Cash donations can be made to an account set up through Comanche National Bank branches in Cool and Millsap. Our hopes are that Mr. Hubik recovers soon, so hang in there Mr. and Mrs. Hubik!
As January was School Board Appreciation Month – as recognized by the state of Texas – the Millsap ISD school board was given well-deserved honors and accolades by the community and schools. All three schools’ staff and students honored the board members, with the elementary making a presentation to them and the middle and high school Beta Clubs recognizing these dedicated, elected volunteers.
The school board’s job is to establish a vision for the education program, design a structure to achieve that vision, assure the schools are accountable to the community and strongly advocate continuous improvement in students’ learning and the programs. This all entails a myriad of duties and countless hours of work. Those on the Millsap school board have all dedicated themselves to these goals for a number of years. Our board members, with their years of service, are: President Dr. Dene Herbel, 13 years; Vice President Mike Stack, eight years; Secretary Jerry Walker, nine years; Christy Burton, five years; Paul Evans, four years; Tommy Lucia, six years; and Alan Richardson, five years.
Hope each of you enjoyed being honored and much thanks for your hard work for the good of Millsap ISD.
Something new to Millsap is the Cup a Hope Coffee House, located at the Millsap First Baptist Church. It is open Tuesday mornings 8:30-10 a.m., with plenty of coffee and conversation available. For those facing difficult life questions and situations this place offers care and help. It’s great to have this ministry available right here in our community, so if you need someone to listen or talk with you will be very welcome to come in. Welcome, and many blessings Cup a Hope.