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Tattoos and piercings in the workplace

With the increasing number of younger, white-collar professionals who choose to adorn and modify their bodies with tattoos and body piercings, employers are often faced with a difficult decision – whether or not to hire these otherwise qualified applicants based on these modifications. While tattoos, body piercings, and other body modifications are becoming more mainstream, they are still not widely accepted into America’s corporate culture.

From left, Erin Banks (Dalton’s mother), Congressman Roger Williams and senior Dalton Banks.

HCCS senior awarded commendation to Merchant Marine Academy

Dalton Banks, a senior at Hill Country Christian School, received a commendation to the Merchant Marine Academy last month.
Unbeknownst to Banks, Principal Joe Lunz planned with the Congressman Roger Williams of District 25 to call Banks into his office during school to have a meeting.
During the meeting, Williams presented Banks the required commendation to go before a committee who will discuss his acceptance and appointment for a military academy.
This completed a huge step in the process of Banks’ admittance into the Merchant Marine Academy.

Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund hosts 4th Annual Drag Out Funny variety show

Hundreds of residents turned out and showed their support for the city’s first ever Pride festival last year, and the first gay bar opened shortly thereafter.  Keeping that momentum going, the Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund is hosting their Fourth Annual Drag Out Funny, comedy, drag and variety show.
The night of giggles and glamour includes a silent auction, and raises scholarship money for LGBTQ Texas State students.

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