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Dear Abby 3/24/16

Fear of arrest prevents man from seeking help he needs

DEAR ABBY: I find myself sometimes wanting to commit the most heinous of crimes. The desire to do this has been with me my entire life. I was sexually abused by my mother and oldest brother. While that’s no excuse, I understand why I may be the way I am.

Texas State University graduate student Freda Bryson taught 2-year-old Oliver sorting and matching shapes, while his mother, Deborah Carter, learned about activities they could do at home to foster the early math skills needed for kindergarten and beyond.  Children ages 1 to 4 are invited to another fun occasion of counting, measuring and sorting this Saturday, March 26 at 10 a.m. at Centro Cultural Hispano located at 211 Lee St. (photos by Deborah Carter)
 

Graduate students from Texas State University’s Adult Education Program taught families just how fun learning early math can be.

Newlyweds Dani and Benny Bruker from the village of Tennenbronn in southwest Germany are in San Marcos visiting their friends, Rosie and Tom Forst. Benny said that Germans are ardent fans of John Deere tractors. (photos by Rosie Forst)

Charming couple Rosie and Tom Forst corresponded via email and telephone before getting hitched at the Hays County Courthouse where they were married by the late Margie Hernandez.

Dear Abby 3/23/16

Mom’s body piercings are becoming targets of ridicule

DEAR ABBY: My sister and I have no interest in body piercing (except our ears), but we have seen it on friends and are not impressed. However, our 44-year-old mom got her nipples pierced and has started wearing jewelry there!

From left to right are Gary M. van der Wege, Paralympian and tournament organizer, Jim Basler, Texas State University Fencing Club president, and Pamela Pritchett of the Kyle Local Lions. (photo by Sean Claes)

Fencing fundraiser aids Texas Lions Camp: Children with medical disabilities will experience summer camp at no cost

The Texas State Fencing Club hosted a unique fundraiser to benefit the Texas Lions Camp.
On March 6, fencers from across the state traveled to San Marcos to participate in the Lions Camp Benefit Foil Tournament on the campus of Texas State University in San Marcos. The event raised $800 that will go toward providing a free summer camp experience to children with medical disabilities.  
The Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville has been in existence since 1949.  
The Kyle Local Lions, a new Lions club chartered in 2015, assisted in donating awards and providing concessions.

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