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Nobody went away hungry, or without having an opportunity to visit, from the Rockdale Noon Lions annual pancake supper, held last Tuesday (Mardi Gras Day) at Busy Bea’s Cafe. The event raised about $1,500 for Lions Club activities. Above, Lion Rev. John Warren (L) visits with Wilhelm Backhaus. 
Reporter/Mike Brown Nobody went away hungry, or without having an opportunity to visit, from the Rockdale Noon Lions annual pancake supper, held last Tuesday (Mardi Gras Day) at Busy Bea’s Cafe. The event raised about $1,500 for Lions Club activities. Above, Lion Rev. John Warren (L) visits with Wilhelm Backhaus. Reporter/Mike Brown

Raymond and Shirley Story fill their plates. Pancakes and bacon, prepared and served by the Lions, were on the menu. Raymond and Shirley Story fill their plates. Pancakes and bacon, prepared and served by the Lions, were on the menu.

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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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