Texas Stars 4-H Horse Club name series winners
The Lee County Texas Stars 4-H Horse Club completed their fal l playday series in November and presented awards to qualified riders on Jan. 12 at the Lexington Memorial Park Pavilion.
Sixty- six riders qualified this year and received buckles and tack prizes. The playday class results are as following and are also posted on the Playdaywebpageatwww.leecountytexasstars.org. Full Story
Few of us really enjoy exercise, but we need to exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle. Start today to add exercise to your daily routine. A simple walk is a good start and then slowly build time and intensity to your exercise routine. Full Story
Thirteen Milam County 4-Hers competed in the Fort Worth Livestock Show Plant I.D. Contest on Jan. 2 5. O ur t eams w on t he first place honors in both the junior and senior divisions of the c ontest. Thanks goes to Coach Irby McWilliams for an amazing job training the teams. Congratulations goes to all the participants. Full Story
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Garden Cleanup Day moved to Feb. 11
MILANO—To prepare to the butterfly garden in Milano, the El Camino Real Chapter of Texas Master Naturalist has scheduled a spring “Garden Cleanup” day on Feb. 11. The date was originally set for Jan. 29 but was moved due to cold weather conditions, organizer Debbi Harris said. Full Story