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Items from a previous 4th Flea event are displayed on a shelf. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PRICE CENTER.

Indoor booths add to appeal of this month’s 4th Flea

4th Flea, the only downtown, monthly community flea market in San Marcos is seeking vendors to participate in its Jan. 28 event. The market takes place every fourth Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Price Center and offers both indoor and outdoor booth spaces. The Flea’s indoor vendor spaces are in the Center’s parlor and two historic former church sanctuaries and provide comfort for vendors and shoppers alike during the colder winter months.

Dog of the Week: Carter

Carter is one cool dog. This one-year-old is always happy to run and play outside, and can keep you entertained for hours. He is fantastic with other dogs and is really easy to get along with, he loves all people. Carter has been at the shelter for a while now and we just can’t figure out why this sweet boy is being overlooked. Come and meet him today and watch him melt your heart!

Cat of the Week: Chauncey

Full of fluff and super sweet, Chauncey is here to make your day. Chauncey is three years old, but he’s got the heart of a kitten. Chauncey is known for being laid-back, fun-loving and very comfortable around all types of people and cats— and he’s just so gorgeous. Chauncey is a shelter favorite, so come meet him to see why.

Pets of the Week

Both pets are available for adoption at the San Marcos Regional Shelter, and both pets have their adoption sponsored by the Mutt Strutt Guardian Angel program. That means that if you and either pet are a good match, their adoption, complete with spay or neuter, rabies vaccine, kennel shots, microchip and city license are completely free. To learn more or to meet our pets, please visit us in person at the shelter, open from 11:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and from 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Free HazMat class next week

Laura Aebi- Features Editor

The city of San Marcos is offering an “Advanced HazMat Management Class” to residents on Jan. 26 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The class, which is free, is called the Five Steps to Success Street Smart Chemistry Class. 

The city says the class is “geared toward individuals who are likely to be involved in a HazMat response or serve on an emergency response team.” The course aims to hone “the responders’ decision-making skills, enabling them to protect the public and the environment in the first few minutes of an incident.” 

A Word About Recycling

Ollie Maier- Daily Record Columnist

Recently subscribed to another recycling and energy related eNewlsetter called Waste Today to compliment information received from Recycling Today and Resource Recycling newsletters. Today I will use three of their articles to try to provide and interesting and informative column.

We find in Oklahoma, the High Plains Bioenergy (HPB) company, “… is upgrading its anaerobic digestion-derived biogas to renewable natural gas. 

The Journey Continues

"Brother" Jim Lanning- Daily Record Columnist

My journey continues with recall to my days as a dorm director and middle school Bible teacher at the San Marcos Baptist Academy. Our challenge was about young people and how to mold their spiritual lives. A weekly chapel service under the charge of Chaplain Dr. Dennis Koger provided a forum for different speakers to address this task.

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