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Page IOA Wednesday, October 17, 2018 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas Bert Ent p" ram er rise I Marcie Masterson Out and About in Bertram The Oakalla Library will hold their Fall Extravaganza fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their new libra location at 28981 Ranch to Market Road 963 just around the bend from the Oakalla Community Center. The event will be fun for the whole family with live entertainment, a bounce house, cake walk, silent auction, refreshments, face painting, 'sword' play demonstrations and lessons, dance demonstrations and lessons, a bake sale, a book sale, and 18 local business vendors! Put it on your calendar and please help them spread the word! Come and see their beautiful new library and enjoy a fun day. They could always use more contributions for the cake walk and bake sale if anybody is inclined to bring such. The library is hopeful this will be a huge success and can become an annual fundraiser. October arctic front Who would have thought temperatures would drop , more than 40 degrees in the middle of October? We had a warm weekend with highs in the sweltering mid-80s. That all ended Monday morning when everyone woke to lows between 35-40 degrees. It appears we will continue with cold and wet days for the rest of the week. and we probably won't see the sun for 7-10 days. Joppa sings The date for the Fall Singing at Mahomet Christian Church Bertram Elementary teachers are very innovative in finding Pirates Day with Place Value Pirate Math practice. has changed to Oct. 28 at 2:30 p.m. All local churches and members of the community tabernacle will follow the song service. The address is 10451 E. RM 243. Contact persons are Barbara at 830-265-4705 and Fran at 512-489-2411. Heroes rally 31. The fun begins at5:30 p.m. and ends "when the candy runs out." Vaughan Street is, of course, our "Main Street," and it will be blocked to vehicular traffic from East to Lampasas Streets starting at 5 p.m. Kids and families can safely wander the streets, collecting treats and enjoying On Sunday, Oct. 28, at 1 activities p.m. there will be a support businesses and and prayer rally in downtown Bertram in front of either the Globe Theatre or the Bertram Police Department. Caring citizens will gather to show their support for members of the Bertram Police Department, especially our Chief J.J. Wilson. More details will be posted in this column in days to come and also on Facebook. Main Street Halloween The Bertram Chamber of Commerce and various businesses will once again hold the besl little Halloween event that both individuals have to offer. If you want to be a "vendor" just email Marci at, and she'll help you find a spot; there's plenty of room. This year the chamber will resurrect their costume contest, and categories will be announced soon. So far, the categories include "youngest, oldest, prettiest, ugliest, best family, and best group." That's all the news for this week. If you have information for this column please email marcimasterson@gmail. com. Your deadline is always in the area on Wednesday, Oct. Saturday. Contributed fun ways for students to learn. Last week Mrs. Garner's third grade class celebrated National Marcie Masterson Bertram Police Chief J.J. Wilson (left) recently promoted two officers, Lynn and Serena Booth, to the rank of sergeant. The husband/wife duo came to work at the Bertram Police Department in January 2018, and together they have 51 years of prior police experience. Chief Wilson says, "These are two steadfast and experienced officers, The Bertram Police Department is lucky to have personnel of their capability and dedication." Also pictured is Kgofficer Max, whose handler is Serena Booth, '" "2 , t MARBLE FALLS, TX An incredible sculpture collection under the tent on Main Street Show & Sale of pi , by = Dedication of Marble Falls' new public art collection ,Stone carving demonstration Beer, wine and live music Plus, shopping and great food just steps away Free Admission Friday 3pm-7pm & Saturday from mam-spm HIGHLAND LAKES CREATIVE ARTS for more: For lodging and other information about the area: www. marblefalls, org :1 I