CORRECTED: Hallelujah Banana Bread recipe - Free Access
Here it is, folks. The corrected recipe from Peggy Cooke's May 20 column. Sorry 'bout the goof.
Hallelujah Banana Bread
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt Full Story
Parchment or paper, graduates’ path to adulthood paved by diploma
I love milestones. Those important moments in our lives like marriage, the birth of a child, and graduation. Those periods in our lives when all we have worked for and worked hard at becoming culminate and bring out the best, and sometimes the worst in us. It’s the intensity of the moment that I cherish. Full Story
Labor of love completed
Family finishes late mechanic’s 1940 Ford Tudor that spanned generations
“He wasn’t as mean as he looked,” laughed Linda Yakesch about her late husband Lee, whose bushy eyebrows, slicked back hair and sometimes gruff demeanor may have frightened away some potential customers. Full Story
Winners rev it up at health fair car show
A Car and Bike Show was held Saturday in conjunction with the Little River Health Fair. Plaques were awarded for the following:
• Best of Show Car—1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, Lee Salmela, Manor.
• Best of Show Truck—1929 Ford, Bobby Pelzel, Rockdale.
• Best of Show Street Rod— 1934 Ford Coupe, Bobby Pelzel, Rockdale. Full Story
Benefit at Apache Pass set June 5 for Stage 4 cancer patient Stanfield
A day-long benefit will be held Saturday, June 5 at Apache Pass to raise funds for Jackie Shuffield Stanfield, 49, who has been diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and has no medical insurance.
The benefit is being hosted by her mother, Virginia Shuffield; her father, A.T. Shuffield, along w ith Cathy and Joe Walton, Sherry Kleinmeyer and Tammy and Perry Savard. Full Story
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Monday—Memorial Day holiday.
Tuesday—Turkey salad sandwich, coleslaw, onion, pickle slices, banana, oatmeal cookie, milk.
Wednesday—Beef pasta bake, vegetable medley, garden salad, salad dressing, garlic bread, melon, milk. Full Story
Rockdale records are recorded at the studios of KRXT radio Full Story
Taken from community calendars. For additions, call 446-5838.
May 27—Stephen Colyon Springer, Jarod Montelongo, Jordan Kyler Pierce, Emogene Doss, Anna Doris vonGonten, Blair Jones, Dana Pendleton.
May 28—Jacob Ryan, April Eschberger, Leon Hammett, Monroe Jungman, Aubrie Litchauer, Emily Litchauer, Jarad Richards. Full Story
Auditions for ‘Annie’ ahead June 5-6
Milam Community Threater to present musical classic
Auditions for parts in a local production of one of America’s most beloved musicals, Annie, will be held Saturday and Sunday, June 5-6 at the Cameron ISD Performing Arts Center, according to Richard Stone, Milam Community Theater publicist. Full Story
Graduations this week at Milano ISD
Congratulations to all the Milano High School seniors that will become former students after Friday night. Commencement ceremonies are set for 8 p.m. May 28 at Pruitt Field. Milano Junior High’s eighth grade graduation is set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 27 in the school gym. Best of luck to them as they enter high school. Full Story
Awards day, graduation Thursday at Gause school
2 colu mn x 6 inc hes G ause ISD w ill have its end of school Awards Day Thursday, May 27 beginning in the morning in the school gym. Eighth grade graduation is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, also in the gym. Full Story
Winners named in high school art show
New ‘gallery’ home in lobby
There was a welcome new look to the annual Rockdale High School Art Show for 2010.
This year’s exhibit was held in the new RHS Auditorium lobby, providing a spacious, air-conditioned “gallery.”
FayeLee Cox, art teacher, said about 114 pieces of artwork are on display. Full Story