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Friday, June 23, 2006 - The Malakoff News. PAGE 7 COURTESY PHOTO Represmtatlves from Tarrant Regional Water District, The Greater Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Gun Barrel City meet in the fLrst planning sessionfor the 2006 Cedar Creek Lake Clean-up, scheduled for September 23, 2006. This amual clean-up features a morning of volunteers doing roadside clean-up, fol- lowed a noon picnic at Tom Finley Park with food, door prizes, llve music and kids' activltes, i 2 - .' . ay camp nce Specia]to The News exceptional opportunities to people between the ages ofi For botkparents and kids, enjoy activities and resources 6 and 19 are overweight andi the long s,mmer is here and that are often unavailable to on a very unhealthy path toi it's nevertoo early to start them during the school year." adulthood. thinking aout summer vaca- In addition to the range of "The number of overweight i tion activies, activities offered at Lake children in the U.S. has more Parents re concerned with Area YMCA day camp, par- than doubled since 1980. ensuring hat their children ents also have the flexibility Increasing the levels of are safe, apervised, and en- of enrolling their youngsters physical activity in the lives gaged in ctivities that keep during sessions that suit their of our children is a critical their min, and bodies active, needs, component of this country's Youngstes eagerly look for- For example, if a parent efforts to help children get l ward to tae free time, and only wants a child to partici- healthier," Lane said. JENNIFER STONE-HANNIGAN/THE MALAKOFF NEWS Storyteller Linda Rau entertains the crowd at the Red Waller Community Library last week with an enactment of the famous tale of the "Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly.'" Rau presented the featured program on June 15 and June 22 as part of the library's summer reading program. Fair committee awards scholarship Special to The News The East Texas State Fair recently announced the 2005- 2006 scholarship recipients The recipients were selected from numerous applicants Selected recipients included Holly Siggelow of Cross Roads High School The money for the scholar- simply wnt to have fun and pate two days a week, our "No other organization is i learn something new. Lake day camp can accommodatebetter positioned to help i ships is received off the gate Area YI A day camp pro-that schedule on a spaceyoung people get healthier l receipts each year form the grams ofer a solution de- available basis, and feel connected to theiri Sneak-A-Peel nights of the signed a keep everyone "YMCA programs are de- communities during summeri fair. slgnedtomeetmeneettsana nlonths; than America'si Ea.ch recipient received happy t ;#umqlfd, " ' " '"~,~*~" i Dayc!alla forW i one " "" S busy' YMCAs," said i $3,000 to be awarded at $750 of the tg programs offered famfli 's; Lane added. "We encourage parents and [ per semester. bymorehan 1,700 Ys offer- YMCA day camp programs kids to experience ouri The recipient must be en- ing it. Shce YMCAs are in- are always designed to pro- longstanding commitment toi rolled at least 12 semester vide opportunities for physi- strengthening the spirits cal activity, minds and bodies of kids first- This is vital due to statis- hand." tics from the Centers for Dis- Call 903-713-9622 to learn ease Control and Prevention more about Lake Area reporting that 9 million young YMCA day camp for youth. mU DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS from 11-3 #1- #13 $4.10 from 3 till closing $5.15 Monday Chicken Fried Steak $3.99 Tuesday. Quesadillas $6.00 Wednesday. T-Bone Steak $8.00 Thursday. Enchiladas #14,#15,#16 $3.50 Friday. Rib Eye Steak $8.00 Saturday. Fajita's for Two $14.25 Beef, Chicken or Combo Phone In Orders Welcome 1614 Hwy. 31 W. 327 FM 316 South Malakoff 903-489-2922 Eustace 903-425-2922 i hour:s at Tyler Junior College. Teach your child the value of money and the benefits of saving with our easy-to-use accounts for kids. Accounts for children under 12 feature no minunaum balance requirements and compounded daily interest. Our savings account for young people offer options designed to introduce to the world of banking. dependat, grassroots orga- nization, day camp activities vary attach YMCA. Howeer, all programs are commuity-based, offering youngs . rs a unique opportu- nity toconnect with their commt ities. And .t Lake Area YMCA day caap, our campers en- joy a boad range of age-ap- propri.te programs, events and advities, from swim- rning, iking, camp games to weekl!field trips. i "Go e are the days when day c np meant simply tying i / " ~, knots. r making pot holders, said aley Lane, Day Camp Direc r. "T ay, summer day camp prog ms, at Lake Area YMC are as diverse as the camp s themselves. ' "Wi still provide arts and Crafta: but we also offer kids Ba lor University names honor students Sl cial to The News Mor, than 2,000 Baylor Uni- versitystudents were named to the D an's Academic Honor List loathe 2006 spring semes- ter. To te named to the Dean's List, astudent must be an un- dergratuate with a minimum grade9oint average of 3.7 while carolled in a minimum of 12 sen-ester hours. 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