I am immensely proud of the officers and firefighters that serve the fire department. Today I would like to recognize our female firefighters that we have today serving the community of Cisco. One of our fire department core values is to maintain a professional, diverse, and inclusive department. In the picture from left to right: Ashley Perez, Liberty Fox, Courtney Helmuth.
Cruise & Celebrate Independence Day! Friday, July 2nd
Flying Cow Ranch RV Park and Events Venue has opened its gates on 2731 off of 183. The Hutton’s have decided to bring together their love of RV travel, great events, mountain biking, yoga and their beautiful working cattle ranch. They call it Flying Cow Ranch. Matt’s father Noah was an agricultural pilot and grew up in Eastland County, Matt and Lisa are both pilots as well. The entire family has a profound love of flying. The name Flying Cow Ranch started off as a joke but it stuck!
Big applause to young ladies of Girl Scout Troup #7015 for the collection of dog food and cleaning supplies. These girls had a food drive for the Cisco Animal Shelter on Sunday. Three of the girls pictured here are Evelyn, Deidre and Kennedy. The items were presented by Girl Scout Leader Roxanne Yielding to ACO James Thomas and Chief Preston. (Not pictured is Danielle Harper who is a leader and assisted with the project) We also need to thank each and everyone who donated to help the Girls Scouts as well as the Animals.
Great job, Ryleigh Whitaker! Her goal at State 4-H public speaking was to get out of her heat and make finals. She ended up 4th at her first State 4-H roundup!