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Help Keep Kids Warm This Winter
Cooler temperatures have invaded East Texas, which are welcomed after scorching summer temps, but the temps won’t stop at being comfortable though, it’ll be getting much colder soon and there are many kids right here in Tyler and Smith County that will go without a coat this winter.
Coats For Kids Distribution Is This Weekend
Throughout the entire month of October Smith County residents and East Texans dropped off new and gently used coats at participating dry cleaners throughout Smith County to be cleaned and donated to PATH's Coats For Kids program where kids without a winter coat can receive one for free.
Smith County Coats For Kids Drive
Cooler temperatures have invaded East Texas, which are welcomed after scorching summer temps, but the temps won't stop at being  comfortable, it'll be getting much colder soon and there are many kids right here in Tyler and Smith County that will go without a coat this winter. That's where you come in and can help keep at least one child warm this winter by donating a new or gently used coat for a
It’s School Supply Time + Here’s How to Help
We don't really need proof that teachers are awesome, but just in case, you're probably heard that teachers have been known to spend their own money on supplies for the classroom. Can you imagine spending your own money on paper and printers at the office just so you can get your work done? Teachers go above and beyond in so many ways. Earlier this summer we helped collect a bus load of school su
PATH Kicks Off School Supply Train
Although today is officially the first day of summer, volunteers at PATH (People Attempting To Help) are thinking about the education of East Texas school children for the coming school year.  Today PATH kicks off the annual School Supply Train by collecting desperately needed school supplies for school children of Smith County.
St. Potty’s Day! The Potty Paper Parade.
You may have noticed all the portable toilets that have been decorated and placed around Tyler. They did not magically appear so that leprechauns could go to the bathroom on St. Patrick's Day. They were decorated by different organizations and placed at strategic locations as drop off points for PATH's annual toilet paper drive...