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Page 10 The Free People & Events February 6, 2003 Hays County/Uanchaca Are a, B u iletin Board FYh Deadline for submitting information and pictures for this column is noon each Tuesday. You may use our E-mail address: news@ haysfreep- ress.com to submit information and pictures. Though we cannot guarantee we will be able to publish each submission, you can be assured we'll try our very best. Please remember information must be for a non- profit event. Feb. 11 Red Crmm needs volunteem The Hays County Branch of the American Red Cross will hold a meeting from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Gary Job Corps Facility in bldg. 6-100 and is open to the public. This is an excellent opportunity for Hays county residents to team up with the local Red Cross to help out when disaster strikes. Feb. 7 The Kyle Garden Club will meet at Wells Fargo Bank, at 1:30 p.m. A presentation On Utility friendly tree and land- scapes around poles by Diana Gonzales from PEC. Feb. 9 Kyle Lions Lunch The Kyle Lions will be having their ANNUAL CHILI LUNCH on February 9, 2003, from 11:00 a.m til 3:00 p.m, at the Kyle City Hall. Tickets are $5.00. Tickets are available at Karen's Kountry Kitchen and from individual Lions, or call 268-0378 for more information. Feb. 9 Diabetes Support Group will meet Sunday at 2 p.m. in the private dining room at CTMC. Daniel O'Dell, DDS will discuss periodontal problems and the importance of good dental hygiene. For more info call Carolyn Barnes at 353- i310. Feb. 10 Hemphill Elementary There will be a public hearing on the School Bond Issue at 6:00 p.m. Feb. 11 Wallace Middle SchOol Curriculum Night An evening of critical informa- tion and displays of activities of the school year at WMS will be On tap Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Registration sheets for 7th nd 8th graders will be avail- able for all three Hays middle schools. Information on the upcoming curriculum will also be available and refreshments Feb. 12 Small Business Development Committee The annual meeting will begin at noon at with lunch at the Texican Cafe. Committee reports will be given, new board members elected and additional business will be covered. For more infor- mation call Carolyn Chambers at 295-9999. Feb. 14 Sweetheert's Ball Don't miss the 4th Annual Golden Sweethearts Ball, Friday, Feb. 14th from 7 -11 p.m. at the San Marcos Activity Center. Enjoy this special Valentine's event for senior citizen couples and singles in San Marcos and surrounding communities. The evening will include great enter- tainment, dining and dancing in a warm and friendly atmosphere. A catered dinner will be served and cash bar will also be avail- able. Tekets, $15 in advance, go on sale January 14th at the main Parks and Rec. office, 401 E. Hopkins. Seating is limited, so get yours today. Call 512- 393-8400 for details. Feb. 15 Food Drive The Youth Group of Christ Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Buda will be sponsoring a Food Drive to benefit the San Marcos Food'Bank. Members of our Youth Group and Congregation will be canvassing Neighborhoods in the Buda/Kyle area on February 15. Any dona- tions of Non-Perishable food Items would be greatly appreci- , ated. Anyone wishing to join us may contact Theresa at 268- 1452 for more information. will supplied by the Wallace FLEX program. For more infer- Feb. 16 mation email or call Principal "Keq) Your Eyes Lisa Streun, on the Prize" streunl@ hayscisd.net or Vivian Film on the history of the Civil 13mmons, 268-2891. Flights Movement will be shown = q el =111 i i=J =H i Kyle Pumpago mite,  page 3 marathon-length fashion on Sunday from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Hays Hills Baptist Church (child care available 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.) There will be breaks and discussion. Come & go, or stay. Bring your own dinner and/or snacks. Upstairs in new building. No cost. Call 295-3132 for more information. Feb. 16 Race Relations Sunday among Southern Baptists. Feb. 18 Sheriff's Academy The Hays County Sheriff's Office is currently taking appli- cations for the Spring 2003 Citizens Sheriff's Academy that will start February 18. The free 40 hour, 12 week program, Tuesdays 7 - 10 p.m., is designed to give the citizens of Hays County a working knowl- edge of how the Sheriff's office and the criminal justice system work. For an application or more information call (512) 393-7373. Feb. 20 Cover to Cover Book group The Kyle Library book discus- sion group will meet at 1:30 p.m. this month author isDavid Baldacci. The Kyle Library Thrift Shop is a smart place to shop for the quality items at good prices. Proceeds benefit the Kyle Community Library. Feb 21 Hays County Republican Party will be having their annu- al fund raiser "Lincoln/Reagan dinner" on February 21,2003 at San Marcos Baptist Academy,7 p.m. The speaker will be U.S. Congressman Lamar Smith of District 21 ,Chairman of the Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security Subcommittee. Tickets are $25 per person, seating is limited to 350. To order tickets send check or money order with name, address and phone number to: P.O. Box 1655, San Marcos 78667. Kyle and Buda resi- dents may also purchase tick- ets at Prime Self Storage in Kyle at 21400 