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Washington Phillips and His Manzarene Dreams...
Thursday, February 09, 2017 - Michael Corcoran
Saturday’s event in Teague was a big success. Too successful for several folks who came to buy books but were unable because I sold every one even before the talk. Is there a way to let folks know that they can order a signed copy of “Washington Phillips and His Manzarene Dreams” from me for $25.00, which includes postage and handling. Make checks out to Michael Corcoran and send to P.O. Box 313, Smithville, Texas 78957. Thank you.
A Special Thank You
Thursday, January 26, 2017 - Janie Bottoms
A special Thank You from the Waco VA Hospital to Prosperity Bank and the surrounding Teague community. We appreciate the Christmas Gifts presented to us on December 24th.
From the 60 Veterans on Building 10.
Janie Bottoms, RNMore →
Love of Law Enforcement
Thursday, January 19, 2017 - Megan Martin
Thank you so much for giving “Love of Law Enforcement” the free press to let the public know about our efforts to help our officers in Freestone County.
Also, Thank you for the discount you gave us on the printing for the tickets and flyers.
Thanks to your help and the donations of others, our goal was successful.
Introducing Freestone Medical Center
Thursday, January 19, 2017 - Stace Holland, CEO, Freestone Medical Center
Introducing Freestone Medical Center: New Name, Same Great Service
January 1st marked a new year and the opening of Freestone Medical Center. We are pleased to offer comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services to support the needs of Freestone County and surrounding communities. Our team is here for you with high-quality, compassionate care where and when you need it.
I am excited to serve as Chief Executive Officer of Freestone Medical Center as we honor our past and embrace the future. I also want to welcome Ron Hunt, a senior healthcare executive, who recently joined our team as Interim Chief Financial Officer.
You’re invited to celebrate with us! Please join us on Tuesday, January 24, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. for a Community Open House to be held in the hospital lobby. We want to celebrate with you!
This is a very special community. I’m proud of our team of health care professionals who have worked tirelessly over the course of the past year to guide our transition to Freestone Medical Center. Patient care is our top priority. Our commitment is to you and we’ll continue to offer and expand the quality services you need.
To celebrate our new beginning, you’ll also notice some visible changes as we refresh our signs to display our new name.
From all of us at Freestone Medical Center - our Board, hospital leadership, employees, and medical staff - thank you for your support.
Stace Holland, CEO
Freestone Medical CenterMore →
Letter of Interest
Thursday, January 12, 2017 - Cassasndra Daniels
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.
Office of Stephanie Burns
Teague, TXMore →
Want to say thank you
Thursday, December 15, 2016 - Marilyn Michaud
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!