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Page 4C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press June 7, 2017 'Secret Life of Pets' ...... at Buda City Park On June 9, come out to Buda City Park for the annum Movies in the Park series. "Secret Life of Pets" will begin at 9 p.m. Movies are shown in Buda City Park every Friday in June. 'Sing!' at Lake Kyle On June 9, join the City of Kyle Parks and Recreation Department for a viewing of 2016's "Sing?", featuring Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane and more. Bring your blankets, folding chairs and movie snacks to enjoy a relaxing .... evening by the water. The movie will begin after sunset at the amphitheater at Lake Kyle. PHOTOS BY MOSES LEOS III Buda Fun Fish Are you ready for Buda Fun Fish 20177 Bring the kids out to Bradfield Village Park on Saturday, June 10 for a little fishing from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fishing equip- ment and bait will be provided. Did we mention it's free admission? There will also be free snacks and beverages along with prizes and raffle tickets. Kids 16 and under do not require a fishing license. For more information, contact Buda Parks and Recreation at 512-295-7170. For volunteer opportunities email vin- Kyle Market Days Get a taste of local flavor at this month's Market Days On Saturday, June 10. Come out to Kyle Market Days from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Square Park and check out local vendors, live music and more. This month's theme is "Summertime" and partners with Home Depot Kyle. Market Days are held the second Saturday of every month. m i For all show'dmes and IislJn s, please check our website or call showllnei $5 Tuesday Frenzy :. ~........:. : ............... ~'", :ili t Texas History Continued from pg. 3C The three-mile route from the business district to the Centennial Exposi- tion was packed with 300,000 to 400,000 men, women and children in a city with a population of 260,000. A remarkable thing, at least by present-day standards, happened as the president rode past the county jail. When the inmates shouted and waved through the bars, Roosevelt flashed his familiar smile and waved right back. Mounted Texas Rang- ers met the motorcade at the front gate of the Centennial and cleared the way to Cotton Bowl, where a capacity crowd of 50,000 patiently waited in the 95-degree heat. In a half-hour address broadcast live across the country, FDR said, "I have come here to bear the tribute of the nation to you on your hun- dredth birthday. You are a hundred years young! "With the return of better days," for which the incumbent natu- rally took credit, "we have witnessed three great expositions: the Century of Progress in Chicago, the California International Exposition in San Diego and this fine exposition commemorat- ing the centenary of the independence of Texas. May you have all the luck you deserve." Luck was something Franklin Roosevelt defi- nitely did not need that November, when he ried Texas and 45 other states to win a second term in a no-contest with Republican Alf Landon. Bartee welcomes your comments and questions at barteehaile@gmail. corn or P.O. Box 130011, Spring, TX 77393 and invites you to visit his web site at 512-302-555--- 5 www atfcu orgI 300+ Free ATMs IFree Checking I I 24 Austin Metro Locations I the FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT~ FOR HEALTHY LIVIN~ FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 00 OOOo 0 Oo Oo O0O0 Our New Facility * Gymnasium . Exercise Studios o Child Watch Hays Communities Benefits FREE Group Exercise Programs FREE Youth Classes FREE Child Watch for Y Members FREE Y Active Sessions with a Personal Fitness Coach Swim Lessons, Pools & Water Slides NEW Full-Size Gymnasium DISCOUNTS for Y Members on Sports Leagues, Swim Lessons, Camps & More! FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. near FM 967 & 1626 (512) 523-0099 oln nline Become a member and get access to our great rates and services. Visit to learn more. 1Annual Percentage Rate. Actual rate may vary depending on credit qualifications. Rates and terms are subject to change without notice. Auto loan rate advertised is our lowest rate for the purchase of a new or used vehicle, or the refinance of an existing loan from another lender. 2Austin Telco pays all standard closing costs for Home Equity/HELOC loans below $100,000. These costs include: title search, flood determination, credit report, and county filing fees. If necessary, additional fees for appraisal, survey, and/or title company closing costs will be the responsibility of the borrower. Estimated costs will be disclosed upon receipt of application. 3Rate applies to 1st lien commercial real 0 estate loans with a loan to value of 80% or less; construction/development loan rates/terms may vary. Federally insured by NCUA. Austin Telco NMLS #422857 LENDER~" + i,) ]li ' i I I i i II !1 i ~X J!i!ii ii