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Page 2C NBGHBORS Hays Free Press * January 20, 2010 .et's play 'ootsie!" There will a free footsie touma- ant atthe Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center on Friday, Feb. 5. Pre-register at the center on Thursdays or register the day of the tour/mment from 9 tmtil 9:30 a.m., with play starting at 9"30. A lunch will be served at noon. Contact Pat German at 268-1972 for more information. Also a free "42" tournament will be played at the Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center on Frida Feb. 12. To register or for more information contact Nolan Kunkel at 312-5582. Ne Buda HEB shoppers can help feed hungry people in Hays County by purchasing pre-made bags of food or making a dona- tion using coupons at the check out stands. The Super Bowl of Caring runs unfl Feb. 7. Look for the display at the local store. Ne The Buda/Kyle Relay for Life is looking for survivors, com- mittee members and teams. If you would like to participate contact Becky Fisher at 512- 750-4697. go• This Saturday, Jan. 23, is the start ofthe annual Girl Scout cookie sales. Cookies can be purchased for $3.50 per box until Feb. 26. Proceeds directly beneft the Girl Scouts of Cen- tral Texas, which serves more than 20,000 girls in grades K-12. Be sure to buy a box or two, they are really good. ' Birthday wishes go out to Suzanne Hallam, Annette Chambers Rodriguez and Louise Daehke on ]an. 22;Charles McCormick and the Grizzle twins, Grant and Garison, (who will turn four years old) on Jan. 23; Pam and her hubby Mike Huckaby on Jan. 25; I ila Knight on Jan. 26. The 18th annual memberstiip meeting ofthe Friends of the Buda Librarywill be held at the Basil Anthony Moreau Library on Sun., Jan. 31. The group will gather at 2 p.m. to recognize the library staff and volunteers, hold a short business meeting, enjoy refreshments and visit with all the friends. Make lime to stop by and become a friend. or some reason I keep commenting on the weather. Folks, after the last couple of years of reporting the lack of raffl, I welcome every drop of wa- ter that falls. This last front brought 2-1/2 to 3 inches to the community, filling all farm ponds to the brim and overflowing. Also several low water crossings were closed or should have been. No warning signs were placed on the Plum Creek Road and the creek was over the cross- ing and too high to cross. So the next time it rains, please be aware as you come around the curves of South Plum Creek Rd. The first annum Congre- gational meeting of St. John Lutheran Church was well attended. After a hearty car- ry in "pot luck" lunch, • Presi- dent George Lyons called the meeting to order. As this was the first meeting of the newly organized Lutheran Church, various committees gave reports of what had' been done and needed to be accomplished. It was an- nounced that the Men's Fel- lowship were planning their bar-b-que sometime in May. The Women's Guild will have their Harvest Festival on the first Sat. in October. Susan ]anicki will head the usher list. Our thanks to Cindy Al- exander for a job well done. Cindy resigned after several years of assisting ushers. New councilpersons will be installed as soon as their position is voted on. Thanks also to the hosting commit- tee of the luncheon. O•• . Happy birthday (belated) to Bobby Jean Hagedom on ]an. 17. eee A bridal shower honoring Krislyn Schnautz, bride- elect of Michael Stephens, was held in St. John Lu- theran Rec Center on Sun., Jan. 17. Guests were invited to play several games before Krislyn opened her many useful and beautiful gifts. The serving table held a de- licious cake with red deco- rations, red roses and an assortment of nuts. Punch and coffee were also served. Hosting the event were Mar- ian Loep, Barbara Ilse, Judy Schnautz, Sharon Heide- man, Debbie Moore, Carol Schumann, Beverly Kleen and Lois Daugherty. While the girls were enjoying the shower, Daniel Heideman, along with guest, Benny Schumann of New Braunfels, Clarence Heide- man of San Marcos, Mike Moore of Kyle and Brian. Heideman watched the Cowboys and the Vikings football game. The news of the death of Mrs. Ruby Schroeder of Lockhart came too late to be included in this column last week. Ruby was a faithful reader of this column. She leaves a devoted family and many, many friertds who. will miss her. Sympathy is extended to her family and all who knew her. Funeral services were held Thurs.; Jan. 14 at McCurdy Funeral home in Lockhart. Seems like some kind of virus or flu has .been ram- pant in many families' home. Hope all are better now. ' , ] , i Montage Continued from pg. 1C Happy January 4  Birth- day, James Polk! On your day, Ron and I saw bluebirds on the telephone wires behind the Church of Christ and recounted how you helped with the nestbox there ten years ago - that attracted nesting Eastern Bluebirds to our vicinity. We celebrated RonTom's January 2 "d birthday with a trip to Schlitterbahn's Hill Country Christmas. Over a million cascading and layered and strung and drip- ping lights. My face dripped, as the Mr filled with the "Hallelujah Chorus", the grand finale of the "The Greatest Story Ever Told" in Scripture and choreographed lights. We remained standing for a few moments afterwards, our air taken away. The toboggan ride gave us a nice run for our money. And, the hot tub was cool on the cold night. The lights reflecting in the God-made Comal River sure beat the lights on the man-made