ORANGE — Community Christian School’s eighth-grade class held its first annual Fine Arts Dinner Theater as a fundraiser for CCS’ Fine Arts Department. The eighth-graders performed seven human videos which had been written and choreographed during class throughout the school year. During the performance, proud parents, family and friends enjoyed a delicious spaghetti dinner served by the seventh grade class. The Dinner Theater was concluded with the group’s powerful “Do you Hear the Nails” skit. Pictured are Jeremy Jacobs – Fine Arts Teacher/Director, Justine Sylestine, India Alexander, Nathan Rose, Ricky Foster, Blake Dupre, Christion Rivas, Josh Howard, Valerie LeBlue, Sabrina West, Marcus Delarosa, Justin Meaux, Tyler Bevlaqua, Devon Mires, Patrick Riley. Not shown are Melody Tate and Austin Manucy.
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Library Family of the Year announced
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) presented the Garmon family of Orange with their annual Library Family of the Year award at the Orange Public Library Saturday morning.
Texas Bar-B-Q Festival will feature new rides, large cook-off contest
The Texas Bar-B-Q Festival is back for another four-day weekend full of excitement, carnival rides and games, music, and tasty food.
Releasing butterflies, celebrating the Earth
The seventh annual butterfly release at Shangri La Botanial Gardens, the most popular attraction of each year’s Eco-Fest celebration, was attended by hundreds of area residents on Friday.
Ready, Set, Hunt....
The City of Orange held its annual Easter egg hunt on Friday morning...
Church invites public to Maundy Thursday service
A Maundy Thursday Service will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 17 at Trinity Baptist Church of Orange.
City of Orange Easter Egg Hunt set for Friday
The Easter Bunny is making a return trip to Orange this Friday....
Clean up a success in West Orange
The City of West Orange held its annual Spring Clean Up this past Saturday and local residents brought thousands of pounds of items, such as appliances, furniture, electronics, debris, wood and more to be disposed of. City employee Ellis Floyd helps resident Estephano Cardenas carry an item to be discarded.
KOCB recognizes City of Orange’s Street and Drainage Department as heroes
Deep in the heart of beautiful, downtown Historical Orange lives a magnificent and stately century old Live Oak tree.
BC Chamber announces 'Business of the Month'
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce recognized Bridge City Lock and Key as its Business of the Month
Shangri La gets first electric car charging station in OC
The movement toward a green world continues at Shangri La.
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