Milano Opry to take stage Saturday at MHSThe monthly Milano Opry country and gospel show is set for Saturday, Sept. 18 at the Milano High School auditorium. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7. Admission is $5 per person with children 10 and under free.
Headliner this month is Savannah Berry of Missouri City, with special guests Rodney Brossette of Caldwell, Lorna Willhelm of Waco and Steven Raby of Granger. House band members are Lynn Martin, Billy Barnett, Gary Beard, Ab Woods, Jeremy Wade, Shawn Young and Jerry Gerosa. The Bailey Bank Building Committee will have their great concessions available as well.
Booth spaces are still available for the Sept. 25 Milano Fall Fest. 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, a gospel fest and the Senior Citizens Jamboree.
Congratulations to A llison Dodd on being named the 2010 Milano homecoming queen. She is the daughter of Jennifer Dodd and Greg Dodd. Another congrats to the Eagles football team on their win as well.
A huge “thank you” to everyone that came out and supported the Milano Masonic Lodge’s garage sale over the weekend.
Milano High School’s blood drive held Sept. 13 had a total of 30 pints of blood donated.
The annual reunion for former Milano ISD students is set for Saturday, Oct. 23 in the Milano High School cafeteria. 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. Proceeds go for mailing costs and scholarships. For more information, contact Carolyn Yoakum Vinton at 512-455-2473 or email@example.com. Classes that I know of having reunions are 1957, 1995-1997 and 2000. If any of the members of the Class of 1966 want to get together, let me know.
Enjoyed a visit from granddaughter Skylar Lagrone and friend James this weekend. Skylar will be leaving Sept. 21 for basic training in the U.S. Army. We love her and are very proud of her.
On Sunday afternoon, family and friends of Bradley Bakken helped him celebrate his fifth birthday out at the Lagrone farm. Water guns were the toys and cooling down was the game of choice. Of course, it wasn’t just the children getting wet. Hot dogs, cake and ice cream was enjoyed by all.