Former longtime Oak Hill Cemetery Association treasurer G.J. “Jim” Anderson was honored by fellow directors of the association last week.
Kline Whitis Elementary School has named its honor roll students. End-of-year recognition went to the following.
The Central Texas College continuing education department is offering a series of free, self-paced career enhancement tutorials designed to help employees adapt to today’s changing job market. The 10 self-paced courses include a mix of hard and soft skills relevant to job seekers looking to enter the workforce and to career advancement for those already employed.
CLASS OF 1965
H-E-B presented a $5,000 check to the Spring Ho festival committee for the July 8 fireworks show. Pictured left to right are Sherrie Berry, Dayna Berry, Holly Hill, Bradley Johnson, H-E-B administrator Lucy Hernandez, Henry John Langford, Spring Ho Committee Chair Jackie Lindeman, Reese Vann, H-E-B Lampasas Top Store Leader Jonathan Hetzel, Travis Clark, Louis Ikonen, Derrek Eckermann, Terri Stubbs and Monica Wykes.
The Central Texas College Police Academy is accepting applications for admission to its full-time Basic Peace Officer daytime academy course. While primarily open for agency-sponsored cadets, there are 15 non-sponsored spots available for applicants not currently affiliated with a law enforcement agency.
The Lampasas Band Parents Booster Club has had to cancel the annual scholarship fundraiser event, Tunes-n-Taters, due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Lampasas High School Class of 1965 will hold its 55-year reunion on July 11 from noon to 3 p.m. at Putters & Gutters Fun Center, 2341 South U.S. Highway 281 in Lampasas.