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Project Grad to sell meal before Friday game

MILANO NEWS
By KAY LAGRONE
Reporter correspondent

Mi lano’s 2014 Project Graduation group will sell “grab bag” meals at the last home football game on Friday, Nov. 8. The $7 meals will consist of barbecue sandwich, chips, drink and dessert. They will be sold from 5-7 p.m. You can take your meal up into the stands to eat or you may eat in the elementary cafeteria.

Milano ISD will also hold a Veterans Day program at 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11 at the high school gym. All area veterans are invited to attend. There will be a reception for them following the program.

At tent ion MISD alumni— Milano ISD continuously strives to improve in all areas and values your input and feedback as an alum. Please visit the MISD website (www.milanoisd.net) and fill out the alumni survey.

Thank you to everyone who came to the Milano Elementary fall festival on Friday and also on Thursday to the Team Tammy Halloween party.

Yearbooks for 2014 are now on sale. This year’s theme is “#Life@Milano.” The cost is $25, but will be increasing in January. Order online today at www.balfour.com.

The Milano cross country teams had a good showing at their regional meet on Saturday in San Antonio and the Lady Eagles volleyball team won their first playoff game on Tuesday.

With a win on Friday, the Eagle football team will also be in the playoffs. Add the start of basketball season on top of that and it is a busy, busy time for everyone.

We had a great time watching the Milano High School production class in their show “10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” on Oct. 30. It was hilarious and directors Susan Meyer and Sherry Lagrone did a fantastic job as always.

A special “ thank you” to everyone who has checked in on husband Claude af ter his recent surgery.


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