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Local DAR members attend annual conference

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Comancheria Chapter NSDAR members Katie Hill (at left with the DAR State Regent), and Pam Hill and Jeri Pundt (at right), attended the 121st annual Texas State Society Daughters of the American Revolution Conference in Dallas, March 11-13. Katie Hill was chosen to be a personal page for the state regent, Mrs. Susan Green Tillman. For more than 100 years, the Daughters of the American Revolution have carried the torch of patriotism. Love of country was the purpose; ancestors who fought for freedom was the bond that connected women from North and South to reunite the country following the Civil War. Today, the DAR continues the tradition of promoting patriotism, education, and historic preservation. From small towns to metropolitan areas, DAR members make a difference in their communities.
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Canadian’s local businesses are open and ready to serve

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In a time of great uncertainty due to the coronavirus outbreak, Canadian’s local businesses are already beginning to feel the effects. We have already seen some economic fallout resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak, and over the coming weeks and months, we can only anticipate that our favorite restaurants, hotels, shops, salons, theatre, markets, and other hardworking Canadian businesses are going to be affected. The Canadian Record staffers are proud of Canadian citizens, and we share in everyone’s concerns about the families who will struggle to make ends meet in coming weeks, the owners of small businesses who may be stretched thin, and the people whose jobs will be influenced.
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What’s Cookin’ in Canadian

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This is a variation of a Weight Watchers recipe I enjoyed that my sister-inlaw fixed years ago. Ground beef is replaced with a lower fat ground turkey, and yogurt is used instead of sour cream. I like to spice mine up with plenty of seasoning, fresh garlic, onion, and peppers. It’s a great recipe to double because it freezes well. You can enjoy this tasty Mexican food for lunch, and not even need a nap...
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The Postscript: Waiting for the Sun

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An enormous box arrives at our house. It is filled with food and cleaning supplies, and, yes, toilet paper. I feel guilty. But the truth is, these supplies were ordered months ago. My husband, Peter, was a hoarder long before hoarding was in fashion. “Here you go!” Peter says, as he unpacks the latest shipment. “Eight more pounds of oatmeal!”
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Kids' Grab and Go Meals are ready for pickup at Canadian Elementary

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The Canadian Elementary School Cafeteria kitchen crew has been working since 6 am today to prepare breakfasts and lunches for CISD students and their brothers and sisters, ages 0-18 years old, who need a good meal while school is not in session. The meals are free and can be picked up in front of Canadian Elementary one daily, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 to 11 am. Anyone who is unable to get to the school is asked to call 806.323.6931, extension 1283, to arrange for home delivery.