Columns/Opinions

Tue
15
Nov

Christmas in the Park starts next week

Christmas in the Park 

Thanks to the untiring work of the Community Squad of the Stevenson Unit, the City of Cuero and the December Events Committee, an ad hoc committee of the Cuero Development Corporation, Christmas in the Park will open for the 17th year Monday, Nov. 21 and run through Monday, Jan. 2, 2017 from 6-10 p.m. Several new items have been added and the scene that should create quite a fuss is the Ski Slope Santa. This 66 ft. long by 25 ft. tall should be a show stopper. It is located at the end of the tour as you are exiting the Park.

 

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Tue
15
Nov

Pilot Club: 95th birthday

Dear Editor, 

On behalf of the Pilot Club of Cuero, Inc., we would like to thank the Cuero Heritage Museum for hosting our 95th Birthday Celebration of our Pilot International Founders Day, on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016. Wayne Adickes, Amber Fink and all of the docents at the Pharmacy & Medical and the Cuero Heritage Museums were instrumental in assisting us with the display of our exhibits. We also want to thank Mayor Sara Meyer, who presented us with a Proclamation, declaring Oct. 18 as Pilot International Founders Day, Pat Kennedy, CDC Executive Director, the young Miss Cuero court, the Chamber of Commerce, who hosted the Ribbon Cutting ceremony, and our Wonderful HEB partners, who provided trays full of delicious food and colorful flowers and decorations. Thanks to everyone for attending the event, and helping us spread the word of the exhibit at the museum.

 

Tue
15
Nov

‘A wonderful evening of entertainment’

Dear Editor, 

The CISD Education Foundation sponsored a wonderful evening of entertainment for our community Saturday night, Nov. 12. The Cuero High School Performing Arts Center showed off beautifully. It is a first class auditorium and certainly an asset for our community and area! The Mickey Gilley/Johnny Lee performance was enjoyed by everyone, as there was lots of foot tapping going on. The facility has been long awaited by the Pilot Club of Cuero and the many who have donated to the annual tree lighting ceremony. Now, we have the prize! It is definitely a wonderful prize!

Thank you, Nancy Blackwell

 

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Tue
15
Nov

Meyersville School Veterans ceremony

Dear Editor, 

A hugh thanks to the Meyersville School District for recognizing our Veterans with an excellent program on Veterans Day. It was deeply appreciated by all in attendance. What a great, well run district! Thanks to Supt. Dunn, all teachers and business personnel. A warm thank you to all students.

James Hancock, Sr.

 

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Tue
08
Nov

DeWitt Medical Board provides clarity

Dear Editor, 

The recent article regarding a donation to Cuero Community Hospital has led to a cloud of uncertainty surrounding our hospital’s management and operations. In an effort to provide clarity we feel it is important for the community to receive transparent information regarding the hospital operations and decision making process. As an elected Board, the duties and responsibilities include the full responsibility for the maintenance and operations of the Hospital, and any and all related school training programs and/or any other functions either directly or indirectly related to the Hospital. Within the many responsibilities is to provide the DeWitt Medical District with a medical facility that provides quality health care, using performance improvement activities to support patient safety and positive outcomes. Additionally, our goal is to provide these services in the most cost efficient and effective manner.

 

Tue
08
Nov

‘I appreciate his kindness’

Dear Editor, 

On Monday, Oct. 31, my husband and I were with a friend in the park for a meeting. We went to the picnic tables first and since it was noisy, went on to the pavilion. The problem was I left my phone with my driver’s license and two credit cards, one from the ministry and one that was my own. I did not realize this until about an hour or longer when we left the pavilion and that’s when I discovered that I didn’t have my phone. We went looking all over and could not find my phone. I was really concerned, more about my driver’s license and credit cards than about my phone and went and cancelled my cards and driver’s license just in case they were stolen. However, somewhere around 5:30 to 6 p.m., a gentleman drove up in our drive and as my husband went out to check who it was, I looked out the door and saw him with my phone.

 

Tue
08
Nov

Class shown by Gobblers, Tigers

Dear Editor, 

Tue
01
Nov

Letters to Editor

Dear Editor, 

The teachers and staff of Yorktown Junior High would like to thank the Yorktown ISD School Board and Mr. Gee for the wonderful meal that was served to us on Monday, October 24. It would not have been possible except for the wonderful cooks, Dr. Garza and Mr. Lynn, our two principals. They grilled burgers and fixed french fries for all YISD staff. Thank you to the board members who graciously served us and for the wonderful desserts. Yorktown ISD Board is starting the year off right. Thank you.

 

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Tue
01
Nov

Letters to Editor

Dear Editor, 

Donations are being accepted for anyone who may have relatives buried at Sandy Gate Cemetery. Funds are needed for mowing the grass and maintaning the cemetery. Anyone wishing to make donations are asked to please mail them to: Kathy Hengst, 542W. Seventh, Yorktown, TX 78164. Thanks so much for your help.

 

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Tue
01
Nov

Never Lose Hope Walk

Dear Editor, 

The family of Shirley Saenz would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came out to support our 1st Annual Never Lose Hope Walk. Our goal was to raise awareness to those affected by depression/suicide. It is still an everyday struggle for so many and our hopes are to continue to help those in need. Your generosity- through donations of silent auction items, monetary donations, purchasing t-shirts and/or bracelets, and the countless people who gave up their time to help and to walk- we can’t tell you how much we appreciate your support. This event was a success because of all the people of our community and the surrounding areas. We hope to continue to raise awareness, partner with other agencies, and carry forward in making this a yearly event in honor of everyone affected by this silent disease.

 

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