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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press January 9, 2013 Sunday Country Dust off your dancing boots because the Good ale Boys Band will be playing traditional country dance music from 3-6:30 p.m. Jan. 13 at the Geronimo VFW Post 8456, 6808 N Highway 123, Geronimo. Doors (and the kitchen) open at 2 p.m. There is a $7 donation. The Geronimo VFVV is always smoke free and open to the public. You may have heard of quinoa and acai berry, but do know what they are or how to prepare them? The San Marcos Public Library will offer a workshop on nutrition and 'superfoods' at 7 p.m. Jan. 17. You'll learn how to add some excitement to your meals and improve your diet without spending a ton of money. Presenter Heather Martin is a registered and clinical dietician and will offer nutrition tips and valuable information. Call 512-393-8200 for more information. Grab your hat and read with the cat Youngsters and their families can enjoy a reading of Dr. Suess's "The Cat in the Hat" at 3 p.m. Jan. 13 at the San Marcos Public Library. There will also be craft making and free books from United Way volunteers and members of the San Marcos Area Board of Realtors. Children are invited to wear their favorite hat (especially if it's their "The Cat in the Hat" hat) for the reading. Classes, meetings, clubs, events and senior activities can be found at haysfreepress.com/ calendar. This link will also allow nonprofit organizations to submit an event for inclusion in our calendars. PHOTO BY DAVID WHITE Ecological tours at Jacob's Well Natural Area Join the Wimberley Valley Watershed Association at 10 a.m. every Saturday (except on holidays) for ecological tours at Jacob's Well Natural Area in Wimberley. Tours are free but donations are welcome. Contact 512-722-3390 for more information. Dinner and Grief A NewYear for some symbolizes a new beginning. This can be very difficult for those who have suffered a recent loss, or a loss in general. CTMC Family Grief Center invites participants to its "Dinner and Grief: Life After Loss" pro- gram. This program is designed by the American Cancer Society to help bereaved people better understand the process of grief and how to live through it in a healing way. It also provides a place for people to share their experiences and to support each other in their grief. The Life After Loss Adult Support Group will meet for five weeks at 6 p.m. begin- ning ]an. 21. There is no cost to attend. Call Abel Rodriguez at (512) 754-0322 to register. Charity Event Saturday 11 =,.-t p.. J=,. t z ,o.'L., thedoOr 17020 $. IH-P5 60da For information eo faet Nilza 512-6 =6-11042 or Wallis 512-5 4-90 t2 Sixlocal students named Texas A&M University recently named the following students to the Dean's Honor Roll or Dis- tinguished Student list. Students who maintain a 3.75 or higher grade point average while taking at least 15 semester hours are recognized as being on the Dean's Honor Roll. Those who earn 3.5 to 3.74 are designated as Distinguished. www.texascinema.com to Texas A&M honor roll, distinguised student list Senior Brandon W. Higgins Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Freshman Sarah A. Yager of Buda. of Kyle. Bachelor of Science, Sciences. Distinguished List Bachelor of Science - Civil Engi- Mechanical Engineering. Dean's neering. Distinguished List Honor Roll Junior Kelly A. Posey of Buda. Bachelor of Arts - English. Distin- guished List Senior Briana G. Miles of Driftwood. Bachelor of Science, Wildlife & Fish- eries Sciences. Dean's Honor Roll Junior Maria L. Acosta of Buda. Freshman Daniel M. Sexton of Buda. Bachelor of Arts - Political Science. Distinguished List New Year's Resolutions Survey Results Top 10 NewYear's Resolutions for 2012 1. Become more physically fit 2. Improve financial condition 3. Improve health 4. Lose weight 5. Read more 6. Change overall attitude; be more positive 7. Improve family relationships 8. Travel more 9. Do more volunteer work 10. Improve other relationships (friends, co-workers, neighbors) Top 10 NewYear's Resolutions for 2013 1. Become more physically fit 2. Improve financial condition 3. Improve health 4. Lose weight 5. Read more / Become more educated (NEW) 6. Improve work habits / career situation (NEW) 7. Travel more 8. Improve family relationships 9. Do more volunteer work 10. Change overall attitude: be more positive. 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The Disciples of Christ is a moderate denomination that welcomes everyone to the Communion table, as Jesus welcomed us, One of our founders used a phrase that aptly describes us: "No creed but Christ; no book but the Bible." In addition, we do not have a central policy on cuffent political issues, as we respect each others' beliefs, Our membership is very diverse, having welcomed thousands from other denominations Our traditional farm of baptism is by immer- si0~l, but we respect the traditions 0f those who have been baptized by other methods. Please drop me a note via U,S. Mail or by email if you are interested in assisting me or in providing me some positive insight in this new and exciting venture as we begin the new year, Thank you very much. Rev. J,O. Elshofl 1105 Grandview Drive San Marcos, TX 78660 jelshoff@earthlink.net