Category Archive: Community News

Apr 23

Good Shepherd Medical Center honors volunteers

Longview’s Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC)  honored the achievements and vital accomplishments of its volunteer auxiliary with a special luncheon at local Pinecrest Country Club on this week. The vital contributions of the hospital’s volunteer force over the past year will be recognized for making possible GSMC’s mission to insure the overall health and general …

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Apr 21

Eating to help youth

The community is encouraged to support 4-H, FFA & FCCLA Youth during the annual Cajun Crawfish Boil. The Annual Crawfish Boil is sponsored by the Harvest Festival & Livestock Show and Austin Bank. The evening includes music provided by a live band and all the crawfish and fried catfish you can eat plus all the …

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Apr 19

Chamber professionals to attend roundtable

The Longview Chamber of Commerce will be well represented at the Northeast Texas Roundtable in Paris, Texas on April 22. Kayla Cantey and Diana Northcutt with the Longview Chamber of Commerce will be among the attendees at this year’s event. Held at the Paris city Council chambers, the Northeast Texas Roundtable is a regional consortium …

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Apr 18

Student battle inspires

Boulter Middle School student, Bre’Shauna Washington, is a very busy 12 year old who is a member of the Boulter cheerleading squad, student council, and the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program. She also dedicates her time every morning and afternoon to raising and lowering the flags on campus. What she doesn’t have time for, …

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Apr 17

Foster Band wins coveted sweepstakes

The Foster Middle School Band this past weekend earned a rare distinction among Texas middle school bands – the coveted Concert & Sight-Reading Sweepstakes award. And the judges were unanimous in their decision, which is even rarer. Bands that compete at concert and sight-reading contests must first perform pieces that they’ve rehearsed for several weeks.  …

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Apr 15

Fundraiser benefits abused children

“Bags, Boots & Bingo”, a fun and unique fundraising event benefiting The Martin House Children’s Advocacy Center of Gregg and Harrison Counties, is Saturday, May 3rd, 2014, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at The Marshall Grand, 210 E. Houston Street in downtown Marshall. “Bags, Boots & Bingo” offers an afternoon of bingo, door prizes, refreshments, …

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Apr 11

East Texas Oil Museum to host reception

The East Texas Oil Museum will serve as the first host of the traveling art exhibit, “Black and Gold: The Rise of an American Legacy,” April 12-25, featuring the works of national award-winning artist Lee Alban. The regional   tour is sponsored by Good Art Company, a subsidiary of Dream Development of Fredericksburg. A reception with …

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Apr 10

Selfless service

It was quite a crowd. The Longview Nonprofit Coalition Board worked countless hours to put together a great reception in  honor of  volunteers. The recent luncheon brought  25 non-profit agencies and their priceless volunteers to Maude Cobb Convention Center for an annual event. It is important to note, Longview volunteers have put in a total …

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