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+ Page 4C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press January 27, 2016 Alzheimer's Support Group A monthly Alzheimer's Support Group, provided by Sodalis Elder Living, will meet Jan. 29 at 10:30 a.m. at Buda United Methodist Church (302 Elm Street in Buda). Contact Barbara Rosen, facilitator, at 512-738-7048, for more information. I! . Knights of Columbus Vegas Night Knights of Columbus present Vegas Night Feb. 6 from 7-11 p.m. at 801 N. Burleson in Kyle. Enjoy a night of rollicking good fun with tables for everyone. Ticket are $35 at the door or $30 in advance (includes admission, pizza, 10K in poker chips and one reverse raffle ticket). Email GetTickets@kylekc.com for info. The event is adults only and BYOB. Proceeds provide support to feed the hungry in Kyle, offer local students college scholarships and other community support projects. Kyle Garden Club The Kyle Garden Club will meet on Friday, Feb. 5, at the Kyle Historic City Hall at 12:30 p.m. Dwight Littleton from It's About Thyme will be speaking on raised beds and vegetable gardening. The public is welcome. PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III . 'Images of America: Kyle' book signings Learn about the history of Kyle with the help of local 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 Kyle Public Library on Jan. 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 both readings. Mary Szybist poetry readings Mary Szybist's first collection of poetry, "Granted," was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award and the winner of the 2004 Great Lakes Colleges Associations NewWriters Award. Her second book, "Incarnadine," won the National Book Award for Poetry. Her work has appeared in the Iowa Review and Denver Quarterly and was featured in Best American Poetry. Szybist will have a book reading at the Witliff Collection on Feb. 4 at 3:30 p.m. and the Katherine Anne Porter Literary Center Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. j] rora,,s,o ,me, Jj and listings, please check our website or call our showline! Continued from pg. 1C "It's all about teaching kids the basics of , Coltharp said. 'Tknd giving back to others." Coltharp said 4-H is structured to help the kids and mentor them in any direction they go, whether it is by raising livestock, public speaking or other skill projects. One example was when members of the Buda Club encouraged a 7-year-old girl to partici- pate in meetings when she wanted. "She would stand there with a senior officer while they talked.., now she Hill talk in front of 150 people," Betty said. "Her room came up and said, I never would have thought my child would speak in front of people." Speaking opportunities aJ :t developing a good work ethic is all part in preparing students for the real world, Betty said. After bathing and walking each pig for 30 minutes, Madison worked on her 4-H record book. PHOTO BY PAIGE LAMBERT Madison Hawkins cleans up one of her pigs in preparation of the Hays County Livestock Show. The book is structured like a college application and most members solely use it for applying. "I'm seeing now the benefit beside the respon- sibility and the hard work," Betty said. "It's beneficial to have had the opportunities she's had with 4-H to help her with the next things that come in life." Through a partnership with U Members Mortgage, we have home loans to make your dream possible. We'll guide you to understand all of your options to help you make the best decision, Visit us online for more details. Greater TEXAS * FIID|RAL CREDIT UNION'* gtftu,org Equal Housing Lender, This is not an offer to extend consumer credit, + I1i III II