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Got Drugs - Drug Take Back

Most abused prescription drugs come from family and friends.  You could be a drug dealer and not even know it!

We will be having a drug take back program where you can turn unused or expired medications for a safe and proper disposal. Please bring in your unused or expired medications to:

Location: Kroger 12605 IH-45 North
Date:      October 26th, 2013
Time:      10:00 AM until 2:00 PM 

For more information please visit:
www.dea.gov
or call: 1-800-882-9539

Please tell your friends and family.  We look forward to seeing you there.



Walk for Cancer Awareness

November in cancer awareness month. To support us, come and join the two mile walk for a good cause.

When:                  Saturday, October 26, 2013
Where:                 Starting at the Goodwill (Old Kroger) parking lot
Sign Up/Sign In:   Starts at 8:30 AM 
Time:                   9:00 AM
Route:                  Goodwill parking lot.  Young Street, left onto Gerald Street, right onto Campbell Street, right onto MLK back to the Goodwill Parking lot.  

Donations are: $10.00 -- water will be provided.

Please dress comfortably!! 

This event is held on behalf of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church

For More Information Contact
    Bettie Barber at 936-662-7211
    Gladys McWashington at 936-648-1426



Annual Christms Parade and Festival

Please come and join the annual Christmas Parade.  This year's parade will be on December 7th, 2013, starting at 11:00 AM.

Line-up (assembly) time is 9:00 AM located on North Danville Street, just north of Longstreet. Start time is 11:00 AM, same route as last year.

If you were unable to join the fun, the route starts on Longstreet at North Danville, traveling south on North Danville to Marlin Street, left onto State Highway 75, then left onto Mink Street, disassembly is at the church. 

Afterwards there will be a festival for all to enjoy, this is held at the vacant lot between Zipp's and Pct. 1 JP's office.

Hope to see you there!!


Reporting Criminal Activity Directly to Detectives

A new e-mail address has been set up to provide information about crimes to detectives: . This is intended to provide another avenue for the citizens of our community to communicate any information that could help us prevent crime, or apprehend offenders if a crime occurs. It is not intended, however, to replace Montgomery County Crimestoppers.