Sherman Community Players presents THE MUSIC MAN!
2/14 Preview – 7:00 PM curtain
2/15 Opening – 7:30 PM curtain
2/16 Matinee – 2:00 PM curtain
2/16 Evening – 7:30 PM curtain
2/17 Matinee – 2:00 PM curtain
2/21 Evening – 7:30 PM curtain
2/22 Evening – 7:30 PM curtain
2/23 Matinee – 2:00 PM curtain
2/23 Evening – 7:30 PM curtain
2/24 Matinee – 2:00 PM curtain
Tickets go on sale to season members on Monday, February 11th and opened to the general public on Wednesday, February 13th. You can purchase online at www.scptheater.org, at our box office or by calling 903-892-8818.
Brennan and I would love to see you there!
Thanks to Barb Rush and Jan Fletcher for putting this together.
Trump’s undemocratic power grab to secure his racist border wall is a direct attack on our democracy. Let’s be clear: Trump is the real national emergency. In crisis moments like this—when a president abuses power so egregiously—how the citizenry responds can shape the course of our country’s history. That’s why we’re launching the crisis response network and organizing MoveOn members and allies to attend hundreds of crisis response events all across the country on Monday February 18 at noon. Together, we will say NO to Trump’s power grabs, NO to his racist border wall, NO to xenophobia, and NO to HATE.
Join us for a fun journey through the options that Creative Memories offers to help you journal, scrapbook and document your day-to-day happy life on the go! We will be joined by Diane Lampert from the Creative Memories Home Office.
Join us for lunch & Keystones provided by Shawn Kincannon with Red River Title as he discusses the top 3 legal documents that he encounters living will, power of attorney, divorce decrees.This event is mandatory RSVP due to limited seating. PLEASE make sure you contact the office to reserve your seat. Clicking Going or Interested will NOT save you a seat.
Solve practical problems, grow your network, and get creative with planning.
This presentation is designed for Texoma’s city leaders – including interested stakeholders, elected officials, city managers and secretaries, planning & zoning, and community & economic development professionals.
February’s topic: Stormwater Drainage & Management – Making the Most of What Nature Throws at You
** Guest Speaker: Lance Koth, PE **
About Lance: Lance J. Koth, P.E. received a Civil Engineering degree from Virginia Tech in 1989 and has been working in Land Development and Environmental Engineering roles for three decades. Mr. Koth is a Model Law Engineer, originally licensed in Virginia and additionally licensed in Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Wyoming, Virginia and North Carolina. His career has been focused on Land Development and Environmental Engineering with particular focus on stormwater management.
Mr. Koth is the Director of Civil Engineering Services at KJE and works with developers and municipalities to develop cost-effective solutions to a variety of drainage and stormwater management issues primarily related to land development and environmental projects.
** Location **
Texoma Council of Governments
Texoma Room (2nd Floor)
1117 Gallagher Drive
Sherman, TX 75090
** For more information or to register **
This meeting is the first of a series hosted by TCOG on a variety of topics related to small city management. Presentations by subject matter experts tackling real problems, two hours every other month. Bring your lunch – tea, coffee, & water provided.
Meet & Greet: 5:30-6:00pm
Meeting & Vote: 6:00-7:00pm
100 Who Care Grayson County Texas, is a committed group who gather four times a year for a one-hour meeting, learn about local charities, and each donate a $100 check, per meeting, to the local charity that the membership votes on. 100 people donating just $100 each equates to a combined donation of $10,000 per quarter. That’s $40,000 a year, what a difference we can make in just 4 hours a year! Our 100 Who Care GCT giving circle hopes to donate $40,000 plus into Grayson County Charities in our first year of 2019 and grow from there. In our group, everyone is welcome, we hope you will join us at our next meeting to see how easy and fulfilling it is to make a difference.
Join the women of WOVI Sherman for our monthly chapter meeting with guest speaker Tania Tuck. Tania Tuck has 20 years as a Teacher and a decade as an Emotional Wellness Specialist. Using this knowledge as a Coach, Mentor and Educator, she refocuses you on yourself first, so that you can offer the most to others in terms of love and contribution. This evening she is going to take you through a process to refine your vision for yourself!
We meet at Gallery Off the Square at Ideation Station LLC at the corner of Travis and Jones in downtown Sherman, Texas. Enter through the Gallery door at 101 E. Jones.
First time visitors are free of charge. Visitors contribute $20 and members contribute $10 toward our meeting and chapter expenses.
Join us for a fun, educational event celebrating local black leaders. Dr. Charles Leslie, Jr. will be this year’s keynote speaker. Enjoy great food and community entertainment.
For more information, contact Kyra Carl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 903-647-1745
Free public presentation series to preview Doc Holliday: Saints & Sinners Festival in Downtown Denison, TX. Born and raised in Grayson County, Dusty Williams, age 32, can trace his roots to almost every little knock about town or community in the before mentioned county. At 14, with the guidance of his grandmother, Kim Williams, he began the study of genealogy and has remained extremely active in the field ever since. Running parallel with this passion is his love for county and local history. In 2006 he founded the Lost and Found Cemetery Preservation, a volunteer group dedicated to documenting and preserving lost and abandoned cemeteries throughout the Texoma region. He has also authored several books and is currently writing a historical column for a local newspaper as well as publishing and editing a newsletter for the nearby community of Dixie. Aside from this, he has managed several family and community reunions as well as giving tours of some of the county’s history. A member of numerous county societies, including the Grayson County Historical Society as well as the Grayson County Historical Commission, Williams continues to bring attention to Grayson County history-his home and his pride. Mr. Williams and his son now reside in Van Alstyne, Texas where he is the president of the Van Alstyne Historical Society.
The annual Kenneth W. Street Law Symposium invites lawyers, Austin College students, and others interested in the law profession to campus for discussion of timely issues in law and ethics. Registration for the 2019 Kenneth W. Street Law Symposium will be open soon.
The event honors the late Austin College Professor Emeritus Kenneth W. Street. A professor of political science at Austin College from 1959 to 1997, Dr. Street held the John D. Moseley Chair of Government and Public Policy and founded and directed the Social Science Laboratory. An award-winning teacher, he also served many years as the advisor for students considering careers in law and launched many professionals in the field.
The law symposium is organized by the Alumni “L” Law Association and Austin College Pre-Law Society, under the direction of Dr. Frank Rohmer, associate professor of political science and the John D. Moseley Chair of Government and Public Policy.
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