The Azle Retired Teachers organization (ATRSEA) will hold its October meeting at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 at Moe’s Country Kitchen, 316 W. Main Street in Azle. State Representative Charlie Geren will speak on education and issues regarding active and retired teachers.
“Mr. Geren brings great insight and knowledge of the legislative process and what we can expect in the next session of the legislature,” said Diane Nutt of ATRSEA. “He is always a popular speaker and a true advocate for the Azle area.… Read the rest
Kidd joins Bovea following VanderKaay’s departure
by Carla Noah Stutsman
Azle police Officer Chance Kidd has been selected for the position of School Resource Officer (SRO) for the Azle Independent School District.
Kidd fills the position vacated by former Azle Officer David VanderKaay, who left recently for a position nearer to his home.
“My daughter is a senior in high school this year, and I really wanted to be closer so I can be more involved there,” VanderKaay said.… Read the rest
by Sue Turnipseed
The B.J. Clark Community Center is a place for all over 60 years old to meet Monday through Friday for fellowship and a good meal at noon.
Call 817-444-0070 and reserve a meal, then come on down and join the Lunch Bunch and enjoy a good lunch.
We got some good food last Friday as two volunteers went downtown to the Tarrant Area Food Bank and picked up a load of food to bring out to distribute to the members.… Read the rest
Gibbons, Bivens, Brown, Sellers lauded
by Mark K. Campbell
A quartet of top Azle High School students was named the October Rotary Students of the Month.
Earning certificates were Garrett Gibbons, Sydney Bivens, Taylor Brown, and Chasity Sellers.
Gibbons sits at No. 12 scholastically in the Class of 2015.
Involved in an array of AHS activities, Gibbons is especially busy with band.
Aside from being a member of the Marching Green Pride, he is the captain of the award-winning AHS drumline.… Read the rest