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Page 6 - The News - Friday, October 3, 2014 Dog and car show, character photos, pumpkin decorating and more Special to The News The Butterfly Slide & Sister is at 2 p.m. cornbread, pulled pork ATHENS-The East Show presentedbyMasterThe dog show is at 3 sandwiches, fried pies, Texas Arboretum and Bo- Gardener Wayne Stafford p.m. and prizes will be hot dogs, sausage and tanical Society (ETABS) is at 9:30 a.m. awarded in Best Costume, more. is holding its fall festival Elmo, Spiderman, Teen-Most Handsome, Prettiest, The East Texas Arbore- from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat- age Mutant Ninja Turtles Best Trick, Judges Favor- tum and Botanical Society urday, Oct. 11. andElsa from Frozen will ite, Best Kisser and Fast- is located at 1601 Activities include a car be available for photos est Eater categories. Pattershon Road in Ath- show, art show, pumpkin from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A variety of food will be ens. decorating, crafts, games, The Dance Zone dancersavailable for purchase in- For more :information, face painting and plenty of will perform at 1 p.m. and cluding barbecue, roasted call ETABS at (903) 675- vendor booths. Acoustic Music by Brother corn, black-eyed peas and 5630. Friends of the Animals receive donation COURTESY PHOTO Malakoff residents Friends of the Ani- mals Low-Cost Spay/ Neuter Clinic clients Ginger Ritz and Dina Butler give a dona- tion to the clinic in Gun Barrel City to help others do their part in controlling pet overpopulation. Pictured are (from left) Friends clinic volunteer Ann Coleman, Butler, volunteer Cathy English, Ritz and Friends staff Joy Simmons. running li The News Staff Reports ATHENS-Kenneth Dukes, 60, of Malakoff, was airlifted to East Texas Medical Center in Tyler after he was injured in a traffic collision Sept. 22. Dukes, driving a 1932 Ford Coupe, struck a boat and trailer on W. Corsicana St., driven by Michael Greenberg, 32, of Midlothian, and suffbred an injury to his head. Greenberg was westbound and stopped before making a left turn onto Loop 7. Dukes was headed east on SH 31. Greenberg turned when the light turned green while Dukes failed to stop at the red light, strik- ing Greenberg's 2006 Dodge Ram and 2012 Ranger boat. The Athens Police Department Sergeant Brett Morman, Corporal Billy Westover and Officer Wesley Hoover responded to the scene and were as- sisted by Athens Fire Department. The wreck was cleared that afternoon. .s annual Special to The News CROSS ROADS-Cross Roads High School is hold- ing its annual reunion, business meeting and lunch at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Cross Roads High School auditorium. Coffee and light refreshments will be served and a catered lunch by Danny's Smokehouse in Athens will be available for purchase around 11:30 a.m. after the busi- ness meeting. Membership dues are $2 and are required for voting on association business but not for attending and having a good time with friends. • The alumni group gets smaller every year because many friends have passed away, are unable to travel or have family commitments. Alumni are asked to pass the word to others. For more information or to RSVP, call President Fred Carter, at (903) 880-1019, Treasurer Lynn Casey or His- torian Lola Welch at (903) 412-5120. MD, FACC Cardiologist Here's great news: You no longer have to travel out of town to receive expert heart care, That's because fellowship-trained cardiologists Dr. Brent Davis and Dr. Robert Smith Jr. of Tyler Cardiovascular Consultants are now seeing patients at ETMC Cedar Creek Lake. ETMC has assembled a team of heart experts who can detect and treat heart disease here, where you live. With access to the latest imaging tools, research and therapies, they are committed to improving the quality of heart care in Henderson Cotmty. dl Please call 903-595-5514 to schedule an appointment for advanced heart care, close to home. "'"" To/cam more about what the best i:: heart care means and why it matte's, ..... p/ease visit CAIOIIOVASŁULAR INSI171)TE Texas Medical Center ~gional Heal~care S~m Special to The News TOOL-The Cedar Creek Literary Club will hold its semiannual Jeanie Hulsey Bridge and Luncheon Ben- efit at l0 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church located at Will White Road and Old Indian Trail, just off State Highway 274 in Tool. Doors open at 9 a.m. To make reservations, send a $25 check per person made payable to The Library at Cedar Creek Lake (LCCL) to Ruth Pimm, 320 Bluebonnet St., Trinidad, TX 75163. Include your name and partner's name, addresses, phone numbers and e-mails (optional) and if you will play in Sanctioned Duplicate Group or Rubber/Party. Gloria Rowland of The Bridge Studio in Gun Barrel City will be the director for the Sanctioned Duplicate Group. Prizes will be awarded one per table in each divi- sion. The day includes bridge and a luncheon provided by the Cedar Creek Lake Literary Club ladies. More than $42,000 has been raised by the Literary Club for The Library at Cedar Creek in Seven Points. The late Jeanie Hulsey was a tireless champion for the Cedar Creek Lake Library and one of the founders of the Cedar Creek Lake Literary Club. For more information regarding the benefit, call Chairman Ruth Pimm at (903) 778-4752 or (817) 917- 6020 or Co-Chairman Judy Scott at (972) 822-8120. / For the Job & Play ~w.[ Terrell...2280 W. Moore (Hwy.80)--972-524-7368 Rockwall...1725 TX. Townsend (Hwy. 276)--972-771-1885 Mabank...1302 S. 3rd St. (198 S.)~-903-887.7368. I It I