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Ezekiel Airship will be program topic

The stories surrounding the Ezekiel Airship will be the program for the Franklin County Historical Association’s bi-monthly members meeting Monday, November 6.

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Miller presents Birth of the Modern Age

Bette Miller presented a program on Martin Luther and the Birth of the Modern Age at the Thursday, October 19, meeting of the Shakespeare Club at the home of Carol Ann Scott.

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Alamo celebrates Halloween this week

The 12th annual Halloween celebration at the Alamo Mission Museum will be a two-part event on Friday and Saturday, October 27 and 28. On Friday night starting at 7:30, community members can visit the Haunted Schoolhouse.

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Fall Festival

Marisa Bankhead and Zoey Easley play a game of pumpkin tic-tac-toe while they enjoy hot dogs at the Fall Festival at the First United Methodist ChurchMarisa Bankhead and Zoey Easley play a game of pumpkin tic-tac-toe while they enjoy hot dogs at the Fall Festival at the First United Methodist Church on Saturday, October 28.

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Beekeepers class offered

The Caddo Trace Beekeepers Association is offering a class on Introduction to Beekeeping, Saturday, October 28 at the Titus County AgriLife Building.

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Seventh annual Veterans Appreciation program set

There will be a recognition of local area veterans in the Rose Mary Jennings Hall of the First United Methodist Church’s Family Life Center at 3 p.m. Saturday, November 11.

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Collier’s Chapel Cemetery Memorial Day conducted

The Collier’s Chapel Cemetery Association had its annual Fall work day, luncheon, and business meeting on Saturday, September 16.

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We’re in the jailhouse now

The ladies at the County Clerk’s office dressed as inmates for Halloween.The ladies at the County Clerk’s office dressed as inmates for Halloween. They claimed they were jailed for “toilet papering” the Courthouse.  Employees in several businesses around town dressed up for the occasion.

State parks sponsoring Halloween events all month

All werewolves and witches are invited to enjoy some spooky fun at a Texas State Park throughout the month of October around the state.

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