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The San Marcos Lions Club installed their new officers for the 2018-19 year Tuesday evening at Independence Hall in Kissing Tree. From left are, Director Rowe Ray, First Vice President Mike Jones, Director Brian Olson, Director Bob Mooney, Director Sara Lee Underwood-Myers, Director Tom Conley, Lions Club International Foundation Coordinator Sylvia Muzzy, Director John Schramm, Past President Debbie Smith, new President Samantha Armbruster, Treasurer Joe Kenworthy, Second Vice President John Bilodeau, First Vice District Governor-Elect Larkin Smith, Secretary Nancy Smith, Marketing and Communications Director Mitch Hoffman and Lion Tamer Marcus Montondon. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

The new faces of San Marcos Lions Club

Many things have changed since the San Marcos Lions Club’s inception 77 years ago.

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Malabar spinach features large green leaves, on a bright red vine that reaches up to 30 feet or more, and it does great in the texas summer heat – unlike most greens. Photo courtesy of Joe Urbach

Growth in gardening: Malabar Spinach

A cool, crisp, salad on a summer day is a wonderful thing, but did you know that salad really isn’t a summer food? Yes, we can find tidy greens in

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