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KZSM — Volunteer opportunities for a new year

KZSM — Volunteer opportunities for a new year

We at KZSM.org are beginning our fourth year of live-streaming programming. Our family of volunteers gives their time, thought, and talent to keep up our mission to educate, engage, enlighten, and entertain. We come from all backgrounds, and range in age from twenties to seventies. Together we laugh, learn, and serve the community. We always have more ideas than we can carry out, so we hope you’ll consider joining us. Given the many tasks that make up broadcasting, you’ll be sure to find a place and an activity that suits you.

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A new downtown mural — Celebrate Diversity: Our Common Thread — highlights San Marcos' cultural diversity. Above, artist Robert Jones showcases his work and describes the details in his painting. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

OUR COMMON THREAD

With only a few words of inspiration given to him, artist Robert Jones transformed a 16 foot by 32 foot medium density overlay plyboard into a mural highlighting San Marcos’ cultural diversity. 

Hays County Judge, Ruben Becerra, CITC, Council for the Indigenous and Tejano Community

Judge Ruben Becerra, the first Hispanic County Judge, has formed the “Council for the Indigenous and Tejano Community” (CITC) to facilitate the community’s desire to address the multitude of undertold and un-told Indigenous and Tejano stories. Submitted photos

Hays County Judge Creates Historical Council

Judge Ruben Becerra, the first Hispanic County Judge, has formed the “Council for the Indigenous and Tejano Community” (CITC) to facilitate the community’s desire to address the multitude

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