The Auxiliary of the Lake Granbury Medical Center is looking for Hood County students who are interested in college scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Students pursuing higher education in the health care field will be selected to receive a $1,500 grant. To help meet the expanding need for healthcare professionals, the LGMC Auxiliary has increased the number of scholarships this year from four to six.… Read the rest
Granbury High School students won big at an invitational UIL academic meet at Grandview High School on Feb. 8.
The teams scored first-place wins in accounting (team), calculator applications (team and individual), editorial writing, feature writing, Lincoln-Douglas debate, news writing, number sense, ready writing and social studies (team).
The competing students received the following recognitions:
Accounting (Team): Joseph McLean, Lan McLellan, Kayla Schmeets, first.… Read the rest
The dress, the tux, the shoes, the hair, the nails, the fancy wheels … what else could a student possibly need for prom? You’re about to find out.
Tomorrow’s Prom Expo Fashion Show will highlight this season’s hottest trends in everything from makeup to Mexican food. That’s right, the event includes an authentic Mexican meal from 5:30 to 7:15 p.m. in the Granbury High School cafeteria.… Read the rest
When the Tolar Memorial Scholarship Foundation began raffling off a gun each week last year, organizers quickly discovered they had a fundraiser that was right on target.
The group handed out 15 scholarships totaling $24,000 this past year, partially due to the success of the “Gun A Week For A Year Raffle.”
According to club member Doug Lewis, that’s the highest number of scholarships awarded in the club’s history.… Read the rest
Tiffany Wynne, a sixth-grader at Acton Middle School, won the Area Spelling Bee held Thursday.
This was the second straight victory for Wynne, who won last year as a fifth-grader at Acton Elementary School.
The area contest pitted campus-level winners from seven Granbury campuses. Wynne and Lauren Aramburu, a fifth-grader at Oak Woods School, battled for 22 rounds before she emerged the victor.… Read the rest
Hood County Aggie Moms Club is seeking applications for their 2014 scholarship award. Candidates must be Hood County residents, full-time students at Texas A&M College Station or Texas A&M Galveston, have completed at least 30 hours at TAMU by the fall, and have a minimum GPR of 2.5. Applications are available by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is March 17. … Read the rest
Choir students from Granbury High School and Crossland Ninth Grade Center earned 102 medals at the UIL Region 7 solo and ensemble contest held Saturday, Feb. 8, at Crowley High School.
Several students earning a superior rating on a Class I solo or ensemble will have the opportunity to take part in the Texas State Solo-Ensemble Contest on May 24-26 in Austin.… Read the rest