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Galveston County The Daily News (Newspaper) - December 10, 2012, Galveston, Texas It a a t c m m the daily news a Malm it met a a la i in mtg it a a a a a. A a is Ltd s b ass issus St som Quot a a a Quot Quot by a tsar aah a a _ a a a a a by the daily a monday december 10,2012 Texas oldest newspaper publishing since 1842 education making their argument Dickinson debate team in i tournament b1 sports hard charging Clear Creek chargers Are ranked no. 6 in the Texas association basketball coaches poll a a7 75 cents opinion a mind the line Between fact and advocacy blurred a b4 part tonight a a7-8 nil cowboys playoff Hopes alive with sunday win Jaycees to Host texans program Church Combine to remember the forgotten Christmas party honors 75 adults under county a Protection by Whitney Hoogin the daily news a Dickinson about 45 adult wards of the county recently were treated to a Christmas party Complete with presents from Santa Claus caroling and All the food they could eat the party Friday at holy Trinity episcopal Church 4613 state Highway 3, was a first for the Galveston county guardianship program one of two social services programs like it in the state. Guardianship is a Legal process designed to protect vulnerable people from abuse neglect and exploitation. Four guardians from Galves ton county social services provide care for about 75 adult wards in the county coordinator Martha Branson said. The wards Are Legal dependents due to a variety of health mental or physical disabilities. They do not have a family member to provide that kind of support. Most of them live in nursing Homes personal cart Homes and similar facilities. Guardianship is a lifelong Legal Bond that also involves a Battery of attorneys judges and court investigators assigned to see party a3molding students Dickinson set to begin Road repairs coming tuesday Dune Plant project will help beautify and protect seawall beaches. Changes coming to from staff reports beginning wednesday readers of the Galveston county daily news website , will need a subscription in order to fully Access the papers online edition. If you Are already a subscriber and have already registered on the site you will be Able to use All of your current Login and password information to Access the site. If you Are currently a see changes a5 note to readers the daily news offices in Texas City will be closed from noon to 2 . Tuesday so that employees can attend a Christmas party in Galveston. Officials Are hoping to award bids in january by Whitney Hodgin the daily news a Dickinson the City is primed to begin Road repairs included in the second round of disaster recovery efforts City administrator Julie Johnston said. The City was awarded $4.2 million for round 2 projects in Community development Block Grants by the . De see repairs a3 c. U. R photos by Jennifer Reynolds the daily Neh a school for a with t "2 de1? t0 3 Sef portrait sculpture Friday in one of Colleen Moore s ceramics classes at balls rata m Galveston. With nine classes a Day Moore said her students use 14,000 pounds of Clay each year. A Grant from the Galves ton is educational foundation will help Purchase Clay for the program. In ceramics studio lessons go beyond Art by br0nwyn Turner correspondent a Galveston Colleen Moore holds encouragement and fire into ceramics students at Ball High school kneading in lessons in self esteem amid the Clay. A a there a the personal satisfaction of having a product something they made themselves in their hands that expresses their uniqueness a said Moore. A no two Are the Moore has been in education for 33 years teaching in Galveston and Beaumont. But her favorite assignment began 10 years ago when students in Colleen Moore s ceramics classes at Ball High school in Galveston Are working on creating self portraits using longhorn red Clay. She stepped into the ceramics program built by the late Richard Dunn at Ball High school. -1 a 1� see ceramics i a4 Colleen Moore helps Martin Martinez build the base for a self portrait sculpture in one of her ceramics classes Friday at Ball Higl school in Galveston. Vol. 170, no. 244 45485 00075 s a 2012 the Galveston county daily news Index bulletin Board b2 obituaries.b7 comics.a6 opinion.b4 lotto.a2 sports.a7 movies.a3 to listings.a6 today s weather 58 mostly Cloudy 60% m Chance of rain �a10

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