Master Gardeners to offer ‘Chats in the Garden’ series
I nterested in improving your gardening skills? Want to learn more about growing different aspects of horticulture crops? Then the “Chats in the Garden” are for you.
The Little River Basin Master Gardener Association will be conducting monthly “Chats in the Garden” free of charge for the public to learn about gardening basics for a variety of different topics. Full Story
Nutrition Quiz Bowl team headed to state
MILAM 4-H NEWS
Milam County’s senior 4- H Nutrition Quiz Bowl team placed second at District 8 competition on March 5, earning a trip to the state contest to be held in June in College Station.
Congratulations to team members Natasha Ramthun, Elaine Luckey, Evan McCoy and Phillip Rasco for a great job. Full Story
School’s second annual art fair set for March 31st at library
Mark your calendars for Thu rsd ay, Ma rch 31. That is when Mary Neely, Gause ISD art instructor, will hold the second annual art fair in the Gause Memorial Library at the school. Come see what great artistic talent we have in the art classes. Full Story
Monarchs are on the move north
March signals the start of the Monarch butterfly migration from their winter roosting place in Michoacán, known as the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, northward into the United States. The females have nurtured eggs all winter. These eggs were fertilized before they made their fall migration to Mexico. Full Story
Lions Club pancake supper Saturday at Civic Center
Milano Evening Lions Club will hold its annual pancake supper from 5-7 p.m. Saturday, March 12. The fund-raiser will be held at the Milano Civic Center. Prices are $5 for adults and teens over 13 years of age and $3 for children 12 and under. The price includes pancakes, sausage and a drink. Full Story
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