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International Paper announces progress on 2020 sustainability goals
International Paper has released its 2013 Sustainability Report titled “Connections that Matter,” revealing progress against its voluntary sustainability goals and highlighting collaborations that advance sustainability throughout the life cycle of its products.
INVISTA donates $8K to Habitat for Humanity
INVISTA’s Orange site has donated $8,000 to the Orange Habitat for Humanity to assist with the purchase of STAINMASTER carpet for the current habitat homes that are under construction.
Local student competing for pageant title
Miss Pre-Teen Southeast Texas is chosen to compete in National pageant. Daisy Brooke Cutchins, 10, has recently earned her opportunity to attend United Miss Nationals in Dallas.
Shabby Chic is newest member of GOACC
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand reopening of Shabby Chic Hair Boutique with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Neches FCU to provide Exygon gym memberships to workforce
Neches Federal Credit Union announces that they have selected Exygon Health and Fitness Club, Beaumont and Mid-County’s premier fitness/wellness company, to be their employees’ exclusive gym provider.
INVISTA donates to United Way
INVISTA helped the United Way of Orange County get an early jump on its 2014 campaign drive with a $15,000 donation to the local organization recently. Pictured, in front from left, are George Russell of INVISTA, Linn Cardner, director of United Way of Orange County and Mary Lou Klinkhammer. In back, from left, are Dean Granger, Michelle McDonald and Lee Smith.
KHTT Designs joins Chamber
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed its newest member, KHTT Designs, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the chamber’s monthly Breakfast Connection. KHTT Designs, located at 4450 Interstate 10 West in Orange, offers tile and granite installment for commercial and residential properties. Call 409-883-0300 for more information.
Alzheimer’s Association hosts seminar for caregivers
Imagine losing the ability to know if one is hungry or how to express feeling pain. Now imagine confusing hunger for pain.
Or watching a loved one forget how to swallow or how to breath.
Lawson Cox earns Eagle Scout Medal
Lawson Cox earned the rank of Eagle Scout on December 13, 2013. He is the son of David and Pam Cox of Orange and is a Senior at Little Cypress Mauriceville High School.
Vidor Public Library extends hours for summer
Summer is on the way and the Vidor Public Library is making some changes.
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