July 29, 2014 RSS feed / Lifestyles

LCHEC programs registering

The Lampasas County Higher Education Center is registering for a medical administrative assistant program and a medical billing and coding specialist program. Scholarships are available for those who need financial assistance. More...

Red Cross has urgent need for donors

The Aug. 4 blood drive in Lampasas is one of several being held across the state to help with the organization’s looming blood shortage. More...

Ready for clinicals

The first dental assistant class at the Lampasas County Higher Education Center has concluded classroom hours. Students will participate in clinicals/externship to complete the program. More...

CMA sets Aug. 5 gathering

Christian Motorcyclists Association Spring of Grace Riders #1184 will meet Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. at Alfredo’s Mexican Restaurant on U.S. Highway 281 South. The meeting is open to anyone interested. More...

Lone Star FFA Degree recipients honored

Lampasas High School agriscience seniors were awarded the highest honor the state FFA Association presents to students -- the Lone Star FFA Degree. More...

Contest results

Lampasas High School senior Hunter Webb participated in the AgScience Fair July 14-15 during the annual Texas FFA Convention in Fort Worth. She placed sixth in the plant science category. More...

GFWC attends Salado summer workshop

The annual GFWC Texas Capitol District Summer Workshop was held July 16 at Cathy’s Boardwalk Cafe in Old Town Salado. Thirty-four federated club members attended from the 12 clubs in the Capitol District. More...

Multi-Service Center

901 S. Live Oak - Lampasas • 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 512-556-3858 • 512-556-2550 fax Lunch is served Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. Reservations may be made by calling 24 hours in advance, 512-556- 3858. Wednesday, July 30, 2014 More...

Aglow meeting planned

When Cynthia Ritchie was at her lowest point, the Lord had a divine plan of setting her free from a spirit of anger and removing all the addictive behaviors, she said. More...

Program helps job-seekers

Experience Works is seeking Baby Boomers and older residents who are looking for work. Call (254) 400-2770 for additional information or to set up an appointment. More...


 

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