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Circle K Kiddie Ranch is Still Open for Business

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We erroneously reported in our post about COVID-19 closures that Circle K Kiddie Ranch was closed until April 3. They are, in fact, still open and operating. This was a mistake on our part, and for that, we sincerely apologize to the owner Carol Daigle and Director Jana Daigle and the Circle K Kiddie Ranch parents for any additional stress we caused you.

Here is their current status:

We appreciate our families being so patient and kind while making the documentation and notes required by the health department.

We understand that school districts are making some really hard decisions during this time. LCM will now be closed until April 3, 2020. After school parents please be aware that if your child is here all day your rates will go up. IF CCCS does not pay the difference you will be responsible for making that payment. Our cut off time to enter the facility is 9 AM.

We too are on a HUGE learning curve as is most other childcare facilities. Please be patient and understand so that we can help you keep your babies safe. Wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, and love your babies.

Ribbon Cutting Held for High Tides Restaurant in Bridge City

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Ribbon Cutting Held for High Tides Restaurant in Bridge City

The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Grand Opening of High Tides at 3109 Texas Ave on March 10, 2020.

Owners Wesley and Ronda Dishon with partners Jamey and Sherri Deloney are happy to announce the opening of their new family-friendly waterfront restaurant and bar. High Tides features seafood, boiled crawfish, kids meals, full bar, 22 boat slips, jet docks, live music, and yard games. Coming soon to High Tides: waterfront non-ethanol fuel station, beach volleyball, private boat tours, and catering. The environment includes tables in outdoor eating areas upstairs and downstairs, and indoor tables upstairs- with elevator on site.

Business hours: Tuesday-Thursday 11 am-9 pm, Friday and Saturday 11 am-11 pm, Sundays 11 am-9 pm, and closed on Mondays.

For more information call 409-792-5001 or visit their website. To view full menu and keep track of live music performances, follow them on their Facebook page.

 

Ribbon Cutting Held at Darling Orange Boutique and Consignment

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Ribbon Cutting Held at Darling Orange Boutique and Consignment

The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for new member Darling Orange Boutique at 2339 MacArthur Dr in Orange on February 20, 2020.

Kimberly Scott is the new owner of the previous Asher Luis Consignment & Resale Boutique. The store has a new name, a new look, and will feature more boutique items that are new as they continue the consignment portion of the store as well.

For more information call: 409-883-5847 or follow them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/darlingorangeconsignment/.

Kiwanis Club of Orange Raises $500 for Little Cypress Elementary

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Kiwanis Club of Orange Raises $500 for Little Cypress Elementary
Kiwanians Kristi Charrier, Harry Vine and Ginny Davis present the check to DeeDee Windham and Kayla Casey, librarian and principal at LCE

The Kiwanis Club of Orange presented a check for $500 to Little Cypress Elementary today, to help assure Book Fair books for students at the school. Every fundraising event sponsored by Kiwanis goes to projects that serve children of Orange, Texas.

Lions Club Bringing Orange-Opoly Back to Orange

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Lions Club Bringing Orange-Opoly Back to Orange

The Orange Lions Club is creating an updated edition of Orange-Opoly game and is seeking businesses to participate. This game is based on the game of Monopoly. This is a fundraiser for the Lions Club, so all the funds will go back into the Orange community.

They have several “real estate” levels available. They will be printing an initial run of 500 games, set to arrive in Fall 2020. Each business, excluding the category “Sponsor Ads” will receive one board game for free. According to the Lions Club, the 4 corners and Boardwalk have been sold.

The sale price to purchase the game once it is printed has not yet been set and depends on the number of ads sold.

Board spaces are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Business logos will appear on the specific level purchased, with the exception of “Sponsor Ads.”

The order form is listed below and must be received by April 30. 2020.

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