The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Offices of Mc- Lennan, Bosque, Bell, Falls, Hill, Limestone Counties is hosting our Annual Vines and Wines Program which will be offered via zoom meetings as a two part educational program. Curtis and Mary Timmons at Country Spring Vineyard and Wine Garden (located at 1685 Country Spring Road, Lorena, Texas 76655) were going to host us, but with all that is going on we have been forced to offer this program online instead. The first day (May 28th) will feature topics of the Grape Industry and its Impact on Texas, Basics of Vineyard Establishment, Basic Grape 101, and Everyday Vineyard Management. You must register in advance for this meeting on May 28 at https://tinyurl.com/y83lkqqo
While many motorists are aware of the environmental benefits of going electric, they may not know just how much they stand to save by making the switch.
Marinades are a simple way to impart complex flavors into meat, fish, or vegetables with little effort. They also work to help tenderize food and to keep it moist!
The top 25 percent of the graduating class at Clifton High School has scholarship opportunities and guaranteed admission thanks to an agreement announced last week.
Jalapeno’s Mexican Restaurant in Laguna Park has roped off some tables to ensure a 25% occupancy limit. Reopened hours are seven days a week, 6 am - 2 pm. They continue to offer a call-in option for pickup and carryout service. Kate Colby