Here’s why it’s called ‘restoration’
Depot has come a long way, thanks to volunteers
The Rockdale Historical Society will hold its annual chili meal from 10 a. m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the New Salem HD Clubhouse in Fair Park.
It’s a major fund raiser for the society. On this page you can see what the funds are going for. Full Story
Rockdale Lions collecting food for local pantry
I t’s beginn ing to look a lot li ke Chr ist mas, even though Halloween and the Rockdale Fai r were ju st over.
I don’t have nea rly as much trouble with that as my husband and the male members of my fami ly have.
They seems to think that stor es sta rt decorating for Christmas in September just to make them mad. Full Story
Get new holiday gift ideas at annual exchange
Make plans to attend the 17th annual Holiday Gift Idea Exchange from 6:30- 8:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21 at Bea’s Kitchen in Cameron. 4-Hers will be showing how to make a variety of craft, decorating and food ideas. The public is welcome to come and enjoy this free program to help get you in the holiday spirit. Full Story
Community proud of all its Eagle, Lady Eagle athletes
We are so proud of all ourEagles and Lady Eagles competing this year and they are doing so with much success. The Eagle football team is headed to the playoffs after going 9-1 during the regular season. They will play Burkeville at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11 in Willis. The Lady Eagles volleyball squad lost in bi-district playoffs last week, but were district champions. Full Story
Veteran’s Day program set Friday morning at Gause ISD cafeteria
Gause ISD will celebrate Veteran’s Day with a program at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11 at the school. The theme is “Heartfelt Gratitude for your Footprints in History” and all veterans of the community and surrounding area, along with each of you, are inv ited and encouraged to help celebrate the men and women of our military for their service to our country. Full Story
SCOUTS VISIT—Webelos Patrol 1 and 2 and Wolf Den of Scout Pack 789 recently toured the Rockdale Police Department. Full Story
Gause VFD lists student’ poster winners
GAUSE—The Gause Volunteer Fire Department presented awards to Gause students for Fire Prevention Week posters. Contest theme was “Protect Your Family From Fire.” Winners were:
Pre K—1. Ker i Endsley; 2. Jamle Gamble; 3. Emilie Wilganowski.
K—1. Robert Miller; 2. Jessica Collins; 3. Ariel Pilkey. Full Story
SENIOR CITIZENS MENU
Two percent milk served daily.
Monday—Sliced turkey, orange glazed yams, seasoned green beans, wheat roll, chunky fruit medley.
Tuesday— Grilled oregano chicken, steamed carrots, okra and tomatoes, whole wheat bread, oatmeal cookie.
Wednesday— Pulled pork au jus, creamed sliced potatoes, mixed vegetables, wheat bread, orange. Full Story
Taken from community calendars.
For additions, call 446-5838.
Nov. 10— Gloria Aguirre, Scott Shuffield, Eugenia Newton, Sherri Nelson, Kathy Bright.
Nov. 11—Emma Dyer, Derek Walton, Jayrelle Kleiber, Courtney Todd, Helen Wilbanks, David Eubanks. Full Story
Daniel Avery and Jessica Scott.
Jake Schneebeli and Christena Santellano.
Jakim Genack and Candice Martin.
Christopher Barker and Karina McCarty.
Sabrina Sauceda and Oscar Sauceda.
Charles Byrer and Jeanette Byrer. Full Story
Adam and Jessica Razo announce the birth of a son, Camden Glynn Razo, at 7:05 a.m. Oct. 31, 2011, in St. David’s Women’s Center of Texas, weighing 5 pounds, 8 ounces and measuring 20 inches. He is welcomed by a brother, Cohen Razo. Grandparents are Elvis McQuinn and Ginger Martin, Trent and Pam Wages, Raymond and Susie Razo, all of Rockdale. Full Story