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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays Free Press * January 18, 2017 + Two Lobos chosen as for All-State Lehman High School's Lobo Choir is celebrating two of its own, junior Bri- anna Boone and sopho- more David Garcia, as they've been tabbed as Alternates for the 2017 All-State Choir. Boone, who rose through the qualifying auditions as an Alto 2, and Garcia, who rose through those same auditions as a Tenor 2, are under the tutelage of LHS Choir Director Andrea Baragas. PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN PHOTO BY DEBRA FLYNN Lobo photogs stage 'Where No One Is' show Lehman High School's Photography 3/4 students each exhibited seven images and the Lobo faculty and staff entered their work, as well, in the impressive 2017 staging of the "Where No One Is" Photography Show. LHS Art teacher Debra Flynn indicates the students' work included thematic images of animals, nature, and evidence of people. "We're wrapping up our fall show this week and it was awesome" Flynn said of the show. Participants are (back, I-r) Stefani Ma- cias, Arcelia Deleon, Andre Alexander, Michael Noel; (center, I-r) Mackensi Guerrero, Kelsey Rolls, David Baars, Clarisa Sanchez; (front, I-r) Amaya Barbarena, Marisa Tambur and Mary Fifer. Saving Grace Continued from pg. 3B a community agreement to give the child some space and not talk about it for a while." Loya, who works at Blanco Vista Elementary, quickly left work to care for her daughter. It was a moment that was "very scary" for the student. "She thought blacking out was death upon her," Loya said. "She was very grateful. She was very scared, but very grateful." After the incident, LOyasought a way to express her gratitude to Cyphers for her actions. She eventually spoke with Tim Persall, Hays CISD assisfant "She thought blacking out was death upon her ... She was very grateful. She was very scared, but very grateful." -Leann Loya superintendent of elementary schools, and Tim Savoy, public information officer. Together, they chose to present Cyphers with a plaque. For Cyphers, training played a vital role in success of the Heimlich maneuver. Prior to the start of the school year, Cyl herS required I to go through first aid, CPR and AED training for cheerleading recertification. Being prepared helped her take action in the heat of the moment. "It's hard to take gratitude for that because I was doing what needed to be done," Cyphers said. GREAT PRIMARY CARE. ONE: CALL AWAY. Schedule an appointment in your neighborhood today. to,t free I 844 235 8441. Calt : - . i. Answered 7 days a week, Extended hours and some same-day illness appointments available. Locations in Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Kyle, Smithville, Bastrop, Luling, and Lockhart. Seto onet/Primary-Care LITTLE HUMANS ,ARE A VERY EAStE DEALTO US,, Dell Children's is now offering Emergency Care at Seton Hedical Center Hays. At, you can now hold your place in line. Meaning, you'll be seen within 15 minutes of your scheduled time. Remember, is for mini emergencies only. If your child .is experiencing a major emergency, get to the ER ASAP or dial 9-1-1. fl [ = i , il i' IJi 'iii / iii ;I +