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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays Free Press January 20, 2010- PHOTOS BYJIMCULLEN Serving on. MLK Day In the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr., Hays and Lehman high school students turned out in force Saturday for a day of community service. The Lobes (left) helped organize and beautify the grounds at the Southside Community Center, performed art projects and learned about the center's services. Hays students (right) tielped out at the Greater San Maroos Youth Council Children's Shelter, painting picnic tables and organizing the children's arts and crafts areas. School Briefs : Continued from pg. 3B -,, Pennies Veterinarian John Tarlton is world of the Internet, will be the Free Application for Feder- next year's incoming freshman handling the professional du- offered Tuesday, Feb. 3, 6:30 al Student Aid (FAFSA), a form parents during its infomation- for tieS, offering a complete yearly p.m., at the Hays High School critical to receiving financial al meeting Thursday, Jan. 28, Patients vaccine for dogs or cats for Career and Tech Auditorium. assistance for college. ' at 6:30 p.m at Lehman High $20. Individual rabies vaccina- The session deals with digital School. Blanco Vista lions for dogs or cats, DGHLP/ documents, with parents of- Elementary 4th Parvo/Corona for dogs, borda- feredinsightonhowYouTube, Stars'selling BulMogs offer bars grader Diego Concha proudly tella (kennel cough) for dogs, photo and video sharing and and individual PRCC/Feluk online gaming/virtual worlds candles Buda Elementary School 4 th displays one of vaccinations for cats are also can affect future jobs and Fuentes Elementary School graders are offeringWorld's the huge packag- available at a minimal cost. college acceptance. For more 4  graders are segLug hand- Finest Chocolate bars to help es of coins rolling For additional information, information, contact Marcia poured soy candies for $10. pay for their spring trip to The in for the campus "Pennies for Pa- call Land Tarlton or Dr. Tarlton McClendon, the district's Reports from the campus de- Outdoor School. Five varlet- tients" campaign, at 512-238-1093. director of instructional tech- cribe the candles as "highly ies are available and their a fund-raiser nology, at 268-8141, ext. 6030. scented and smellwonderful!" wrappers include a Pizza Hut honoring local They are the products of a coupon. All Buda Elemen- student "heroes" locally-owned family business tary 4  grade teachers have who are blood Musical seats on RnanClal facts and bum for approximately the bars, but to order or for cancer survivors sale now -.. 70+ hours. Funds raised will more information, contact and benefiting owereo help send the Stars to Camp Karen Sugivent at stflJiventk@ The Leukemia Advance reserved seat and Lymphoma tickets are going fast for the 5  Lehman High School will Champions, near Marble or 268-8439, ext. Society. Annual District Musical. This host a financial aid seminar Falls. Twenty-three scents 8567. year's production, "How to for seniors and their parents are available, from Angel Succeed in Business Without Tuesday, Jan. 26, 6:30-7:30 Wings to "W-fldberry Zinger  pushing ReallyTrying," is set for three p.m. in the Lehman HS The- Tea. To order, contact Candace Underwood at underwoodc@ consecutive 7 p.m.'shows at ater. Hays High hosts its own ha3/, po the Performing Arts Center, "Financial Aid Night" in the Yet another current local Lunch Menus Thursday, Friday and Saturday, HHS Library Thursday, Jan. 28, fundraiser is that of the Leh- Feb. 4-6. All tickets are Sl0 and 6:30-7 p.m. HHS, the public is advised to call to The first of four "Financial Next LHS man High School Star Strut- Continued from pg. 3B ters Dance Team, offering $1 HClSD HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH MENU reserve tickets for the always- Aid Saturdays" is set forlocal fish get info bags ofDeanan Gourmet Pop- popular performance, di- high school seniors start- com. Flavors include White uuigrs Eatery, Gourmet Monday, 1/25 rected by Malcolm Nelson. For ing Saturday, February 6, Hays High'Sc.hool hosts Cheddar, Salsa and Cheddar, Greens, Adobe Grill, Rotisserie chicken - Ballpark Classics, The Chicken fajlta tacos rickets, ca]] Donna Andrade at 8:30-12:30 p.m., at Hays High a Tuesday, ]an. 26, meeting Butter, Yellow Cheese, Vaniga De, offer daily pizza, Grilled ham/cheese 268-8443, ext. 7502 or emag School. Hays High wig also about 2010-2011 registration and Caramel. Contact any Star fresh salads, Mexican, Beefy ravioli burgers, subs, fresh Vegetable Io mein, host the February 13 event, for parents of next year's fresh- Strutter or sponsor Barbara fruit and veggie bar then Lehman High School man class. Set for 6 p.m. in Stangler at 268-8454, ext. 7672 Tuesday, 1/26 math hosts sessions Saturday; Feb- the HHS cafeteria, the meet- or Friday, 1/22 Beefy baked ziti I00ld Oven baked chicken Chicken nacnos .cOining rum 20 and Saturday, March ing will offer information on Funds raised dig help with Crispy tacos BBQ beef sliders 6. The events assist seniors available freshman courses, the group's contest season and BBQ beef sandwich Pasta/marinara Pasta primavera . Sweet/sour chicken and their parents in filling out Lehman High School hosts spring show. Orange chicken Chapa Middle School hosts "Mad Math Night" Tuesday, Jan. 26, 6-8 p.m. Friends and family are invited to join the Cougar math teachers for games, puzzles and more. Refreshments will be served and daycare will be provided. The event is free. Digital documents detailed The third in a three-part training series fo.r adults, designed to help navigate the Enroll your child now for Winter Sessions. 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