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City hall open
house is planned on Friday
___ The city of Jacksonvilleıs annual Christmas
open house will be held at city hall on Friday, Dec. 17 from noon to
3 p.m. The ceremony to present year pins and certificates to city employees
will begin at 2 p.m. in the council chamber.
___ Everyone is invited to stop by for
Drop seeking donations
___Operation Cookie Drop is looking for
homemade cookies to be delivered to the troops at Little Rock Air Force
Base Friday, Dec. 24.
___ Cookies can be delivered to Wing Headquarters
building, room 106 Monday, Dec. 20 or Tuesday, Dec. 21 or at the Jacksonville
Chamber of Commerce.
offers brunch on Thursday
Center will host a brunch beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday. Entertainment
will be provided by Marshall and Edith Smith. All seniors are invited
Head Start beginning
enrollment for program
Head Start at Bayou Meto Elementary School in Jacksonville, is now enrolling
children ages 3 and 4 born on or before Sept. 15, 2004, for the 2004-2005
___ To register bring the following: one
monthıs current and consecutive income, childıs original birth certificate,
current immunization record and childıs social security card.
___ For more information call the Head
Start office at Bayou Meto Elementary at 988-9554.
a hound mix medium sized male is 6 months old, neutered and current on
shots. He's great with kids and other dogs. Also available for adoption
is SAM, a lab male who is very calm and loving; CHOPS, a Australian shepherd
mix puppy who loves to play; BUDDY, a shepherd mix white, neutered and
housebroken; and a tri-color male beagle who needs a great inside home.
The shelter is located at 217 Redmond Road and is open from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Cabot shelter is overflowing with puppies which need good homes. For
more information, call 941-1610. The shelter also has adult dogs available
for adoption. The shelter is located at 800 Kerr Station Road. Call Sandy
or Lisa at the shelter at 843-2021 for more information.