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Page 2A - The News - ....... _~ .... Friday, April 20, 2012 Lettem to the Editor ...... : Chamber says thank you Dear Editor, "Thanks" neverseemslike:a good enough word m be able to express your appreciation for the hard -work-that semeene-&~ .but J. use .it anyway. The Malakoff Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all the chamber members who put in long hours at the Cornbread FestivM, We would also like to thank Ann Barker, Tim Whitely and his staff of hard working men. Without these folks the festival would not go as easy as it does Thanks again, This year was a rip-roaring success and the chamber knows that the credit goes to these folks. Pat lsaaeson Malakoff ............ Community Calendar CommuniO; Odemlar is published in each issue fi~,e of charge. Deadline fbr publication is .5 p.m. Mon- day. To place an item in Commmfi(y Calendar (:all 903-489-0531 or fax items to 903-489-2543. Items may Mxo be dropped c)jf at 7~e Malakoff Nev,:s qffice, or e-mailed al malnews@ embarqmaiL corn. Rainbow Girls membership party The Athens Masonic Youth Rainbow Gifts and hokt a mere- Athens. Event begin at 4:30 p.m. with a plant sale; dinner seating at 5:45 p,m.. followed by gm.~t speaker Steven Chamblee, chief horticulturist fi)r Chandor Gardens in Weatherford, landscape designer, con- sulting editor and write for Nell Sperry's GARDENS IVlagazine and a silent auc- tion to close the evening. "rickets are $20 at the AgriLitb ONce, 903-675- 6130. More information can be [bund at htq~://hen- bership party on "gatfffd@,- ....... Mason!c.pancake April 21. from 2 to 4 pJn. at the Athens Masonic Lodge (2030 US Hwy 175 East. AthensL Gifts from 8 to 20 years of age and their parenvguardian are wel- come m attend. There will be games, refreshments, and an intbrmational ses- sion For in~brmation & to RSVP, contact Mrs. Donna Dean g03-345-2001. Master Gardeners Conference Henderson Cxmnty Mas- er Gardeners Spring Ckm- ference "Great Gardening Ideas" Saturday, a, pril 21. Eastern Hills Church of ChrisL 1200 East Corsi- cana and HTx, y 175 East. Breakf~iSt ............. - The Malakoff Masonic Lodge is holding its annu- al Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, ,April 28, al the Masonic Hall. 110 Jack- son St.. located across the street from the old stone school There will be pan- cakes, sausage, coffee and juice. The event will be fi:om 7 a.m. until ll a.m. Cost is .!;5. Chaplain to speak at VNA Hospice chaplain Clay- ton McCord will speak on the "Lost and Found: Heal- ing the Sorrow!' at the May I bereavement luncheon hosted by the Visiting Malakoff city wide clean up scheduled for April 28 From Staff Reports Malakoff's CitY Wide Spring Cleanup quill be held from 8 a.m. to 3.p,m, Saturday,,April 28, This year, the clean up will be at the 'city warehouse,:206 N..Terry St. City employees will be available to help res- idents dispose of trash and debris at. no charge from.,8-11 a.m; The city is asking that bulky items be placed at the curb. Residents will need to provide a driver's li- cense and city water bill. The following will not be accepted: as- bestos, batteries or freon, oils or gasoline. medical waste, whole tires, hazardous waste, pesticides, liquid paint, or CFCs. Nurse Association. 