Canton Rotary Club Recognizes December 2017 Students of the Month Today, the Canton Rotary Club recognized Students of the Month from Canton Junior High and Canton High School. Counselors from each campus accompanied the students, along with parents, eager to photograph honorees who have reportedly been gracious and considerate of fellow students, and have worked hard to achieve good grades and participate in extra-curricular … [Read more] about Canton Rotary Club Recognizes December 2017 Students of the Month
SHOULD GENTILES CELEBRATE THE LORD’S FEASTS? It is a modern-day phenomenon that more and more Christians are discovering the Feasts of the Lord, and are finding joy and fulfillment in observing them, often together with Jewish believers. There are some in the … [Read more] about SHOULD GENTILES CELEBRATE THE LORD’S FEASTS?
Canton Christian Academy Provides Educational Option for K-12 The Canton Chamber of Commerce welcomed another member yesterday at the ribbon cutting for Canton Christian Academy, located on the corner of Farm to Market Roads 17 and 1255. The school is … [Read more] about Canton Christian Academy Provides Educational Option for K-12
Why Valley Forge? (1777-1778) On December 19, 1777, one day after America’s First National Thanksgiving, Washington’s army marched into Valley Forge to begin preparations for winter camp. Valley Forge, named after an iron forge on Valley Creek, was about 20 … [Read more] about Why Valley Forge? (1777-1778)
FFA Fundraiser on Tap for Thursday At last Thursday's Canton Rotary meeting, Canton Future Farmers of America (FFA) student members: Chapter President D. J. Spencer, Jacob Birdwell, Cheyenne Collard, and Sydney Ellis addressed Rotarians and told … [Read more] about FFA Fundraiser on Tap for Thursday
Navigating Health Insurance Plans, Topic of Canton Chamber Luncheon Tanya Boyd of Tanya Boyd & Associates, LLC was the guest speaker at the Canton, Texas Chamber of Commerce luncheon yesterday, November 7, 2017. She went over several ways to choose health … [Read more] about Navigating Health Insurance Plans, Topic of Canton Chamber Luncheon
Senator Bob Hall: I Urge you to vote AGAINST “DCS Prop A” It is time to end the unsafe, unreliable and financially mismanaged government bureaucracy that is endangering our children and squandering hundreds of millions of hard earned taxpayer dollars. VOTE … [Read more] about Senator Bob Hall: I Urge you to vote AGAINST “DCS Prop A”
Ten Things Parents May Not Know About Teen Driver Safety Motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of death for teens 15-to-19 years old in the U.S. and in Texas. And, it is not just the teen drivers at risk, it is also their passengers … [Read more] about Ten Things Parents May Not Know About Teen Driver Safety
Is THE FALL of Our Nation upon Us? The FALL. No, not the one in the Garden of Eden, although it probably played a part, I’m talking about The Fall of the United States since 1787. Some of you—a few of you—may recognize this as the year our Constitution was … [Read more] about Is THE FALL of Our Nation upon Us?
The Men and Ladies of Honor program, based in Rowlett, Texas, is pleased to announce the release of its life-changing leadership and character curriculum in Spanish. “A door has been opened to bring the Gospel and the Honor Impact to Spanish-speaking … [Read more] about Men and Ladies of Honor Student Program Released in Spanish