A torrential pregame downpour Friday night at waterlogged Wildcat Stadium was a precursor to an overwhelming flood of yards and touchdowns by Temple running backs Anthony Jackson and De’Jon Overton.
People packed into Barrow Brewing Co. in Salado Thursday evening to enjoy a pint of beer and a stimulating discussion led by the Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, Bishop of Texas.
The best wursts will be cooked up and served during Covenant Lutheran Church’s “Best of the Wurst” meal Sunday, Oct. 28. Serving will begin 11 a.m. and end 1:30 p.m. The church is located at 4202 Hickory Road in Temple.
It will be the third time the church hosts its German meal consisting of sausage, German potato salad, sauerkraut, red cabbage and green beans. Plates cost $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. A selection of homemade desserts will be available for a freewill offering. Takeout plates will also be available.
Recently I’ve had the opportunity to participate in the training of new clergy leaders for my particular church denomination. It’s been an interesting experience, one which I have had plenty of experience, in past years.
Central Texans will have another bustling weekend offering a variety of events to look forward to including festivals, a wellness expo, a race over an inflatable obstacle course and more.
Happenings in the Central Texas area this weekend will include fall festivals and markets, a car show, the Tri-City Gem and Mineral Show, a Christmas shopping preview and much more.
Central Texans of all ages will have plenty of events to keep them entertained this weekend including Sirena Fest, the Texas Corgi Roundup, the Tractor and Engine Show, fall festivals and much, much more.