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/ ,~. ,.~ ............. .,.,l=.---~.~- .. Page 4C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press September 13, 2017 Foundation BBQ On Oct. 5, join the Dripping Springs Friends Foundation hosts its 24th annual BBQ fundraiser at Pecan Grove, formerly known as the Salt Lick Pay;Ilion. The event, which will go from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., will have guests participate in a silent and live auction, as well as enjoy the music of the Hot Texas Swing Band. The fundraiser helps provide servics to the community and seniors in the greater Dripping Springs area. All monies raised go to help support the Friends Foundation's programs. Those include Our Daily Bread, which is a hot meal delivery program for the homebound, as well as Phillips Lifeline medic alert devices. The fundraiser also assists low- income seniors with financial assistance, as well as fund special events at Hill Country Care and its residents. Fiesta 2017 On Sept. 29 and 30, Buda City Park will host the fourth annual Fajita Fiesta.. Fajita Fiesta is a free event that offers something for all ages. Fiesta goers will experience the blending of foods, music and cultures. This year's events will include cook- offs, live music; a jalapeno eating contest, chihuahua beauty contest and more. If you are interested in being a cook-off contestant or a vendor contact (512) 295-9999 or info@ See budachambertx. com/fajita-flesta for more information and schedules. PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Montage: KissMe gels wheels Continued from pg. 1C and Aqua This second annual event will be held in downtown San Marcos on Sept. 16. The parade will take place downtown from 10 a.m. to noon, and will feature floats, music, pictures with mermaids and more. After the parade comes the Mermaid Festival, held at - San Marcos Plaza Park. This event will offer environmental and conservation presentations, a local art market and a variety of hands-on art- inspired workshops for all ages. See mermaidsocietysmtx. com for more. ,stJnes, paease check our wet)sate or call show,ne Ss ,z' ,fay cre, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH at 220 Bufkin Lane in Lockhart .......... ~ :, ~" ~' ,~1~ ~ All proceeds benefit the tockhart Lions Club Senior Scholarship Fund quite the envy of httmans on Monday as we went first to Dr. Bob Rosebrocl~s and then to Central Texas Vet Hospital. What fun it would be to get pushed around in such style. The estimated costs for surgery came out lower than expected with a higher than expected prognosis, making easy a big decision. By late aftemoon on Monda~ the disc between C2 and C3 in KissMe's neck was removed with expectation that he'll return home in about three days and soon be back to patrolling the backyard and visiting with everyone he encounters on walks. KissMe filled our Monday; and Water Utility Details filled the Monday evening monthly City Council Meeting. (NOTE: The council meeting changed from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m. when the meeting notice posted online and on the message boards.) The council approved a Water Utility Budget. The council authorized the issuance of comb;ha- aldermen and mayors through the years is com- ing true. Next month we will have "city water" rather than "Mountain City Oaks Water System" water. Same water. New name and ownership. A nightmare occasion- ally comes real when bees attackhumans Using lawn tion tax and revenue cgrtff- equlpraent. This happens, icates of obligation, Series acco~gt0 a bee- 2017, and authorized the keeper, sale thereof, and enacted provisions incident and related to theissuance of the certificates. The council approved a newWater Utility Ordi- nance. And, the council ap- proved aWater Utility Operator contract. The dream of many when those loud, vibrating equlprrlent runs near the bees and they feel like their home is being threatened. They aetVdefensively. The solution is moving the bees, which keeps the valuable pollinatorsbus~ Shoed you need bees rem~,p0st on ~he Austin~ List: austh3- honeybee-network@ There are lots of beekeepers on that list. Many will remove bees for free. NOTE: This looks like a saveable tidbit. I'll make note inside the cover of our Mountain City director3z. Ifyou did not save the new date for the 2017 Fire & Ice (with ice cream and salsa competition), it's Sat- urday, Oct. 28 at Mountain City's comer. National Night Out is Tuesday, Oct. 3, 6-8 p.m., on Beth. and Everett Smith's lawn. Todayis always a good day to send a tidbit to (subject: TIDBIT) or 512 268 5678. Thanks! Love to you, Pauline GREAT PRIMARY CARE. Schedule an appointment in your neighborhood today. Call toll free 1-844-235-8441. Answered 7 days a week, Dell Children's is now offering Emergency Care at Seton Hedical Center Hays. DellChild Extended hours and some same-day illness appo/ntments available. Locations Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Kyle, Smithville, BastroD, Luling, and Lockhart. HE ALTH FAIR Join our staff and physicians, vendors and DATE: Saturday, providers for our annual health fair! Take October 7, 2017 part in health screenings, chair massages, TINE: Medicaid education and more! 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fun activities for the whole family] LOCATION: Popcorn Seton Medical Center Hays Face-painting Front Lobby Meet our helicopter transport teams 6OO1 Kyle Parkway and our friends from the Kyle Fire and Kyle, TX 78640 Police departments + dellchildren's CENSION I!i I I Ii Ii I li :] il f :] ;[I ]i :tl;ilii ![