Have an extra shovel, trowel, weed trimmer, mower or other gardening tool laying around? Or maybe just an extra pair of willing hands? The Boys and Girls Club of Hopkins County can put ’em to good use - all of them.
The faces aglow reflect a job well done by the Como-Pickton High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America officers who satisfied their shoe fetish by collecting more than 100 pairs of tennis shoes and boots, not for themselves, but for the nationwide campaign “Shoes for Orphan Souls.”
The Sulphur Springs City Council earlier this week approved a resolution supporting the 2010 Census, and why wouldn’t they? It could be worth millions of dollars.
Wishes still come true thanks to events such as the 5th Annual Sulphur Springs Ranch Rodeo that benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeast Texas, and Saturday, April 11, will provide the good-hearted folks of Hopkins County the opportunity to offer their support.