Corsicana Noon Lions
The Corsicana Noon Lions Club essay against drugs contest was recently held for area sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. The topic was “The Impact of Drugs and Alcohol on Teenagers.”
Local judges were Marsha Banks, Amelia Wood, Beverly White, and Marianne Anderson. The judges are all former teachers, now retired.
First place was won by Jada Wooley, an eighth grader at Collins Catholic School; second place was won by Abbe Smith, another eighth grader at Collins Catholic School; third place was won by Grant Gray, a seventh grader at Mildred Middle School. Gabe Gilfillan, a sixth grader at Drane Intermediate School, also won for the best essay submitted in the sixth grade.
After placing first in the area, Wooley’s essay was entered into the Lions District 2/3 contest at the midwinter conference in Fairfield, where she placed second and received an additional $150 in that contest.
The Civic Interest committee headed by Mable Foster, with committee members Bobbie Allen, Linda Denbow, Clara Hickerson, Pat Howell, Julia Hull, Nickie Lagomarsino, Jera O’Neal, and Margaret Thomas will present its program “Hippity Hoppity to the Annual Easter Parade” at noon on March 12, 2014. The program is presented by the Children’s Shop of Corsicana. The children will model all the latest fashions for kids. The models are Henley and Gehring Andrews, Kaylee, Ethan, and Olivia Hickerson, Rivers and Kinsley Kormos, Jade Newbauer, Ryder Payne, Stephanie Stark, Piper Stearman, and Kinleigh Strong. Most of our models will be grandchildren of Kinsloe members. This is a program that Kinsloe House members with grand and great-grandchildren will not want to miss.
Please call 903-874-5791 to make reservations or cancellations by Monday, March 10 at 12 noon, or emailing email@example.com or leave reservations on our website at http//www.thekinsloehouse.com.