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Terral News February 8 2018

As far back as I can remember, my mother would have me down by the bed at night with her, praying.  I can still hear her voice calling my name to God and telling Him  that she wanted me to follow Him in whatever he called me to do. – Charles R. Swindoll

TERRAL CITY HALL NEWS- Our regular city council meeting will be on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 at the City Hall Meeting Room beginning at 6:00 p.m.

COMMUNITY CENTER ANNUAL DINNER – The Terral Community Center will have its fund raising dinner on Saturday, February 10th at the Terral Community Center from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. We will be serving Chili, Beans, Stew & Cornbread. Dessert and Drink will be included. Cost will be DONATION ONLY!  We will also have carry out beginning 4:00 p.m by calling 940-366-4501. As always we will be asking our local cooks to help with donated desserts.  All proceeds will go to the upkeep of the Terral Community Center.

Make plans to join us!

FBC Girl in Action Group – The GA T-Shirts are in and if you ordered a T-Shirt from a GA they will be delivered this week.  We are open for new orders if anyone would like to oder a T-Shirt.  Please call Shirley at 437-2337.  We are still taking recipes for our Community Cookbook until Feb. 14th.   You may drop them by City Hall or to Shirley or Mary Alice Kunkel.  Thanks!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY – Geneva Fulton partied on Feb. 4th.

Happy Anniversary – Donna & Jimmy Wesberry celebrated their second anniversary on Feb. 2, 1018.

COMMUNITY PRAYER LIST – Cindy Day, Tony Rodriguez, Brenda Bryant, Scotty Day, Tom Baysinger, Sue and Avery Linton, Martin Villarreal, Sr., Joe Martin, Faye Tanner,

Adam White, Mary Loo Duke, Florita Villarreal, Glen Martin, Robert Harness, Esther

Grimes, Marie Pollan, Virginia Tanner, Darlene Hall, Carrie Sheffield, T.K. Delaney, Manuel Villarreal, Shanna Reed and our military stationed around the world. May God Keep you in His loving care.

Terral Receives REAP Grant for 2018

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Vincente Villarreal, Town of Terral Mayor

Ronnie Ward, Executive Director of ASCOG

 

The Terral REAP grant of $45,00 will be used to install new water meter to customers. The current meters are obsolete and do not reflect an accurate accounting of water usage.

 

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