Celebrations for the WOS Mustangs State Championship begin Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016 with a parade and recognition at the Orange Riverfront Pavilion. They continue on Jan. 17 with a recognition service and luncheon at Mt. Olive Baptist Church at 106 W Park Ave., Orange, Texas.
Designs for Championship tee shirts have also been finalized and orders are being accepted through Jan. 22, 2016.
Sunday, staging for the parade will be at the RIverfront Pavilion at 1 p.m. with the parade at 2 p.m. following the Mardi Gras Parade route, finishing up back at the pavilion.
Orange Community Players has been the local venue for Orange thespians for 57 complete seasons. In the middle of Season 58, things are busy.
Rehearsals have started for Steel Magnolias, the third production of the season. The play has been well received at all theaters it has been presented at. The movie was also a house packer with Academy Award winners in the cast.
OCP is putting together a great cast that even after only the first few rehearsals already act together as if they have always been the friends they are portraying in the play. Continue reading OCP busy at mid-season→
(Editors note: Due to a recent incident, we wanted to take a moment to help educate the public…we are a .info after all 😉 Thank you Mike.)
Occasionally you may see someone with a dog in a grocery store or a restaurant, or some other place you do not expect to see a dog. The person with the dog does not appear to be blind or have some other condition that you expect to see someone needing a dog to have. You may think that the dog has no place being where you see it, at the time. However, you are seeing someone with a Service Dog.
Service Dogs are not Guide Dogs, they are also not pets. They are working animals providing a needed service for someone with a disability. The disability may not be apparent. It may not be physical. It could be an emotional, psychological, or a medical condition like diabetes.