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Page 6C + Hays Free Press August 24, 2011 + STAFF REPORT Buda resident and council member Sandra Tenorio has been elected chair of the State Tejano Democrats, the first woman to hold that posi- tion in the organization's history. Tenorio, who has also served as mayor of Kyle, has been a Tejano Democrat member since the organi- zation's founding and has served as chair and vice chair of the group's Austin chapter. She follows former State Sen. Gonzalo Barrien- tos as chair of the statewide TENORI0 organization. Tenorio has served as treasurer of the Texas Democratic Party, as a founding member of Te~ as Democratic Women and a foundingmembe] of Capitol Area Democratic Women. She was director of border and immigration issues for former Gov. Ann Richards and has worked for former Agriculture Commissioner Jim High- tower and former Comptroller John Sharp. At the State Tejano Democrat's meeting last weekend in San Antonio, members also elected Peter Vailecfllo of Van Ormy and Debr~ Flores-Robles of Lubbock as vice presidents; Sylvia Camarillo as treasurer; and Joseph Naz- aroff as secretary. Speaking at the group's luncheon, retired Lt. GCn, Ei ard0 5an h z, ommand r of c0ali- tion ground forces in Iraq from 2003-2004, said he would run for U.S. Senate as a Demo- crat. Other speakers included U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett and State Rep. Joaquin Castro, both of whom are running for Congress in newly cre- ated District 35. Continued from pg 1C STAFF REPORT Texas State University is holding an open house celebrating three exhibitions on display now for the Wittliff Collections' 25th anniver- sary. The come-and-go event will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the collec- tions on the seventh floor of the A]kek Library on the university's campus in San Marcos. THE EDGE OF TIME ona of tha major figura in twentieth-century Mexican pho- tography, MarianaYampolsky, who .died in 2002, played an important role in building the Wittiiff's con- hears that call most days when he takes BoD and Kiss'Me' for their morn- ing walk. stron with s. aily wi you d( feeder pletel) Did date ol I've not heard from anyone whose hummingbird syrup turned syrupy thick, like mine did during our hottest days. Cindy sent a reminder that hum- mingbird feeders should be changed frequently in the summer. Yesl Texas Parks and Wlldlife's website mentions that feeders should be cleaned as calend frequently as every day during extreme Mount heat Any time the temperature is con- attract sistently above 80 degrees during the each y~ day, feeders should be changed every ing Mc other day to prevent spoilage (which holida, can kill the hummingbirds), tivai, e! TPWD also gives word on how to "Ice", li clean the feeders: Discard old food by IslaJ Rinse the feeders well with a good bouno PHOTOS BY MARIANA YAMPOLSKY Who Edge of Time: Photographs of Mexico by Mariana Yampolsky" is one of three exhibitions curated to celebrate the Wittliff Col- lections' 25th anniversary at Texas State University in San Marcos. The collec- tions is host- ing an open house on Oct. 1 during which authors end photog- raphers fea- tured in the exhibits will take ques- tions. The event is free and open to the public. S Yampolsky's role in the Wittliff Co~ections' history with 60 black- and-white photographs of Mexico she created during the 30-year span of 1964 to 1994. Runs through Dec. 11. THE DAZZLING INSTANT ing the Dancers by Edward Curtis, Portrait of the Etemal by Manuel /dvarez Bravo, Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother," and Raising the Flag on Iwo lima by Joe Rosenthal. Runs through Dec. 11 temporary Mexican photography archive. This exhibition honors Presenting 95 images by 70 pho- tographers, this Wittliff Collec- tions anniversary exhibition was inspired by Henri Cartier-Bresson, who wrote, "The photosraph is a guillotine blade that seizes one dazzling instant in eternity." Each photograph on display can be seen as a powerful or poetic moment, including such classics as Moonrise by Hemandez, New Mexico by Ansel Adams, Watch- ILLUMINATING TEXAS The first step of Spanish explor- er Cabeza de Vaca on what is now Galveston Island, the assassina- tion of John E Kenned5 the rise of Austin's m!.ls|c s.c~n~ Wa~0' [t~t'y Branch Davidian conflict, and the launch of Apollo 13 are just a few of the other incidents the exhibi- tion illustrates through the works of noted writers, photographers, and musicians. Runs through Nov. 30. ;tream of water ... , .: reach each household in Mountain ~ ~qo~hSt~_t Pt ol e~Tt ~ eYI~eP d e r ni ~vTh~ll;SdYee~t szd cCOmnv~ev eu. City) and special recognition wili ~ap and water, or even occasion- ~ ~ pete, be given to sponsors at the festival , wimout an en "~ in a cook-off for through printed advertisements and :h a mild bleach solulaon, but ff .... ~ [~ ....... - - ,, t~est ~msa and4~ttt Homemaae vrozen verbal recognition during intermis- so, please De sure to rinse me .~ . .. ~:.:.:: . _ well. and to allow it to com- t~oncocuon tL%~ cream; sneroert; sion. Sponsorships will not be accept- drybefore refillin~ it sorbet). And, ~hr, local businesses ed from competitors, so don't delay. It's " are invited to s~r the Fire & Ice , "" Festival. For a ~al investment first come only. Deadline for sponsors .... t.^ ($100) spons~~ceive invalu- is Friday September 2, 5 p.m. Contact nu rememoer re cnange u~ able dye "';~ :~ """ "" the ~-~tee.~s~val~l, yotw ........ 9 ,,~ ~m., .,s~pile. supporung Amy Hilton, lovingmountaincity@ ? It s October4th, This b a comm~~numgold-time grnail.com, for an official request for ~. ,-~,~..~ ~__ _ : " nei~borhood~di~ons. This is an sponsorship on letterhead. If you have ~u~ ~,~T uv.x m, nrat~tb~rrm,~y~t~,, -. . .... . ~ more than 250 att,.,a,~,~ oppo~y~ local busmess questions, contact Amy at 512-517- o .......... owne " ~:~ " ,at The funds raised allow T ~,,- rs toget :~ names out m 4222 ... ~tainCF tos onsorci ~vi(te Mountain Ci0j as a way never before rfesti ,v] P ~ possible, vals. At therFlre & Ice Fes ....... : zjoy BBQ plates, taste "Fire" and ... Each week, Montage includes an ten and dance to beach music =d Texas Live and, if you're a kid, For a $100 sponsor fee, your busi- official request for tidbits. Submit by ness name will appear on all emails, email to ptom5678@gmail.com or text flyers, and Facebook posts (which 512-517-5678 or phone 512-268-5678. GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE HAYS FREE PRESS FOR Free help for job seekers Need 21st cen- tury job skills? Kyle Public Library has resources for providing quality information and now, during these eco- nomically stressful times, we want to provide work skill information that will help people become employed or improve their job skills. Kyle Public Library, in cooperation with the Texas Workskills Devel- opment in Libraries, is pleased to offer a week- long workshop for job hunting online which will run through August 26 from 8-10 a.m. Learn how to navi- gate the Intemet for job searches locally, nation- ally or globally and how to apply for jobs online. Gain essential skills and new strategies to improve cur- rent interview skin.% in preparing resumes and cover letters. For more information visit the Kyle Public Library, 409 W. Blanco Rd. Kyle, TX 78640 or call 268-7411. 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