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Buda’s Trail of Lights at Stagecoach Park getx underway Dec. 6 with Senior Night from 6 to 9 p.m. The trail will also be open Dec. 7-8. 14-16 and 21-23, featuring lighted and decorated displays provided by local businesses and organizations. Visitors can walk the trail, sip hot chocolate and meet with Santa. The display has grown to include, in addition to nearly 7,000 feet of lights, interactive light displays ranging from traditional Christmas Nativity scenes to “Star Wars,” “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Toy Story.” Submitted photo

Buda Trail of Lights to be open for three weekends

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Blue Santa (aka Laray Taylor) and a band of helpers took a moment out of their Sights & Sounds celebrations to pose with some of the toys people have donated to their effort. Blue Santa delivers toys annually to San Marcos families who need a helping hand. Blue Santa will be on hand each night of Sights & Sounds accepting donations. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Blue Santa and helpers at Sights & Sounds

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Six San Marcos High School students, out of 12 who recently competed, will advance to Area Choir competition. From left are Taye Orgunbase, Director Dawn Sheridan-Reinhuber, Cody Hollifield, Joaquin Garza (2nd chair), Henry North (7th chair - 2nd alternate) Rachel Heiser (3rd chair), Chloe Espinoza (1st chair), Elier Serrano, Larise Natal (6th chair, 1st alternate), Dennis Gutierrez (5th chair), Jeremiah Rodriguez, Alicia Cruz (4th chair), Cayden Rolfe (1st chair) and Director Brigitte Smith. The next round of competition will be held Jan. 2. Photo submitted by San Marcos CISD

SMHS choir students advance to Area competition


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