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Mountaineers versus Sterling City at Mountaineeer Stadium 7:30 kickoff.
Sterling City is picked to finish in the cellar of District 8 by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine.
Sterling City is ranked 76th overall and 45th in Division I by SixManFootball.com and Santa Anna is 46th and 29th.
See ya at the game!
Tex Wright reported .8 inches of rain from Monday.
I poured out a half inch or so and PawPaw Robinett had a half.
Tuesday night on my way home from Brady it was pouring down around Home Creek and I drove under a rainbow which was pretty cool.
Labor of Love Blood Drive
Turn one hour of labor into the gift of life. All you have to do is take one hour to donate blood. In return, you’ll save up to three lives with your one donation. You will also get a free t-shirt. In addition, all donors will get free ice cream and Julio’s snack size chips as long as supplies last. All donors will automatically be entered into a monthly drawing for the chance to win a $300 gift card from Wal-Mart.
Coleman Blood Drive
Tuesday, August 26th
3:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Bloodmobile at the Senior Center
916 S. Concho
To donate, you must be at least sixteen years old. Sixteen year olds however will need to bring their parent to sign a permission slip at the blood drive so they can donate. Seventeen years and older do not need special permission.
To make an appointment call blood drive coordinator Rick Marshall. His number is (325) 625-2418. You can also go online to www.bloodhero.com. Enter sponsor code: coleman and make your appointment.
United Blood Services has been this area’s non-profit community blood provider since 1956 and serves patients in 11 surrounding counties. The United Blood Services network is one of the nation’s oldest and largest non-profit blood service organizations, and is a founding member of America’s Blood Centers and the AABB.
IT'S TIME FOR THE PARSON REUNION
Submitted by Darell (Tex) Wright
On September 13 ( don't worry, its not on Friday) The Frank Affie Parson branch of the Parson clan will gather in Brownwood, Texas.
You know - there at the Bennie Houston Park. Its still at 505 Cordell. We have the Community Center reserved for the day.
We will start about 9:00AM and go till everyone is tired.
I haven't heard from the planners, but watch out. If I remember correctly they will probably pull out all stops.
Bring your antique Black and White pictures or even some of those old faded color photos. We will try to help you remember who is in the pictures.
Bring your favorite foods 'cause I'll try to remember to help you clean up, sop up the gravy, and even nibble at the left overs, if there are any.
The "Fund' will provide plates, plastic ware, paper towels, etc.
Also, meats will be provided. If you have a meat dish that you just can't live without, bring it anyway. I'm sure that you will have help cleaning the bowl ( refer to the upper portion of the letter).
As usual, we will have the auction as this is what helps to pay for our activities. Bring 1 or two items that you think no one could live without. The committee will sort and pick. Some items will be placed in a silent auction, the rest will be auctioned not long after lunch. BRING YOUR WALLET. Be sure to mark your items or at least remember what you brought as they will go home with you if they don't sell.
A donation bucket will be placed near the door so that you may contribute if you don't want to stay for the auction.
We will ( I hope) have some kin that recently found us through genealogy sources. She still lives near the area where Grand Pa (Frank Affie) was born.
Look to see you there
If you get lost, call me. 325-636-3545
HARTMANS GET TOGETHER IN BANGS
THE DECENDENTS OF I.E. AND REBA HARTMAN HELD THEIR ANNUAL REUNION ON SATURDAY, JULY 19TH AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ANNEX IN BANGS, TEXAS. THIRTY-THREE WERE IN ATTENDANCE.
REGISTRATION BEGAN AT 10:00 WITH VISITING AND GAMES TAKING UP MOST OF THE MORNING. AFTER A “BRING YOUR OWN” LUNCH, THERE WAS A SHORT BUSINESS MEETING. IT WAS DECIDED TO DONATE $200.00 TO THE SANTA ANNA CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. NEXT YEAR’S REUNION LOCATION WAS ALSO DISCUSSED.
A "WHITE ELEPHANT" AUCTION WAS HELD WITH THE PROCEEDS GOING TOWARD REUNION EXPENSES. AUCTIONEER DALE REEVES, WITH BRENNA HARTMAN, RANDELL BLANSCETT, AND RUSTY BLANSCETT ASSISTING, KEPT THE BIDDING LIVELY. ALMOST $700.00 WAS RAISED.
