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19
Sep
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Pierian Study Club holds first meeting of the year September 12

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The Pierian Study Club met September 12, 2019 for their first meeting of the year at the San Saba RV Meeting Room. The Yearbook Committee, composed of Marcia Dyer, Chairman, Cissy Williams, Sandy Smith, Kay Stowell, Gale Ivy and Joanne Weik, were hostesses for the meeting.

Other members present were Anita Adams, Donna Baker, Loy Nell Behrens, Celia Bell, Gail Bruner, Barbara Gilger, Kathleen Hawkins, Marjean Henderson, Leanne Holly, Jeri Jones, Sandy Kuykendall, Shelly Mahan, Lynn McHenry, Kay Nettleship, Sherry Ruddick, Debbie Shahan, Patty Shaw, Linda Sloan, Marsha Smart, Audrey Smith, Patricia Warren, Becky Whitley, Martha Leigh Whitten, Bebe Bagley and Jane Randolph.

 

 

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19
Sep
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San Saba Garden Club meets; announces annual Pumpkin Sale

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San Saba Garden Club recently held its first meeting of the year, with twentynine members and guests present.

The historic clubhouse on Mill Pond provided the perfect setting for an “All Things Vintage” tea hosted by Garden Club members Terri Dickey, Marjean Henderson, and Rebecca Britton. Attendees enjoyed a buffet of traditional finger foods, banana pudding parfaits, and chocolate pots de crème.

The room and tables were decorated with crocheted doilies, antique china, and other memorabilia in keeping with the afternoon’s theme.

 

 

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Thu
12
Sep
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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American Legion - Wiley B. Murray Post No. 27 – will meet Thursday, September 12th, at the Legion Hall in San Saba. Building will open at 5:30 and a meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. Members are asked to bring a side dish, bread, salad or dessert. Families and guests are invited. A business meeting will follow the meal.

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12
Sep
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18th Texas Silver-Haired Legislature convened in Austin during July 14th-18th

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The 18th Texas Silver-Haired Legislature (TSHL) convened on the floor of the House of Representatives inAustin,Texas, July 14-18, 2019. Eighty-five delegates from the 28 Districts in Texas were sworn in for a two-year term by the Honorable Donna Howard, member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 48 (Travis County).

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Marble Falls Gallery to display youth artwork

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On Thursday, September 19, the Phoenix Center is holding a special reception from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Marta Stafford Fine Art studio, located at 200 Main Street in Marble Falls. Original works of art by the Phoenix Center’s youth will be featured alongside works by local artists in the Mosaic: Fractured Realities & New Hope exhibit September 17-20.

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Thu
05
Sep
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The Idle American

Just two decades ago, visionary Galveston leaders risked public monies, made promises they hoped they could keep, and readily shared their vision with cruise lines. They fully believed that cruising was ready to “take off.”

Galvestonians--proud of their historic island city--were “in” for the long haul, and Carnival officials wanted to be. They assigned a vessel to Galveston for one season.

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05
Sep
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Community calendar

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San Saba Masonic Lodge – will hold a regular meeting on Saturday, September 7th. A meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. Members are asked to bring a side dish, bread, salad or dessert. August's community service reports are due. A practice session is scheduled at the Lodge on Friday, September 6th at 9:00 a.m.

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05
Sep
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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to offer Professional Food Manager Certification Training Course

Statistics indicate that foodborne illness continues to be a health issue in the United States. Each year, 1 in 6 Americans will become sick, 128,000 will become hospitalized, and 3,000 will die due to a foodborne illness.

If under the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) jurisdiction each food establishment is required to have one certified food manager on site.

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Thu
29
Aug
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Kingsland Garden Club hosting free program September 6

Brian Fraus, owner of Texas Big Worm in Bertram, will be speaking about vermicompost and vermiculture on Friday, September 6th.

Vermiculture is the processes of raising worms, and vermicomposting is the use of worms to break down (or compost) organic matter.

 

 

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Thu
29
Aug
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County Judge’s Update

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I rarely enjoy budget time, and this year was certainly no exception. Committed to keeping the same tax rate as last year, I have determined to use the added revenue from new property and adjusted appraisals to address the ever-widening gap of the county’s salaries with those of adjoining counties and our local economy.

In this year’s proposed budget:

•Our office staff presently at $12.45/hr will go to $14.38. Please note, these are not typists, they include the deputy county clerk, the county attorney’s paralegal, both my and the J.P.’s court administrators/office managers, the directors at the sheriff’s registrar and tax assessor/collector’s office, the office manager of the county extension office, and the county librarian.

•The jailers/dispatchers, whose skills are in great demand will go from $13.16 to $14.99

 

 

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