, Port Arthur, Texas


June 16, 2011

Cute babies, father of year to be honored at Nederland Nite

NEDERLAND — Cute babies and the father of the year will be honored during this month’s Nederland Nite Third Thursday event.

Nancy Landry, owner of Cropo’s Barber Shop and an organizer of the event, said there have been about 12 entries for father of the year and about 30 entries for the cutest baby contest.

The father of the year will be announced during this month’s Third Thursday, which is held from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday on Boston Avenue.

The Cutest Baby Contest is divided into boys and girls categories for ages zero through six months, seven through 12 months and 13 through 24 months. There will be first, second and third place winners. The winners will be announced at approximately 7 p.m. at the DJ booth near Butchers Korner and the Holland House.

The father of the year will be announced at approximately 7:30 p.m. by the DJ booth, Landry said.

The Tri-City Corvette Club will also be on hand this month with a display of corvettes. Shops will be open late and local vendors will be on hand. DJ Donna Marx will be on site with music, trivia and prizes.

Landry said next month will feature quilts on display from Sew Much More.

Nederland Nite Third Thursday is sponsored by the Nederland Merchant Association.

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