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Page 2C + NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press = May 18, 2011 + "Manna" from Heaven is what I call the rain that fell last Thursday. Granted more rain is needed, but it sure looked and felt good. I got caught loading supplies into the car in San Marcos. It was dark as midnight, for a time. The Uhland area received one to one and half inches depending where you reside. Thanks for every drop. Catching up on news from last week. The St. JohnWomen's Guild met on Saturday. the 7th for their monthly meet- ing with Barbara Hanna and Gloria Maier as hostess. Gloria presented the program on "Women of the Bible," which was reported by those that attended, as very interesting and well done. Those of us who are not able and/or some- times other matters prevent us from attending, miss good programs, fellowship and good food. All are reminded that the "sock drive" for residents in the nursing homes (men and women) continues. Thanks for the plates of food. St. JolmWomen's Guild voted to send $200 to the Tornado Relief Fund to help those in the south eastern part of the states. A door collection was also taken after the worship service for the survivors of the recent devastation. Theses donations will be forwarded to the LCMS World Relief. Noticed the caf~ in Uhland was sporting a new coat of paint and cars and pickups parked around it. Yes, it is open. Rosie's Diner opened last Thursday and the menu sounds delicious. Breakfast consists of various tacos, breakfast plates, etc., served from 6-11 a.m. Lunch plates, chicken fried steaks, various Mexican plates, hamburgers, etc. served from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. I enjoyed the visit with Rosa Martinez who I worked with for many years at Hillside. Mary, another co-worker, joined us. Best wishes to Rosa and Robert Martinez. The phone number at the caf~ is 512-398-6887. Sympathy is extended to the family of Nora Boenig who passed away last week after an extended period of ill health. She was a resident of Chisholm Trail Nursing Home in Lock- hart. Funeral services were held at McCurdy Funeral Home in Lockhart and burial was in the Lockhart City Cemetery. Pas- tor Carlson Jakubik of St. Patti United Church of Christ did the fimeral service. Glad to report that Herbert and Pauline Schurerffeger are both recovering at home after a hospital stay in Scott &White in Temple. Stay well! Others on the not so well list are Jim Alexander, Cheryl Shelley, Ed Daugherty, Gilbert Haberer and Raymond Heide- man, who suffered another fall. Prayers and best wishes to all. Thanks to Dorothy and Morris Henderson for the telephone call to say they missed the cohunn last week. Sorry but health and time inferred. Dorothy (Haberer) and Morris are both homebound inWunberley and keep up with Uhland by reading this column. Buda Bits Continued from og- 1C unopposed for Place 5 and Scott Dodd Birthday wishes go out to Linda Rose- defeated write-in candidate David Stewart brock on May 19; Free Press Reporter Sean to keep his Place 6 seat. Kimmons and A. ]. Verver on May 21; Angie .. Huckaby on May 22; Eileen Conley on May 24; and ]eanette Matthews on May 26. Three-year-old Madelynn wants The Buda Farmer's Market is in full swing everyone to know that she now has a now every Saturday from 9 a..m:, until noon on Main Street across from Garcias Restaurant. baby brother. Blake Allen Muckelroy was Stop by for great buys 2m local farmers. born on Thursday, April 14, 2011, weigh- ing a healthy ei~i?t pounds. He is the son of Buda residents Brady and Susan Muckelroy. Grandparents are James and The Buda Fire Department Blood Drive Becky Reynolds of Buda, Pat Muckelroy is this Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m. until of Lockhart and Ed and Maggie Drane of 3 p.m. at the Cabela's parking lot. Contact Kentucky. Micheli ]ohnston at 295-2232 or email mjohnston@budafire.org. Also sign up " online at wwwinyourhands.org, sponsor Members of the Onion Creek Senior, code: budafire. Citizens Center send out their thanks to .. the staff of Senior Care at Onion Creek for hosting the benefit pancake breakfast Cathy Chilcote flew to Arkansas Monday last week. The new nursing home at 1700 night to be with her toddler grandchild Onion Creek Parkway in Austin contributed who fell into a bonfire and was very seri- fund.S272 to the Buda senior center building famil _uslyyhurned" Our prayers go out to all the MOORE Mary Edith Moore, 86, of Kyle, formerly of La Grange, died Satur- day, May 14. She was born June 25, 1924. She is survived by daughter, Judy Gos- sett; daughter and son-in-law, ]oleen and Joel Cowan; son and daughter-in-law, Bobby Dale and Tita Iackson; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednes- day, May 18, 2011 at Koenig & Strickland Funeral Home in La Grange with burial at the Masonic Cemetery in Weimar. Memorials donations can be made to Gospel Lighthouse Assembly of God, 144 S. College St., La Grange, TX 78945. If you have obituary information the Hays Free Press may not have access to, please email us at news@haysfree- press.com or call 512- 268- 7862. On Center Continued from pg. 1C : !iiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iii{i Each tient' s tion is unique. many of I,r , c@ing strate tions not. Our specialized help and motiv and hope. A care plan is wri especially for you by our r rses and therapists. in conference with your physician. would think, the Old City Hall was their accept reality, learn rocldng Saturday night. Not sure tOeffe with proble and exactly what was going on, but whenIcameup tothe Free Press .................... .~ and mainta/n personal to check on election results, I'm pretty sure I saw a disco ball and stlobe lights dangling from the ceiling. It cracked me up. The first Movie in the Park went off without a hitch. Word from Deidre Hores of Kyle Parks and Rec is: "The weather was perfect to sit outside and watch a great Disney movie, "Tangled." We had a nice cool breeze come in after the sun went down and it was nice and relaxing watching this movie under the stars. We had about 300 folks show up and it was a great movie. Next one is on June 17, we will be showin~ "How to Train Your Dragon"." And there you have it. Down- town in a nutshell. O RiverCitgHospice John, Paya! or Matthew 512.292.4929 0 Please join us for oar official grand opening of Creekside Villas Senior Villat Buda's newest, affordable luxury apartment community. Enjoy food, beverages, games, tours and prizes. Saturday, May 21,2011 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Creekside Villas Senior Village 590 Ranch Road 967 Buda, TX 78610 www.MerrittCommunities.com 888-933-0009 M ITT COMMUNIlIES Bicycle Helmet Giveaway Get Moving. Stay Safe. Wear A Helmet. Does your child have a cool helmet to wear while biking, skateboarding, skating or riding a Razor? If not, stop by our office to receive free protective headwear* - courtesy of the Texas Medical Association's Hard Hats for Little Heads program and the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. Saturday, May 21 9 am - 1 pm Seton Family of Doctors at Hays 5103 Kyle Center Drive, Suite 104 Kyle, Texas 78640 *Quantity limited to the first 100 children. Hard Hats for Little Heads is made possible through a grant from TMA Foundation thanks to top donors - BlueCross and BlueShield of Texas, Prudential, and an anonymous foundation - and gifts from physicians and their families. Seton Family of Doctors at Hays A member of the Seton Family of Hospitals 1