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Troup FFA members participated in the Cherokee County Stock Show and Exhibition Thursday-Saturday, March 22-24, in Jacksonville. The students earned many awards and scholarships. JT Womack, who received $11,000 in scholarships from the Fort Worth livestock show, earned over $4,000 in scholarships at the Cherokee County show and received first place in livestock judging. more
Community Activities East Texas Daylily Society hosts plant sale The East Texas Daylily society, a non-profit organization affiliated with the American Hemerocallis Society, is hosting a two-day plant sale from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31. The sale will be held at Rose City Artisans and Flower Market at the Goodman-LaGrand House, located at 624 North Broadway Avenue in Tyler. more
The First Ladies’ Drill Team attended the American Dance/Drill Team Nationals competition in Denton Friday-Sunday, March 23-25. The First Ladies competed against 95 other teams from around the nation as well as 28 teams from Japan. The First Ladies represented Whitehouse with pride and shined in each routine they performed. It has been a very successful competition season and the First Ladies have truly shown they are the best. The awards brought home were for team, officers and solos. more
Whitehouse Community Library and non-profit Cell Phones for Soldiers are asking Whitehouse residents to help troops call home by donating gently-used cellular phones. Although the military landscape is ever changing, as many as 200,000 troops are serving in the United States military overseas around the world. By donating to Cell Phones for Soldiers, Whitehouse residents can provide a lifeline for America’s bravest. Residents can donate their phones and/or tablets at Whitehouse Community Library. The donation box is located in the library’s lobby at 107 Bascom Rd. “This is a great opportunity to declutter old electronics from your home and help out an organization with a great cause,” said Meghan Grudza, Library Director. more
9th Grade: Lauren Acker, Baleigh Allen, Hannah Allison, Branaisha Battee, Rylee Bogenschutz, Brianna Botelho, Elijah Brown, Madison Brown, Shameena Calimag, Isaac Carney, Danielle Cassady, Danika Cassady, Jaycie Chambless, Rylan Clakley, Avery Clarida, Jameson Clark, Brooke Clary, Emily Clendenin, Mallory Cooper, Yesica Cornejo, Sophia Cyr, Eric Davis, Ethan Davis, Lance Deal, Kaleb Desaulniers, Layla Devries, Diego Diaz Declet, Nikolai Dobbins-Ricard, Gamaliel Escamilla, Brayden Forrest, Autumn Gandy, Erin Garb, Alani-Aloha Giles, Jessica Godsil, Trailbe Goff, Shelby Goh, Em more
9th Grade: Makenzie Alexander, Grant Anderson, Kyndal Anderson, Austin Barron, Adrian Bell, Bailee Boyd, Chloe Burgamy, Jared Carrig, Preston Cason, Carlie Cobb, Maylene Davis, Elizabeth Dieter, Savannah Else, Caleb Fisher, Ryann Foster, Ginger Garred, Austin Green, Kate Hamilton, Hudson Herring, Damian Hoffart, Jackson Holmes, Hannah House, Trinity Hudgins, Arnav Indic, Emerald Larson, Allysa Leihgeber, Haley Linscott, Elizabeth Love, Kylie Lu, Jonah McBride, Ryan McFadden, Andrew Moran, Samantha Mueller, Kevin O’Donnell, more
All A First Grade: Maverick Baggerly, Allison Balderas, Levi Chambers, Haylee Cheatham, Addison Corbell, Blake Corbett, Calley Coskey, Kari Cover, Dakota Davenport, Ashlyn Dowdle, Hunter Foster, Alexandria Garcia, Alexis Harrison, Emma Harrison, Donovan Ingram, Logan Jakubik, Ayleigh Johnston, Bristol Kelly, Anberlyn Law, Kasyn McGee, Makenzie Molnari, Michael Morris, Jade Rentz, Andres Rodriguez, Arislady Rojas, Wyatt Ross, Jordyn Simmons, Saydee Sluder , Joseph Taulli, Hunter Taylor, Taygen Thompson, Livvy Turner, Alyssa Wagner, Amelia Wharton, Maryn Wright, Presley Wright, Evan Zeagler Second Grade: Olivia Anderson, Ja’Caevyn Austin, Jaxon Black, Peyton Boyd, Andrea Brantley, Colby Carter, more
PreK: Evie Blackmon, Antonio Edwards, Brody Elmore, Makayla Lacy, Jace Marshall , Jase Martin, Rashaan Wilson Kindergarten: Kolt Cook, Nickolas Daniels, Ella Dean, Justin Holman, Edie Hughes, Leighton Johnson, Dexter Johnston, Qhyzer Jordan, Keaton Krall, Racyn Luna, Emma McRee, Cayden Montano, Sophia Owens, Elyssa Raney, Michael Salinas, Remmi Sides, Kacey Sipes, Ranger Thurman, Lily Zavala more
Five area women will be recognized for their contributions to Cherokee County communities during a Tuesday, March 27, luncheon that begins at noon at the Norman Activity Center, 526 E. Commerce St., in Jacksonville. The local event was launched in 2014 as an observance of National Women’s History Month and is hosted by Cherokee County Women with Purpose. more
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