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4H & Extension News

Now through December 6, 2021, the Cass County Photography Contest is now open for 4H’ers. The extension office is asking that those interested register for this contest so that they can better document participation in this 4-H Project, as well as plans for judges, awards, and incentives They aim for a more successful experience this year and beyond. Call 903-756-5391 or visit their Facebook page for a registration link.

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School News

Early this Fall, when the award winning marching show, Vikings, was still coming together, a few members of the Queen City ISD staff were sitting in a meeting together discussing extracurricular activities.

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Chapter member Sue Lazara

Chapter member Sue Lazara presented an interesting, informative PowerPoint on the life of Mark Epperson at our October meeting. Our U.S. Daughters of 1812 chapter is named for Epperson, a War of 1812 Tennessee militiaman who migrated to the Sulphur River by November 1834. There for many years he operated a ferry on the well-traveled Trammell’s Trace. After her program, Sue received the prestigious Spirit of 1812 Award, a certificate and medal presented to someone who has made great contributions to the Society. Pictured below are Texas State President Ella Guaqueta, Sue Lazara, and Mark Epperson Chapter Spirit of 1812 Chairman Tammie Duncan Blackburn.

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