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For Immediate Release
SHERMAN, TX, MAY 22, 2017 – Families in Texoma area have grown to depend on the annual Summertastic publication to help plan their children’s summer activities. Delano Smith, TCOG 2-1-1 Program Manager stated, “We start getting calls as early as April to ask when the distribution will begin. Families appreciate having a publication that includes all sorts of summer activities from which to choose from for their children.”
Summertastic is an annual publication which started several years ago in response to 2-1-1 calls received regarding summer activities. It has grown over the years and includes a comprehensive listing of activities with categories including: Art; Day Camp; Holiday & Fundraiser; Horseback & Equine; Music; Nature; Reading; Sports & Fitness; Swimming & Pool; Theater; Vacation Bible School and Other.
The colorful front page of the publication is the result of an art contest entitled, “Summer Colors of Camp.” The winner of this year’s contest is Eduardo Diaz from the Gainesville Junior High School. The 2nd place winner, Ava Grace Hodge, from Savoy Elementary School and 3rd place winner, Margarito Santana from Callisburg High School are also featured in the publication.
The Summertastic publication will be distributed to schools, libraries, and other public offices within the Texoma region by May 25th, 2017. It is also currently available online at summertastic.tcog.com
Summertastic! Texoma Youth Guide
Visit our Summertastic! website to view and download the guide.
The Texoma Council of Governments is a voluntary association of the local governments in Cooke, Fannin, and Grayson Counties. Established in 1968, the Texoma Council of Governments promotes economy and efficiency in the coordinated planning and development of the tri-county region through its community and economic development activities. Either directly, or through contractors, the Council provides housing, utility assistance, and weatherization services for low-income citizens in the region and assists the elderly through a variety of Area Agency on Aging programs. The Council also facilitates the delivery of grant funding for homeland security and criminal justice.
For additional information, contact:
2-1-1 Program Manager
For interviews & statements, contact:
Susan B. Thomas, PhD