Residents of the little town with a big heart are in for some regular pampering, thanks to the opening of Olga’s Nail Salon in Kosse; 208 Hwy 14, next to V&J’s Honeypot Emporium.
October 2nd will be a “happening” day in Kosse when The Kosse First United Methodist Church holds its’ 41st annual bazaar at the Methodist Memorial Pavilion on Hwy. 14S. Things will kick off early with coffee and food available for early shoppers to the white elephant sale. In addition to the white elephant, the bazaar features crafts, a country kitchen with homecanned goods, bake sale, silent auction, a multi prize RAFFLE, a BBQ plate lunch and a live auction. There will be activities and games for the children as well and fun door prizes too.
Roger and Linda Watson, Ann Brown, Elizabeth Neason, Snuffy Bennett, Wayne Sharp, Doris Lemley, James Lenamond, Ronnie Lenamond, Gayla Lind, Glenda Gambini, Earl Mask, Fonetta Simmons, Wilma Lee, Janice Bilbrey and I gathered for the fun, food and fellowship at Senior Citizens on Thursday. Everyone seemed to be in good spirits and were enjoying themselves.
The Texas House approved an elections bill Friday along party lines with 21 Democrats declining to participate. The bill, slightly different from previously passed Senate legislation, now heads a conference committee that will negotiate a final version.
Six hundred and sixtysix new Texas laws will go into effect this Wednesday. Debated, passed and signed during the 87th Texas Legislature, these laws include changes to public safety, health care and K-12 education.