Toni Deaton of the First Presbyterian Church of Commerce says the fifth annual Summer Creative Arts and Music Program (SCAMP) will be presented Monday, July 8 through Friday, July 12. It's a morning camp for children entering the first through sixth grade. Registration is limited to 30 children. Call 903-886-3783 or email firstname.lastname@example.org in inquire.
Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville comments on the day-long series of events taking place in honor of the Fourth of July in Greenville, starting with the Firecracker 5-K at 8 a.m., followed by the Park Street parade at 10 a.m. and a program of patriotic songs at the Kavanaugh United Methodist Church on Park Street 11. The city's Bottle Rocket Bash starts at 6 p.m.
Emily Glass brings us up to date on the latest developments in the Sulphur Springs, including a new location of Los Mochis Restaurant, familiar to Commerce Tex-Mex fans, in the downtown area. And Emily says the Sweet Grind, a coffee shop that also sells ice cream and candy, has recently opened downtown.
Kim Saenz, director of the Hunt Regional Emergency Centers in Commerce and Quinlan, credits the Bargain Box in downtown Commerce with providing exceptional service Hunt Regional Healthcare, including the recent purchase of a transport monitor, costing about $7,000, and providing continuous monitoring of patients as the move from one location to another within the hospital. Kim also discusses servi
Derek Price, owner of Green Shoot Media and producer of the "Celebrate Hunt County" video series, says the latest video hails the cooperative spirit seen in the city after strong winds caused extensive damage on June 19. Derek also discusses his soon-to-begin video series, "Celebrate McKinney."