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J /, Page 2C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press March 29, 2017 + AYLOR On Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at the tender age of 16, Brynn Ashtyn Aylor, a sopho- more at Hays High School in Kyle, passed away and entered the presence of the Lord following a tragic traffic accident. Born in Austin, Texas to Jill Susanne Cox Eddleman and Thomas Everett Aylor, Brynn was a beautiful young lady inside and out. She loved all kinds of critters, vol- unteering at Pets Alive where she would give her love and play with all sorts of animals needing loved to eat cookie bat- Visitation was Saturday, from this world to join his stepdaughter Micky, attention and adoption, ter and enjoyed baking; March 25, 2017, at Harrell the Lord in Heaven. stepson Michael, 15 Her compassion was making a mean banana Funeral Home in Kyle. Born January 12, grandchildren and 27 boundless. She aspired nut bread, red cake and Funeral Services were 1930 near Big Spring, great-grandchildren. to become a pediatric multiple desserts which held on Sunday, March Texas, Bill grew up Bill was preceded nurse who worked with she loved to share. 26, 2016 in the sanctu- working on his family's in death by his first children battling cancer. In addition, Brynn's ary at Hays Hills Baptist farm, playing games atwife, Pat, his daughter Brynn loved working life was richly blessed Church in Buda. Fairview school, and Christine, stepdaughter with children and had by those who loved her, Please send your loving sacking groceries at Danielle, and one just started her new job including her parents memories, a fond photo- the local store. He had grandchild. in child care at the Buda Jill and Keith Eddleman, graph, or condolence with many fond memories of A memorial service YMCA. Thomas and Chrissy Brynn's family at www.his life in Big Spring. was held at Hays Hills Brynn was always Aylor; her grandparents harrellfuneralhomes.com. Bill joined the Army Baptist Church in Buda giddy and loved to be - Nancy"Nang' and Larry Donations may be where his typing skills on March 24. In lieu outside. She loved to Buffington; James Cox made in honor of Brynn's later earned him a play softball and was "Papa" (deceased), Wilbur life to the Ronald McDon- position with the of flowers please send unstoppable in the "Pampaw" Aylor and aid House,1315 BarbaraDepartment of Veteransdonations on behalf right field. She had lots Cindy"Meme" Truly. Jordan Boulevard Austin, Affairs. He was an avid of Bill Hammack to of friends, was faith- She had 6 precious TX 78723 or to St. Jude gardener and wood the Hays Hills Baptist turner. He was very Church Silver Servants ful, super sweet, adored brothers she adored .... Children Research Hospi- ministry. her siblings, and was an Dain, Knox, Noah, Luke, talat www.stjude.org, active with church awesome big sister. She Nate and Jamison. She ministries, volunteering Please visit www. was confident about who also leaves behind her much of his time and Harrellfuneralhomes. she was, held her own Uncle Justin and Am- HAMMACK lived a very faithful life. com to share a fond in an argument, exerted ber Cox; Uncles - Arron On Tuesday, March Bill is survived by his memory, photograph, a strong will and was Salem, Blake and Salem21, Billie Harold wife of 19 years, Kay, his or condolence with known to have the best as well as her cousins AJ, Hammack, 87 of daughters Carolyn and Billie's family on his music playlist. Brynn Jade, Kimley, and Kyler. Manchaca, Texas passedKaicie, his son Mike, online memorial site. Moringa: Entirely edible, the living pharmacy Continued from pg. 1C leaves hint at spinach and lettuce. Its immature seeds are used like peas, and if you fry them when mature, they resemble peanuts. In fact, it's hard to rind a part of the Moringa tree that isn't edible. Even the bark is sometimes taken internally for diarrhea. Locals consider it a living pharmacy. The Moringa has prov- en to be a multi-purpose arsenal that dispenses some of the best secrets nature has to offer. For centuries it has been used in ancient Indian ~yurvedic' herbalism to treat a host of ailments such as anemia, bronchi- tis, tumors, scurvy, and skin infections. Drought hardy and disease resistant, the Mo- ringa Tree is a godsend during the dry season, when little food is avail- able. The leaves offer a spectrum of nutrition, rich in vitamins A, B, and C, as well as protein, calcium, and iron. They are so nutritious, in fact, that they contain more vitamin A than car- rots, more vitamin C than oranges, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more potassium than bananas, and more protein than either milk or eggs! A traditional item in pickles and curries, the raw leaves are also perfect for salads. Like the leaves, the flowers too are edible when cooked, packed with calcium and potas- sium. As a bonus, they are Drought hardy and disease resistant, the Moringa Tree is a godsend during the dry season, when little food is available. The leaves offer a spectrum of nutrition, rich in vitamins A, B, and C, as well as protein, calcium, and iron. incredibly fragrant, and help support native bee populations. The 'drumsticks' con- tain the nine essential amino acids that humans must obtain exclusively from their diet. Hidden within the drumsticks are even more remark- able seeds. Loaded with protein, they also con- tain special non-toxic polypeptides that act as natural Brita filters. When ground into powder and mixed with water, they cause sedi- ments to clump together and settle out. When strained through a cloth, they provide cheap access to clean water. Amazingly, just two seeds are enough to purify a liter of dirty water. In turn, the seeds themselves yield valuable yellow oil called ben oil. Sweet, clear, and odor- less, it doesn't spoil easily - perfect fo,r perfumes, cosmetics, and lubrica- tion. It's also used for cooking due to its high levels of healthy unsatu- rated fats. In one serving of 8uda: Senior citizen needs Continued from pg. 1C 46 antioxidants, 36 anti- inflammatories,18 amino acids, and 9 essential amino acids. For such a versatile tree, it's almost hard to believe that the Mor- inga can be grown easily via seeds or cuttings all around the world, includ- ing here in the Hays and Travis counties. Happy gardening everyone! want an opportunity to volunteer," Williams said as she mentioned the respondents' feedback about wanting to be more involved in the commu- nity. According to a Buda press release, there are nine volunteer positions open on the task force, with council assigning members at the April 4 city council meeting. David Marine, Buda public information of- ricer, said the deadline for residents interested in volunteering to serve on the task force for aging adults is April 2. Moringa leaves, you can find: 22% daily value of vitamin C, 41% daily value of potassium, 61% daily value of magne- sium, 71% daily value of iron, 125% daily value of calcium, 272% daily value of vitamin A, 92 nutrients, If you have a question for Chris Winslow, send it via email to iathyme@ yahoo.com. Or mail a postcard to It's About Thyme: 11726 Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78748 www.itsaboutthyme.com a task force," Williams said. Council members agreed the next step toward helping Buda's current and future aging adult population would be to create a task force or commission that could meet quarterly. "We need to move forward on this," council member Eileen Altmiller said. Altmiller referenced a recent Capital Area Coalition of Governments (CAPCOG) newsletter announcing Buda as one of the cities that's thinking ahead regarding improv- ing services for aging adults. "It has been needed for a long time," Buda Mayor Todd Ruge said of the task force. Williams suggested those helping with the task force should be volunteers and not ap- pointed by city leaders. "They (aging adults) Texas Crossword and Sudoku sponsored by ,.LP !Sii i 6 9 itii~!iiiii~:iiiiiii~!il i!iiiiiii~iiiiiii~i~iiiiii~i .............. ::