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Fri
04
Oct

DAR Contest promotes patriotism

The Bosque River Valley Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, like all DAR chapters, is dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children.

Through a Constitution Week contest, the local DAR chapter hopes to reach and teach Bosque County elementary school children about the United States Constitution.

Thu
13
Jun

Imagination Factory

Imagination Factory opens June 24

 

By Carol Spicer

The Clifton Record

 

This summer at the Bosque Arts Center promises a lot of exciting activities for students, beginning in June.

Limited spots are available for the ever-popular Imagination Factory, which takes place June 24-27. This art camp is for children who have finished grades 1-5. Students will engage in fun art and crafts activities throughout the day. 

Thu
13
Jun

Local AA

Meridian AA group has new location

 

Local Report

 

Once again, the Meridian Group of Alcoholics Anonymous is meeting in a new location. The group recently moved from the old Meridian Elementary School building to the Bosque County Education Co-Op Cluster School, at the corner or Rudasill and A Street (look for the red “AA”s on the building).

The Meridian Group of Alcoholics Anonymous holds two meetings each week, and is handicapped-accessible. Meetings are held at 8 p.m. Mondays (closed discussion) and Wednesdays (open discussion). For more information about the group, visit the website at meridiangroup.synthasite.com.

Thu
13
Jun

Hank the cowdog

Head of Ranch Security combats summer reading loss

 

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Meridian Tribune

 

Hank the Cowdog, head of ranch security, heard that kids lose reading skills during the carefree summer months. Consequently, Hank will be in Bosque County all summer long on a mission to solve “The Mystery of Summer Reading Loss.”

Hank figures he has to make it easy for the kids to get good ol’ stories. So he got together with the local newspapers, The Clifton Record and Meridian Tribune, and they promised to print a chapter per week of a fun story. So look out for the first chapter of “The Kitty Cheater,” in next week’s paper.

Thu
13
Jun

Library Program

ecret Agent magic opens reading program

 

Local Report

The Clifton Record

 

The Nellie Pederson Civic Library is proud to present James Munton, AKA “James Wand” to kick-off the annual summer reading program with a Secret Agent Magic Show on Saturday, June 29, at the Clifton Civic Center from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

The reading and activities at the Library will take place every Wednesday, starting a 9:30 a.m., from July 3 through Aug. 7.

The end of the summer program will take place Aug. 10, from 6-8 p.m. at the Clifton Civic Center. Reader awards will be presented and a water slide and bounce house will be fun for all after the program.

Thu
13
Jun

MES Playday

MES wraps up with play day

 

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Meridian Tribune

 

After a year of keeping their noses to the grindstone, Meridian Elementary School students got a chance to let off steam during their annual Play Day.

On May 28, the school campus was abuzz with activity: kids in bounce houses; kids playing with hoola-hoops and blowing bubbles; kids playing blind beach volley ball; playing giant bowling in the halls or having tugs-of-war.

Teachers and staff wore brightly colored T-shirts depicting the feel of the day “Happy, Happy, Happy.”

Tue
11
Jun

CHS Class of 2013 Receives Diplomas

By Carol Spicer
The Clifton Record
 
A green wave of smiling faces filed into
the Clifton High School gymnasium on Friday
night for the Class of 2013 commencement
as hundreds stood and applauded the
entrance.
The processional was offered by the CHS
Band under the direction of Keith Zuehlke,
and the invocation was offered by Brandi
Corpier.
After welcoming all to the ceremony,
Principal Sharon Bergman asked the students
who were already accepted or signed
at colleges to stand, followed by those who
were entering military service. She then
recognized and introduced Salutatorian Jarrett
Wingate.
“Now, tell the truth, aren’t you just a
little sorry to see us go?” said Wingate in
Tue
11
Jun

CTYF Kicks Up Some Dust for 82nd Year

Livestock moves in, exhibitor’s breakfast held Thursday
 
By Carol Spicer
The ClifTon Record
 
This morning, livestock started moving
in to the barns and will be weighed
throughout the day for the kickoff of the
82nd Central Texas Youth Fair and Rodeo.
Judging of rabbits will take place at 8
p.m., this evening, with a watermelon social
also held from 8-9 p.m.
Thursday morning will start early with
the annual exhibitor’s breakfast at the Clifton
Civic Center, from 6:30-8 a.m., served
by the Clifton Lions Club and co-hosted
by Bosque County Properties Real Estate.
Judging of jackpot lambs will begin at 8
a.m. on Thursday, followed by judging of
jackpot goats. Judging of the ag mechanics
Tue
02
Apr
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Clifton Youth Support Group raises funds

The fair promotes animals, agriculture and family pride as the Sanders boys show off the winning steer last year.

The Clifton Support Group has planned a large fundraiser dinner, silent auction, raffle, and door prizes event for Saturday, April 6, at the Clifton Civic Center from 6-9:30 p.m. Tickets for the dinner may be purchased for $10 from Clifton 4-H or FFA members or at Clifton Feed and Service Center.

Tue
02
Apr
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Easter in the Park

The Easter bunny and candy takes one youngster away from the egg hunt.

With the Easter bunny on hand to greet all the youngsters, and sponsored by Brookshire’s, the annual Easter in the Park filled Clifton’s City Park with kids of all ages on Saturday morning. The kids were broken into three different age brackets from 0-12 years of age, and each group had an area of the park to hunt eggs. What is usually the largest group, the 0-4 year olds, was one of the smaller groups this year with loads of kids in the other divisions.

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