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Easter hams

Mount Vernon Volunteer Fire Dept. taking orders for Easter hams.Mount Vernon Volunteer Firemen Michael Eastman, Colin Clasby, and Jeremy Cox were on hand Saturday, March 3 in the Brookshire’s parking lot taking orders for Easter hams.

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VASE contest

VASE contestKristen Decker and Kolby Holt advanced to the state Visual Arts Scholastic Event VASE in Houston in April.

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Mardi Gras dance Saturday, Feb. 18

Mardi Gras dance SaturdayCarol Horn, Amanda Lopez, Linda Edmondson, and Barbara Walton display some of the color beads and masks to be used during the Mardi Gras dance.

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New Art Show opens

The Franklin County Arts Alliance will open a new art display featuring local area artists Friday, March 2 at the Cultural Art Center.

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Music scholarship offered through Mount Vernon Music

Mount Vernon Music, whose mission is to bring great, live music to rural communities, has announced the start of its annual Youth Scholarship selection process.

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Lang, Millers featured in Mount Vernon Music concert

The “Sulphur Springs Strings” ensemble will open for Drew Lang’s concert at Mount Vernon Music Hall Saturday, Feb. 25.

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Dulcimer workshop Saturday, Feb. 4

The Northeast Texas Dulcimer Chorus will meet from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 4

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Percussion and strings join at concert

Percussion and strings will be joined for a doubly entertaining concert at the Mount Vernon Music Hall Saturday, Feb. 25.

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Concert features Harlos, Millers in “A Feast for the Ears” Saturday

Concert features Harlos, Millers in “A Feast for the Ears” SaturdaySteven and Carol Harlos  and Mark and Ute Miller  will be the feature performers in  a program of romantic and classical music for piano and strings.

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