Book Fair next week at Milano
Hope all students and faculty enjoyed their Spring Break. Now it’s time to get back in the swing of things. There are nine weeks left in this school year, my how time flies.
The Milano School Board meeting has been changed for the month and will now occur at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 30 in the board room, located at the old high school/junior high building.
Milano students and faculty will have a bad weather day on Friday, April 2 and an early release on Friday, April 9.
The annua l Cit y of Milano Easter Egg Hunt is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 3 at the Charlie Martin City Park. There w ill be t wo div isions: 1-5 years old and 6-10 years old. Each child will receive a prize and refreshments will be served.
Donations are needed for the annual Milano Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary garage sale set for April 29-30 and May 1 at the Milano Civic Center/Fire Station. For more information or where to store donations, call Jane Yoakum, 512-446-5110, Lois Love, 512- 455-7915 or Caroly n Vinton, 979-224-0227.
We extend our sympathy to the Ruth Lagrone family on the passing of her mother Marietta Turner. Services were held March 18 at Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home in Cameron with burial at Little River Cemetery.
Miss Hannah Kay Bakken celebrated her second birthday on with a party on Sunday at the Milano Civic Center. Family and friends enjoyed finger foods, cupcakes (made by cousin Faythe Cernuch) and Dora the Explorer games. She is growing up so fast.
In spor ts, t he junior high district track meet is set for Monday, March 29 in Holland. High school track teams will be in Somerville on March 25 and then go to Flatonia on March 30 for their district meet. The varsity tennis team will be in Taylor on March 25 and the JV will there on March 26.
Lady Eagles softball will host Bartlett on March 26 and then Thrall on March 30. The baseball team will also host Bartlett and Thrall in the coming week. Go and show your support for all our Milano athletes when you can.