7500 orl-800-345-0576. The luncheon is fromFPP Wattle Breakfast noon to I pan. in the Com- The t lth Annual Family reunifyRoom of the Kauf- Peace Project Waffle man County Library on 3790 S. Houston St, in Kautinan. There is no cost to attend the lunch~m. VNA's bereavement hmcheons offer supportive company from ffien liy and understanding people to in- dividuals who have suf- fered the loss of a loved one. Additional inf0nnation about the luncheon can be obtained by calling Clay- ton McCord at 972-962- Break:fast will be hdd from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 5, at the United Methodist Church (225 Lovers Lane) in AthenS. Tickets are $6 per person in advance, $7 at the door. Children under 5 are free. Call 903-677-9177 for in- formation. There will also be a Carter Blood Center blood drive benefiting the victims of family vMence in Henderson County that morning. COURTESY PHOTO Star Ha orart]is!s- .............. chosen for exhibit sool Three artists from the Star Ha rborwaterc'olor "- ety were chosen by the nationally known artist Robert Burddge to exhibit their paintings in the 2012 SoCietY of Watercolor Artists International Art Exhibit in Fort Worth. Tile artwort Of Carolyn Seely, Norma Fitzwater, and Davilla Harding were [e)5{ed rin-T7Tffnl gs #o matt-ovePthe United .... States and as far away as Malaysia. The exhibit wilt be open to the punic from April 15- June 22 at the downtown Ft. Worth Central Library Atrium Gallery with a reception being held Sunday, May 6, from 2- 4 p,m. All are invited to view the exhibit during this time in support of local artists and to view extraordi- nary watercolor artwork. "My Pl umber Will Smell -Good And ..... or " : + . ~ ": ! L. P . 903-887~9900 903+675-6540 ~"~:~ M-38248 www.M.yCleanPlambencom Malakoff Pharmacy Yon Plmrmaey+Yo~tr Neighborhood-~bnrThoice 409 W. Royall Blvd., Malakoff Plaza LRTrE&S TO TttE EI~TOR POLICY - . The Malakoff News encourages our readem to ex- press the: " " For a bet*or chance at publication, the letter should: - Be original andmust be signed by the writer. Un- signed letters wilt not be considered for publication, - All tettet~ should contain a daytime phone number or mailing address tbr verification.. Letters that are con- sidered to be libelous, slanderous, co~ mining dethma- tog remaNs or in poor taste will not be punished, Let- tees of a political nature will not be published after early w)ting begins, Letters condemning or praising businesses will not be published. [' ?:l~5 v,'. Roy~llt3ivd.,Ste 6 ~~ // MT, VERNON 9:00 a, m, TRADES I:00 t3,m. RETIRE FLAGS 2:00 p,m, TRACTOR SHOW 4:30 plm, CHILI JUDGING 5:30 p.m. CHILI SERVED 6:30 p.m. MUSIC The ETMC Orthopedic InstitUte: Standing by Dr, David Bowtes and DE Kevin Fain of the ETMC Orthopedic Institute in Athens have decades of experience as board-certified and fellowship4ralned orthopedic surgeons. lhey t~ave performed countless procedures on st~oulders, elbows, hips, knees and other ioints of Lhe body. Together they have kept generations of Henderson County residents on ~he. job; in the game and actlw~ In their personal lives. Dr. Bowleg arid Dr, FaJ~] are part of a system of o~thopedgc care tl]at serves Atl]ens. Henderson. Jacksonville and Tyler, Tl~ey perfom] tf]ese and other olthopedic procedL~res: + A+throscopy of knee and shoulder joints + Carpat and cubital tunnel release Fmdure sprain and dislocat~on management re}~ir Rotator cuff repair .......... - .gteroid inj~.lions to r~uce joint ~]~1- ........... + Totat joint replacement of Nps and knees You don't, have tO. livew!th joint paht. :f at~d you don't have to travelfar, Io get :the gold standard 0f care,-Call)tie ETMC Orthopedic Instttuie In Athens at 903-675-9526 ETMC Amens expansion. ::: benefits orthopedic patients L . A new surgery department complete,~ i. With five sutt~ .reco~,~ry area a~+d day surgeiy space is [)art of.the.tree hi. renov~itlOt~ at ETMc Athens. Patients are pleased'Mth the:l#dVate ~ind.cdfiven~ent envifonmerd of tfle:Secbnd floor addition: Tl, e ETMC Rehabllitatio; Ce~,ltels h'l Athens, GUn Barrel City and Canton also help orthopedic parleYS.get, t,Q their regular actMties by olferliN ~etvlces b~li " ."!5 .er + + ......... -~ .,t:.+. ............. III~II OlllrllOlllE~ M.mrilrltl'IE ]., ,, Athens Henderson ~acksonville Tyler j0y: To r de Cypress Bike Race, Kite Feet