“The Greatest Time of Year’ is the theme of the annual Christmas recital to be presented by the students of Kristina’s Studio of Dance in Sherman. The recital will be at 2 p.m. on Dec. 7 at the Sherman High School auditorium. It is free and open to the public.
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Holiday hilarity will take over the Finley Theater Stage when the Sherman Community Players presents A Tuna Christmas, starting this week.
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Wednesday afternoon people in Grayson County were busy getting ready for their Thanksgiving feasts and festivities. From folks shopping at local grocery stores to those taking the time to do some retail therapy with family, most who were asked listed family the No. 1 thing from which they are thankful.
COLBERT, Oklahoma - The Colbert Historical Society (CHS) will host its annual “Cocoa & Carols” event on Dec. 6 in downtown Colbert. The public is encouraged to attend this free program which will begin at 6 p.m. and will continue for approximately two hours.
Denison residents in need are encouraged to apply for holiday food and gift assistance from the Denison Goodfellows program. The program is overseen by Denison Lions Club Charities, Inc.
VAN ALSTYNE - Jacob Williams of Van Alstyne was recently awarded first place in the senior division, short story category in the EPIC (Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition) New Voices Young Writers Competition.
A fashion fundraising sale is being held by the TMC Volunteers next week. Proceeds will benefit the group’s healthcare projects at Texoma Medical Center and in the community.
BONHAM - The Glaser Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship Program has awarded scholarships totaling $20,850 to area students for the spring 2015 semester. Due to the success of the GFCF Golf Tournament that was held in August at Legacy Ridge Country Club, the foundation was able to increase the award amount this semester.
Beginning Dec. 1, the community can honor the lives of loved ones in a special way when Home Hospice of Grayson, Fannin and Cooke Counties officially begins its annual “Light Up A Life” tree. Located in the atrium of Kelly Square in downtown Sherman, the tree is decorated by the community each year in remembrance of patients and their special life-long journey. Each light and each dove is placed on the tree by family members or friends in remembrance of their loved one. Proceeds benefit the work of the non-profit Home Hospice organization.