Hearts & Darts – January 23


  • A special thank you to the Indian Creek FFA, area churches, Boy Scout Troop 218, Texas Roadhouse, sponsors, volunteers, family and friends. Without you, the Carrie Clayburn Memorial Dinner would not have been the success that it was. It’s helpful to know that Indian Creek High School students will benefit from the scholarship and that Carrie will be remembered. To date, 44 scholarships have been given to FFA students.

John and Sheila Heidenreich, Chris, Jenny, Tegan, Liam and Owen Thompson


  • We can’t begin to thank Franklin College for the community service project they have in place for Martin Luther King Day. We were honored that they chose to send the INSIGHT students to Morning Pointe. The impact of that day will live on for years to come. Martin Luther King is looking down and saying “Franklin College and Morning Pointe you’ve got it.” It’s not just a day to take off, it’s a day of service. Joining together, to touch lives by helping others. Hats off to FC and the seeds of community and service they are planting in the generations to come.

Mary Beth Piland

Morning Pointe


  • Great big hearts to Dr. Chad Hennessy and his staff at both the Franklin Animal Clinic in Franklin and in Greenwood. It takes special people to be a vet and vet technicians, and Dr. Hennessy and his staff are those people. I’ll never forget the compassion and care they showed in treating our dog, Halie. Thanks again, Dr. Hennessy.

Judy Williams


  • Needham Elementary School PTO would like to thank Herb Hall, Kurt Hass and Janet Hass for the many years that they have decorated Needham Elementary for the holidays. The students look forward to this every year. Thank you for braving the winter weather to put up our outdoor lights and decorations.

Allyson Sever,

Needham Elementary School PTO