Letter of Interest

Letter of Interest

Due to the community’s outstanding support of the Teague Christmas Angel Tree Program of 2016, it was a huge success. We surpassed 2015’s numbers; and this year 40 families, which included 97 kids were provided Christmas.

We would like to say thank you to everyone who adopted all of our angels, provided monetary donations, or gave unwrapped gifts. You can follow us on Facebook at Teague angel tree for more information. 

Cassasndra Daniels

Office of Stephanie Burns

Farmers Insurance

Teague, TX

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Want to say thank you

Dear Steve:

I am writing as both a citizen and an Alderman to personally thank several people for the great display of Christmas lights in the City Park and on Main Street.

We need to thank the Gregory’s, Mike and Sherri, for donating the main display of park lights and the individuals who sponsored individual trees.

A big thank you to Mike Gregory for the hours he spent helping to get it set up; Mike Powell and Donald Thomas from Public Works Parks; Debbie Sanoja; everyone decorating a “sponsored” tree; Matt Stentz from Code Enforcement; the Public works crew for their help where needed and the guys from the Boyd Unit.

We are hoping for “Bigger and Better” next year. Anyone with lights or displays who would like to donate to the 2017 lighting, let the Teague City Hall know. Let’s get involved!

Marilyn Michaud


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International Stuttering Awareness Day

Dear Steve,


October 22nd is International Stuttering Awareness Day. Did you know that 70 million people worldwide stutter--more than the population of France?

 For nearly 70 years, the Stuttering Foundation has offred free information about stuttering and its treatment. To mark this year’s awareness day, we’ve compiled information for all ages from speech-language pathologists around the world who specialize in the treatment of stuttering. This invaluable info can be found at www.StutteringHelp.org.

 We hope to reach everyone with accurate and informed information about stuttering.



Jane Fraser, President

The Stuttering Foundation

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