Auctioneer Jerry Kennedy, left, called the auction of many house and ranch prizes as well as jewelry, cakes and pies at the Shiloh Chili Supper, held Saturday, April 24, at the Shiloh Community Center. Helping Jerry were Water Board president Frank Pruitt and Christy Self.
After months of not having enough COVID-19 vaccines to meet demand, Texas suddenly appears to have plenty of shots but not as many people lining up to receive them, even though more than three quarters of the state still isn’t fully vaccinated.
Navarro College Foundation’s singing contest fundraiser, Legacy 2021: A New Voice, was last held in February 2020, right before the pandemic hit – which can seem a very long time ago. The event was extremely popular, so those who enjoyed that night will be happy to know the contest is returning June 11, just over seven weeks from now.
Hospice is a calling for volunteer Deborah Hogan, a calling rooted in faith, life experience, and a community of caring people who inspire her to serve through Community Healthcare of Texas-Providence Hospice, the state’s largest not-for-profit hospice provider.
Coolidge residents and fans are thrilled to hear about the return of the Mesquite Tree Festival, which is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, May 7-8. Last year the popular event had to be cancelled due to COVID.