IH-35 North. Please make checks payable to Hays County Republican Party, donations accepted if you can't make it to the dinner. Feb. 23 Free Gospel Concert Gospel music recording artist Phil and Pare Morgan will be appearing at Hays Hills Baptist Church, 1401 N. FM 1626 in Buda at 6:30 p.m. as part of their national "Living Proof: Ministry Return Tour. For more info about the con- cert contact Royce Burrows, 312-1433. Tax Forms at Libraries Kyle and Buda Libraries now have Federal Tax Forms and instructions available for the current year. The Kyle Lions Club meets every 2nd Thursday of the month from noon until 1:00 p.m. at the Conference Room in the Wells Fargo Bank on Front Street in Kyle. Please call 268.0378 for infor- 'mation on upcoming programs and leave a message if you wish to attend. PAWS Shelter for Animals needs your help. The homeless ani- mals have ongoing needs for your continued generous donations of dry puppy, kitten, dog and cat food. Of course, cat litter is always needed too! Soon the cold weather will be here, and we are collecting blankets now to keep our furry guests cozy and comfortable. Come adopt one and take them to YOUR cozy home. Call or visit us 268-1611, (Kyle exit #213) 500 Hwy 150 East. Celebrate Recovery Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the new building at Hays Hills Baptist Church on FM 1626. It is a Christ-centered recovery program for hurts, hang-ups and habits. Child care provid- ed. Call Pastor David Sweet at 295-3132 for information. Swimming Instructor, needs Pool Swim lessons will not be avail- able at Beth and Everett Smith's pool this summer. Instructor Nancy Herrington is looking for someone with a pool to host the lessons for a few weeks this summer. Beth says it was a great experience and hopes someone can help out the many kids who need lessons to be safe in the ing units, water hook-ups and high-volume water urs. Camp said the board didn't receive the information until Jim. 6. "Did we go to the newspaper frst?" Camp said. "No. We went tO them and they ignored us. We liaven't been gratified about liaving to lay down the law on Kyle. But when they ignore us for months and the overpumpage Mattis wasn't sufficiently forth- coming in communications with the council. And, added Camp, Mattis has been no more cooper- ative with the water board. "Our staff has been totally frustrated with Tom Mattis," Camp said. "So is our general manager and so is our board. Our board and staff decided we've had enough with him." is this what to do." Thickening the plot, Camp told the city late last month that the aquifer board wished to by- pass the city maaager in negoti- ations and deal with the ci council. Camp said he has found councilmembers to be more " cooperative than Mattis, adding that councilmembers Troy Bearden and Lon Taylor have Complimented him on his con- sistency throughout the process. Camp added that Moore raged to him last fall about discoveriug the city's water problems ill the media. According to Camp, the fact the Moore learned of the prob- lems in the media indicate that extreme, I don't knOw Moore, Bearden and Taylor all declined comment after Tuesday's meeting. However, Mattis said he had received no indication that his communica- ,t ion with the board had been unsatisfactory. "No one has suggested on either side that I've lied or mis- led anyone," Mattis said. Leading to the dramatic pay- off at Tuesday's meeting, Mattis presented council with a new agreement with the Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA), laud- hag that board's "professional- ism" throughout the process. Mattis said the city overpumped those wells by more than 77 mil- lion gallons in 2001 and avoided a $23,000 free by funding a $68,000 project to aid the city's water works. Mattis added that the city overpumped the EAA by 120 million gallons in 2002, but avoided a fine by purchasing $37,500 in water rights. The presentation led up to a comparison between the EAA and the BS/EACD: The city could have settled excess pumpage of nearly 200 million gallons with the EAA by spend- ing $60,000, while the BS/EACD wanted $130,000 for 89 million in excess pumpage. With that, Moore asked Mattis if the EAA was asking for councilmembers to call board members and apologize or even go to lunch. Mattis answered each in the negative. With that, Moore made his motion, the council approved and Marsh went off into the night, insulted and without an agreement. 424 N. Loop 4, Buda, Texas 512-312-5252 oeeBe Barbara B. Pecuch, GRI, CRS Residence 312-0004 Ann.Marie Pecuch Sheely, Esq. Residence 312-1944 Mike Colonnetta 496-8457 Hill Country Drl00tng Academy DRIVER TRAINING =Come Drive With Us" NEW CLASSES BEGIN EVERY THREE WEEKS Enroll now by calling 512-289-0811 (cell) or e-mail hcda@texas.net Eddy Porter, Instructor - Texas License #1769 Located in The Free Press building at 3470 Jack C. Hays Trail, just north of Hays High School water. Contact Nancy at 268- 1701 if you have an option or need information. HYBSA Needs Sponsors Hays Youth Baseball/Softball Association iS seeking sponsors for the Spring Baseball/Softball Season. Businesses or individu- als welcome. Several levels available. Contact Tammy Miles for info @ 295-3938. 312-5995 Music Programs for the Whole Family 905 N. 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