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January 11, 2013

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Corsicana — A listing of meetings and events of interest from throughout Navarro County

Jan. 12

Downtown Corsicana Second Saturday Sidewalk Sale takes place from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. There will be vendors along Beaton Street selling items and some downtown merchants will be having sales. Also, Shall We Dance at 106 W. 6th Ave. will be having a Health Expo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

 Big C Jamboree will take place at 7 p.m. at Martin’s Music Hall, 201 South Beaton Street in Corsicana. Featured will be Zanada Schoppert, Chuck Wiginton, Ron Sikes, Joe Honea, Jody Thomas, and Bobby Fluker as MC, along with Fred Hayes, Billy Roy Mitcham and Stan Lawhon. Guest performers will be Betty and Jimmy D. Coker, and Jimmy Young.

Heritage Oaks Retirement will have a Breast Cancer Benefit for Fran LaCoste from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. selling barbecue sandwich plates for $5, which includes sandwich, chips, drink and a mint. Also we will be selling pink bracelets and having a raffle. Please come by and help out. People can call (903) 718-0450 for call-ahead orders to go. The address is 3002 W. Second Ave.

Angels of Corsicana Troop Support will hold a monthly packing at 9 a.m. at the Angel Room located at 1020 N. Bus. 45. All ages are welcome to come pack. Please bring the name of a military member serving in harms way with to the packing so we can do a gift box for our military member to start off 2013. For further information call Jean O’Connor at (903) 851-2560.

Jan. 13

Divorce Care begins at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 510 W. Collin. Divorce Care is a support group that meets for 13 weeks. The cost is $15 for the workbook and child care is provided. The group is led by people who have been through divorce and successfully rebuilt their lives. This group is led by Chuck McElroy. For more information call the church at (903) 872-7473.

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