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1 Page 2A - The MalakoJ~NeWs Friday, August 19, 2011 I ::: ...... ' ........... Calendar ............ "-Guest Column ........ Community Calendar is pub-and Princess candidates for sponsoring a Golf Ball Drop and are NOW is the time fished in each issue free of charge, M~tlhkoff Rodeo. Competition open inviting all not for profit agencies to Deadline for publication is 5 p,m, to all Malakoff girls between ages come on board, and earn money :for Momk.m To place an item in Com- of 8-18 who have been residents for their respective organizations,to help the elderly munity Calendar. call 903-489- six months or attend Malakoff ISD... Public and private schools, serv- -. . . 0531 or fax items to 903-489 2543. Must show involyement in tommu- ice clubs, fire departments, united By Sharon:'Wmlker, LB$W Items. moo:, lso be dropl d off at nity' service and horse.m'affship way agencies, humane societies, " Ceda~Lake Home Health and Hospice '. The Nlaklkoff" News office, or e- skills. Deadline is Sept. 2. Please veterans organizations, scouts, The living may not be so easy these days for 9ur, mailed at malnews(G,, contact Tanya Berry, at 903-489- sports teams, basically any not for . , .... ..... , : embarqmail.com. " - 0247 or email profit organization is growing semor. pulatton. Ex- ' . . treme temperatums,'fi ed income , American Legion berry4berry@live.com to receive to partner with us on this exc ng and the rising cost of living can packet. Auxiliary dinner The American Legion Auxiliary at Post 310 in Gun Barrel City is hosting a Scrumptious Salad Bar li'om 5-7 p.m; Friday, Aug. 19. Cost is $5. Proceeds are Ibr scholarships for area students; Too many differ- ent salads to list; something for everyone's tastebuds. Meet the Tiger Night Meet the Tiger Night will be on Thursday, Aug. 25. Teams will be introduced during the halflime of the JV game. Rodeo Queen-Princess candidates wanted Malakoff Young Farmers Associ- ation seeking Queen, Junior Queen 7 Malakoff ISD yearbooks on sale The Malakoff yearbook staff will start the year quickly. The first high school - middle school yearbook sale is under way" and runs through Sept. 2. Starting price is $38. There will be two more sales, but this is the lowest price of the year. Year- books 'may" be purchased online at www.malakoffisd.org or forms will be available the first week of school. .,de Golf Ball Drop If'you are a not for profit agency, grab your umbrella and get ready for the Gotf Balls to fall! The Cain Center in Athens is event, have a serious.effect on the comfort Over $12,000 is availabl to rite and;. mfety of the'elderly. Many are non-profits. On Friday, ma ngeho| 'between purchase 2,500 numbered golf balls'- !., be, of mbdicati09,, nutrition and dropped ti~om a helicopter atL'Pwin the use'of air cQnditioning to sur- Lakes Golf Course onto the dd~'~g range. The tickets being sold "~te also numbered to correspond with the golf balls. The ticket holder matching the numbered golf ball will win $5,000. The agency that sells the winning bali will also win $500. Golf balls sell for $25 each. Each agency will earn $5 for.each ball they sell. The tickets and flyers are available at the Cain Center 915 S. Palestine, Athens, TX 7575 i for im- mediate pick up. @ ! Take the H&R Block Income TaxCn~ to learn how to prepare taxes like a pro. Class times and locations are flexible to fit VOUr.~ent job, school and family schedules. Bilingual coupes am avaflable. Not only wilt-you leai~ a new e skill, you could eMn'~,lpcome as a tax.professional.* :, Enroll:now,! ..- . : For cl,Oss times,arr , :K:atSons, visR: . ~ ~ .~ , -, ~~i '" hrbloek.com/d : ; 81 -HRBI. the ever-increasing numbers of those suffering with cancer. In these times, children often live far away, and work schedules may prevent frequent visits, more than ever families need to know what support serv- ices are available to help their loved ones stay as independent as possible for as long as possible. Happily, there are many resources for intervention. including home healS/and hospice services for medical supe iaion, ; munity: funded services for, ho keeping and -activities,of dailj, living, well ,pm. rms for funding toss igt With the cost of utility, medication; and n.~itional needs. It is especi dly, important for the elderly shut-in polSulation to have frequent co.ntact for socializa- tion and emotional support. Friends. neighbors, and church contact can not only alleviate loneli- ness. but also keep watch on health and safety is- sues. Letus be mindful of the great commission of Christ to feed the hungry, provide shelter, care for the helpless, and bear one another's burdens, so that we may be blessed as we bless others. ome health and hospice services, local church outreach programs, and community resources can be contacted by phone, or wcall to 211 services" , See ELDERLY, Page,L2~ i .... III I I'1 II I " G7 ~ENDoYOUR. INFO If you sometl :you'd like to add to TMN T for'instance - send the information to malnews@embarq- mail.com, contact us through our Facebook . page at www.facebook, com!themalakoffnews, C ll.y0urlo, a!,Offi f6r mOte.info, : ' .. or drop us a line.at 815 E. Royall Blvd., Suite 3201W"TthAve~l~i~:" ~iilli.East"rylerSte.105 ' .13 7W 'M n teo .6, MalakoffTX, 75148. . Corsicana, TX 751i.()~" "~:: ." ' Athens, TX 75751 . . Gun Barrel:City '~ 75156 . ' ' " " " " ' - I Phone: 90~7~'~:!'ii"'"?~ir : Phone: ~k~-675-40~9 Phone: 903-184~)-t~17. ! . LETTERS TO THE EDITOR PoIJ(W The Malakoff News encourages our readers to ' " i~ !~ * ,, q~ I . ..... " r,: ' " : express their views and opinions in Letter to the Editor. For a be .t$i" chance at publication, the letter " should: . ,, :. :.. - Be original and'mlist be signed by the writer. . Unsigned letter9 Wll! not be considered for publi- :'cation. .' . ' . -:; . All letters.- should contain a daytime phone: : ;' i.aUmber or mailing address for verification. Letters : that are considered to be libelous, slanderous, con- " taining defamatory .remarks or in poor taste will not be published. Letters of a political nature will not be published after early voting begins. Letters condemning or praising businesses wig not be ISSN: 1050-8937 * Published weekly by Me- diaOne L.L.C., 815 East Royall Blvd., Suite 6. Malakoff, Texas 75148. in Henderson County, sub- scription rates are $26 per year and $22 per year for senior citizens (65 years and older). Texas out-of county" subscriptions are $30, and out-of-state ,,, subscriptions are $40. Entered as periodicals at Malakofl, Texas 75148. POSTMASTER:,Send ad- dress changes to: The Malakoff News, 815 EaSt Royalt Blvd., Suite 6, Malakoft, Texas 75148. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any per.son0 lima or*corporation which may appear in the columns of tills newspaper will gladly be corrected upon being~ brought to the at- tention of the publisher. 1' Buainess Hours 8:30 a.m. to l:30ip.m. Monday - Thu~ ' . 903-489-0531 * Fax: 903-489-2543 815 East Royall, Suite 6. Malak0ff, TX 75148 r Texas Press Association Member 2011 Al~oWd by t=~ V~ ~ , ~ t Cempadmn ef Prmmst~l Bnd~t wt~h XAttt Y~mr'a Ba d~,~ Md~Sam~ ma Otlt~m F~ ~1~) Published in The Malakoff News 0~-19-1 l k" I II III II I I 1