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Alcoa retirees, spouses to meet here Thursday
Alcoa Retirees and spouses will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the KC Hall for a catered fish meal by Ricky’s Catering, according to LaNell Spence, spokesperson.
“Members whose names begin with M through Z should bring a dessert,” she said. “Also, please bring an item for a silent auction but don’t bring anything for a ticket auction,” she said.
Doors will open at 5 p.m.
Thursday Reading Club dinner marks 94th year
Thursday Reading Club ended its 94th year of operation with a recent dinner at Apache Pass with husbands and family members as guests.
Members and guests heard the story of Apache Pass told by newly elected club member Geri Burnett, president of the Milam County Historical Commission. A meal catered by A Touch of Elegance was served.
A new year for the club began with a planning meeting Monday conducted by new president Donna Mitchell. She reviewed officers elected for the year and heard suggestions for programs in 2010- 11. The programs and theme for the year will be planned by a yearbook committee appointed by the president. This committee includes Eleanor Weems, chair Barbara Thompson and Mitchell.
Thursday Reading Club is a member of the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs and has 17 active members and two associate members. The club meets monthly from September through May in the homes of members.—Dr. Lucile Estell, past-president
7-day cruise will boost Milano scholarship fund
MILANO—A seven-Day cruise is being planned for Feb. 6-13, 2011 as a fund-raiser for the Milano Alumni Scholarship Fund.
The cruise line, Carnival, will give $70 per room to the scholarship fund. Rates start at $500 for an inside room.
A meeting about the cruise is being planned. All interested travelers are encouraged to attend. For the time and place call Carolyn Hafley, 455-2473, or Wilson Kyle, 979-279-5668.
“If you have ever considered taking a cruise, take this one,” Hafley said. “You will have fun and you will be part of the fund-raiser to help one of our young people. It truly is a ‘feel good thing’ knowing you have helped someone get their start in life.”
“The Milano exes’ scholarship fund is planning to give mini scholarships again for this fall,” Hafley continued. “The amount given will depend on the number of applicants but no Milano graduate who has at least one year of school will be turned down.”
Sons of Hermann to meet on Tuesday
Cameron Lodge 140-2 of the Order of Sons of Hermann will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 15 at Bea’s Kitchen, 101 E. Main Street, in Cameron.
“All members of the Cameron lodge and the former Rockdale lodge are encouraged to attend the dinner meeting and to enjoy the fellowship,” said Willie Korenek, lodge reporter/historian. For more information call 512-809-0862.