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Hays Free Press June 5, 2013 !Page 4B EDUCATION + Sundays at 2 p.m. Great Fun Great Food $100 Minimum Game Prize $500 Progressive Jackpot Santa Cruz C ~V~ Acfi ty Center Texas Bingo License No. 17424803181 i PHOTO BY KIM HILSENBECK Powder Puff girls raise $1,600 for Project Graduation The annual senior vs. junior girls Hays High School Powder Puff football game May 23 displayed plenty of female prowess in a male dominated game. Decked out in face paint and specially printed t-shirts, the teams battled it out on the gridiron to a crowd of about 150 fans. On the sidelines, Hays High football players shouted out plays and advice. Two brave males donned cheerleader outfits and led the crowd in some - we'll call them interest- ing - cheers. The senior girls won 7-0, but the juniors are already strategizing for next year. A key fundraiser for Project Graduation, the game raised more than $1,600 in ticket and concession sales. The funds will help event organizers offer a night of safe partying with no alcohol or drugs. PHOTO BY KIM HILSENBECK Carpenter Hill students raise money for the Food Bank Enterprising young third graders from Carpenter Hill Elementary donated 10 per- cent of the profits they earned from their annual Market Days. Students (and their families) made a variety of goods, in- cluding hair accessories, photo frames and duct tape wrapped pens to sell to the rest of the school. The exercise teaches students how to create a busi- ness plan, as well as product design, marketing and sales. Third graders raised $137.56, which they donated to the Hays County Food Bank. Jane Kirkham, a long-time volunteer with the agency, accepted the hand-made oversized check and imparted thanks and com- mendations to the students for caring about their community. Cookie is a Cell Dog Graduate. Rambo is a one year old She is a 7 year old Rottweiler long haired tabby. He is very mix, is house trained, has relaxed and loves to lounge basic obedience training on his cat tree. Rambo is fairly and is crate trained. She is independent, but likes to be also spayed, heart worm cuddled from time to time. negative, fully vaccinated and He is currently waiting for his microchipped, forever home at the shelter! PAWS Shelter and Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill shelter operated primarily on donations and adoptions. 500 FM 150 E, Kyle, TX 512 268-1611 Please visit pawsshelter.org All animals are fully vaccinationed, spay/neutered, microchipped and dewormed. Pets of the Week sponsored by (512) 268 PETS. www PlumCreekVet com Located in Kyle, Texas at 4100 Everett next to the Performing Arts Center and Austin Regional Clinic +