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Children’s activities begin at First Baptist Church

A kick off for Wednesday children’s activities at the First Baptist Church will be Wednesday, August 29. Parents and children, ages three through sixth grade, are invited.

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Halldorson to lead Grace Lutheran Church

Pastor Wayne HalldorsonPastor Wayne Halldorson has been called to lead Grace Lutheran Church. His first sermon will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, August 26 with a dinner to follow.

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Free classes found at Second Saturday event

Free Tai Chi and yoga classes will be included in the Second Saturday events in downtown Mount Vernon on August 11.

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Genealogy Society to tour Courthouse

The program for the August 20 meeting of the Franklin County Genealogical Society will start in front of the courthouse at 6:50 p.m.

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Beekeepers to meet Monday

The Caddo Trace Beekeepers Association will have a monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m., Monday, August 13 at the AgriLife Building at 1708 Industrial Rd. in Mount Pleasant.

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Soggy 2nd Saturday

Bill and Donna Fore of Franklin County set up at the Farmers MarketBill and Donna Fore of Franklin County set up at the Farmers Market for the 2nd Saturday event August 11.

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Whitehurst to speak at meeting

Davis Whitehurst will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Wood County Beekeeper’s Association at 7 p.m., Tuesday August 7.

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Fall gardening program announced

The Franklin County AgriLife Extension office will conduct a “Grow It and Stow It!” fall gardening and preservation program from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, August 25.

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4-H leadership team trained, excited to start new club year

Marcus Siddens, Destiny Barron, Alyssa Blanton, and Daile Postell Franklin County 4-H members recently selected club officers for the upcoming 4-H year and are excited to see what the club can accomplish.

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