Kline Whitis Elementary School students who maintained perfect attendance through the third nine-week period of the school term are listed below, as are those students nominated for character awards during that period.
AdventHealth Central Texas hosted a reception and graduation ceremony May 8 for nurses who completed the hospital’s 12- week residency program.
Lometa L-M Garden and Civic Club will not hold its annual picnic at the Lometa Regional Park this year, but instead members will have a called business meeting May 18 at 7 p.m. at the garden club building.
New Beginning of Restoration and Hope, a pregnancy resource center at 1920 South U.S. Highway 183, is hosting an art competition for all ages.
Principal Wes Graham has released the names of students honored for their academic work and character displayed at Kline Whitis Elementary School over the third nine-week period.
As of May 4, AdventHealth Central Texas and AdventHealth Rollins Brook have reopened the following services:
Cedar Hill Healthcare Centre residents Bessie Preece, left, and Joan Hethcock pose for a photo during the center’s recent “COVID Campout.” About 20 of the center’s residents participated in a free camping-themed photo shoot, and all 40 residents will take part in the campout theme for a nursing home week observance this month.
Due to continued concerns about the spread of COVID-19, Central Texas College has announced its courses originally scheduled as face-to-face classes at its Central, Fort Hood and Service Area campuses will be delivered as online courses for the summer 2020 semester.