Variety Texas and Peaceable Kingdom have partnered up with Team Sirena Fest and the Salado Chamber of Commerce to bring a bounty of love in the form of gift baskets to Central Texas first responders, teachers and others with special needs during this difficult time.
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The City Federation of Women’s Clubs of Temple honored five individuals for their outstanding service to the community.
As church leaders have made adjustments to worship under quarantine condition, youth and children’s ministers have also made changes to keep their students engaged and entertained.
Local churches working to serve their community through the coronavirus pandemic have launched a campaign to show support to healthcare workers serving on the front lines.
Many people who have found themselves cooped up at home to prevent the spread of coronavirus have also found the time to take on some of those home organization projects they’ve been putting off for so long.
While church buildings sit empty on Sunday morning, the saints are not sitting idle. As life during a pandemic seems to grind to a halt, many volunteers are rising up to make sure the many needs still plaguing the community are still being met.
The Junior League of Bell County is tasking the community to support small businesses and fellow individuals with the launch of the We over Me campaign.
Although Salado Museum and College Park is temporarily closed to the public in response to COVID-19 and several fundraising events have been postponed, the museum’s capital campaign is still underway.