Mrs. Shirley Holley, age 80, of Pittsburg, passed away September 10, 2020, in Pittsburg. She was born July 20, 1940, to Emanuel and Mary Howard Malone in Dallas, Texas.
(Tyler, Texas) — East Texas pediatricians and primary care providers have a new ally to address behavioral and mental health issues for their child and adolescent patients. The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler (UTHSCT) is the East Texas hub for the Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) which begins Monday, September 14, providing doctors throughout East Texas access to child and adolescent psychiatrists and licensed mental health therapists to assist them in identifying and treating mental health issues in their young patients.
So, I have decided that I do not want to play football anymore. I am thinking I may be small, and from what I have seen, those guys are BIG!
That fateful morning I quickly poured my cup of coffee as soon as it was hot and ready. Been looking forward to it all the way to the office. Well, yes, I guess could have been a little too eager. And I guess I may have been a little distracted. Thankfully I looked down at the cup just before coffee was all over the countertop. Another second and I would have been cleaning.
The Pittsburg Lions Club consist of a great group of like-minded servants, who serve not only within our club and but within our community, and Rhynn McMinn is one of those Lions. Rhynn has been a member of the Pittsburg Lions Club since 2007. She was invited to join the Lions by her good friend Jo Lange. Rhynn has worked on many service projects and has served as the Lions Tail Twister. She has also been the featured speaker sharing about her local business. Rhynn also serves as Secretary for the Child Protective Services Board and is part of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She is a member of First Baptist Church and works with children’s program on Wednesday nights.