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Page 4B EBU~ Hays Free Press * May 25, 2011 + PIIOT0 BY JIM glIJJM A happy morning contingent of this year's Kids' Komar at Hays High School show the smiles that go with the annual experience that enrolls pre-school students for a week of working with high school Child Development students. Students include (back, left to right) Kelsey Yarbrough, Chesidy Cloud, Missy Granell, Bacardi Mc- Daniel; (center, left to right) Kenzy limmons, Allison Bailey, Kirsten Pollard, Ashley Juarez;, (front, left to right) Kristi Orta, Kennedy Spain, Mia Stokes, Cara Morriss, Jayden Brownlow. School Bdefs Continued from pg. 3B Grand Champion hon- ors. The DMS Symphonic Band also scored a 1st Division, "Best in Class," and placed 2nd in overall competition. The Mustang 6th grade band scored a 1st Division and was best in its class. Finally, the Barton Middle School Beginners Band won a 1st Division, "Best in Class" trophy, and 3rd overall on their competition day. Rebs select Class of 2012 Class officers for next year's Hays High School se- nior class have been elect- ed by their peers. Stephen Luna will lead the class as President, Iyler CuUen will be Vice President, and Shelby Pape will serve as Secretary. Rachel McManus and Jennifer Putman will serve as Senators. STAFF REPORT Lab so high school students can get real-world experience Hays High School's Amy in aclassroom. Hendrickson teaches Family Hendrickson says this year's and C0mumer Science for the ver 10n 0fKJtb' t0mer brought district's Career and Technol- the children in from 8:30 am. ogy Department and one of to 2:30 p.m. for a full school her favorite annual activities week. TwO different shifts of is the week her 130 students high school students came in host pre-schoo! youngsters for each day, eventually providing Kids' Komer. The 22-year tra- all of them a chance to work dition brings young children with the children, each studem into the Child Development working a three-hour shift. This yea~s enrollment was 15 and at mid-week, each had been in attendance and ready for a md~tu~ie of activitie~s every da~ The 10ok of njoyment mixed with fatigue that has been on all my smdtents' faces at the end of their shrift is price- less," Hendrickson ~ays of the week, adding, "I know they have experienced 'what was meant to be expe~enced in working with these children!" Totem Honorees Continued from pg. 3B their immediate predecessors, and Kelyn Mock (Pride); 2008 R.J. Hardaway and Shant6 Ed- the 2010 honorees. The cam- - Cody DeSalvo and Char- wards (Wisdom); Victor Marti- plete list of Lehman Totem realle Robinson (Integrity); nezandNicoleMoralesfPride); Award winners follows: Alexis Guadarrama and Jessica 2010- Neil Dodson and Delmi 2007 - Joey Primeau and Dutschke (Wisdom); Trevor Alejandro (Integrity}; Trenton Alyssa Chomel (integrity); Jub- DelanoandLaurenHawthomeMohle and Meem Day (Wis- al McDaniel and Diana Gomez (Pride); 2009-Juan Rabies and dam); Jordan Esquiwel and Bri- (Wisdom); Zach Coppedge Chanelle WiUiams (Integrity); annaGarzafPride). 21 Metro Locations Free Checking 250+ Free ATMs Refinancing can mean big sawings. Let us help you figure out how mulch you can save. Contact a loan specialist todayr at 512.302.5555 or 800.252.1310 xt. 7194. No Closing Costs Austin Telco will pay all standard closing c costs for new home equity loans under $100,000 clossed at an Austin Telco branch. Austin Telco offers loans to help your business grow and succeed. Contact Jim Howey (ext.7317) or Jim Greenwood (ext. 7379) at 512.302.5555 or 800.252.1310. 20 Year Amortization No Prepayment Penalty Automobil Loans Commercial Real Estate Loans 10 Years Fixed 15 Years Fixed Up to, 60 Me. 66 Me. ro 5 Years Fixed 7 Years Fixed 5.25 o** You CanJoin It's Free! Membership is open to anyone in the 5 county Austin Metro area. $25 deposit to regular shares required for membership Mopey ]Market Jumbo Share Certificates 1 $75,000 to $124L999 $125,000 and Above 12 Months 24 Months *Annual Percentage Rate All rates are expressed ~as low aasL Actu~mte may vary depending on credit qualifications. **Rate applies to 1st lien commercial real estate loans with a loan to value of 80% or less; comwaction/developmeat t(oan rates~ms may be ~r~. ***~nnua~ Yercentage Yield. PenaMes for early withdrawal may apply Jumbo- A minimum deposit of $95,000 is required. Rates and terms are subject :to chan@'thout notice. Austin Telco Federal Credit Union is federally insured to at least ~250,000 per member bv the National Credit Union Administration. .... +