Community Calendar

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Atlanta, TX
903-796-9090

20th Annual People Who Care Community Thanksgiving Dinner – Carpenter Ministries

These meals are provided at No Charge to anyone who would like a meal regardless of circumstances.  Meals will be delivered to senior citizens who will not receive their usual   Meals on Wheels meal Thanksgiving Day and are unable to come to the facility to eat.

Volunteers needed to: 

  • To Serve meals and/or deliver meals
  • Donate prepared ready to serve Turkey and/or Ham, Side dishes or Desserts
  • Contribute financially
  • Help with cleanup
  • Mingle and fellowship with those to come to center for meal

Volunteers are free to come as they have time to serve, from 8:30-2:00

Meals will be served and delivered from 11:00- 12:30

Senior Citizens can have a meal delivered to them by calling 903 826 4004 between 9:00- 11:30  ON THANKSGIVING MORNING ONLY…Do NOT call before then…NO pre orders taken. 

For More Information on volunteering, call Pam Clayton @ 903 826 4004

All financial donations are tax deductible checks can be made to: Carpenter Ministries, Inc.  PO Box 43 Atlanta, TX  75551

Thursday, November 23rd | Family Life Center of the Allday St 1st Baptist Church | 207 Allday Street


Cass County Genealogical Society

 The Cass County Genealogical Society is in the process of compiling a list of all the Cemetery Associations in Cass and the surrounding counties to publish info to Website. Contact Evan Evans at (903) 796 – 3081

Bivins Community Center holds a meeting every 1st Tuesday of the month – Pot Luck Dinner

Bivins Community Center is also available for rent – heat and air, chairs and tables for up to 75 people.  Rent is $55. for the 1st day and $50 for the day after, for more information you can call  (903) 796 – 4642


REBECCA’S PANTRY

Rebecca’s Pantry is open for those in need of food every Thursday from 9am-11:30am. Clients (families of lower income) are allowed once a month to receive food and must bring picture IS, proof of income. (If you qualify for food stamps. you will qualify here)

 


CHRISTIAN FOOD PANTRY

Opened the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 8a-10a.  Every 3rd Thursday, a produce truck comes (TBD)

If you would like to donate, there is an account at Regions Bank, or you can call (903) 244 – 6600


MISSION ATLANTA is a ministry outreach to bring awareness to those homeless.  Food and community interaction is given out Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 8:30am

For more info visit www.atlantafbc.org

 


RADIO AMATEURS OF CASS COUNTY

Meeting every third Saturday at 8:30am at the Hall-Miller Airport Lounge in Atlanta for a pancake breakfast. Call for more info to 903-824-2280

 


Community Singing – Huffines Community Center

Huffines Community Center is hosting a community singing at 6pm every 4th Saturday at Huffines Community Center, South of Atlanta on FM 251


Queen City Alumni Association meets at 5pm the First Monday of each month at Catfish King. For More information call (903) 796 – 7666


J.E. Manning American Legion Post 258 meets at 6:30 the Second Monday of each Month. For more information call (903) 796 – 3081


Bivins Community Center hosts a potluck supper at 6:30 the First Tuesday of each month. For more information call (903) 796 – 9906


Cass County Commissioners Court meets 8:30AM the SECOND and FOURTH Tuesday of each month in the Justice of the Peace Courtroom in the Law Enforcement and Justice Center on Highway 8 in Linden


HOW TO MAKE OUTSIDE PET “HOUSES”

Styrofoam Cooler of the correct size for your cat to lay and turn around in
A knife or Saw ( A razor knife works really well )
A Phillips Screw Driver
4 3″ Deck Screws or Equivalent ( The screws are best to be for wood so they have a large grove pattern )
An old towel, or optionally a cat bed heater

Steps in making your cat house:

First start by cutting a mouse hole shape in one of the small sides of the cooler. You don’t want this hole to be any bigger than your cat needs to squeeze through it. The smaller the hole the warmer it will be.

Cat insulated cat house outdoor cat house shelter for outdoor cat
from the cold. What you will need:

Styrofoam Cooler of the correct size for your cat to lay and turn around in
A knife or Saw ( A razor knife works really well )
A Phillips Screw Driver
4 3″ Deck Screws or Equivalent ( The screws are best to be for wood so they have a large grove pattern )
An old towel, or optionally a cat bed heater

If you bought a cat bed heater you will want to place a small hole ( big enough for the cord to push through from the inside ) in one of the large sides at the bottom furthest away from the front of the house ( where the door hole was cut ).

Now either put the heater into the cooler or, if you didn’t get a heater, place the old towel or other scrap cloth in the bottom of the cooler.

Place the top on the cooler and secure it with the deck screws on all four corners so it can’t be blown off by wind or knocked off by dogs and other nosy animals.

Place your new cat house outside where your cat will see it, preferably in a place your cat already likes to sleep.  It is also advisable to place the door of the cat house away from the direction of the wind to maximize the heating ability of the house.