Moral victories are rarely worth anything, a fact of which Lindale High School Head Coach Mike Meador is aware. And while his club pushed Ennis’ Lions to the limit this past Friday before falling, 41-28, in a District 17-5A contest, he took at least some solace in the offensive improvement and tenacity shown by his group.
Some ladies from Mount Sylvan United Methodist Church have combined their love for crocheting with their love for their fellow citizens into a program designed to ease the pain of victims of fire and other disasters. “One Stitch At A Time,’’ formed this past May by five ladies from the church, specializes in crocheting different types of animals but Teddy bears in particular which find their way to fire and accident victims courtesy of the dedicated members of the Lindale Volunteer Fire Department.
The Elizabeth Denton English Chapter of the National Society/Daughters of the American Revolution recently visited the Watkins-Logan Texas State Veterans Home in Tyler as a part of the DAR’s National Day of Service, officials said.