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Page 12 - The News Friday, October 3, 2014 .( By Russell Slaton Factors in living up to that noted MalakoffRotary's 33- The News Correspondent theme include Club growth, percent membership in- MALAKOFF - holding visible community crease during the past year. Malakoff Rotarians wel-projects andmeeting critical ThroughMalakoffRotary's corned District Governor local needs, he said. leadership and teamwork, Carroll Greenwaldt to their Malakofffills that bill, he "you all are making it hap, weekly meeting Tuesday, said, by sponsoring the Faith pen," he said. Sept. 23. inAction food pantry, help- Malakoff Rotary's ef- Greenwaldt, who is a ing with the food bank pro- forts mesh with work by member oftheLongview ducedrop, settingupAmeri- more than a million Rotary Club, governs Ro- can flags around town, host- Rotarians worldwide at- tary District 5830, whichin- ing an annual barbecuetempting to eradicate polio, cludes much of Northeast lunch and pancake break- Greenwaldt added. A dis- Texas along with Southeast fast, raising money for schol- ease that affected about Oklahoma. arships, providing dictionar- 350,000 worldwide when During his official visit, ies to Malakoff ISD third- Rotary efforts began is now the district governor lauded graders, as well as sponsor- down to 179 cases so far Malakoff's club for its com- ing select Malakoff and thisyear, with most ofthose munity-service activities. Cross Roads high schooljun- in Pakistan. Fifty-nine "What you are doing mat- iors at Rotary Youth Lead- people have been killed in ters," Greenwaldt said. ershipAwards camp, where that area trying to reach Greenwaldt also touched the students receive leader- three-quarters of a million on Rotary's theme for this ship training, children who have yet to be year, "Light up Rotary." The district governor also vaccinated, Greenwaldt I man The News Staff Reportsoncoming traffic around 5 ment Corporal William ATHENS- Athens p.m. Sept. 26. Carlow said West was resident Christopher West's car smashed into driving a Chevrolet on West, 42, was taken tothe right-rear panel of Palestine St. whenAdams, East Texas Medical Cen- Adam's truck and flat-bed driving a2014 Dodge ter with minor injuries at'- trailer in the 600 block of pickup pulling a 1996 ter Steve Adams, 58, of South Palestine Street. Chevrolet trailer, crossed Athens, failed to yield to Athens Police Depart- the road at Maryland St. II ision Continued from Page 1 passenger's side. lifted from the scene and in intestive care Monday, Lowell French was air- was still in critical condition when he also died. Continued from page brary Board to replaceDemocratic Party poll approved payment of Terry Warren for the re- workers for the2014 Gen- $24,000 for postage to be mainder of the unexpired eralElection; used by the Henderson term to end Dec. 31. 2015; approved spending County Tax Assessor-Col- . accepted the 2015 $3,645.85 for benefits on lector for mailing tax state- interlocal agreement with behalf of a Henderson ments; and the Andrews Center at a County District Attorney authorized the pay- cost of $34,500; employee from the DA ment of regular bills in the accepted a list of bond forfeiture fund; amountof$192,380.45. Continued from Page 1 Several weapons were Hillock was taken to faces theft of a motor ve- found in the vehicle that Henderson County Jail hicle charge and other also had been stolen in where he remains on a items from the Kilgore Kilgore. $15,000 bond. He also Police Department. Continued from Page 1 Anjou steer also placed So, in true FFAfashion, the Boyd placed second with fourth. Mikkelsen injured Rimpels stepped in and ex- his Maine-Anjou steer and his ankle playing football hibited his stock in his fifth with his Charolais and was unable to show. place. In addition, Hayden steer. THE NEWS PHOTO/RUSsELL SLATON Residents of Cedar Lake Nursing Home of Malakoff took part in the Senior Olympics, held at First United Methodist Church of Athens Sept. 26. Cedar Lake winners included (front row, left to right) Gale Pennington (third place spelling bee as well as motorized wheelchair race), Naomi Ellis (first place spelling bee) and Francis Reeves (first place, dominoes team). At rear is Bill Bucher, a music therapy volunteer who played with Joel Harris, also known as "Mr. Country Rock," Cedar Lake Nursing Home activities'director Terrina Schmidt, and William Weldon. said. Greenwaldt recently vol- unteered in Guatemala, where Rotary efforts have helped bring 4 million doses of medication. He'S also been to Mozambique, where two shipping con- tainers full of powdered milk have saved the lives of 3,000 children. The district governor gave the club a handmade basket brought from Cerro Blanco, Guatemala, made of banana leaves and chopped-up corn husks. District 5830 is now trying to raise $100,000 to buy hospital equipment for that impoverished country. "At our best, we can very liter- ally change the world," Greenwaldt said. THE NEWS PHOTO/RUSSELL SLATON Rotary District 5830 Governor Carroll Greenwaldt of Longview (right) commends the Malakoff Rotarians Sept. 23 for their service. Also pictured is club president Randy Perry (center), who also is Malakoff ISD superintendent, and Scotty Tho- mas (left), the club's president-elect who serves as Henderson County Precinct 1 Commissioner. By Russell Slaton near Trinidad Cemetery. sow was artificially in- The News Correspondent Trinidad FFA started aseminated by a prized The Trinidad High breeding program last year, Oklahoma boar raised by School FFA helped na- starting with two females, breeder Glenn Parker ture along last Friday Trinidad FFAteacher Zach that was chosen reserve when students oversaw a Hanna said. The students grand champion at the sow birthing piglets in a are taking care of the sow 2013 Indiana State Fair, shed at the Trinidad FFA and piglets using heat lamps and which sold for animal facility, located and other equipment. The $42,000. THE NEWS PHOTO/RUSSELL SLATON A sow nurses her piglets, of which about 10 survive. The piglets were artificially inseminated by a prized Oklahoma boar. THE NEWS PHOTO/RUSSELL SLATON Trinidad FFA students help clear brush at the FFA facility located near Trinidad Cemetery in anticipation of next weekend's (Oct. 10-12) Home- coming activities. Included are (left to right) Corbin McClintock, Erica Airheart and Samantha Sims. THE NEWS PHOTO/ RUSSELL SLATON Trinidad FFA teacher Zach Hanna (left) and Jeff McClintock hold two prized piglets, products of the FFA breeding program, which started last year. The piglets were born Friday, Sept. 26 at the Trinidad FFA animal facility. i[lii i! J[ ii/!i li !!j il |:? i!l]i "T