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A Busy Week! A Busy Month! A Busy Year!

By Anne H. Vincent

The regular San Saba Garden Club met Tuesday, November 7th, with Rhonda Killion, Vice-President, presiding. Hostesses were Beth Griess and Rebecca Britton.

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“2017 Texas Large Family Business of the Year” awarded to Lowe’s Market from Littlefield

The Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation of Baylor University has announced the winners of the annual “Texas Family Business of the Year Award” at an awards banquet held on the campus of Baylor University, Friday, November 3, 2017. Lowe’s Market, based in Littlefield, was announced as the “2017 Texas Large Family Business of the Year.”

The award was presented to Lowe’s Company Vice President/C.E.O. - Roger Lowe, Jr., during the event that was attended by various members of the Lowe family and several company executives. Upon receiving the award, Lowe, Jr., stated, “It is an honor and privilege to accept this award on behalf of our family and over 5,200 great employee teammates.”

 

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08
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Commissioners Court holds regular meeting on October 23rd

Resolution presented for formal name of the San Saba Central Appraisal Board and the nomination of a Commissioner to the Board of Directors

By Donna Webb, Reporter

The San Saba County Commissioners’ Court met for a regular meeting on Monday, October 23rd, in the County Judge’s Chambers. County Judge Byron Theodosis called the Court to order at 9:00 a.m. and welcomed everyone. Kenley Kroll, Commissioner, gave the invocation and led everyone in the flag pledges.

Special Action Items (and Non-Action Items) - 1. Approve or Reject Resolution and Appointment to San Saba Central Appraisal Board (heretofore San Saba County Appraisal Board):

 

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08
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Jim Glaser, Grand Ole Opry Star, and Bobby Tomberlin, Grammy nominated songwriter, featured in Llano

The Llano Country Opry will feature former Grand Ole Opry Star, Jim Glaser, and Grammy nominated songwriter, Bobby Tomberlin, on Saturday, November 11th.

The show will be held at the Lantex Theater in downtown Llano, Texas.

Admission is $15 and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at www.heartoftexascountry.com or by calling (325)247-5354.

 

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01
Nov
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Carlos Anderson candidate for Precinct 2 County Commissioner

Carlos Anderson is announcing his candidacy for Precinct 2 County Commissioner in the March 6, 2018 Republican Primary. Carlos believes with the level of tax increases, uncertainty in historical courthouse project funding and state shutdown of the jail that it is time for new ideas, welcoming diversity of opinion and transparency in the Commissioner’s Court approach to anticipating and timely addressing the problems besetting San Saba County.

Precinct 2 is one of two noncontinuous divided area San Saba County Precincts. It is unique in including areas within the City of San Saba and the City of Richland Springs. In the City of San Saba, Precinct 2 contains city center citizens north and south of West Wallace Street then skips over about 10 miles to the west of County Road 236 and runs to the boundary with McCulloch County.

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01
Nov
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The 2nd annual San Saba Sheriff's Office Trunk or Treat

The San Saba Sheriff’s Office wants to thank the Community for coming by the Trunk or Treat Saturday October the 28th. We were so blessed you shared your kiddos with us! Thank you to Dr. Bohensky and San Saba ISD for allow us to use their facilities. We always look forward to being able to mingle with our Community when we have the chance.

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The San Saba High School Student Council donated $4,000

The San Saba High School Student Council donated $4,000 to the Never Surrender Cancer Foundation of San Saba County at last Friday’s pep rally. The members were able to raise the funds by selling “Think Pink Play Purple” T-shirts. This is the 8th year StuCo has raised money for cancer awareness. To date, they have donated over $10,000 to the American Cancer Society and $9,465.00 to the Never Surrender Cancer Foundation. This group of twenty-six students should be commended. Pictured above are representatives of the Never Surrender Foundation and StuCo officers: Marci Moreno, Dora Miller, Katherine Jordan, Analyn Bohensky, Sylvestre Barco, Abigail Meador, Brenna Chambers, and Donna Shahan.

 

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San Saba County TEEA attends State meeting

By Melanie Potter

A few of our local members attended the annual Texas Extension Education Association (TEEA) state meeting this year held at the Horseshoe Bay Resort. Throughout the two-day event, the ladies participated in business meetings to help their clubs and communities, educational events with information they can bring back to our area, and the state Cultural Arts competition.

 

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Wed
18
Oct
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Byron Theodosis will run for re-election

Over the years that I have had the privilege of serving as your County Judge, I have worked to keep San Saba County the place where everyone wants to live.

During those years, I have accomplished the following:

1.kept Farm Service and NRCS offices that were under threat of being removed in San Saba, and they are now designated as headquarters for San Saba, Lampasas, and Burnet Counties;

2.the Hill Country Transit’s administrative office complex (seven counties), along with those jobs, were going out of county; but, after a hard-fought fight, we saw it built here instead;

 

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Fellowship of Christian Women to hold luncheon October 26th

by Sharon Hayesand 

Fellowship of Christian Women’s Luncheon for next Thursday, October 26th is going to meet in the fellowship hall at First Baptist Church, San Saba. The ladies of this church extend a special invitation to all the ladies in the county and encourage you to bring several ladies. The luncheon features “Foods we enjoy Around Autumn.” Ladies in their 40’s are treated this month and do not need to bring food for our meal, unless you just want to prepare something unique. Other ages are encouraged to bring foods from your Fall Garden or colorful foods. A nursery can be available, if you notify Sharon Hayes in advance, so arrangements can be made. Remember to bring food for your children if you want them to eat during the luncheon time.

 

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