THE EVER POPULAR M & M GUESSING CONTEST WAS BACK AGAIN THIS YEAR. THERE WERE TWO DIVISIONS: 18 AND UNDER & 19 AND OVER.
WINNERS OF THE M &M CONTEST WERE:
18 AND UNDER- RANDELL BLANSCETT, MIDLAND
19 AND OVER- STANLEY HARTMAN, SANTA ANNA
PRIZES WERE ALSO AWARDED AS FOLLOWS:
OLDEST IN ATTENDANCE- RUBY HARTMAN, SANTA ANNA
YOUNGEST IN ATTENDANCE- BRENNA HARTMAN, SNYDER
TRAVELED THE FARTHEREST- RANDY BLANSCETT, MIDLAND
THE "BOX GAME" WAS BACK AGAIN THIS YEAR. THERE WERE 13 PARTICIPANTS WITH RUSTY BLANSCETT WINNING THE $65.00. WE EXPECT A LOT MORE PARTICIPANTS NEXT YEAR AS THIS GAME CONTINUES TO GROW IN POPULARITY.
GRANDPA’S CATERING (AKA RONNIE HARTMAN, STANLEY HARTMAN, AND JORDAN MACH) PREPARED THE MEAT FOR THE EVENING MEAL, WHICH CONSISTED OF GRILLED PORK TENDERLOIN, SAUSAGE AND CHICKEN TENDERS WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS. CHERRY COBBLER TOPPED OFF THE EVENING MEAL.
THOSE IN ATTENDANCE WERE:
ROBIN, BRITTANY AND JORDAN MACH
CINDY AND DARYL BOYLE
SANDRA AND HARRY WALKER
MIKE, TRAVIS AND BRENNA HARTMAN
DALE AND CAROL REEVES
RONNIE AND BETH HARTMAN
EDDIE AND MARY ANN HARTMAN
EDD AND RUBY HARTMAN
STANLEY AND JUDY HARTMAN
JAMES AND STEPHANIE EDWARDS
Mountaineer Scrimmage Rescheduled
The Santa Anna Mountaineer football scrimmage scheduled to be played here on Friday with Lohn has been rescheduled to be played on Saturday at 4PM.
Tex Wright reported another .3 inches of rain Tuesday morning which adds up to my six tenths.
But I poured out anotherhalf an inch or so Tuesday evening for Tuesday.
Even Robert "PawPaw" Robinett had 1.1 Tuesday and a total of 2.8 over the last several days.
I think those Mountaineer Cheerleaders pictured below standing in knee deep water might just be in my backyard after all this rain!
Meet the Mountaineer
The Santa Anna Mountaineer Cheerleaders along with the Mountaineer Booster Club would like to invite everyone out on Thursday, August 21st 7:00pm to Mountaineer Stadium for the 2008 Meet the Mountaineers.
The cheerleaders will be taking orders for the new Mountaineer T-Shirts.
The Booster Club will be serving cold watermelon and have prizes to give away.
The cheerleaders will also award a prize to the person best dressed in black & gold!
2008 Santa Anna Mountaineer Cheerleaders
Tex Wright reported another .3 inches of rain Monday morning and another .3 for Tuesday and a total of 2.7.
I poured out another six tenths from each of my gauges around 8PM on Monday evening.
Tex Wright reported 1.4 inches of rain at noon on Saturday.
I poured out two inches from each of my gauges around 7AM on Monday morning for the weekend total.
I just want to be sure and say thank you to all of you for your words of comfort during the loss of my Dad.
On Thursday, August 14th, one of my heroes passed away. My Dad, Dan Pelton, died at about 5:35 AM at the Trinity Mother Francis Hospital in Tyler.
He had battled pneumonia after falling and breaking his hip a couple of weeks ago. He had gotten up late one night to go get a midnite snack of all things.
Born in December of 1931 to W.N. amd Pearl Elizabeth, Dad was 76. He was the youngest of six. He graduated from Garland High School and was always proud of being a Garland Owl. He was in the Navy and a SeaBee stationed in Japan in the 50's. He was always proud to have served his country.
