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Wed
25
Mar

From Rylander Memorial Library...

by Nancy Bannister
 
Reading Recommendations: Trust No One, a novel, Jayne Ann Krentz Working for a guru of positive thinking couldn't be a better experience for Grace Elland. Used to bouncing from job to job, she finally found stability and success with the Witherspoon Way.

 

Wed
18
Mar

Mardi Gras Dinner-Dance-Casino Night

By Donna Shahan
Don’t miss out on a fun time for a great cause on Saturday, March 21st at the San Saba Civic Center at Mill Pond Park. A Cajun Dinner provided by Shade Tree Cookery will begin at 7:00 p.m. followed by a dance with Kindred
Spirits sponsored by Hamrick’s Automotive. The casino night will include Black Jack, Poker, Craps, Roulette and Slot Machines. Tickets are $25 until Friday, March 20th and $30 at the door.

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Wed
18
Mar

Local TEEA Club receives 80-Year Club Recognition

By Melanie Potter
On Monday, March 9, 2015, the local Texas Extension Education Association (TEEA) clubs met together at the Bend Methodist Church for a combined club meeting. The meeting included good friends, a wonderful pot-luck
snack spread, and an educational presentation by Cathy Ledbetter on how to care for and maintain quilts and other fibers within the home. The highlight of the club meeting was the recognition of the Simpson Creek TEEA club for
being active in activity and service to the county for 80 years.

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Wed
11
Mar

CASA for the Highland Lakes Area announces graduation of volunteer advocates

Judge Cheryll Mabray, the associate judge assigned to the Texas Child Protection Court of the Hill Country, conducted a swearing-in of four new CASA for the Highland Lakes Advocates on February 17, 2015, in San Saba.

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Wed
11
Mar

Pecan Valley Nursing and Rehab News

There are some very committed people in the community that are making the time to volunteer their assistance at Pecan Valley. Nancy VanEtten can be found helping residents play Bingo on hursday afternoons and reading the newspaper to some who cannot see to read. Although Nancy is taking time out of her busy schedule to be there, she knows she is appreciated and she is enjoying the connection and feels rewarded for her efforts..

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Wed
04
Mar

San Saba Lodge to meet Saturday

by Lodge Secretary

San Saba Masonic Lodge No. 612 will hold its monthly stated meeting on Saturday, March 7th. A main course meal of brisket will be provided by Junior Deacon Leslie P. Hammett. Members are asked to provide a complementary covered side dish, salad or dessert. Ladies, family and guests are invited to attend the supper, which will be served at 6:30 p.m.

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Wed
04
Mar

Pierian Study Club holds February meeting in Cherokee

Hostesses for the February Meeting: Ann McElroy, Sandy Kuykendall, Vicki Stevenson, Eddie Sanderson and Marcia Dyer.

by Lynn McHenry

On February 12, 2015, members of the Pierian Study Club met in the Cherokee home of Sandy Kuykendall. The projects committee, comprised of Marcia Dyer, Ann McElroy, Vicki Stevenson, and Sandy Smith, Chair, served as co-hostesses. The afternoons menu included Chocolate Cherry Dump Cake with a side of White Chocolate Pecans and a choice of Sparkling Berry Punch and coffee.

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Wed
25
Feb

Drought conditions worsen along Highland Lakes

Preliminary 2014 data shows the drought gripping the Highland Lakes is now the most severe drought the region has experienced since construction of the lakes began in the 1930s.
 
Wed
25
Feb

Friends of Library meeting

Jessica Dawn Felts Lovett, author and San Saba native, spoke recently at the 23rd Friends of Rylander Library Meeting. Lovett discussed her literary fiction book, Transplanting Hope. She also told the group about the current
situation with e-books versus hard copy, the publishing industry and agents. She has a Friends of Library meeting Submitted by Carolyn McDowell children’s book she is also working on as well as being a movie critic for christiananswers.net.
 
Wed
18
Feb

San Saba High School PAL students attend state conference

The San Saba High School PAL (Peer Assistance and Leadership) students traveled to Austin for the PAL state conference. The students participated in activities and workshops to help them become better helpers and
leaders in their community. “True Riches” was the theme for this year’s conference, and students were invited to create a competitive skit showing the qualities deemed most important in a PAL. 
 

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