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+ + Page 4C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press January 20, 2016 % ii,~ Hays County "Images of Country & It's that time of year again! Bust out your boots and head to Drip- ping Spring Ranch Park Event Center for the annual Hays County Livestock Show Jan. 26- 28. Categories include home skills, ag mechan- ics, swine, goats, poultry and more that Hays County has to offer. Visit www.hayscountylive- stockshow.com for a full schedule and more information. Kyle" book Learn about the history of Kyle with the help oflo- ca| author Betty Harrison and the Hays County Historical Commission with the newly-published "Images of America: Kyle". Harrison will do a book signing at the Depot on Center Street on ]an. 23 from 10 a.m.-noon, atthe Kyle Public Library on ]an. 29 from noon-2 p.m., and Jan. 30 at the Texas Pie Company from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Books will be for sale at all three readings. Curious about severe weather? Want to help the National Weather Service by submitting severe weather reports? Come to the Skywarn Weather Spotter train- ing Feb. 1 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Kyle Fire Station at 210 W. Moore St. Classes are free and open to everyone. No registration required. Get the full schedule online at www.weather. gov/ewx. Join the Onion Creek Senior Center (111 Barton Crossing, Buda, TX 78610) for the Third Thursday Country & Western Dance wih live music by John Hanson. The kitchen will be open from 5:30 - 8 p.m. The dance will be from 6 - 9 p.m. The cost is $6 per person. The event is open to the public. C0iViMUN|TY BRIEFS Hunger STRIKE The Hays County Food Bank is seeking donations of items or services for a silent auction being held at our annual Hunger Strike bowling fundraiser. If you or your company has an item or service valued at $250+ that you would like to donate to help the food bank with our mission to feed men, women and Stolen Dog Continued from pg. ic times since the dogs were stolen in December. Heather Dalby, director of the PAWS shelter, said there has been a minor flux in calls for stolen dogs. "Most were about children in Hays County, Awareness month. please contact Melissa Donating is easy and the Reed at 512-392-8300 requirements change all extension 230 or mreed# the time, although there haysfoodbank.org, are restrictions on those who have lived overseas Community and those taking certain medications. Make sure Blood Dnve to eat prior to donating, The Kyle United bring your photo ID and Methodist Church willinvite a friend to donate host a blood drive with too. You can sign-up n onhne at https//god gl/ the Ce tral Texas Blood " : " |l ODIRW GRANDPA R I | |111:15 1:55 4:35 7:20 10:20 I| & Tissue Center, Sunday, OJwSm2. If you have any|1 *THE BOY g~,3 I| Jan. 24 from 8:30 a.m.- questions, or need help|112:20 3:00 5:40 8:20 10:50 I| noon in the Family signing up, contact Jodie |1 @THE 5TH WAVE ~,3I| |112:20 3:40 7:25 10:35 I| Life Center. January is Claes at 512-787-6711 or |1 ,t3 NOURS: SeCReT SOLDIERS "l| National Blood Donor jodieclaes@gmail.com. I I 9:05 o, lv I! |1 ,RI ONG 2 I| !111:10 1:30 2:05 4:25 4:55 7:10 I| ,,,. ,,, oo, .w.o._. ,, ~ ~ |l *NORM OFTHE NORTH,GI| " , |111:1o 2:00 8:20 I| ; | I THe REVENANT R [ | ~: ,,,1:40 3:o5 8:3o 9:55 i| "/- " / Sat,, Feb, 6 |1 STAR WARS: EORCE AWAKENS m-13I| |112:90 3:50 6:50 9:55 lJ ~~i Offering: dO Hereford bulls, 11 am |l THE FOREST Po-13I| ~~) 4 Brahman bulls, 100+ Hereford females, |112:35 3:10 5:45 8:10 10:30 I| g d J l *sorry, .o Passes/supersavers I| 40 Brahman females, 100 F1 Braford females "When your do oes ,eevi,,eUves,oc Commiss,o..,nc. ....... Sponsored by . 2218 US Hwy 59E, Beeville /. escape, or you th,nk ,t s sale info.,contact Robbie Morish 361-920-0012L ee,X7 eke, info@southtexashereford.org Y FYd. stolen, don't give up." animals that disappeared from backyards and -Heather Dalby, director of the PAWS shelter showed an increase in missing bully breeds like Pitbulls," Dalby said. While the dogs were he was young so she's numbers that can be lifelines for Blanchard, heartbroken too." traced to the company the Degitz were a lifeline The couple filed a holding the contact for Cocoa. Whenever report with Buda Police information. the couple would leave and studied the Cracker "The biggest him to run errands or Barrel surveillance video, misconception is that visit family, he would The camera wasn't aimed it's a GPS," Dalby said. whimper and show signs in the direction of the "It's not very invasive of anxiety, truck, she said. to scan the chip and "He would look like Cocoa is 22 pounds implanting it just feels he was thinking, where and 15 inches tall, she like a vaccination." is my mom, where is my said. The last time the Dalby said pet owners dad," she said. "I need couple saw him his hair could also use no-slip you now." was cut like a miniature collars and include Cocoa traveled with schnauzer, additional numbers on them everywhere until "He may look like a dog tags if needed. now. The couple was wooly lamb when all that "When your dog does for,'ed to move on to hair grows out," Georgia escape, or you think it's Rockport after having no said. 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