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January 6, 2014

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Corsicana — The Warehouse Living Arts Center will hold the Season Ticket Appreciation Party and Annual Meeting at 7 p.m. All season ticket holders are invited for the election of officers, awards presentation and entertainment by some of the WLAC audiences favorite performers. The reception immediately follows. Call 903-872-5421 with regrets only. Season tickets may be purchased online at http://www.warehouselivingartscenter.com/ or at the theatre box office located at 119 West 6th Avenue in downtown Corsicana across from the post office.

Jan. 20

The Navarro County NAACP Unit 6209 is holding a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Rally and March at 10 a.m., and an oratory contest at noon. The march will go from Bunert Park to the MLK Center. Morris Johnson, educator and former student of G.W. Jackson High School, will be the guest speaker for the rally. There will be prizes awarded for first, second and third place in the “I Have a Dream” oratory contest. Special musical performances are also planned. To learn about information/educational booth opportunities at the MLK Center, contact Mrs. Elmeree Burrell at 903-874-2821.

Jan. 21

Jose Antonio Navarro Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, is scheduled to meet at 2 p.m. in the Nancy Roberts Civic Room at the Corsicana Public Library. The program will be regarding Lamar Heroes Day. Hostess will be Geneva Davis.

Jan. 22

Thomas Meredith Chapter, Colonial Dames XVII Century, will meet at noon at the Kinsloe House to attend the program to be presented by Mildred ISD Drama students.

Jan. 23

The Corsicana Newcomers' Club will hold it's annual Installation of Officers meeting at the Kinsloe House at 11 a.m.  If you are new in town,  ready to make some new friends or interested in helping new folks settle into our great community come to this meeting as we kick off another year of fun activities.  Call Marge Oslick at 903-872-3508 for more information or to make a reservation.

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