Permission packets for screening for the Azle Independent School District’s Gifted and Talented identification in grades K-5 are now available. Packets are due to school counselors on May 9. Screening for Gifted and Talented identification will begin May 12.
Parents should contact the counselor at each campus for more information.… Read the rest
The Azle Historical Museum, 124 West Main Street, is conducting a fundraising bake sale Saturday, May 10 from 9 a.m. until noon (or when items sell out).
Available for purchase: homemade cakes, cookies, muffins, brownies, and other baked goods.
Funds raised cover expenses that help keep the museum free to the public.… Read the rest
A reception honoring Joe Lieb, retiring executive director of Azle’s Community Caring Center, will be held from 3-5 p.m. Friday, May 2, at 404 W. Main Street in Azle.
The public is invited to stop by with well wishes. Light refreshments will be served.… Read the rest
The Azle Lions Club invites the public to its annual garage sale slated from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, May 3, in the Lions Club Building located at 412 Commerce Street across from the Azle Post Office.
Proceeds benefit Lions Club projects throughout the year.… Read the rest
The 8th Annual Sid Dechert Memorial Golf Tournament is slated for an 8 a.m. shotgun start Wednesday, April 30, at Cross Timbers Golf Course, 1181 S. Stewart Street in Azle.
The event is sponsored by State Representative Charlie Geren.
Entry fee for the Florida Scramble-style tournament is $60 and includes a catfish lunch. Register by calling Cross Timbers Golf Course at 817-444-4940.… Read the rest
Many school activities require the passing of a medical physical. Exams will be offered for $20 at the high school gym Thursday, Apr. 24 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Doctors and staff from John Peter Smith Hospital, AISD trainers, and coaches will be part of the process. Youths should wear shorts and t-shirts.
Activities that require physicals: football, cheerleading, tennis, cross country, volleyball, wrestling, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball track, powerlifting, swimming, and golf.… Read the rest
A Neon Glow Dance for fifth and sixth grade students who attend Azle and Hoover Elementary Schools will be held at Azle Junior High, 6-9 p.m. Friday, April 25. Admission is $5 per student.
Parents must sign students in and out students at the door. Pizza, candy, drinks, and glow sticks require extra money. Prizes will be awarded for best Neon Glow dress, King and Queen from each school, and dance contests.… Read the rest