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4-H spaghetti dinner & auction Friday

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4-H spaghetti dinner & auction Friday

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  • Anderson News Gail Sowell

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The Annual 4-H Spaghetti Scholarship Lunch Delivery, Supper & Facebook Auction takes place this Friday, April 26, at the Anderson Community Center (formerly the American Legion Hall) from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. till 7 p.m. Lunch and supper will be $8 per plate and children under age three eat for free. The 4-H members will deliver lunch to you but there is a five-plate minimum. Tickets can be purchased through any 4-H member or by contacting the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office at 936-873-3907. To take part in the Facebook auction go to https://www.facebook.com/grimes4h/. Auction items can be picked up at 7 p.m. Thank you in advance for supporting the youth of Grimes County.

The Ag Booster Club of Anderson-Shiro will hold their annual fundraiser at the Grimes County Expo Center May 4, 2019. A barbecue dinner and silent auction will take place from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. A live auction will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person or $100 for a table of eight. A dance with music provided by the Desert Roads Band will follow the live auction until midnight. The event is BYOB. For tickets call Kari Lynn Eisenman at 936-825-5311.

Mark your calendar for more upcoming events: -The St. Stanislaus Spring Fest, Sunday, May 5; Anderson VFD’s annual fundraiser, Saturday, May 11.

The American Legion Post 640 in Anderson is actively seeking new members. This organization meets on the second Monday of each month at 5 p.m. in the old Legion building across the street from the Anderson VFD at 415 Hill St. For more information or questions call Commander Charlie Hopper at 817-793-0144.

Grimes County Deputy Kevin Harris and Maria To-var tied the knot Saturday, April 13, at the Rocking L Reception Hall in Navasota. A dinner and dance reception followed the ceremony. This sweet couple will make their home in Navasota and a honeymoon is planned for June.

Trevor Pistler and Razi Beyer were united in marriage Saturday, April 20, at the Rio Frio Church in Rio Frio, Texas. Trevor is the son of Bobby and Jodi Pistler of Bedias and Jeanne Hebert of Conroe and Razi is the daughter of Darby and Tina Beyer of Gonzales. A reception took place at the Beyer’s river house in Con-can, Texas. The couple will make their home in Conroe along with their son Cooper.

Easter Sunday was a beautiful day in many ways. Lots of families started their day by attending church followed by family dinners and get-togethers. Ours was no different. Each year on Easter Sunday my family gathers in Dobbin at the home of my late grandparents John and Rosa Herzog, now owned by my uncle Darrell Herzog. One of my cousins found and brought a picture of me with all my first cousins taken there on Easter of 1969, 50 years ago. We decided to re-create that picture in front of the same tree in the yard. A couple cousins were missing from the original picture though. Although some family members weren’t in attendance, we still had 65 that came. Talk about some good, good food and homemade desserts to die for, it was there for all to enjoy.

Happy birthday this week to twins Ricardo and Presley Quezada, April 25; Nancy Kindle, Kaudia Johnson and Diego Gonzalez, April 26; Stacy Buckner, Tammy Rabun, Mike Greer, Pat Kimmons and our son-in-law Tanner Krause, April 27; Patrick Rogers, April 28; Loretta Bachmeyer and Becky Duff, April 29; Ellen Wilson, Kelley Harvey, Bud Trant and Cheyenne LaFlash, April 30; and Leon Kimich, Clayton Holliday, Brandon Eisenman, Isabella Negrin, Greg Walkoviak, Andrew Turner and Mi-la Rose Klawinsky, May 1.

Happy Anniversary this week to: April 28, Jason and Jessica Caughan, 16 years; April 30, Ryan and Vickie Haynie, eight years; and May 1, Buck and Ann LaQuey, 44 years.

If you have special news about what goes on in your family or life, let me know by calling (936) 870-6842 or emailing me at gailmsowell@yahoo.com .