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Sectioe C + HaysFreePress.com WEEKEND WARRIORS Flea market shoppers find more than they bargained for. - Page 1g March 9, 2011 * PagelC ICtLE fr~grat a great time f year with the ound turning am brown and lifeless to green and vibrant. This is also the time of year we set the foundation for things to come. Our next two events set the foun- dation for other events scheduled later this year. The Spring Scholarship Bass Fishing Tournament at Lake Kyle is March 26. (I bet you have a couple of questions by now like: Bass fishing in Kyle? and Where is Lake Kyle?) At sunrise, Saturday, March 26, area anglers will be competing for the first fish, largest fish and most fish. The tournament is divided into four flights: men; women; over 45 and under 45 years of age. The $15 early-bird registration ends March 18, 5 p.m.; $20 registration ends March 25, 5 p.m.; and the registration fee is $25 on the day of the event. All money raised from this event sponsors the free Kid's Fishing Clinic and Derby held the first Saturday of Jtme. Up to 50 kids learn how to fish with the new rod and reel they receive, educational sessions they attend and tips they are taught. Kyle Market Days' debuts Saturday, April 2, and partners once again with the Kyle Lions Club's Fajita Fiesta.. ~ BBQ. Cook- Off. The Fapta Fiesta begins Friday night, April 1, at City Square Park and continues all day Satur- day. Market Days will start at 9 a.m. Saturday morn- ing with farmers, food, vendors and fun.., and live music. Because of the Fajita Fiesta, the live music on Saturday goes all day with Twilight Trio at the gazebo at 9 a.m., Frank Gomez Band at 11:30 a.m. and Los Flames going on at 2 p.m. Admis- sion is free but please bring your pocketbook as the vendors have been saving up their wares all winter for this event. Okay, still wondering about bass fishing in Lake Kyle? Lake Kyle is the new park coming to Kyle as a result of more than $1 million in park grants." The park entrance will be on Lehman Road, across from Masonwood Drive. Plans, being developed, will give Lake Kyle the look and feel of a Texas State Park, but without paying admission. The park is more than 118 acres and the lake cov- ers nearly 19 of those acres. The lake has two holes that measure 10 feet in depth and has a See EVENTS, lag. 2C PHOTO CIAIRI1ESY OF CHAMJEY ORWISON Charley Orbison, co-creator of the Texas Crossword, spends his free time riding the Texas Hill Country on his Harley Davidson Screamin' Eagle Road King. He often ndes with other men and women from the Grapevine, Keller and Trophy Club area. 'f, more BUDA BITS It was a big night last Thursday for downtown .Buda. Many folks took advantage of the monthly "First Thursday" during which merchants stay open.late for shopping. The restaurants were full and many people were seen strolling, down Main Street. it shows in their cooperative brainchild known as the Texas Also, last Thursday night starting at 7:30 p.m., Buda Grocery & Grill was a hub of activity with a filming crew setting up inside the store. A feature film called "The Association" by Eleven:l 1 Films, Cavalry Pictures and Freeworld Enterprises, spent the night working on a film that will be released this sum- mer. The film is an action comedy in the nature of "Monster Squad" meets "The Burbs" ending with the heroes redefiningthe .~ meaning ofAssociati~~ o d Puzzl The ~m, featuring Ke~ as Nash, James Hampton~and Brothers entertain Texans , ex Cr sswor e EloiseDejoria, waswrit: BY DAVID WHITE ~ R0t 16 takers right offthe bat~ ten and directed by ~ .... ludingthe Hays b-kee Pr~. ~ ' ~" " : " " david@haysfreepress.com That number grew steadily .i " to94 newspapers, but the .............. :" " ............ f"~harley and Guy Orbison economic downturn has hurt | .were both born and their subscription sales. "Today %,,dbtedTexas proud and we have around 79 papers," Crossword Puzzle. Many of our readers may already be familiar with the Texas Crossword and just a couple of weeks ago the brothers passed their 1000th crossword milestone. Older brother Charley thought up the idea. "Texans are proud of anything and ev- erything Texan, so I thought the idea would be well received. And then there's the famous shape of the state that seemed to be a natural eye-catcher for a new crossword puzzle," Charley said. Charley's brother PHOTO COURTESY OF GUY ORBISON Guy Orbison, here with his grandson, likes to spend his free time golfing, skiing and taking road trips in his restored 1973 Corvette Stingray. Charley says. '~ts the economy Guy instantly saw the poten- tial for the unique puzzle and it probably never would have became a driving force behind gotten done." the business venture. "Had my The Orbison brothers first brother not joined the effort, pitched their idea for syndica- tion 19-plus years ago when they sent out a sample of the crossword and a cover letter to every newspaper in Texas. They continues to improve, we ex- pect the number of our clients will too." The Orbisons have many resources for their clues. %t the start, we bought dozens of books about Texas," Charley says. "From these books, we created a database of Texas words and phrases that actu- ally go into the puzzle. After the words go in the puzzle, the clue writing begins. Texas is so big and diverse, I really believe that if space were not an issue we could write a Texas clue for just about any word you could come up with." Charley admits that they']] occasionally hear from a reader See PUZZING DUO, pg. 3C Hope & Love 4 Kids Kyle-based tionprofR Hope & Love 4 Kids celebrated five years of advocating and providing necessities for children with an event at the Plum Creek Golf Club. Pictured left to right, attendees Included (front) Lila Knight, Kate John- son, HL4K board direc- tor Angle Nunez, HL4K founder Mia Hendricks, Loree Mathieson, Mary Ann Naumann, dessica Cantu, Christina Nunez. (back) Pct. 2 Justice of the Peace Beth Smith, Kyle Mayor Lucy Johnson, HL4K board member Leata Bartlett, Jimmy Beltran, Ruben Lopez and Kyle City Manager Lanny Lambert. PliOI0 BY ,~Jm Ct/U~ ODDS & id you read the report that told us that the City of Uhland's population since 2000 has grown from 386 to 1,014 in ten years? Welcome! The businesses in Uh- land have also increased. The following are here to serve you: Gordon's Equipl ment, Elvia's Treasure Shop, Sun Country Or- chard, Highway 21 Septic Works, Ben Ton Market, Five Star Woodwor~, NOfi~'S~ ~ and Grill, Thompson Sup-: ply, Reid's Nursery, Coun~ Line Water SUD and, of course, our two churches, : St. Michael Catholic Church and St. John Lutheran Church (Mis- souri' Synod). There is alSO the Uhland Community Center that is available to rent for reunions, wed- dings, etc. and Jim Roach Welding Shop that is open part-time. Of course we miss Club 21, a landmark for years. Who said we are just a small village? See ODDS & ENDS, pg. 2C Currently accepting new patients, Call (512) 295-1333 to mal