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    • NOVEMBER 14, 2017
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    Bullard Mission House & Mission Clinic Dedication and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Bullard Mission House & Mission Clinic Dedication and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

      Bullard Mission House celebrates new facility with ceremony The Bullard Mission House Board of Directors cut the red ribbon last week, officially signifying the opening of the organization’s new location at 226 S. Phillips St. with members of the Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Nov. 9. PHOTO BY MICAH MCCARTNEY Posted Tuesday,

    • NOVEMBER 5, 2017
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    Open House reveals God at work in Bullard, TX

    Open House reveals God at work in Bullard, TX

    An Open House for the Bullard Mission House and Mission Clinic took place on Saturday, November 4, 2017.  Dozens of people were provided with tours of the facility, and all were amazed by what God has done through people like Hazel Mason, Sharon Starwalt, Katherine Bunce, Dr. Robert Bone, and many more. Here is a

    • NOVEMBER 4, 2017
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    One of the best art shows in East Texas

    One of the best art shows in East Texas

    Featuring a good number of well-known professional artists, The Annual Genny Wood Art Show has developed into one of the best art shows in East Texas.  The show on November 4, 2017, included works on a wide range of mediums –  from oils and acrylics on canvas to alcohol inks on board to wooden bowls and jewelry.  Live music

    • OCTOBER 21, 2017
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    Bullard Mission House & Mission Clinic Open House November 4, 2017

    Please join us in celebrating the new Bullard Mission House & Mission Clinic on November 4, 2017! The Open House will be held in conjunction with the Bullard Red, White and Blue Festival, and tours of the clinic are available from 9:00 AM until 3:30 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!

    • OCTOBER 20, 2017
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    Miracles in Mission

    Miracles in Mission

    Serving God by Serving the Needy When the pastor of FUMC, Bullard approached Hazel to lead the church mission program, she knew right away that she wanted to begin close to home. With a passion for the suffering, and a meager $200.00 annual budget, Mission House was born. Hazel quickly realized that $200.00 per year