He and my mom had four children including Danna Smith who now lives in San Antonio, Chris who died at birth, myself, and my little sister Alys Ellis also of Santa Anna.
He worked as an executive for State Farm Insurance for over twenty years at one of their main offices on Preston Road in Dallas.
Shortly after we moved to Santa Anna he moved to The Last Frontier of Brewster County where he raised Quarter horses for Sheriff Jack McDaniel on his ranch in Alpine and South of Marathon near a place called Hell's Half-Acre. One of the last great sheriff's of Texas, Sheriff Jack was featured along with long time Coleman County Sheriff H. F. Fenton a few years ago in an issue of Texas Monthly magazine. Dad was always proud that he had worked for Sheriff Jack.
Dad married his high school sweet heart, Marian, while in Alpine and they moved back to Garland and later to Canton and would have celebrated twenty five years of marriage at the end of this month.
He was preceeded in death by his mother in 1983, his father in 1965, his sisters: Ethel, and Ruby, and his brothers: Melvin, Lester, and J.D. A memorial service is pending with the Neptune Society at the Texas National Cemetery in Grand Prairie. He had six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Please pray for me and my family as we deal with our loss.
Dad, I'll see you and Grandma in Heaven because I know you are there with her now.
Sales Tax Holiday Brings Relief to Family Budgets
(AUSTIN) — With the rising cost of gasoline, groceries and other goods, the annual clothing sales tax holiday will help families’ back-to-school budgets go farther, Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said today.
Combs announced that the 10th annual sales tax holiday will take place Aug. 15-17. During the tax holiday weekend, most clothing and shoes priced less than $100 can be purchased tax free. The tax break applies to both children’s and adults’ apparel.
“We estimate shoppers will save about $54 million in sales tax during the sales tax holiday, including approximately $42.1 million in state sales tax and $11.9 million in local sales taxes,” Combs said.
The shoppers’ gain is not expected to have a significant impact on sales tax collections.
“Though the national economy has slowed, Texas sales tax revenue continues to grow at a healthy pace,” Combs said. “Through June, state sales tax collections for fiscal 2008 were up 6.1 percent compared to the same point in fiscal 2007. Cities’ and counties’ calendar year-to-date sales tax revenues were up an average of 5.1 percent.”
A list of items that will be tax exempt during the sales tax holiday is available on the Comptroller’s Web site at http://www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/taxpubs/tx98_490/tx98_490.html.
Combs reminds families that school backpacks and messenger bags costing less than $100 are now included in the sales tax holiday, but school supplies are taxable.
Since 1999, the clothing sales tax holiday has saved shoppers more than $388 million in state and local sales taxes.
Comptroller Susan Combs Distributes $583 Million in Local Sales Tax Revenue
August 8, 2008
(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Susan Combs today said the state collected $1.8 billion in sales tax revenue in July, up 10.4 percent compared to one year ago.
“Through July, fiscal 2008 state sales tax collections are up 6.5 percent,” Combs said. “The Texas economy remains strong; however, we continue to monitor the slower growth seen nationally.”
Combs sent $583.4 million in August sales tax allocations to local governments, up 9.2 percent compared to August 2007. So far this calendar year, sales tax allocations to local governments are up 6.3 percent compared to this time last year.
Combs sent sales tax payments of $393.1 million to Texas cities, up 8 percent compared to last August. Calendar year-to-date, city sales tax revenues surpass 2007 by 5.4 percent. Sales tax payments of $35.3 million went to Texas counties, 13.9 percent higher than last August. So far in calendar year 2008, county sales tax allocations are up 7.3 percent compared to last year.
In addition, $21.3 million in sales tax revenue went to 135 special purpose taxing districts, 21.5 percent more than in August 2007. Ten local transit systems received $133.5 million, up 9.9 percent compared to a year ago.
July state sales tax revenue and August allocations to local governments represent sales taxes collected in June by businesses that report sales taxes monthly, and sales taxes collected in April, May and June by quarterly filers.
For details of August sales tax payments to individual cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose districts, locate the Monthly Sales and Use Tax Allocation Comparison Summary Reports on the Comptroller’s Web site at www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/allocsum/compsum.html.
