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Page 4B + EDUCATION Hays Free Press March 2, 2011 PHOTO BY MELANIE VERNOR Hornets mean business at Market Day Tom Green Elementary School third-graders recently held their Market Day as a concluding project for their economics unit, a great opportunity to learn all about how a business operates. The 60 hard-working third-graders, including (left to right) Jennifer Ojeda, Korrina Martinez and Isabella Loera, made over $300. After-expenses profit is destined for donation to the Hornets' campus and other charitable causes. School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B Director William Crock's Elm Grove Elementary Choir, and the Monlka Matthes-directed Buda Elementary Choir. Each choir will perform two songs, with all of the choirs combin- ing for a concert-ending finale. Art camp offered Believe itor not, it's time to start thinking about summer camps, and one early offering comes from Negley Elemen- tary art teacher Amy Ci- gainero. She's featuring a June 6-10 Costa Rican Art Camp to students currently in kinder- garten through fifth grade. Campers will learn how to use a variety of media and experi- ence activities, including clay, sculpture, paper mache, drawing, print-making, and Shrinky dinks. Cost is $160 and is due by May 1. For more information, contact Cigaine- ro at Chapa's 5th 5K offers SSO0 The Fifth Annual Chapa 5K Challenge is set for Saturday, April 9, and this year's big news is the $500 (conditional) prize to the organization with the most entries. An uncondition- al $250 prize is also offered. Fees are $5 for elementary stu- dents, $10 for middle and high school students, and $15 for 18 and over. Three school levels and 10 age levels are offered and first, second and third place awards will be given in Zumba, will be offered for $5. Register online at http://hay- At the site, click on "Campuses and In- struction" and scroll to Chapa Middle School. For more information, contact Whitney Self at Hawks garage sale set The Hemphill Elementary Hawks PTA has scheduled a Saturday, March 12, Commu- nity Garage Sale and vendor slots are now available, priced at $7, for individuals to sell arts, crafts, toys, clothes, furniture or rummage items. For more information or to purchase a slot, contact PTA each. An altemate activity, . president Janell Briones at or bri- onesjanellE, Science Hall Blood Drive coming Science Hall Elementary School is sponsoring a blood drive, set for Saturday, March 26, 9 a.m.-noon, in the school parking lot. School nurse Ma- fia Mendoza-Rodriguez, R.N., can be contacted at 268-8502 for more local information, but early registration is recom- mended at www.inyourhands. org, where the sponsor code of ,'sciencehall" will be required. Additional information, such as who is eligible to give blood, can also be found at the site. FLU SHOT SPECIAL: $15 It's not too late! Stati0a JEWELRTS, ][ORE 122 Mare Street Downtown Buda 295-9444 Open Everaay 295-6008 Deny  Exam & (Cleaning included if under 13 yea (lid) i Expires in 60 days. A branch in Buda! Come visit our newest branch located in Buda, TX WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS OF CARS & TRUCKS We're conveniently located in between the Starbucks and McDonald's off of, Hwy 1-35. Leander Cedar Park Bee Cave Austin Branch Locations Georgetown Pflugerville euda/Kyle Marcos WHE IGNM T Plus Fre Tire Rotation CHECK With Alignment! Wheel Alignment: Car & Truck $49.95 & Heavy Truck $69.95 For Your Convenience, Schedule Online at TRUCKCITYFORD.COM Federal Credit Union We can help.