Last Updated 10/07/2014
Millsap Community Annual Turkey Dinner
Millsap Elementary Cafateria
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
The Turkey dinner has been
associated with the Millsap Fire Rescue for over fifty years. Last year MFR shifted the focus of the Turkey
Dinner to include the entire Millsap Community. The Turkey Dinner will continue to provide a $1000.00 scholarship
to a Millsap ISD student. As the dinner grows we hope to expand the scholarship program. All nonprofit organizations that that
support the Millsap community is encouraged to participate. Last year the Girls and Boys Basketball teams participated, along with
the Girl Scouts and other school organizations.
This year we are proud to announce the participation of:
Millsap Beta Club
MISD Floral Design
MISD Prom Committee
Millsap Community Support Group
Cake Contest is returning this year. Entrants are encouraged to present thier cake to the Millsap Elementary Cafeteria by 10:30 am
on November 9th. If you need more information concerning the cake contest please contact Beth Adkins via email email@example.com
Girl Scouts are putting together a quilt made from t-shirts that Millsap logos, (sports, clubs, ect.). The quilt will be auctioned
at the dinner. If you have a t-shirt you want to donate to the quilt please contact Jana Morazzano via email firstname.lastname@example.org or
The Millsap Community Support Group will be hosting the Craft Fair this year. If you wish to be
a vendor for the craft fair please contact Donna Anderson at 817-915-3013. The Support Group will also be having a Can Food
Drive for the Food Pantry at the Millsap Baptist Church. The Group will also be having the kick off for the Angel Tree program at
Record low rainfall for the month of September is triggering numerous grass fires throughout Parker County, according to Parker County
Interim Fire Marshal George Teague, who said he will consider recommending a burn ban.
“We’ve been having one or two grass fires
a day,” he said. “It’s under 18 percent relative humidity, and when it’s under 25 percent it doesn’t take much to start a grass fire.
Residents need to be especially careful right now, according to Teague.
Millsap Fire Rescue recommends no outdoor burning due to the
high potential for a wildfire due to the dry windy conditions. Any wildfire will also put a strain on a depleted water supply
DANGER IS HIGH