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PAGE 2 - The Malakoff News - Friday, June 23, 2006 Community calendar is published in each issue free of charge. Deadline for publication is 5 p.m. Mon- day. To place an item in Community 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. Fund set up for family An account has been set up at First State Bank Malakoff to help defray the funeral costs for Joie Teague. Teague, who lives in the Malakoff area, was killed in an automobile accident on Loop 7 in Athens on Sunday evening. Those who wish to donate can stop by the bank, which is located on East Royall Street (Hwy. 31). Trinidad church schedules fish fry The First Baptist Church of Trinidad is hosting a fish fry and raffle for the winner's choice of a bull or heifer on June 24 at 12 noon to raise funds for the youth program. The cost of the dinner is $5 for adults and $3 for children. If you would like to pur- chase raffle tickets or fish fry tickets, please contact Danny or Crystal Wilson at 903-675- 4688. God Bless you. Mankin Cemetery gathering June 24 The Mankin Cemetery Homecoming will be June 24. The event will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. Hamburgers and drinks will be served. The event will also include a rifle sale and a cake sale. To make a donation to the cemetery association, send checks to Bobby Huff. The cemetery is located three miles north of Trinidad off State Highway 274. MHS Class of 1966 reunion scheduled The classes of '66 will be having a reunion at Caney Cove Resort in Caney City from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. July 8. Friends of these classes are cordially invited to attend. Also, the classes '65 and '67 will be guests at the reunion. For more information, please call 903-432-2320, 903-451-3666 or 903-489- 2170. Coast guard flotilla holding safety class The Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 5-14, Cedar Creek Lake, will be holding a boat- ing safety class on Saturday, July 8 at their Headquarters Building located off of Hwy 274 in Tool near Don's Port Marina. Class will begin at 8:30 am. K/DSFIRST To register, or if you have questions about classes, boat- ing safety or about the lake, please call 903-432-4490 or 903-432-4802. TVCC announces driving schedule Trinity Valley Community College has scheduled sev- eral defensive driving classes. Defensive Driving for Se- niors is scheduled for July 18 and 19; July 25 and 26; and Aug. 15 and 16. The classes are taught by Anderson Defensive Driving School. After completing the course, students will receive a National Safety Council DDC Certificate of Comple- tion which may make student eligible for point reduction or ticket dismissal. Tuition for defensive driv- ing classes is $40. Tuition for Defensive Driv- ing for senior students 60 years old or older is $35. Call 903-675-6212 for in- formation or.t0 register. Class of '76 planning reunion The Class of 1976 is plan- ning a reunion for Oct 7, 2006. We need addresses for former students. If you have any informa- tion, please contact Davana at 903-675-1365 or e-mail j ohndavana @ aol.com. More information concern- ing location and time of the reunion is pending. Friends of the Animals needs bags Are those plastic grocery bags piling up? Wouldn't recy l NEW CHANNELS lOW AVAILABLE CALL NORTHLAND aBLE .TELEVISION www.northlandcablelv.corn Call to sign up today! Deluxe $29.99 price volid for 90 days. Slanda~d Deluxe rate applies after 90 days. Offer valid for new customers only. Franchise fees, taxes, and inslallotion not included. Cannot combine more than one discount in a service category. May not be available in atl areas. Some restrictions may app We need them at the Friends of the Animals Clinic on Tuesdays. Please bring them to the clinic on Tuesday if possible - or deliver' them to Blueb- onnet Emporium any day of the week. Volunteers needed Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Trin- ity Valley is in need of volun- teers. CASA is part of a national organization which advocates f0r'children who have been removed from their homes due to severe abuse and ne- glect. 