August – September 2012
5 pm — Freshmen
7:30 p.m. — Junior Varsity
7:45 am – Varsity boys
8:55 am – Varsity girls
9:20 am – JV boys
9:40 am – JV girls
BERTRAM — Once again it’s time for the Oatmeal Festival Cook-Off so put on your chef’s hat, take the oatmeal out of your cupboard, sprinkle in a little imagination and enter Bertram’s Oatmeal Festival Cook-Off to be held Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, sponsored by 3-Minute Brand Oats.
The Cook-Off will be held at the Lewis Building located in downtown Bertram at 107 Grange Street, on the corner of Grange and Vaughan Streets. To reach that location turn north on N. Grange Street (FM 243) at the Hwy. 29 traffic light. Cook-Off entries are to be dropped off at the Grange Street entrance.
Each category will have two divisions: junior (age 18 and under) and adult (age 18 and over). Contestants can enter their Cook-Off dishes in seven categories: breads, cakes, pies, cookies, bars, snack mix and low fat/low cholesterol. All are encouraged to enter their favorite oatmeal recipes in several of these categories.
Entries will be accepted on Sept. 1 from 9:03 a.m. to 11:33 a.m. and judging will begin at 12:33 p.m. All contestants must have a social security number in order to register their entries. Prizes will be presented at 3:03 p.m. at the Lewis Building with the festival’s mascot, Oatie, awarding the prizes.
Cash prizes will be given to the winners of each category in both divisions. Also receiving money will be the grand champion in each division and the best Cook-Off recipe. All cash awards are donated by the Ralston Corporation.
More important information is contained in Cook-Off brochures that are available at Bertram City Hall, Joann Cole Mitte Memorial Library, Farmers State Bank, Burnet Chamber of Commerce or many businesses in Bertram.
For additional questions, contact Janet Habermehl at 512-638-3234 or Jane Almquist at 512-756-1619 or visit the Oatmeal Festival’s web site firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volleyball vs Taylor/Rogers (home): 5 p.m. V/JV/F
|The Native Plant Society of Texas(NPSOT), Williamson County chapter is hosting an day of instruction by local experts about native plants tolerant to extreme drought, substitutes for invasives, natives of Williamson County, and using natives in your landscape. In the afternoon there will be informal conversation with knowledgeable gardeners about real life experiences with natives. This will happen on Saturday, Sep 8, at the AgriLife Extension building , 3151 Inner Loop (just south of Hwy 29) in Georgetown. We will begin at 9 and end at 4. There is no admission fee. But we will have an opportunity for you to purchase some native plants that are not always available at retail nurseries. Come and ask your questions and go home with some native plants!|
Second of two public hearings on proposed 20 percent tax rate increase for City of Liberty Hill property owners.