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PAGE 2A - The Malakoff News - Friday, July 28, 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 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. Allen Chapel AME hosting gospel concert A Gospel Concert Featuring Gospel Recording Artist James Bignon from Atlanta, Georgia will be held Saturday, July 29 at Allen Chapel AME Church at 7 p.m. Allen Chapel AME Church is located at 512 Underwood St. in Athens. Everyone is welcome. Call Chris Baker at 903-519-9034 or Delanda S. Johnson at 903-489- 2329 for more information. Vacation Bible School Join us at Malakoff First Cedar Creek- 903-43Z-0100 Times 903-432-0103 Box Office www.mainplacecinema.com For week of July 28 (Fri) thru Aug 3 (Thu) ANT BULLY JOHN TUCKER MUST DIE PIRATES MONSTER HOUSE LADY IN THE WATER Coming Aug 4 - ~dlHY/UID & T~IlJL, DtOA NIOHTS United Methodist Church for Vacation Bible School Sunday evening July 30th from 5 pm to 7 pm for a snack supper, regis- tration and our opening assem- bly. Then come be a "Treasure Seeker" as we continue Mon- day evening July 31 through Thursday evening, August 3 from 6 pm til 8:30 pm. Vacation Bible School sum- mer activities are scheduled for Pre -K through fifth grade for parishioners of Methodist Church located at 107 S. Col- lege just off Royall (Hwy 31). For questions call 903-489- 1467. Football and cheerleader practice begins July 31 Practice begins for football players and cheerleaders on July 31st. Practice begins at 6:00 p.m. and takes place at the Malakoff Middle School. Physicals will begin August 11 at 1:00 p.m. in Dr. Sanner's office. Physicals are $10 per player and forms are available at the doctor's office. The first game will be August 26th (play schedule yet to be determined). For more infor- mation contact Trisha Nix 903- 489-2831 or Carol Perkins 903- 489-0069. Hospice Volunteer training Hospice of Cedar Lake will be having volunteer training Wednesday, August 2 in our Malakoff office located at 104 S. Terry. Anyone interested in becom- ing a Hospice Volunteer please join us for lunch at 12 noon with training immediately following. For further information, please call Fran Estes or Teressa Splawn at 903-489-2043. Malakoff High School happenings Thursday, August 10 will be Freshman orientation beginning at 6:30 pm. Students and par- ents are invited. Freshman schedules will be passed out at this time and both parents and students are invited to tour the campus. Friday, August 11 is when schedules for the 2006-2007 school year can be picked up. Schedule pickup for sopho- mores is from 9 am - 10 am; schedule pickup for juniors is from 10 am - 11 am, and for seniors it's from 11 am- 12 pm. Parking registration can also be completed during this time. August 14 is the first day of school for Malakoff ISD. August 17 is Meet the Tigers night and Open House. A Black and Gold football scrimmage will begin at 5:30 pm. There will be an introduction of fall teams, band and cheerleaders at 6:30 pm. At 7 pm everyone is invited to stay for free hotdogs supplied by the Athletic Booster Club. Parents can meet the teachers and tour the classrooms. fensive Driving for senior stu- dents 60 years old or older is $35. Call 903-675-6212 for in- formation or to register. VNA Bereavement luncheon set for August The Visiting Nurse Associa- tion of Texas (VNA) will be hosting its quarterly bereave- ment luncheon on Thursday, August 17 from noon to 1 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church on 208 S. Houston Street in Kaufman. Clayton McCord, VNA Hos- pice Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator, will present a short program on a topic re- lated to the grief process. A catered lunch will be provided at no charge. VNA's bereavement lun- cheons offer supportive com- pany from friendly and under- standing people to individuals who have suffered the loss of a loved one. Reservations to attend the luncheon can be made by call- ing VNA at (972) 962-7500 or 1-800-345-0576. TVCC announces defen- Authors Vaughn and Dees sive driving schedule to speak in Tyler Trinity Valley CommunitySilhouette Bombshell au- College has scheduled several thors Evelyn Vaughn and defensive driving classes. Cindy Dees will be speaking Defensive Driving for Se- to the East Texas Chapter of niors is scheduled for Aug. 15 Romance Writers of and 16. America, August 19th, 11 a.m The classes are taught by at Ryan's on Broadway in Anderson Defensive Driving Tyler. Visitors cost is $3, plus School. After completing the lunch. For more information course, students will receive a call 903-894-3167 or National Safety Council DDC wanda@houseofh.com. Certificate of Completion which may make student eligible for Grand Opening of Lifeway point reduction or ticket dis- Concerts Music Hall missal. The Mark Trammell Trio will Tuition for defensive driving classes is $40. 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Doors open at 5 p.m. and the pre-concert be- gins at 6:30 p.m. The MC will be Tom Perryman of KKUS Radio. Lifeway Concerts Music Hall is located at 6513 Hwy. 19 S. in Athens (behind Fulton Auto Service.) Tickets are available at Lifeway Christian Stores in Tyler, Natures Delight, Art Glo Day Spa in Athens, Malakoff Pharmacy and Gun Barrel Health Food Store. For more information, you may call 903-675-5217 or 903- 477-8084 or email LifeWayConcerts @ aol.com. Search for Cherokee Descendents The Sovereign Cherokee Na- tion Tejas is seeking to contact local persons of Cherokee heri- tage born in Texas. For addi- tional information contact our tribal office at 105 Mt. Vernon St (P.O. Box 5266) Mabank, Texas 75147 or call our admin- istrative office at 903-887- 9500 between 9 AM and 4 PM Monday through Saturday. Class of '76 planning reunion The Class of 1976 is plan- ning a reunion for Oct. 7. We need addresses for former stu- dents. If you have any information, please contact Davana at 903- 675-1365 or e-mail johndavana@aol.com. More information concerning loca- tion and time of the reunion is pending. Christmas light competition set for Dec. 2 for residential. The prize will be $200 and a winner's stone from Glass Gar- dens for each category. Win- ners will also get bragging rights for the best Christmas lights in Malakoff. Come and join us in lighting Malakoff. To enter, just fill out an entry form. The competi- tion is open to Malakoff resi- dents and businesses only, thank you. Deadline for entries is Dec. 8. Forms can be dropped off at State Farm Insurance, KCKL, Malakoff Bank, Glass Gardens and Citizens National Bank. Winners will be announced on Dec. 16 and winners will have their picture taken by The Malakoff News when the prize is awarded. No entry fee re- quired. For more information, call Cesar Ledezma at 903-489- 1999. NA groups meet in Caney City, Seven Points, Eustace The Get Real Group of Nar- cotics Anonymous meets at 8 p.m. each Tuesday at 4223 McAllester Lane in Caney City. For more information, call Barbara at 903-425-2515. Also, the Cedar Creek Group of NA meets each Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. at 620 Seven Points Drive in Seven Points. Please join us in recovery. Call Tina or James at 903-288-5761 or Daryl at 903-288-4246. The Bridging the Gap Group of NA meets Saturdays at The Bridge, located at 302 Oak Street in Eustace. We meet ev- The Malakoff Christmas ery Saturday at 7 p.m. except be the first performers at Light Competition, sponsored on the last Saturday of the Lifew,~cefts~sic Hall. by the Malakoff Chamber of month, whe.n~w imget at5 They~ ~erf~g Sat- Commerce, w~l~ start on Dec. p.m. QuestionEr? Call Gary at urday eVdiffng August 26 at 7 2. 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