Paul Gonzales Entertainment Reporter 358-2550, ext. 116

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Paul Gonzales is the entertainment writer at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 116, or at thescene@mySouTex.com.

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  • Paul Gonzales photo.Local entertainer Mr. Kippy is always on hand to shed some light on new books and stories for the area children and will more than likely bring his unicycle to this year's Illuminated Parade, which takes place Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. in downtown Mathis.
    Paul Gonzales photo.Local entertainer Mr. Kippy is always on hand to shed some light on new books and stories for the area children and will more than likely bring his unicycle to this year's Illuminated Parade, which takes place Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. in downtown Mathis.
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  • Santa will be making his way through Mathis Dec. 3 for the city’s annual Illuminated Parade, followed by the toy giveaway. Local entertainer Mr. Kippy (below) is always on hand to shed some light on new books and stories for the area children and will more than likely bring his unicycle to this year’s Illuminated Parade, which takes place at 6 p.m. in downtown Mathis.
    Santa will be making his way through Mathis Dec. 3 for the city’s annual Illuminated Parade, followed by the toy giveaway. Local entertainer Mr. Kippy (below) is always on hand to shed some light on new books and stories for the area children and will more than likely bring his unicycle to this year’s Illuminated Parade, which takes place at 6 p.m. in downtown Mathis.
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  • Paul Gonzales photos.Mathis ISD invited parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters to have a Thanksgiving meal at the Event Center on Friday. Visitors had to purchase meal tickets with 88 tickets sold for the middle school, 250 for elementary and 209 for intermediate. Turkey and dressing with all the trimmings was served and seelfie props were left on all the tables, allowing the students to get silly with their relatives.
    Paul Gonzales photos.Mathis ISD invited parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters to have a Thanksgiving meal at the Event Center on Friday. Visitors had to purchase meal tickets with 88 tickets sold for the middle school, 250 for elementary and 209 for intermediate. Turkey and dressing with all the trimmings was served and seelfie props were left on all the tables, allowing the students to get silly with their relatives.
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