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Lee Colee helps choreograph the opening segment. Left to right are Lee Colee’, Hope-Caroline Behrhorst, Genevieve Hodge, Jeremiah Jordon and Kaela Steinbrenner. (Photo by Jim Gillock)

Colee’ Studios camp celebrates 15 years

Lee Coleé Studios has completed the audition phase for its 15th Annual Musical Theatre Boot Camp.  
Coleé has now begun the pre-camp and pre-production phase at her Wimberley studios. This year’s production will be “42nd Street” and will be performed at the Price Center in San Marcos.  
All performers have been notified of acceptance and are now learning the show’s libretto and score in preparation for the first day of camp.  


Hays County Master Gardener Joe Scott was awarded second place in the Outstanding Individual Master Gardener 2014 category at the Texas Master Gardener Conference in Belton on April 16. Since completing the course in 2009, Joe has truly embraced what it means to be a Master Gardener. He has made notable efforts with mentoring, research and invention. He is particularly knowledgeable in the areas of composting, vegetable gardening and fruit production. His enthusiasm, leadership and willingness to share his expertise with other gardeners and the community at large have been invaluable to our Hays County group. (Photo courtesy Hays County AgriLife Extension Office)

Eye of the Dog hosts Dirt Dauber Festival

Fifty area clay artists, a variety of demonstrations and Kids Clay Play are among the highlights of the fifth Annual Dirt Dauber Festival. The festival is taking  place this weekend from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Eye of the Dog Art Center (EOTDAC) in San Marcos.
Dirt Dauber offers a free, family-friendly way to enjoy and learn more about clay arts on the unique, 12-acre campus of EOTDAC.


From left are Robert H. Booker, Ola Young and Emily Holmes. (Photo courtesy Grande Communications)

Grande Cares awards scholarships

Grande Cares San Marcos board members and GEMS committee delegates, Greg Wurzbach and Ola Young, attended the San Marcos High School scholarship awards program on Wednesday, May 6.  
The committee reviewed numerous very worthy applications and decided to give $500 each to Robert H. Booker and Emily Holmes, both of San Marcos High School. They have both been accepted to Texas A&M University and will start this fall.  
Robert is going for a degree in mechanical engineering and Emily wants to earn a degree in kinesiology.

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