Will Cross, 14, has suffered with medical challenges since birth, and had one lung surgically removed when he was five years old. Contracting COVID-19 could put him at serious risk.
Winners of the Optimist Club of Fredericksburg Essay Contest were recognized at a breakfast meeting on March 3. Pictured from left, Billy Pahl, essay contest chairman; Sam O’Leary, first place winner; Hayle Mayer, second place winner; and Bill Harkelroad, president of the Optimist Club of Fredericksburg. O’Leary and Mayer read their essays to club members and received medals and cash prizes at the meeting. O’Leary’s essay has been submitted to the district competition. — Submitted photo
Hill Country CattleWomen (HCCW) have canceled the annual Spring Round Up scheduled for April 18 at the Texas Rangers Heritage Center in Fredericksburg.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts are asking Texans and others to learn more about diabetes and their risk for the disease.
It started with unflappable British spy James Bond heading for the hills as “No Time To Die” moved from a mid-April release to late November.
Hill Country Master Gardeners will host its annual “Blooms and Barrels” plant and rain barrel sale Saturday, April 11, at the Hill Country Youth Event Center in Kerrville.
Camerata San Antonio has postponed the season-ending concert “Blueprint.”
Scholarship applications for the Zonta Club of Fredericksburg are now available and can be downloaded from the group’s website at www.zontafredericksburg.com.
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas Phyllis Hazelett Malinak Art Contest has been extended to April 30.