Aspen memories are golden in fall
Iconic ‘quakers’ turned annual pilgrimage into spectacle
I’m in love with populus tremuloides.
Okay, this isn’t a gossip article. Populus tremuloides is a tree. In fact that’s the scientific name of the quaking aspen. Full Story
Sensational jam session benefit set for Saturday
No communit y comes together bet ter than ou r own Milam Count y when it comes to helping out one of our ow n.
On Saturd ay, there will be a truly “Sensational” jam se s- sion benefit for the Ricky Matthews fam ily at Nat’s Plac e ne ar Milano. Full Story
CIP sets annual Christmas program, meal for Dec. 3
Gause Community Improvement Program (CIP) met for its monthly meeting on Oct. 3. The annual CIP Christmas program and luncheon will be held Saturday, Dec. 3. If you would like to have a place on the program, please give me a call. Full Story
CHISOLM TRAIL CAMPOREE—The Boy Scouts of Troup 790 participated in the Chisholm Trail Camporee at Camp Tahuaya near Belton. Full Story
Taken from community calendars. For additions, call 446-5838.
Oct. 6—W.M. Gray, Heather Michelle Wall, Skyler Oldham, Margaret Hirt, Geneva Kidd, Doug Williams, Christina Maguire, Denise Givens.
Oct. 7—Debra Ealoms, Jeri Machac. Full Story
Athletic Booster Club chili supper Friday night before football game
Milano Athletic Booster Club will hold its annual chili supper on Friday starting at 5 p.m. in the elementary cafeteria. Bowls will be $5 and include chili, cheese, onions, crackers, drink and a dessert. Milano athletes are in charge of bringing the desserts. Full Story
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Two percent milk served daily.
Thursday, Oct. 13—Ham and pinto beans, steamed cabbage, cornbread, raspberry applesauce.
Friday, Oct. 14— Grilled chicken and bun, cheese slice, lettuce, tomato, onion, potato wedges, fruit cup with oranges. Full Story
Strike a pose for better sleep, experts say
Health experts have long been professing the “back is best” mantra to new parents. As it turns out, the back also may be best for adults.
Placing an infant to sleep on his or her back is essential to reducing the risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and has been part of the advice given to new parents for decades. Full Story
First Central Texas Bake-off a success with 69 entries
The first Central Texas Bake- Off and Food Show was successful with 69 entries and a great program. Brookshire Brothers sponsored the Bake-Off by providing $2,000 in gift cards as well as gift bags for the Food Show.
Cory Capps, Cameron store manager for Brookshire Brothers along with Emily Watts, John Alston, Kent Pursley and Cindy Apichino presented the awards for the Bake-Off. Full Story