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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.

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

Local artisans and farmers will be selling their goods this Sunday at the July Sunday San Market from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Photo courtesy of Kelsey Huckaby

First Sunday San Market

This July, the First Sunday San Market happens to fall on July 1st; and what a way to start the month off.

Artist Naveen Shakil blends a stroke of white into the mural she is completing on the back of the Spalsh Coworking building in downtown.  Splash Coworking will unveil the newest addition to the city's growing list of murals this evening at 6:30 p.m. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

New mural to make a splash downtown

Join Splash Coworking as they share the completion of a brand new mural by International artist Naveen Shakil 

Clara Bragg enjoys a day at the Country Estates Recreation Association's pool with her family. On Friday and Saturday, June 29 and 30, there will be a Benefit Yard Sale for A Cure for Clara from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at 2706 James St. Photo courtesy of Melinda Habengreither

Yard sale benefits A Cure for Clara

You might not know it from looking at Clara Bragg – bright-eyed and all smiles in almost every photo – that she faces a rare and debilitating disease.

From left to right are Dr. Karen Munson's students Chris Flores, Sabrina Zheng, Andrei Apostol, Sarah Johnson, Vinson Zheng, Ceilidh Welsh and Macrina Anitei. Photo courtesy of Dr. Karen Munson

Local piano students win accolades

On May 21, the studio of Dr. Karen Munson gave its annual recital for family and friends.  Following the performances, awards were presented to each student.

On June 14, the Price Center rededicated the stage in the 1910 Room the Ron and Marie Jager Theatre. Past and present members of the Greater San Marcos Area Seniors Association, friends, family and the cast of the just wrapped up local production of “The Sound of Music” were a part of the dedication. Photo courtesy of the Price Center

Theatre dedicated to Jager legacy

A group of nearly 100, including past and present Greater San Marcos Area Seniors Association (GSMASA) board members, friends, family and the cast of the just wrapped up local production of “The So

Accepting the award on behalf of the Wimberley Players were board members Teresa Kendrick and Ryla Wolf. Photo courtesy of the Wimberley Players

Wimberley Players win award

The Austin Critics Table presented the Wimberley Players with a new award catagory this year, the Periphery Company Award for excellence in theater outside Austin proper. Citing, among other things,

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