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Mar 16 2016

Blue Jeans and Ball Gowns Toasts CASA

The child-assistance event of the year is taking shape as the Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) yearly fund-raiser Blue Jeans and Ball Gowns has been scheduled and organized. Again, East Texans will be showing off their dancing skills as a dance contest will be one of the evening’s main draws. Name-droppers will also have plenty of …

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Mar 14 2016

“Spotlight” on Child Abuse

The Martin House Children’s Advocacy Center (serving Gregg, Harrison & Marion Counties) The Oscar ceremonies were noteworthy for a number of reasons, but the biggest news was the Best Picture award for the movie, Spotlight. Chronicling the true story of a team of Boston newspaper reporters on the quest for answers in a massive child …

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Feb 25 2016

Daryl Gregg: Dream Builder

February Black History Month is a month dedicated to recognize the achievements of African Americans. There is no gainsaying, it is good to study the history of people who paved the way for the present. It is even great to write about role models in the African American communities who young men in particular can …

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Nov 25 2014

Take Care of Your Type 2 Diabetes

Story By Carol A. Rice Do you feel like you need to know more about how to take care of your type 2 diabetes? If you were recently diagnosed or you have had diabetes a long time, you can benefit from learning the latest things about taking care of yourself so you can reduce your …

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Dec 13 2013

Organizations Collaborate for Stuff-A-Bus Food Drive

East Texans are invited to help “Stuff-A-Bus” with non-perishable food items as part of a coordinated community food drive effort. Longview Transit, in partnership with Longview ISD, Pine Tree ISD, and Spring Hill ISD, will conduct the Stuff-A-Bus Food Drive benefiting Longview Community Ministries, Hiway 80 Rescue Mission, and Newgate Mission. Buses will be located …

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Dec 06 2013

The Art of Giving at Ned E. Williams

  Ned E. Williams Elementary School goes beyond the regular academics required by the District and State of Texas to learn the art of giving. Diana Williams, the school’s speech therapist organizes events that enable students to learn the art of giving through civic engagement. So, during Veteran’s Day, students showed their appreciation for local …

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Dec 05 2013

Students support soldiers

Ashley Jenovai is one of many who love Longview and its people, but there are few who put their affection into action like her. She is the driving force behind the Holiday Mail for Heroes campaign. Her three children, Paityn, Troy and Cole are among the many students of J.L. Everhart who have signed Christmas …

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Nov 27 2013

Bags, Boots and Bingo helps children

This year’s Bags, Boots and Bingo fund-raiser for the Martin House Child Advocate Center was a success thanks to the caring citizens of Gregg and Harrison counties. The center’s Executive Director Roxanne reports there were 74 more people in attendance bringing the total to 194, and many of them were men. The facility’s workers are …

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