Miguel Gainzar, a fourth grade student at W.E. Chalmers Elementary School in Gainesville, helps his father Luis Gainzar paint a cardboard box that is to become part of the school’s parade float for the Gainesville High School homecoming parade Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Suzane Gainzar, who teaches fourth grade Spanish language arts at Chalmers Elementary, outlines the letters in “The Chalmers Machine” on the sign for the school’s parade float. The Scooby Doo-themed float is adopting “It’s No Mystery — GHS is No. 1” as its slogan, she said.
PHOTOS: Painting with pride
The Gainzar family helped prepare W.E. Chalmers Elementary School’s parade float for the Gainesville High School homecoming parade set for Wednesday, Sept. 11. The Scooby Doo-themed float is adopting “It’s No Mystery — GHS is No. 1” as its slogan, Suzane Gainzar said. The parade will step off at 6 p.m. today and will travel along California Street in downtown Gainesville. A homecoming pep rally will be immediately after on the east side of the Cooke County Courthouse.
Funeral services for Marshall King, 96, of Gainesville, are pending with Geo. J. Carroll & Son Funeral Home. Mr. King passed away September 17, 2019 in Gainesville. You may sign the online register at www.geojcarroll.com.
John Kenneth "Kenny" Koonce, 62, passed away on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at his home in Gainesville. Graveside services for Kenny will be held at 2:00 PM Saturday, September 21, 2019 in Fairview Cemetery with Rev. Larry Kremling officiating. Kenny was born on February 13, 1957 in Gainesv…