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Page 2C NEIGHBORS i I i Hays Free Press • May 12, 2010 . Santa Cruz celebrates Cinco de Students from Santa Cruz Catholic School celebrated Cinco de or "raspas",.and learning how to turn corn on the cob into Katalina Ornelas, Daniella Bowerman, Case Koenig, Gabi Rangiel, Hoppy days BY JEN BIUNDO When Negley Elementary SChool kindergartener Owen Wheeler, 6, and his grandfather Mike Sutton heard a loud croak that sounded like a fog horn coming out of the darkness, they decided to investigate. The light of the flashlight revealed a huge flog near the path that lead to a pond by Sutton's Kyle home. "Owen, being brave as usual, picked it right up and carried it back to the house to scare his Grandma. Then, after a few pic- patron of the Kyle Community Library, wrote the following review of one of the new best- sellers available at the library. Stop by and check it out! COURTESY PHOTO :ing the "Juanito," a traditional Mexian dance, eating snow cones Baum, Christina Rutherford, Andrea Garza, Pedro Marchessini, check out the tortilla demonstration. are here again Sudoku So ported his mother, AprilWheele Marsha May of the Wllllit Diversity Branch of Texas lar and W'fldlife identified the Cre ture as a bullfrog. Comnrd found throughout Texas an d th eastern United States, bull% are the largest frog in.Americ; They are capable predator. feeding on insects, craWtisl small fish, other frogs, bird8 an even snakes, and are mos a( tive in the evening and at gh, A Texas Parks and W'fldlit program called Texas[AmlhiL ian Watch teaches[buddin scientists how to identify fro{ and toads by their calls an d a[ pearance, May said. Link cin be fourd at www.wd.State. under"learning.' i tures (as proof to back up his new frog story) they releasedit backto After sn the pondwhere it.was found," re- Sutton r I of Honor b Pursuit I Bob Straub, a frequent MusliE terroris "Lion o Mitc the last novel, a plot is hatChed to destroy the CIA counterin- telligence agency. Tt/e culprits are a group of Muslims being led by the "Lion of ai-Qaeda." in Extreme Measures, the i From puzzle on pa nce again, Vince Flynn I demonstrates that he is on top of what happens "i" in the world of espionage, covert action and counterin- telligence. He is a master of intrigue and suspense. Pursuit of Honor is a continuation of Flynn's last number-one best- seller, Extreme Measures. In TofJ Crolsword ft. From puzzle on p', ;e 3C Plution iF LE p" le 3C :Enili Lpping a ph°to t° back uP their st°ry' OwenPltw0Th0eBeeJrUaDYnd MSUT0kNe CgJ C,;rcenhouscs ,leased this m;assive bullfrog back into the wild.  yVi Fly o..,,o Tomatoes l Peppers Squash • Zucchini ace nn Okra * Cucumbers * Herbs Boston FeCn Hanging Baskets • Caladiums intriguing when all parties descend onWashington, D.C., the site of the original slaugh- ter. Hallowed grounds become group. Three of the ts escape, including the f al-Qaeda." a Rapp is the head op- a battlefield, and good must conquer evil for the nation to stay its course. V'mce Flynn is at the top of his game. His knowledge of the workings of national intelligence makes Pursuit of Honor seem as though you are reading today's headlines. erative for the CIA. The Presi- dent oi the United States asks • Mitch t a apprehend and bring to justi "e the three remaining al-Qaeia terrorists. First, he has to denfify who and where they ar. The terrorists realize they are beihg pursued and wreak havoc Cn two innocent neighborhoods as they try to escape the claws of jus- tice. Tlle endgame becomes ! To readers who enjoy both Vince Lynn and Brad Thor novels, I highly recommend Pursuit of Honor. counterintelligence offic. is besieged by this radical ?mAY,00AYI00 ] SATURDAY, M/Y 15 s Texas NaturalJ& Western Swingl Festival, 10 a.m.- 5:30 plm., Courthouse Square, San Marcos (512-353-8430) • "Show Off YoUr Ride" 8-11 p.n i., Buda Grocery & Grill .,0..,,,.,,,, Old Town Ky/eAdvocates meel newly renovatel old City Hall fea Police Chief MiChael Blake, 6:30 ing in the :uring Kyle ).m. SENIOR BULLETINIS the Hays insurance you will be ;93-5520 , Kyle Health )lenty of the ent is neces- h Dept. is d Tuesdays 1 on Creek ).m. Cost $2. nd Monday of :yle Commu- SATURDAY, MAY 22 * 5th annual Driftwood Fire Fighter's Feast, 11 a.m.- 3 p.m., Salt Lick Pavilion .26th annual Hays-Caldwell Women's Center Auction, 6 p.m., Embassy Suites Convention Center Ballroom, San Maroos. $25 admission at door, free admission to U.S. Armed Forces in uniform, including retired and reserve ONGOING • Local VFW Post12058 is looking for spon- sors for the Kyle/Buda VFW. Contributions can be sent to P. O. Box 2725, Kyle 78640. For information call Sly at 268-VETS EVERY TUESDAY • Quilting at Onion Creek Senior Citizens in Buds from 9:30 a.m. until noon. For informa- tion call Linda, 295-5726. EVERY WEDNESDAY • Duplicate Bridge, Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, 11:30 (Call Donna 268-4672) EVERY THURSDAY • The Onion Creek Senior Citizens in Buda are inviting all local seniors to stop by for lunch and socializing every Thursday at the Center on FM 2770 and Barton's Crossing (behind the JP's office). Doors open at 9 a.m. for games and visiting. Lunch is served at noon. (Cost $4) For information call Sandra at 468-4451 or on Thursday call the center at 295-3413. