Features

Tue
18
Nov

Bertram Elementary School

Col. Ernest (Skip) Oertli, USAF (Ret.) walks through the Avenue of the Flags at last Tuesday’s Veterans Day commemoration event held at Bertram Elementary School.

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Wed
12
Nov

Congratulations to Bertram Elementary School

Congratulations to Bertram Elementary School

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Wed
05
Nov

Honoring veterans, basket winners highlight Bertram activities

Honoring veterans, basket winners highlight Bertram activities

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Wed
29
Oct

Don’t miss Main Street Halloween in Bertram

This Friday, on Halloween, Oct. 31, Bertram will shut down Vaughan Street to vehicular traffic between Lampasas and East Streets so that families and children can to trick-or-treat in safety. The fun will start at 5:30 p.m. and continue until “the candy
runs out.” Various businesses and organizations will provide treats and activities.
 
Wed
22
Oct

Halloween activities, Christmas giving, more coming up

Judging by the number of Halloween pictures beingposted on FaceBook, it appears that our kids and a surprising number of  adults are more than ready for the spooky holiday on Friday, Oct. 31. This Saturday, Oct. 25, the first community-wide event will be held on the campus of the Church of Christ at West and Elm. Trunk or Treat will be from 4–6 p.m., offering a chance to enjoy lots of free activities for children and adults, alike.
 
Wed
15
Oct

Bertram’s National Night

Bertram’s National Night Out celebration was observed last week at the Bertram Elementary Pavilion. A bubble pool was the
most popular activity, however all the free food and snow cones came in a solid second, drawing a crowd of around 350.

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Wed
08
Oct

Mayor Dickie Allen

Mayor Dickie Allen (right) swears in new Bertram Police Department patrolmen Carey Headrick (left) and Scott Conner (center,) who have 30 years and six years of experience in law enforcement, respectively.
 
Wed
01
Oct

Bertram to host ‘souper’ benefit, say goodbye to long-time store

‘Souper Supper’ to aid library
 
Come out to the Elementary Cafeteria this Friday, Oct. 3, for a “souper” feast benefitting the Joanne Cole Mitte Memorial Library. Grab friends, neighbors and all the family and enjoy a 5:30 p.m. “all-youcan- eat” meal of soups made by some of the area’s greatest cooks! Cost is $7 per adult and $2 for children. Desserts will be available at a cost of $1.
 
Wed
24
Sep

Stephanie Lynn Clendennen ~ James Jeffrey Douglas

Mr. and Mrs. David Clendennen of Marble Falls are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Lynn Clendennen, to James Jeffrey Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Douglas of Leander.
 
Wed
24
Sep

Music filled the air last weekend at three Bertram venues

If you are a music lover you probably attended at least one of the open mike/sing-alongs held in the Bertram area last weekend. There was music at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Mahomet Christian Church and at the home of Greg and Kim Johnston. The last two also featured home-made ice cream, so the sound of music was extra sweet!
 

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