Local organizations are working to ensure everyone in Lampasas can enjoy a cozy and festive holiday season – including those set back by the COVID-19 economy.
Heritage Funeral Homes has joined with Our Father’s Table – a ministry of Heart of Forgiveness – to offer a Community Thanksgiving Dinner in Lampasas.
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The Lampasas County Museum, 303 S. Western, will offer its annual Tour of Homes Dec. 6 from 1-5 p.m. After a stop at the museum to purchase tickets and view unique artifacts on display such as those pictured above, tour participants will have the opportunity to view four other sites around the city selected for their interesting features. MADELEINE MILLER
Lometa L-M Garden and Civic Club met Nov. 16 at the club building for a short business meeting. About eight members were present.
The Browning Community Garden Club and Killeen Garden Club held their annual Veterans Day Celebration Nov. 11. Members placed a wreath at the base of a Blue Star Memorial Highway marker along U.S. Highway 190 and planted poppy seeds in the area, which they say they hope will bloom in the spring. Marlene Gillman, president of the Killeen Garden Club, gave a speech honoring veterans. Pictured are Killeen Garden Club members to the left of the marker and Browning Community Garden Club members to the right.
The Lampasas Fire Department is scheduled to conduct a Fire Prevention demonstration at Hanna Springs Elementary School on Friday.