Archive - Jan 10, 2014
What happens when you combine thousands of runners and walkers with a blast of color, a heap of happiness, a pinch of passion and a splash of spontaneity? Say hello to Run or Dye, the worldâ€™s most colorful 5K.
The Big Country Medical Reserve Corps (BCMRC) will have two meetings on Monday, January 13 at the training room at Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital.
The first meeting will be held at 6 p.m. for the advisory board, while the following meeting at 7 p.m. is a general board meeting. New members will have their ID pictures taken, and Joni Coons will be speaking about CPR.
The BCMRC would also like to announce that from this point on, meetings will be held on the first Thursday of every month.
The quarterly luncheon of the Cline Shale Alliance was held on Friday at the Nolan County Coliseum.
The organization brings together regional leaders, industry, business, institutions and political subdivisions in the production and support of counties in the Cline Shale oil and gas region of West Texas. Attendees came from a variety of places, including Sweetwater, Abilene and surrounding communities, extending as far west as Midland and Odessa, and as far south as Austin and San Antonio.
Do your New Yearâ€™s resolutions include becoming a better you and making a difference in your community? Have you ever dreamed of one day wearing a sparkling crown and sash to put a smile on a childâ€™s face and bring awareness to a cause close to your heart? The International Pageant System recognizes ladies across the state, from teens to misses to married women, for their accomplishments and their desire to make a difference.
Each year approximately 200 FFA and 4-H youth participate in the Nolan County Junior Livestock Show. Students in Blackwell FFA, Highland FFA, Roscoe FFA, Sweetwater FFA and Nolan County 4-H Clubs participate in the Nolan County Livestock Show. "These exhibitors invest countless hours in their projects - steers, hogs, lambs, goats, chickens and rabbits - with hopes of earning the Grand Champion prize during the 2014 show," said Nolan County Livestock Association President James L. Sanderson.
The Sweetwater Aglow team would like to invite you to our first Aglow meeting of 2014. We will be sharing our vision for the new year. Come and hear what the Lord has in store for 2014.
Anyone wishing to share a word or testimony is welcome to do so. Join us for a time of worship and fellowship.
Please bring your favorite snack. For more information call 766-2245 or 338-8924.
EMMANUEL FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
Looking for some laughs this weekend?Â
On Saturday night, 4th and Elm Church of Christ will welcome Christian comedian Bob Smiley to their campus. He will be performing a free show from 6 to 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary. David Peyton, the Outreach Minister at the church, stated that the congregation would like to invite the entire community to this free event for a night of clean family fun.
Former Jump Rope Team alum Willie Amos recently visited this yearâ€™s SIS Jump Rope Team.
Amos displayed his skills and also gave tips and tricks to current members of the Jump Rope Team.
A meeting was held on Thursday evening bringing the Sweetwater Jaycees, the Chamber of Commerce and local businesses together in an effort to stop the proposed state law change by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department regarding the use of noxious substances to collect non-game wildlife, which includes the gassing of rattlesnakes.
The Nolan County Commissioners held a public hearing on Thursday morning in regards to a possible county project to obtain a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to alleviate degradation caused to public roads, bridges and culverts by the exploration, development or production of oil and gas.