Anna unveils Black history neighborhood challenge
Anna city officials have come up with a competitive way to celebrate Black history. Starting last week, the city began posting the picture and name of a historical figures on the its Facebook page. Residents have three days to submit a fact about the person. The team with the most submissions for that person will win that round. There will be a total of eight rounds.
For the purposes of this contest, the city assigned area neighborhoods to one of two teams.
Team 1 is made up of people from Creekside, The Falls, Lakeview Estates, Oak Hollow Estates, Meadow Ridge Estates, Park Place, Pecan Grove, West Crossing, Wildwood and Willow Creek.
Team 2 includes neighbors from Anna Town Square, Avery Point, Camden Parc, North Pointe Crossing, Settler’s Way, Sweetwater Crossing, Tara Farms, Urban Crossing, Westfield, and everyone else who doesn’t live in one of the specified areas.
More information about the challenge can be found on the City of Anna Facebook page. The contest will continue through the end of the month.