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Rooftop Newsletter: The Power of One

We’ve been fighting senior hunger as an organization for many years. And I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to be involved for about ten of those years. Unfortunately, as I look back, many of tho…
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Rooftops Newsletter: Can Ruben Count on You?

Ruben once served bravely for our country, surrounded by his brothers and sisters in arms. Now, at 101 years old, he is homebound, living alone – his only company the fading memories of his fellow …
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Santa Claus is Coming to the Texas Forestry Museum

Santa Claus is making a special appearance at the Texas Forestry Museum’s annualSanta Claus Express. This event will be on Friday, November 30th from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the museum. Families will …
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Holiday at Texas Forestry Museum: Black Friday

The Texas Forestry Museum invites you and your family to come to the museum to take a break from Black Friday shopping! November 23rd, 10am-5pm, the Museum will have a star ornament craft for the kid…
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Texas Forestry Museum's Paper Mill Project

The Texas Forestry Museum invites the public to its Paper Mill Project. The museum has over 700 photos from the Paper Mill and needs help identifying people and places featured in the photos. The pro…
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Texas Forestry Hall of Fame Inductees

The Texas Forestry Museum is proud to announce two individuals will be inducted into the Texas Forestry Hall of Fame in 2018. Based on their dedicated service, and substantial or lasting contribution…
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Texas Forestry Museum's Fall Festival & Halloween Scavenger Hunt

The Texas Forestry Museum invites you and your family to come to the museum’s Fall Festival. On Friday, October 26th from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. the museum will have a photobooth, mini hayrides, and carame…
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Rooftops Newsletter: More of a Good Thing

From time to time in the past, we used this space to report on the progress of the first nine congregate nutrition programs (CNPs) in Georgia that participated in NFESH’s What A Waste program. The re…
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Texas Forestry Museum to hold Canning Lecture

The Texas Forestry Museum will hold an adult lecture on Monday, October 8th at 6:00 p.m. Don Flournoy will talk about his upcoming book about growing up in Shawnee Prairie and Manning, Texas.  At the…
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Call for Texas Forestry Hall of Fame Nominations

The Texas Forestry Museum is seeking nominations for the 2018 Texas Forestry Hall of Fame. To be eligible for consideration, individuals must have been/be a member of the Texas forestry community, an…
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Texas State Forest Festival 2018

Schedule of Events:September 15, 2018:1:30 PM: Miss Forest Festival and Little Mr. Timberjack - Miss Forest Festival & Little Mr. TimberjackSeptember 19, 2018:5:00 PM:Bear Hollow Wood CarversWest Coa…
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Rooftops Newsletter: You Can Go Home Again

Over the past year or so, we have been writing about new tools that NFESH has developed and deployed as part of our What A Waste and REACH projects. These tools are about discovery. NFESH cannot help…
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Learn to Drive Your 4x4 Like a Pro

Four-wheeling is a hands-on experience. You can gather a lot of driving tips from online stories, magazine articles and books, but to really get a sense of how your 4x4 works on the trail, nothing be…
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How to Catch Really Big Fish with Kids

When it comes to fishing with kids, conventional wisdom says to find a place where they can catch any fish with a high level of frequency and you’ll make a fisherman for life. That’s true. Fast-actio…
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Paddling With Your Kids Paddling With Your Kids - How to Get Started Paddling

Whether you head out for a day across the bay or a jaunt into the wilds for a week-long adventure, paddling is one of the best outdoor activities you can do with your kids. Add water to your children…
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