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Page 4B I Hays Free Press November 30, 2011 Cougars raise $1500 for diabetes More than100 Chapa Middle School students and staffers took part in the campus Walk for Diabetes, their donations and silent auction items combining to raise $1500. That total will continue to grow for the next two weeks as additional online donations come in. Kyle EMS staffers appeared and presented at the event and Sac-n-Pac do- nated event refreshments. PHOTO B~ School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B Bills will open the evening at 6:30 p.m. with the DMS Sixth Grade Choir, to be followed by the Bel Canto, Mustang Men and Chorale. A number of student solos and ensembles will perform as choirs take and leave the stage and the entffe choir will sing a finale. Hays High School Director Charles Flores will, in order, feature his Men's Choir, Treble Choir, VarsityWomen and Chamber Singers. Flores promises musi- cal selections "from Let it Snow to Dance of the SugarPlum Fairies." The combined concert is free and open to the public. Rebel Project Graduation Christmas Bazaar set The Hays High School Project Gradu- ation Christmas Bazaar is set for Satur- day, Dec. 10.Vendors are being sought to sell Christmas holiday items at the bazaar. For vendor sites, contact Karen Sadler at, call 424- 9937, or contact For those not familiar with Project Graduation, it's a committee created to raise funds for a safe, sober graduation household items, toy,, ment and other sellat may be dropped at Monday, December 5 cated at 4820 Jack C. i of the Hays High Sch, may be purchased fo: ing to use the event fi garage sale. For quesl Ruisinger at ruisinge] call the school at 268 Cheryl Moczygemba. Annual wintl night for (in this case) Hays High School graduating seniors. Lehman High One of Hays CISD',' LHS Choir Winter School also has a Project Graduation traditions is coming( with the upcoming~A set for Sunda~ Dec. ] Arts Center. Dahlstro takes the stage first time. The Mustangs' ; Symphonic Band anc will perform in that c and both will be fundraising during the coming months. LUCERO SANCHEZ-IBARRA ~, athletic equip- ,le items. Donations e school off starting , the campus lo- lays Trail, just south )ol campus. Booths $10 for those want- ~r their own mini- ions, email Julie or 8462 and speak to Bobcats take the stag their Sixth Grade Bar by their Concert Bahai, Symphonic Band andWind Ensemble. 1The Hays High ;r follies set favorite holiday ,ver the horizon inter Band Follies, 1, at the Performing Middle School ith a 1:30 p.m. start ;ixth Grade Band, Wind Ensemble rder. The Barton at 3:30 p.m. with d, followed, in order, :es the stage at 5:45 nic Band II, followed nd I. The Rebels' ights the show's ~ected 6:40 p.m. concert set School choirs ,,,~ll ionday, Dec. 12, ~rming Arts Center. oore reports that the the Bobcats' Sixth Choir, Men's Choir Concert Tuesday The choirs of Lehman High School, under the guidance of Director DanielArredon- do, will perform their W'mter Concert next Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. in the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center. Arredondo says his students will offer music bringing back old memories and begin new ones - with the classics, as well as innovative music. It will be the largest group of Lehman choir students to appear on stage. Admission is free, Lobe Mariachi Winter Concert and dinner The Lehman High School Mariachi Winter Concert and fundraiser is set for next Tuesday, Dec. 6. A $4 dinner is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. and the evening's concert starts at 7 p.m. The event will be held at the Lehman High School cafetorium. The dinner includes crispy tacos, rice, beans, garnish and tea, and a "Sweet Shop" will sell baked goods. The concert features mariachi students from Simon, Wallace and Chapa middle schools, as well as Lehman High Schooli Lehman Band Winter Concert next week The Lehman High School Band Winter Concert is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 8, 7 p.m., at the Performing Arts Center. Admission to this holiday event is free and those taking it in will arrive at the PAC to find the Lehman Jazz Ensemble playing in the foyer. The concert in the auditorium begins at 7 p.m. with the Johnnie Green-directed Concert Band, followed by the Chris Barrera-directed Symphonic Band. Director Joey Lucita leads the Lehman Wind Ensemble to Barton chOil close the show. The Barton Middl~ at, aul; 7x'"'a"m",perform in concert 1~ Live Oak 6:30 p.m., at the Peril hosts garage sale Director Katherine l~ program will include The Live Oak Academy PTSA hosts its Grade Choir, IV Trebl second annual garage sale Saturday, Dec. and Varsity Treble Ch 10. The school is accepting donations always, is free and th including gently used clothes, furniture, invited to enjoy the r School contingent ta p.m. with its Symphc by the Symphonic Be Wind Ensemble high conclusion with an e curtain time. oir. Admission, as public is cordially msic. Auto, home and life insurance... RobWh , Agent (512) 504-9484 RobWhi Texas Auto. Home. Life "Moments worth covering are never accidents" 5500 FM 2770, Ste. 101 Kyle, TX 78640 Pa~atio~S o~toys, bikes, hdmct~ ar any mot~etary omagt~wi!l #eaccepte~for eatryfeeaM # Annual Percentage Rate. All rates are expressed as low as. Actual rate may vary depending on creditI qualifications. 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