This is sure to be very enriching for all who attend.
With fishing weather here, there’s a new Live Bait Shop on the north side of Hwy. 180 about two miles west of Cool. It is open seven days a week, 7 a.m.-7 p.m., and the owner will even open after hours if the order is three dozen or more of available items.
The regular baits include minnows, shrimp, liver, worms, and stink bait. The shop is also going to carry cement picnic tables, statues, and bird baths. This business is easy to see with its big sign and small flags, and for any questions call 940 452-3306.
New places to shop are always welcome and many should enjoy this specialty store.
In Millsap city news, at the recent City Council meeting Councilman Michael Kinman was elected Mayor Pro Tem. Mr. Kinman serves the community selflessly in many ways so will do a great job in this new position.
The council is considering building a deck on the back of the City Hall, so bids are being taken to decide whether this project is financially feasible.
At the June meeting of Cool’s City Council members of the Cool Garner VFD were present to discuss plans for the possibility of joining Greenwood ESD No. 7, as Millsap VFD did last year. The Cool Garner Department has taken the first step in this process, and they hope to have this issue on the ballot in the November election.
With June 14 being Flag Day there will be many celebrations. This day commemorates the adoption of the design of the U.S. Flag by the Second Continental Congress in 1777.
What a glorious flag!
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