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Page 6. The Free Press Bulletin Board Ha_ays00/Manchaca Area Bulletin Board FYI Deadhne for submimng mformatiou office 1253 Cwm Center Loop San Benefit Garage Sale Fun, Food & Fellowship and pictures for this column is noon each Tuesday. You may use our E-mail address: to submit'infor- marion and pictures. Though we cannot guarantee we will be able to publish each submission, you can be assured we'll try our very best Please remember informa- tion must be for a non-profit event. September 12,13, 14 Annual Fiesta St. Anthony Catholic Church is having their annual Fiesta on Friday, 6 p.m.-12 a.m., Saturday, 11 a.m.-12 a.m. and Sunday I1 a.m.-10 p.m.There will be entertainment for the whole family along with food and live music. September 12 Author Reading/Lecture Award-winning author Tim O'Brien will be at the Katherine Anne Porter House in Kyle, Friday at 7:30 p.m. O'Brien is wide- ly considered one of Amedea's finest liv- ing writers. He is currently serving as Texas State University, MiRe Chair of Literature. Marcus at 7 p.m. Call the office at 393- 2120 for directions. September 19, 20, 21 Used Book Sale The Friends of the San Marcos Library are holding their sale 10 a.m.-5 p,m. on Friday ard Saturday and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday. Pick up some great books at hargaln prices. Call the library at 393-8200 for more infor- mation. September 20 POW/MIA Memorial In commemoratiou of National POW/MIA Recognition Day, I.P. "Sarge" Bell Memorial Post 337 Veterans of Foreign Wars will dedicate a Memorial Wall in the Post Home on Saturday at 1 p.m. at 12921 Lowden Lane, Manchaca. September 20 & Oct. 18 Flu Shots The Hays County Health Dept. in San Marcus will be holding two special Saturday clinics to provide Flu shots. Both will be held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. September 12 - October S The Mus/c Man The Wimberley Players are presenting this fun production at the Greenhouse Theatre (50 Marina Circle, Woodcreek, Wimberley). Tickets can be. purchased at Ozona Motor Bank lobby on River Road. All tickets are $12eueh. The production is for four weekends, Friday and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. www.wim- for complete details. Register by September 15 to Become a Master Gardener Oasses to become a certified Hays County Master Gardener begin Oct. 1. The class includes lectures, books, field trips and a suit test. Applications are available at the Hays County Extension office, 1253 Civic Center Loop, San Marcus. More info from the office at 393-2120. September 16 Nurturing program for families Casa Esperanza is collaborating with Hays CISD Communities in Schools to bring a free program to area families that will help improve family dynamics and communica- tion. The wogram requires a once a week commitment for 10 weeks and be at Hemphill Elementary, Buda Elementary. or Fuentes Elementary. For more information call 268-3020. September 16 and 17 Learn to treat Bites, stings and hag Things Dr. Jennifer Driskell of Buda Medical and Surgical Clinic will be at the community libraries to discuss treatment options. She will be at the Buda Librm 7 on Sept. 16 and the Kyle Library on Sept. 17 froqa 6-7 p.m. both evenings. Starting September t6 September 20 Benefit for Brianna Acuna Help support her family through this diffi- cult time. Go by and pick up a tnisket meal plate from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. for $5 at 210Ash St. Btu:h,  from Buda Elem. School. September 20 PALS and PAWS Pet Fest Join the 2nd annual Pet Fest in San Marcus from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at the Pavilion, at City Park. There well be live concerts all day, demonstrations, kids activities, and more to raise funds to help those in need to sterilize their pets, Donations are tax deductible. September 23 Cub S,aouts Attention all Boys in Grades One through Five: Kyle Cub Scouts Pack 125 is looking for new members to join upand be a part of the Scouting Adventure. They will meet the fouah Tuesday of each month at Fuentes Elementary Cafeteria at 7 p.m. For more information, #ease call the Cubmaster, Miguel Vera at 512-268-3456. September 25 Dahlstrom Dinner The Dahlsli-om Middle School PT.A is hav- ing their Spaghetti Dinner Fund miser. Dinner will be $5 a plate from 5:30-7 p.m. The Band will entertain diners. The event ,will include a boolff-air sale and PEC will be there with free Kid ID kits. September 25 nmeri, Sew G Has a new Neighborhood group, in Buda slatting in September, on the fourth Thursday of each month from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at the Basil Anthony Momau Memorial (Bnda) Library, 303 North Main Street, Buda. Join women at different lev- els of sewing skills, but with the same Bereavement S ...... . . Learn new sewing techniques and Life After Loss Ilia ::"' Ideas with programs to inspimyour creativ- of the Americanfil'y.  , "wing Friends ' program is to hdip 9"!, Tejt=er" For more information Call: understand the grief pr06."fie group will : Paidree Bnmk 312-5675. BIN.GO VFW Post 3377 12921 Lowden Lane Manchaca 282-5664 BINGO Wednesday & Friday 7:00 p.m. Hall available for NO SMOKING your special events, in Bingo Hall Public Welcome -- TX Bingo Lic. #30006203472 meet every Tuesday from 6:30-8 p.m. for five weeks at the Central Texas Medical Center on Wonder World Drive in San Marcus. For more information call CTMC Hospice at 5 t 2-753-3584 or 1-800-927 9004. September 17 - November 17 ALPHA Course The Kyle United Methodist Church is offering an opportunity to learn and share about key faith issues. Every Wednesday from 6-8:45 p.m., share a meal and learn about Christianity in a, relaxed open atmos- pbere. For more information and to register for this free course contact Rev. Rene' Dailey at 268-2331. September 18 A&M Club Hays County A&M Club invites all Aggies to Freeman Ranch for the Annual Fish Fry starting at 6:30 p.m. The football game will be on and there will be a silent auction and raffle for great items. All proceeds go to scblorships for local students attending TAMU.FOr more information and ticket prices call Phyllis Kirkpatrick at 268-3008. September 18 - November 20 Spanish Class, Free San Marcos Public Library is offering a series of beginning Slxmish classes on Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. Registration is required, so please call the library at 393-8200 or stop by and sign up. The library is also seeking qualified volunteers to teach additional Spanish classes. September 18 Why do all my plants die? "Landscaping reality," Robert Hayer will be the guest speaker at the next Hays County Master Gardener Assoc., dis- cussing plants that will grow and thrive in the area with a realistic amount of care. Join him at the Hays County Extension September 27 Driftwood Heritage Day Join the Community Improvement Club at this annual event which features a parade, live music, BBQ, bake sale, live auction. See the arts & crafts, vendors, quilt show and ie, e-cream crank-off. ItisatFM 150 and Elder Hill Rd in Driftwood. For more information call 894-3859 or driftwood- September 27 Bergstrom Reunion The 67th Civil Eagineering Squadron, from Bergstrom Air Force Base will hold its ten- year reanion. The reunion begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Bluebonnet fire station located on FM 535 near Texas Hwy 21, next to Cedar Creek Elem. School. For more infor- mation, contact Judy Seymore at 303-5677, Pearl Bolding at 303-6253 or Hank Taylor at 444-7476. September 30 deadline Open Poetry Contest Poets from the local area are welcome to try to win their share of more than 250 cash prizes offered by the International Library of Poetry. Any poet can send one original poem, any subject, any style to: The Int'l Library of Poetry, suite 19917, 1 Poetry Plaza, Owings Mills, MD 21117. The poem should be 20 lines or less, and the poet's name and address should be on the top of the page. For information or to enter online, go to Beginning in September Sexual Assault & Abuse Services, a pro- gram of the Hays-Caldwell Women's Center, is starting an evening support group for men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. Contact Lynette Eilers at 512- 396-3404 or 1-800-700-4292. before October 25 Donate your good stuff to Hays County Crime Stoppers, San Marcus Chamber of Commerce and the Bluebonnet Lions Club for a Garage sale to support their programs. Contact Kevin Blewett at 392-0107, or Gil Peyton at 392-9949 for donation or pickiip information. Wellness classes Free wellness classes are being offered at the Buda and Kyle libraries, for those cur- rently experiencing chronic illness. A short educational session will be followed by a wellness assessment. Suggestions on bow to improve lifestyle and make better food choices will be offered. Classes