ORANGE — Catholic School Week kicked off Sunday at St. Mary Catholic School with an Open House. The event was well attended by the public and school community. The entire school was open for tours that were given by the students. The Knights of Columbus prepared a delicious link dinner that were served by alumni. Everyone that attended was able to enter into a drawing for an IPad. Mrs. Willingham, Principal, drew the winning name. And the winner was . . . Sarah Coffey! Pictured is Ms. Coffey being presented her IPad from Kaitlyn Braquet, Student Council President.
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MCT donated $1,000.00 to the 2013 Project Graduation.
Elementary student national finalist in essay competition
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So long, Mr. Smith
Respected educator, administrator retiring after 33 years
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VFW's Installation of Officers
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2775 and The Ladies Auxiliary held a Joint Installation of Officers for the 2013-2014 fiscal year, beginning June 15, 2013.
The winner is...
Bettie Morrow is the winner of this beautiful painting presented on May 7.
Speaking of accomplishments....
Travis Maines, principal of Vidor High School and a member of the Vidor Rotary Club, served as the Rotary club’s guest speaker recently.
Shangri La to hold Memorial Day event
Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center will host a Memorial Day ceremony on Monday, May 27.
Altrusa International Inc. of Orange presents scholarship
The Altrusa International Inc. of Orange presented its a $500 scholarship to LC-M student, Victoria Elliott, second from left, on Tuesday at is final regular meeting of the 2012-2013 year.
Gnats, dead roaches lower score for Senor Toro
Senor Toro Mexican Restaurant located at 2308 Lutcher Drive in Orange, received a 70 out of a possible 100 during a recent health code inspection.
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