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4th Buddy Oney Toy Run to benefit Roundup

The fourth annual Buddy Oney Toy Run will be held Dec. 5 and will again benefit Rockdale Christmas Roundup, which assists needy families with toys for children.

The ride begins and ends at The Ranch, 415 W. US 79. Registration is at 10 a.m. and first bike out is at 11 a.m.

Cost is $15 per rider, or $20 with a passenger, or riders may donate a new toy valued at $20 or more. T-shirts will also be available for $20 and a 50/50 drawing.

Stops are at Charlie's in Lexington, Brushy Creek in Thorndale, Pancho & Lefty's in Hare, The Oak Club in Pettibone and Nat's in Milano.

Organizer Charles Starr said the bikers also plan to ride in the Christmas Night Parade on Dec. 4.

For more information, contact Starr at 512-760-5537, Neal Ferrell at 446-2821 or Loy Woolverton at 760-5413.

Gospel tour coming to Cameron First Baptist

CAMERON—"The Grand Ole Gospel Sing," made up of over 40 singers and musicians, will perform at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7 at First Baptist Church in Cameron.

The group consists of singers and performers from throughout Central Texas, ranging from quartets to a portrayal of George Washington in full revolutionary attire.

Pastor Gary Maroney said there is no admission for the two-hour concert and no love offering will be taken. FBC is located at 400 W. Main in Cameron. For more information, call 254-697-6477 or see www.thegrandolgospelsing. com.


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