axe 7-8 p.m. and open to the public. Kyle meetings will be the first and third Tuesdays and Buda rneetings will be the second and fourth Tuesdays. For more information call Debbie at 262-2395. Help your Schools and Recycle at the same time ! Save those General Mills box tops that say "BOX TOP for EDUCATION" they are worth 10 cents each. Recycle those empty printer, fax or copier cartridges (laser or ink jet). Donate them to school and they will earn $3 each. Send them to school with your student or bring them by The Free Press and we will take them in to school. Angels need your help Can you sit with an elderly person to give their regular caregiver a break? Would you be willing to volunteer some of your time to take a senior citizen to a doctor's appointment? Be an angel and please con- tact Angels for Elders, Inc. who are coordi- nating these services for Hays County resi- dents. Call 866/247-0183 if you can help. Thursday evenings Jam Session Not the kind you spread on biscuits but, Bluegrass, Gospel and Country music. from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Railroad BBQ in Kyle. Bring your instrument and join us whatever your skill or just come and listen. No purchase necessary. Contact Chuck Pace at 2684041 if you have any ques- tions. Calling all new Girl Scouts and new Leaders Want to have fun, help your neighbors, meet great new people? Then join the Texas Star Service Unit from the Buda/Kyle area. Contact Karen Herrmann at 268-6381 or email for more infor- mation about a wonderful scouting oppor- tunity. The Hill Country Travelers invite you to join them for a camping weekend. For a schedule and brochure call 282-0671 or 268-6031. Kyle Quilt Group meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Kyle Library. Anyone interested in quilting, from novices to advanced are invited. For infor- mation contact Melanie Atldns at 512/921 - 9297 or email at quiltmaster208@hot- Kyle Lions Club at various Kyle businesses is collecting eyeglasses to share with those wbo can't afford or have access to glasses around the world. All types of eyeglasses and sunglasses - prescription, reading and non-prescription - are acceptable. Fourth Tuesday of the month The Small Business Development Center will hold business counseling services at the Buda Library. The center offers ses- sions in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Operations and New Venture Planning. Call the BACC at 295-9999. The sessions are private and lastone hour. Tuesdays Alcoholics Anonymous New A.A. meeting in town. If you think you have a problem with alcohol, join us for a meeting of Alcohol Anonymous Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Old Santa Cruz Church, exit 221 east, room 6. Every Friday Farmers Market On the Square in downtown Kyle from 3 p.m. until sellout. For I- 877-GROWTEX. Arts and Crafts Vendors sought for Driftwood Heritage Day cele- bration, September 27, 2003, 9 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 858-4984 for booth information. Mes needed The Adult Learning Center needs your family oriented magazines. After you enjoy the articles donate the magazines for others to use. Drop them by the Center at 107 Center St. in Kyle between 8:30 and 2:00 or call Amy to arrange a time at 268- 2719. San Marcus Public Library Join the Great Books Discussion Group every month or bring your tod- dler to Storytime Tuesdays and Fridays. Stop by or call the Library for times, 393-8200. Barbara B. Pecueh, GRI, CRS Residence 312-0004 Ann-Marie Pecuch Sheely, Esq. Residence 312-1944 Mike Colonnetta 496-8457 i i i i i i i i ii SundaYs at 3 p.m. Great Fun Great Food $100 Minimum Game Prize $500 Progressive Jackpot Santa Cruz Catholic Church IH 35 Exit 220 100 FM 2001, Buda There's a great way to supplement your Medicare coverage to help cover out of pocket medical expenses. Ask me about Medical Supplement Insurance the State Farm way. Wayne Weigelt |r, Agent 512.312-0072 877-782-7332 (USA only) STATI FARM db |N|UIANC| P-98412 12/00 Like a good neigbb State Farm is there. stlltefmn.0m State Farm MutualAutomobile Insurance Company * Home Office: Bloomington, nois Call for details on coterage, costs, restrictions and renewability Note: These policies are tot connected with or  by  United States or the Federal Medicare Program. i i i Ill lal r, " Hill Drlv!ng ncudQmy DRIVER TRAINING Call about weekend classes. 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