JACKSONVILLE — Top: Daniel Minton, marketing director of Bonner Street Plaza senior residential center, left, and Glenn Conner, his counterpart at Grace Healthcare Services, dish up take-out plates of barbecue Wednesday for individuals who donated to the Toys for Tots campaign – like Amy Woodall, below right. Minton said the drive-through campaign netted $275 in donations. In addition, about 65 chopped beef sandwiches – provided by Conner – were given out. This is the second year that Grace has sponsored the drive benefitting Toys for Tots. Above, right: Amy Woodall waits for a sandwich Wednesday after she makes a donation. Above, left: Minton displays some of the items donated Wednesday. Toys for Tots has several drop boxes located throughout Cherokee County; for more information, contact the Marine Corps League Jacksonville Texas Det. #1381 at 903-721-1277.
Jacksonville College, high schools team up to offer dual credit program
Jacksonville College is currently offering qualifying high school juniors and seniors attending Jacksonville and New Summerfield ISDs and The Brookhill School in Bullard the opportunity to get head start on their higher education.Continued ...
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