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B-LOVE Spring Rockin’ Awareness party at Dick’s Classic

Bobcats Leaving Out Violence Everywhere (B-LOVE), a Texas State Student Organization, is throwing their free Spring Rockin’ Awareness party on April 10 to bring awareness to dating violence and sexual assault.
B-LOVE was created in memory of Tiffanie Perry who was a senior at Texas State when she found herself in an abusive relationship. When she broke up with her abuser, two weeks later he shot and killed her. Tiffanie’s friends and family wanted to make a difference and put an end to dating violence, so they started B-LOVE.

AgriLife estate planning workshop

The Hays County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be hosting a Farm and Ranch Estate Planning Workshop.  This workshop will be held on Tuesday, April 21 at the Hays County Extension Office, located at 1253 Civic Center Loop in San Marcos.  The workshop will begin at 6:15 p.m.
This workshop will cover basic principles that every landowner needs to know to protect their ranch, their family, and their legacy.  Topics that will be covered include:
• The benefits of having a coordinated plan
• Succession, Gift and Estate Planning

Hays County AgriLife Extension hosts composting workshop

The Hays County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will host a Composting Workshop at the Hays County Extension Office in San Marcos at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14. This workshop will be open to the public. The Hays County Extension Office is located at 1253 Civic Center Loop in San Marcos.
Topics that will be covered during this workshop will include the benefits of composting, different methods of composting, and how to utilize your compost.  

A Word about Recycling — March 29

The other day, when going to buy groceries at H-E-B, as I was putting a plastic bag full of plastic newspaper sleeves, other plastic bags, thin plastic wrappings, etc., in the container outside the store to recycle them, I started wondering, with them being so light, how many pounds of them get recycled by customers of just this one food chain. So I asked.
Leslie Sweet, from the H-E-B Public Affairs office, informed me, “We’re proud of our customers to report that they recycled almost six million pounds of plastic bags through our in-store recycling in 2014.”

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