IHOP Pancake Day Celebration
National Pancake Day means FREE Pancakes for you!
You will get a free short stack of Buttermilk pancakes. In return for the free pancakes, guests are asked to consider leaving a donation for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and other designated local charities.
Kids are bringing home report cards Friday, March 2nd
So I have called around to the businesses in our area and here are some that will reward our kids for A/B Honor Roll and get FREE items March 2-9
McDonald-Willow Park- free ice cream
Brookshires-Willow Park- Free cookie from the bakery
ATA Karate- Willow Park-2 week free trail
CiCi’s Pizza- White Settlement- Free Kids Meal
Avon is offering an end of February sale
Buy now and receive 10 percent off any purchase of $25 or more at Avon. There is a lot of cute stuff out right now, and it's a great time to buy. Give me a call at 817-881-1867
The movie rental boxes are offering 1 free game night rental from 2/26-3/1 if you order the game online!
Spring Break Wonders
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
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Love is in the air this month with a lot of free Valentine’s-related activities for the kids.
Valentines keepsake box
Home Depot Kids workshop
9 a.m.-12N, Saturday, Feb. 4
Designed for kids ages 5-12, the workshops teach children do-it-yourself skills, tool safety and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment. All kids get to keep their craft and receive a FREE Kids Workshop Apron, commemorative pin and certificate of achievement.
For more information or the location nearest you, visit www.homeimproverclub.com/kidsworkshops
Drawing from the Collection
Modern Art Museum
2-3:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 5
This exciting gallery program for children between the ages of five and 12 is led by an artist who takes participants through informal drawing exercises in relation to works in the collection.
Children under the age of six must be accompanied by an adult during the program. Bring a sketchbook and pencils or purchase materials in The Modern Shop.
Attendance is limited. A sign-up sheet is located at the front desk; early arrival is encouraged. www.themodern.org/children
Modern Art Museum
4-4:45 p.m., Wednesday Feb. 8 & 15
This program for families with young children is led by a docent and includes a gallery project designed by the education department.
Both the tour and project focus on a few works in the Modern's collection.
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.
An item is on the agenda for the Willow Park City Council's Monday, Nov. 15 agenda regarding the city's official newspaper of record. We anticipate that at that time, the city council will vote to change the city's newspaper of record from The Community News to the Weatherford Democrat. We will attempt to have the following statement read into the record during the discussion of this issue. However, it is unclear whether the statement will be allowed, so we put it here for the historical record.
For more than 15 years The Community News has proudly served the residents of Willow Park, working harder and longer than any other news source to bring news and information about the city to its residents.
Special Commentary from publisher Randy Keck:
This commentary is a highly unusual event for The Community News, but under the circumstances I felt that this information needed to be sent out before the next issue of our newspaper goes to press.
If you talk to Willow Park City Administrator Candy Scott, you may see bus tire treads running up and down her back. Another newspaper has been reporting stories that place the blame for Willow Park’s current budget problems squarely on her shoulders.
It is not the purpose of this commentary to critique the way our competitors handle their reporting; nor is it to delve into the reasons for Willow Park’s financial mess. But there is information you, as readers of either or both newspapers, should know.
Aledo First & 10 at Brenham 37
1 - Gray stopped for loss of 4 (2nd & 14)
2 - Pass to Michael Mann, gain of 17 - First Down at B 26
1 - OZEE KEEPER - TOUCHDOWN
1st & 10 at B 23
1 - 42 yard pass to Edwards to A 35
1 - Green carry to A 32 (Gain of 3, 2nd & 7)
2 - QB stopped for loss by Devin Davis (3rd & 8)
3 - New QB (Michael Buro) TD Pass to Edwards
Kickoff to Rob Blowers at the 22, returned to 36.
1 - Gray up the middle to 40, 2nd & 6
2 - Gray up the middle to 43, 3rd & 3
Back for the Third Quarter, with Aledo kicking off
Kick to B 7, Moore return to 22 (14 yd return)
1 - 6 yd carry, 2nd & 4
2 - Pass to Green for 14 yds, First Down at B 40
1 - 2 yard carry, 2nd & 8
2 - Incomplete pass intended for Edwards
3 - Pass to Michael Walker - measurement for 1st down, about a foot short
4 - QB Keeper for 2
1 - Troy Green stopped at line *** FLAG *** Holding on offense
(Penalty yardage to B 40) 1st & 21
1 - Screen pass - no gain (2nd & 21)
2 - Green carries to 45 (3rd & 16)
3 - Incomplete Pass (4th & 16)