Society

MHS homecoming queen to be crowned Friday

By KAY LAGRONE
Reporter correspondent
Home c omi ng ac t iv it ie s have been in abundance around Milano ISD this week. The annual bonfire will burn at dusk on Thursday, Sept. 9. The junior high and junior varsity football teams will host Iola on that night beginning at 5 p.m.

On Friday night, the varsity football team will host Iola at 7:30 p.m. During halftime ceremonies, the 2010 MHS homecoming queen will be crowned. Senior class queen nominees are Brittany Bullock, Allison Dodd, Natalie Kornegay and Masey Turnage. Class duchesses are junior Hunter Gage, sophomore Stonie Guthrie and freshman Kelly Jo Wadlington.

Milano High School’s senior class will hold a spaghetti dinner at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10 prior to the Eagles homecoming football game. The dinner will be held in the elementary cafeteria and cost is $5 a plate. All proceeds will go towards the senior class trip.

The Milano Ex-Students Association will hold its annual reunion and luncheon on the originally scheduled date of Saturday, Oct. 23. A barbecue meal by The Crossing will be served at noon for $10 a plate. Items are also being sought for live and silent auctions.

Milano’s Masonic Lodge will hold a garage sale at the Milano Community Center starting at 8 a.m. on both Sept. 10 and 11. To donate items for the sale, call Jesse Love, 512-455-7915, Eugene Morgan, 512-455-3894, Mark Morgan, 512-455-9837 or Aaron Alford, 512-446-5450.

On Wednesday, Sept. 15 there will be a meeting at the Milano Community Center about Girl Scouts. The meeting set for 6-8 p.m. For more information, contact Vanessa Marek at 979-823- 3411 or VanessaM@gsctx.org.

Make your plans to spend your day in Milano on Saturday, Sept. 25 for the annual Fall Fest. You can spend the day watching tractor pulls, car shows, quilt shows, enjoying lots of food and great gospel music. Arts and crafts booths are also available.

If anyone would like to have a craft booth, have an art to demonstrate or need more information, please call Carolyn Vinton at 512-455-2364 or 979-224- 0227. Events scheduled so far are tractor pulls, garage sale, car show, quilt show, arts and crafts booths.

We extend our sympathy to the Gloria Paniagua family on the death of her father, Mariano Tamez DeLaRosa of Cameron. Services were held Sept. 4 at St. Monica’s Catholic Church in Cameron.


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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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