ORANGE — The Student Council at St. Mary Catholic School sponsors IPod Days on a few Fridays during the school year for 5th through 8th grades. Students are allowed to bring their IPods to school and use them all day for a $5 donation. They collected $200 at the last IPod day to be donated to Orange’s Rainbow Room. Mrs. Susan Freiberg and Mrs. Alice Martin came to collect the donation during Prayer before school. Dherin Wright (center), Vice-President of the Student Council made the presentation. Also ppictured are Mrs. Martin (left) and Mrs. Freiberg.
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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.
Stark Museum to host book discussion
The Stark Museum of Art, located at 712 Green Avenue in Orange, Texas, will host a Book Discussion of Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Vidor library to close for renovations
The Vidor Public Library is getting an updated look.
‘Nunsense’ provides big laughs in season finale production
Come on down to the playhouse of the Orange Community Players for a fun night with the five nuns from the convent of the Little Sisters of Hoboken!
WO approves 5K run route
West Orange -Stark Alumni Foundation resubmitted alternate routes for the 5K run that was denied during the April city council meeting.
Keeping Orange Beautiful....
The members of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) are doing their part to “Make Orange Beautiful.”
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