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+ Page 6C Hays H!gh Homecoming (Clockwise from above) The Hays High Band trombone section gives a show at the game against Hutto; Tyler Cullen and All Uresti are all smiles after being named the 201 ~1 Hays High Homecoming King and Queen; Hays High teacher Chris Gordon presents roses to the Band Sweetheart, Ursula Clarence; Hays High student group makes a presentation before the game. Hays Free Press September 21,2011 PHOTO BY LINCOLN RAMIREZ PHOTO BY ERIKAGARZA Gleaming classic cars fill the, ,', Garage in San Marcos at last year's fundraiser for the Hays Family Justice Center, The JIstice Center will prolide multiple services to victims of domestic violence. / / L [] ! Friends of the Family J,I stice Center will h~st a fundraiser for its domestic violence prev~'n- tion efforts Saturday at Dick's Classic Garage, 120 Stagecoach Trail in SOn Marcos. m Boosters want to build the Family Justice Center in the Village at S!an Marcos social s~r- vices campus on Reimdr Avenue off Hunter , I , Road. The museums e~tenswe collection of I classic cars will complement the fundraiser's Route 66 theme, organizers said. "While it's easy to idealize this era, what we know now is domestic violence happens in the seemingly happiest homes on the quietest streets in the best neighborhoods," said Nora Linares-Moeller, the group's event chair. The event will run 6-9 p.m. and be catered by Cool Mint Cafe. Tickets cost $25 and can be purchased online, www.haysfriends.org. PHOTO BY CYNDYSLOVAK-BARTON Allergy Snorin PHOTO BY LINCOLN RAMIREZ PHOTO BY BRUCE RUCKEL