With a 3-0 shutout of China Spring Jan. 20, the Salado Lady Eagles varsity soccer team remains undefeated with a 9-0 record. They play Smithville on Jan. 30 and played Lorena on Jan. 27 after presstime for this edition.
Archives for January 2015
Salado Eagles varsity soccer lost to their district opponent Gatesville Hornets in the Championship of the Salado Eagle Soccer Classic Jan. 24, after shutting out Cameron Yoe and Wimberly.
Salado Lady Eagles are undefeated after winning their own tournament Jan. 15-17 and handing 6A Killeen Lady Roos a defeat last week.
Salado Eagles varsity soccer team beat the 6A Killeen Kangaroos 1-0 at Leo Buckley Stadium on Jan. 13, dropping their record to 2-3 overall.
Ambassadors give $53K in services to Salado
Salado’s 31 Ambassadors volunteered 2,270 hours in 2014 for a value of $53,118 based upon the volunteer hourly rate of $23.40 per hour.
For efforts in new media and traditional customer service, local real estate company honored
It’s still dark outside. The sun hasn’t come up yet, but a lone pickup truck is parked in front of the office at Century 21 Bill Bartlett. It belongs to Bill, who has been selling real estate in Bell County for more than four decades.
“In his 80 plus years of life, he has taken the adage about the early bird to heart,” Tim Fleischer said at the Jan. 8 Salado Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet. “It is a work ethic that has been passed down to his daughters, with whom he continues on a daily basis, and now to his grand-daughter.”
Hermann salutes Broeckers for leadership work on successful bond election
Dave Hermann presented the Chairman’s Award of Excellence to Dave and Pat Broecker during the Salado Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Jan. 8. Hermann served as Chairman of the Chamber in 2014 and handed the gavel of leadership off to Tim Fleischer at the banquet.
Hall of Fame
The Salado Chamber of Commerce added the name of a sixth generation Bell County native to its Hall of Fame. His ancestors “entered Texas during the days of the Republic and settled in what is now Bell County in the late 1840s,” according to DebbieCharbonneau, who presented the award at the Chamber Awards Banquet Jan. 8.
LTC Donahue reminds Saladoans that soldier call to service does not end when service ends
Soldiers have a call to service, not just at home but abroad as well, Lt. Col. Michelle Donahue, commander of the Muleskinner Squadron of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (3rd ACR) told the nearly 200 people gathered for the annual Salado Chamber of Commerce Banquet Jan. 8.
Chamber honors Tommye Prater for work on Christmas in October
It wasn’t until her final comment that you might have guessed about whom Maurine Nathanson was talking when she named Tommy Prater as the Salado Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year during the Jan. 8 Chamber Awards Banquet at Tenroc Ranch.