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Kyle, Texas
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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press • September 15, 2010 + WEDNESD$ • Kyle Town Brad Picket1 ₯, SEPT. 15 Hall Meeting with Councilmember ,7 p.m., Kyle City Hall THURSDA'f SEPT. 16 • Greundbr aking for U.S. Foodservioe. 10 a.m. Light rc frsshments provided. CR 118 and Tumersville ~oad, Buda • Lehman P eject Graduation Info Meeting, 6:30 p.m. In ormation will be provided to par- e~s of Lehr mn High School seniors at Senior Parent Nigh.. Lehman High School, Kyle / • A Fond Fatewell Honoring Gary Jepson. 4:30 - 6 p.rrt__Come-and-go reception with hers d'oeuvlles, highlights of his accomplish- ments and e~n opportunity to share your best / wishes. CTI~IC Community Classroom, 1301 Wonder Wo~ld Drive, San Marcos • Buda Library Board Commission, 7 p.m., Buda Libra~ • Early Chd~tian Martyr Texts Explored. 7 p.m. Histori~ Stephanie £ lence, and [ Early Chdsti to the publk State Unive FRIDAY, SE • Dedicatiol Elementary sion, Buda • Dedicatio= Hill Element • Stepping m and religious studies scholar ebb will speak on "Virtue, Vio- ~eath: Gender and Language in an Martyr Texts." Free and open ... Flowers Hall, Rm. 230, Texas sity, San Marsos • 1". 17 t ceremonies, 8 a.m., Pfluger School, Shadow Creek subdivi- ceremonies, 9:30 a.m., Carpenter ary School, RR 967, Buda Stone Ribbon Cutting. 10 a.m. 4624 Ratcli~f, Kyle • Kyle Com~nunity a,m. Time, 10:3£ FRIDAY - E • 101st St. Live music, Queen. 801 Kyle Eleme SATURDA Texas du, A sprint rac 16.5 miles Entry $25. San Marco • Househo 8 a.m.-noc Marcos. Do Library Bilingual Story UNDAY, SEPT. 17-19 ,nthony's Annual Fiesta, 6 p.m. food, raffle, crowning of the Fiesta N. Burlason. Free shuttle from ~tary School, 500 W. Blanco. , SEPT. 18 tier Water Safari - Check-in 8 a.m. e representing approx, the first }f the famed Texas Water Safari. 3ity Park, 170 Charles Austin Dr., Hazardous Waste Collection. City Hall, 630 E. Hopkins, San ive through event for San Marcos and Hays (founty residents. • POW/MI,~, Motorcycle Ride. Ride starts at the Kyle/B~da VFW Post 12057 at 103 S. Front St., t ends in Sa a.m.; ride ,' cdr@vfwl; • City-Co,, 10 a.m., 5- The Hays J a special., Board to E ~vels through the Hill Country and 1 Marcos. Registration starts at 9 tarts at 10:30 a.m. For information: nty Soccer Complex Dedication, Mile Dam Park. Ribbon cutting cul- SL Anthony's Fiesta Live music (including John Arthur Martinez, pic- tured), food, rsffle, crowning of the Fiesta Queen. 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 4 p.m. Sunday. 801 N. Burleson. Free shuttle from Kyle Elementary School, 500 W. Blanco. minates an 8-year, $4.5 million project which includes 10 soccer fields, concessions, picnic area, stone seating, playscabe and pavilion. • Seton Celebrates One Year Anniversary, 10:00 a.m.- 1 p.m. A free community health fair offering health screenings as well as chil- drens activities, and an opportunity to meet the doctors. Seton Medical Center Hays, Kyle • Black & Latino Playwrights directed reading "Southbddge", by Reginald Edmund. 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tix: $3. 245-4147, Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance, San Marcos • Vintage Vietnam Aircraft and Military Demos at LBJ Ranch. "Invitational Fly In and Tribute to Service in Vietnam." Tour of 'qexas White House". www.nps.govByjo, or call (830) 868- 7128, extension 244 or 231. LBJ Ranch, Hwy.. 280, Stonewall, TX. • San Marcos Performing Arts Assoc. Open Auditions - 11 a.m. Casting the Christmas opera, =Amshl and the Night Visitors" as well as looking for costume designer, set designer// builder, stage hands, seamstresses, tailors, dancers and instrumentalists. San Marcos Public Ubrary, San Marcos • Hope & Lova4 Kids, 2nd Use Your Voice Event - 1:30-3:30 p.m. (512-585-1726), www. hope Contact for event locale. SUNDAY, SBPT. 19 • Black& Lalino Playwrights directed reading "into the Pines", noon, by Beto O'Byrnes. "Fix: $3. 245-414I Texas State Department of The- atre, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX :tee Press dedicates MONDAYS ection of the Bulletin • Shingles vaccine iu available at enior Citizens. If you the Hays County Halth Dept. If have any ( ,rganizations or events your health insursn@ will not pay for this s~ =tion, please email to for the vaccine, the~ you wilt be news@ha~ or San- eligible. Call the I-I~lth Dept. at dra@haysl or mail 393-5520 and tell ~lem you are to the Ha v~ Free Press, P. O. Box going to the Kyle I~atth Dept., 339, Buda~ 78610. so that the staff ~ bring plenty / of the vaccine them. No THURSD,qY, SEPTEMBER 16 appointment is r~assary. Cost is $50. The Kyle~ealth Dept. is . -, open on M0ndlp 1 to 6 p.m. and Onion Cl~ek Senior Citizens, Tuesdays 1 to p.m. Buda, 9 a m., Menu: Chef Salad TUESDA • Kyle AnE a.m., Old noon THURSDJ • Onion C Buda, 9 a Continu Syrup the fami who pas SEPTEMBER 21 a Senior Zone, 9:30