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Page 4B BUCMtIU Hays Free Press August 18, 2010 medicine and surgery for dogs and cats. Mon-Fri, tt/ Saturday, 9am-Spm Closed Wed & Sun C,Jll (~12) 2GS-PETS for ,.m .]ppointment today Located at 4100 Everett, Ste 100, next to the Performing Arts Center in Kyle PHOTO I Chapa Cougar Camp As always, Chapa Middle School faculty member Leah Cochran is right in the middle of the anl Camp action for incoming sixth graders. Here Alejandra Rangel gives Cochran an answer on tl quiz on what's right - and what's wrong - with clothing modeled by seventh and eighth graders Cougar Camp, Counselor's Comer Continued from pg. 3B for test preparation. It is much happens so you don't forget to keep track ofymx easier to put forth a little time events you ve participated in ments, tests, project each week to study instead of throughout the school year. All outside activities. If tz3dng to cram a couple of days of this information will come a graduating senior, before the test. in handy when you ask your want to pay close al~ Are you involved in extra- teacher, principal, employer or all deadlines associa curricular clubs, groups and lifelong family friend to write college admissions, organizations? What have you done of service to your community? Participation in extracurricular activities and community service help you improve your leadership potential, meet new friends, learn responsibility and expe- rience the power of teamwork. As you participate in extracur- ricular events and community service opportunities, please u .~ate your resume and com- pile all pictures, event pro- grains, awards and certificates and volunteer hours accrued. Please record all events as it a letter of recommendation on your behalf. When asking for a letter of recommenda- tion, please allow the person at least two weeks to complete this task. Strong organizational, study and note-taking skills, as well as basic time manage- ment are essential for your success in high school and life. Do all classroom assign- ments and ask for help when it is required. Give extra study and prep time when you have a big test or project due. Use an agenda or calendar system scholarships and fin These are some I~ to give you a head st happy and successfi demic year! Enjoy days of your summ~ and start setting yot for making this year school year ever. Gi~ that jumpstart you 1 ready for school ant the momentum tim the new school year Allison I~llotson and Career Counseh man High SchooL Y JIM CULLEN lual Cougar le Cougars" on-stage at a~sign- ~md rOlU ale you will elation to te,d with aoms'mg, alncial aid. emt tips arrt to a d ~aca- e Ilast few r wacation r goals your best e Fourself Leed to be heep up ,ulghout a~ College ,r at Leh- School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B Lobo Camp going on Lobo Camp is set at Leh- man High School for to- morrow, Thursday, August 19, 6-9 p.m. The free camp offers incoming freshmen credit information, gradu- ation requirements and more. Other students and staff members offer fun ac- tivitias to help get incom- ing freshmen connected and involved with their school. Participants must register at http://www. htm. For more informa- tion, call 268=8454. School supplies need urgent Kudos to all of those who've once agaLq worked to gather school supplies for local students. An urgent need remains as the school year begins. Will- Lug to donate some basic school supplies to help local students get the year started right? Drop them by Hays CISD Central Office any time Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. WELL Clinic gets Target Hays CISD's WELL Clinic has been awarded a Target grant for $2,000. Ruth Roberts, Director of Student Health Services for the district, reports the grant focuses on the clinic's Reach Out and Read Program. "Through this program," Roberts says, "we provide age- appropriate books to children at their well- child checks beginning at six months of age. We offer books in English and Spanish to families, which is wonderful, as well!" k 1100 CENTER RID IH-35 Membership is open to Low Fixed Free Minimum: $75,000 124,999 DRIVE, AUSTIN, TX & PARMER LANES Follow us at: 10 Plus No Closing Years Fixed Costs* * September 9 :ro Area 15 Years Fixed 20 Years Fixed * Automobile Loans New, Used or Refinance Up to 60 Me. 66 Months 72 Months 0/0" Comm. Real Estate Loans Year Amortization/No Pre-Pmt. Penal: 5 Years Fixed 7 Years Fixed g 10 Years Fixed ~*** Certificate of Deposit: 2Jumbo- Min. Deposit of $95,000 is Required 12 Months ' /0"*** 24 Months 91 O/o**** ,. Amm~ ~ yl~ pemlt~ f~r enzly withdrawal may apply. Air + 4