United Meth- odist Church will have Easter Sunrise service on the lawn in front of the church beginning at 6:45 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school will begin that day at 9:45 and Easter worship service will be at 10:50 a.m. The church is located at 107 South College Street, behind Malakoff Bank. Nominations needed for G/T Parents and community mem- bers may now nominate Malakoff students in grades kin- dergarten through twelve for the Gifted and Talented Program. Nominations may be picked up at the appropriate campus. For more information, call Lisa Hebrank at Malakoff Elemen- tary School, Cindy Haney at the middle school or Brenda Garrard at the high school. RootSeekers meeting April 17 The next meeting of the RootSeekers Genealogical Society will be held on April 17, 2006 at the Tri-County Li- brary in Mabank at 7pro. Our speaker will be Terry Baker a retired Assistant Deputy, Dallas County, Sheriff's Dept. His topic will be his search for the forgotten law- men of Texas. RootSeekers meetings are always held on the third Mon- day of each month at 7pm at Tri-County Library. We wel- come anyone wishing to learn, to come and learn with us. Maybe we can help each other. Petersburg Baptist holding revival Do you need salvation? Do you need to be restored? Do you just want to have a good time in the Lord? Come to Petersburg Baptist Church -- Pastor Jackie L. Coleman -- at 301 Margaret Drive in Kerens at 7:30 p.m. April 17- 21 for revival. The speaker will be Evan- gelist Robert E. Dowell of Greater Eleazer Baptist Church in Fort Worth. Poets' group meeting April 17 Poets gather 'round: The April meeting of the Trinity Valley Poetry Society of Ath- ens will be in room 114 of the Gibbs Academic Building of the Trinity Valley College on Monday, April 17 at 7 p.m. The Speaker will be Grover Newman, who will share how he came to writing po- etry and a few of his poems. This is the portoot time to got startod on that Spl'inK spruoeup! Salakoff Moors & More 309 W. RoyaH Blvd.-Malakoff 903-432-0100 Show Times 903-432-0103 Box Office www.mainplacecinema.com For week of April 14 (Fri) thru April 20 (Thu) ICE AGE 2 TAKE THE LEAD SCARY MOVIE 4 THE WILD Thanks to all my friends, family, and supporters in the recent Justice of the Peace Primary Election. I would also like to express a special thanks" to those who helped with signs, calls made and all of the word of mouth support and votes that I received. I would also like to thank my opponents for the integrity and cordialness they exhibited throughout the elections. Sincerely, Tommy Barnett Pal, Ad Pd, for by Tommy Barnett Campaign, Randy Monroe, Treas. Then we encourage you to share your poem for a chance to be published in the Athens Review and Malakoff News as Poem of the Month. The assigned topic will be to use as many of the follow- ing words as possible. "vaca- tion, solid, solitude, playful, dog, cat, don't, quit, Pringles, prod, remember, hope, cath- eter and preamble. The judge for this contest will be Libby Bishop, past poet laureate of the San An- tonio Poet's Assn. If you have any questions, please contact Evelyn Blount 903-489-3005 or eblount @ usawide.net. Democratic Women meeting this week The next meeting of the Texas Democratic Women of Henderson County will be Tuesday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the new Democratic Headquarters, 207 N. Praireville, across from the Henderson County Tax Of- fice in Athens. We will have fun, fellowship, and our monthly business meeting. For more information on the Texas Democratic Women of Henderson County, call Maxie Barton (vice presi- dent) at 903-677-1005 or Rebecca Vann (president) at 903-675-4960. If you need a ride to the meeting or can offer a ride for someone else, please call Marva Barker at 903-288- 5762 or 903-675-4494. DAR group to meet April 19 The next meeting of the Sa- rah Maples National Society Daughters of the Armerican Revolution will be held on April 19, 2006 at The Library at Cedar Creek Lake, at 1 p.m. Our speaker will be Mae Bruce, Division Chairman of Linage Research. Her topic will be "Suitcases" Our hostesses are: Pam Burke, Nadine Christall, Joyce Harris, Yolanda Moore and Sue Wilkinson. Looking forward to seeing everyone there. Anyone wishing to learn more about DAR can call Nell Walker 903-887-0628 or Nina Hendricks 903-887-5115. Make-A-Blanket Day set for April 22 On April 22, Athens/ Henderson Co. Area Project Linus Chapter will have a "Make A Blanket Day" at the United Methodist Church (E. College and Lover's Lane) in conjunction with the Fam- ily Peace Project Waffle Breakfast. We will be working from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. If possible, please bring a piece of fleece, sharp scis- sors, and the desire to help a child in need. Project Linus is a 100 per- cent volunteer, non-profit or- ganization. We are looking for "blanketeers" to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to chil- dren who are seriously ill, traumatized or otherwise in need by making and donating new, washable blankets, quilts or afghans to our local chap- ter. If you would like more infor- mation, please contact: Meg, 675-4295, or email megtkr @earthlink.net Scholarship available to area students The Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club is offering a $500 scholarship to graduat- ing seniors from the Malakoff, Trinidad, Mabank, Eustace and Kemp ISDs who plan to attend an accred- ited college in 2006. Students should contact their school counselor for criteria and applications. Deadline to ap- ply is April 30. Volunteers needed Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Trin- ity Valley is in need of vol- unteers. CASA is part of a national organization which advocates for children who have been removed from their homes due to severe abuse and neglect. Professionally trained vol- unteers from the community advocate for these children as court-appointed guardians ad-litum, facilitating their journeys toward safe, loving, permanent homes. Offices in Athens, CASA of Trinity Valley serves chil- dren in Henderson, Ander- son and Cherokee counties, utilizing volunteers in the county in which those volun- teers reside. In Henderson County alone, there have been 46 children assigned to CASA since the beginning of 2006. To learn more regarding opportunities for becoming a CASA volunteer, call 903- 675-7070 or 800-924-8124. MHS alumni holding reunion The Malakoff High School Class Reunion will take place Saturday, June 24 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Caney Cove Resort Pavilion. For more information call Sonja Hodge Baker at 903-489- 1068 or e-mail phustead@ earthlink.net. 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