Free, Free, Free Free is good, but fee is not. We all love free stuff despite if we need them as long as theyíre free. I think this is just a human nature way of thinking.
Scott Scope The Freedom Cemetery annual workday will be the second Saturday in May, (May 9,2015) at 9:00 a. m. If it rains, it will be the third Saturday in May, (May 16,2015). All old flowers will be removed except those on the headstones and on recent graves. Any flowers you want to keep, please remove before the workday.
Scott Scope April is Snack Cup time at Waldron City Hall to support the Waldron School Districtís Back-Pack program.† When you pay your water bill, attend a meeting, or just come by for any reason, youíre invited to make a donation of pudding cups, fruit cups, Jell-O cups, applesauce cups, or any other non-perishable food item.
The Forester Herald Forester, The Simple Times Though we have no way of knowing where all the people went when the town "moved away", we never stop trying to stay in touch with as many as possible, and hoping they will return to the reunion every year where we are forever saying "Oh look who's here" and "so glad to see you", with laughter and hugs all around.
Residents continue to enjoy spring with on-going activities The Easter Bunny has been very busy at the Waldron Nursing Center helping provide a variety of activities for the residents. Along with the annual Easter hat parade last week and bunny hop residents have continued to enjoy activities of Bunny Bingo with Volunteer Joanna calling the numbers and other Volunteer Pat Morales assisting with the bingo cards. As each one had a bingo they received a furry rabbit as a prize.
Waldron Police Log On 04-07-15 Breaking or Entering was reported on West 1st Street.
On 04-08-15 Residential Burglary and Theft of Property was reported on North Main Street.
On 04-09-15 James Stewart was arrested for Failure to Pay Fines.
On 04-09-15 Brent Smith was arrested for Failure to Appear in Court.
The Freemans Family harmony, powerful presence, and a timeless message made forever new. These are only a few of the rich gifts one can expect to experience when attending a concert or church service with The Freemans. This family, deeply rooted in more than three decades of singing Southern Gospel Music, has many accolades and awards to add to their long list of accomplishments. They have recorded more than twenty five albums. Multiple DVDs featuring live concerts can be found on their legacy list. Over the course of their tenure, they have humbly enjoyed the success of seven number one songs on the Singing News charts as well as over twenty Top 10 songs.
Daltonís Place scheduled for May 1 opening Daltonís Place is set to open their doors on Friday, May 1. Daltonís Place is a licensed level II Assisted Living that may be occupied by 58 seniors. They offer all meals, snacks, an active social program, medication assistance and any help residents may need with daily life.
Waldron Area Chamber banquet this Thursday The Waldron Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their 2015 annual banquet this Thursday, April 23 at the Waldron High School Commons, starting at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $12.50 each: a half table of 4-$50.00, table of 8-$100.00 and may be obtained from a Chamber Board member.
Donít ... DonítÖ make promises to people if we canít keep our word;
DonítÖ judge people if we donít know them well;
DonítÖ ever change just to impress and please people;
DonítÖ hold on to whatís holding us back, keep moving on our own chosen path;
The Forester Herald Forester, The Simple Times The longer I live and watch how he world changes, (called progress), the more I look back on our simple, but wonderful, life at Forester. We were moving, but taking our time, just glad to get up and start each new day. Our school had eight grades and we did not want to miss a day of learning and playing games together. The classroom were not crowded so the teachers had no problem with th basics and the students worked to see who could get the best grades.