slated for March 31
First Baptist Church of Bronte will host an Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday,
March 31, at the pavilion and baseball fields in Bronte. The event will kick off at 11
am with bounce houses, games, and snow cones. A hot dog lunch will follow at 12 noon.
Beginning at 12:45, an egg hunt will be held for all children 6th grade and under.
All are encouraged to attend for some free, family fun! For more information, contact
First Baptist Church at (325) 473-2331.
Red Hat Society to meet April 5
The Red Hat Society will
meet for a wonderful meal and
delightful fellowship at 11 am on
Thursday, April 5, at Noel’s.
Noel’s is located about 5 miles
west of Robert Lee on Highway
158. Look for the Noel’s sign on
the right and follow the
driveway to the restaurant. We
guarantee that you will be
pampered and well fed!
Red Canyon Gun Club
The Red Canyon Gun Club
yearly member meeting that was
scheduled for April 7, 2018, has
been canceled due to lack of
interest. If you have any
questions, please contact
Shaunna Grantham at (325)
Validation tag orders due by April 13
Students that are needing to
order validation tags for steers or
all animals for the State Fair of
Texas, please contact your Ag
teacher or the County Extension office
at (325) 453-2461. Tag
orders are due by April 13.
FUMC-Bronte to host
The Good Friday Service will be held on March 30 at 7 pm. This day is celebrated by the Christian faith as the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
The Easter Sunrise Service will be held on April 1 at 7 am at the Gentry Ranch (located 5
miles west of Bronte on Highway 158). This is an annual event and is open to
everyone. Following the service, there will be a free breakfast. As this is an outdoor event, plan to dress for the unpredictable West
Texas weather! Also feel free to bring a blanket and make yourself comfortable.
The Easter Worship Service at the church will be on April 1 will be at 11 am.
Holy Week is a great opportunity to learn more about the Christian Faith. Everyone is always welcome. Dress is casual
- come as you are and enjoy
learning the Word.
Cooking Well classes
set to begin April 9
Cooking Well, a four-part, hands on cooking school will begin on Monday, April 9, at 6 pm at the Robert Lee Rec Hall.
The classes are for those with diabetes, those who prepare foods for someone who does, or
just for someone who wants to learn how to cook healthier meals.
The dates for the course and their topic are listed below.
April 9 - Recognizing carbohydrates in recipes and using sweeteners effectively;
April 16 - How to make recipes with fat better for you (healthy fats and fat substitutions);
April 23 - Reducing sodium and increasing fiber;
April 30 - Special event recipes that are healthy and delicious.
The deadline to RSVP for the classes is Wednesday, April 4, and can be done by calling the Coke County Extension Office
at (325) 453-2461. For questions or additional
information, contact Kandice Everitt at (325) 453-2461 or email@example.com.