Women’s Club collects food
By Barbara Gartman
Monitor Staff Writer
KEMP–Tuesday the Cedar Creek Lake Women’s Club brought nonperishable
food to present to local food banks for Make-A-Difference Day.
The food will be divided among the Community Food Bank at Cedar Creek
United Methodist in Tool, Care and Share Food Bank at First Baptist
Church gun Barrel City, and the MAGS – Good Samaritans at First United
Methodist in Mabank.
Project chairman for the event is Ruth Pimm and co-chairman is Nell
Speaker for the luncheon, held at Cedar Creek Country Club, was Carol
Brandon presented a review of “Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven,” by Fanny
Her humorous narrative centered around the life of an elderly woman
residing in the small town of Elwood, Mo.
Following an accident in which the woman fell off a ladder in which the
lady was pronounced dead at the local hospital, she took a trip to
Heaven but then returned to bring back a message that we are here to
live a joyful and full life.
The next meeting is set for Tuesday, Nov. 27. The program will be the
“Wit and Wisdom of Will Rogers” presented by Ken Freehill.
The following meeting will be moved up one week to Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Cedar Isle treats golf
Special to the Monitor
GUN BARREL CITY–Lew and Bernie Talbot, owners of Cedar Isle Restaurant
and Baja Bar Beach Club, hosted a luncheon in appreciation and to show
gratitude for the participants of the fifth annual Charity Golf
Cedar Isle Charities also donated $5,000 to the library.
The platinum sponsor was Continental Batteries.
Hole sponsors included American Bail Bonds, Ben E. Keith – beer and Ben
E. Keith – food, Cedar Creek Food Supply, CC Parrot Head Club, Cedar
Isle Restaurant & Club, Giglio Distributing (Coors Beer), Hootin Hollar
Liquor Store, Lynn’s Marine, M&A Distribution (Miller Beer), Party
Innovations, Raymond L. Shackleford – Attorney, Sue Stalcup, Realtor,
Sun Commercial Roofs, Trout Appliance and Westside Hardware.
Monitor Photo/Barbara Gartman
George Thadathil, librarian at The Library
at Cedar Creek Lake in Seven Points (left)
accepts a $5,000 check from Lew Talbot,
owner of Cedar Isle Restaurant and Baja
Bar. The donation was from Cedar Isle
Charities, earned at its fifth annual Charity
The Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake
My name is Hazer. I am a
beautiful male Lab mix. I was brought to the Shelter by animal
control, so I have no history. I am now current on all of my
shots, but I need to be fixed. I am a good boy looking for my
new forever home.
My name is Ben. I am a beautiful
male Yellow Lab mix. I was brought to the Shelter by animal
control so I have no history. So far I am a very friendly boy
and I seem to walk okay on a leash. I am current on my shots. I
am a good kid looking for my new forever home.
My name is MeMe. I am a beautiful
female Heeler. I was dropped off at the Shelter with no history
except for the five pups that were with me. I am a beautiful
girl with lots of love. I also smile when I see you. I am a very
good girl in need of a loving new forever home.
My name is Tanner. I am a
beautiful male Chocolate Lab. I was brought to the Shelter by
animal control so I have no history. I am a beautiful playful
boy with a good personality. I am looking for my new forever
Pictured are just a few
animals at the Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake in Seven
Points in dire need of a good home. Please call or stop by the
Humane Society today and rescue one of these forgotten animals.
The Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake is located on 10220
County Road 2403 in
Seven Points. For more information, please call (903) 432-3422
after 11 a.m.
We are closed on Wednesday and Sunday.
For further information
visit our website at