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    This month, we are honored to recognize Pam Flowers, Tipton's own Body Shop Manager, for her dedicated involvement in our community. Pam has been a member of Friends of Lottie & Arthur Temple (FLAT) for 15 years, and was a member of the Diboll ISD Parent Teacher Association from 1995 to 2011. "These organizations are dear to my heart because they are the epitome of community spirit and celebration that give back to the citizens of our community." While many members of the community might recognize the esteemed names of Lottie and Arthur Temple, not everyone has heard of the great accomplishments their namesake non-profit has achieved in such a short amount of time, like sponsoring the City of Diboll annual Tamale Fest, which Pam has been involved with since 2007.  You may have also seen Pam and her family over the years in the month long annual Diboll Day fundraising event. Diboll Day has been responsible for raising over $5 million for community projects and organizations, like the Diboll Little League, the local library and local daycare center.  She has also volunteered for the annual Blueberry Fest, where she assisted with the Hug-A-Hero booth. "Hug-A-Hero is where we put veterans, firemen, police officers, teachers, and city officials in an area where the public can personally thank them for their services." It's pretty clear to us that community and family drive Pam's joyful efforts to be of service. "My most glorious achievements are my kiddos." It seems we're pretty lucky to have Pam as part of the Tipton family, too. 


 

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