OAP’s ‘Picnic’ set Friday

By KAY LAGRONE Reporter correspondent
Milano High School’s One- Act Play cast and crew will perform their awardwinning play “Picnic” by William Inge at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7 in the high school cafetorium. There will also be a baked goods silent auction. Admission will be $5 for adults and $3 for senior citizens and students.

This will serve as the spring fund-raiser for OAP. We have many talented students at our high school and this group of students make our school shine.

It is almost the last day of school for the 2009-10 year. Students are having end of the year trips and seniors will be mailing out graduation invitations soon.

Congratulations to the 2010 Milano Prom royalty. Seniors Matthew Jentsch and Chelsey Burgess were named prom king and queen at Saturday night’s event, while juniors Jaxson Robinson and Carol Ann Grosshans were honored as prom prince and princess.

The MHS senior class w ill sponsor a “Miss Globe” pageant at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 11 at the school’s cafetiorium. Contestants will be Tevin Gates, Michael Griffin, Christian Serna, Matthew Jentsch, Sam Walker, Ryan Karl and Jordan Hughes. Admission is $3 and proceeds will benefit the senior class.

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the Milano Spring Sweep on Saturday.

The Milano Opry is planning a big first anniversary show on Saturday, May 15 at the Milano High School cafetorium. The group will serve hamburgers and chicken breast sandwiches with french fries starting at 4 p.m. prepared by Richard Schneider of Thorndale.

Headliner for that show is award-winning Christian Country music artist Justin Todd Herod of Palestine. Special guests will be Mason Roach of Conroe and Allyson Steinbecker of Milano.

Remember, if you did not receive a 2010 Census form, you need to call 214-637-9650 or 214-267-6960 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is very important that you be counted.

Roger Hashem is now at a rehabilitation center in Lewisville where he is closer to his family. Please keep all of them in your prayers.

We extend our sympathy to Eddie Mae Myers and her family on the passing of her brother, Rev. C.B. Maloy of Denver, Colorado. Services are set for Friday, May 7 with full military honors. He served over 20 years in the military.

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