More than 30 volunteers turned out Saturday to help beautify the Braden River.
Members of the Old Braden River Historical Society and friends set out on kayaks, motor boats and pontoon boats early April 17 for the Great American Cleanup of the Braden River. Participants collected about 300 pounds of trash, including an assortment of aluminum cans, plastic bottles, buckets, fishing line and other trash.
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26 One Touch Art and Bedding
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
26 Thanksgiving Eve Service-Traditional Service
7:00 pm - 6:00 am
3 Advent Study
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
6 17th Annual Jingle & Jog Road Race and 1 Mile Fun Walk
Stuff the bus
A bus isn’t just for transporting people anymore.
As Freedom Elementary celebrated Veterans Day with its annual “Let Freedom Ring” courtyard ceremony Nov. 12, there was a special treat in the crowd: original Parent-Teacher Organization member Sharri Cagle and two of her three children, Lindsey and Logan.
Help for homes
Habitat for Humanity is known for building homes for families.