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Milano homecoming court announced

MILANO NEWS
By KAY LAGRONE
Reporter correspondent

Milano’s homecoming football game is set for Friday, Oct. 28 and the new homecoming queen will be crowned during halftime ceremonies. Queen nominees are seniors Desiree Adrian, Brittany Barnett, Elizabeth Keller and Arianna Douglas. Class duchesses are junior Raighley Shaw, sophomore Victoria Garcia and freshman Halle McManess.

Milano schools will have an early release on Friday.

Milano Evening Lions Club is holding its annual fall fund-raiser with chances to win Walmart gift certificates in the amount of $350, $150 and $50. Tickets are $2 each or three for $5 and can be purchased from any Lions Club member or at any Milano home football game. Winners will be drawn Friday, Oct. 28 at the Milano- Snook football game.

The Milano Exes reunion will be held Saturday, Oct. 29 at the MHS cafetorium. Doors will open at 10 a. m. w ith a fajita meal from The Crossing being served at noon.

Donations are still needed for t he si lent a nd l ive auc - tions and can be brought that day. For more information on the event, call Caroly n Hafley at 512- 455- 2473 or email carolynhaf ley@live.com. Proc eeds from the auctions go toward the alumni scholarships given to graduating seniors each May. Your support is greatly appreciated.

The Milano Elementary PATCH Club is collecting “Box Tops for Education” as part of their f und- raising activ ities this year. You can find them on several food items. Just cut them out and send them to school with your child. It’s free money for our school. The group will also be selling spirit items (bells, megaphones, pompoms) at all remaining Eagle home football games.

Milano hoodies and sweatshirts are on sale now through Oct. 22. Hoodies are $23, sweatshirts are $18, and long sleeved T- shirts are $ 12. A ll proceeds benefit the 2012 MISD yearbook. Contact Celina Ramos for more information, cramos@milanoisd.net or call 512-455-9333.

Milano yearbooks are on sale for $40 until Nov. 1. Advertising in the 2012 Milano yearbook is also open. Ads start at $40. Contact Celina Ramos for this as well.

We extend our sympathy to the Eugene Kleiber family on the passing of his father Gus Kleiber of Winchester last week. Services were in Giddings and bur ial in the LaGrange Cit y Cemetery.


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