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January 12, 2014

MILLSAP MATTERS: Christmas delivered to 65 children through local group’s first efforts

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Susie, the talented cook, says that the fajita burritos are the most popular breakfast food and the brisket tacos are always in demand. The dessert specialty is cinnamon apples, and they are best with some ice cream. There is also pizza and you can order family-sized chicken meals. The hot case always has a variety of items for those in a hurry. If you’re in our area don’t be concerned about finding a good meal, just go into our Tommy’s where they are always ready to serve you.

The Millsap Cemetery Association is up and running during these cold months as they recently scheduled a clean-up day. This effort was to include some repair work along with mowing. The plan was to work hard and then enjoy some chili and coffee together. This movement is interested in improving the graveyard as they continue to work toward building a pavilion. May they keep up the good work as they care for this very important area.

Congratulations to J.A. and Kathy Brogdon on the birth of their great-granddaughter, Isabella Kathern, born Jan. 3. She is tiny – born weighing 4 pounds, 10 ounces and measuring 17 inches – as proud parents Eric and Angela Vojtasek will tell you. Her wonderful grandmother is Laurie Harrison. What a blessed way for this family to begin 2014!

As the second semester of school has begun, if you are interested in becoming a classroom substitute for Millsap ISD please attend the substitute training on Jan. 16, 9-11 a.m., at the administration office. For questions call Connie Wiese at 940-682-3101.

Millsap Heritage Society will have its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at Heritage Park, and everyone is welcome.

Thanks for reading!

Send Millsap-area news to Sharron Hudson at millsapmatters@weatherforddemocrat.com.

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