The Richland Springs Drama Club will present a fish fry after church this coming Sunday, March 18th. The fish fry will be from noon until 1:30 p.m. Jeffrey Bates and friends will be cooking the fish, and the RSHS Drama Club has been assured the fish they cook will not be fish from a foreign country. These fish will be fish that were born and raised in the USA! Wayne Gossett will be preparing his delicious red beans, and the ladies of Richland Springs will be awing everyone with their usual outstanding dessert selection. The price is a donation to the One Act Play to help with their expenses for costumes, make-up, supplies, entry fees, and travel expenses. The UIL One Act Play entry, Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling will be presented at 1:30p.m., immediately following the fish fry lunch. Starring in Steel Magnolias are Brooke Vaughn as Truvy, DeAnna Grady as Annelle, Melanie Hedley as Clairee, Katelynn Teel as Shelby, Sara Hedley as M’Lynn, and Brooklyn McGinty as Ouiser. The crew assisting the actresses includes: Thomas Fowler on the lights, Jonathon Patino on the sound, Denim Reeves as Stage Manager, and Remy Wood and Gracie Madrigal handling the make-up and costumes. Also assisting are Gunner Mann, Brianna Bradley, and Nick Moore. Directors are Patsy Hall, Kristen Loudermilk, and Paula Miller. Assisting with the directing and driving the bus is Armando Garcia. The play takes place in Chinquapin, Louisiana, and scene 1 is in the spring and a wedding is being planned, scene 2 is in December and everyone is home for Christmas and full of Christmas surprises, scene 3 takes place in June and a new baby has entered the world, and scene 4 takes place in November, a time when the trees lose their leaves. This version of Steel Magnolias has traveled to China Spring and Bandera for performances and critiques, and the students have been critiqued by critics who are known in drama circles all over the state. The lunch will be delicious and the entertainment superb, so come on out to the Richland Springs Cafetorium this Sunday for lunch and a forty minute cutting of Steel Magnolias.