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~I r L~IL UJ,| Jli I I IRII~ ...................... .--+: .... Page 4B =p F=NCMION Hays Free Press * January 26, 2011 + I BYWUNCYW Teachers review text for possible adopllon A large turnout of Hays CISD staffers tumed out for the recent Publisher's Showcase at Barton Middle School to get a first look at state-adopted textbooks and begin consideration of their eventual recommendations for local teachers (back, left to right) are alga Fischer and Roxane Landon and PHOTO BY K]BmI.J(MES Kyle Elementary third-grader Emory Saucedo was the winner of the 3rd grade t-shirt design contest. As part of his award he was allowed to be on-hand at B.J.'s Special- Tees in San Marcos for the actual creation of the first of the new shirts. Seen at the machine that ; ;- does the work 2 are (left to right)_ B.J.'s employee Aaron Rucker,. shop owner . + B.J. Hage- " man, Jr., and ' design contest- i winner Emory Saucedo. Continued from pg. 3B which he spearheads, Riecss says that, despite early par- ticipants' virtual lack of expe- rience with Broadway-style shows, he "knew down deep that, if we could involve as many students as possible in the entire production envi- ronment, we would be able to sustain an annual musical event, something the district lacked as an educational ex- perience." The succession of musicals annually increased the degree of difficulty to the point that Riecss says, "This year's pro- duction of"Halrspray" will be the most challenging in every aspect of singing, dancing, staging, music and costuming to date." The Feb. 3-5 three-night "Hairspray" run is comple- mented with a Saturday, Feb. 5, 2 p.m. matinee. Reserved seat tickets are $10 and are available now by calling the Performing Arts Center at 268- 8443. LEc~cY CHURCH ;;!:i!%)i ~! the FOIl YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FOR HEALTHY U N6 FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Join the Hays Communities YMCA before Jan. 3 1st and we'll pay your joining fee - a $48 value i- and provide a free gift!* FREE FAMILY EVENT Saturday ]an. 29 Are you one of the 26.3 million people who suffer from diabetes? Are you proactive about your health and taking pmven, tative measures? Join us for this informative seminar that wiiJ 6 xPlai6 traditional and nontraditional approaches to treatment and prevention of diabetes, new medical and non-medical treatments options and how it can affect you? Weclnesday, February 9, 2011 6:oo p.m.- 7:oo p.m. Presented Steven H. Fehrenkamp, ME)., F.A.C.E. Physician's Conference Room Ground floor, North Entrance St. David's South Austin Medical Center Complimentary Dinner Provided Please RSVP to 1-888-868-2104 or (512) 478-3627 SOUTH Ausr MEDICAL CENTER Hays Communities YMCA Amenities State-of-the-Art Fitness Center Group Exercise, Yoga & Pilates Classes Indoor Heated Lap Pool & Kid's Pool Hot Tub & Dry-Heat Sauna Outdoor Aquatic Playscape & Pavilion Y Kids & Family Classes YMCA Member Benefits FREE Child Watch while exercising FREE Group Exercise & Y Kids Classes 50% or more off YMC.A program fees Access to 7 YMCA of Austin branches *while supplies last Hays Communities Family YMCA 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. near FM 967 & 1626 (512) 523-0099 www.AustinYM( ~i= =m You're Invited Let's Move Austin Bay at the YMCA FREE day of family fun to help you get moving & be healthy Sampler Fitness (;lasses like Zumba and Body Pump Fun activities for kids like tqmbling and dance Aqua Fit classes and Family Swimming in our Indoor Pools Open House from 11am - 6pro Call 523-0099 or visit for details.