Scholarship cruise to set sail this fall from Galveston
A Milano Scholarship Fundraiser Cruise will set sail on Oct. 22 for five days from Galveston. Milano Former Students Association’s scholarship fund receives $100 per cabin booked on this cruise.
Price is $409 per person with a $200 per person deposit due by June 22. The final payment is due by Aug. 1
For more information, contact Cindi Jenkins at 512-365-8595 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A benefit is planned for the American Diabetes Society in honor of the late C.W. Coldiron. He had suffered from diabetes since he was a child. The event is set for Saturday, June 23 at Nat’s. The day will include a bike run, live auction, horseshoe tournament, 50/50 drawing, a DJ dance and barbecue plates for sale.
Plates will be available for $7 in advance and $8 the day of event. They will be ready at 11:30 a.m. that day. The bike run is $20 per rider, $25 if you have a passenger. The first bike will leave out at 9 a.m. and the last bike will return at 4 p.m.
For more information or to make a donation, contact Karen Coldiron, 512-760-0563, or Donna Craig, 512-429-0149.
The Milano Ex-Students Association reunion and luncheon will be held Saturday, Sept. 15 at Milano High School. A catered meal will be served at noon.
It is also the 50th anniversary of the Class of 1962. For more information on the reunion, contact Carolyn Haf ley, 512- 455-2473.
Plans are in full swing for the 73rd annual Lagrone Family Reunion at the Norine Lagrone home. This year’s dates are June 15-17. Friday is “workers day” with a fish fry that night, followed by hot dogs and homemade ice cream on Saturday night.
Sunday’s covered dish lunch is a free-for-all with tons of barbecue to eat, just bring some side dishes and come visit with the family. There are usually some basketball, volleyball, softball, horseshoe and domino games played as well.
Thank you to the ones who showed up for the annual Symrna Cemetery workday on Saturday. Your help was greatly appreciated.
Thank you also to everyone who helped support the Dion Czajkowski benefit on Saturday at the civic center.