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The Native Plant Society of Texas seeks members for its Hill Country Chapter that will meet later this month. Geared for Hays County residents, the new chapter will meet Monday, June 27 in the Wimberley Village Library, located at 400 FM 2325. The meeting will begin with a social at 5:30 p.m. before the informative program gets underway at 6 p.m.  (photo by www.creativeoutlet.com)

Shown here are students who attended the ESL classes completion ceremony on May 23 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The ESL classes at the library get underway Wednesday, while those at the church will start up again on Sept. 22. (photo by Jean Baggett)

 

Dear Abby 6/14

Confiscating phones may teach surly teens to show respect

DEAR ABBY: I’m the mother of two teenagers, ages 13 and 15. I am trying to teach them to do chores and help around the house, but all I get is attitude from them. 

DAILY RECORD PHOTO by Anita MIller

 

Long-admired San Marcos resident Rose Brooks, who is a founding member of the San Marcos Education Foundation, plays an important role on the Juneteenth Committee that orchestrates the hugely successful and much-anticipated Juneteenth Bar-B-Que Cook-off Charity. In its 22nd year, the charitable event generates funds for scholarship opportunities for area students.

Charitable Hearts: Juneteenth event champions family fun, supports scholarships

Lori Steindorf

Features Editor

 

Forming unbreakable bonds over the years and sharing in one another’s happiness and heartaches, friends and families will once again gather next weekend for the 22nd Annual on the River Juneteenth Bar-B-Que Cook-off Charity.

Honoree of this year’s event is esteemed community leader Lonnie Hall, who serves as Gary Job Corps Center director. Hall will join countless others during the eagerly anticipated event for treasured times and fellowship. 

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