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Mayor John Thomaides proclaims July 7 Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Day. Front row from left are Wade Parham, Chief of Police Chase Stapp, Fred Wisener, Vincent DeLuna and Jessica Robison; second row Mayor John Thomaides, Jeff Latham, Byron Mobley, City Council Member Lisa Prewitt, Lee Leonard, Lisa Rodriguez, Mike Aurora, Lisa Dvorak, Mary Rodemyer, Freddy Marmolejo, Sandra Gray, Marcus McMullin, Angela Gonzales, Rosanna Wisener, Fran Soto, Roya Williamson, Monika Lacey, Charlotte Lund, Cindy Lantigua, Rachel Ervin, Jenny Lynch and Jehu Derrickson. Don Anders photo

Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Day

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Ashley Storch, a San Marcos High School Student, tells past President Diana Spencer about her painting of her neighbor, whom she dearly loved that went off to join the Marine’s when he was 20.  He was later KIA in Afghanista. Storch was recognized for her Patriotic Art by Maurice T. Suttles VFW Post 3413 at their joint meeting. The VFW/Auxiliary Young American Patriotic Art is open to students 9-12 grade, including Home School Students. VFW Post 3413 photo

Patriotic Art winner

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From left, Josie Falletta, Akshatha Puthuraya, Clay DeStefano, Linda Coker, Kevin Burke, Stephanie Symmes, Katinka Pinka, Nevaeh Mattocks and Sam Williams celebrate Bower Bird Antiques and Curiosities’ selection as Downtown Business of the Month for July. Photos courtesy of the city of San Marcos 

July Downtown Business of the Month

Main Street is proud to present the Downtown Business of the Month award for July to Bower Bird Antiques and Curiosities in honor of their longevity as a downtown business and their positive influe


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