VIDOR — Itty Bitty Story Time was held at the Vidor Public Library Jan. 17. The library welcomed Park Ranger Tami Schutter with Texas Chenier Plain Refuges Complex in Anahuac, which has over 100,000 acres and is composed of 4 refuges - Anahuac, McFaddin, Texas Point, and Moody National Wildlife Refuges. The refuges span from the Louisiana - Texas border, all the way to East Galveston Bay, and offer recreational opportunities such as hunting, fishing, photography, and wildlife observation. Tami read “A Frog in the Bog” by Karma Wilson and the children made a ’gator magnet clip for the craft. Pictured with Tami in alphabetical order: Gracie Brown, Maddison Cassell, Molly Cassell, Kayne Cloide, Emma Gibson, Natalie Hatton, Rebekah Hatton, Allison Hoerner, Brooklyn Hoerner, Tori Hoge, Aurora LeBert, Elizabeth LeBert, Emilee McCord, Madison McCord, Madison Quick, Braiden Ramos, Alexis Randall, Landon Reese, Zoey Reyes, Anleigh Sanders, Kyra Sims, Avalyn Waldrep and Jackson Waldrep.
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Celebrating 104 years young
Inez Turner, left, celebrated 104 years on Saturday, May 17.
Revival to help Orange African American Museum
Minister of Samaritan Way Outreach Ministries Barbara Myles wanted to do something to help the Orange African American Museum.
Serving our country 5.18.13
Airman 1st Class Andrea K. Rhodes
OISD seeks assistance with Wall of Honor
The Orangefield Independent School District and its athletic department are wanted to recognize a select group of distinguished Bobcats.
Public invited to special needs softball game
A softball game created for a select group of students is generating a lot of excitement in the community.
Down on the Boardwalk
A large group, comprised of City of Orange and Orange County elected officials, the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce, civic leaders and members of the community, participated in the grand opening ribbon cutting of the Orange Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion on Friday afternoon.
“Roll of Fame” awarded
Vidor Rotary Club President Sally Andrews, at left, receives the “Roll of Fame” award from Brenda Walker District governor, at the District 5910 conference held May 4 in Palestine, Texas.
Heartbeats of Hope to hold annual rabies clinic Saturday
A local organization is providing an affordable opportunity to protect your cat or dog against disease this weekend.
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month in WO
Citizens of West Orange are urged to do their part to increase safety and awareness of Motorcycle Safety and Awareness during the month of May.
New time for Orange African American Museum membership meetings
The members of the Orange African American Museum will now meet at 5:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month starting June 11, 2013.
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