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Wed
29
Nov

Donation from UMW for Cornerstone Outreach

Raven Miller with Cornerstone Outreach Center of Quinlan accepts a mission from Lois Hudack, treasurer for United Methodist Women of Quinlan.

Wed
29
Nov

Congrats extended to winners

State Senator Bob Hall extended congratulations from the Texas Senate Monday night to newly-installed West Tawakoni City Council members in the form of certificates that were delivered by Marv Allen of his office. Shown, from left, are council members Leon Myers, Karen Cory, Allen, and council member Jared Calkins.

 

Wed
29
Nov

Amvets gives thanks before feast

Amvets Post 36 members and friends give thanks before the Thanksgiving feast prepared by the ladies auxiliary.

Mon
16
Oct

Treasures from the Quinlan Museum

Donated to the Quinlan Community Museum by M. K. Epperson, typed by Donna Smith.

Recreating Quinlan school and community history can be had by reading old newspapers. For over 50 years, Hobart Lytal (postmaster of Quinlan for about 40 years) submitted to the Greenville Banner newspaper an article about Quinlan news. To read this information you have to make a trip to Greenville and read their daily paper on microfilm.

In 2015 M.K. Epperson donated approximately six newspapers that his father had saved of old Quinlan newspapers. The papers are extremely fragile and are missing pieces of paper where the original paper was folded.

Texas A&M University at Commerce will be photocopying these old papers and store them in a climate control room. Before we gave them the papers, I wanted to share what we could, with The Quinlan-Tawakoni News readers.

We will have a copy of the disc the students make for the Northeast Texas Archives.

Mon
02
Oct

Gold, Platinum members honored

Members and volunteers of the nurturing committee at First United Methodist Church of Quinlan host Gold and Platinum Club members with a luncheon Monday afternoon. To qualify, a member has to be at least 80 years old for Gold membership and 86 to enter as a Platinum member.

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Wed
06
Sep

American Legion Auxiliary attends DEC meeting

Fourth District Vice President and membership Chairman Mary Wackerow presents award pins to Unit No. 165 President Sonja Williams. The pins will be presented to members of Unit No. 165 who were not present at the meeting to thank them for recruiting a new auxiliary member or for recruiting two new auxiliary members during the 2016-17 year.

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Wed
06
Sep

American Legion Auxiliary attends DEC meeting

Fourth District Vice President and membership Chairman Mary Wackerow presents award pins to Unit No. 165 President Sonja Williams. The pins will be presented to members of Unit No. 165 who were not present at the meeting to thank them for recruiting a new auxiliary member or for recruiting two new auxiliary members during the 2016-17 year.

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Tue
05
Sep

American Legion Auxiliary attends DEC meeting

Members of American Legion Auxiliary West Tawakoni Unit No. 517 joined with seven other American Legion Auxiliary 4th District units Saturday, August 26, to attend the DEC meeting conducted at the Kaufman Hamlet P. Jones Post No. 165 in Kaufman. Shown, from left, are Sam Armstrong, Mary Wackerow and Andrea Creed of the West Tawakoni unit; Sonja Williams of Hamlet P. Jones Unit No. 165; Cathy Griffin of Lake Texoma Missing in Action Unit No. 231; and 4th District President Jean Kelly (and President of Harding Blaine Unit No. 321 in Plano.) Ms. Wackerow was presented a pin as an award from Department and National Headquarters for recruiting one new member or two new members during the year 2016-17. President Kelly joined Wackerow in recognizing the members.

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Thu
31
Aug

VFW Hospital donates $4,349.60 to Scottish Rite

The VFW Post 2559 of West Tawakoni Auxiliary presents Scottish Rite Hospital a check for $4,297.10. Shown, from left, are Jimmy Cocker, Gloria Bachorski , Kathy Kulwicki, President Pat Anderton, and the director of the hospital . Bachorski said a second check would be sent to the hospital in the amount of $52.50 for a grand total of $4,349.60. Bachorski expressed appreciated to all who support the post and who were involved in the fundraiser.

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Sun
13
Aug

Amvets Juniors hear Ringwood’s VJ Day program

Amvets Post 36 Ladies Auxiliary Americanism Chairman JoAnne Ringwood presents a program on VJ Day (Victory over Japan) to Juniors of Amvets McKenzie Douglas, Heaven Browning, Madison Tanton, Joseph Kolkow and Mary Mercer at their meeting Sunday. VJ Day marks the day when the Empire of Japan surrendered, effectively ending World War II (Aug. 14, 1945, in the United States.)

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