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Burnet, Texas Burnet Bulletin Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Page 3B Bertram Enterprise The Bertram High School (Go Panthers!) class of 1958, along with other classes, friends, and family met for their 60th people attended the reunion, and all enjoyed visiting with folks, many of which had not seen each other in years. Class Reunion at the Contributed Bertram Community Center on May 5. Nineteen much more. Do you have aMahomet News plant that has outgrown your The second Spring Sing at 'N. space? Please donate it to Mahomet Christian Church Marc!e ' the sale, which will benefit willbe Sunday, May 20, at 2:30 Masterson local non-profits such as the p,m, All local churches, and Bertram Food Pantry and the members of the community library. The sale begins at 9 are invited.' The church is a.m. and will last until the located at 10451 E: FM 243. OUt and About plants are gone usuallyFor information please contact around 1 p.m, Fran at 512'489-2411 or in Bertram City election Barbara at 830-265-4705. Congratulations to The annual meeting of Bertram's Prairie Flower Bertram's new mayor, Adamthe Mahomet Cemetery Garden Club will hold their Warden, and newly elected Association will be held on annual Plant Sale on Friday, councilwomen Kim Klose and Saturday, May 26. A flag May 11, at the Library Jane Scheidler! ceremony will be held at 10:30 Meeting Room and all along the sidewalk in front of the library. This is the sale plant 'lovers have been waiting for, and it's just in time for Mothers' Day. Joppa Bridges dedication a.m. followed by a business On May 12 at 1:30 p.m, meeting and catered lunch. the Bumet County Historical A workday will be held on Commission will dedicate the Saturday, May 19. Contact two remaining iron bridges Ron at 512-789-4028 with any at Joppa. One is on the questions. Watch this column for pictures and more information. Raffle tickets go on sale June 1. If you wish to donate items or money for the baskets, contact the library at 512-355-2113.' Chamber News The Bertram Chamber of Commerce will meet for their luncheon meeting on May 14 at 11 a.m. at the Bertram Community Center. All are invited. After the meeting (about 12:30 p.m.) there will be a Ribbon Cutting for Chamber member Silverado Ventures' newest home at 332 Main Street(across from Bertram Elementary). Everyone is invited. That's all the news for this week. If you have information Contributed by Bertram Elementary On May 2 Bertram Elementary celebrated Simpson Day, as they feted Principal Jennifer Simpson as she "retires" as principal and moves up to join BCISD Central Office as Coordinator of Special Education and District Testing Coordinator. The day was themed with "superheroes", and You'll find fantastic prices Russell Fork south of Joppa Library Fundraiser for this column Please email everyone joined in to wish Simpson well in her new position. on all sorts ofplants, ineluding on CR 272. The other is onBertram's Joann Cole MiRe marcimasterson@gmail. She says, "1 have to give a great big SHOUT OUT to my natives butterfly neqtarthe North Forl at CR 200 & Memorial Library announces com, Your deadline is always staff and studen!s for making me feel e tra special. This and host plants, eopiCat,CR 272, There Will be musid its! ttiajOr ~i~gg ~Qf ~h~Satur.day,[ m a bittersweet time!n my life. Xhank,you~:to my Bertram succulents and cactuses, arid ' e0~kies Toll~i~g :the year the Baskets:are BaCk Family for working alongside methese past many years and dedication[ ' bigger ~and be~r than eVer; for all the special memories! I love you alll!!" Pictured with Simpson (left) is Intervention Teacher Mendy Barrow. skin cancers be cured with early- detection. I.l .at s w:hy Ba? k. 1. Scott & me Clinic- Burnet is hosting a FREE, noninvasive and potent.tally ht)sa mg skin cancer screening event fi: r our community, q.his screening is off red by board-certified dei:matologist Brian Ransddl, MD, FAAD, the Baylor Scott & White Department of Dermamlog : BaylorScott &White BURN~I~ A #i,pa~mem ofBi:~,lo~~ &e @ ~ii~. Medleai &ntee ~ Llano BSWHaalth,e0mleilnlcB