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Angel Tree Program needs your help

Angel Tree Program needs your help

The Farmersville Outreach Alliance Angel Tree Program is amid its busy season signing up, and then collecting gifts for the children in need. Organizer Judy Brandon said they have 177 Angels signed up and volunteers won’t rest until all the Angels are adopted. “We are...

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Quilts of Valor presented to area veterans

Quilts of Valor presented to area veterans

Following a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, two Farmersville Army veterans, along with veterans from four other communities, were thanked for their service with the gift of handmade quilts last week. Quilts of Valor were draped over the six veterans by...

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Local talent takes center stage

Local talent takes center stage

Amid a global pandemic, as the world faced fears, frustration, and more than a little bit of boredom, Gwen Snyder thought it would be a good idea to start a theater company. “The arts give you an opportunity outside of your paying job to laugh, to cry, and have a...

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Downtown pie shop now open

Downtown pie shop now open

Few things can give us peace, pleasure, and pure bliss like a slice of homemade pie. It reminds us of Grandma’s house or Thanksgiving or Sunday supper after church. There are absolutely no bad memories associated with pie. That’s the philosophy embraced by Elisë...

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Historical Society to host annual luncheon

Historical Society to host annual luncheon

For over two decades, the Farmersville Historical Society has been hosting one of the most popular social events in the city - and this year will be no different. After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the group’s annual Spring Luncheon fundraiser will offer the...

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