Archive - May 31, 2013 - News Article
BROADWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
There once was a king captured by the Roman army. They took the king with his family to stand before the Roman general to receive the sentence of death. The king fell on his face before the general and said, âYou may do with me what you will, but spare my wife and children!â The Roman general was so moved by the plea that he released them all.Â
Later, the king asked his wife about some of the things they had seen while in the Roman generalâs chamber. She said, âI didn't see anything.Â My eyes were only on the man who was willing to die for me.âÂ
Come deep into the Amazon Rainforest as the kids go on expedition with the One True God at Avondale Baptist Churchâs Club VBS: Jungle Jaunt.
Avondale Baptist Church invites all children age five years through grade five for their annual Club VBS. The kids will jaunt through adventure-filled Bible stories, create cool rainforest crafts, enjoy rainforest rations and ride the recreation rapids.
The Nolan County Board of Realtors was very excited at the number of applicants who applied for their $500 college scholarship. This scholarship was made available to all of the graduating high school seniors in Nolan County, planning to further their education. The NCBR scholarship committee was also very impressed with the number of applicants that were qualified to receive this award. It was a very difficult job for the selection committee.
Sweetwater ISD (Independent School District) students were honored at a recent meeting of the SISD Board of Trustees for various achievements. Resolutions were presented to students, teachers and administrators, recognizing the accomplishments within the district.
Shown are (from left to right) Makenna Milner, Rylan Hayes, Caden Von Atzigen, Collin Stafford and Reese Hayes, members of the Destination Imagination team that qualified for state. Not pictured is team member Michelle Zapata.
The team, led by teacher Kayla Scott, was recognized during the meeting for their accomplishment.
National Financial Literacy Month is recognized in the United States in April, so in an effort to support healthy financial habits, Texas National Bank held an essay contest for eighth graders throughout Nolan County. In response to the first annual contest, Texas National Bank received 52 essays each addressing the topic, âDiscuss three steps people can take to begin building wealth regardless of the size of their income.â