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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press May 12, 2010 t Camp Heartsong helps bereaved children work through messages to their loved one. HeartSong STAFF REPORT CTMC Hospice Care is ac- cepting applications for Camp HeartSong, a special bereave- ment camp for children ages 8 - 13 who have experienced a death of a family member or significant loved one in the last year. Camp dates are June 6, 7 and 8, 2010. Camp HeartSong will be held at John Knox Ranch, a 300 acre camp facility located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country on the banks of the Blanco River, six miles from Wimberley. Kids will spend three days and two nights in camp lodges supervised by trained adult camp counsel- C0UgI'IESY PHOTO their grief. Last year, campers set sail paper boats with now hiring ors, including a licensed social worker and regi tered nurse. Camp Heartong provides a safe harbor tar children to express feeling:; of grief and loss in a pea:eful environ- ment. Bereavmnent activities using art, crafts and music are threaded into fln camp activi- ties including s' imming, tub- ing, hiking, pho :ography and a campside bonf re. A bereave- ment counselor will conduct individualized :ounseling and support groups "When ayom g child experi- ences a signific nt death, such as a parent or s! bling, the loss can have a detri nental effect," said LisaAdams spokesperson for CTMC Hospice Care.. We believe emotional comfort is important for acceptance after a loss, just as encouragement from their loved ones. At Camp HeartSong, our goal is to walk with these children along the road to recovery." Camp HeartSong is funded through the CTMC Seasons of Sharing annual campaign and through community dona- tions. There is no cost for the children to attend and meals and Snacks are provided, how- ever, space is limited. Please visit www.HisTouch.com to watch a short video on this special camp. For an application to Camp HeartSong, or for more infor- mation about volunteering to be a counselor, call CTMC Hospice Care at 512-754-6159. No Limits Dance Unlimited's last month. They took home many top awards inclue Competition on April 18-19. The following weekend, at Elite Top Firsts and Diamond Elite Top Firsts. Dancers ( Kathryn Herrington, Vanessa Garcia, Emily Beyer, Erin V COURTESY PHOTO weekends at competition ing Platinum awards and Overall awards at Encore. Talent On Parade, they won several Judges Awards, eft to right) included Rosie Salazar, Micaela Jimenez, ieser, Kelsi Eckhardt and Rachel Harvey. I Project Ggaduation donations help keep ,'in safe PEC is proud to provide $500 high schools that participate in and similar activities. These donations provide safe, alcohol- and drug-free this year's graduates. We encourage support Project Graduation efforts in districts. Pedernotes Electric 1-888-5 to area Graduation aelp schools .stivities for nembers to :heir school ;4-4Z32 www.pec.coop 0 ] HBNmIBINImN]II)lUBflglmIIIIrIII]rlIII'IIFIIGWT"FI I rfTrtlllllrf]|Tillllllllllrl[llll" iIinlilfl!ml]nmrrrl]lrlr!lll i] 11 it i i' T ...... 1 rT' 1 I I"1' trill,ill ,e|e,!l rrrl, rlni ,', ,, i,' , On Center Continued from pg. 1C don't microwave your left- overs in it. Actually, avoid it at all costs. There are plenty of other, less toxic alterna- fives. Seek them out and do business with companies that follow suit. And last but not least is the dreaded Numero Seven, "Mixed Plastics"--- all the other stuff that ends up in our landfills as trash. Recyclers can't use it and don't want it. So don't buy it. Looking in the fridge at the Free Press, most of our stuff (juice and yogurt and salad dressing and squirt mustard) is coded one and five. Oddly, our Hershey's Chocolate Syrup and Welch's Grape Jelly are in squeeze bottles marked with sevens. Dang. Sweet tooth staples are housed in materials doomed for the eternal scrap heap. Is there no justice? I guess we've all got to become more aware of what we are buying and the consequences of the packaging being foisted on us. Look for those ones and twos and buy products with the least amount of packaging'possible. It's an uphill battle but we've got to start somewhere. / Congratulations Stuart Dean and in Mathel OBITUARIES HARRIS Willie C. Harris, Sr., 68, of Kyle passed away Thurs- day, May 6, 2010. He was born November 27, 1941 in Austin. Funeral services were Tuesday, May 11, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. at the First Baptist Church on Mitch- ell Street in San Marcos. Graveside services with full Naval Honors were held Wednesday, May 12, at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. WALKER Anthy Lee Walker went to be with the Lord on May 10, 2010. Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 5 - 8 p.m. at Mission Park Funeral C.hapel South. Funeral service will be held on Friday, May 14, 2010 at 10 a.m. at Center Union Baptist Church with inter- ment to follow at Antioch Cemetery in Buda. For personal acknowl- edgement you may sign the guest book at www. missionparks.com in the obituary section. We're a Texas company that understands what your needs are.. Germania has agents across Texas to better serve you. From Kerrville to Austin to .Waco, we know Central Texas? Germania is no ordinary insurance'cmpanY" We've been insuring Texas homes tbr over 110 years. We have competitive rates, discoum options and exceptional claim service, 24/7. Contact us today to find anagent near you and discover tbr ymxxself why Germania is The Insurance Texans Trust. HOME - AUTO LIFE www.Germanialnsurance.corn 1-800-392-2202 Hays Insurance Group 512-262-3388 Holt Insurance 512-398-5948