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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays Free Press September 28, 2011 DAR celebrates Constitution with Negley Elemen- tary School 5th- grader Avery Cruz affixes her signature as a witness to Navi- gator Principal Will Webber's (seated) signed proclamation declaring Sept. 17-23 "Consti- tution Week." Joining Cruz as a witness was 5th-grader Jam- ison Eddleman and the group was encour- aged by teacher Joy Young and visiting speaker Sandy Forten- berry (in colonial dress) of the Jacob's Well Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B" urday, Oct. 8, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Immediately prior to the carnival's opening, the Suns PTA sponsors its Family Fun Run, offering a 10K, 5K, and Fun Mile, with staggered starts at 7:30, 7:40, and 7':50 a.m.. respec- tively. Sign-in begins at 6:45 a.m. and all participants receive a t-shirt and a compli- mentary breakfast following their run or walk. The carnival offers free activities and health screenings from a wide range of area care providers, as well as entertainment by the Chapa Middle School Mariachi, Dance Unlimited of Buda, Traditional Martial Arts of Kyle, and a Zumba demo by Elite Fit. For information on the Fun Run, contact For information on the fair, see Hawks seek carnival help Hemphill Elementary hosts its Fall Festival Friday, Oct. 14, 5:30-8:30 p.m. and Hawks secretary Brenda Ponce is putting out a call that the organizers "sure could use some community help volunteering in booth areas." To offer assistance, contact Ponce at 268-4688 or or contact Parent Liaison Maria Vasquez at vazquezm@ San Marcos NJHS inductee from Kyle Eighth- grader Alyson Parker of Kyle was one of three students from her class recently in- ducted into the National Junior Honor Society at San Marcos Academy. The honoree is the daughter of Al- len and Bobbie Boone and her sisters, Storey and Chelsea, 9th and 7th- PARKER graders, respec- tively, also attend the Academy. The Acade- my NJHS service projects include collecting cans and funds for the local food bank and gathering stuffed animal "Rescue Buddies" for the Hays County Sheriff's Office and other area first responders. PHOTO BY KATHY FELDT [] li, !1 la I I r I qegley students BY JIM CULI.EN news@haysfreep tess.corn Lum Creek resident - and Jacob's of the Nation- ;ociety Daughters of the Ameri- Revolution I I of the active :the Colonial to life. In and others stu- School about the of the U.S. it means to )nWeek Haney re- speci- Constitution r Johnson of of Buda, Rick Bob Flocke of of Dripping ffWood- dressed Elementa- ry to read Henry Wadsworth Long- fellow's "The Ride of Paul Revere' to fifth graders there. At Negley, Fortenberry explained the process by which the U.S. Con- stitution was written, replacing the nation's initial, ineffective fram- work, the Articles of Confederation. Negley PrincipalWillWebber signqd a school proclamation in the Navi- gator library on Monday, Sept. 19, in commemoration of the 224th an- niversary of the Constitution's sign- ing. The designation, Fortenberry arid her fellow DAR members explained. was originally campaigned for in 1955. with then-President Dwight D. Eisenhower signing it into la'v. Fortenberry assured her andienc,,'s that the Constitution"isn't written n stone" and that U.S. Supreme Cou rt justices are charged with interpre r- ing the two-century-old documen On behalf of their DAR chaptc r, Fortenberry and Beasley present d each student a bookmark contal - ing the Preamble to the U.S. Consl i- tution and books for their librari s were later presented to Negley Pri - cipal Webber and Jacob's Well Pri: l- cipal Linda Land. ,. |t,,i ;OPPLIES LAST. -- gen00 P+werspo00s ef Austin 5 Brent Blvl I off  'a regst tzpr se twenT/2T/ll-9/30/l*Onsel N P/ J? iY6L'Rlod i n h go ri Ilm lPrCltmtr,T]llll + w m q te Uve bin nasmlbeltl,dawpm I., Suite 150 (yle, Texas 78640 512.268.6999 i en cte{ app t,flefia. bIQ: gh c be 'dms ]b epe F W afe beOd op raUn Poris AT1/s r $[RS lve surfes bepubl  rds.R,eI and bess!prs s!, lf ess speeds aed beo tln Iari adair AT1/mobeJs e  s 7 and oMer. u of HER vehicles rnt be aflest I vea olmfh a varm anvers ie,se.lalV rl *Annual Percentage Rate. All rates are expressed "as low as". Actual rate may vary depending on credit qualifications. **Rate applies to 1st lien commercial real estate loans with a loan to , or less; construction/development g---, loan rates/terms may vary. ***Annual Percentage Yield. Penalties for early withdrawal may apply. Jumbo- A minimum deposit of $95,000 is required. Rates and terms are iect to change without notice.Federally insured by NCUA. NMLS#458989 + t+m