Texoma Medical Center’s Outpatient Therapy Services has moved to a new location on the main hospital campus in Denison, TX. Formerly located on Hwy 84 in Denison, TMC Outpatient Therapy Services may now be found at 4616 US Hwy 75, Suite 200, which is on the southeast corner of the Cigna building and accessible from Pool Road which runs behind the hospital. The public is invited to an Open House to tour the new space and enjoy some refreshments on Tuesday, February 6 from 4:00-6:00 pm.
The new location has doubled the size of treatment space previously available at the old facility and includes 12 physical therapy treatment rooms, four for occupational therapy, four for speech therapy and three rooms dedicated for the treatment of Lymphedema. The space also includes a spacious open gym area. Those recovering from medical or surgical procedures, illness, injury or falls, and that do not need intensive rehabilitation in an inpatient hospital setting; can get the physical, occupational and speech therapy they need at TMC Outpatient Therapy Services.
For more information on the services offered at TMC Outpatient Therapy Services, please visit us online at www.texomamedicalcenter.net.
The Sherman Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO) launched the National Human Resources Marketing Campaign on January 16th. The two-month campaign is marketing Sherman industry openings to job seekers through digital, social media, radio, print, and billboard advertisements. Through these efforts, job seekers are directed to SEDCO’s new job database, ShermanTXJobs.com, where they will find a list of current job openings and contact information for sending applications and resumes.
“SEDCO is partnering with the Texoma Manufacturing Consortium on the Advanced
Manufacturing Program to develop a skilled workforce in the coming years,” said Executive Vice
President Frank Gadek. “This campaign addresses the immediate need to fill openings created
by the retiring skilled workforce, existing industry expansions, and the new companies moving
The 18th annual ’Roo Boo at Austin College, hosted by the local chapter of Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity, will be held Wednesday, October 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Sid Richardson Center of the Robert T. Mason Athletic-Recreation Complex, off Brockett Street and just east of the football stadium.
The theme for this year’s family-friendly event is American Hor Roo-r Story. Children 12 and younger are invited to wear their costumes and participate in this free event. Parental supervision is required. Austin College Police will be on patrol during the event.
The event is a safe alternative to traditional trick-or-treating and will offer a bounce house, animal balloons, and various games, booths, and prizes offered by campus organizations. Plenty of free candy is available for participants. Austin College student volunteers, representing more than 55 student organizations, will be dressed in costume for the Halloween celebration.
Alpha Phi Omega is founded on the principles of leadership, friendship, and service, said Shirley Banh, a junior from Garland, Texas, and coordinator of this year’s event. “This event allows college students with a deep-rooted love for volunteering and heart for community service to invest their time for a night of fun and plenty of candy for the families in the Texoma community.”
In 2016, more than 1,200 people attended the event, which was served by more than 250 campus volunteers.
Local businesses are asked to make donations of candy and gift certificates for the Austin College event by contacting Alpha Phi Omega event coordinator Shirley Banh at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Office of Public Affairs at903.813.2891.
Austin College, a private national liberal arts college located north of Dallas in Sherman, Texas, has earned a reputation for excellence in academic preparation, international study, pre-professional foundations, leadership development, committed faculty, and hands-on, adventurous learning opportunities. One of 40 schools profiled in Loren Pope’s influential book Colleges That Change Lives, Austin College boasts a welcoming community that embraces diversity and individuality, with more than 36 percent of students representing ethnic minorities.A residential student body of 1,250 students and a faculty of more than 100 allow a 13:1 student-faculty ratio and personalized attention. The College isrelated by covenant to the Presbyterian Church (USA) and cultivates an inclusive atmosphere that supports students’ faith journeys regardless of religious tradition. Founded in 1849, the College is the oldest institution of higher education in Texas operating under original name and charter.