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Bus Driver Appreciation Week

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  • Examiner photo by Matthew Ybarra The drivers and staff at Goldstar Transit enjoyed Bus Driver Appreciation Week, April 22, through April 26. They were recognized by parents, students, teachers and school administrators. Friday, April 26, the entire Goldstar Transit team enjoyed barbecue hamburgers with all the trimmings, dessert and received caps and certificates of appreciation.

May 1

•The Navasota Garden Club and Music Study Club of Navasota will host a joint meeting beginning at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, at First Baptist Church Navasota. The Garden Club will have installation of officers at 9:30 a.m. Garden club members are to bring salads and the music study club members will bring desserts. Visitors are welcome.

May 2

•Grimes County VFW Post #4006 will honor the National Day of Prayer with a service led by the Rev. Henry Sanders beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 2, in the main hall of the post. The public is invited to the annual observation services.

•Chamber After-Hours Business Mixer and sneak preview of “Greater Tuna” performance. Sunny Furman Theatre, 104 West Washington, Navasota. 5:30 p.m.

May 4

•The city of Plantersville will hold an election Saturday, May 4, for the positions of mayor and five aldermen.

•Shuck off Cancer Benefit for Marlene White. Craw-fish will be sold to go for $8.99 a pound. Funds raised will go towards medical expenses for Marlene who is beginning her second round of chemotherapy. Orders can be placed in advance by texting 936-870-7931. Location in Navasota to be announced.

May 5

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Concert featuring organists, pianists, bassoonist, violinists and chorus. First Presbyterian Church, 302 Nolan Street, Navasota.

May 6

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Navasota High School Women’s Chorus will perform at noon, Martin’s Sweet Shop, 302 East Washington Avenue, Navasota.

May 7

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Jacob Austin Band is performing live at noon, Classic Rock Coffee Company, 129 E. Washington Ave, Navasota.

May 8

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Music Study Club Luncheon. Performances by the Jane Lott Scholarship Winners. First United Methodist Church, 616 Holland Street, Navasota.

May 9

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Mislette The Singing Cowgirl, four-time nominee by the Academy of Western Artists for “Female Singer of the Year,” will perform at Classic Rock Coffee Company, 129 E. Washington Avenue, Navasota.

• 100th Observance of National Music Week. “Fiddler on the Roof,” 7 p.m., performed by Navasota High School Drama Class, Brosig Auditorium, 100 Brosig Avenue, Navasota. Directed by Mandy Merschon and Jessica Steels.

May 10

•100th Observance of National Music Week. “Fiddler on the Roof,” 7 p.m., performed by Navasota High School Drama Class, Brosig Auditorium, 100 Brosig Avenue, Navasota. Directed by Mandy Merschon and Jessica Steels.

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Navasota Theatre Alliance presents “Freater Tuna,” directed by Mark Taylor. 6:30 p.m., Sunny Furman Theatre, 10 5 W. Washington, Navasota.

May 11

•100th Observance of National Music Week. “Fiddler on the Roof,” 2 p.m., performed by Navasota High School Drama Class, Brosig Auditorium, 100 Brosig Avenue, Navasota. Directed by Mandy Merschon and Jessica Steels.

May 12

•100th Observance of National Music Week. Participate in music at the church of your choice.

May 17

•The Anderson Senior Center will hold a hot dog lunch fundraiser at 11 a.m. Friday, May 17, at 129 Main Street in Anderson. A hot dog lunch with all condiments, dessert and a drink is $7. A two hot dog lunch can be purchased for $9.

May 27

•A Memorial Day program will begin at 4 p.m. Monday, May 27, in the main hall of Grimes County VFW Post #4006. The public is invited to join the post members as they remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the country and the freedoms it holds dear. Commander Carl Dry hopes to see a full house for the short and meaningful service. There will be small flags available throughout the weekend for those who wish to place a flag on the grave marker of a veteran.

July 6

•There will be a barbeque cookoff benefit for Marlene White who is battling cancer. The cookoff will have live music. For more information contact Martin Solis 936-419-3576. Please mail donations to 821 Duke Street, Navasota Tx. 77868.

Deadline

Calendar items are due by 3 p.m. Friday the week before desired publication. Email to news@navasota examiner.com or drop by the office at 115 S. Railroad St.in Navasota.