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Friday, April 14, 2006 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 3 iiil JENNIFER STONE-HANNIGAN/THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff High School Junior Nicole Hines scrubs the roof of a car clean at the junior class car wash, which was held at Brookshire's on April 1. Those who are interested in supporting the junior class can call Glenda Tinsley at the high school at 903-489-1527. Runoff Continued from Page l for me." votes, or 47 percent while has been very cordial and nice. She also had kind words for her Underhill had 236 votes, or36.25 It's been a good experience." supporters and the residents of percent. Attorney Steve Lynch Barnett thanked the people Pct. 5. took 60 votes and Wflliam Parker who supported him in his efforts "Thank you to the people of had 49 votes. to secure the Republican JP 5 Pct. 5 for your encouraging In March, Arthus won the nomination, words and support during the pri- Democrat Party nomination by "I couldn't have done it with- mary race and the runoff race defeating Susan Till 112-103. out the people who have made for Justice of the Peace Pct. 5," Henderson County's results in phone calls for me and put up she said. "This was a success- three statewide runoff elections signs for me," he said. "I've had ful race any way you look at it. included: so much help. I couldn't have The Lord has blessed me with Republican nomination for done it without them." the pleasure of meeting new Judge, CourtofCriminalAppeals, Underhill actually led in early people and forming new friend- Place 8: Charles Holcomb 265, voting, 53 votes to 15. ships." Terry Keel 135. "I'm disappointed," she said Barnett topped a list of four Democratic nomination for Tuesday evening. "But I've won Republicans seeking the party's United States Senator: Barbara either way, because I had a nomination for the seat in the AnnRadnofsky 104, Gene Kelly chance to get out and meet the March primary, but didn't come 9. people, away with the 50 percent plus Democratic nomination for "I've always based this on one vote needed to win the elec- Lieutenant Governor: Benjamin what the Lord has in store for tion. Z. Grant 84, Maria Luisa me, and He knows what's ahead In March, Barnett earned 306 Alvarado 27. Festival Continued fromPage 1 on Mitcham Street by Malakoff Melto n Street. chance to try the winning en- City Hall at l p.m. Ribbons willbe The'. entertainment willbepro- tries, awarded for the best dressed pet, vided by Whiplash, a local group But food isn't the only thing of the best pet trick and the best that contains a familiar face or interest at Malakoff's annual owner/petpair, two. party. The event will start long be- There will also be a hat contest "Tl' ey can do rock and roll. fore the first bite of combread is at 1:30 p.m. and prizes will be They can do country. They can eaten, handed out for the most unusual do just a little bit of everything," The celebration is set to kick off hat, the largest hat and the best said Pat Isaacson, organizerofthe at 9 a.m. with vendors of all types, decorated hat. event. Last year's vendors offered every- Awards for the pet and hat cat- Texas State Knife and Toma- thing from stained glass to tradi- egories will be announced at 2 hawk Championship - which has tionalfair fare. p.m. happened concurrently with the For those who are not the best in the kitchen, there are still cl-mnces to pull in an accolade or two. The pet contest will take place JENNIFER STONE-HANNIGAN/THE MALAKOFF NEWS Kenneth (left) and Ethan Owens of Malakoff take their turn at Saturday's citywide clean-up to unload a truck full of various debris at the city's drop-off site. Twice a year, the city provides free trash dropoff for those who live in the city. "The residents of Malakoff really appreciate the city doing tl s," said Kenneth Owens. ion for men Special to The News It's time to register for the eighth annual Komen Tyler Race for the Cure, set for Saturday, May l 3 at Bergfeld Park. The Race is open to runners and walkers of all ages and ability levels. The first 5,000 registrants are guaranteed a t-shirt. Breast cancer survivors will also re- ceive a pink cap and pink t-shirt. The team registration deadline is April 13. A team is a group of ten or more people who pre-reg- ister at one time for the race. For more information, team cap- tains should call the Komen Tyler affiliate office at 903-561- 6992. Team registration is $18. Team members receive their race t-shirts and bibs before the event and are registered to win prizes. : You can also register for the race on-line at www.komentyler.org. Pre-registration for the race for individuals is $20 or you can register on race day for $25. For a $50 registration fee, the "In the Pink" package includes reserved parking, one race entry and your The evening will end with a Combread Festival for the past i choice of a race jacket, tote or street dance from 5-7 p.m. The several years- will be taking place i blanket. dance will take place between city at the Malakoff Community Cen- i Children 12 and under can reg- hall and First Baptist Church on ter on April 29 and 30.! ister for $12. All registered chil- dren ages 8 and under are in- vited to participate in the kid's dash at 7:45 a.m. All will receive an award. At 7 a.m. all survivors are in- vited to a free breakfast and at 7:30 a.m. survivors will form a pink ribbon for a group photo. At 8 a.m. the one mile co-ed fun ran/walk begins while the 5K co- ed run/walk begins at 8:30 a.m. The awards ceremony starts at 9:45 a.m. If getting up early on a Satur- day is not your thing or you will be out of town you can register for the Sleep in for the Cure pro- gram. For $25 you receive a t- shirt, bib, special pillowcase and other promotional items. Pre-registration locations: May 2 -- Brookshires in Athens (10 a.m.-2 pro.) May 3 -- Wal-mart in Jack- sonville (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) May 4 -- B.J. Taylor in Henderson (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) May 5 -- Barron's bookstore in Longview (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) May 6 -- M.A. Simms in Tyler (10 a.m.-3 p.m.) May 8 -- Regions Bank downtown Tyler (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) E1Charro#2 in Tyler (5 p.m.- 9 p.m.) May 9 -- CBS 19 in Tyler (5 p.m.-7 p.m.) May 10 -- M.A. Simms in Tyler (11 a.m.-2 p.m.) May 11 -- Broadway Square Mall (8 a.m.-7 p.m.) May 12 -- Broadway Square Mall (8 a.m.-5 p.m.) Help us decorate Bergfeld Park with large pink tulips in honor, appreciation or memory of a special one. Tulips are avail- able at all registration sites for $10 each. Bergfeld Park will be filled with many activities and booths from our local and national sponsors on race day. Enjoy the free goodies. You can also support the race by shopping on race day at the Komen boutique.Again there will be a special children's ac- tivities area. Also again this year UPS will check your purses, strollers, etc. while you partici- pate in the race. Take 2, the classic rock band from Tyler will perform at the amphitheater all morning. Several great prizes will be given out at the awards cer- emony including a Tag Heuer watch courtesy of R.L. Davis to the first place breast cancer survivor. For more information visit www.komen.org. to 0 Fourteen hospitals. Fo physician offices and healthcare clinics. Dozens of million-dollar machines, Scores of ambulances: Hundreds of specialists. Six thousand people, serving hundreds of thousands Of East Texans each year. seem:lilce:one Ng numbers game, But we never forget that everything we do comes down to one: :i!i~i