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II[I!RI!]/HI iR Mli!,,,, . . . ...... Page 6C + NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press June 29, 2011 + Summertime volunteers at the Kyle Public LibrarY are (from left to Sosa, Eutiquio Mondragon and Jacqueline Hermosillo. right): Saleha C0URTE~ P801~ Siddiqui, Phoebe Sosa, Neriah V!lunteers are at the cart of the Kyle Public ibrary. Without library patrons who donate their time, the library would have trouble functioning, espe- cially in the busy summer- time. As schools empty out, public libraries fill up. The long summer days are packed full of programs to attract children and their families to the library. And the prizes offered in the Summer Reading Club are designed to entice children to keep up or improve their reading skills over the sum- mer. It's exciting to watch copies of "Judy Moody" and "Captain Underpants" fly off the shelves as young people discover the joys of leisure reading and to see children stagger out the library door weighed down by piles of books about their newest passions, whether those be dinosaurs or astronomy or magic tricks. But as welcome as the extra influx of people is, it's hard to accommodate with- out increasing staff levels. And that is why the Kyle Public Library staff members love summertime volunteers. Over the summer, many young people help run the library and its programs. (This is in addition to the much-appreciated volun- teers who help year-round at the library.) The volunteers help with programs in many capacities, such as assisting with crafts, serving refresh- ments and taking photos. Volunteers also help register children for the Summer Reading Club, explain how the club works, and redeem book logs for prize tickets. Volunteers who are more ex- perienced help shelve collec- tion items and check items in and out of the library. There's still a lot of sum- mer left, so if you'd like to volunteer, please come by the Kyle Public Library at 409 W. Blanco St., call 512-268- 7411 or email circulation@ We definitely could use extra hands on Thursday, July 14 for the Summer Reading Club's Wrap-Up Party. celebrate wedding anniversary "iss Geraldine Fogie and Thaddeus Charles (T.C.) .McCormick Jr., M.D. were married on June 28, 1942, in the living room of the groom's home at 2807 North Guadalupe Street (now Hemphill Park) in Austin, Texas. The Sunday morning nuptials be- gan at 8 a.m. and throughout their married life, the groom has often quipped, "We began the ceremony early on Sunday. My thought was if it didn't work out, I would not have wasted the whole da~" - a little joke invariably accompanied by his bride's hearty laughter. Now, 69 rich and wondrous years later, Charles and Jerry rejoice in the bounty of blessings God has showered on them. The family they made includes four children, nine grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Kimberly Glomb, United in Ceremony gan Wood June 11, 2011 Ki~cimberly Anne Glomb ame the wife of gan Andrew Wood on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda, Texas. The Reverend Kirby Garner officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Glomb and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wood, all of Buda. Grandparents of the bride are Ms. Madlyn Cloutier and the late J. Jack Cloutier and Ms. Dorothy Glomb and the late Oscar Frank Glomb. Grandparents of the groom are Ms. Ann Cooper and the late Charles Sinclair Lawson and Ms. Mildred Wood and the late Sterling Henry Wood. An arrangement of white lilies, orchids, snapdragons, stock, roses, and Bells of Ireland, designed by Sue Ellen's of Buda, adorned the altar. The bride was escort~ to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents. She wore a Michael Shettel mermaid- style gown that is part of his new line of princess-inspired wedding dresses. The white taffeta provided a continual rushing to the knee. The sweetheart bodice was embellished with metallic rhinestones, pearls, and crystals and the modern pick up skirt fell to a sweep wain. The elbow length double tiered veil was accented with matching metallic rhinestones. Kimberly's bouquet featured white lilies with a cascade of white orchids. Ms. Natalie Jimenez attended her sister as Matron of Honor. Miss Melissa Glomb, younger sister of the bride, served as Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Ms. Jennifer Tasby, lifelong friend, Miss Shea Ott, teaching cohort, and Ms. Carmen Seabaugh, high school friend. Their gowns of claret-colored satin featured a sweetheart bodice and a softer rushing. The formal length Alfred Angelo gowns fell to a sweep train and both the brides' and her attendants dresses featured a corset-laced back. The bridesmaids' bouquets were highlighted with Corazon roses. Matt Scale and Emerson Trager, four-tier strawberry wedding lifelong friends of the groom, cake with almond buttercream served at best men. Groomsmen icing designed by Beth Lawhon were Daniel Camfine and Derrill of Kyle. Each tier was wrapped Naschke, college friends and Marc in satin ribbon with a "W" of Christal a lifelong friend. Swarovski crystals topping Tony Degelia, good friend of the cake. The groom's cake the groom, gave the scriptural resembled a baseball bat to reflect readings, his love of the game in high Immediately following the school, college, and as a semi-pro. ceremony, a reception was held The couple left the reception at the Onion Creek Club. Guests to a shower of rose petals and were greeted at the registry made their exit to their awaiting table by Ms. Shea Jones and limousine. They will enjoy a Ms. JoAnn Welch, friends of trip to Riviera Cancun on the the bride and groom and their Yucatan Peninsula with selected parents. Tables were set with adventure excursions. empire vases topped with tea The groom's parents hosted lights and accented by claret- the rehearsal dinner at Salt Lick. colored napkins, black table Wine and beer were served as the runners and sprinkled with round wedding party arrived. Everyone cut diamond decorative pieces, enjoyed the best of Texas BBQ. As guests entered the main Kimberly gave the mothers a ball room, the bride's portraits necklace with an open heart were displayed for viewing, charm accented with diamonds. Background music was provided She gave her bridesmaids their by Tunes Across Texas as guests wedding jewelry and etched were seated and enjoyed a crystal wine stoppers with selection of cheeses at their table, their initials. Logan had Zinger The bride and groom, along bats made for the fathers and with their wedding party were groomsmen with their names announced as they descended the carved on the barrels. staircase from the upper balcony. Kimberly graduated from The father of the bride offered the University of Texas with the blessing and a seated dinner a degree in education. She is of spring mix salad, grilled a second/third grade teacher chicken with a plobano cream at NYOS, a charter school sauce, wild rice, and sautred in Austin, Texas. Logan is asparagus was served, a graduate of St. Edward's A champagne toast was given University with a degree in by the best men and matron of finance and certification in honor before the new couple education. He teaches and enjoyed their first dance to "If I coaches at Hernandez Middle Ain't Got You" by Alicia Keys. School in Round Rock, Texas. The cake table featured a The couple will reside in Austin. + Farmers Market:,." nee