The Groesbeck Lions Club heard some important information on the COVID-19 vaccines from representatives of the Limestone Medical Center. The Club met on Wednesday, January 13.
Joelynn Warren Carter has graduated from Texas Tech University in Lubbock earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics, December 11, 2020. After graduating high school, he attended Sam Houston State University. From there he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served for four years. Once home, he attended Navarro College receiving an Associate degree in Science. Those attending the graduation ceremony were his wife, Katrina, his parents, Warren and Kim Carter, and his brother Wayland Carter. Joelynn will be employed in the Houston area.
Veterans who need help improving their life situation have a resource nearby they may not have heard about. It’s Caritas-Waco’s Veterans Case Management Program, and representatives of the program are looking for veterans who need that missing item to take them to the next level.
Groesbeck High School Cheer squad took twenty-three girls to Ft. Worth to compete in the 2021 Spirit Competition last week. Twenty of them were on the floor with two being alternates that were pulled up to the competition squad and three were alternate members.
THANK YOU!!! Limestone County Senior Citizens Project wants to express our sincere Thanks to the Coolidge Civic Garden Club for their generous DONATION to our Senior Center. It is people and organizations like this that help keeps us delivering a hot meal to our homebound seniors. We are delivering on an average of 70 to 75 meals per day. If you think about it, that is an awesome amount of hot meals that the seniors are receiving on a daily basis.