A new documentary film, Denison Dam - Taming the Raging Red, a history of Denison Dam and the creation of Lake Texoma, will premier this Saturday during Denison’s annual Main Street Fall Festival. Three free showings of the 40-minute-long documentary will be held at the Rialto Theatre. The showings are scheduled for 10:30 a.m., 12 noon and 1:30 p.m. DVD copies of the documentary will be available for purchase at the theatre.
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Did you know only 10 percent of American adults and children eat the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables each day? This means many families are missing out on the health benefits that fruits and vegetables provide, such as a lowered risk for heart disease and some types of cancer. By serving family meals that showcase a variety of ingredients from all five food groups, you will help your family meet their daily recommended servings and encourage lifelong healthy eating patterns.
Program covers owls
Courtesy photo Piano, vocal program. Residents of Pecan Point Assisted Living and Memory Care in Sherman were recently treated to a patriotic musical program by voice and piano students of Susan Matthews. Performers were: front row, Layne Sparlin, Kaelie Massenburg and Jacob Houghton; second row, Morgan McCrady, Luke Sparlin, Aiden Hill and Landry Massenburg; and back row, Maggie McCrady, Jake Noltensmeyer and Molly McCrady.
Do your fur-kids enjoy the cold weather or do they use shivery days to campaign for more lap time? How do your pets stay warm during shivery days?
Nicholas Good, Devan Jones, Gabe Terrell
This is the fourth in a series of article by the Texoma Community Center celebrating September as Destination Dignity Month.
With the holidays quickly approaching, this is typically not the time of year people begin dieting and/or exercising. However, that’s just what the Grayson County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is promoting as it launches its Step Up & Scale Down this week.
Theatricks’ Project Theatre traveling show, The Little Red Hen, will begin its fall season on Oct. 2 with a visit to Houston Elementary School in Denison. The traveling show will be performing at local and area schools during regular school hours every Thursday throughout the fall.
A nationally-known artist will be the topic of the book review luncheon to be hosted on Oct. 1 by the Friends of the Sherman Public Library. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and the review begins at noon at the Sherman library. The lunch and review are free and open to the public, but seating is limited and reservations are required.