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Page 6C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press August 25, 2010 C0URTESY PIIOT0 Race for Hope & Love A local teenage rececar driver is speeding for a good cause. Austin Self, 14, and his crew donated all of their winnings from a July 31 race in Kyle to the Kyle non-prof,, Hope & Love 4 Kids. Self led 49 of 50 laps and picked up his third win of the season. Self, third from left, and his crew presented a $1,000 check to Hope & Love founder Mia Hendricks. On Center Continued from pg. 1C Lol~ House tours on the 5th, ing what would have been Constable David Peterson and so lUSt plan on hanging out LBI's 102 birthday at Texas former sheriff Don Montague, downtown all weekend long. Old Town on Sunday after- birthday cake and a silent noon from 3-6 p.m. Hosted by auction. So come out and cel- -.o the Hays County Democmtic ebrate with us and meet the Party, the event features bar- folks that are hoping to lead One uncoo happen- becue prepared by grill gurus us into this next decade. ing in downtown, though, is ihe number of people flying down the road yak- king on their cell phones, poking doughnuts into their pie holes, oblivious to crosswalks and school zones every morning. Come on. Wipe the chocolate sprinkles offyour face and put the phone in the trunk if you can't stop yourself from answering it. Not only is it a $100 ticket, its up to us to keep these li~e guys safe. And you cant do it oblivi- ously multi-tasking as you hurl down the road. On a happier note, we'll be wrapping up this last month of summer celebrat- Featuring Red Rebel Floats & Blue Lobo Floats Come show your school Spirit at Downtown Buda 1st Thnrsday September 2rid 203 Railroad St. Buda Pharmacy 312-2111 Fountain 312-2172 Fountain Hours: Mun-Sat, 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Sun, I p.m.-6 p.m. Phaxmacy Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. PHOTO BY LORI REDD remodel, refresh, revive. l Low closing costs1 I Easy application in person, by phone or online m Historically low rates l The interest you pay may be tax deductible2 BROADWAY BANK We're here .for good'. ~I 2.268.202 1 I 138 NEIGHBORHOOD BANKING CENTERS [ I~*rFBIC 61rl Scouts clean up Steeplechase Earlier this month, members of Kyle Girl Scout Troop 1008 completed their community service project for their Bronze Star, spending three hours cleaning up graffiti and picking up trash at Steeplechase Park. The Bronze Star Is the highest award a Junior Gid Scout can earn. Parl~lctpaUng in the clean up were Anna Voldase, Brit- tany Ponder, Carley Roberts, B'Elanna Wadley ~ Zana L~. , . ( . f ,! Loans subject to credit approval Closing costs paid up to $200 on Home Equity Lines of $100,000 or less, Does not include appraisal, title insurance and suwey costs if equired Minimum $10,000 new money when refinancing Broadway Sank or Eisenhower Sank Home EquiW Loan or Line. Line of credit rates are variable and are calculated by adding a margin to the Wall Street Journal Prime rate as pablished in the Wall Street Journal. As of 7/28/2010 the Wall Street Journa Pr me Rate was 3.25%. APR range s 3 99%- 74% Maximum APR is 18% All leans and lines of credit are subject to credit approval, verification, and collateral evaluation. Rates and terms are subject to change without notice. Property insurance will be required including flood insurance where applicable. Other conditions apply. Standard closing costs of $175-$"200 are paid by the bank and include a title search, credit report, flood certification and filing fees Other closing costs can range from edproximately $250 (on lines up to $100,CO0) tO $4,000 (on lines over $100,000 up to $250,000). 2 Consult your tax advisor regarding deductibi[iW of interest. SAN MA#COS 25th Annual San Marcos Chamber of Commerce Business Expo Thursday, August 26rh 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. San Marcos Conference Center ar Embassy Suites 3101 South IH 35 San Marcos Texas 78666 Admission: $5.00 San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce Members receive complimentary admission Expo attendees can save on their admission by donating canned goods to the Hays County Food Bank. For each canned good donated, take $1 off admission. Present 5 canned goods and y'our admission in FREE. The Hays County Food Bank's space is donated by TXI Hunter Cement. BUSINESS EXPO SPONSORS Sneak Peek Mixer Sponsors :TI IC CENTRAL TEXAS I~KDICJ~ (2E~ Ri"' Name Badge Sponsor Registration Booth Sponsor PROME OUTLETS tall lllAItQll| Exhibitor Hospitality Suite Sponsor / ! AuSTIN Wtrkshop Sponsors Business Training Workshops Thursday, August 26, 2009 Across from the San Marcos Chamber Business Expo San Marcos Conference Center at Embassy Suites 3101 South IH 35 San Marcos Texas 78666 Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area, along with the Texas State Small Business Development Center and the San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce, is offering three free business workshops on smart business practices for small businesses during the San Marcos Chamber Business Expo. The mini-seminars will begin at 10:30 a.m. and run until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 26, 2010 at the San Marcos Conference Center. These workshops are open to the general public and Expo attendees at no cost. No reservations are needed. Funding Sources for Your Small Business TIME: 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. PRESENTER: Sam and Leslie Thacker, Business Financial Solutions This one-hour training seminar will provide a description of the various types of financing available to small business owners. We will discuss the various financing needs of businesses and sources of loans and other financing availabie~ from banks, credit unions, commercial financing companies, SBA-approved lenders, micro-lenders, community lenders. Accounts receivable financing, and asset-based lending will also be discussed. Top Human Resources (HR) Compliance Issues of 2010 and Emerging Issues for 2011 and Beyond TIME: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PRESENTER: Laurie Howell, Your HR Group, Inc This one-hour training seminar will identify the top compliance issues of 2010 and provide recommendations for small businesses seeking to address these issues. In addition, we will discuss new federal legislation that will affect the HR practices of small business owners in 2011 and the coming years. Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Certification Process and Government Contracting Opportunities in San Marcos TIME: 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. PRESENTER: Rachel L. Snell, CTP, Statewide Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program, Office of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts This training session will provide an overview of the HUB certification process and benefits of becoming a HUB vendor. We will also introduce purchasing agents for some of the governmental entities in the San Marcos area, including Texas State University-San Marcos. You will have an opportunity to network with these representatives after the presentation, if you wish. Visit the San Marcos Chamber Business Expo Website for more information at .... Workshops Sponsored by: ill