The Comptroller’s next sales tax allocation will be made on Friday, Sept. 12.
City: Santa Anna
Net Payment This Period: 10,836.59
Comparable Payment Prior Year: 11,913.08
% Change: -9.03%
2008 Payments To Date: 78,938.58
2007 Payments To Date: 76,266.16
% Change: 3.50%
Santa Anna Mountaineer Booster Club
The Santa Anna Mountaineer Booster Club will be kicking off the new football season with a planning meeting Tuesday August 12th at 6:00 pm in the gym following the vollyball games! If you would like to share in planning exciting things for the new school year - we'd love to have you!
Meet the Mountaineers has been scheduled for August 21st at 7:00 pm. Come meet the new coaches and the 2008 football and Vollyball teams and show your support! Watermelon will be served, door prizes given, and more! It will be a fun evening for all!
Ranger School of Vocational Nursing Capping Ceremony/Graduation
Submitted by Stephanie Dane www.wildbluephotography.com
Friday, August 8, 2008 Ranger School of Vocational Nursing held their Capping Ceremony/Graduation in Brownwood at Victory Life Church. Among this year's graduates were Coleman County's own Amber Ramon, Janna Wells, and Jamie Wade.
The ceremony was beautiful. There were two guest speakers which had moving and encouraging words for the class. The Gideons presented each nurse with a small white bible before they were capped with their nurse's cap. Each nurse was pinned and then given a white candle. The candles were lit and then the nurses recited the nurse's pledge. Pictured is each of the ladies, already "capped", as they receive their pins.
Congratulations to all the Class of 2008 graduates and good luck!
Vacation Bible School A Success!
Dawson Rambo (pictured below), of Santa Anna, is wearing his hat made by a clown as he awaits his turn in a game played at the Vacation Bible School hosted by the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Santa Anna.
The theme of the program is "Castles & Crowns", so people dressed in medieval costumes can be seen throughout the evening.
The children's activities include arts and crafts, theater, games, story time, singing and a snack. Prizes are awarded nightly in a drawing.
According to Pastor Jerry Chastain, "The program has been wonderful, with many children attending. We are enjoying seeing the kids have such a fun time while learning about Christ." The program is being held every evening this week, Monday through Friday, from 6:45 till 9:00, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church located at 142 CR 106 in Santa Anna.
This Saturday morning from 11:00 till 12:00 a special program will be given involving the children that attended during the week. Also at that time two bicycles will be given away at a drawing.
It is not too late for any child age 5 - 12 to begin attending. Registration is still open. For more information call Pastor Jerry Chastain at (325) 348-6025.
Brady's World Championship BBQ Goat Cook-Off
Greetings from Brady, Texas! Our 35th Annual World Championship BBQ Goat Cook-Off is just around the corner and we are still accepting applications for vendors in the Arts & Crafts Fair. We are always looking for new and talented people to share their craft with our attendees and would certainly love to have them join us this year. See below for more information.
In addition to the cook-off and the arts and crafts fair, we will have a 5K fun run, plenty of children's games, a 4-H rodeo, and live Texas music featuring Kevin Seale, Radney Foster and Brandon Rhyder.
Calling Arts & Crafts Vendors
Plans for the 35th Annual World Championship Barbeque Goat Cook-Off and Arts & Crafts
Fair are underway in Brady, Texas. The Brady/McCulloch County Chamber of Commerce
would like to invite all vendors to be a part of the 35th Anniversary of the event on Labor Day
weekend. The fair is Saturday, August 30th from 9 am to 5 PM.
Limited booth space remains and the entry fee is $100 per booth. The booth spaces are 10’ x
10’ in the open-air or 8’ x 10’ under a covered pavilion. There is a $5.00 fee for electricity if
needed and access to it is limited. Entries are handled on a first come first served basis with
an entry deadline of August 15th, 2008.
This is a great fair due to its built-in audience with 150 cooking teams at the cook-off and the
family, friends and fans who come with them from far and wide. The fair also draws a great
crowd because of its reputation with an estimated attendance of 6,000 throughout the day.
