In just one week (on June 8), Millsap will step back into time as it hosts an old fashioned cattle drive as part of the day’s celebration of Frontier Days and rodeo time in Parker County. The cattle drive will begin in Millsap and head to the Parker County Sheriff Posse grounds in Weatherford. The drive begins at 8 a.m. after the cowboys, family, friends and anyone who wants to stop in enjoy a hearty breakfast at the log cabins. The kind folks will begin serving at 6:30 a.m. The food is free (sponsored by the Millsap Heritage Society) and will be served until everything is gone.
It is also vacation bible school time. Midpoint Chapel Grace Fellowship Church will have “Operation Arctic.” Classes for 0-adult begin June 9 from 10-11:30 a.m., and then June 10-12, from 6 to 8 p.m. with a meal provided. FBC Millsap will hold “Adventure Week” on June 24-28. There will be something for everyone! There are others scheduled and I will include these as soon as dates are available.
There is a great opportunity to serve our community in so many ways by serving on the Millsap City Council. There are vacant seats. We are a growing community and future decisions will be made, so call Mark Barnes at City Hall or stop by for more information.
We have a new business in Millsap. Kayla Janice is a hometown girl and now a hometown hairstylist. Kayla’s Heavenly Hair Salon is located on Young Road, and you can call her at 940-445-7850. Call for a brand new “do” and support local business.
Congratulations to Johnnie Littlefield on her retirement from Millsap. She has made an awesome difference in the lives of so many kids. Millsap is grateful to you and honored to call you one of ours! Thank you Johnnie.
Today, June 1, is free fishing day sponsored by the Texas Wildlife Department. Fish without a license today!
Pray for our country and its leaders!
Have a happy, healthy week ahead.