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 children in Henderson, Anderson and Cherokee counties, utilizing volunteers in the county in which those volunteers re- side. In Henderson County alone, there have been 46 children assigned to CASA since the beginning of 2006. To learn more regarding op- portunities for becoming a CASA volunteer, call 903- 675-7070 or 800-924-8124. Cancer support group meets twice monthly .Cancer patients, survivors and support persons are in- vited to attend a support group that meets at 1 p.m. every second and fourth Tuesday at East Texas Medi- dal Center Athens in the ex: ecutive conference roorfi. more information, call 903- 677-7479 or 903-448-2028. COURTESY PHOTO Chef Simon Webster will be teaching a special cooking class beginning this week at Trinity Valley Community College. linary Jn Special to The News "I have been cooking for 30 years," Simon Webster states about his life as a chef. "I like food and I like to see people happy when eating something I cook." And now everyone who wants to learn from a master can enjoy the Culinary Smor- gasbord that Simon Webster will be introducing at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens this month. Here's your chance to learn a few tips and tricks from a man who has credentials that rival any famous chef you can name. The 4-hour introduction to culinary workshop is from 1 - 5 PM on Sunday, June 25, at TVCC, or they also accept fax enrollment with credit card in- formation to (903) 675-6388. The deadline for signing up is Thursday, June 22. "Students of all ages who possess an interest in beauti- ful and tasty food should at tend this event," Chef Simon said. "It's also a good lead-in to those who desire a culinary career." Born in Cheadle, England, Chef Simon immigrated to New Zealand with his family at the early age of five. He traveled via the South- ern Cross through the Panama Canal to his new home in Auckland, where he" stayed until he returned to En-I gland to open his first restau: the Community Services Cen- rant in Whaley Bridge. ' ' ' ~ Later, liSchtbtft6 0tii: figfit, ne [i during his tenure as: the entrance to Athens Coun- try Club on Park Drive. Webster will start with kitchen basics and safety, then to a chicken dish, sauces, and a traditional New Zealand Pavlova for dessert. Tuition is $40. You can sign up at the Con- tinuing Education Office in the Administration Building at in-flight chef for BMI Airlines,; Simon met his wife, Beki in' Northern Virginia and moved to the United States in 2003. i The Websters moved to Pal-; estine in 2004 to pursue their mutual dream of opening an intimate dining and lodging venue. Sabor a Pasion (Taste of Passion) Country House; and Bistro was born from that, dream. FUNERAL HOMES CREMATION SERVICE Our Services At No Charge For Infants Minor Children At Our Cost 903-432-4441 903-489-1500 Seven Points, TX Malakoff, TX Volunteer Fire Dept. proudly presents Sday, June 30th ' 8:00 p.tn. Trinidad School Auditorium !Prtni d, Tlci~ts $10 adva - $1S at door (]~oor l:xqm to be given svva3r) ~il~ble k4atak~Pharm~ o ~k~4f ]Rood IFttt~ ~ ~ Trtn|dad Ftrenghte~r Info Call 9023-43 2-42 S4 903-778-2 00 A country retreat bed and breakfast, located on Ander- son County Road 406, they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner by reservation Thurs- day through Sunday. The Bistro hosts cooking lessons and offers full-service catering for any size event. An executive chef with glo- bal influences and a proven track record of starting up successful catering ventures in both hemispheres, Chef" Simon will now provide would-be chefs an introduc- tion to an exciting culinary career, or just an opportunity to awaken your inner chef for your personal pleasure. He has also instructed for Kitchen Outfitters, Naples,J California; Williams-Somona, Manhattan Beach, California, and The Cook's Nook; Longview, Texas. Now all that knowledge is available to you - by signing: up for the first class that: starts June 25 at TVCC. New. culinary classes are also be ing planned for fall. The 4-week schedules for fall include "Around the Worlff in 3 0 Days", with Asian,i Latin, Northern European, and Southern European selections, and another 4-week schedule "Just Desserts", featuring custard, pastry, confection and design. Call 903-675 -6212 for more information on these fall schedules, and to sign up for this delightful culinary work- shop on June 25 in AthensI with Chef Simon Webster. '