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Bring the entire family out before the fireworks! Boy Scouts will start selling hamburgers for $6.00 at 6:00PM. Local Praise Teams will be on stage to entertain you and your family. Fireworks light up the sky at dusk. We hope to see you there. Bring your lawn chairs. Sunday, Jul 4, 6:00PM at T&P Trailhead Park.

DeKalb Fireworks in the Park

Dekalb Chamber of Commerce will have their 4th of July fireworks show on Saturday, July 3 at 8:00PM. It will be at the Industrial Park across from Texar FCU. Bring your lawn chairs, family and friends.

 

We’re coming into that time of the season when temperatures soar and we’ve already seen some very high temperatures. But with high heat comes a higher risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke, and there’s nothing cool about either one of them. It’s important to take precautions when you’re outdoors for extended periods of time and know the sign of these heat-related illnesses.

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The Hottest Festival in Texas

The New Boston Pioneer Days Festival is planned for August 18-21, 2021. The Pioneer Days festival starts August 18 at T&P Trail Head Park with plenty of great food, fun, a carnival and live music every day and night of the festival. Musical acts this year will be sure to be a crowd pleaser. Other activities include an antique tractor show, car & motorcycle show, 4-wheel mud race, turkey shoot and kids’ games. The New Boston Chamber of Commerce and the New Boston Pioneer Days Festival are proud to present:  John Schneider.

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The TALKING DEAD

TWILIGHT WALKING TOURS 

Join the Texarkana Museums System for a literal walk thru Texarkana’s past as they continue their “Walking Dead” Cemetery Tour program on July 3rd. Guests will be visited along the tour route by those buried at the cemetery, each "ghost" sharing their unique stories that make up the fascinating history of Texarkana. The dead speak! Tickets must be purchased in advance! 903-793-4831.

 

We often hear about the “dog days” of summer but few know what the expression means. Some say that it signifies hot sultry days “not fit for a dog,” others suggest it’s the weather in which dogs go mad. The Dog Days of Summer describes the most oppressive period of summer, between July 3rd and August 11th each year. But where did the term come from? And what does it have to do with dogs? Who knows?

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Naples, Texas’ Rodeo & Watermelon Festival

 The kickoff to summer, taking place the last weekend of July annually since 1945. This year it will be on Saturday, July 24th. The Rodeo will be held nightly the 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Refresh yourself with free ice-cold watermelon, a festive parade and street dances. Visit the arts and crafts booths for handcrafted goods from local artists. Live music is performed throughout the festival, and this family-friendly event has a variety of children’s activities and entertainment. This year’s theme is: “It’s all about that WATERMELON!”

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made activities with our residents rather challenging. May of our elderly residents, for example, miss playing Bingo. Many of our kids miss the after-school programs. What everyone seems to miss is a sense of normalcy and community. Many feels like their summer is completely lost. A community is only as strong as its people, so we want to get some ideas from all of you on any big projects and activities that you want to see happen, in an effort to revive some community spirit. Please submit your ideas to the Central Office or put them in the drop box. All responses will be considered. We are excited to resume all activities at NBPM.

Public Housing Conversion

All tenants who chose option 1 and plan to move:  If you have found a place to rent, you need to call Andy so she can get you an appt with ATCOG. You also need to call Patti and schedule a move out inspection.  If you chose option 1 originally, but changed your mind, you need to fill out another Option Form with your new choice.  You can do it online at www.applynewboston.com or come by the office and get a copy from Andy and fill it out there or download a copy from our website and turn it in to the Central Office once filled out. 

 

*NOTE:  Qualified residents are those who 1) live in Public Housing, 2) have no outstanding debt with this Agency, and 3) are compliant with the requirements of this conversion.

 

April-June – Residents with Option 1 must relocate.

July 1 - All remaining residents sign a new lease.

August 1 – Vouchers for Options 2 and 3 are activated.

New Boston Round Up Club

New Boston Pioneer Days Rodeo

 August 13th & 14th 2021

Grab your hat, pull on our boots, it’s Rodeo time.

CEP Ark-La-Tex Clusters

Farmers Market

Downtown New Boston

Thursday July 8,  8:00AM-Noon

 

July 8th the Ark-La-Tex Clusters Farmers Market will be at the T&P TrailHead Pavilion downtown New Boston, Texas. Come and enjoy the best home-grown, farm-fresh, nutrition packed and local items available.

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This agency does not endorse or represent any businesses/churches.

 

 

Dumpsters are for BAGGED GARBAGE only. Absolutely no furniture or mattresses in or near dumpsters is permitted. If you see that the dumpster by your apartment is full, please go to the next dumpster that is not full and put it in there. There are many dumpsters on the property. NO trash should be dumped out by the dumpster.

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Looking for a job? Job opening are posted in  the lobby of the Central Office. Just drop by and check it out or go to our website at www.ApplyNewBoston.com, to the Community Board and see job opportunities there.

Cal Davis, Executive Director

 

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