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MASTER NATURALISTS


MASTER NATURALISTS—The El Camino Real Master Naturalist chapter graduated ts third class Thursday. Class was held monthly at the school in Gause and included four off-site field trips. All thirteen class members completed graduation requirements and four completed the additional advanced training and volunteer hours to become Certified Master Naturalists. Front row (L-R) Lisa Davenport, (training coordinator) Michele Fletcher, Sonny Arnold (assistant state coordinator, who took part in the graduation ceremony) Eunice Stigall, Traci Scarpinato; second row, Donna Lewis, Kathy Lester, Sue Taylor, Katherine Bedrich (chapter president), Melanie Reed, Jackie Thornton, Vickie Braswell, Rich Cromwell, Zane Stigall, Sandy Braswell. Not pictured is Barbra Cromwell. MASTER NATURALISTS—The El Camino Real Master Naturalist chapter graduated ts third class Thursday. Class was held monthly at the school in Gause and included four off-site field trips. All thirteen class members completed graduation requirements and four completed the additional advanced training and volunteer hours to become Certified Master Naturalists. Front row (L-R) Lisa Davenport, (training coordinator) Michele Fletcher, Sonny Arnold (assistant state coordinator, who took part in the graduation ceremony) Eunice Stigall, Traci Scarpinato; second row, Donna Lewis, Kathy Lester, Sue Taylor, Katherine Bedrich (chapter president), Melanie Reed, Jackie Thornton, Vickie Braswell, Rich Cromwell, Zane Stigall, Sandy Braswell. Not pictured is Barbra Cromwell.

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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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