SEPTEMBER 30 TO OCTOBER 1-2, 2016
FRIDAY, SEPT 30
5:00 PM FISH FRY served by the V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary at the VFW Building located on Hwy 31, West of the traffic signal - $10 per person
7:00 PM PEP RALLY at the bonfire site behind the baseball field
SATURDAY, OCT 1
PARADE - All former classes and organizations are urged to participate in the parade, especially those classes being honored.
9:00 - 9:30 AM - PARADE LINEUP in front of the Community Center near downtown
10:00 AM - PARADE The parade will begin in front of the Community Center near downtown and will proceed to the school . At its conclusion, there will be a pep rally in the gym.
THE SCHOOL AND AUDITORIUM WILL BE OPEN FROM 10 AM UNTIL LATE IN THE AFTERNOON FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO COME IN AND VISIT.
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM - LUNCH in the school cafeteria. As always, this is a Senior Class fundraiser and our support is greatly appreciated. Make plans to meet with your former classmates here for lunch.
12:30 PM - Begin registration for afternoon meeting
1:00 PM - FORMER STUDENTS MEETING in the School Auditorium. We will be honoring the classes of 1946, 1956, 1966, 1976, 1986, 1996 and 2006. We will also be conducting a silent auction that will conclude prior to the end of the meeting, and a live auction will take place during the meeting.
If you have a nice item to donate to either auction please bring it with you or contact an officer with the Association.
6:30 PM - PRE-GAME ACTIVITIES
7:30 PM - FOOTBALL GAME TRINIDAD TROJANS vs Fannindel
Come out and support our TROJANS!! At halftime the honored classes will be honored and the raffle quilt will be awarded.
SUNDAY, OCT 2
11:00 AM - HOMECOMING SERVICE AT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH followed by our annual pot-luck lunch Guest speaker - Dr. Faulk Landrum
Everyone is invited to attend the Sunday morning service and stay for lunch.
Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the homecoming activities in past years.
Hollis Hines was the winner of the raffle quilt.
The Trinidad Ex-Students Association is open to anyone with an interest in the Trinidad School System, especially graduates, former students, and their spouses. Functions that the Association is involved with are to help organize and promote homecoming weekend activities and raise funds to provide needed items for the school and teachers, and to enable us to offer scholarships to the graduating seniors. Nearly every cent raised by dues, donations, or memorial gifts go toward these purposes. The only exception is the cost of printing, supplies and postage necessary to get this information to you.
Dues are $15 per person per year
Send your Dues/Donations/Memorials to:
Trinidad Ex-Students' Association
P O Box 583
Trinidad, TX 75163
Current officers are:
Gary Fleming ('70) - President
Tommy Thomas ('62) - Vice President
Harriet Sharp Gillispie ('69) - Secretary/Treasurer
Bette Sharp Lehmann ('67) - Historian
Should you have any questions, comments or concerns about the Association please contact:
427 Woodcreek Ct, Granbury, TX 76049
To: Election Officials
From: Keith Ingram, Director of Elections
Date: August 26, 2016
RE: Voter Identification Procedures
On August 10, 2016, a federal district court entered an order (PDF) changing the voter identification requirements for all elections held in Texas after August 10, 2016 until further notice. This advisory will explain the new procedure and provide answers to frequently asked questions.
Summary of the Procedure
Voters who have obtained an acceptable form of photo ID for voting are still required to present it in order to vote in person in all Texas elections. However, the acceptable form of photo identification may be expired up to four years. (Please remember some IDs, including U.S. citizenship certificates, do not expire.)
These are the 7 forms of acceptable photo ID:
1. Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
2. Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
3. Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
4. Texas license to carry a handgun issued by DPS
5. United States military identification card containing the person's photograph
6. United States citizenship certificate containing the person's photograph
7. United States passport
Further, voters who have not been able to obtain one of the forms of acceptable photo ID, and have a reasonable impediment or difficulty to obtaining such identification, may present a supporting form of identification of the voter and execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration (in English (PDF) or Spanish (PDF)), noting the voter's reasonable impediment or difficulty to obtaining an acceptable form of photo identification, stating that the voter is the same person who personally appeared at the polling place, and stating that the voter is casting a ballot while voting in-person.
These are the 7 forms of supporting ID:
1. Valid voter registration certificate
2. Certified birth certificate (must be an original)
3. Copy of or original current utility bill
4. Copy of or original bank statement
5. Copy of or original government check
6. Copy of or original paycheck
7. Copy of or original government document with your name and an address (original required if it contains a photograph)
Examples of government documents include driver's licenses from other states, ID cards issued by federally recognized Native American tribes, DPS Receipts (without a photo), expired voter registration certificates, and expired Texas DPS-issued driver licenses or personal ID cards (over 4 years). Government documents do NOT include Social Security cards (no address), public college or university IDs without an address, state/federal employee ID cards without an address, or library cards without an address.
The Food Pantry is open the 3rd Friday each month for Citizens of Trinidad (must show proof of residence). It is open from 10:00 am until noon and is located at Trinidad Housing Authority, 144 Park Street.
If you have any questions, call Faith in Action Outreach at 903-489-7500.
The City of Trinidad offers assistant to citizens of Trinidad who need to dispose of large amount of trash. The drop-off location for this year's FALL clean-up will be the elevated water tower on First Street. The dumpsters will be open from 8:00 a.m. until full.
The Fall Cleanup is open to residents living in the City of Trinidad city limits. Items NOT accepted at the drop-off site include:
- Oil or oil filters
- Hazardous liquids of any kind
- Refrigerators, air conditioning units or any other appliance containing Freon
- Hazardous waste, including chemicals or pesticides
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CALL CITY HALL.
The City's new Chief of Police, Chris Simmons, will soon begin working on City Ordinance violations. Chief Simmons wanted the citizens to be aware of his City Ordinance Violation Procedure. If you have any questions, please call the Chief at 903-778-2113 or 903-477-2131 cell or visit with him in his office.
Trinidad Police Department
City Ordinance Violation Procedure
Step 1: Initial Contact
A. Property Identification
B. Photographs of violations
C. Issue occupant(s) a notice providing fifteen (15) days to correct violation(s)
D. If rental property, the owner will be notified of violations.
Step 2: Failure to Comply with Written Notice
A. Take a second set of photographs of the property
B. Issue occupant/owner a citation, giving occupant/owner ten (10) days to appear before the Municipal Court
C. If rental property, the owner will be notified of violations.
**Citation may be sent via registered mail, return receipt requested.
Step 3: Failure to Comply with Citation and Court
A. Issue the occupant(s) a written notice providing the occupant(s) seven (7) days to correct the violations
B. If rental property, the owner will be notified of violations.
C. After seven (7) days, meet with City Administrator to schedule an appearance before the City Council to seek abatement of the property
D. After seven (7) days, request a court order removal of inoperable vehicle(s) from the Judge if applicable.
E. Clean the property, with City Council authorization and at the expense of the City. Attach all costs associated with the clean-up to the utility bill of the occupant(s).
**Failure to pay required clean-up costs could result in a Lien being filed against the property, with the City Council approval
July 23, 2015
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