Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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May 1, 2014

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Corsicana — Marshall Cemetery Association annual luncheon and business meeting will be held on Saturday, May 17, at 12 noon at Heritage Oaks West Nursing Home on W. Second Ave. in Corsicana.  Please bring a covered dish and fellowship with us.  The association will provide tea, ice, dinnerware, and bread.  If you are unable to join us, please be sure to send your contribution to:  Lisa Townley, 1516 Maplewood Ave, Corsicana, TX 75110.

When Are We Going Home Ministry presents Paddle Boat and Fishing Fun Family Day at the Break N Free Camp in Rice, 4719 NE CR 1040, call for directions and give RSVP for lunch to (903) 422-6120. This event is free and open to all medically challenged, special needs, disabled children and foster children and their immediate siblings up to the age of 21. Lunch will be provided, just bring lawn chairs, yourself and your family. A playground is also available.

May 20

The Navarro County Republican Women invite you to join us at the Republican Headquarters, 111-B West Third Ave, to hear a program by The Honorable Amanda Putman, County Court at Law Judge.  Social time and lunch begin at 11:30 a.m. followed by the meeting and program beginning promptly at noon. Make your lunch reservations by contacting Margarita Patterson at 903-874-8785 or arcepark@peoplepc.com. Lunch is $7 at the door.  



May 22

The 10th Annual VOICE Spring Night Out will be held at 5:45 p.m. at The Cook Center. This event takes the place of the annual spring luncheon to celebrate the 10th year. Guests will be entertained by Suzie Humphreys and will selection of evening meal choices. Tables are $410 for 6 guests or individual tickets are $50. Call or email Gina Dieterichs at VOICE for more information 903-872-0180 or gdieterichs@voiceinc.org.

    Corsicana Newcomers' Club will host Jean O'Connor of Angels of Corsicana at our monthly meeting at the Kinsloe House at 11 am.  Jean will share with us all the wonderful outreach and support  this group has shown our troops for the past 10 years.  You don't want to miss this meeting.  Call Marge Oslick at 903-872-3508 for more information or reservations.

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