KDDD News 3-22-21

The Moore County Resource Center is paving the way for a new development on five acres of land restricted specifically for non-profit organizations. The group has had a vision for this project for quite some time.
They raised funds, worked with community leaders and businesses and were able to purchase 5 acres of land.
The new development is located behind Walmart on 19th. Moore County Resource Center wants to provide the infrastructure for nonprofits in the community and has room for four lots in place.

They have donated the land for Panhandle Community Services, the first to build in the development which was valued at $28,000.


Congratulations to the Dumas Demonette Powerlifting team, as Abby Mares placed third at state competition in the 105 weight class, earning a state medal. Additionally, Marisol Mendoza also came in third place at state, in the 259 weight class, also earning a state medal. The Demonettes finished in 11th place as a team at state competition.


The Bridge along with Dumas ISD, will plant a pinwheel garden to bring awareness to child abuse prevention on 3-23-2021 at 4:00 PM at the Moore County Court House.

The YMCA will also house a Blue Chain Display during the month of April to represent the 64 courageous children who told their story of abuse in 2020.


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