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Tuesday, October 16,2012
Ennis Daily News
The North Central Texas Council of
Governments’ Area Agency on Aging Ombudsman
Program has immediate need for warm-hearted vol-
unteers to help residents of nursing and assisted liv-
ing facilities in Corsicana, Kerens and Ennis.
Ombudsmen advocate for residents’ rights includ-
ing, but not limited to, dependable and consistent
care and an environment that promotes the resi-
dents’ dignity, self-determination, and communica-
Volunteer Ombudsmen also receive and investi-
gate complaints made by, or on behalf of, residents
or their families.
Volunteer Ombudsmen serve as advocates for all
residents, connecting them to their broader commu-
nities, affirming their rights, and assisting them in
No prior experience is required to serve as a vol-
unteer ombudsman, but volunteers must be at least
18 years of age and complete a free training course
that consists of both classroom study and training at
local nursing homes, lasting up to 34 contact hours.
After training, volunteers serve an internship, work-
ing two hours per week in their assigned facility.
Hours are flexible and are determined by each vol-
Free certification training is provided locally and
begins in July. The 4-day training is once a week for
four weeks from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you have two
hours per week to make a difference in someone’s
life, contact Pat Borgfeldt, Area Agency on Aging,
817-360-0984 or E-mail Pat Borgfeldt at
PBorgfeldt@nctcog.org to register.
SPJST members Jessica and
Jake Holland, the 2012 National
Polka Festival king and queen, and
Maison Holland are pictured with
youth leader Rita Holland at the
hall after updating the marquee
advertising this weekend’s garage
SPJST Lodge No. 25’s Youth
Club is sponsoring the garage sale
from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Proceeds will go toward the vari-
ous charities that the club supports
throughout the year, as well as pro-
viding transportation for the chil-
dren to attend summer camp.
For more information or to
donate items, call Rita Holland,
youth leader, at 469-337-2284.
Nash Brodhi Ferguson
Laddy and Melody
Madison Lillie Hamm
Calvin and Tammy
To submit birthdays or
anniversaries for publi-
cation in the Ennis Daily
News, e-mail maryhe-
len@enn isda ilyne ws. com
or call 972-875-3801.
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1401 W. Ennis Ave.
MIKE WILLIAMSON, SR.
109 NW Main, Suite 200
Ennis, Texas 75119
er (972) 875-2133
Certified Public Account;
Certified Fraud Examin
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Air Conditioning • Heating • Electrical
"We service all major brands”
110 N. Kaufman St. • Ennis, TX
TACLA017700C/TECL31353 Jon Paul Honza - Owner
I1006 E. Ennis Ave.
Grill & Bar 3,4 0MOTil
119 SW Main St. • Ennis, TX
972.875.2321 • Metro: 972.878.2321
(S) WALLVi party factory'
Your LOCAL party supply, balloon & more store!
Corsicana Ennis Waxahachie |
100 S. Beaton 1501 W. Ennis Ave. 506 Ferris Ave |
903.872.4572 972.872.5811 972.937.6303
Shop online 24/7 at Be Social with Wally!
Schirm USA, Inc.
a LEHNKERING company
P.0. Box 237, Ennis, Texas 75120‘972-878-4400
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Donald Smith, Manager
903 W. Ennis Ave.
Ennis, Texas 75119
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3501 Corsicana Crossing
(NEXT TO GANDER MOUNTAIN)
(903) 874-FILM (3456) Movie Line
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Win up to $50
The contest is open to all children in three age groups. Age Groups: 0-4 years old; 5-8 years old; 9-12 years old.
Contestants may enter as often as they like, but each entry must be original and not copied from a previous entry.
Contestants may use crayons, markers, paint or any media of their choosing to color picture above.
One “Best of the Best” $15 award will be given in each age group and each entry will be included in a drawing for $50.
Entries must include the name, current age, address and telephone number of the artist and only entries received in the
Ennis Daily News office (213 N. Dallas St.) by 5 p.m. on Monday, October 19, will be eligible for judging and the prize draw-
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