News 3 Network for 09/11: The Jewett Messenger


From our News 3 Network partners at the the Jewett Messenger.
The City of Marquez Chamber of Commerce was called to order Monday of last week by Chamber President Jimmy Hill.

The chamber previewed some of the community's upcoming events.
A Fish Fry is scheduled for September 21st.
The event runs in conjunction with the 42 tournament and sign up sheets are now available at Chamber officers and Marquez Tire and Lube.

The Harvest Hayride is scheduled for Saturday, October 26.

Christmas at the Ranch will take place Saturday, December 7th.
The Franklin Safari will have their barn animals available, along with a "Bounce House".

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The agriculture department at Leon High school is getting bigger.
On Monday, Todd Stone seen on the left of your screen and Lee Stanley seen in the center joined Deannna Bowdoin in the school's Ag department.
Each will teach a section of Introduction to Agriculture, which is typically eighth or ninth graders.
That way they all will all get to know the beginning Ag students.

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The Lady Cougars Volleyball team have gone 3-0 in tournament play so far this season.
Three first place trophies are now in place in the display case at Leon High.
The team will be at home on Friday for China Spring and Neches.
Neches will be the first district game of the year.

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A long time Jewett and Leon County resident will soon star in an upcoming Hollywood movie.
You might remember the 2012 film called Deep in the Heart.
It was the story of Dick Wallwrath, the owner of Champion Ranch near Centerville.

That film was made possible by California movie producer Jay Hoffman.
Wallwrath recently contacted his long time friend, James Duke of Jewett to tell him that Hoffman would soon be contacting him about a role in a new film, that would be dedicated to the life of George Jones.

Duke spent many years in Houston performing country music and has performed a number of tributes to the legendary country singer.

Jones, who died in April, was hoping to live to see the movie about his life and all he overcame.

Jerry's friends encouraged him to accept the opportunity and wish him luck on the new film.


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