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Five generations

Courtesy photo Five generations The Carroll family recently gathered for a five generation photo. Shown are: seated, Bennie Imogene Carroll of Denison holding Luke Blaine Daniel Gurau of Oklahoma City; and clockwise, Adell L. Wiggins of Sherman, Sese Burk and Gina Burk, both of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Snakes are program topic

Snakes of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge will be the topic for a special presentation at 3 p.m. this Sunday at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.The program is free and open to the public. It will be held in the multi-purpose meeting room at the refuge’s Visitor Center. No reservations are needed.

P’ETiQuette: Pets playing around

Cat play, dog play and kitten games are exactly the same – only different – with identical purposes but variation in styles. These days, I have a front-row seat with the “old lady” Seren-Kitty doing her best to keep order while Magical-Dawg and Karma-Kitten wreak havoc.You can’t help but smile or laugh out loud when the fur-kids throw a play-party.

Harrod — 50th

Albert and Dorothy Harrod of Denison were honored on July 12 at Frontier Village with a reception in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. Hosts were their sons and daughters-in-law.

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CASA volunteers still needed

BONHAM — On July 29, the Children’s Center will host an informational session about becoming a volunteer advocate for children in foster care. “People who are even the slightest bit interested in becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate are encouraged to come to our center, get a tour and talk to our volunteers and staff,” said Sandy Barber, executive director of the center. It will be come and go from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the center at 112 West Fifth in Bonham.

Students make Dean’s List

SEARCY, Arkansas - Cina Catteau of Denison and Sarah Noble of Sherman were named to the Dean’s List at Harding University for the spring 2014 semester. To be eligible, the student must be carrying 12 or more hours with a 3.65 or higher grade point average and no incompletes.

Quilt Hop features quilts new to antique

BONHAM — Modern-day to antique and historic quilts will make up this year’s Bonham Quilt Hop. The free event will encompass several locations throughout Bonham, all featuring various quilt exhibits from local quilters and collections.