Amazing how the year is going by. June has brought us the heat and humidity. Along with that are sightings of the new fawn crop. We hope all are delighted with these amazing births of nature’s wonders. Please use caution as you mow, the fawns may be hidden in the tall grass. What will July and August bestow upon us?
UPCOMING EVENTS – You are all invited to the ORWMA Ice Cream Social on Saturday, July 20th at 6 PM. Bring a lawn chair and your ice cream bucket to Lynne Bigelow’s back yard (1287 Oakridge Road). We will be cranking the ice cream there to share with all. ORWMA will supply rock salt and ice. If homemade ice cream isn’t in your area of expertise bring a topping or desert (cookies/cake) to share. We will have a contest for: 1) most unusual flavor 2) personal favorite 3) creamiest 4) best presentation 5) most refreshing. (Jean Herring) All Oakridge is encouraged to come and if friends/family are visiting, bring them as well.
We will also roll out our new website at https://orwma.org. Membership is now being updated. If you have not filled out the membership application you may now find it on the website. On the home page, scroll over to “ABOUT” and you will see the membership application tab appear.
Seminar News: The Value of Land – Water, Oil, and Gas Leasing and Estate Planning Seminar-July 19, 2013. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Austin, Colorado, Fayette and Washington Counties will be sponsoring a Seminar on Issues Affecting Land Owners, on Friday, July 19, 2013, at the Cat Spring Ag Society Hall in Cat Spring. The focus of the program is make landowners aware of issues that could be affecting them in the near future. Pre-Registration required, 8:30-3:30, meal provided with registration, $50.00 per person or $75.00 per couple. Please contact the Texas AgriLife Extension Office of Colorado County at (979)732-2082.
IN THE WORKS –
August Deer Census- (Jim Trickett)
September 21 Oakridge WMA Fall Meeting
We are always excited to hear your comments — Have you seen the moon setting over Oakridge Ranch? Seize the moment—check out our website.
Larry Petter, President-ORWMA