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Page 4B Educagon Hays Free Press February 15, 2017 + PHOTO BYJIMCULLEN Criminger's Camino Real Elementary School Kindergarten class was honored as the Roadrunners' winning ,~ ,class in annual Pennies for Pasta fundraising competition. Pennies for Pasta is a program of the Leukemia and Lymphoma !~;:r;$Ociety. Criminger s class set the all-time individual class record with a total of $444.80, leading a campus effort that also set ~ albtime record, a total of $3,244,61. The Roadrunners in Criminger's ',Gold Level" ($300+) class were followed by 12 class- rlooms with "Bronze Level" ($100+) honors, including the classes of Celia Ledesma, Monica Contreras, Amanda De Hernandez, !"*Jasmine Solis Maria Cardona, Victoria Rosales, Marcelino Saucedo, Andrea Vineyard, Tammy Meyer, Anna Muniz/Nancy AI- varado, Lisa Maldonado, and Kathy Willey. The top class receives an Olive Garden pasta party, where they will also be treated to a kitchen tour. SUBMrn'ED REPORT The Hays High School Speech & De- bate Team conquered the weekend by tak- ing top honors at the 'Johnson TFA tourna- ment and Clemens UIL tournament. Students who placed included: TFA Domestic Extem- poraneous Speaking: Emma Morgan - 2nd, Luke Jackson- 5th, Pey- ton Gouzien- 7th TFA Foreign Extem- poraneous Speaking: Chance Walker - 2nd, Jude McClaren- 3rd TFA Dramatic Inter- pretation and Poetry: Brough Cosgrove - 4th UIL Lincoln Douglas Debate: Desiree Camp- bell- 1st, Zoe Puertas - Quarterfinalist UIL Extemporane- ous Speaking:Vince Johnson- 1st, Marcos Vasquez - 4th, Ryan Coffey- 5th, Jasmine Russell- 6th, Zoe Puer- tas- 8th UIL Prose: Erin Swearingen - 1st UIL Cross Examina- tion Debate: Holden Bukowski & Tax Bittner - 1st, Zeke Baranovicht and Mak Flores - 2nd, Emma Cook and Mat- thew Boddy- 3rd PHOTO COURTESYOF HAYSCISD Lehman High School Principal Denisha Presley and LHS Sec- retary Gina Carline display a $500 Hays Education Foundation grant Lehman received this week. The campus received the grant for providing the top grossing silent auction lot at this year's Denim & Diamonds gala. Foundation Executive Director Angle Mendez and a number of Foundation board members joined in the grant presentation. EST. ~ 2010 MOTNER BRINGING THE MAGAZINE TO LIFE Yr BELTON, TEXAS Yr FEB. 18-19, 2017 GET HALF-PRICE ADMiSSiON TODAY AT WWW.MOTHEREARTHNEWS.COM/STORUOFFEPJMMEMFHZ3 Pledge to round up your bills for local nonprofits. Together, our change can change lives! Pedernales Electric Cooperative pec.coop/PowerofChange I. I IIII 1 1III LITT HUH E S ARE A VERY DEALTO US. Dell Childre n's is now offering Emergency Care at Seton Medical Center Hays. DellChildrens.net/EmergencyCare ONLINE SCHEDULING? GREAT PRIMARY CARE. ONE CALL AWAY. Schedule an appointment in your neighborhood today. (:a ~ toll free 1 844~23,~:-8441 Extended hours and some same-day illness appoin tmen ts a vai/able. Locations in Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Kyle, Smithville, Bastrop, Luling, and Lockhart. YES MA'AMMOGRAM , Screening mammograms are tne most effective method for early detection, which helps save lives. With online scheduling for 5 convenient locations. Seton helps make getting a screening mammogram as easy as possible. dell children's ~CENSION