Mineral Wells Index
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Congratulations to Perrin-Whitt for winning first place in the “Battle of the Books,” sponsored by Travis Elementary School Mineral Wells.
“Battle of the Books” is an academic competition between twelve teams representing several area schools.
Teams consisting of 4th-6th graders read a series of fifteen books by well-known authors.
Teachers and parent coaches conducted weekly practices to discuss the literature and to engage in mini-competitions. Kendal Armstrong, Hanky Moore, Noah Kuhn, Rocky Moore, and Kelli Tucker won during the competition at Mineral Wells High School on May 22.
The “Bewildered Origami Builders” won by one point over the team from Garner Elementary.
Congratulations to the Perrin-Whitt team coached by Amye Eudy. The team parents were Barbara Moore and Janie Tucker.
Perrin Summer Meals for Kids will begin Monday until July 11 (closed on July 4). All kids 18 and younger are invited to come have lunch at the PWCISD cafeteria for FREE.
You don’t have to be a student at the school to come eat, but this is restricted to the youth, no adults.
The time is Monday through Thursday, 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Summer Nutrition Program is paid for by the USDA and program sponsors.
For more information go to www.summerfood.org, or call the school.
The First Baptist church will have their VBS June 17-21.
Sparks Spring Advent Church will have their VBS July 24-26 from 7-8:30 p.m.
Food Distribution at Perrin Advent Christian Fellowship Hall will be Sat, June 15 from 9-11 a.m.
Enter at north side of church. The third Saturday of each month there will be a canned food distribution at the Advent Christian church 300 South Marks St., Perrin.
The food is provided by the County Probation Office and distributed throughout the county.
There are no requirements to receive food except it is for people who live in the Perrin area or live in the Perrin-Whitt CISD.
For more information, contact Debra Tillery.
Thought for the week: You shouldn’t get angry at someone who knows more than you do. After all, it’s not their fault.