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I , JI Page 4B + Hays Free Press * December 28, 2011 COURTESY PHOTO Empty Bowls help fill Food Bank coffer Hays High School Art Club sponsored its first Empty Bowls Project in early December selling soup-filled, handcrafted art bowls for $10 a piece. Individual 3-D sculpture adorned the tables and student musicians entertained the crowds throughout the evening. $1,200 was raised to benefit the Hays County Food Bank and St. Vincent de Paul Society. Art teacher and Empty Bowl Project coordinator Starr Cruz, far right, .oins Art Club vice president Caragh Givens, left, and president Katelyn Kelsey as she presents St. Vincent de Paul representative Gordon Dye a check from the oroceeds of their fundraiser. PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Honored into knighthood PHOTO BYJIMCULLEN Cultures Around the World Blanco Vista Elementary School honored a distinguished group of students recently at a knighting ceremony with the sword of the queen (Principal Irma Fiores-Brothers) knighting lords and ladies for Blanco Vista Elementary School hosted its Kindergarten C~ tures Around their reading achievements and their acts of kindness, friendship and the World Fashion Show recently, with Wildcat kinder students "dressing scholarship. The event is designed to remind students that they are up like their culture." The event is intended to reinforce their Social Studies always seen by others and that positive acts are rewarded. Wildcat 4th- objective to identify individual cultures and how they dress, eat and play. grader Jayden Cannady, with BVES Librarian (and Knighting Ceremony Among the more unique costumes see~ at the event fs kindergarzen organizer) Kelly Posey, was one of the students recently knighted, student Steven Hardaway dressed in colors reflecting African culture. Ur II CLOSED Dec. 26-30 so we can move into our new offices at II 3 W. Center St., Kylc Visit our new offices beginning Jan. 3 Call with any questions: 512-268-7862 TEyme !'ik ~:~' I~i 'f ~: ;~- ~" " ~: ~ ~ "~ i~" ~ 11726 Man.chaca Rd. )