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Alaynna Burke and Makenna Hawkins from Buda 4-H were selected to perform the National Anthem during the Thursday night recognition assembly at Texas 4-H Roundup on June 11. There were one of three acts selected from more than 100 applications. (Photo courtesy Hays County AgriLife Extension)

Hays County 4-H member Haley White is presented a $1,000 Texas 4-H Foundation Scholarship, provided by the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Presenting her scholarship are show representatives Scott Chakales, Jackie Simmonds and Cody Davenport. (Photo courtesy Hays County AgriLife Extension)

Hays Co. 4-H participates in Roundup, members receive scholarships

Hays County 4-H members recently participated in the 2015 Texas 4-H Roundup on June 9-11, at the Texas A&M University campus in College Station.  
Roundup encompasses numerous state level 4-H contests, scholarship presentations, recognition assemblies, educational workshops and evening entertainment. Roundup is the highlight of the 4-H year, in which months – and sometimes years – of hard work pay off for both youth and adult participants.
The Texas 4-H Foundation presented more than $2.3 million in scholarships to 4-H members.  


Millie (Heather Capello, center) introduces the new girl (Becca Mechler) to the shady hotel owner, Mrs. Meers (Marcia Kelly) in this scene from the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie” opening July 9 at Circle Arts Theatre in Landa Park , New Braunfels with a champagne opening at 8 p.m. Performances are every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. through August 2. July 23 is a benefit for New Braunfels Gemischter Chor Harmonie. Tickets may be purchased at The Crossing downtown, online at www.circleartstheatre.org or by calling (830) 837-6172. (Photo courtesy Circle Arts Theatre)

IHOP celebrating 57 years with 57 cent pancakes

When Al and Jerry Lapin opened the first International House of Pancakes in Toluca Lake, California in 1958, their guests could always count on an experience that would make them smile. While much has changed since they opened 57 years ago – gas is no longer 24 cents per gallon and the U.S. has seen 10 different presidents – guests can still count on IHOP for a smile, and 57 cent pancakes definitely help.

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