The Joaquin Christmas Festival will be held on November 28, 2015. It will be a fun filled day for the entire community. Get into the Christmas spirit with:
• Treasure Hunt with a $500 CASH Prize
• Cake Walk
• Live Entertainment
• Car & Motorcycle show
• Kid Zone train rides
• Pictures with Santa
• And toy and food drive to benefit Christian Services
For More info on this even please contact Joaquin City Offices at 936-269-3021
Texas State Bank is proud to be a sponsor of this event.
The Logansport Christmas Festival and Lighting will take place on November 21, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. This year’s festival and lighting promises to be a day full of events and activities. Arts & Crafts Booths with a wide selection of items will be available. During the Festival of Lights, Logansport will be transformed into a magical celebration of Small Town Christmas Traditions! There will be plenty of great food and music that the entire family will enjoy! Even the parade entries have been decked out with beautiful Christmas lights! What better way to celebrate the holidays with your friends and family than to join Logansport for a beautiful Christmas celebration!!!
Texas State Bank is proud to be a sponsor of this awesome event.
For more info and a schedule of events check out their Facebook page Logansport Christmas Festival and Lighting.
STOP. THINK. CONNECT. SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR MOBILE DEVICES
Safety Tips for Your Mobile Devices
That smartphone in your pocket – or your tablet or laptop – contains significant information about you and your friends and family – contact numbers, photos, location and more. Your mobile devices need to be protected. Take the following security precautions and enjoy the conveniences of technology with peace of mind while you are on the go.
Keep a Clean Machine
Mobile devices are computers with software that needs to be kept up to date (just like your PC, laptop or tablet). Security protections are built in and updated on a regular basis. Take time to make sure all the mobile devices in your house have the latest protections. This may require syncing your device with a computer.
- Keep security software current on all devices that connect to the Internet: Having the most up-to-date mobile security software, web browser, operating system and apps is the best defense against viruses, malware and other online threats.
- Delete when done: Many of us download apps for specific purposes, such as planning a vacation, and no longer need them afterwards, or we may have previously downloaded apps that are longer useful or interesting to us. It’s a good security practice to delete all apps you no longer use.
Protect Your Personal Information
- Secure your devices: Use strong passwords, passcodes or other features such as touch identification to lock your devices. Securing your device can help protect your information if your device is lost or stolen and keep prying eyes out.
- Personal information is like money – Value it. Protect it.: Information about you, such as the games you like to play, what you search for online and where you shop and live, has value just like money. Be thoughtful about who gets that information and how it’s collected through apps and websites.
- Own your online presence: Use security and privacy settings on websites and apps to manage what is shared about you and who sees it.
- Now you see me, now you don’t: Some stores and other locations look for devices with WiFi or Bluetooth turned on to track your movements while you are within range. Disable WiFi and Bluetooth when not in use.
Connect with Care
- Get savvy about WiFi hotspots: Public wireless networks and hotspots are not secure, which means that anyone could potentially see what you are doing on your laptop or smartphone while you are connected to them. Limit what you do on public WiFi, and avoid logging in to key accounts like email and financial services. Consider using a virtual private network (VPN) or a personal/mobile hotspot if you need a more secure connection.
- Protect your $$: When banking and shopping, check to be sure the sites is security-enabled. Look for web addresses with “https://” or “shttp://”, which means the site takes extra measures to help secure your information. “Http://” is not secure.
- When in doubt, don’t respond: Fraudulent text messages, calls and voicemails are on the rise. Just as with email, mobile requests for personal data or immediate action are almost always scams.
Visit http://www.stopthinkconnect.org for more tips about how to stay safe online.
Team TSB placed third in the Catfish Cook-off at the Catfish Festival in Huntington on Saturday. The Huntington Business Owners Association did an amazing job with the festival, attendance was great and the weather was perfect for a fun day in Centennial Park.
Head Cook and Senior Vice President Keith Swearingen stopped for a photo with Dan Townsend.
Cortney, Shelby and Brandon were on hand to assist frying up some yummy fish!
Cute pumpkins from the Pumpkin Decorating Contest.