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New Year Wishes
The New Year is the perfect occasion to appreciate all the good things that the past year has given you and all the good things that are yet to come. Wishing you 12 months of success, 52 weeks of laughter, 366 days of fun, 8784 hours of joy, 27,040 minutes of good luck and 3,240,000 seconds of happiness.
Henry Ford said, 'Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you're right.' People say that they want to make a resolution, but they don’t believe that they can actually accomplish it. If you know you're capable of making your desired change, then believe it wholeheartedly.
The 2019-2020 flu season is up and running-and so far, it’s off to a weird start. Flu activity has been elevated since the start of November and is only expected to continue climbing, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention reports in its latest flu update.
Here’s a look at six practical ways to keep yourself safe this flu season.
1. Avoid large crowds.
2. Wash your hands regularly.
3. Strengthen your immune system.
4. Get an annual flu vaccination.
5. Clean and disinfect surfaces.
6. Visit the doctor if flu symptoms arise.
New Texas Late Fee Law
State legislation passed SB1414 which regulates charges for late rent. For properties owned/managed by this Agency, late charges will be either a base of $25 or 10% of the tenant portion of the rent. This means if your monthly rent is less than $250, then late charges will be $25. If your rent is more than $250, then your late charge will be 10% of your rent. This law does not affect Wortham Circle or Wilson Homes due to regulator guidelines.
Interesting Facts about
Martin Luther King, Jr.
· King was the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.
· Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a national holiday.
· At the Atlanta premier of the movie Gone with the Wind, Martin sang with his church choir.
· There are over 730 streets in the United States named after Martin Luther King, Jr.
· He was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Hopefully, you have already begun your search toward college. There are some exciting programs just for you.
Scholarships: This is free money for your college. As a resident of NBPM, you are qualified for a number of scholarships from small amounts to very large ones. Ask at the front desk for more information.
Grants: Apply for that Pell grant and other governments grants. It’s there for you. Take advantage of it.
Rising Star Program: How about going to your first two years of college without paying tuition? Texarkana College has that for you if you qualify. Contact Jana Duffer, NBHS counselor or call Texarkana College at 903-838-4541.
Online Help: There are several websites for college assistance. Texarkana College website has a few links. Go there at to find what you need.
Animal Protection League, (APL) will be in New Boston with their low-cost pet spay/neuter and vaccination program. APL has 4 licensed veterinarians on staff. Surgery is by appointment only. They will be parked at Tractor Supply in New Boston Friday January 3rd, and Friday, January 24th.Vaccinations are offered between 10:00AM and 2:00PM. For more information call 903-440-4911 or 903-753-7387.
WIC will be at NEW BOSTON PROPERTY MANAGEMENT in the Community Room the second Thursday of each month. Contact info: Office 903-798-3250 or mobile 903-556-2811.
This agency does not endorse or represent any businesses/churches.
January 8th is Joy Germ Day
A Joy Germ is a germ that is passed on through a smile, in the hopes that others catch the germ and smile in turn. So, smile people!
My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them. Mitch Hedberg
Let’s Try to Keep it Clean. We need everyone’s help in trying to keep your neighborhoods clean and beautiful. Loitering is always prohibited on NBPM property. We have seen bottles, diapers, wrappers, cigarette butts etc., thrown in the yards, the parking lot and on the top of the roofs of our neighborhoods. We have dumpsters provided in all the areas for your use. Residents must take responsibility and ask your guests to do the same. You will be charged for trash removal for not following these rules.
When: Jan. 16th
Where: Rice Street Community Center
Who’s Invited: YOU!
Cal Davis, Executive Director
After Hours Maintenance: 903-278-5477
Emergency: 911– Ask for New Boston
Centerpoint Energy: 1-800-259-5544
AEP (SWEPCO): 1-877-373-4585