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October 6, 2013

MILLSAP MATTERS: Joyce Bishop Morris says her latest book published


His recital will consist of opera songs during the first part of the performance, followed by popular Broadway tunes. This is an exciting and very special happening for our area, so plan on taking advantage of this free, once in a lifetime opportunity!

Downtown Millsap is really looking spruced up with the beauty of Charlie and Jan Felts Recognized Yard for the Month of September bursting in beautiful fall flowers. Adding to this, Joy’s Hair Salon has some great decorations and lovely foliage in the yard.

A new addition to our city block is a very cute Smokey the Bear sign that carries the serious message of the level of fire danger for the day. The sign is courtesy of Millsap VFD. Come by and enjoy the beauty and all of the great things that Millsap offers.

Soda Springs Baptist Church hosted a wonderful Fifth Sunday gospel music evening, with one of the highlights being a performance by the Soda Crackers Band. Another stand out performance was by an entirely rhythmic instruments group. There was great participation and enthusiasm, and this musical takes place every fifth Sunday at 6 p.m.  Everyone is welcome.

Those from the church family of Midpoint Chapel will be hosting a Fall Faith Festival for residents of Mineral Wells Nursing and Rehab in the afternoons of Oct. 9-11. Residents will join in worship, singing hymns, and studying about faithful Bible servants. There will be crafts, games, and great fellowship.  This is a wonderful opportunity for the Midpoint folks to be at the center and share a very worthwhile time with the residents.

Those who live on and travel Fairview Road express their appreciation to the personnel of Precinct 3 for the upgrade to that area. The road is newly paved and striped.  Break away style mail box posts have been placed wherever possible making the delivery of mail easier on carriers.  A great job, which will help out many.

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