To the Editor: The Navarro College Foundation would like to thank supporters who made our Evening of Dreams… Celebrating Education gala a huge success.
Table sponsors: Community National Bank and Trust; Navarro Regional Hospital, Navarro College; James Moore and Jim Acker; McKee Lumber; Prosperity Bank; Winters Oil Partners; Byron and Kay Cook; Nelson Propane Gas; C.L. and Toni Brown; and H.E.B. and media sponsor Collin Street Bakery and Texas Media Properties.
Cash donors: Guardian Industries, Dr. and Mrs. Scott Middleton; Carl White Autoplex; Betty Kennaugh; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Washburn; Mary Love Sanders; Document Solutions: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brittan; Mr. and Mrs. David Martinez; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Barstow; Mrs. Charles Hooser; Dr. and Mrs. James Witten; Corley Funeral Home; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stone; Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Ouchley; Keith and Kathy Glennan.
Auction item donors: Affordable Affairs Catering; Helen Albritton; Americase; Annie’s Gardens; Auto Zone; Bangadangs Hair and Salon; Billy Bob’s Texas; Blake’s Boats; Bob Holmes Fishing Guide; Dr. Matthew Branch; Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Brown III; Cake Taz Tik; Dr. David Campbell; Tom Carr; Collin Street Bakery; Colortyme of Corsicana; Honorable and Mrs. Byron Cook; Cowboys Stadium; Dallas Arboretum; Dallas Mavericks; Dallas Stars; Dallas Summer Musicals; Dallas Symphony; Dallas Zoo; Judge and Mrs. H.M. Davenport Jr.; Downtown Spa and Salon; DreamCatcher Adventures; Flatt Stationers; Fort Worth Zoological; Holmes Photographers; Dr. and Mrs. Harold Housley; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Howard; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huffman; Mark Jones; Lady Diana’s; John McClung; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Martin; McCoy’s Building Supply; Merle Norman; Wayne and Judy Nelson; Oak Grove Marina; Office Depot; Old Coach is Nuts; P&S Pharmacy; The Ranch; Red Engine Party Rentals; O’Reilly Auto Parts; Russell Stover Candies; Pat Schroeder; Sears; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelman; Thyme and Elegance Catering; St. Elmo’s Corner Store; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Townes; Trading Post BBQ; True Value; Twin Lakes Golf Course; TXU Energy; Victorian Sample and Tom Adams; Tressa Watkins; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilson.
In-kind contributors: Lone Star Western and Casual Wear; Todd Jones; Scott Edmonds; Brad Cook; Jeremy Pereira; Navarro College Physical Plant staff; Cody Dickerson; Stu Lamb; David Timmerman.
Thanks to all who attended the event and supported our efforts to help students at Navarro College pursue their academic dreams.
Navarro College Foundation
Thanks for support
We want to say a BIG thank you for all the support and prayers that everyone in the community has sent our way. They have helped us to be strong, hopeful, and we are so grateful for all the caring people we have in our lives. We are sorry it took so long to send something out, but we know you understand how busy we have been. Although we wanted to say something that would mean a lot to all of the folks who have helped us in this journey, we still have not come up with what to say that would mean as much as we want it to. We may never be able to. What we do know is that God is good and so are the friends he has given us. In time, we hope to be able to give back to those in need as much as what has been given to us.
Thanks and love to all.
Rocky and Crystal Shepherd
A big fan
To the Editor: I was at Heritage Oaks Retirement Village for a while.
It is the place to go if you can’t go home.
I went for physical therapy, and thanks to Steve and Sue, and God, I am home again.
Heritage Oaks is the only place to go if you can’t help yourself.
Thank you all so much.
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