Apr
9
Sun
FBC – Rock Unshakable presentation @ First Baptist Church
Apr 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

ROCK Unshakable is a dramatic musical depiction of the gospel from the viewpoint of PETER.

Walking on water, swordplay that severs an ear, denying Jesus three times, being scolded to “Get behind me, satan”, Pentecost, imprisonment, and many more images were a part of the life of peter.

Jases Brown leads the cast, as Peter, through high drama portraying the ministry and miracles of Jesus.  A cast and choir of dozens will accompany him.

Apr
18
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Apr 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Apr
21
Fri
Bowie Chisholm Trail Celebration!! @ Pelham Park
Apr 21 – Apr 23 all-day

Saddle up and take a ride with us back in time…..

Start your weekend on Main Street Friday night with a Western/Chisholm Trail costume contest, live outdoor entertainment, Sip and Stroll, and more….. you never know when an old fashioned “gun fight” in the street could occur….

On Saturday, get a feel for the Wild West with a longhorn cattle drive, chuck wagon storytelling, trick roping, pictures with a longhorn steer, food, games, and more!!  End the day with a barn dance with Jake Hooker and The Outsiders providing music and entertainment.

End your weekend Sunday morning with Cowboy Church at Pelham Park.

 

This is one celebration you do not want to miss!!!                                           

May
16
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
May 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Jun
20
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Jun 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Jul
18
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Jul 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Aug
15
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Aug 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Sep
19
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Oct
17
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811

Nov
21
Tue
Diabetes Support Group @ Bowie Community Room
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Living successfully with diabetes takes more than initial education and training. Bowie Memorial Hospital offers a quarterly support groups for patients with diabetes and their families in order to keep your diabetes on track. Support groups are free to attend. Refreshments will be served.

According to the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support published in Diabetes Care in January 2013, on average, those initial health improvements people often make begin to diminish within six months if a person doesn’t have ongoing self-management support. But people with type 2 diabetes who attend support group meetings are better able to sustain or even build on their health improvements, according to a study published in the January 2012 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. After getting a diagnosis of diabetes, you may be spurred to make important lifestyle changes. But these changes often don’t happen overnight, and enthusiasm for eating healthier, getting regular activity, and monitoring your blood sugar can be difficult to maintain over the long term. Finding and sticking with a support group can keep you engaged and motivated. This diabetes support group has been helping this community since the early 1980’s.

Coping with diabetes is easier when you have access to a network of people who know firsthand what it takes to manage the condition. Join us for this free educational event. All are welcome For more information please contact: Brenda Haile, RN,CDE at(940)872-5811