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12 • Relay for Life Luminaria decorating, 5:30 p.m., Barton Middle School Cafeteria • Relay for Life of Buda/Kyle looking for cancer survivors and caregivers to participate. Call Becky Fisher 512-750-4697 • Light up the Track, If interested in purchasing" luminaries in honor or in memory of someone with cancer, contact Becky Fisher at 512-750-4697 THURSDAY,MAY 13 • Co-ed Christian Book Club, 7 p.m., 242 Hut- ton (Plum Creek) 749-3711 • Aggie Moms, 7 p.m., Plum Creek Community Center, Kyle (512-576-9992) The Hays Free Press is dedicating a special section of the Bulletin Board to Senior Citizens. If you have any organizations or events for this section, please email to news@haysfreepress. com or or mail to The Free Press, P. O. Box 339, Buds, 78610. THURSDAY, MAY 13 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 9 a.m. Lunch at noon, Menu: breakfast casserole and more * Kyle Area Senior Zone Game Night: Fcotsie Tournament and other games, 6 p.m., Old Kyle City Hall. Snacks furnished. TUESDAY, MAY 18 • Kyle Area Senior Zone, 9:30 a.m., Old Kyle City Hall. Lunch at noon, Menu: fried fish, members bring sides and dessert. THURSDAY, MAY 20 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 9 a.m. Lunch at noon. Menu: Salisbury steak w/ gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls, ice cream. • Howerton Eye Clinic will offer a vision screen- ing, 10 a.m.-noon. Dr. Berkowitz will speak concerning eye problems during the lunch. IIIIII II I I MONDAYS • Shingles vac( County Health will not pay for eligible. Call th and tell them y( Dept., so that tf vaccine with th THIRD THURSDAY • National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association meet at 10 a.m. at the South Austin Senior Center, 3911 Manchaca Rd, Austin. :ine is available a 9ept. If your heat the vaccine, then Health Dept. at u are going to tl" e staff will bring m. No appointrr sary. Cost is $5 ). The Kyle Healf open on Mondays 1 to 6 p.m. ar to 4 p.m. [ I i msrrueso, lr EVERY WEEK DAY • Kyle Meals on Wheels is meeting at the Old Police Station at 103 S. Front St. Table games start at 9:30 a.m. each day with meals served at 11:30 a.m. nasta and 42 On Center, Buda, 6 • Games of Cz Senior Citizen= (295-4422) SECOND MO| • Kyle Quilters each month al nity ribrary, 4( SECONDTUE! IMY meet on the sec( 6:30 p.m. at the 9 W. Blanco St. ;DAY / • First Baptist 3hurch in Kyle h; cheon at noon on the second T month. Open tO all seniors in th I a senior lun-- esday of each Kyle area. Bedding plants • 5" Annuals • Mandevillas / 1 gal. Perennials $4,29 • Lantana Plumba.(io • Salvia Greggii ° Rosemary Bulbine • Ice Plant • Texas Sage told much mor00 _=-=--- ;12 - 367 - 61003 ----- = _-- = !=='.€'i(- -- i iHiiii?T The Quality Care Your Pet Needs at Prices You Can Afford] LOW COST PET VACCINATIONS TM ] Held in front of H-E-B I SUnday, May 16 H-F.-B • Ced Corner of Hwy. 183 & 1431 9 am - 11 am Walgreens. Austin 9801 Manchaca Rd. _ Slaughter Ln. 9 am - 11 am Heartworm ye DOe Package A: ............................... $10.00 Rabies Package B: ............................... $24.00 Rabies- DHLPP Package C ................................. $35.00 Rabies - DHLPP - Bordel ,lta He-B. 'ili n.e-B • 6607 S IH-35 @Wm Cannon 5401 South FM 1626 9am- 11 am 1 pm-2:30 pm wPark H-F.-B • AusUn 6900 Brodie Ln. @ Win. Cannon 1 pm-2:30pm H-E-B • Pflugimeile 201 N FM 685 1 pm - 2:30 pm rest only $5 w/negative results & purchase of a ]r's supply of hear]worm preventative. Package A i i. i;, 'ill ............... $10.00 Rabies Package Bi i!:... :i..,.,,,.:,. ii.",$20:00 Rabies-FVRCPC Package C: ....... !:;; $35 O0 Rabies - FVRCPC - kernia PackageD: ................................ $55.00 PackageD: .............. :ii::.. $55.00 Rabies- DHLPP- Bordete Is- Canine Influenza Rabies- FVRCPC - Leukemia- FIV Also available: Lyme Di }ease Vaccine $22 & Rattlesnake Vaccine $24.50 We offer puppy & kitten shotsl Vaccination Clinic is Independently Owned & Operated by Vantuard Veterinary Associates, P.C. I (21101653-3 • ° I Copyright 2010 Vanguard Veterinary Associates, P.O. | We accept cash an(El checks only. For safety, please have animals on leash I O in carrier Vacinati n Clinic is not owned or operated by H-E-B or Walgreens.