October 21, 2014 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Club holds program on local tombstones

Guest speaker Carol Wright of the Lampasas County Museum brought laughter to the Rumley Club Rally Day program with her information on “Tombstones in Lampasas County,” centered around unusual epitaphs. More...

New paintings donated

The Lampasas Fire Deparment is the recipient of several paintings created specially for the firefighters by local artists Barbara Adams and Libby Bluntzer. Mrs. More...

Mission fundraiser set

The Pidcoke United Methodist Church invites the public to its annual Lord’s Acre fundraiser on Saturday. Proceeds will benefit the church’s missions projects. An auction, craft items and baked goods will be offered. More...

Artist’s work featured

Longtime Lampasas Art Club member Mary Tittle has been designated the October Artist of the Month. Ms. Tittle, an accomplished artist, also considers herself a crafter, specializing in counted cross stitch, needlepoint and knitting. More...

Church of Christ to host free Fall Festival

First Street Church of Christ will hold its Fall Festival Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at the church parking lot. Everything offered at the festival is free. More...

Pierians meet

The GFWC/TFWC Pierian Club met in the home of Myrna Bozarth Oct. 14, with 20 members present. Hostesses were Diane Davis and June Davis. The invocation was offered by Carolyn Bulloch. More...

Stew lunch set in Lometa

Lometa United Methodist Church will hold its Awesome Autumn Stew on Nov. 1 at 100 S. Second St. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Suggested donation is $6 for adults, and $3 for children 10 and under. Stew, cornbread, dessert and a drink will be offered. More...

Cemetery associations schedule annual meetings

Oak Hill Cemetery Oak Hill Cemetery Association will hold its annual membership meeting Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce conference room. The public is welcome to attend. Kempner Cemetery More...

LCHEC names new board member

The Education Foundation of the Lampasas County Higher Education Center has named Kimberly Kuklies, RN, as its newest board member. Ms. Kuklies serves as director of school health for the Lampasas Independent School District. More...

Utah football team honors local woman

Olympus High School in Holladay, Utah, dedicated a recent football game to the late Sandra Lerma, a former Lampasas woman who lost her battle with breast cancer last month at the age of 44. More...

Democrats plan annual Wurstfest

Democratic Women’s Association of Lampasas will hold its second annual Wurstfest on Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m. at the home of Ellen McFarland. Guest of honor will be Mike Collier, candidate for state comptroller. More...


 

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