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Page 4C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press July 8, 2015 + Hearts for Hays Heroes flood relief benefit July 11 1-6 p.m., Supporters of Law Enforcement presents a flood relief benefit with all of the proceeds going to Hays County law enforcement, first responders and teachers who were affected by the Memorial Day flood. There will be live music, BBQ plates and family fun. The event takes place at First Christian Church at 3105 Ranch Road 12 in San Marcos. Movies at Lake Kyle: Neverending Story Join Kyle PARD Ju!y 10 for a showing of "Neverending Story at Lake Kyle. Movies start 30 minutes after sunset. For more information, visit the city of Kyle website. This month Kyle Market Days will have a "Good Life" theme. Local vendors, arts & crafts, farm to market items, live music and more! Takes place from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. July 11 at Historic City Square Park. Concerts for a Down South Railhouse in Kyle will host this season's Concerts for a Cause. July's concert will feature music by Brotherhood of the Girl and benefits PAWS Shelter and Humane Society. Concerts for a Cause is a way to raise awareness of and money for some of the local Hays County charities that work to make this "simply charming" county an even better place to live. I1 11 3-_D 11:20 1:45 4:15 OTERMINATOR: GENISYS 2-D 11:00 2:00 4:45 7:35 10:2013 P~ 7:00 9:55 4k MAGIC MIKE XXL R 1!;~1Q 2:05 4:40 7:20 10:00 1T.D2 R 12:15 2:50 5:25 0:00 10:30 MAX . PG 11;35 ~t:lO 4:50 7:25 10:00 INSIDE OUT PG 10;45 1:20 4:00 0:30 9:00 JURASSIC WORLD rc-~3 11:05 1:55 4:40 7:30 10:15 4,Sorry, No Patmes / Supersavers Additional uJ~:haroe for all 3-D features. SUMMER KidFLIX Every Tue=lay 10:00 July 14th "DESPICABLE ME" Only $1.00 or buy a Pamipqrtll I NOTE: Last week's Montage had a one- hundred year typo. The published newspaper clipping was actually dated 1913. hRarfabulous tidbit rived from Wally udzinski who lives towards the end of Poplar. "Just wanted to let our neighbors know that we have returned from a 6 month stay in Southern Spain. Cathy, Stephanie and Wally lived in a small pueblo named Cartama on the Costa del Sol. It was a great adventure, and we were sad to leave, but we are also happy to be home." After you return from a trip, rather than before or during, is a fabulous time to send a trip tidbit. And, avoid words on Facebook that might alert criminals. Judge Beth Smith frequently emails safety tips. Not on her list? Send your request to Beth Smith . You need not leave Mountain City for a great adventure. Our annual 4th of July parade and lawnmower race was spectacular. A Kyle Fire Department / ESD #5 fire truck led the big parade, with the "Smith twins" in a golf cart closebehind. Judge Beth's twins might make you think you're seeing double. Crystal Smith Dixon now resides here. Her sister, Tiffany Cumutt, is our mayor. Our mayor's husband, John, won the lawn mower race. The i. annual Mountain City 4th Mt. City Montage by Pauline Tom Did you miss it? Mark your calendar for Monday, JUly 4, 2016. 10 a.m. If you have scorpions, purchase a little black light flashlight from Walmart for less than $8. In the Buda store, we found four red-vested employees who did not know where to find it. The black light is located on the top shelf in the insecticide aisle near the garden section. Within a few days, our houseguest called out from the hallway, "Scorpion!" (as baby Emma crawled a few PHOTO BY PAULINE TOM of July parade was a success again this year. feet away.) Time it was were extremely close, for adventure. Yes! A the last one separated scorpion green glows in by about one degree, all the dark. three occurred not far Did you get outside from Regulus, and all around 10 p.m. on June were similarly high up in 30 to see the "Star of the sky." Bethlehem"? Venus and Jupiter appeared in conjunction, dazzling us as great double star. If you want to keep up Did you miss it? Mark with city happenings, your calendar for Oct. 26. visit MountainCityTX. Jupiter and Venus will be corn to sign up for separated by one degree informative emails. just before dawn. And And, attend city council on Aug. 27, 2016, once meetings. Monday, July again the double star will 13, is the next meeting. 7 appear, p.m. at the city hall. Our From city hall is the two-story I house on Mountain City learned that this current Drive at 2770, at the city's trio of Venus-Jupiter entrance. conjunctions closely If you have a resembles a similar series Mountain City-related- in 3-2 BC that has been in-anyway tidbit, it's suggested as the Star of valuable. Please send Bethlehem. to ptom5678@gmail. "Fred Schaaf corn (subject: TIDBIT) explains, "The first two or phone 512 268 5678. conjunctions back then Thanks! Love, Pauline Share LOCAL EVENTS on the Hays Free Press EVENTS CALENDAR It's free to non-profit organizations. Email to submit your event. We reserve the right to edit or limit calendar entries. loin us Sunday July 12th as :[he Sowell Family Pickers from Hempstead, Texas comes to us to minister through their wqnderfut Music and bring joy to our hearts. Services start at 10:30 a,m. with Pastor Barry Chinn presiding. "[his group carries God's word and ministers to churdaes all over the southern United States and recently spent five weeks in Brauson, Missouri where they recorded their latest: CD. CDs will be available for purchase. We are here for with these rates ! NATIONAl. BANK *APY is Annual Percentage Yield. There is a minimum of $25,000 tO open. Rates effec- tive 6/24/15 and are subject to change daily. A maximum of six transfers allowed per month. There is a $10 fee for withdrawals over six during the monthly cycle. Interest is compounded daily and credited monthly. Maintain a minimum balance of at least $25,000 to avoid the $12 month service charge. Fees could reduce earnings. FDIC insured up to $250,000. 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