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October 9, 2013

Local Beat 10/10/13

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Oct. 10

The Republican Party of Navarro County announces their Republican “Keep Navarro Red” dinner to be held at I.O.O.F. Event Center at 6 p.m. George P. Bush, candidate for Texas Land Commissioner, will be the special guest speaker. Nick Adams, author of the book ‘America: The Greatest Good.’ will provide the introduction. Special music will be sung by Bella Voce. Live and Silent Auctions will be held, featuring items such as spa gift certificates, stadium tours, helicopter hunt, and dinners with our local elected officials. Advanced reservations are required at $50 each, and checks should be made payable to Republican Party Of Navarro County. All proceeds will go toward supporting the local Republican Party candidates and will stay in Navarro County. For reservations, please contact Burt Ferguson at (903) 641-0357 or email at bwf@tfcsscpas.com. For more information, reference the website www.navgop.com.  

Humane Society of Navarro County will hold a membership appreciation event with hot dogs, beverages, chips and dessert at Fullerton Garrity Park on Oct. 10th at 6 p.m.  Our members and friends are invited to bring their vaccinated, well socialized dogs (on leash) and share in a fun evening to say thank you to our wonderful supporters.  We'll have a quick update, introduce our newest board members, present several awards and have a lot of fun.  Mutts and Strays will sport cute bandanas placed on them by HSNC board members as families arrive.

The Corsicana Newcomers' Club Lunch Bunch will meet at 11:30 a.m. at Sam's Seafood Restaurant on Seventh Ave. Call Pat Schroeder at (903) 872-9663 to save you a seat.

Oct. 11

Senior Olympics will be held at the IOOF park in Corsicana from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Events include fishing tournament, dominoes, horseshoes, live band and picnic. Facilities participating are Twilight Home, Sterling House, Heritage Oaks West and Retirement Village, Country Meadows and Trisun. Sponsors for the event include many local organizations and businesses.  

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