The Groesbeck Ex-Students Association met on Monday afternoon of this week to plan Homecoming 2021. This year’s Homecoming will be on October 15-16. The homecoming football game will be against Eustace.
Groesbeck Police Department was hot on the heels of a graffiti artist hitting Groesbeck last week after three separate reports were received about the criminal mischief of vehicles and a building being “tagged” in town.
Members and supporters of Limestone Cancer Support Group held a charity fashion show fundraiser Saturday at First Baptist Church, Mexia, serving a delicious dinner and featuring four distinct model groups – including a group of cute canines.
MAG Inc. held its first annual heroes softball tournament at Groesbeck City Park on Sat. March 13. This tournament directly benefitted the Heroes of Limestone County (Police, Sheriff, Fire, EMS, and Local Veteran organizations).
The Groesbeck ISD Board of Trustees, Superintendent Dr. James Cowley, and other campus leaders met by ZOOM video-conference call on Monday, March 8 to make decisions about face mask coverings, graduation plans, changes to the high school cheer constitution, and more. As covered in the March 11 edition of the Journal, “GISD Votes to Continue Mask Policy,” board members considered the viewpoints of campus leaders, mixed results of a staff survey, and response of other schools in the area before choosing to keep all COVID prevention methods in place districtwide until further notice, despite the statewide mask mandate being officially lifted by Governor Abbott on Wednesday, March 10.