Lifestyle

Wed
23
Apr

Hopping Good Time

By Carol Spicer.
 
Sponsored by Brookshires, just before noon on Saturday, the Easter Bunny left thousands of eggs with prizes across the Clifton City Park for kids of all ages to find. Hundreds showed up for a time of family fun, photos with the Easter Bunny, drinks from the Brookshire’s booth, and of course, the annual hotdogs cooked up and served by the Masonic Lodge crew under the pavilion.

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Wed
16
Apr

Donald Rueter

Donald Rueter, CHS Class of 1976 and Goodall-Witcher Healthcare Authority employee, was on hand to accept the award from Clinton McCoy (left) for Clifton High School.
 
Wed
09
Apr

Come On In & Stay A While

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

With most of the motel rooms and bathrooms renovated, the outside painted and much more, the Meridian and Clifton Chambers of Commerce celebrated the American Inn Motel with a ribbon cutting ceremony April 3. Owner Harvey Patel had opened several rooms for public viewing and refreshments were served.
 
Wed
09
Apr

G-W’s Biggest Losers

The winners of the G-W Biggest Losers contest among employee, included Adam Willmann won third place for most weight loss and second place for most body percentage lost. Kathy Rodriquez won second place in most weight loss, Kim Johnson won first place for most weight loss, Carla Samples won first place for most body percentage loss, Sandra Spriggs won third place for most body percentage loss and Lizeth Soto won fourth place for most weight loss.

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Wed
02
Apr

Hitting Century Mark

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

There were balloons, there was a band, the Mayor was there, there were local VIP’s, there were corporate representatives, the Easter Bunny showed up, and there were prizes to win. The official ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Brookshire Brothers grocery store in Meridian last Wednesday was a truly joyful event, with everybody smiling from ear to ear.
 
Wed
02
Apr

Bosque River Valley DAR receives honors

March was an eventful month for the Bosque River Valley Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR). Chapter Regent Sue Fielden attended the 2014 State Conference, held at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas March 6-9. State Regent and Houstonian, Pamela Rouse Wright, presided over the annual gathering as over 1,400 members and guests attended informative meetings, educational workshops, visited with old friends and made new connections.

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Wed
26
Mar

Growing Next Generation

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

Like seedlings need nutrition and water to grow big and strong and withstand nature’s elements, students need information and guidance to stand tall and firm in the ever changing world we live in. An initiative by the Texas Farm Bureau and Agrium has a spectacular trailer with interactive games as an aid to inform elementary school students about the importance of agriculture in the national and world economy, and how we all depend on agriculture on a day-today basis.
 
Wed
26
Mar

Girl Scouts aid CVFD

By Carol Spicer.
 
Each year during the annual Girl Scout cookie sales, many people donate to the scouts, even though they don’t (or can’t) eat cookies – the money donated goes into the Girl Scouts’ Helping Heroes program and is turned into cookies to donate to a worthy cause. The local troop chose the fire department to be the local organization to receive the donated cookies. Girl Scout Troop 7447 donated 48 boxes to the CVFD and hope to do more next year.

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Wed
19
Mar

Making his mark

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

Ever since Chief of Police Chris Blanton took oath of office at the beginning of November 2014, he has been busy making quality improvements to the Meridian Police Department. On Monday, Meridian City Council looked back to a good first four months at the end of Blanton’s probationary period. “We want to change the image people have of the police department from ‘necessary evil’ to ‘helpful department,’” Blanton said. “The regulations are there to make the town safer for our citizens, their kids and visitors alike.
 
Wed
19
Mar

Good eating

The Goodall-Witcher Auxiliary will be holding its annual Spaghetti Supper on Thursday, March 20, at the Clifton Civic Center. Serving will be from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the hospital front desk, from auxiliary members and at the door. Prices are adults $7, children ages 3-10 are $4, and under age 3 are free. The menu will be the traditional, homemade meat sauce and spaghetti with salad, breadsticks, dessert, tea and coffee.

 

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