The fresh morning dew wet the boots and hooves of riders and their horses as they arrived at Lometa Regional Park early Saturday morning. One by one, riders drove in with their trailers, their horses adorned with all sorts of purple decorations for the 2020 Lometa Benefit Trail Ride to aid the Lometa Senior Center.
Many people are using the internet these days to make all different kinds of purchases, noted Lampasas Chief of Police Sammy Bailey.
Bert Pruett of Denton County and Brent Neuhaus of McLennan County have been re-elected to Lone Star Ag Credit’s board of directors. Josh Drews of Falls County and Matt Carter of Jack County are new members to the board.
The Snow Queens and Princesses will host a fashion show to benefit New Beginning of Restoration and Hope Resource Center. The event is Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. at New Covenant Church, 1604 Central Texas Expressway.
Catherine Hill of Kempner was named to the spring 2020 Dean’s List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
The Browning Community Garden Club will hold its monthly meeting on Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. at the Clear Creek Baptist Church Social Hall on FM 2657 in Kempner.
The Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees voted Monday night to approve the $107,037 purchase of one 77-passenger school bus and a 14-passenger bus. All board members were present except Dan Claussen.
Cub Scout Pack 100 invites all kindergarteners through 5th-graders to the annual Pecan Valley District Cuboree. This will be the first of many “adventures” the cub scouts will participate in this year. The Cuboree will be at Reisen Park in San Saba on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 1-5pm. Events will include a zip line, archery, BB-shooting, leatherworking, bottle rockets, and much more. The event is free; onsite registration as well as scout membership is required for participation. For more information contact Larry Eddinger at 254-458-1581.