Baytown Sun in Baytown, Texas
30 Nov 2007

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30 Nov 2007

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Baytown Sun (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Baytown, Texas Of e in Aptton >unsin<5r 1922 no. 86, no. 364 calling All Good Fellows the annual Good Fellows drive is under Way. For More than 70 years Good Fellows has been a Holiday Staple ensuring that no Baytown area youngster finds an empty stocking Christmas morning. Send donations to Good Fellows to Box 425, Baytown to 77522. Checks Are preferred and should be made out to Good Fellows. For More information Call 281-424-5752 or 281-422-8302. Donations George blakey.$25 Martin amp Jane griffith.$35 Richard amp Wendy moody.$50 Catholic daughters of america.$25 Goose Creek order of Eastern star.$25 in memory of Toby j. Cote from the Cote family.$100 in memory of . Smith from his family.$50 mrs. M. Eldon berry.$50 Carl e. Starkey.$50 Lynn amp Hilda seamans.$100 Donald amp Shannon hartman.$20 . Amp Pat speer.$25 Elayne Duke brunson.$100 to Date $605 2007 goal $30,000 sports 6a Patriot coach a Baytown assistant coach and four current head coaches Are among those who made the first Cut for the head football coaching at Goose Creek memorial. Deaths 13a Sandra Purdy Frank c. Stewart Nina Brink Gonzales Glenda Gayle Cazalas Helen Arceneaux Doucett Thomas Ervin Marshall or. Weather 17a Friday november to 2007www.bamow �?�">0 cents get Index business mostly Cloudy Breezy amp mild High 73 Low 62 5a Calendar 2a classified 5b-6b crossword 7b deaths 3a opinion 4a Polick beat 8a state 6b television 7b 811115 8 695 00 1 00 6 Lee College models to strut stuff at mall show Holiday fashions san Jacinto mall is hosting a Holiday fashion show from 1 to 3 . Saturday in food court. By Danielle Ponder Danielle. Holiday shoppers will get a glance at the seasons most popular selections when the Lee College cosmetology department partners with san Jacinto mall to Host a Holiday fashion show from i to 3 . Saturday in the food court. A the mall is very excited about this years Holiday fashion show. Retailers including jeans West palais Royal Rainbow Sun Rise mods Estrada s and Estyle Are preparing to showcase their Holiday fashions a mall marketing director Karissa Fields said. The mall has hosted previous fashion shows during the holidays Back to school and prom but this is the first one they have collaborated on with Lee College. Baytown Sun photo Nicki Evans Roy Parker 4, of old River pets puppies that Mark Willhoite has for Sale on the Side of Highway 146 across from raceway Gas station. Big savings Beach City earns lower fire insurance costs by Barrett Goldsmith Beach City homeowners will see a decrease in fire insurance costs because of an improved rating of area fire coverage from a risk management firm. The Beach City Volunteer fire department presented a report to Beach City Council this week outlying the departments efforts to improve its Public Protection classification from Iso. The firm formerly known As the insurance services offices assigns a rating from i to to with i being the Best coverage and to the worst to areas based on How Well they Are protected from fire. By Mfd has taken Steps to receive a rating of 8b, up from a 9 assigned in july. That Means Beach City residents within five Miles of the station at 12723 pm 2354 will see a 4 percent reduction in fire insurance premiums. But Iso consultant Mike Pietsch said the department could receive a rating As Low As 4 with a few major initiatives though of course those Steps would be costly. Chief Weston Davis said now the department has see Beach a Page 5a around 40 models that will strut Down the catwalk Are mostly current Lee College students with some High school students who Are in the Duel enrolment program. A we Are very excited to work with the mall on this show a said Lee c ollege Recruiter Katiesha Walker a we wanted the clothes hair and make up to represent see show a Page 5a Lisa a legacy rotary club endows Lee College scholarship for beloved member by Barrett Goldsmith the rotary club of Baytown could think of no better Way to Honor Lisa Urban than by helping to open doors to education and achievement the same values she practice in her own life that was filled with deeds of kindness and assistance a life that ended All too soon. The club donated $10,000 for the Lisa Urban memorial Urban scholarship a $1,000 endowed annual scholarship that will be Given to students in the accounting program at Lee College beginning next fall. Urban herself an accountant and one of the most beloved citizens of Baytown died nov. 17 at the age of 51 from complications caused by pneumonia after a Long Battle with lung cancer. She was never a smoker. Susan Milner president elect of rotary club of Baytown said the scholarship was a fitting tribute to a longtime rotarian and one of the most tireless workers on behalf of the citizens of Baytown. A she was such a great rotarian a great Community Leader she was a great Friend to everyone a Milner said. A a and to keep her memory alive we thought this was the Best Way we could memorialize her. We Felt this was something Lisa would want. Part of me died the Day she died. She was just a wonderful person. In All the years i knew her she never said an unkind word about anybody and her answer to any request for help was a Quick a yes a Warford of the Lee College foundation which supports Lee College and its students said the scholarship see rotary a Page 5a a amp Zoks streetlights by Kari 6rifhn eight new streetlights could really brighten up Barkalow Road. Baytown a planning and zoning commission unanimously agreed wednesday to recommend that City Council approve 14 new streetlights eight of which Are along Barkalow Road. The commission unanimously approved streetlights to be placed at 5314 and 5411 Hemlock Iaz i a a a a is a Ltd a ifs a. A see a amp a a Page 5a Baytown Sun photo Nicki Evans the Sun sets behind the Fred Hartman Bridge in Baytown. Hospital offering free breast checks by Kari Griffin experts predict that by the end of this year breast cancer will have killed More than 40,000 american women. The disease ranks number six on the list of top ten causes of death for women in the United states. But with Early detection women have a better Chance of saving their life. Having regular mammograms can reduce a woman a risk of dying from breast cancer by about 30 to 50 percent according to the american cancer society. See checks a Page 5a Crosby to 281 >328-4377 Hwy 90 at pm 2100 my \ a mfg min i v is / to i

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