A Bullard family was able to count their blessing and celebrate together over the Thanksgiving holiday, as they gave thanks for their newly constructed home they had received just the day before.
In just a few short days, the city of Bullard will be filled with the spirit of Christmas, as two annual Bullard Christmas traditions make their way back to the city. Preparations are already underway for the second annual Bullard Christmas Kick-Off, the newest of the two Bullard Christmas events, to be held from 3:30-9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5, in downtown Bullard.
One local church is using a number of community outreaches to make an impact on the lives of families within the Bullard community.
The spirit of democracy was felt strongly throughout the halls of Bullard Elementary School, where students were tasked with the assignment of selecting their candidate for President of the United States in the recently held “Choose Your CAN-didate” canned food drive election. “Every year, our school participates in a canned food drive event,” said Teresa Green, BES English as a Second Language teacher. “The food collected from the annual canned food drives help benefit the Bullard Mission House’s Food Pantry to be able to feed local families during the holidays.”