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Page 6C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press March 6, 2013 + Teen Tech Week* at Buda Library Wednesday, March 13 2-3:30 p.m. 20 Million Hits on Google - Ain't Nobody Got Time for That: Research Made Fast & Easy Part 1 Friday, March 15 5:30-6:15 p.m. Research Made Fast & Easy - Part 2 Friday, March 15 6:30-7:15 p.m. Impressing with Prezi Saturday, March 16 2-3:30 p.m. Bind Your Own: Bookbinding *Bring your laptop, if available Please note: these classes are for teens only. Pre-Registration Required; Call Buda Public Library (512) 295-5899 or e-mail hteems@ PHOTO BY BRUCE FISHER Isn't he beautiful? Hays senior Matt Amaya was crowned as Mr. Rebel at this year's Mr. Rebel Pageant by last year's winner, Tyler Cullen. His talent was interpretive danc~e. Or at least some might interpret it as dance. i, 4; .... + FOR YOUTH FOR SOCIAL RE$i;ONSIBiLITY SUPPORTING OUR The Hays Communities YMCA delivers youth development, healthy living and social responsibility programs that promote strong families, character values, youth leadership and community development. Through generous donations from you, the community, the Hays Communities Y was able to provide more than $150,000 in financial assistance in 2012, directly impacting children and families in Hays County. With your continued support, we will ensure that everyone, regardless of ability to pay, is served by the YMCA and has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. PROJECT SAFE 800 first-graders learned to swim, free of charge, in 2012 through the YMCAs Project SAFE (Safety, Aquatics & Fitness Educationl. $50 funds one student. 3oin us and leave a lasting, positive impact on the community. Your donations help support important programs like these: YOUTH SPORTS More than 40 cancer survivors have been able to participate in this free YMCA-funded and YMCA-managed program. $250 funds ~he ~rog~a~1~ The benefits of youth sports are far greater than physical health. They teach kids skills & self esteem - all vital building blocks for life. More than 2,000 kids play YMCA Sports seasonally. $100 funds a season for one child. More than 1,700 chilren completed swim lessons at the Y in 2012. There is good reason why the YMCA is America's favorite swim instructor. ~50 ~r~ides swim tes so,.-'t~, for o~e pe~son an~ pote.~iat{ he~ps save a lif~, MEND 25 families benefited from MEND (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It0, a free childhood obesity intervention program for children, ages 7- 13 and their parents. $300 enables an entire family to participate. Hays Communities YMCA Everyone is welcome at the YMCA and no one is turned away for inability to pay. Through our Membership For All program, more than 400 families now enjoy the Hays Communities YMCA that could not otherwise afford it, building and strengthening family ties. $ ~ ,000 fur~s a fami,~? memb~r~:;~i> '~'c:' ~ ,;~? >. 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. 512-523-0099 4