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September 29, 2011 RSS feed / Community News

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Walter Kaiser celebrated his 99th Birthday surrounded by his family & friends. More...

Dime Box Lions Assist Bastrop County Fire Victims

The Dime Box Lions Club spearheaded a community effort to aid the victims of the recent wildfires in Bastrop County by donating club funds and collecting supplies and monetary donations. More...

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Lexington resident, Ed Kliman, is seen above playing the keyboards during a rehearsal of Shakespeare’s King Lear in a 10th century castle in Prague. More...

Looking for a Few Good People

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce is seeking individuals who are interested in their community and in the business development of the community. More...

Chocolate Lovers Festival Best Chocolate Cake/Best Chocolate Desserts Contest October 15th

Austin-area food blogger and Austin-American Statesman food writer Addie Broyles will be the guest judge for this year’s Chocolate Lovers Festival Best Chocolate Cake/Best Chocolate Desserts contest, part of Lexington’s annual Chocolate L More...

Country Music Monday

Country Music Monday sponsored by the Rotary Club of Giddings presents a great list of performers for the October 3rd program. Laurie Robertson, Paul Schlisinger, Allen Orts, Sally Carlson and Ken Brothers. More...

Lexington Garden Club News

Members of the Lexington Garden Club met at Austin Skydiving Center located off FM 696 in Lexington on September 8th. The program was given by Cindy Gibson and Tim Brown on “Composting”. More...

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Lexington’s head football coach, Jason Holcomb, gestures to the students at LHS last Friday morning, getting them ready for another night of Eagle football! More...

Alcoa Foundation and the American Museum of Natural History Search for the Next Young Scientists

For the 15th year, Alcoa Foundation is supporting the American Museum of Natural History’s Young Naturalist Awards, a nationwide science contest that rewards students in grades seven through 12 for conducting science experiments about the natur More...














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