Whitehouse ISD held the first of two Town Hall meetings Monday night with a group of about 70 citizens present to ask questions, speak their point of view or just to listen.
WHITEHOUSE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Students who are in Wildcat art classes at Holloway Sixth Grade Campus and Whitehouse Junior High School could use a little help in gathering some items for their art projects.
There is nothing “unidentified” expected at the Troup UFO Rally on Saturday, Oct. 8. Everyone is invited to be “United for One” at the Troup High School football field.
The night will be filled with food, music and testimonies. The family friendly event is for all ages.
Several area churches have come together through the local ministerial alliance group to put some plans in motion for this community of faith event.
Start cleaning out those closets, cabinets and storage rooms. It is time to prepare your “unnecessaries” for the annual City-Wide garage sale sponsored by Keep Whitehouse Beautiful. This year’s event is set for Saturday, Oct. 22.
The ballot boxes should be full and running over this November but that may not be the case. Who will miss out? Those who are not registered to vote, those who don’t know they can vote and those who don’t care to vote. For those who are not registered to vote, here is the path to follow but don’t procrastinate. The deadline is closing in.