A huge shout-out to Ernest and Mary Ann Hoffman – they know why! Lots of interesting, and delicious, things were sold at the BUMC bazaar last Saturday. I was even lucky enough to be one of the raffle winners (and no, I didn’t bribe anybody) – I won a lovely fall-colors lap quilt!
Deborah Latham of Blanco is a finalist in the 3rd annual Texas Hill Country Top Chef contest. Wilson’s Appliance in Dripping Springs is the main sponsor and host, and the event is a fund-raiser for the Helping Hands Food Pantry. There are 5 non-professional finalists selected from emailed original recipes, and the cook off will be a 2-course meal cooked at Wilson’s on Dec. 3.
Princes Ministries, a group Bible Study for girls 1st through 5th grades, came to Live Oak on November 6. They came from Riverside Community Church in Spring Branch. The group is led by Angie Jensen. There were 5 adults and 16 girls and they helped during Bingo Games, then passed out homemade cookies and visited with residents. Everyone enjoyed their visit.
Marilyn and Lawrence Mikes were treated to supper at Rockin’ R on Saturday by their daughters, Debbie Burt and her son, Travis, of Seguin and Nan Mikes. They celebrated their anniversary. Everyone enjoyed the meal and the visit.