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Page 6 The Free Press Bulletin Board June 5, 2003 FYh Deadline for submitting infer- mation and pictures for this column is noon each Tuesday. You may use our E-mail address: news@haysfreepress.com to sub- mit information and pictures. Though we cannot guarantee we will be able to publish each submis- sion, you can be assured we'll try our very best. Please remember information must be for a non-profit event. June 6, 7, 13, & 14 Last Train to Nibroc On Stage Theatre of Austin is pre- senting this romantic comedy at the historic Bastrop Opera House, 711 Spring St. in downtown Bastrop. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. with dinner ser- vice available beginning at 7 p.m. Reservations may be made at 512/321-6283, tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $7 for stu- dents and dinner is an additional $10 for any age. June 7 Kite Day Cub scout Pack 218 will host a Kite Day at the Dahlstrom Middle School Fields for all scouts in the pack and boys interested in finding out more about scouts. The fun will start at 9 am.m. Bring your kite and join in. Contact PhylUs Kirkpatrick at 268- 3008 for more information June 7 Hazardous Chemical Collection Free to all Hays County residents, at San Marcos City Hall, 630 E. Hopkins (across from Library) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. No tires, explo- sives, bottled gas, medical wastes, appliances or computers. Will take paint, pesticides, yard chemicals etc. June 7 June Fest The Trinity United Church of Niederwald is having a festival Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. BBQ plates, bake & craft sale and live entertainment at 13700 Camino Real (Hwy. 21). June 7 Amazing Grace Fair Grace United Methodist Church is hosting its first annual Fair for arti- sans and crafts people from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the church grounds located at 205 E. Monroe St. in his- toric south Austin. Visit www.graceumcaustx.org for r~6~''~ ~ information. I N v'l:: S f IN ONF Of America's Best June 7 - CPR I First Aid Class Take a CPR / First Aid class at Kyle City Hall Saturday from 9 - 5. The cost is $20 and includes techniques for infants, children and adults. Contact the City of Kyle for more information 268-5341. June 8 Barton Cemetery Association The Association is having its Annual meeting at 2:30 P.M. at the Barton Cemetery. Mail contributions for upkeep to: Barton Cemetery Assoc. c/o Paura Michaud, P.O. Box 1137, Buda 78610. June 10 Meet other Young Republicansl The Hays County Republican Women are inviting all young I~eo- pie to join them for an informative evening with the College Republicans and Republican Teens at The Pie Company in Kyle at 202 W. Center St. at 7 p.m. For more info contact Debbie Watkins at (512) 858-5206. June 16 - 20 Vacation Bible School The Kyle United Methodist Church will have Bible school from 9 till 11:30 a.m. It is open for all children from pre-schooolers to 6th graders. All activities will be at the Kyle Methodist Church located at Sledge and Lockhart streets. Please call the church at 268-2331 for more info. Opm Meel js?, from p; 1 Pct. 4 Commissioner Russ Molenaar insisted that the meet- ing are not secret, and in fact are open to the public, but that there is not a need to post them as Open Meetings because that would use up county resources. Pct. 3 Commissioner Bill Burnett offered the compro- mise, saying, "I do think the meetings should be advertised. But we don't need to post them as open meetings. We've seen audience members talk over (the meetings) and it becomes a free for all." Ed Sterling of the Texas Press Association said that if the committee is performing the duties of the commissioners, or if the commissioners just rubber stamp the committee's recom- mendations, then the meetings should be posted as open meet- ings. Sterling said the commis- sioners should be watched to see if they rubber stamp the committee's recommendations, then called on it if they do. June 18 Low cost Mammograms Make an appointment for a mammo- gram for $10 at Kyle City Hall Wednesday from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. A generous donation from the Susan G. Komen Foundation makes this program possible call the Seton Cancer Screening 1-866-294-4923. June 21 Women's Center Annual Auction Fundraiser The Hays-Caldwell Women's Center fundraiser will be held Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the ballroom at the LBJ Student Center on the SWT campus. The year's auction celebrate~ the Center's 25th birthday with an evening of fun, food, cake walks and an auction with items for the whole family: jewelry, home, and garden products, collectables, vacations, gift certificates, and more.'lqckets are $15.00 