Aledo ISD athletes visited the four elementary school campuses on Thursday, March 10 for "Breakfast with Champions." Photos in the attached slideshow from Vandagriff Elementary School are courtesy of June Lancarte of the Aledo ISD.
Theatre Off the Square will hold open auditions for The Somewhat True Tales of Robin Hood on Sunday, March 27 through Tuesday, March 29 with call backs on Wednesday, March 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each evening. The Somewhat True Tales of Robin Hood is written by Mary Lyn Dobson and presented courtesy of Dramatic Publishing Company.
Casting call for this production is 8 men, 6 women, 6 extras ages teens and up. Rehearsals begin Monday, April 25 and the show dates are weekends June 3-19. Director is G. Mike West.
Randy Keck/The Community News: RJ Smiley makes a throw during the Aledo Spring Break Baseball Camp under way at Aledo High School this week. Chilly winds took the activities to the indoor practice facility.Randy Keck/The Community News: Joe Turner fields a ground ball during the baseball camp, which continues mornings this week. Click on the photo for a full gallery.
More photos can be found in the March 18 issue of The Community News.
Thu, 03/17/2011 - 8:00pm - Fri, 03/18/2011 - 6:00am
The bridge at Clear Lake Road/Santa Fe Drive/FM 2552 over Interstate 20 will temporally close at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, March 17 and re-open to thru traffic by 6:00 a.m. March 18. The temporary closure will re-occur at 8:00 p.m. on March 18 and will re-open to thru traffic by 6:00 a.m. on March 19. In the event of inclement weather, the closure will take place March 18 and 19.
Motorist traveling south on Santa Fe Drive, headed east on I-20 or south on Clear Lake Road will be re-routed via I-20 to South Main Street for a re-direct to their destination. Motorist traveling north on clear Lake Road, headed west on I-20 or north on Santa Fe Drive will be re-routed via I-20 to Bankhead Hwy. for a re-direct.
Sun, 03/20/2011 (All day)
The First Annual Chandor Gardens Spring Bridal Show, Say yes to Romance, is set for Sunday, March 20. The event will unfold throughout the beautiful Chandor Gardens and will feature over 35 vendors.
“This is a first for Chandor Gardens; however, there is no better place than the gardens to host such an event,” says Danielle Felts, Director of Recreation for the City of Weatherford. “Just as Chandor is a site for many special events, the vendors’ on-hand are also available for corporate functions, anniversary celebrations and the like, so it simply makes sense to offer this opportunity at the gardens.”
Enjoy a live fashion show scheduled to begin at 3:00, along with a “Cake Off” judged by special guests. Door Prizes will be awarded throughout the day.
I am writing this message to let our subscribers know that you will probably not receive your paper in the mail this week until Saturday.
The United States Post Office in Aledo has implemented a new system that caught us off guard this week. I was informed two weeks ago that under the new system, we would not be able to mail our papers after 4 p.m. on Thursday. When our papers arrived at the post office at about 3:30 yesterday, the post office refused to accept the mailing because it was after 3 p.m.
This is yet another in a growing list of new procedures over the last year that make one thing entirely clear: the post office does not want our business.
Senior Logan Mittie and sophomore Mallory Powell were named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State basketball team. The All-State teams are selected by the TGCA Basketball All-State Committee, comprised of member coaches from corresponding conferences. For more, see the March 18 issue of The Community News.
Randy Keck/The Community NewsTCU Head Football Coach Gary Patterson, NFL Hall of Fame member Bob Lilly and Aledo Head Football Coach Tim Buchanan were presented recognition for being on a panel discussion during the "Legacy of Men" Awards Breakfast Monday morning, March 7.
Story by Randy Keck/The Community News
Aledo Head Football Coach Tim Buchanan was a member of a three-man panel during the "Legacy of Men" Awards Breakfast today (March 7). The panel, moderated by television personality Scott Murray, also included TCU Head Coach Gary Patterson and "Mr. Cowboy" Bob Lilly.
The "Make Education a Priority" campaign which began in Aledo continues to garner attention from Metroplex and statewide media. The latest coverage comes from CBS 11 in Dallas-Fort Worth:
The Aledo Bearcat baseball team is playing at the Ballpark in Arlington today at 6 p.m. Admission to the game is free.