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St. Rose First Nine Weeks Achievements

4th Grade: Honors - Rilee Durfey, Tenley Zbranek, William Eudy, Brett Hollas, Courtney Magliolo, Bo Brossmann. High Honors - Holden High Honors - Holden Holub, Reese Dusek, Caroline Bartek, Weston Hollas, Mallory Bonner.

Fall Treats: Cinnamon Rolls, Pumpkin Cookies

The family was fortunate to acquire our late Grandma’s cinnamon roll recipe. In our opinion, Grandma Adelia Giese’s cinnamon rolls were the best, huge, gooey, filling and melted in your mouth.

Man Moves in When Couple is on Honeymoon

Burleson County Tribune James Jantzen, 33 of Caldwell, is behind bars after he allegedly moved into a couple’s home and used their vehicle while the pair was on their honeymoon. Jessica Garza says she and her husband were on their honeymoon when a family member called and told her someone was living in their home and using their truck.

Mt. Calvary Receives New Members

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church and Preschool of La Grange received six new adults into their membership on Sunday, Oct. 11. Pictured are, from left to right, Rev. Jason Kaspar, David Cole, Robbie Cole, Glenn Altwein, Myrna Altwein, Merrilee Zedan, Kimberly Adams and David Sager.

Lions Clubs Perform Vision, Hearing Tests

State-required vision and hearing screenings were recently performed at St. Rose Catholic School in Schulenburg by several local Lions Clubs from the La Grange area. A total of 45 students were screened for vision and 77 students for hearing. The Lions are from left to right: Dale Throckmorton and Loretta Ulrich (La Grange Bluebonnet Lions), Linda Diers (La Grange Noon Lions), and Pam Langford (Round Top Lions).

Multiple Political Signs Stolen

A Fayetteville resident reports that campaign signs were taken from her yard and the yards of two of her neighbors over the weekend..

LGISD to Get 200 Laptops at No Cost to District; Construction Progressing

A really good deal on a bunch of technology highlighted the La Grange Independent School District board of trustees monthly meeting Monday. Here’s some of what was discussed: Operation Connectivity La Grange ISD will be able to purchase 200 laptop computers and 100 hotspots through a joint effort among Governor Abbott and the Texas Education Agency to help connect public school students with a device and reliable internet connections.

Camp Lone Star Hosting Fall Blast Retreat

Camp Lone Star will host their “Fall Blast” retreat for third through fifth graders over the weekend of Nov. 6 through 8. This year’s theme is “By Faith.” Participants will enjoy a weekend of camp activities, skits, songs and Bible Study sessions. Cost is $105/youth and $51/ adult (you will need to provide a chaperone). Call the church office at (979) 242-3333 to reserve your spot.

Christmas Shirts Available to Support AMEN Food Pantry

The City of La Grange’s Office of Community Development & Tourism is helping to raise much needed funds for the AMEN Food Pantry. 100% of the proceeds from the official La Grange Christmas t-shirts will benefit AMEN. T-shirts can be purchased for $30 inperson at the Historic Casino Hall or orders can be placed over the phone by calling (979) 968-3017. Over the past few weeks, the AMEN Food Pantry has seen an increase in La Grange families in need of food basics and these much needed funds will help to ensure the food bank will be able to provide meal staples during the holiday season.
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