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07
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Siblings named Coming Home Queen & King at Richland Springs

By Patsy Hall

Friday night during the homecoming ceremonies between the Richland Springs Coyotes and the Bryson  Cowboys, two former Richland Springs students were named “Coming Home Queen and King.” Former students and teachers who have made a positive contribution to RSHS and society are selected to be honored each year. Mrs. Barbara Ann Smith Gober was named “Coming Home Queen”, and Mr. J.D. Smith was named the “Coming Home King.”

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30
Sep
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Texas Extension Education Assn. members place at State

By Melanie Potter M.S., Family and Consumer Sciences Agent Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service San Saba County
 
This last week was the state conference for the Texas Extension Education Association. It was an opportunity for socializing with clubs from all over the state and learning a variety of things from experts; this year it was held in Waco.
 
Wed
30
Sep
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Gamboa Family holds reunion in San Saba September 12, 2015

It was a hot but beautiful day when members of the Gamboa family and friends gathered at the Senior Center in San Saba, TX on the 12th of September for their annual family reunion. Present were all the Gamboa women except Ericilia Gamboa Wilson, who was unable to attend.

 

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Wed
23
Sep
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SS Red Hatters attend Lyric Theater play in Brownwood

By Carol Littlefield

The San Saba Red Hatters went to see STEEL MAGNOLIAS at the Lyric Theater in Brownwood, Saturday afternoon. The play takes place in a beauty shop, six women, older women, were the characters. It was wonderful, so funny, and the acting was outstanding. 

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Wed
23
Sep
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Pierian Study Club begins new year of programs at Oliver & Company

by Rebecca Whitley

The Pierian Study Club opened the year with its September meeting at the beautifully restored Oliver & Company. The Yearbook Committee, comprised of Donna Baker, Loy Nell Behrens, Barbara Gilger, Anita Adams, Patty Shaw, and Linda Sloan, Chair, hosted a sumptuous brunch buffet amidst an elegant setting of black and white linens and red roses. 

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Wed
16
Sep
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2015 San Saba Garden Club

by: Beth Griess San Saba Garden Club Reporter

The 2015 San Saba Garden Club was called to order Tuesday September 1st at 2 p.m. by our new president Trish Fullerton. The meeting was opened with a prayer by Sharon Conyers. First on the agenda was the introduction of the 2015-2016 slate of officers followed by roll call

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Wed
16
Sep
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Texas 4-H Center to hold Fun Camp for Seniors Oct. 19-23

The Texas 4-H Conference Center will be hosting its annual Fun Club Camp for senior adults 50 and over this fall. Presented by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, the camp will be from Oct. 19-23. 

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Wed
09
Sep
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San Saba Bird and Nature Club

These are exciting times at Colorado Bend State Park! After two years of planning and hard work the Tinaja Trail is open. The unique feature of the Tinaja itself is impressive – as are the vistas, native plants, and bird life along the trail. The overlook deck on the Tie Slide Trail has also been completed. It’s a great hike and the deck affords stunning views looking down the Colorado River canyon!
 

 

Wed
09
Sep
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Preying on our People

By Mae Newman
 
Honest people are daily victims of the dishonest. There are many con artists committing fraud and perpetrating scams on our most vulnerable people, especially the elderly. Many are living on fixed incomes, others are trying to manage their finances so they don't outlast their resources. Our elderly have the most to lose. And yet, they are the most targeted, as they are unfamiliar with current technology, they are sympathetic to the needs of others, and are easily intimidated when threatened.
 
Wed
02
Sep
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Maurine Johnson and Carolyn Perry

Maurine Johnson and Carolyn Perry are pictured with queen size quilt completed by Aileen Roberts, Kay Savage, Carolyn Perry, Sandy Kuykendall, Maurine Johnson, Candace Henderson, Sue Broyles, and Geneva Brawn; quilted by Jeannette Houston. The quilt will be raffled off at the Cherokee VFD Fish Fry on Saturday, September 12th at 6 p.m.
 

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