Around the County
West Texas Rehab luncheon in Miles
The Donor Relations Team from West Texas Rehab recently held a luncheon at The Depot at Top Tier in Miles. The lunch consisted of grilled burgers, french fries and condiments. The beef was provided by Bill Belew of B & M Belew Farms.
The parking lot at The Depot was packed with vehicles, so much so that they had to start parking on both sides of the building. Donnie and Danelle Schwertner and the Miles Lions Club hosted the event at The Depot. The Schwertners also own Top Tier Grain & Feed.
The Donor Relations team invited the high school seniors as well as the general public.
Donnie spoke about his link to West Texas Rehab, "My mother worked there for 34 years. It's a special place. The turnout for this lunch is great."
If you didn't want to dine at one of the beautiful picnic tables under the awning of The Depot, you could get a to-go plate. Approximately 100 people attended the event. Old friends and new friends shared laughs and stories throughout the lunch.
West Texas Rehab's Donor Relations team will help local businesses host events such as the one at The Depot. You can find out more information about the team by going to the website, westtexasrehabl.org.
Winters High School students medal at UIL state.
Winters High School senior Zach Wheat and junior McCaelyn Beuschel medaled in the State 2A UIL Academic Meet, held last Saturday.
Wheat placed fourth in Current Issues & Events, with only seven-tenths of a point separating first through fourth places. Beuschel finished sixth in Headline Writing. Wheat also placed 10th in Social Studies. - submitted by Deb Pritchard