Lampasas site for Classics at the Classic

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The Elderly Brothers



Those who love vintage automobiles or enjoy old-time Rock 'n' Roll music, you should come to the 10th Annual Classics at the Classic Car Show in Lampasas on Saturday, Sept 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Storm's -founded in 1950- is the perfect setting for the annual gathering of the antique car aficionados. The event will be held in two paved lots behind the classic 1950's drive-in. (201 N. Key Ave., Lampasas, TX 76550.)

The beat goes on with the Texas Elderly Brothers, a 5-piece band that brings back memories of the Fifties with tuns by Elvis, who was a Storm's customer. They also play music of Buddy Holly, Beach Boys, The Everly Brothers and other early Rock 'n' Rollers.

If you have a classic car to show, bring it. Otherwise just come and join the fun.

Admission is free!

For more information on the event contact Sharon Carrigan at 512-734-5180.



Moms in Motion: Creating a space where mom can care for herself and recharge!

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Hard working mom Amy Rosa is launching a new Moms In Motion tribeFIT in Lampasas, Texas. Catering not only to the moms and women of Lampasas, but also Kempner, Lometa, and Burnet.



By Jenn Robison

Burnet Bulletin

Moms In Motion was established in 1999 as a means to give moms that "time to recharge." It uses fitness as a medium for moms to care for themselves, so they are at their best in all their roles. The goal of Hill Country Moms In Motion is to bring women in the community together to work out and form friendships and support groups.

Hill Country Moms In Motion moveFIT class will meet Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., at B.M. Brooks Park in Lampasas. The first class is free and moms are welcome to bring their stroller-aged kids, but are asked not to bring those that are too big for strollers.

Eventually, Moms in Motion will be adding another class for working moms on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and Saturdays at 6 a.m.. Not a mom? No problem! Women of all ages are welcome, whether from Lampasas, Lometa, Kempner or Burnet.


There's no place like home! 'Bachelorette' star Pell returns for Saturday concert

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Country music singer-songerwriter Luke Pell


By Lew K. Cohn

Managing Editor

Burnet Bulletin

He may be better known to millions of viewers for his stint on the reality TV show, “The Bachelorette,” but country music singer-songwriter Luke Pell still considers himself a Burnet, Texas, boy at heart who has been fortunate enough to chase his passion since graduating from Burnet High School in 2003.

At 9 p.m. Saturday, Pell and his band will perform at Toupsie's in Lampasas. It marks the first time since the Burnet Concert Series in May 2016, when he opened for Kyle Park, that Pell has played this close to home.

“I'm very excited and so glad to be back and to get to play on home turf,” he said. “We last played Toupsies about two years ago, so it's been a while since we've been there as well.


Burnet County Sheriff's employee dies in apparent murder-suicide

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Facebook photo of Millie and Deborah Chance taken from Millie Chance's Facebook page.

A Burnet County Sheriff's Office employee died Friday morning in what officials believe may have been a murder-suicide at a Lampasas home.

Millie Chance, 24, worked in the Burnet County Jail. She died Friday morning at Baylor Scott & White Hospital in Temple, where she had been airlifted the previous day.

Lampasas police officers had responded just before noon Thursday to a disturbance call at a residence at 702 W. North Ave. after a woman called 911 to ask for help, but the call was disconnected. When officers arrived, they knocked on the door but got no answer. Then, they heard two noises that appeared to be gunshots coming from inside the house.

Officers forced entry into the home and found Deborah Chance, 47, dead at the scene from an apparent gunshot wound. Millie Chance was still alive, but had what appeared to be a gunshot wound to the head. A post on the Burnet County Sheriff's Office Facebook page on Friday announced Millie Chance's death.


CenTex Cow/Calf Clinic slated Sept. 22 in Lampasas

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The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will conduct the Central Texas Cow/Calf Clinic on Sept. 22 in Lampasas.

The clinic starts with registration at 8 a.m. at the Lampasas County Farm Bureau Building, 1793 North US 281. The program will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end with a catered lunch at noon.

Heath Lusty, AgriLife Extension agent in Lampasas County, said the clinic will deal with beef cattle health issues pertinent to West Central Texas producers.

“This will be a pretty diverse program, but one with some good solid take-home information producers can leave with and use in their own operations,” Lusty said.

Topics and speakers will include:


Cecil Atkission Motors announces new general manager

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From physical therapy to rodeo bull-fighting to insurance sales, Mark Ball is a man who understands competitive effort. Ball, a native of Lampasas and graduate of Lampasas High School, has been promoted by Cecil Atkission Motors in Burnet this month. The dealership has been designated by Fiat Chrysler Group as a Five Star Recognized service dealer. The dealership sells Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram brand vehicles, and services all makes and models of cars, trucks, and SUVs.


Ball is a former physical trainer and avid fitness aficionado, but Cecil Atkission commented on other attributes, “Mark is quick with a smile. And we noticed his leadership style is very much as a servant-leader. He will never ask anyone to do anything he can’t or won’t do himself. We’re confident we have a leader with integrity in the general manager’s role here.”


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