Mayor Becky Ames

More than 430 Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School students, 100 faculty members and 40 parents volunteered helping hands to more than 35 local charities and nonprofit organizations during Kelly Springs Into Action Day on Friday, April 15.

Kelly High School, established in 1895, is a diocesan, coeducational high school in Beaumont that, according to its mission statement, offers “cultural diversity, spiritual and personal development, and a strong college preparation in a loving and nurturing environment.”

Elaine Shellenberger, Gail Showalter, Ines Alvidres, Janet Floyd, Kristi Young,
Mayor Becky Ames speaks at the Pioneering Women event at Beaumont City Hall.

March 2016 is almost behind us as we look forward to April showers and May flowers, but Women’s History Month will not only be remembered for the advent of spring, but also for hosting the first glimpse of Southeast Texas’ Women Who Mean Business.

photo by Brandi Haskett

The Meals On Wheels Association of America kicked off Community Champions Week on Monday, March 17, as part of the 12th annual March for Meals.


By Kevin King

Staff Writer