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September 1, 2013

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Our local Waldens Farm and Ranch Supply, 201 Fairview Road, will be holding its annual fall consignment auction of farm and ranch equipment on Oct. 5 beginning at 10 a.m. This is always a big event for the town as a large number of people travel in for this sale. It is a day that some residents of the town and surrounding area choose to hold yard sales. The whole area is sparked with festivity and energy and we invite everyone to come out and look around our town and enjoy yourselves. No telling what you’ll find to buy, or how many friends you’ll see to visit with!

The Millsap Neighborhood Ladies Home and Garden Club will kick off their new club year at their regular monthly meeting, Sept. 4. There will be installation of officers and a time of remembrance of deceased club members. The club was started in 1979, so there is a lot of history to share on this day.

The women always put a wonderful meeting together for this time and it will all start at 11:30 a.m. at the Millsap Community Center. All ladies are cordially invited.

Just as the kids get started back to school they will have a holiday as we celebrate Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 2. This nationally celebrated holiday is well over a hundred years old, as Congress officially passed an act on June 28, 1894, that it would be a legal holiday on the first Monday of September. While many just enjoy fun time or resting on this day, it is to officially pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of America’s workers. Have a safe and happy Labor Day!

Millsap’s middle and high schools will have a Meet the Teacher Evening on Sept. 12, 5:30-7 p.m.

Thanks for reading!

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