and can be puchased at the door. For more information call 5121396-3404. July 6 Claibome Kyle Log Home Open house this afternoon from 2 p,m. to 5 p.m. Free admission, The massive log house, constructed in 1850 on a bluff high above the Blanco River in Hays County is a four-pen, linear dog-trot style home on its original location on County Road 136, south- west of Kyle, west of IH 35 at 2400 Old Stagecoach Road. Take the Kyte exit from IH 35. Go west through town on Center Street to the intersection with County Road 136 (Old Stagecoach Road). Turn left. Call (512) 268-9981 for more infor- mation. Kyle Quilt Group meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Kyle Library. Anyone interested in quilting, from novices to advanced are invit- ed. For information contact Melanie Atkins at 512/921-9297 or email at quiltmaster208@hotmail.com. Kyle Lions Club at Various Kyle businesses is collecting eyeglasses to share with those who can't afford or have access to glasses around the world. The eyeglasses are cleaned, repaired and classified by prescrip- tion and distributed to those in need by Lion volunteers and other organi- zations in developing nations. All Florida Power & Light Yeld to Maturity Callable ~ Make Fkml Matm'ity 4/01/34 Whole Provision Anheuser Busch Y'mld to Maturity Callable with Make Fkud Maturity 4/01118 Whole Provisi0n General Electdc 3.91 Yeid to Matunty Fired Maturity 2/01113 Non Callable * Y~d er~c~ve 6r3/03, subject to av#abiity. Y~d and market value may ltuc~uab ~ sold pdor to malurity, md the amount recdved from the sale of these sectaffies may be less than the amount or~aiy r.emd. Spe~ c~ pmv~or~ my e,xJst. Rease see i~west~mt re~ for deU/. Subjm to avaam~ =~d p~e c~ange. To invest in these high- quality corporate bonds, call or stop by today, JERRY NIEMIEC, CFP, CLU, ChFC Investment Representative 205 Cheatham St. Ste. 2 www.edwardjones.com 1-800-320-5712,San Marcos Member SIPC serving individual investors since 1871 prescription, reading and non-pre- scription are acceptable. Fourth Tuesday of the month The Small Business Development Center will hold business counseling services at the Buda Library. They offer sessions in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Operations and New Venture Planning. Call the BACC at 295-9999. The sessions are private and last one hour. Every Friday Farmers Market On the Square in downtown Kyle from 3 p.m. until sellout. For informa- tion call 1-877-GROWTEX. Summer Fun 2003 San Marcos Parks and Recreation is holding summer camps for chil- dren ages 7-13 years old. This a 9- week activity filled day camp help at SMCISD campuses, Monday through Thursdays. Call 393-8400 for details. San Marcos Public Library There are many free programs at the San Marcos Library: Storytime, Computer Classes, Yoga, Travel Club, Intemet classes and others, for more information stop by the library at 625 E. Hopkins St. or call (512) 393-8210. Thursday evenings Jam Session No, not the kind you put on biscuits but Bluegrass, Gospel and Country music. From 7-8:30 p.m. at the Railroad BBQ in Kyle. Bring your instrument and join us whatever your skill or just come and listen. No pur- chase necessary. Contact Chuck Pace at 268-4041 if you have any questions. Thursdays Summer in the Park San Marcos Performing Arts Association is presenting their 17th year of live music performances. The performances will be held from 7:90 - 9 p.m. atthe intersection of Hopkins and CM Allen in Plaza Park. For more info call the Main Parks and Recreation Office at 512-393-8400. DANCE HALL SATURDAY, JUNE 7 SATURDAY, JUNE 14 You've tried the rest, come eat the best We Do Catering 750-7300 "Bring your appetite and your guitar" Combo Plate $6s InduCkm tea Reg. Price $7 plus drink pom i oI School of Mus summer Programs Available 312-5995 905 N. Loop 4 Close to HEB "Come Drive With Us" NOW ENROLLING FOR SUMMER CLASSES Enroll now by calling 512-289-0811 (cell) or e-mail hcda@texas.net Eddy Porter, Instructor Texas License #1769 Located in The Free Press building at 3470 Jack C. Hays Trail, just north of Hays High School 424 N. Loop Buda, Texas Barbara B. Pecuch, GRI, CRS Residence 312-0004 Ann-Marie Pecuch Sheely, Esq. Residence 312-1944 - Mike Colonnetta 496-8457 Plants & Hanging I JUNE 7, '03 ON THE SQUARE 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Live Music, 12-4 Handmade items, woodworking, jewelry, jams, salsas, tacos, curly fries, sno cones, and much, much more! Sponsored by the Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce First Saturday - March through December Contact Dale McConnell at 396-2054 for information on booths or music participation! "/Sul~days at '3' ~m. Great Fun Great Food $100 Minimum Game Prize $500 Progressive Jackpot IH 35 Exit 220 100 FM 2001, Buda