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October 22, 2009 RSS feed / Community News

Grandma's Brag

Hey Grandma - Show off your cute grandkids in the Leader. It's free and then everyone will see what you've been bragging about! More...

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Lexington's Chamber of Commerce will host a Halloween BonFire again this year at the Cabins. This is a picture from last year's event. More...

Chocolate Lovers Festival

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce's Annual Chocolate Lovers Festival provides many modes of entertainment for those who attend. More...

GIDDINGS LIBRARY NEWS CORNER

Large print books are very popular at the Giddings Public Library, so there is always a large selection available for checkout. More...

Lee / Burleson Pecan Show and Pecan Bake Show

The 2009 Lee /Burleson Pecan Show will be conducted Monday, November 23, in the Lee County Extension office located at 310 South Grimes, Giddings. More...

Focus on the Family with Dr. James Dobson

Don't Let Small Grievances Ruin Relationship with Parents

Question: I have plenty of reasons to resent my parents. They've never abused me or anything like that, but they do such stupid things. My dad's work has been the only thing he cared about. My mom is a perpetual nagger. More...

A Pink Ribbon Affair

Last Tuesday evening, at the American Legion Hall in Giddings, the Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center sponsored the 3rd Annual Pink Ribbon Affair. More...

Family History Month Celebration

Do your children know where your grandparents grew up? Do you know your father's favorite childhood memory? Does your family hail from other parts of the world? More...

Lexington Garden Club News

On October 8, 2009, members of the Lexington Garden Club gathered on the the Square at 9:00 a.m. for a field trip to visit Washington-on-the-Brazos. More...

From the Chef's Corner

Prune Cake

It's football time and time to think of some good and different dishes to serve friends during the half or after the game. More...

Freedom Rally Coming to Lexington

The Lee County T.E.A. Party (LCTP), a group of concerned citizens and patriots, is hosting a Freedom Rally, on the Square in Lexington on Saturday, October 24, from 10 a.m. 'til noon. More...

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4-H News

Food Show Project Meeting October 25 There will be a Lee County 4-H Food Show Project on Sunday, October 25, at 2 pm in the Extension office in Giddings. All youth are invited. The Food Challenge competition will be introduced. More...

Dime Box Mini-Marathon

Four of the six winners of the Dime Box Mini-Marathon are seen in the above picture, left to right are: Devin Mahoney, 1st place male in 2-mile run; George Schools,1st place male 10K run; Merritt Rowley, 1st place female in 2-mile walk; and Donovan R More...

The High Cost of Staying Alive

Recently, I had to undergo treatment for recurring prostate cancer. The process involved receiving radiation five days a week for eight weeks. I was surprised and delighted at the way I was treated. The oncology radiation gang at Mt. More...

Church Brief

First Assembly of God Church in Caldwell Fall Festival

Bring your children to our church for a safe and fun day on Saturday, October 24, from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. More...

American Red Cross Offers Tips for Caring for Someone with the Flu

With the H1N1 (swine flu) virus spreading and seasonal flu season approaching, the American Red Cross is offering important tips for people who are sick or are taking care of someone with the flu. More...

Milam Theater Presents On Golden Pond

Milam Community Theater is in rehearsal for its next show, "On Golden Pond," which opens Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Williams Civic Center in Cameron. There will be a reception prior to the curtain opening night. More...

 













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