River Walk, in my opinion. Lovely night with a 63-year- old handsome young fellow. During the first weeks of January, a handful of blue jewels have bathed in our birdbaths. So beauti- ful. Keepclean feeders up all year lang. Boil one part sugar with four parts water. Cool. Hummzinger feeder! So easy to clean and guar- anteed for life. Every few years, I send some back with cracked plastic where the rod inserts. All year outside in Texas conditions is brutal on plastic! Roger Green clued on the Humm- zinger years ago. (I sure miss Jackie.) In the next six weeks, Eastern Bluebirds will pair up for nesting season. e•• Heads up! Loving Moun- tain City will collect for PAWS in February. Pause to ponder what you might add to your grocery list or find at home. Watch for details. I opined poorly on LED lights in early December. Our white LEDs mixed with white standard looked aw- ful. But, the Garza's lovely colored light display was LED. At our cul-de-sac par- ty the week of Christmas, Mary said Roland chose the LEDs since 40 or more strings can be connected. I could sure use 40 or more connectable tidbits - f[om here, there, and . yonder - all over Mountain City. or 512-268-5678. Thanks! Love, Pauline THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 • Hays Youth Baseball walk-in registration, 6:30-8:30 p.m., (Jeff, 295-4314) SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 • Hays County Horse Show • Hays Youth Baseball walk-in registration, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (Jeff, 295-4314) The Hays Free Press is dedicating a special section of the Bulletin Board to Senior Citizens. If you have any organizations or events for this section, please email to or San- or mail to The Free Press, P. O. Box 339, Buda, 78610. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 . • Onion Creek Senior Citizens menu: Pork Loin, Mac & Cheese, Green Beans, Cobbler THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens menu: Covered dish, meat pro- vided, bring a dish to share TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 • KASZ, St. Anthony's Church, 9:30 a.m. Lunch at noon, menu: bdng anything,chicken • Game night at Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 6 p.m. BULLETIN BOARD SUNDAY, JANUARY 24 • Health Fair and Screening, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., St. Anthony Parish Hall, 801 N. Burleson, Kyle. Learn and wellness issues and take advantage of some free professional health services. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26 • Relay for Life of Buda/Kyle team captain meeting, 6:30 p.m., Bar- ton Middle School Library WED-SAT, JANUARY 27-30 • Hays County Livestock Show THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 • League of Women Voters 22nd annual Texas Wine Tasting event, 6-8 p.m., Quail Creek Country r SENIOR BULLETINS I IIII IIIII MONDAYS • Shingles vaccine is available at the Hays County Health Dept. If your health insurance will not pay for the vaccine, then you will be eligible. Call the Health Dept. at 393-5520 and tell them you are going to the Kyle Health Dept., so that the staff will bring plenty of the vaccine with them. No appointment is necessary. Cost is $50. The Kyle Health Dept. is open on Mondays 1 to 6 p.m. and Tuesdays 1 to 4 p.m. FIRST TUESDAY • Games of canasta and 42, Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, 6 p.m. Cost $2. (295-4422) SECOND MONDAY • Kyle Quilters meet on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Kyle Commu- nity Library, 409 W. Blanco St. SECOND TUESDAY • First Baptist Church in Kyle has a senior luncheon at noon on the second Tuesday of each month. Open to all seniors in the Kyle area. EVERY TUESDAY • Quilting at Onion Creek Se- nior Citizens in Buda from 10 a.m. untilnoon. For information call Chris at 295-5711. EVERY WEDNESDAY • Duplicate Bridge, Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, 11:30 (Call Donna 268- 4672) EVERY THURSDAY • The Onion Creek Senior Citi- zens in Buda are inviting all !o- cal seniors to stop by for lunch and socializing every Thursday at the Center on FM 2770 and t Club, Highway 21, San Marcos SUNDAY, JANUARY 31 • 18th Annual Membership Meet- ing, Buda Library, 2 p.m. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 • Hays Youth Baseball late reg- istration and tryouts, visit www. Barton's Crossing (behind the JP's office). Doors open at 9 a.m. for games and visiting. Lunch is served at noon. (Cost $4) For information call Sandra at 468-4451 or on Thui'sday call the center at 295-3413. THIRD THURSDAY • National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association meet at 10 a.m. at the South Austin Senior Center, 3911 Manchaca Rd, Austin EVERY WEEK DAY • Kyle Meals on Wheels is meeting at the Old Police Station at 103 S. Front St. Table games start at 9:30 a.m. each day with meals served at 11:30 a.m. Reid 's l 00i.-to: "00KT Plant Trees and Shrubs l ursery Start Seeds Plan Your Garden • NATIVE t ADAPTED PLANTS ; i - OR6ANIC SOILS & FERTILm : 1 00/0 ! l • PLANT & WILDLIFE GUIDES i l 'OFF' • GARDEN ART & MORE! , I l ! (512) 398 ' Call -6011 , I 5,SSOFM2720 Opengam-5pm II All purchases', Kyle/Uhland Area Tuesday-Sunday I l Closed Mondays l exr2/2a/lO l I. ,a 10 minutes east of 11-1-35. Take 150 East to Hwy 21. Turn left (north). Go a few miles, turn right at FM 2-/20, just past the Bon Ton Meat Market. We're about 1.5 miles clown on the left. 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