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- City of Pittsburg’s New Website
- How Local Businesses Have Adapted to COVID-19
- Free COVID Testing at NTCC
- What does CASA do?
- Azalea Orthopedics is Expanding
- Check out Efurd’s Homestead
- Whatley Season Update
- Bleu Hen Crossing is taking Reservations for Parties and Special Events.
- Local Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas
- Family Fun Valentine Project Opportunity
- You Will Be Missed
- Your E-Newsletter Exclusive Deal of the Week
- Now Hiring!! Local Pittsburg Camp County Chamber Member Businesses have job openings.
What does CASA do?
When a family is in crisis and becomes involved in the child welfare system, a judge may appoint a CASA volunteer to advocate for the child. This highly trained volunteer is someone from the child’s community whose responsibility is to get to know the child and their family and advocate for their safety, permanency, and well-being while in foster care. It is just one example of the difference a CASA volunteer can make in a child’s life. Please email us for more information.
Whatley Center Postpones Spring Season
Whatley Center postpones spring season | Northeast Texas Community College (ntcc.edu)
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It is with the heaviest of hearts we share that Los Pinos lost an extraordinary friend and Co-Owner, Dana Pool. Dana was kind, hard-working, fearless, and has positively touched many lives. Dana was a great chef and created the restaurant at Los Pinos, providing a sufficient dining experience in deep East Texas that has been a significant attraction for over fifteen years. She showed her dedication to the Texas wine industry through years of service on the board of TWGGA. She worked hard to get Los Pinos where it is today. Dana will be missed and will forever hold a special place in our hearts.