Piney Cemetery Homecoming June 8
The Piney Cemetery Association will host its annual homecoming and business meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 8.
Anyone who is interested in the care and maintenance of the Harleton cemetery is invited.
Cemetery association president Billy Ridgeway will preside over the business meeting held at 10 a.m., with lunch following the meeting. Bring food and drink for your family and to share.
For more information, call 903-777-4324. The cemetery is located on Farm-to-Market Road 2208.
LifeShare Blood drive set June 9
A LifeShare Blood Drive will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Sundayat Walmart, 1701 E. End Blvd., Marshall.
Horsemanship camp for youth
The Dayspring Therapeutic Equestrian Center of Harrison County is hosting a youth horsemanship camp for boys and girls ages 6-16 from 8 a.m. to noon Monday through Wednesday June 10-12 and June 24-26.
Horse-related activities will include grooming, saddling and riding; a fishing contest; a roping contest; as well as crafts, show and tell, games, puppet shows, prizes and snacks.
The fee for each participant is $100. The Center is at 2609 Fern Lake Cutoff, Marshall. For more information, contact Sheryl Fogle at 903-923-5552 or 817-980-2535 or email sherylfogle.com.
Free orthopedics seminar set June 12
LONGVIEW — Christus Good Shepherd Health System will present a free community seminar, “Keeping You in Motion,” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, at the Christus Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living at 3133 Good Shepherd Way in Longview.
The topic of total hip/total knee replacements will be covered by Stephen G. Littlejohn, M.D.; while Jordan G. Stanley, M.D., will address shoulder pain; and Britton S. Plemmons, DPM, AACFAS, will discuss advances in podiatry.
This seminar is being offered no costs to participants, and there is no registration required. Visit ChristusGoodShepherd.org for more information.
Waskom library to kick off summer programs June 13
Readers of all ages will explore all things space this summer as the Waskom Public Library presents “A Universe of Stories” during its summer library program.
Activities include crafts, color sheets, stories and presenters. The program is open to children ages preschool to upper elementary, with programs, story times, reading logs and more.
Registration for “A Universe of Stories” is open now at the Waskom Public Library. Program activities will be held at 2 p.m. Thursdays, June 13, 20 and 27 and July 11, 18 and 25.
For more information, call the library at 903-687-3041. All programs are free of charge.
UM Army seeking projects for June 16-22
The United Methodist (UM) Army is seeking projects to do during the week of June 16-22, including: yard work; cleaning gutters; sheet rock repair; painting; porch, stair and siding repair; and wheel chair ramp (repair or installation).
The crew is seeking out projects in the Longview, Hallsville and surrounding area. This service is at no cost to the homeowner. The owner of the home must give written consent prior to the repair.
To schedule an appointment for a site visit to see if the crew can do the work, call First United Methodist Church of Hallsville at 903-660-3216 or Colleen at 903-701-1103. Aaron Dudley or Brian Brooks are overseeing the projects.
Jefferson library hosts author June 18
Jefferson Carnegie Library is hosting author Ann Weisgarber at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 18. Weisgarber will be speaking on the inspiration for her novel, “The Glovemaker,” set in 1880’s Utah.
Visiting with the author and fellow reading enthusiasts while sipping wine and snacking on refreshments provided by the Pulpwood Queens of East Texas book club. The event is free.
“The Glovemaker” will be available for purchase in hardback for $25. Novels “The Promise” and “The Personal History of Rachel DuPree” in paperback are $15. Cash or checks only. Call 903-665-8911 for more information.
Marshall chamber to host roundtable June 19
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce is organizing a community roundtable from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 19 at Don Juan’s Mexican Grill, 4803 East End Blvd. South, Marshall.
This meeting is an initiative of the chamber to unify Harrison County’s nonprofit organizations, schools and local businesses in sharing information about upcoming community events.
The chamber provides an online community calendar at www.marshalltexas.com and organizes a quarterly meeting to share information.
All interested representatives are invited to attend. Meals are the responsibility of each representative.
For more information, email info@marshalltexas.
Booker T.-Elysian Fields reunion is June 21-23
The Booker T. Washington/Elysian Fields Mass School reunion is set for June 21-23, 2019 at the Marshall Convention Center, 2501 E. End Blvd. S. in Marshall. For more information, call Mary Stephens at (972) 489-1222 or Jeanatta Smith at (903) 766-2666.
Central, Abney schools hosting reunion
The Central and Cary M. Abney (CCMA) schools will be hosting their school reunion July 26-28 at Waskom High School (formerly Cary M. Abney) in Waskom.
For more information, contact: Jimmie Winkley Jackson, 903-926-7771; Willie Brown Hill, 903-926-1611; Wanda Luster Mays, 318-455-3548; Robert “Sonny” Lacy, 318-636-4691; or Brenda Benton Hill, 903-687-2404.
Home Health Hospice in Marshall seeks volunteers
Texas Home Health Hospice needs volunteers to offer patient companionship, family support and office assistance. For information, email email@example.com or call Kristi Buckrell at (903) 234-0943.
Extension Quilt and Crafts club meetings set
The quilt and crafts club, sponsored by the Harrison County Extension Office, will meet at 1:30 p.m. every first and third Tuesday at the Harrison County Extension Office, 102 W. Houston St. in Marshall. For more information, call 903-935-8414.
Food Pantry seeking volunteers
The Marshall Food Pantry is seeking volunteers to help run the facility. Duties include greeting clients, assisting them as they choose groceries, re-stocking shelves and taking delivery of donated food items. Volunteers can work a four-hour shift Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Teams of three workers each day is needed. Crafts and activities provided. Adults with children, as well as teenagers 16 and up, are welcome to serve. For information, call 903-472-4944.
Marshall Home Care hosts grief support
Marshall Home Care & Hospice has a grief support group which meets the last Thursday of every month at noon at 111. E. Burleson St. in Marshall. The group is open to the public, and its focus is assisting individuals as they navigate their way through the stages of grief. For information, call 903-923-8154.
Teen mom support group meet on third Tuesdays
Teen MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) has begun a teen group in Marshall. Teen MOPS provides a faith-based, supportive, nonjudgmental environment where teen moms can come together for mentoring and encouragement. This group is a section of the Christian organization, MOPS International and is for mothers ages 22 and younger. The group meets at 5:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at Immanuel Baptist Church. A meal and childcare is provided. Attendees will also receive free giveaways including diapers, wipes, and other baby essentials. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
American Legion seeks new members
Harrison County has more than 5,000 Veterans, yet the Smiley — Summers post only has 144 members and George Thompson post has 38. Not only are veterans eligible to join the Legion, but there is a place for families with the Auxiliary and the Sons of the Legion. American Legion Post 267 is located at 1904 Bomar St. For information on how to join, call 903-935-2655.