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May 6, 2014

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Corsicana — Dawson Garden Club

Dawson Garden Club has selected the home of Maria E. Garcia at 403 N. Gilmer in Dawson as Yard of the Month for May. Whatever the weather brings on, the Garcia family always manages to keep their flower beds flourishing all around the house. The roses this year are just spectacular. And as always, there are all kinds of arrangements throughout the yard, and many special decorations to add to the effect. Great job, Garcia family! You have done it again.

Kinsloe House

The Volunteer Committee, headed by Cecelia Alexander, with Kinsloe House members as other volunteers will present a wonderful musical program for your enjoyment.

Bella Voce, Italian for “beautiful voices” eloquently describes this trio of ladies: Joanna Fritz, Cathy Kjellsen, and Janet Martin who will present a sampling of their “Music through the Decades” show for the members and guests of Kinsloe House.  Their beautiful harmony and animated choreography will have you singing along to familiar tunes from the 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s and on up through the decades. This wonderful program will continue the birthday celebration of Kinsloe House by providing music from times when Kinsloe House was becoming a place to meet friends and enjoy programs.

Members must make their reservations or cancellations by Monday noon, May 12 by calling the Kinsloe House at 903-874-5791 or emailing the thekinsloehouse@gmail.com.

NARFE

The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, NARFE, Chapter 1191, will hold its monthly meeting at the Sirloin Stockade restaurant in Corsicana at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Don Capehart, owner and curator of a major private telephone museum, will be the speaker. Capehart's Telephone Museum is widely known in this part of Texas, and has been featured in several periodicals.  You are invited to join us and learn about NARFE and the telephone museum located in Corsicana. For membership information contact the closest NARFE representative to you, in Corsicana 903-874-3092.

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