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PiE IN THE SKY Hot air balloon demonstration previews inaugural Kyle festival. - Page 8 + Hays Free Press July 26, 2017 Page 5 BY TIMOTHY STUCKEY A possible future leader and aspiring filmmaker from Hays County recently returned to the U.S. after serving as President of the Senate during a mock legislative session in Panama. Hays High School student Isabella Sada says her time as President of the Senate in a foreign country was a challenging yet rewarding experience. "I feel honored being able to know that people trust your intentions along with your goals," said Sada. "It was a big responsibility, but it was an experience and more than anything a challenge." The Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legislative Session is the second in a three- part series of summer programs created by the National Hispanic Institute for students with then I study really hard." "A good leader is not the person After high school, Sada who can speak the best or have life plans to d ect her talent and dedication toward solved all the time ... A good leader ma ngf ms. "I hope to take it to is someone who can bring people another level and soon become a director or script together for a certain goal." writer," Sada said. "I hope to take that career and - Isabella Sada truly give people good films that allow them to the potential to become but the many times admire the work." leaders in the U.S. and you've turned ideas into Sada cited her Latino communities, reality and using yourgrandfather as her The focus of the program assets to get to them and personal hero, noting that is to help students like the people who follow his kindess and willingness Sada receive a higher them," Sada said. "My to put family first as education while focusing success was because ofimportant qualifies she on principled leadership those people and theirwishes to emulate. in the Latino community, will to trust in my alonggood leader is not Sada was one of with my actions." the person who can speak approximately 125 Sada attributes part of the best or have life solved students from Columbia, her success to her method all the time," Sada said. Mexico, Panama, Puerto of taking stress and good leader is someone Rico and the United challenges head on when who can bring people States who were selected things get difficult, together for a certain goal." to participate in the "I deal with stress by event, getting whatever I am "Success isn't based on stressed about done," said grades or the number of Sada. "IfI am stressed awards you've received about a homework or a test COURTESY PHOTO Hays High student Isabella Sada was one of approximately 125 students from Columbia, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico and the United States who participated in a mock legislative session in Panama. Finance your new Kawasaki at 3.95% APR for 36 Months with approved credit NIE'W B~AU~FIE~, "~ FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED WOODSCYCLECOUNTRY.COM 830-606-9828. 1933 N IH 35, New Braunfels, TX 78130 IH-35 Southbound Frontage Road, Exit 191, Canyon Lake Mule Pro-FXTTM Ranch Edition KAWASAKI CARES: Always wear protective gear appropriate for the vehicle. Never operate under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Protect the environment. Obey the laws and regulations that control the use of your vehicle. Read Owner's Manual and all on-product warnings, @2017 Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. Too much sun exposure today can cause tasting damage to your skin. Visit skin specialist Dr. Alex Jack in Kyle to learn about Sun Damage & Skin Cancer Prevention. Alex Jack, MD Board Certified Dermatologist TFAC PHOTOS BY ESPERANZAOROSCO Representatives of the Hays and San Marcos Educators of the Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA) joined more than 2,500 protesters on the front steps of the State Capitol July 17 for the Texans for Public Education Rally. Supporters who participated in the rally wore red in solidarity for their cause, which was to raise awareness for school finance reform, teacher pay increases and retaining union dues, among other education related issues. Protect your life & Protect your skin: Wear Sunscreen Schedule Annual 20871 Interstate 35 Frontage Rd. Suite #200 Or visit our website to team more about your skin cancer risk & Dr. Alex Jack +