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Yantis Masonic Lodge hosting 13th Annual Fish Fry this Saturday

Members of Yantis Masonic Lodge 382 will host their annual Fish Fry fundraiser at the lodge in Yantis this Saturday, May 16.

The annual event is the main source of revenue for the Lodge, and enables the group to continue providing scholarships for graduating seniors at Yantis High School.

According to Yantis Lodge Senior Warden Jimmy Rogers, this year's event promises to be bigger and better than ever and Lodge members are hoping parents of Yantis school children and the general public in the Yantis area will stop by and enjoy fish while supporting the Lodge programs.

Lodge members promise plenty of delicious fried catfish filets with all of the fixings and plenty of homemade desserts. Take-out dinners will also be available in case someone wants to share their catfish with those that couldn't make it to the Lodge, or simply want to enjoy their meal at home.

Meals will be served beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday, and will continue until the food is gone.

Tickets will be available at the door, in advance from any member of the Lodge, or contact Jimmy Rogers at 903-850-2244 for tickets or information.

— Information submitted by Gordon H. Krantz, past Master of Yantis Masonic Lodge #382.

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Yantis Independent School District’s regular board of trustees meeting was fairly normal for May — aside from one major item which leaves the district without a top administrator until Friday afternoon. School trustees voted Monday following an executive session to place Superintendent Michael Barnett “on administrative leave with pay pending further notice,” business manager Kristi Beech said Tuesday, reading from a prepared statement.

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