Support the Celina Police Association and come out and have a great time in the first annual Cornhole Tournament at Oktoberfest Celina. $50 per team / 2 players per team. Don’t have anyone to play with? Sign yourself up and they will pair you with a partner. The fun starts Saturday at 11:00am!! Don’t missContinue reading “Cornhole Tournament at Oktoberfest to Benefit Celina Police Association”
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Share The Faces That Make You Smile~
October is National Down’s Syndrome Awareness Month and we’d like to honor the people in your life that deserve recognition for making this world a sun-shinier place. Please feel free to add a picture with name and age of your loved one below so that we can share their smiles.
Keep the Main Thing, The Main Thing
Meet Ben Aune: Director of Bands for Celina High School Ben Aune attended L.D. Bell High School, obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Music Education at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas and then acquired his Masters of Music in Winds from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. He makes his home here in CelinaContinue reading “Keep the Main Thing, The Main Thing”
A Good Man Makes a Good Bobcat
Coach Elliott makes his home in Celina, Texas with his wife Kathy. They have two sons, Nathan (21), who plays football for The University of North Carolina and Caleb (19), who is attending Fire School to become a Fireman. Coach Elliott loves leading the Celina Bobcats for many reasons. One of the things he lovesContinue reading “A Good Man Makes a Good Bobcat”
Oak Street Between Oklahoma and New Mexico Closed
Oak Street between Oklahoma and New Mexico is closed due to a water main break. Residents may experience low water pressure due to the break. Services should be restored within a couple of hours. Be Safe, Bobcats!
1st Annual Cornhole Tournament and Raffle to Benefit Celina Police Association
After almost two years since it was established, the Celina Police Association has made its mark on the Celina community. Like most 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, the Celina Police Association depends on donations from the public at large to fund their programs. Programs such as their Scholarship Fund, which in 2018 provided over $5,000 to localContinue reading “1st Annual Cornhole Tournament and Raffle to Benefit Celina Police Association”