The next museum on the list for the Regional Museum Alliance series is the Baylor County Museum (BCM), located at 116 N. Washington Street in Seymour. The BCM has a vast number of historical artifacts, memorabilia and other odds and ends that give a detailed history of how things progressed for Baylor County and what it was like there as far back as the 1800s.
When the mercury rises, savvy cooks know lighter fare is the name of the game. Light recipes can be made even better by incorporating fresh produce that’s full of vitamins and minerals. It’s even possible to grow many of these foods right in your own backyard garden.
On June 29, the Olney Community Library & Arts Center (OCLAC) hosted another fun summer program by bringing in Robb Holladay and his Magical Balloon Show.
On behalf of the citizens of Olney, Texas and the Texoma surrounding area, I would like to thank the following groups and individuals for facilitating the First Annual Olney in America July Fest Celebration on July 1st. We had a tremendous turnout of area citizens who participated in the festivities. Your leadership and foresight are greatly appreciated. When the people of a community work together as a team much can be accomplished.
Pictured left to right are Nita Hearne and Jack Barker, honorable mention to Don Dunagan. Happy Birthday!!! Photo by Will Sadler