About the World Championship BBQ Goat Cook-Off: What began in 1973 as a small
fundraiser for the local Jaycees with 16 cooking teams, Brady’s Goat Cook-Off is the longest
running of its kind in Texas with 150 team entries each year. There are approximately 20,000
goats in McCulloch County and it ranks among the top 20 counties in the nation for goat
production. Goats are a $2 million industry in our area.
For more information or to obtain an entry form, please contact the Brady/McCulloch County
Chamber of Commerce at 325-597-3491 or email@example.com.
Santa Anna Reading Club
Submitted by Tex Wright:
Each year the Texas State Library recommends a theme for the years reading program in libraries across the state. The theme this year was history.
The Santa Anna library board members and other volunteers then chose a theme for their program, tying it to the state recommendations.
History being the state theme, the Santa Anna Library chose the Santa Anna Library as the base of their program. The Santa Anna Library is 101 years old, started in 1907 with a few books on a shelf in a doctor’s office.
The boys and girls spent the month of July (every Thursday) in time travel. They saw, through pictures, stories, and actual games, the years pass by and watched Santa Anna and its library grow and progress with the rest of the world. They saw clothes from the flapper era, the depression era, the 50’s, and on to the present. They played with jacks, rolled hoops, yoyos, tops, paper dolls and other toys that represented the past years of childhood. Also presented were forms of transportation and homes.
The first week (the first twenty years) the boys and girls tried washing with a tub and rub board. Then found that the dryer was line strung between two poles and the wash held in place with wooden clothes pins.
They read books like McGuffeys Reader, Peter Rabbit, and the Wright Bros. Story.
The second week brought the 20’s into view with a full dressed flapper girl, the model “T”, Raggedy Ann dolls, china and paper dolls. This period of time also brought the depression era.
Noted were the home made toys like kites, paper dolls and other hand crafted toys.
The 50’s era were represented with girls in a poodle skirt with many petticoats and rolled up cuffs for the guys. Toys from that era were Hula Hoops, Frisbees, stick horses, and other toys that were popular in this era.
The last location was celebrated with a big party. In this era the computer had become a necessity to the new generation and a way of life for all. The boys and girls, adult and junior leaders and guests made a trip to the Santa Anna Computer lab which is part of the library system. Mr. Wright explained the advantages of the lab while they were there.
Returning to the library, the boys and girls made toy airplanes, tops, yoyos, and recycled milk jugs into decorated watering cans.
Every boy and girl attending on the last day received a book to take home, a certificate for a pretzel from Huddle Arcade of Coleman, and a certificate for an ice cream from the Santa Anna Dairy Queen.
On the last day of the 2008 program, prizes were awarded to all according to their age group and the books read during the month.
Special prizes were awarded by a drawing. These prizes were two oysters brought from Hawaii and donated for this purpose. The young ladies whose names were drawn were Madison Wise and Sudie Puckett. Each of these young ladies were photographed holding the pearls taken from the oysters.
Total readers enrolled for the program were 42 boys and girls. A special thanks to the 5 boys and girls who served as junior leaders, helping with games, registration, checking in and out of the books and other needs and to the 10 adult volunteers who planned and supervised the program this year.
We cannot leave out the very important work done by our librarians, Ovella Williams and Yvonne Holman. We sure do appreciate the work you do and the help you give.
CASTLES & CROWNS Vacation Bible School!
You Are Invited To The
CASTLES & CROWNS Vacation Bible School!
The Seventh Day Adventist Church of Santa Anna
(located at 142 CR 106 on Santa Anna mountain) invites you
to bring your children to a royal adventure
August 4th thru August 8th from
6:45 PM to 9:00 PM each evening.
Our adventure includes games, crafts, skits, snacks,
good music, and loads of fun!
This event is open to all children, ages 5 to 12 years.
Help your children discover the royal heritage
that they are entitled to.
Contact Pastor Jerry Chastain at (325) 348-6024
or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information AND TO PRE-REGISTER
so that we can plan enough craft items and food.
(& so the children can enjoy the fun program without delay!)
