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Thursday, December 6, 2018
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COMMUNITY THEATER COMEDY: A Doublewide, Texas Christmas will have a two-week run at Snyder’s Ritz Theater, beginning with Friday, Dec. 7’s 7 p.m. show. Other 7 p.m. shows are scheduled for Dec. 8, 14 and 15. Matinees at 2 p.m. are scheduled for Dec. 9 and 16.



A Doublewide, Texas Christmas at Ritz Theater through Dec. 16

SNYDER—Nothing beats Christmas in Doublewide, Texas. The cast of the Ritz Community Theater’s production of A Doublewide, Texas Christmas is ready to bring the Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten comedy to the stage. The play will have a two-week run beginning with Friday, Dec. 7’s 7 p.m. show. Other 7 p.m. shows are scheduled for Dec. 8, 14 and 15. Matinees at 2 p.m. are scheduled for Dec. 9 and 16. Tickets, which will be available at the door, are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

--The Snyder Daily News


Christmas in the Barn set for Dec. 13

CROSBYTON—Santa, music, shopping and food are all on tap for Thursday, Dec. 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Christmas in the Barn at Ericson Pioneer Farm and Ranch Museum, 211 E. Aspen Street. There will be valet parking for anyone who needs assistance in walking, and the Crosbyton High School Band Boosters will be selling a meal, a fundraiser for an upcoming band trip. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be on hand to hear requests and take photos. A Harley-Davidson motorcycle will be raffled off for the Save the Pool fund by the Crosbyton Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture.

--Crosby County News


Full Gospel Church to feature special guest Dec. 9

ROARING SPRINGS—The Roaring Springs Full Gospel Church, 603 2nd St., will feature a special service Sunday evening, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. Evangelist Rod Vincent from Houston will deliver the message. For more information, call (806) 348-7943.

--The Caprock Courier


Aspermont angel trees offers opportunities to give

ASPERMONT—For 12 years Aspermont has been helping those less fortunate have a happier holiday with their two angel trees. Applications for assistance are sent home with schoolchildren for parents to fill out if they so choose, and while many families are different in their list of needs, many ask for basic necessities, such as coats and shoes. There are two tree locations in Aspermont, one at the First National Bank of Aspermont and the other at the principal’s office at the Aspermont High School.

--The Double Mountain Chronicle


Community-wide Christmas Sing benefits Post Cares

POST—The 2018 Community Christmas Sing was held at First United Methodist Church Wednesday, Dec. 5. The fundraiser benefitted the nonprofit organization Post Cares, a program that provides a hand-up, not a hand-out, to assist those who are going through a tough spot — that can include utility bills, transportation, emergency food and clothing. The organization works closely with the sheriff’s department, Salvation Army and CPS, and remains on call 24/7. They operate out of the First United Methodist Church. Since 2003 Pixie Graham has been their director. If you would like to donate to Post Cares, 100 percent of your donation will be directed to those in need. You can mail your donation to: Post Cares, 216 W. 10th or drop it off at the church office Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

--The Post Dispatch


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