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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays Free Press February 13, 2013 + + Lehman law check out APD Lehman High School Law Enforce- ment I students - as well as friends in the LHS Life Skills Class - got the rare opportunity to see an Austin Police Department helicopter fly- in for a special landing at the LHS practice field. Arranged by Lobo teacher Loft Smith, the chopper visit was intended to familiarize students with the very special equipment be- ing used in law enforcement in near- by Austin. The crew of the chopper spent about an hour describing the chopper and how it's used in day- to-day work. PHOTO BYJIMCULLEN Sunday February 17, 2013, 1 p.m. at Shelton Stadium Adults $10 and under- Free Smokey is a 5 month old grey domestic short hair kitty. He is patiently waiting for his forever home at the Petsmart in San Marcos. Please stop by and meet him! He would love to go home! Stormy is a gorgeous 5 year old siamese mix. He is quite the eye catcher, and makes friends easily! He would love to go to a new family soon! Stormy is located at the Petsmart in San Marcos. PAWS Shelter and Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill shelter operated primarily on donations and adoptions. 500 FM 150 E, Kyle, TX 512 268-1611 pawsshelter.org All animals are fully vaccinated, spay/neutered, microchipped and dewormed. sponsored by Town & COUNTnY VETERINARY HOSPITAL Bill Selman, DVM Kayley OToole, DVM Committed to your pet's health since 1978. 6300 FM 1327 (East of I35 and Creedmoore) Austin, TX 78747 512-385-0486 www.TownandCountryVetHospital.com PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Honor Choir honors Board of Trustees The Hays CISD Honor Choir provided entertainment for the regular January meeting of the Board of Trustees meeting, in honor of School Board Appreciation Month, about 40 of the 60-member choir comprised of student representatives from all thirteen elementary campuses, as well as four of its five middle schools, performed at the beginning of the meeting. Directors Sarah Martinez, Monika Matthes,and Kristopher Brown led the Honor Choir members through three choral pieces. February is DISCOUNT DENTAL MONTH Call 512-385-0486 or visit www.TownandCountryVetHospital.com for details Town & COUNTRY VETERINARY HOSPITAL I. DAVI D'S Hea NEAL KOC[ REK for " r My mento, encourages me # /l'# to goto medica/ scnoo Ste,d ange Ibarm, w; th ,c g ..... ....... t%, g ,, ,,,',, ....... Associ te at St At stm Medic& St. David's Neal Kocurek Scholars like Stephanie are matched with mentors in their chosen fields who show them the ropes. Scholarship recipients receive $7,500 per year for undergraduate, + i! studies to help with tuition, books ilii and more. Be a part of the largest scholarshi ram en I This year, 50 new recipients will receive te $60,000 over eight years to further their education. They join the more than 200 recipients who have been awarded scholarships to pursue medical careers at 30 different Texas colleges. More info, including online application: www.stdavidsfoundation.org