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MILLSAP MATTERS: Getting ready for school
As we go into the last part of July, it’s already time to start making plans for school starting. On that note there is some news from Millsap ISD.
MILLSAP MATTERS: Welcoming new postal employees
Life is busily rolling along in Millsap despite the hot weather. One thing that is a part of daily life everywhere is mail, and our post office has some new employees.
MILLSAP NEWS: Adopt a County Road program
Everything looks so pretty and green after the rain. While we enjoy this beauty along our roadways there is a need to keep them clean. Adopt a Country Road Parker County is an organization that provides a way to help with this.
MILLSAP MATTERS: Fireworks following rain
With all of the rain come thoughts of shooting fireworks on July 4th. Our neighbors down south in the Mountain River development have big plans in this vein.
MILLSAP MATTERS: 30th annual Peach Festival
With summer upon us many are making preparations to attend the 30th Annual Parker County Peach Festival. Publicity and plans are well underway for this event.
MILLSAP MATTERS: A time for family get togethers
This is the time of year that families get together for reunions. One pioneer family of the Millsap area recently met for their 25th Jubilee First Cousins Reunion.
MILLSAP MATTERS: Many events planned for summer
With school out for the summer folks are planning all kinds of fun activities. One new event around here is the 1st Annual Millsap Maroon Crew BBQ and Chili Cook off Competition.
MILLSAP MATTERS: Looking back on good memories
With May behind us, many folks around here are looking back on the great time they had at the Millsap Masonic Lodge Fish Fry. Despite the rainy weather the event was a success.
Opportunities for children during the summer
With the school year almost finished there are opportunities in the works to keep area kids busy during the summer months. The Millsap Afterschool Program has exciting summer camps starting June 9.
MILLSAP MATTERS: Annual Millsap Log Cabins Days a success
As the long awaited Log Cabin Days Festival has come and gone, there is much news about the event to be shared. Friday, May 9, saw fourth grade students from Millsap and Garner have an educational day on pioneer history around the cabins.
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