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Page 6C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press December 23, 2009 + COURTESY PHOTO Follow that Star Local children got into the spirit of Christmas with the "Follow That Star" Christmas Program at Hays Hills Baptist Church presented on Dec. 15. ot all your shopping done? If not and you are a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Uh- land, you may want to pick up a pack of white socks, ladles or men or maybe both, for the sock drive the Women's Guild of St. lohn is sponsoring. The "food basket" could also use a few more cans or packages of food oryou may wish to make a cash donation. The socks will be taken to nursing homes and the food to either the food bank in San Marcos or Lockhart. ooe St. John Church was filled with worshippers Sunday morning including several visitors and Jean Collier, who is well on her way to recovery from injuries she received several months ago in an automobile accident. Good to see her smile. It was also good to have the choir as ODDS & ENDS part of the worship services. They sang "On That Hallelu- jah Night." Members of the choir were Cheryl Ann Shelley, ludy Jakubik, Barbara Hanna, George Lyons, Pastor lakubik, their leader Jo Ann Tanzer and Gladys Sorrells at the piano. A beautiful song and a beauti- ful performance. Thanks. The David Avalos family, with readings, prayers and lighting of the candle, did the lighting of the fourth advent candle. Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship service will be at 7 p.m. with Tincture Holy Com- munion. Bring your favorite candle to be placed and lit on the altar. Mark your calendar on January 17 to remind you of the annual congregational meeting after church service. A carry-in lunch will precede the meeting. This is the first congregational meeting of St. lohn Lutheran Church. All members are urged to attend. Happy birthday to Susan ]anicki on Dec. 13; Alvin Moc- zygemba on Dec. 18; Brian Heideman on Dec. 24; Maddy Heideman on Dec. 26; and lanice Sassman on Dec. 27. * Sympathy is extended to the family of Mike Nickel who passed away last week. Ser- vices are pending. Prayers go with Calvin Homan of Lockhart, who is hospitalized in Seton Hays in Kyte after suffering a m, assive heart attack, Calvin is the oldest brother of BettyWisian, a mem- ber of St. John Lutheran Church. It's always nice to have company but even nicer when they bring lunch. Leonard and Blanche Kramer of New Braunfels brought a pot of chili and homemade tama- les, we added a side dish or two and enjoyed the meal and talking about "way back when." Leonard lived most of his youth on this farm and joined the CCC, served in the Army duringWWII and lived in New Braunfels after being discharged from the service. ]oining the "kinfolks" were Adelene Wisian and Clarence Heideman of San Marcos. Here's wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a healthy happy and peaceful NewYear. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO 2 FABULOUS WOMEN Jane Kirkham and Tracy Cannon who work long and hard to make the lives of people around them be00. Joy and Happiness to you both from all of us at the tE Treecycling. SATURDAY, DEC. 27 - SATURDAY, JAN. 10. After you take down the Christmas tree, take it down to the KBDJ, LP quarry in Hays County. As a certified wildlife conservation site, we'll put it to good use. Old Christmas trees make excellent habitats for fish, turtles, rabbits, armadillos and other creatures. Think of it as a chance for your old tree to do something green again. And speaking of green, it won't cost you a cent. Simply take your old tree to the KBDJ, LP quarry at 618S EM. 967, one-half mile west of Ruby Ranch. The tree drop-off site will be clearly marked at the entrance. For more information, log on to KBDJLp F00Ue omce ho0000s, ltions open from 7 a,m.-ll p,m. * 15 locations throughout Travis, WiUiamson and Hays counties A new ARA location is opening in January 2010 at 3201 S. Austin Avenue, #105 in Georgetown Handicapped-accessible parking Most insurance plans accepted and filed Leading edge technology Expert Physicians, Exceptional Convenience ii Body/cross-sectional imaging Interventional radiology Mammography and women's imaging Musculoskeletal imaging Neurointerventional surgery Neuroradiology Nuclear radiology Pediatric radiology