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Page 6C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press March 27, 2013 Classes, meetings, clubs, events and senior activities can be found at haysfreepress.com/calendar. This link will also allow nonprofit organizations to submit an event for inclusion in our calendars. PHOTOS BY LINCOLN RAMIREZ Ruby Thorton, left, helps big sister Sophie Thorton count her basket full of eggs after the annual Buda Easter Egg Hunt last year at the Buda Sportsplex. The community-wide event was organized by the city of Buda, Hays Communities YMCA and Fellowship Church Southwest. Easter egg hunts around town: Bring the little ones for an Easter egg hunt at the Buda Sportsplex from 9-11:30 a.m. on March 30. Kyle Public Library Egg Hunts take place March 29 at 10:30 a.m. during Story Time, which is can- celled for the day. Please make sure your child has a basket to collect eggs. Library staff are also ac- cepting donations of plastic eggs filled with goodies. Fajita Fiesta and BBQ Cook-off Come out for a day of BBQ, fajitas and entertainment including Ashley Duderstadt & Jaron Post, Patton Sparks Band, Zamarripa Mobile DJ and Carson Alexander Band. Event takes place 10 a.m.-5:30 p:m. April 5-6 at Gregg-Clarke Park in' Kyle. Common Experience - Philosophy Dialogues Join Dr. Rebecca Raphael, associate professor of philosophy, for the next in a series of Philosophy Dialogues. The topic is "Bodies of Light: From Daniel to Dr. Who." Raphael will focus on the motif of a body of light as it appears in ancient religious documents and contemporary science fiction. The discussion will explore the nature of this image, what sort of embodiment it articulates, and why it occurs with bodily transformations such as resurrection, regeneration, or evolution to a "higher" plane. Discussion takes place at 3:30 p.m. April 1 at the San Marcos Public Library. The series of lectures is free and open to the public. Texas History Continued from pg. 5C the camp of Harvey Logan and the Sundance Kid. In the ensu- ing battle, Logan dropped his first sheriff and escaped again. The Wild Bunch fled to Texas in 1900 and wintered in the red-light district of San Antonio. While Harvey was letting his hair down, brother Lonie was slain by the Pinkertons at the Missouri homestead. Returning to the Rockies ahead of Butch and Sundance, Harvey went on a one-man rampage. He refused to be taken alive, and two more sheriffs died in the line of duty. Cutting short a second vaca- tion in Texas, Logan was in his usual ugly mood when a hapless stranger crossed his murderous path in Paint Rock east of San Angelo. Without even pausing to ask the victim's name, the cal- lous killer added another notch to his smoking six-gun. After five long years, the rancher who sent Johnny Logan to an early grave thought he was safe from harm. But Harvey secretly slipped into Montana, caught Winters by surprise and took his revenge. For old time's sake and travel- ing mone; the W'fld Bunch pulled one last train robbery in 1901 before breaking up for good. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid headed south for their date with destiny in South America, while Harvey Logan went into hiding in Tennessee. Wherever he ran, however, trouble was never far behind. Venturing out ofhis Knoxville hotel room for a quiet game of poker, he was soon embroiled in a barroom brawl. The sudden appearance of three policemen activated Logan's hair-trigger reflexes, and he shot the trio down at the door. Slowed by a serious shoul- der wound, Harvey Logan was caught, convicted and sentenced to a long prison tenn. But a not so funny thing happened on the way to the penitentiary, and once more he was on the loose. Recruiting a pair of rank ama- teurs, Logan tried to organize his own gang. But when it came to planning, the gunslinger was no Butch Cassidy. A daylight train job barely covered expens- es, and the ill-conceived escape wound up in a steep-walled canyon with the outlaws pinned down by a Colorado posse. Hearing Logan cry out in pain, a sidekick shouted, 'Are you hit?" "Yes," he answered in agony. 'And I'm going to end it right here." Seconds later the sound of a single gunshot echoed across the canyon. Harvey Logan, alias Kid Curry, was his own last victim. ! Interested in colleens of Bartee Haile's columns? Visit the "General Store"at twith.com or request a list from t?.0. Box 152, Friendswood, TX 77549 i i i Easter VVorship Services 5undy, Mr& Sl, 8:SO , IO:SO ,.m. Brunch ancl Egg Hut t 9:3o .m. Living Word Lutkran Chur&, ELCA 2sin FM 967, BucJa www.]MngworcllucJa.or9 All/kre Welcome MANCHACA Unite Methodist Chux:h Ea' Smay,. rch 31 Fami: Ufe Cete Sun ce . 7 am Buda United Methodist Church Holy Week and Easter Worship Service Schedule C:,?q,,r, r;d,,,"[,-ae w[:'ch us. All are welcome[ I Wednesday, Mar 7, 6:3o p.m., Chapel Service of Wholeness & Healing Thursday, Mar z8, 7 p.m., Worship Center Maundy Thursday Service of Reflection Good Friday, Mar 9, 7 p.m., Worship Center" Holy Saturday, Mar 3o, lo a.m.--2 p.m., Chapel Prayer and Reflection-come & go as you wish Easter Sunday, Mar 3 7:00 a.m., Chapel, Youth led SonRise Service 7:30 a.m., Fellowship Hall, Breakfast and Fellowship 9:00 a.m. Worship Center, Traditional Service* lo:15 a.m., Sunday School for All & Easter Egg Hunt n:oo a.m. Worship Center, Contemporary Service* Invited to a Easter | ,JJ +