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$30,000 DONATION—



The Milam Community Foundation has donated $30,000 to the Capital Area Food Bank. Funds will be divided between the “Kids Cafe” site at Cameron Elementary and the two “Wheels of Sharing” mobile food pantries in the county. The presentation was made Monday afternoon at Cameron Elementary. Back row: (L-R) David Barkemeyer, County Judge; Mark Jackson, Capital Area Food Bank; Hank Perret, CAFB president and CEO; Wendy Mahan, Cameron Elementary Principal; Abbie Hanke, Food Service Coordinator CISD; Hank Clore, Milam Community Foundation and Paul Sibley CAFB grant coordinator; front row, Casey Stanislaw MCF; Ann A. Stanislaw MCF, Teresa Stills (Community in Schools Coordinator), Elizabeth McDermott MCF. The Milam Community Foundation has donated $30,000 to the Capital Area Food Bank. Funds will be divided between the “Kids Cafe” site at Cameron Elementary and the two “Wheels of Sharing” mobile food pantries in the county. The presentation was made Monday afternoon at Cameron Elementary. Back row: (L-R) David Barkemeyer, County Judge; Mark Jackson, Capital Area Food Bank; Hank Perret, CAFB president and CEO; Wendy Mahan, Cameron Elementary Principal; Abbie Hanke, Food Service Coordinator CISD; Hank Clore, Milam Community Foundation and Paul Sibley CAFB grant coordinator; front row, Casey Stanislaw MCF; Ann A. Stanislaw MCF, Teresa Stills (Community in Schools Coordinator), Elizabeth McDermott MCF.

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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