Voices for Children, the Court Appointed Special Advocate or CASA volunteer program, needs community members to serve as advocates for local abused and neglected children. In the past two weeks alone, nearly 20 children have entered foster care in Limestone and Freestone counties and that number is anticipated to rise in the coming weeks. Voices for Children needs local volunteers who are willing to rise up and speak on behalf of foster children.
“And the Beat Goes On” as the song says. The Thornton Senior Citizens being served hasn’t missed a Thursday serving food to it’s seniors that desire to drive by the church and pick up their food. Some days a few get their meals dropped by their house for them due to the sweet and personal care shown by Janice Bilbrey, Geri Levassar and Donna Lloyd. Geri and Donna have been faithful to help manager, Janice with the food each wee. Thanks for the delivery from Groesbeck Senior Citizen Center each week for preparing and sending it each week.
Limestone County Emergency Services District #2, representing the west and north sides of Lake Limestone, held a town hall meeting Saturday, Feb.
Quite a busy and enjoyable day as seventeen seniors gathered together for fun, food and fellowship.
Old man winter just keeps hanging on but we have certainly been blessed with rain and so nice to see most of the tanks filled to capacity. A total of 19 seniors gathered again Thursday and had an enjoyable gathering. Those present were Fonetta Simmons, Earl Mask, Wayne Sharp, Denise, Helen Harvey, Wilma Lee, Geri Levassar, Elizabeth Neason, Bobbie Reynolds, Lorene Stembridge, Alma McCurry, Donna Lloyd, Ann Brown, Gayla Lind, Elle and Hank Staniszewski, Pat Jones, Site Manager Janice Bilbrey and myself.