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'i" Page 4B Education Hays Free Press April 12, 2017 Continued from pg. 3B PHOTOS BY JIM CULLEN Lonors at Hays CISD high school concert bands from Lehman and Hays High brought home the hardware during the 2016 UIL Concert and Sightreading Evaluation, which was held at the Hays Performing Arts Center last week. All four Hays High bands received sweepstakes honors, which meant they earned a "1" in concert and sight-reading. Lehman High's top three bands also received Sweepstakes honors as well. Burrell has no more polit- ical contributions left. In the race for the Dis- trict 1 seat, currently held by incumbent Teresa To- bias, challenger Charles McNiel, Jr. received over $1,990 in political contri- butions from Feb. 17 to April& McNiel, a sales man- ager who is running his first political campaign, received an $887 in- kind contribution from business owner Matt Ocker for a crawfish boil fundraiser. Ocker, who has been a vocal opponent of Hays CISD's May 2017 bond, also loaned McNiel $1,200. McNiel also received $737 in monetary contri- butions from six people. Roughly 90 percent of McNiel's expenses went to printing expenses for political signs. WWW.SPOTLIGHTONCONSERVATION,COM PAYMENTS AS LOW AS / MONTH ASK ABOUT OUR i' PREMIUM LOTS & OWN YOUR HOME IN 20 YEARS OVER 20 MOVE-IN READY HOMES NEW HOMES IN THE MID $50'S SECURE, PRIVATE COMMUNITY FOR YOUR FAMILY RB1#36937 Manufactured Housing Institute Ii t I i]