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Section D + HaysFreePress.com CLASSIFIEDS * PUBLIC NOTICES SERVICE DIRECTORY October 27, 2010 Page 1D KYLE The aroma of fresh kettle corn and barbeque still lingers in the air and children are still just a bit sticky from pink puffs of cot- ton candy. Yes, another Kyle Fair and Music Festival is now complete. This annual event is the largest celebration held in Kyle, celebrating the found- ing of this great place we call home. We have many people to thank and we would like to ex- tend our gratitude to the City of Kyle's Parks and Recreation Department, our mayor and city council, the Economic Development and Tourism committee, the Kyle Cham- ber's Tourism committee, Kyle PD, vendors, musicians, volunteers, area hotels and all the folks who brought this event together. The third weekend in October is much more than a celebration of the founding of the City of Kyle. It is an op- portunity to show that even in these challenging times, Kyle is a place where people still care about each other. We may not always agree about which road needs to be fixed or if we should spend more money on the latest recycling proj- ect, but we can find common ground on which to stand. I always try to keep one thought in mind when people ask me about our town: whether you are starting a business, expanding a busi- ness, raising your children, retiring or going to school at an area university, this com- munity is, in fact, a simply charming place. Did you know that last week was Chamber of Commerce Week in the state of Texas? The City of Kyle and Hays County joined over 600 Chambers of Commerce in Texas to cel- ebrate all the tireless work Chambers of Commerce across the state have been engaged in to make our com- munities the very best. On behalf of the Kyle Area Cham- ber of Commerce and Visi- tor's Bureau we would like to thank our mayor, city council, our Hays County judge and commissioners for joining us in recognizing the work of our local chambers. For more information on the award winning Kyle Chamber please visit www. KyleChamber.org or just drop by the Visitor's Center lo- cated in the Train Depot at the intersection of Front St. and Center St. Calendar of OCT. 30 Noon - City of Kyle 7th An- num Halloween Carnival, City Square Park NOV. 1 4-5:30 p.m. - Town & Coun- tryVeterinary Hospital Open House, 6300 FM 3237, Austin NOV. 4 6-8 p.m. - Kyle Chamber Ambassador's B~.S.H., FREE Networking Event- Cowboy Polaris, 5 Brent Blvd. Ste. 150 in Kyle NOV. 6 9 a.m. - Last Kyle Market Days of 2010. Enjoy arts, crafts, food vendors and FREE live music as you get an early start on your holiday shop- ping- Under the shady oaks of City Square Park 9 a.m. - Kyle Parks & Recreation Family Fun Bike Ride - sign up online at www. CityofKyle.com A snapshot of banks operating in Hays County, ranked by total deposits and market share based on annual filings with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. San Wells Fargo Headquarters: South Dakota Local Deposits: $145,174,000 Market Share: 30.96 percent Headquarters: North Carolina Local Deposits: $59,592,000 Market Share: 12.71 percent Sage Capital Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $28,440,000 Market Share: 6.06 percent dway Headquarters: Texas Deposits: $24,846,000 Market ~: 5.30 percent Ozona National Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $24,518,000 Market Share: 5.23 percent Market Share:. 4.57 Headquarters: Ohio Local Deposits: $5,362,000 Bank of Commerce Market Share: 1.14 percent !iiiii ! ii :! ii iiii i il !iiii!!!i M.rket 0.37 rcent These numbers are from June 2010, the most recent available. They do not include banks that have entered these markets in the last year. Broadway National Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $13,536,000 Market Share: 26.18 percent First State Bank Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $7,610,000 Market Share: 14.72 percent Bank of Commerce Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $480,000 Market Share: .93 percent Broadway National Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $15,560,000 Market Share: 24.88 percent Market 5.69 percent iii !i~ i!il i iiii!il/il/ii!ii!ililiiiiil: Headquarters: Texas Local Deposits: $1,219,000 Market Share: 1.95 percent