The date got left off of the information on this month’s Milano Opry in my c olum n last week. The mu sic show will be this Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Milano High School cafetorium. Jerry Naill will be the headliner and door prices is $5 per person. A couple of Naill’s most popular recordings w ere “ Your Cheatin’ Heart Made a Dru nken Fool of Me” an d Nei l Dia mond’s “Red, R ed W ine.”
Special guests will include Lexi Stavinoha of Houston and Brian Davenport of Taylor. House band m embers th is month are Billy Barnett, Ab Woods, Michael Wall, Tom Cu ddy, W i ll Fou ntain and Lynn Martin.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. w i th t he show sta r ting at 7 p.m . Concessions will be sold as well. Milano High School’s National Honor S ocie ty is hold i ng a food drive at the school through Nov. 19 . D o nation s of an y non-perishable food time may be dropped off at the high school.
Milano schools will release s tu dent s on Tues day, No v. 23 for Thanksgiv i ng holiday s . Di smissal time will be at 12:30 p.m. that day. Classes will resume at regular times on Monday, Nov. 29. The annual Milano Christmas parade and dinner has be en set for Saturday, D ec . 11. The “parents night out” event set for Nov. 19 has been canc eled at MH S. It is b eing rescheduled for sometime after t he f irst of t he yea r.
Milano First Bap tist Church will host a Christmas Bazaar at the church from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sa tu rday, Dec. 4. Contact the church off ic e for more information on set ting up a booth to sell items.
Some of my family and friends had a very successful hunting trip over the weekend. Thanks to everyone for the pray ers and phone calls durin g my recent stay in the hospital.