Richland Springs VFD Toy Drive -November 10 - December 18 - Newborn to 10 years old, Drop off at Skelton’s Hardware, Coyote One Stop, Stagecoach and Yellow Duck Restaurants. Mark gifts boy or girl and age, prefer unwrapped. Call Doc Fisher for information 325-372-8232.The Friends of Rylander Library- will host Story Hour at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, November 30th and December 7th. December 7th will be the last Story Hour for 2011. It will resume on Wednesday February 1, 2012.Grief Share - First Presbyterian Church, Wednesday, November 30, 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., come join us; the love and support of others can help you through this difficult time.2011 County Pecan Show -The Pecan Food Show Bake Sale will be Friday, Dec. 2nd. at the San Saba Co. Courthouse from 1:00 to 5:00.Pecan Capital Trade Day- Saturday, December 3rd. 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Inside San Saba Civic Center Performance Talent and Singers will be singing Christmas Songs; Brisket Plates will be sold.Cherokee Project Graduation-Lasagna dinner and Silent Auction. December 4th at the Cherokee Fire Station from 12-? Come do your Christmas shopping with us! Lots of wonderful items donated by local businesses.San Saba Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas on the Square and Lighted Parade-Saturday, Dec. 10th, parade begins at 6:00 p.m.San Saba IMPACT 2000 Plus Breakfast with Santa- Saturday, December 10th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. It is at the Father’s House Fellowship Hall. Santa will be there and each child will receive a free picture with Santa. It will be a morning of fun and will include face painting, cookie decorating, storytime, music and Chrismas crafts. All of this is free to the children who attend.Attention Ranchers Register Cattle Brands - It is time to renew cattle brands. Come by the County Clerks office to register, before February 29, 2012.Adult tennis players - Tuesday nights, 7:00 p.m.Bend Community Center - Tuesday afternoons, 2 p.m., dominoes, cards, etc., bring games, tables and chairs provided.FaithWeaver Friends After School - All students ages 4 years through 6th grade are invited to the First United Methodist Church in San Saba for snacks, crafts, games, fun projects and Bible fun each Wednesday after school until 5 p.m. Call 325-372-3120 for more information.Family Service Center Brownwood - Anger management, Children and Divorce, Batterers' Intervention and Prevention, Free Parenting Wisely Classes. For information call 325-646-5939.Rylander Memorial Internet Address - http://sansabalibrary.org/. Check your account, visit on-line catalog, renew books.RS Coyote Booster Club - business meeting 1st Tuesday each month, Film, food, fellowship every Tuesday night until basketball season then it will be moved to Thursday nights. All meetings start at 6 p.m. & will meet in the old band hall.Grief Support Group - First Baptist Church, Wednesdays, 10 a.m. - 11:30 ap.m. Regardless of when you lost your loved one(s) to death, we warmly invite you to come to this excellent support group. For information call Pattie Davis, 325-628-3536.Dove Project - Anger management, parenting classes, individual counseling, free legal aid, Malissa Mims 325-372-4357.AL-ANON Support Group- Thursdays, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, 325-372-3285.AA Steps and Traditions - Monday & Thursday, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church basement, 325-372-3285.New Hope Cookbook - Get your copy at Mbellishment’s or Sisters’ Country Store.Helpline - San Saba County Ministerial Alliance hotline, 325-372-5259, leave name, phone number, how you can be reached, brief statement of needs. Requests reviewed and acted upon at next weekly meeting.Celebrate Recovery Faith Based 12 Step Alcohol Addiction Meetings - every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First Assembly of God Church.A 12-Step Meeting - 601 N. Love Oak. Mondays and Thursdays, 6 p.m. Off The Beaten Path Ministries, Inc - a 501c3 Christ-centered program, offers an alternative solution for those trapped in drugs & alcohol, as well as a Domestic Violence Intervention Program. For more information, Contact Dee Vickery @ 325-372-4347 or 325-372-3276.Experience Works - wants to help Older Workers. would you like to receive paid training, while providing support to local non-profit agencies? Receive minimum wage for 18 hours per week. (Does not count against most benefits). If interested, please e-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.CTCADA-offers both adolescent intervention and treatment programs. Education, individual counseling, family therapy, group counseling and referral to other resources are all part of a comprehensive effort to prevent or intervene in youth alcohol and drug abuse. Call us at 254-690-4455.The Continuting Book Sale at the Rylander Library is loaded with fresh titles-The sale rack is just inside the library entrance M-F 11-5 and Saturday 10-2. All books are $1.00 or less.