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Elizabeth Castaneda and Amy Stanfield, San Marcos Young Professionals Executive Committee members, register guests at the event. PHOTOS PROVIDED BY CTMC.

CTMC CEO/President Anthony Stahl, Ph.D., spoke to the crowd about levels of leadership. 

CTMC CEO/President Anthony Stahl, Ph.D. and Dr. Bryan Hambric answer questions from the group as Daily Record Staff Member Colton Ashabranner has a chance to test drive CTMC’s da Vinci robotic surgical system.

Young Professionals meet at CTMC

Laura Aebi- Features Editor

Last week, Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) hosted the year’s first San Marcos Young Professionals’ (SMYP) meeting. SMYP, an organization designed to help people aged 21-40 network within San Marcos, is organized by the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce. 

Last week’s event featured hor d'oeuvres and beverages during the pre-presentation mixer, giving participants an opportunity to get to know each other before listening to the event speaker. 

Look for this logo to spot participating businesses. GRAPHIC PROVIDED BY THE PRICE CENTER

Walkabout featuring new solo art shows and more

This month’s Third Thursday Downtown Walkabout activities at the Price Center will include the opening reception for a new solo art show in the Tea Room by Carroll Dolezal and a new quilt show by members of Bee Friends, a local bee that quilts monthly at the center. The event is free, open to all and light refreshments will be served.

'GO Center' offers student guidance

Rachel Willis- Daily Record Staff

The San Marcos Public Library hosts an event every week for San Marcos residents to create and improve resumes, cover letters, learn about online job searches and application processes as well as the intricacies of financial aid.

The program is called the “GO Center” and is an enterprise of Texas State University’s P-16 Initiative’s G-Force mentoring program. The program takes place at five local high schools and the library.

‘Rebuild on the Rocks’ fundraiser

Laura Aebi- Features Editor

Local businesses are teaming up with St. Bernard Parish (SBP) to raise funds and awareness for flood recovery in Central Texas. KIVA Lounge & Bar, Bobcat Nation Bar & Grill, Elevate Bar + Table, Root Cellar Bakery & Catering Co. will all be doing their part on Jan. 20 to fundraise for the event. 

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