Rodney Cheshire has been a public servant for the most of his adult life – as a police officer, as a Diboll ISD trustee, as a volunteer with the Boys & Girls Club and also a youth sports coach.
Now, Diboll is giving back.
The Cheshire family – Rodney, wife Carole and son Cameron – lost their home last weekend to a fire. They weren’t at home at the time; they were in Fort Worth where Rodney Cheshire was attending a school board confer-ence.
The community is hosting a dinner to help the Cheshire family as they re-bound from their loss. A chicken spaghetti meal will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 26, in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church-Diboll.
An account has been set up at Temple-Inland Federal Credit Union… Read More
A bit of Diboll history was recognized on Saturday afternoon, June 20, as the first inductees to the H.G. Temple Alumni Memorial Wall were honored.
Five former principals and one former teacher from H.G. Temple High School were honored at an event in which several alumni from the school were on hand to attend and pass on memories from the school.
Those honored were J.W. Hogg, James Hurdle, William Davis, C.O. Bradley, H.C. Kenyon and Willie Massey.
“This is a great way for the history of the school to live on,” Diboll ISD Superintendent Gary Martel said. “The young people can see this and ask questions so they can learn a little bit about the history of the school.”
H.G. Temple High School served as the school for… Read More
A wide variety of activities is in store for the coming year at the T.L.L. Temple Memorial Li-brary. Many of the events will be made possible by grants from the T.L.L. Temple Foundation Keeler Grant Program. Funds totaling almost $19,000 were approved and earmarked for li-brary programming and for the Alliance for Educational and Cultural Enrichment in Diboll (AECED) program.
About $11,500 will go to AECED. This program has been in existence since the 1990s, with the library becoming the fiscal agent last year. Its goal is to expose the children of Diboll to a variety of artistic and cultural experiences.
The majority of the money will be used to pay for students to attend various artistic performanc-es at both Stephen F. Austin State University and Angelina College.
Students will also experience a couple of special activities… Read More
It is time to sign up for Future Jacks for the 2015 football season. Future Jacks is for boys and girls who will be in 1st grade through 6th grade for the school year of 2015-2016. The last day to sign up for Future Jacks will be Aug. 15. For a form or for more information, call Debbie Haschke at 936-829-0681 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bird barn for sale
The DHS Alumni Assoc. is selling tickets on a “barnhouse for your birds” to raise money for its scholarship fund. Tickets $1 each/ 6 for $5. Call Jimmie Woodard at 936-238-2640 or Fran McClain at 936-829-2779. .
First Apostolic Church has “Bountiful Delights” cookbook… Read More
Where does your help come from? How do you go about getting help?
It depends on what the problem is. We pray you know Jesus Christ can and will help you with anything. God’s Bible says in Psalm 124:8, “Our help is in the name of the Lord, who made heaven and earth.”
All you have to do is surrender your will to Jesus and receive His forgiveness of your sins. Jesus is truly the Helper you need. Jesus is waiting to answer your call.
— Bro. Kenny… Read More