Watson, Conley to headline 2013 Fair
Home economics judging changed to early in week at NS clubhouse
The 2013 Rockdale Fair is a month away and headliners will include a familiar favorite and a first appearance locally buy a long-standing county music star.
Aaron Watson will make his third visit to Rockdale Fair in eight years for the Friday, Oct. 18 concert.
The next night Earl Thomas Conley will be the headliner. It will be his first trip to the Rockdale Fair. Full Story
Over 100 persons celebrated for the 60th Anniversary of First Presbyterian Church’s founding and Memorial Prayer Garden Dedication Sunday. Rev. David Pussman led worship while former pastor Rev. Kathy Trevino participated. Full Story
The Big Blue Band from Tigerland put on a great show during Friday’s Battle of the Bell game. This year the music is from Chicago, a rock band from the 1970s and 1980s. Full Story
Former “Northern Exposure” and “Sex and the City” star John Corbett (below, center), now a successful singer, appeared in concert Saturday night before a lively crowd at Fair Park. Opening act was Michael Carubelli (below, right). It’s the first of two concerts planned for September. On Sept. Full Story
With the Rockdale Fair looming just one month away, several local organizations, clubs and churches got a chance to warm up for the big event Saturday night at the John Corbett Concert at Fair Park. They will have another chance in two weeks when Reckless Kelly comes to the park Sept. 28 in the second of two September concerts. The Fair’s three main days are Oct. Full Story
RIDING FOR A CURE—
Almost 40 bikes took part in the motorcycle ride portion of the fourth annual Kristi’s Krusaders MS Rally event held Saturday at Nat’s in Milano. Full Story
Milano Opry to hit stage Saturday
I t’s that weekend again—time for the Milano Opry. The show is set for Saturday, Sept. 21, at Milano High School. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7. Go early and grab a bite to eat. They will have barbecue sandwiches and hamburgers for sale, as well as their famous homemade pies. Full Story
Taken from community calendars.
For additions, call 446-5838.
Sept. 19—Kirk Williams.
Sept. 20—Kyle Cass, Betty Ferguson, Bernice Moore.
Sept. 21— Shelley Eanes, April Hedding, Shelley Eanes, Stonie Gutrhie, Jason New, Ralph Czimskey, Matthew Zaskoda.
Sept. 22—Clay Hirt. Full Story
Marriage Licenses Michael Leske and April Cox. John Tibbitts and Alyssa Catano. Full Story
SE NIOR CITIZENS Menu
Monday—Baked chicken, low-fat new potatoes, lemon broccoli, low-sodium beet and onion salad, hot roll, lemon pudding parfait, milk.
Tuesday— Chicken cordon bleu, borwn rice, garden mix vegetables, low-fat spinach salad, wheat roll, fruited lime gelatin, milk. Full Story
‘Christmas in October’ event at Taylor SPJST Assisted Living
TAYLOR— SPJST Assisted Living Community will host “ Chr istmas in October” on Saturday, Oct. 12. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the venue, located at 505 E. Lake Dr.
Items to purchase include stained glass, quilts, doilies, place mats, wrought iron, Yellow Full Story
SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE—
Teresa Morrison (R), founder of the All Things Possible organization, hands a sack of school supplies to Chasity Petronella during a recent school supply drive at Gill’s Shop-N-Go. Full Story