Society

REUNIONS

....1 15 at Mo rgan reunion MILANO—The W. D. Morgan reunion was held at the Milano Senior Center on July 10. Attendance was 115, believed to be a record. The group visited, played games and shared a potluck lunch. Awards were:

Most senior lady, Vera Williams; most senior man, Clyde Morgan; youngest girl, Lillian Ruzicka; youngest boy, Leelyn Young; traveled greatest distance, Christopher Johnson, Las Vegas; most beautiful woman, Lanelle Hayman; most handsome man, Ronnie Lyons Sr.; best domino player, Richard Ruzicka; best story teller, Richard Blaney; most cooperative in-law, Sue Morgan.— James Walker, reunion reporter

Mack family reunion

The 2010 Ollie and Versie Mack family reunion will be Saturday, July 31 in the Patterson Civic Center in Rockdale. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. and a barbecue lunch will be served at 1 p.m.

Reunion fee is $40 per family (up to 5 members), $5 extra per family member, $10 for senior citizens and $15 for guests. Please pay in advance or fee will be collected at door.

Attendees should bring a side dish or dessert. For more information, contact Hamilton Mack at hmack@hot.rr.com or 254-774- 8380, or Obbie Mack at 512-446- 6626.

RHS Class of 1975

The RHS Class of 1975 will celebrate it’s 35th anniversary with a reunion at Rockdale Country Club at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 31.

Information is needed on the following classmates:

John Brooks, Cynthia Crawford, Debbie Gabriel Silvey, Sylvia Hernandez, Richard Jackson, Brenda Mack, Wilford Lewis, James Etta Pollard Brown, Paula Roerick Bacon, Deborah Lynn Maxwell, Kelly Pack, Linda Parker Stanford, Judy Richards, Cordula McGrath, Maurice Page, Stevie Tindle, Alan Simmons, Ragene Solomon, Cheryl Stephenson, Michael Tipton and Dave Simmons.

To provide information on any of the above, or for more information on the reunion, call: Lou Ann Cavazos Rubio, 446-7512, or Brenda Caffey Towns, 446-6721, or e-mail rhs75tigers@yahoo.com.


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