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Page 6C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press * February 3,2010 NEWS FROM ABROAD Texas State University has announced that the follow- ing students were among the graduates during spring com- mencement ceremonies this month: From Buda: Candice N. McComb, Accounting; Nancy L Hardin, Applied Arts and Sciences; Wendy L Saenz, Ap- plied Mathematics; German O.Alanis, Exercise and Sports Science; Danlelle Del Omtlllo Shelton, Geography - Resource and Environmental Studies; Tiffany D. Matlock, Geography - Resource and Environmental Studies; Trey D. Shelton, Geog- raphy- Resource and Envi- ronmental Studies; Rebecca R. Washburn, Healthcare Admin- istration; Cesar It. Rosales, In- terdisciplinary Studies; Iorge/L Lugo, Management; Robert C. Stolle, Management; Christie A. Roberts, Mass Communica- tion - Advertising; Benjamin S. Mewis, Spanish; Andrew I. Andersen, Accounting; Can- dice N. McComb, Accounting; Heather Cindi HerziR Busi- ness Administration; SherylA. Posey, Educational Leadership; Marissa Jennings, Elementary Education; Richard C. Hill, Industrial Technology; Andrew E. Guznmn, Legal Studies; Alexander Barrientes, Middle School Mathematics Teaching; Janlce M. Ringersma, Techni- cal Communication From Kyie: Claudia Her- nandez, Accounting; Jordan B. Acevedo, Anthropology; Vanessa M. Espinoza, Applied Arts and Sciences; Hllary L. Es- qulvel, Biology; Michelle IL El- lis, Clinical Laboratory Science; Marlsa B. Mlddieton, Com- munication Studies; Rodrigo Hernandez, Criminal Justice; William J. Jordan, Criminal Justice; Bryan J. Jacobson, Exercise and Sports Science; ShannanW. Reyna, Family and Child.Development; Jose A. Guardiola, Finance; Claire E. Parker, General Studies; Dertk J. Lopez, Health and Fitness Management; Ernesto Madri- gal, History; Shirley K. Hardin, Industrial Technology; lulie L. Little, Interdisciplinary Studies; Joshua B. Fountain, Manage- ment; Sean L O'Grady, Man- agement; P, he-Anne P. Can- naday, Mass Communication - Electronic Media; Nickolas A. Conte, Music Studies; Carl Lawrence Michaelis, Photog- raphy; Scott B. Schwarzlose, Political Science; Victor E. Jackson, Criminal Justice; Melissa C. Craig, Educational Leadership; Joshua T. Kaiser, Educational Leadership; Owen D.Taylor, Educational Leader- ship; Amy D. Hazelett, Elemen- tary Education; Priscilla A. Youn Elementary Education; Paul E. Scheibmeir, Industrial Technology; Tamara H. Shet- ron, Interdisciplinary Studies; lesslca B. Hofhnann, Mass Communication; BHdget J. Jackola, Middle School Math- ematics Teaching; Kristeen E. Elrod, Professional Counsel- ing; Jennifer A. Pickler, Public Administration; Aundrea D. Ealoms, SpecialEducation From Manchaca: AmyA. Theodosis, Accounting; Susie L Dobson, Anthropology; KarenTorres, Interdisciplinary Studies M. Cox, Cynthia/L Crowell, Joel M. Davis, Devyn L Dippel, Vanessa L Duarte, Sable N. Galindo, Margaret B. Gardner, Amanda D. Garraway, Thom- as/L Grim, Shana Nicole Grimes, Jordan James Hanks, Ahllya Heerah-Blrbalsingh, Gabdela Hernandez, John C. Johnson, Lance B. Jones, Kareem A. Lehman, Beverly Sze Yin Leong, lami L. Lewis, Edward M. Lomeli, Jonathan D. Lynch, Thomas G. Madden, Keely L Madison, Stephanie M. Mannion, lohn S. McCune, Aaron P. McCutchan, Kar- lyn B. McCutchan, Chloe R McDaneld, Alysha IC Mendez, Kate Elizabeth Menzies, Jason L Molina, Caroline I. Moore, Benjamin H. Olson, Claire E. Parker, Sherry L Prlddy, Estella G. Reyna, Sarah IC Ripley, Amanda C. Rodrlguez, Christopher A. Rodriguez, Allyson M. Schaefer, Micbele L Smith, Daniel Soto, Staci A. Thmjero, AshleyA.Vincent, Sara Elizabeth Williams, Amanda N.Yazbek, Benjamin J.Young From Manchaca: Corissa A. Craddick, Claire IC Dixon, Susie L. Dobson, Melinda G. Perez, Tishna D. Rollo, Amy A. Theodosis. Catherine Jones of Buda has been named to the 2009 Fall Dean's List at Southwest- ern University in Georgetown, Texas. To be selected, students must have at least a 3.6 grade point average on a 4.0 scale with at least 12 graded hours and be in good standing with the university. Thomas James Fotta, finance major from Buda, and Alex Matthew Brown, forestry major from Buda, have been named to the Dean's List at Stephen E Austin State Uni- versity in Nacogdoches for the fall semester. To be eligible for this honor, a student must be enrolled in 12 or more semes- ter hours and maintain a grade point average of 3.5. Amber Sue Ethridge of Manchaca graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech from East Texas Baptist Uni- versity this fall. Air Force Airman Samuel D. Sandiing graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week pro- gram that included training In military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physi- cal fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. He is the son of David and Cheryl Sandling of Encino Drive, Manchaca. Jorge A. Lugo graduated from Officer Candidate School (OCS) Phase III training at North Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash., and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army National Guard. He will serve as a member of a designated unit in the Texas Army National Guard. Lugo has served in the military for more than five years. He is the son of George E. and Martha M. Lugo of Cullen Blvd., Buda, and is currently attending Texas State Univer- sity, San Marcos. Jordan R. Dotson of Buda graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Pastoral Ministries from Southwestern Assem- blies of God University this fall. Buda resident Aeriel C. El- Hot made the fall 2009 Dean's List at Angelo State University in San Angelo, earning at least a 3.25 GPA. klht hlthy lung: :bup, qulle and ohloken ulad lmlwtOm 8oda ddnk& ooffe sad Ioe orm Oeuert Plu oolee,, 203 Railroad St. Buda Pharma 312-2111 . The following local stu- dents have been named to the Fall 2009 Dean's List at Texas State University. To be named to the Dean's List at Texas State, a student must earn a minimum grade-point average of 3.50 while carrying a class load of at least 12 semester hours. From Buda: Jennifer A. Britt, Emily D. Brooks, Kath- erine C. Chandler, Stacie D. Chroulster, Jillian L. Crooks, Danlelle Del Castmo Shelton, Dawn M. Doyle, Hlllary 1L Edwards, Anna E. Escobedo, Heather L Gull, Nathan C. Helton, Lucy Hernandez, Daniel L. Herrin, Tiffany M. Herzog, Ashley M. Hopson, Michael E. Hurst, Patricia M. Lombardo, Maria E. Lopez, Sarah E. Marton, Jason M. Patterson, Kara A. Peters, Gregory S. Pontejos, Sarah L Reynolds, Lesli M. Rogers, Megan M. Rouch, Trey D. Shel- ton, Norma Shlca, Linda M. Sllgero, LeRoy F.Waterman, Laura K.Whitehouse From Kyle: Suleima M. Alkusari, Michael T. Bagley, Amy D. Blttick, Kelly N. Calla- ham, Joshua H. Collins, Chris- topher G. Contreras, Kristen Honoring our fallen Kyle Elementary School took time for a campus-wide memorial program Friday for Cap- tain Paul Pefia, whose mother is a Iongtime Panther teacher. Pefia died' in combat in Afghanistan Jan. 19. Posting the flag at half-mast were Kyle Mayor Mike Gonzales and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12058 Com- mander Rick Riel and post members Lou Nelson, Sheila Dwyer, Sylvester Bennett and David Wilson. PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Get to know your candidates topped by City Hall this morning to check on the progress of early voting. The elections officials said that turnout had been light but steady. Pretty typical of early voting and, from what I understand, actually prom- ising for Special Elections. Voting continues through Friday this week and Monday and Tuesday next week (with Tuesday being late night at the polls) and election day the following Saturday, February 13. We will be selecting our mayor and two council mem- bers so this is significant. Unfortunately, a couple of weeks ago I was googling the candidates just to see what popped up and when I typed in John Simmang it led me to a tattoo website on which he had left a post and I wrongly concluded that he was a tat- tooist (it's a word, I looked it up). My apologies for the misinformation. It did seem like an odd coincidence that two of the four candidates for council were tattoo artists but I figured that stranger things have happened. Nevertheless, you need to read up on the candidates, take note of yard sign locations and talk to your friends and neighbors and take advantage of this op- portunity to become involved in the city in which you have chosen to live. Take five minutes and go downtown and vote. On a lighter note, it looks like things are heating up over at Parks and Rec. The winter season of the Adult Kickball League closes out this week- end with two solid days of riveting elimination tourna- ments with the nail-biting championship game being played Sunday night. But don't despair. Spring kickball registration is now in prog- ress and you have the option (well, half of you have the op- tion) of playing in either the Women's League or the Co-ed League. All twelve games are at Gregg-Clarke and for $40 bucks, your registration guarantees you a team trophy and a t-shirt (and a misty trip backward to those dusty elementary school play- grounds of your childhood). It's rumored to be a blast. + +