Seventh Day Adventist Church of Santa Anna
1 Boy’s & 1 Girl’s bicycle to be given away to children, ages 5 through 12
who attend the
CASTLES & CROWNS VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL (VBS) PROGRAM
August 4th thru August 8th from 6:45 PM to 9:00 PM
At the SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
142 CR 106, Santa Anna, TX 76878
(The church on Santa Anna Hill, on the road just past the Texas Ranger
Motel, off of Hwy 67 / 84)
Tickets are earned by attendance, bringing friends & relatives, etc. each evening of the VBS program. The drawing for the bicycles will be held August 9th. There will also be drawings for other prizes on each evening. COME AND ENJOY THIS GREAT FUN-FILLED WEEK WITH US!!! BRING YOUR FRIENDS!!!
And the Look at Coleman County Last 150 Years Moves On
Next Stop Burkett, Texas
News from the Coleman County Historical Commission...Submitted by Tex Wright:
At our last program held in Trickham, Texas, some 50 people heard Felton Martin tell the story and stories about Trickham, the Cheatham store, the tombs in the middle of the street, and other things of interest about this original Coleman County town.
We learned that settlers had settled in the area and started ranching and farming in the 1840’s. Records show that when Camp Colorado was placed on the Colorado River, they purchased their hay and grain from farmers and ranchers already settled in the area.
e had many descendents of area settlers, two of them descending from Cheatham of the original store, attending, asking questions, and telling stories that they had heard.
Thanks Felton for an excellent program.
Our next program, Aug. 7, 2008, will be held in Burkett. Sue Frizzell will present the program in the Burkett Community Center.
Directions to get you to the Community Center:
Coming from Coleman - Hwy 206 to Burkett, come into town across the old bridge (remember its one lane traffic) into town to Post Office turn right between the Burkett Fire Dept. and the Burkett Post Office. Community Center is on the left second place down. Just look for a lot of cars. (It’s the old Methodist Church)
Refreshments will be ready about 6:30PM and the program will start about 7:00 PM.
Linda Brady will give a short history of the community of Burkett. Then "Dad" Bloodworth and Grady Harris, both ‘old timers’ in the area will give a rundown on events and happenings of Burkett past. Roy Dean Young, another of the ‘old timers’ will tell some of the area history. He was a student in the Live Oak school near Webville. He will probably mention the old wooden bridge that had to be crossed to get to Webb’s Store.
Remember, all this takes place on Thursday, Aug. 7th, starting about 6:30PM at the Burkett Burkett Community Center.
COLEMAN COUNTY TO BE REPRESENTED AT FORT WORTH HUNTER’S EXTRAVAGANZA
Promotional Items Needed By Wednesday, August 13th
The Coleman County Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Tourist Bureau and the Wildlife Appreciation Committee will have a booth at the 2008 Hunter’s Extravaganza in Fort Worth on August 15th, 16th, and 17th at the Will Rogers Convention Center.
This is an excellent economic opportunity to promote the industry of hunting in Coleman County. There will be approximately 1,700 booths and around 25,000 people in attendance.
Anyone wishing to send promotional material to be distributed please contact the Coleman Chamber of Commerce Office at (325) 625-2163 or email@example.com by Wednesday, August 13th.
Back to School for Santa Anna ISD
Friday, August 15th
9am-3pm New student registration for 7-12th Grade
Tuesday, August 19th
9am-3pm Class Schedule Pick-Up for Pre-registered students Grades 7-12th
6pm-7th Grade student/parent orientation in HS Auditorium
Monday, August 25th
First Day of School
Gouldbusk Ranch Rodeo
Saturday, August 9th 2008
Rodeo starts at 7:00
Deadline to enter: August 1st
Wild Cow Milking
*Bonus Jackpot Hide Race* Winner Takes All
$400 to enter - 4 man team with a 5th as an alternate
To enter or for information contact Aaron Loyd (325)357-4918
Sunkissed Tanning Salon
Time to start working on that tan!
Sunkissed Tanning Salon @ 302 S. 5th and Avenue C, right south of the Presbyterian Church. Contact Amber at 325-636-3973 or 325-357-4515 to get started.
*All new bulbs
*$27 per month
*Refer a friend as a new customer and get $5 off your next month!
*Couples discount--$50 per month
*Off-season special rate--September 1 thru January 31--tan for only $20 per month!
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