Seventeen businesses and organizations were honored at the school board meeting held this past Monday, November 27, for their outstanding support of the students and schools in our school district. We are grateful for the generosity of the following businesses and their commitment to help make a real difference for our kids and our community:
Archives for November 2017
The Salado Lions Club is hosting their semi-annual pancake breakfast 7:30 a.m. Dec. 2 at the Church of Christ Activity Center. The pancake breakfast is one of several fund raising events by the Lions Club that proceeds go toward funding the many charitable activities in the Salado community.
Salado will face Bellville in Region Semi-finals in Alamodome By Larnce Barker Salado Sports Bryan: The Salado Eagles football team advances to the sweet 16 of the 4A Division 2 State Playoffs with a 63-14 rout of the Liberty Panthers on Nov. 25. The Salado–Liberty football game played at Merrill Green Stadium in Bryan raised eyebrows […]
Salado Historical Society Christmas Tour of Homes will include four private homes, a small museum dedicated to LBJ and Texana, an historic Salado chapel, a chapel decorated with a selection of beautiful religious icons, the historic Salado Masonic Lodge and the historic log cabins owned by the Historical Society. The Homes Tour will be 5-8 […]
The Salado Lions Club supports the Salado school district in many ways. Here are just a few examples:
Salado will face Liberty in Area game Sat. Nov. 25 By Larnce Barker Salado Sports Coach Alan Haire and his Salado Eagles squad went to Mustang Stadium and accomplished their weekly goal to go 1-0 as they beat the Columbus Cardinals 42-14 Nov. 17 to advance to the Area round of the 4A Division 2 Playoffs.
Dinosaur George from San Antonio was one of the many presenters during the Science and Engineering Day at Salado Intermediate School. Guests made special presentations throughout the building and at various points around the campus. including demonstrations in the school parking lot. Dinosaur George brought a selection of fossils to show and discuss with the […]
Bids for the construction of a 200,000 gallon per day wastewater treatment plant and collection system for the service area came in lower than expected last week.