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The Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church Dancers visited Sweetwater Healthcare Center to dance for residents in celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Also, the Roscoe High School Spanish Club went to Sweetwater Healthcare Center and sang Christmas carols in Spanish (shown above).
Sweetwater Animal Control currently has six pets available for adoption.
Two of the adoptable pets are from last week and include a male heeler puppy and a female heeler puppy. Also available is a tan and black male shih tzu, two female Welsh Corgi mixes â€” one brown and one tan â€” as well as a tan and brown male terrier mix. According to Sweetwater's new animal control officer, Don Kite, animals that are picked up are kept for a minimum of three days, but he tries to keep them from a week to 10 days.
With a great headliner, great sponsors and wonderful donors, this yearâ€™s 42nd annual West Texas Rehabilitation Centerâ€™s telethon promises to be the best yet. At seven oâ€™clock on Jan. 21, new comer Sunny Sweeney will step into the spotlight at REHAB 2012.
Suddenlink Communications is the official sponsor and as they have for many years Area-Wide Phone Books is also helping underwrite the show. The Host Hotel for the Telethon is the MCM Elegante Suites. Telethon auction support is provided by NTS Communications.
Pictured is Ann Cavitt, secretary of the First Apostolic Tabernacle Church presenting Billie Johnston, President of Goodfellows with a check for $500.Â First Apostolic Tabernacle Church has been collecting money at their church to send to the Blue Mountain Mississippi Children's Home.Â They were recently notified that the home had been closed and their congregation decided toÂ donateÂ theÂ moneyÂ to GoodfellowsÂ to helpÂ purchase food for needy families.Â Senior Pastor at First Apostolic Tabernacle ChurchÂ is Winnie Glasglow and Co-Pastors are Lester Cavitt and Travis Glasgow.
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 118 calls for service, issued 10 citations and made 13 arrests from Dec. 16-18, 2011.
The SPD received 48, 911 calls.
â€˘ 200 block of E. New Mexico.
â€˘ 800 block of Circle Drive.
â€˘ 1300 block of Lamar.
Calls for service:
â€˘ Burglary of a habitation â€” 300 block of E. Arkansas.
â€˘ Tampering with consumer products â€” 200 block of SE Georgia.
â€˘ Duty on striking unattended vehicle â€” 200 block of E. New Mexico.
â€˘ Duty on striking unattended vehicle â€” 200 block of Circle Drive.
Arrested by SPD:
â€˘ Gabriel Villa, 38 â€” Warrant.
The Sweetwater High School and Sweetwater Middle School bands performed in a concert for the public on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011. Many were in attendance to watch the bands perform many holiday favorites.
Shown from left to right are Jan Bartlett, representing the Sweetwater Jaycees; Julie Hurn, representing the Sweetwater Jaycees; Aubrey Turnbow, representing the Sweetwater Goodfellows; and Marlyn Gage, representing the Sweetwater Jaycee Roosters. The Sweetwater Jaycees donated $1,500 to the Sweetwater Goodfellows and the Sweetwater Jaycees Roosters donated $250 to the Sweetwater Goodfellows.
The Sweetwater Jaycees have hooked up with Santa Claus again this year and will host a Santa call in on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011, from 6-8 p.m. Numbers to call will be 325-236-5814 and 325-236-5812.
People with diabetes can sometimes have a difficult time managing their condition with temptations of festive occasions. With proper planning and helpful tips, those facing the struggle can be better equipped to keep their body and physicians happy.
Affecting one in 10 adults in the United States, diabetes mellitus is a disease that causes high blood sugars in the body, affecting many aspects of your health. If not managed properly, diabetes can be debilitating or even lead to death.
Donations to the 30th annual Spirit of Christmas Food Drive have been phenomenal and tens of thousands of families in the Ark-La-Tex will receive food this year from the effort.
The food drive is sponsored by Brookshire Grocery Company stores, along with many service organizations, food pantries, school groups and other businesses and volunteers.