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Mar 26, 2015   08:26 PM

For Children with Medicaid, no insurance, or underinsuredAdults with no insurance

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Winters 
Monday, April 6th 10-12 & 1:30-3
Professional Building110 South Main, Suite 108
For Your Convenience please use Rear Entrance (Grant Street) 

Ballinger
Thursday, April 9th   10-12 & 1:30-3
600 Strong (Corner of 6th and Strong)

Please bring child's immunization records   If Child has Medicaid please bring card 



Mar 16, 2015   03:08 PM

The First Baptist Church of Winters will celebrate its 125th anniversary Sunday morning, March 22, 2015.

Services will begin at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday School. Worship will follow at 10:30 a.m.  Dr. Ronnie Prevost of Abilene, Texas, a former Interim Pastor will bring the message.  Ken Williams of Belton, Texas, a former Minister of Music will lead the music as well as bring the special music to the service.  Following the service there will be lunch; then there will be a time of recognition for those who have previously served in the ministry of the church and a time of fellowship with those attending.  March 22, 1890, eighteen dedicated people met in the one room school house in the town of Winters soon after it was erected with volunteer labor.  They organized the Bethel Baptist Church, the first church of the community, then later changed the name to the Winters Baptist Church of Christ.   By 1915, the name had been changed  to the present day, First Baptist Church



Mar 16, 2015   03:07 PM

The Runnels County Historical Commission is planning to publish a book about the many schools and post offices that have served the county.  Over one hundred schools and twenty-eight post offices have been identified in the county.  

 

The information is being compiled with plans to have the book published in the fall of 2015.  Much more information is needed about the older, rural schools.  School histories are needed for the current schools--Ballinger, Winters, Miles, and Olfen--as well as Wingate, Rowena, and Norton.  Pictures are needed, especially from the 1940s to present.

 

Much information is found in the Rural View published in 1920, but that only covers a short period of school history.  Anyone having histories of schools, pictures, or other historical information about Runnels County schools or post offices is encouraged to send the information to Ruth Cooper at jrc@abilene.com or Randall Conner at rconner@wtxs.net or mail to PO Box 211, Winters  79567.  The information must be received by June 1, 2015 in order to be included in the book.   

 



Mar 09, 2015   11:44 PM

The Runnels County Historical Commission will meet March 14, 2015 for their regular scheduled meeting at

Rangel’s Restaurant on Hwy. 153 in Winters, Texas at 10:30 a.m.  John Long will present the program.

All meetings of the commission are open to the public.



Mar 09, 2015   11:41 PM

Paul McDaniel represented the Runnels County 4-H Shooting Sports club March 7, 2015, at the 15th Annual March Madness Invitational Shoot hosted by the Travis County 4-H Shooting Sports Club at the Austin Rifle Club gun range in Manor, Texas. Paul competed in the Target Air Pistol, Air Pistol Silhouette (Open Sights), and Target .22 Pistol events. He was 3rd Place Senior in Air Pistol Silhouette with a score of 10. 

 

Open to all Texas 4-H Shooting Sports members, the March Madness Shoot is the first of several state-wide invitational shoots that culminates with the Shooting Sports State Games held in Clyde, Texas in July. 

 

In addition to representing Runnels County in the upcoming state-wide invitational shoots and State Games, Paul will represent Runnels County and the State of Texas in the 4-H National Invitational Shoot in Grand Island, Nebraska June 20-26.

 

Paul is in the 9th grade in Ballinger High School.



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