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March 16, 2014

MILLSAP MATTERS: Girl scouts box up another year of successful cookie sales

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The Millsap Heritage Society will be hosting Log Cabin Days on Saturday, May 10, and everyone is invited to a day of shopping, food and entertainment. In that vein, the group is renting booth spaces for the event. The fee is $20 for a booth space, or $25 if electricity is needed. For applications call 940-682-5331 or send a request to Millsap Heritage Society, P.O. Box 792 Millsap, TX 76066. This is always a highlight of the year for the entire area, so plan on joining us for a great time.

Folks from Midpoint Chapel are looking forward to a visit from Ken Kemper, president of Grace Bible College, Grand Rapids, Mich. Brother Kemper will make a presentation on March 30 at 6 p.m. A meal will be served following the service and everyone is invited to this special evening. The church is located at 2312 South FM Road 113, Millsap.

Our boys basketball team has received 9-2A all-district honors. Special recognition goes to Millsap Coach Josh Jones for being named District 9-2A Coach of the Year. Also, sophomore Sydney Herbel was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association 2A All-State Team in basketball. She is one of six sophomores to earn this all-state honor. Sydney was also named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 2A All-Region Team. Congratulations to all of you on these well deserved honors.

Remember to wear your green on St. Patrick’s Day March 17.

Thanks for reading!

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

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