Anyone who has suffered the loss of their child, is invited to an informal meeting on Thursday, 6:30 p.m. March 9 at the Family Center across from the Harper Talasek Funeral Home at 500 West Barton (corner of North 9th and Barton) in Temple. The child could have been any age from an infant to […]
Masons deliver 300 flags to residents, businesses on federal holidays Salado Masonic Lodge #296 will continue the Salado Flag Program in 2017 and is now taking new subscribers. The cost is $30 for the year.
Circles of Care is a non-profit foster care/adoption agency located in Salado, TX. Our Mission Statement is: “To enhance children, youth, and families’ ability for effective living and growth through comprehensive social and mental health services”.
The Salado Ladies Auxiliary will conduct their monthly meeting on Thursday, Nov. 10. The meeting will be at the Salado United Methodist Church Youth Activity Center located on 650 Royal Street. Coffee and light food will be served at 9:30 a.m. with the meeting commencing at 10 a.m.
Members of First Baptist Church of Salado will be joining tens of thousands of U.S. residents who are on a mission to make a lasting impact on children in need. They are looking beyond their own wish lists and packing shoeboxes for boys and girls around the world—for many of the children, it will be […]
The annual Salado Historical Society chili supper will be held at 6 p.m. Nov. 7 in the Salado Church of Christ Fellowship Hall, located at 217 North Stagecoach Road in Salado. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
Lives of service honored by Masonic Lodge Salado Masonic Lodge #296 honored two long-time members with 65-year and 60-year Service Awards from the Grand Lodge of Texas during a potluck luncheon at the Salado Civic Center. Master Brian Arnett presents John W. “Jack” Oliver, Jr. with a 65 year service award and lapel pin. He joined […]
Wildfire Ranch Arena was the place to be on Halloween as the annual Community Fall Fest was sponsored by area churches and organizations to offer a safe and fun family alternative to trick or treating. (Photo by Royce Wiggin)
Renee Oas, President of Salado Family Relief Fund, accepts a $1,000 donation from the Salado Masonic Lodge #296 to benefit the Back-to-School Program of the Relief Fund. Shown with Oas are Art Wadford, PM, Senior Warden, Tim Fleischer, PM, Secretary, Brian Arnett, Worshipful Master and Pat Purvis, PM, Treasurer. The check was presented at the […]
Looking for family activities for your kids this Halloween season? Here are some events happening around Salado this week.