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Troup 'band can' to support food pantry

Wednesday, November 30

The three school bands in Troup are teaming up to show just how much they care about their community. The Troup sixth grade band, the middle school seventh and eighth grade band and the high school band will all be out to bring in all the cans of non-perishable foods they can over the next few weeks. The plan is that each band will try to out-do the other, build can food sculptures and donate the food to the Troup Community Food Pantry. DeeAnn Berryhill found the project as she and Karen Agnew brainstormed for a new idea on the annual food drive. “I just combed the internet for a fresh idea to get the kids involved,” Berryhill said. “Our bands are always so fun and ready to participate. Mr. Smith and Mrs. Wilson were eager to help.”

Bethlehem experience in Whitehouse

Wednesday, November 30

First Baptist Church of Whitehouse wants to share the real meaning of Christmas this year as they recreate Bethlehem. Come see what it might have been like at the time of Jesus’ birth from the comfort of your car. Bring your family and friends to travel through the streets of Bethlehem, watch angels as they announce the birth of Jesus, and see the manger. 

Troup Cares kicks off annual campaign

Wednesday, November 30

Troup Cares needs your assistance of food and money to help provide a better Christmas for needy families in the Troup area. Each year, Troup Cares makes Christmas better for many families in the Troup area.

Rock'n Christmas parade Saturday in Whitehouse

Wednesday, November 30

The annual Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade is set for Saturday, Dec. 3 beginning at 10 a.m. The theme for this year’s parade is Rock’n Christmas so viewers can expect a rock’n good time. Community organizations, businesses, churches as well as many units from the schools will be participating again this year.

Project Joy returns

Wednesday, November 30

Project Joy will be kicking off on Nov. 28 with the Whitehouse ISD elementary schools starting their can food collections. This is an exciting time for the students to practice giving to others with a little friendly competition between classes.