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Plans in the works for annual Independence Day parade

MILANO NEWS
By KAY LAGRONE Reporter correspondent
Hope everyone has enjoyed the first week of summer break. August will be here before we are ready and school will start again. I do believe that summer gets shorter each year.

Milano Evening Lions Club will have a bake sale at the first ever Milam County Nature Festival on Saturday, June 12 at the Wilson-Ledbetter Park in Cameron. All proceeds will go to the Lions’ scholarship fund. I will have three pecan pies on sale. Call me at 512-455-6921 if you would like to purchase one.

Milano’s Fourth of July City Parade will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 3. The theme this year is “Stars and Stripes Forever.” Line up w ill be at 9 a.m. at Charlie Martin City Park. A free hot dog meal will be served at the Milano Civic Center following the parade.

If you did not receive a 2010 Census form, call 214-637- 9650 or 214-267-6960 Monday t hrough Fr iday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Please keep Elaine McKinney, our neighbor, and Tammy Storey in your prayers. Both a re re c over i ng f rom re c ent operations.

The Lagrone family has began preparing for the 71st annual family reunion. It is held each Father’s Day weekend in June for three days with lots of food, fun and games. Dates for this year are June 18-20.

Family and friends were at the Norine Lagrone home to help Hayleigh and Keely Lagrone celebrate their June bir t hdays. Keely t ur ned 13 on June 2 and Hayleigh 16 on June 7. The weat her was a little warm and the volleyball and softball games were hot. Everyone enjoyed hot dogs and hamburgers with all the trimmings, birthday cake and cookies and ice cream. We now have two teenage young ladies living across from us.


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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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