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Page 4B EDUCATION + Hays Free Press September 11, 2013 PHOTO BY MARISSA MEEK Don't ever wanna grow up The Lehman High School Summer Community Players presented the play Peter Pan at the Lehman High School Theater last weekend. On the top row are Katey O'Linn as Bill Jukes, Kyle Miller as Capain Hook, Lorelai Carr as Michael, Kirby French as John, Grace Jared as Wendy, Samuel Mancias as Curly, Brooke Miller as Noodler. On the bottom row are Kylee Ortega as Twin One, Elizabeth Waiters as Tootles, Kaylee Westbrook as Twin Two and Bodhi Chae as Slightly. Comprehensive Eye Exams Contact Lenses Prescription & Non-prescription sunglasses Diabetic & Glaucoma Exams Macular Degeneration Man & Wed 9-6; Tues & Thurs 10-7, Friday 9-3 Closed 12-1 p.m. daily / BUDA ' ,  , , , ,  i  : I EXAM II You'll see clearly why we're the best/ I Kevin Benham, O.D. I  OR  I[ 3310BFM967SuiteA-]08 15991 :l FM 967 & 1626 in Buda I CONTACT II 512-295-0076 I LENS EXAM Ill I BudaVisionSource.com ' ':' ' .. i ' "'i I FARMERS" Debbie Thames Insurance Agency AUTO HOME * LIFE BOAT HEALTH 251 N. FM 1626 #2C Buda, TX 78610 Office: (512) 312-1917 Fax: 312-0688 Email: dvthames@austin.rr.com Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Your Business & Referrals Are Appreciated ::)i!!!: ..... CO--ESY PHOTOS San Marcos' Hernandez Elementary pilots health clinic SUBMITTED REPORT Live Oak Health Partners is piloting an elementary health clinic this fall from 1-4 pm. at San Marcos CISD's Hernandez Elementary School on Mon., Tues. and Thurs. Live Oak will provide care for minor health issues such as colds, flu, respiratory is- sues, muscle/joint injuries and sprains, skin, hair, and nail conditions, and urinary tract infections. Families must provide a copy of ID and their insur- ance/Medicaid/CHIP card. The clinic is open only when school is open, and appoint- ments will be made through the Hernandez Elementary School nurse at 512-393-6138. Chronic conditions will not be treated at the school clinic. Www.CAPSTONEDENTALKYLE.COM 268-4200 Mon-Thurs, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. udN GRACE 00FAMILY FELLOWSHIP REMEMBER WHEN? You went to church and opened a hymn book to sing a hymn? Your pastor opened his King James Version Bible and preached? You were greeted at the door with a hug and could feel the love? You left church filled and couldn't wait to get back? Well then, what are you waiting for? You've found us. LOVING GOD, LOVING EACH OTHER2 That's what we do. R IS K S ) FEMALE !"'*-!'!!/JGFNETICS 99% of all breast cancer I, ,herited changes in cases occur in women, certain genes increase the risk of breast cance. ::' AGE FAMILY oS,("' , The strongest dsk factor is age. HISTORY J ,ii:' ;' ', As wornen get older, breast Women with a dose relative i . cancer risk increases, who has had breast cancer ',,. have a higher risk. ",i '" WHAT YOLJ CAN DO .... ....... REGULAR MAMMOGRAMS Women 40 ar'd over shoJId have a rnammogram once a year. BREAST SELF-EXAM All women should be aware of how to examine their breasts and report an.y changes to a health professional I BREAST D ENSITo: J.:. } Won,en with higher brast arid connective tiss e as %  compared to fat in their breasts are at a higher nsk. GET REGULAR BREAST EXAMS In addmon to mammograms, women shoulct nave tguiar breast exan's with their health care provide MAINTAIN WEIG HT Overweight or obese wom.er are at a nlgner rISK EXERCISE Exercise hels control weight ii! and may lower the risk of breast cancer.