It was a full house of friends and Chamber members present for The White Orchid ribbon-cutting on Feb. 3 located at 119 E. Walker. Deedra Boaz bought out the previous business and is new owner under the new title, The White Orchid. In the center holding the scissors is Boaz with husband Randy Boaz. Photo by Jean Hayworth
The Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon cutting for Colour Junkie Beauty Salon on Feb 3. In the center is the owner, Lara Mendoza, who cutting the ribbon. The new business is located at 122 S. Court. Lara is married to Abner Mendoza and they have one boy and five girls from age 5 to 13. Contributed photo
Library announces Ongoing Book Sale Monday - Thursday - Library is open from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., (closed for lunch) opens 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
The Breckenridge Woman”s Forum will had their annual Games Day for their meeting Tuesday, Jan. 26, with the Board members serving lunch.
Sumer Russell, a Stephens County Texas A & M AgriLife Family Community Health Extension agent and 100 third grade students from Breckenridge South Elementary are jumping for joy that Stephens County was selected to receive the Texas Farm Bureau, “Learning From the Ground Up” garden grant of $500.