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A Word About Recycling - August 23

Again, a variety of things from the latest Resource Recycling eNewsletter. We’ll start off with an item concerning the federal government.
Although we do not always agree with the way the government spends our tax dollars, this seems like it would be a helpful expenditure.
Recently, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, a Minneapolis-area Democrat, introduced the Zero Waste Development and Expansion Act (H.R. 3237). The bill was inspired by the Closed Loop Fund’s pledge to invest $100 million in recycling initiatives.

Community Bible Study

First Christian Church is hosting interdenominational two 30-week Bible studies starting in September called Community Bible Study. Come join other Christians in San Marcos and surrounding areas for in-depth Bible studies.
The Evening group is for men, women and married couples and will be studying Mark and Christian Living with lessons available in Spanish as well as English. The Evening study will begin Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 6:30 to 8 p.m. each week.


The Mid-Texas Symphony’s 2015-2016 Season opens on Sunday, Sept. 13 in Seguin with selections carefully chosen to showcase the musicians’ abilities to bring the power, the majesty, and the magic of classic symphonic music to life. (The Mid-Texas Symphony)

Mid-Texas Symphony announces 38h season

SEGUIN – A symphony’s season is sometimes years in the making; there’s the music, the musicians, the venues, the guest artists and the myriad other things that must come together before a season is just “right.”
All those elements have merged and blended to bring you an unforgettable 38th Mid-Texas Symphony Season featuring composition by composers Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and Handel as well as Copland, Shostakovich, and Sibelius.

Adventures in the Old West

Seguin-based author Del David is promoting his action-packed book, “The Old Marshal’s Last Gunfight.”
The book’s chief character is Marshal Dave Stoutman who has his final gunfight at 70. He became a Texas Ranger at 18 to help bring justice to the Old West.
Written in the style of Louis L’Amour, the book details the encounters Stoutman has had his entire life in dealing with people who break the law. The settings are real, and the firearms are correct for the time period, David said.

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