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The Punchers continued their 2017 streak last Friday, racking up a big 47-6 win over the Comfort Bobcats down in Kendal County. The first score of the night didn't occur until half way through the first quarter. After a prolonged Puncher drive, Jake Cockerham made the final 6-yard carry for the Mason team.
Runners from across the state will head to Mason, Texas on Saturday, September 30, 2017 for the 11th Annual Gem of the Hill Country 5K & 10K Run/Walk, sponsored by Permian FracsSand. The race will begin at 8:30 a.m. in front of the M. Bevin Eckert Library just south of the town Courthouse and Square. The 5K & 10K courses meander through the charming and historic neighborhoods of Mason, featuring hills, valleys, and some of the most scenic views in the Texas Hill Country.
The 67th Llano River Valley German Hymn Fest will be held on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at the First United Methodist Church in Mason beginning at 3:00 p.m. In 1951, Rev. W.R. Birkner & Hugo Schulze decided to celebrate the singing of hymns in German to the glory of God, and to express appreciation for the Christian faith of early German settlers, and to preserve the inspiration of God’s word as expressed through the German language.
It’s time once again to map the future of agriculture in Mason County for the coming year. Mason County Farm Bureau (CFB) will host their annual meeting at 6:00 PM, October 3, 2017. “Our county convention, or annual meeting, is an excellent opportunity for members to meet one another, discuss issues we face and chart the future of our county Farm Bureau for the upcoming year,” Shannon Worrell, Mason CFB president, said. The CFB will craft policies to guide the organization in 2018 a ...
Everyone is invited to the 6th Annual Fundraising Dinner for Mason Young Life! We invite you to learn more about this exciting ministry and how it is impacting the lives of students right here in Mason! Young Life ministries around the world are “locally grown” by concerned adults who want to make a difference in the lives of kids in their communities.


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