How do you ask her to go to Prom?

Bryce Meurer posted 5500 sticky notes on his girl friend’s pickup asking her if she would go to Prom with him? Madison Worley was surprised when she saw her pickup and said yes!

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Southland School Menu

Breakfast Menu for Oct 14- Oct. 18

Pancakes, Sausage, Fruit, Juice, Milk
Breakfast Pizza, Fruit, Juice, Milk
Apple & Cherry Frudel, Yogurt, Fruit, Juice, Milk
Muffins, Yogurt, Fruit, Juice, Milk
Biscuits, Sausage, Gravy, Fruit, Juice, Milk

Lunch Menu for Oct. 14- Oct. 18

Chili Dog, Baked Fries, Veggie Cup w/Ranch, Fruit, Cookie, Milk
Nachos Grande, Refried Beans, Garden Salad, Fruit, Milk
Toasted Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Vegetable Soup, Baby Carrots w/Ranch, Fruit, Milk
Chicken Nuggets, Macaroni & Cheese, Green Beans, Garden Salad, Fruit, Rice Crispy Treat, Milk
Hamburgers, Corn, Veggie Cup w/Ranch, Baked Chips, Fruit, Milk

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Harvey House – Murder Mystery Meal, Nov 1

Harvey HouseSomeone has been murdered in the old west city of Dry Gulch, Texas and we need your help in solving the crime!

Slaton Harvey House mystery dinner

Friday, Nov. 1, 6pm
BBQ, Root Beer & non-alcoholic Sarsparilla
$50 per person, $400 for tables of 8
Prizes will be awarded
Proceeds go to the building restoration fund

To get tickets, contact The Slaton Bakery  806.828.3253
The Slaton Harvey House is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.

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Is My Life a Story?

By: Curtis Baker Pastor Curtis Baker

A popular way of assessing the scheme of our own existence is to view our life as if it is a kind of story.  If life is a story, then, of course, there must be a plot.  And if there is a plot then there must be an author who has put the plot together.  If all this is true, then our job is to simply live out the plot that has been predetermined for us.

There are many benefits to viewing our life in this way.  For one, it gives us a nice sense of beginning and end to our life.  It gives us a feeling of comfort that our life is not ultimately our responsibility because we are merely following the plot determined for us.  And maybe best of all, it allows us to think that maybe the best is yet to come because every story has a grand climax that we all anticipate.

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Slaton Care Center Fall Festival October 19th 2:00- 4:00

Slaton Care Center SignOn October 19th we will be having a Fall Festival from 2:00- 4:00 p.m. We need some volunteers to set up booths inside and out to make this an incredible event. Each year it gets bigger and bigger.

Family Members and Employees – We need lots of candy and baked goods for our Cake Walk.

Churches – we need many cakes for our cakewalk. Please ask your church members who love to bake to help us out with some goodies.  We also need help running some of our game booths.

Business- we would love you to come in set up a game and pass information so you can advertise during the festival.

Please contact Rachel Avila for more information on how you can help with the event.

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OCT 19 & 20 Sausage Time!

Friday St Joseph began the process of making sausage for their 44th Annual St Joseph Sausage Festival.

St. Joseph Hall, FM 41 (Division St Exit) @ 21st St., Slaton

Saturday, October 19th SALE – SAUSAGE BY THE POUND, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Regular Sausage $4.75/lb., Jalapeno Sausage: $5.50/lb., Habanero Sausage: $6.25/lb.
Cash, checks, and cards accepted! Cash and check preferred.
Sunday, October 20th FULL DINNER MEAL, 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
German Sausage, sauerkraut, “famous” Knights of Columbusgrilled chicken, German potato salad, and green beans, along with homemade cakes and bread.
Adults, $9 a plate; children, $6 each. Take-out plates, $9 each.
Sunday, October 20th FUN FEST, 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Games for all ages, live and silent auctions, bingo, the quilting show, kid’s bouncers and rock wall, a Country Store, a mini-bazaar, and raffles for hand-made quilts and a cedar chest.


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