This column is the toughest I’ve written because it’s the one in which I say I will not be doing the P/S Happenings column after today.
The Senior Dining Room was packed Saturday night as the P/S Senior Citizens Affairs Foundation (SCAF) volunteers gathered for the 2013 Volunteer Awards Dinner.
Cyclists of all ages helped raise funds to keep the area safe from fire through the Fire on the Rim Mountain Bike Race.
The Seaman family tradition is to perform a community service in the locale where they gather for their family reunions.
In eight days more than 300 daring and skillful mountain bike riders will gather at the Mary Ellen Randall Arena on Bradshaw Drive in Pine for the 2013 Fire on the Rim Mountain Bike Race.
Visit the Labor Day Arts & Crafts Festival at the Pine Community Center this weekend and enjoy some small-town history along with terrific works, great food and fun.
I’d like to remind everyone that time is running out to get tickets for the big raffle drawing this Sunday, Sept. 1. The Riff Raff Rifle Raffle is upon us — and it’s more than just a tongue-twister!
It’s not too late for children and teens to get involved in this year’s Awana Clubs at the First Baptist Church (FBC) in Pine.
Without a doubt, one of the most important aspects of our community is our volunteer spirit exemplified by citizens like Cliff Sage and Denise Prechtel, who on Sunday were named the Take Pride Project 2013 Volunteers of the Year.
After all the excitement of the 4th of July holiday, the fun doesn’t have to stop there.