The Visitor Center Demonstration Garden Brochure was recognized by the state Master Gardener Association in the written education category. This was one of three awards won by the Bell County Master Gardeners. Susan Terry is shown with the award.
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The Salado Chamber of Commerce would like to invite pet owners, their pets, and anyone else who loves animals for a day of doggone fun at the 5th annual Dog Daze of Summer Festival. This year’s event will take place at the Salado Winery; June 18, from 10 a.m-3 p.m.. Admission is free. Bring your furry friends and enjoy an array of animal themed vendors, music from a live jazz band, food and treats for you and your pets; as well as several contests.
A pet costume contest, best trick contest, biggest dog contest, and smallest dog contest will take place for a chance to win prizes. There will also be a raffle every hour (must be present to win), that includes a round of golf for four. Raffle tickets are only $5.
The Salado Chamber is thrilled to have a chance to give a portion of the proceeds to the Operation K9. Sponsorships and vendor spaces are still available, contact Erin at the Salado Chamber of Commerce at 254-947-5040, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.salado.com.
To the Editor:
We are the only RV park in Salado that tell, show and hand out the Jewel magazine book to folks that stay here.
By Edwin Feulner
Heritage Foundation Founder
Americans still enjoy freedom of religion. But these days, they’re expected to leave their faith in the pew or at home — not allow it to influence their behavior in the public square.
The authors of The Federalist Papers neglected to explain the fearsome powers that inhere in the “Dear Colleague” letter under our system of government.
John Bradley was one of the Marines that raised the flag on Iwo Jima. At 15, his granddaughter, Alison, wrote this letter to him:
The Salado Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau will host their second 2016 quarterly breakfast entitled “What’s Up Salado”? The topic will be Updating the Media Representing Your Business. Join us on Wednesday, June 1 at 8:00 a.m. at the Salado Holiday Inn Express in the Mill Creek Meeting Room. All Chamber members and anyone considering Chamber membership is invited to attend.
The Belton Senior Center will be having a country and western dance from 6:30 to 9:30 pm on Thursday, June 2, at 842 Mitchell St. in Belton. Music will be provided by the “Old Friends” band. There will be a $5 admission fee, and guests are encouraged to bring snacks or finger food to share. For more information, contact the Belton Senior Center at 254-939-1170.
Fourth Friday Gospel Singing will be held May 27 at First Cedar Valley Baptist Church. The church is located at 12237 FM 2843 Salado. Singing Starts around 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Then Pot Luck meal follows. For information or directions: 254-947-5100 – 254-913-2851 Pastor Bro. JW Husung and music director Donnie Jackson invite you to join in the worship in song and music.
(Temple, TX) – The Temple Parks Foundation’s Movies in the Park series will officially kick off at sundown on Saturday, May 28 at Miller Park (1919 N. 1st Street.) featuring the 3-D animated comedy film, Minions, sponsored by McLane Children’s Scott & White in Temple.