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Rockdale Lions to hold Soup Suppers in January

Rockdale Noon Lions will hold four Soup Suppers during January, as a fund-raiser for Lions Eyesight programs, according to Gloria Thrasher, spokesperson.

The Suppers will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Thursdays, January 10, 17, 24 and 31 at New Salem HD Clubhouse at Rockdale Fair Park.

The cost will be $5 per ticket. The Supper will include soup, bread, dessert and drink. Dine-in or take out available.

“People can also bring two non-perishable food items and get $1 off the price of their tickets,” Thrasher said.

The Mardi Gras Pancake Supper is planned for Tuesday, February 12. The next Board meeting will be Thursday, January 10 at noon at Gatti’s Pizza.

Genealogy society dues now being collected

Milam County Genealogical Society members and potential members should pay dues by the first meeting next year, Jan. 22, to be eligible to vote for officers. Dues are: Individual $15, family $20, senior citizen $10, supporting member, $25.

Dues may be paid at any meeting, mailed to MCGS, c/o Lucy Patterson Library, 201 Ackerman, Rockdale TX 76567 (or dropped off at the library for MCGS), or mailed to treasurer Florene McDaniel, 6246 CR 314, Rockdale TX 76567.—Linda Whorton, publicity

Grief support meetings held monthly, Cameron

CAMERON—Standards Hospice is holding Grief Support Group meetings from 5 to 6 p.m. each second and fourth Wednesdays, according to Greg Nichols, bereavement coordinator. Location is Standards Hospice, 602 N Travis, Cameron, Texas. FMI: 254-284-0045, extension 2013.

Town & Country Club to meet January 20

THORNDALE—Members of the Thorndale Town & Country Club will hold their next meeting at the home of Ethel Seelig in Thorndale on Thursday, Jan. 10.—Darleen Tucker, secretary


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