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San Marcos artist Margaret Adie’s works, pictured above, will be on display at the gallery into the month of December. PHOTOS COURTESY OF JONATHAN WOODS

‘Remembrance of Things Past’ to debut at Dahlia Woods Gallery

Dahlia Woods Gallery is pleased to announce its November 2016 show called “Remembrance of Things Past” - vintage assemblages by San Marcos artist Margaret Adie. The show runs from Nov. 11 to Dec. 7. The opening artist’s reception is on Friday, Nov. 11,  from 6- 9 p.m.

PHOTO COURTESY OF SMCISD. 

H-E-B Buddy League

Crockett Elementary 2nd Graders and H-E-B have started a new initiative and are taking a stand for inclusion in our schools. The H-E-B Buddy League aims to promote diversity and inclusion by inspiring kindness and respect over such negative behaviors as teasing, exclusion, and other forms of bullying. Each 2nd grade classroom received a H-E-B Buddy League kit with coloring sheets, pamphlets, educational posters, motivational stickers and a dry erase poster to use throughout the year.  Students will also be eligible for nomination and recognition for embodying such goals as leadershi

Travis Elementary’s Houston Texans JJ Watt team is “teaming up against drugs” for Red Ribbon Week. Left to right are (back row)  Christen Robinett and Colton Skruhak; and front row—1st grade teacher Jennifer Christopher, Madison Robinett, Colsen Geesee, Devin Guevara and Principal Niki Konecki.  PHOTO COURTESY OF SMCISD.

A Word About Recycling

Ollie Maier- Columnist

Today we will address some of the items happening in the world of recycling plastic from some articles in a recent Plastics Recycling Update eNewsletter.

Since we know shopping picks up this time of year for most, an article concerning WalMart caught my eye. It started,

“An executive from the world’s largest retailer says the company is aiming to give suppliers concrete details in its mission for more sustainable packaging – and recycling is playing a major role in that process.”

Got Leaves?

Once again, the City of San Marcos Resource Recovery program and Texas State University’s Bobcat Blend Composting program are offering San Marcos residents a way to divert leaves from the landfill.

Bobcat Blend is collecting leaves at the parking lot of the Grant Harris Building at 401 E. Hopkins.  Leaves and grass clippings can be brought in trash or paper bags and deposited in the cage trailer that will be in place Nov. 2-18.

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