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Wed
08
Oct

San Saba Cemetery Association suggests memorials for loved ones

The San Saba Cemetery Association is greatly indebted to the late Rueben Senterfitt, Dorothy Ann Baker, Harkey Thornton, and many others for their long years and tireless efforts to support and maintain the San Saba City Cemetery. At this time, we have a board of directors of the Cemetery Association with Owen Parks serving as president, Linda Sloan as vice president, and Sherry Ruddick as secretary-treasurer.

 

Wed
01
Oct

Yoga for Fun and Fitness!

Beginning Thursday, October 2nd, Lou Etta Cummins will be leading a Yoga class at the First United Methodist Church of San Saba, Texas, 204 W. Brown Street. Classes will take place each Thursday morning at 10:00a.m.
Bring an exercise mat. Classes are free and everyone is welcome. Open to men and women
 
Wed
01
Oct

Ladies, Put on Your Hat and Come to Tea

“Hats Off to Llano’s Heritage” is the theme this year for the 2nd annual heritage tea hosted by Sandstone Street Bed and Breakfast in Llano, Texas www.sandstonestreetbnb.com. Back by popular demand, J’Nean Henderson, a.k.a. The Texas Victorian Lady, will be showing her collection of antique hats and the fashions of the Boom Era of Llano from 1890-early 1900’s 
 
Wed
24
Sep

Hardy and Dirk united in marriage

Travis David Lee Dirk and Shelby Cecelia Hardy were united in marriage on Saturday, June 14, 2014 on the banks of the San Saba River at Soap’s Place in San Saba, Texas. Shelby is the daughter of Shay Hardy and Betty Sue Hardy of San Saba. She is the granddaughter of Bill & JoAnne Hardy of San Saba, Raymond & Olivia Valles of Lampasas, and Henry & Estella Fernandez of Lawrence, Kansas
 
Wed
24
Sep

The River City Band celebrates one year anniversary

The River City Band marked its first anniversary this past Monday, September 15th. The band is now one-year old and is looking to expand its repertoire for Christmas to include two favorites, Sleigh Ride and Christmas Festival, both by well-known composer and arranger, Leroy Anderson, and an arrangement of excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s Christmas Ballet, The Nutcracker
 
Wed
17
Sep

City of San Saba hires new police officer

Police Officer Randy Parrish was introduced at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 9th. His first day on the police force at San Saba was September 1st. Officer Parrish graduated from the Permian BasinLawEnforcementAdacemyat Midland, Texas in 2000. His recent employment starting in 2008 was a CampusLawEnforcementofficerand Computer net working Instructor at TexasStateTechnicalCollege. 
 
Wed
17
Sep

Crosby-Sawyer Exchange Vows

Tarah Mae Crosby and Justin Sutton Sawyer exchanged wedding vows on Saturday May 24, 2014 at Soap’s Place in San Saba, Texas. The service was officiated by the bride’s father, Samuel Crosby. Assisting was youth pastor
and friend, Alvino Valdez. The bride is the daughter of Sam and Jan Crosby of San Saba, TX. She is the granddaughter of Donna Crosby of Gatesville. The groom is the son of Joby and Marianne Sawyer of Katy, TX. Grandparents are Tom and Betty Sawyer and Patsy Sutton.
 
Wed
10
Sep

San Saba Garden Club holds first meeting of the new year

Tuesday, September 2nd,  marked the day for the first meeting of the new year for the San Saba Garden Club. Members gathered at the historic clubhouse in Mill Pond Park at 2:00 p.m. for catching up on news of summer gardening activities and family adventures. Program speaker, Harriet Houston, along with her husband, David, and guest, Kate Beckes, representing the San Saba County Friends of Animals, joined the 24 members in enjoying luscious refreshments provided by hostesses, Nancy Van Etten (chairman), Lynn McHenry, Gail Eltgroth, and George Thompson.
 
Wed
10
Sep

Legacy Plaza Lures San Saba Bird and Nature Club

Legacy Plaza, consisting of The Texas Botanical Gardens and The Goldthwaite Welcome Center is located on one downtown city block. The official grand opening of the Texas Botanical Gardens is October 11, 2014. An open
air Pavilion and The Native American Interpretive Center will follow in three years 
 
Wed
03
Sep

Susan Combs announces record-low interest rate for Texas short-term notes

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs announced the recent sale of $5.4 billion in Texas Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANs) received an interest rate of 0.1326 percent — the lowest rate ever received for the state’s 
one-year notes 
 

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