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National Junior Honor Society members at San Marcos Academy include (front row) sponsor Tamra Howe, Summer Schlanger, Zach Christensen, Grace Arzamendi, Catarina Vazquez, Alden Epps, Mitchell Howard, Gabby Barrientos, Grace Barrett, (second row) Ella Burton, Kellee Cummings, Temi Ogunyomade, Nathaniel Blackstone, (third row) Liam Adcock, Tim Murphy, Cole Krackau, Gabby Cianciotto, Joyce Njabi, Emma Feigl, Kayla King, Cherry Vasquez, Kayla Livingston, (fourth row) Braydon Hurst, Ili Sommerlatte, Austin Payne, Payton Helbig, Shreya Patel, Belle Cummings, Sunny Sun, Selah Portis, Mia Clay, (back row) Hudson Lee, Lyndon Fischer, Jacey Cano, Layton Schawe, Sarah Britton, Emmie Van de Walle and sponsor Hannah Flowers. Not pictured: Sofia Baer and Frankine Blair. Photo by Don Anders

Academy students inducted into NJHS

San Marcos Academy added 15 students to the National Junior Honor Society at an induction ceremony Feb. 27. Inducted from the freshman class Jacey Cano, while eighth grade inductees were

For over 5 years the partnership between the Gary Job Corps Center and San Marcos Embassy Suites has brought cheer to the San Marcos Nursing and Rehabilitation’s residents.  The partnership has celebrated Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas and Valentine’s Day with cards, cookies and Christmas caroling. In addition, the employees of Workforce Solutions of San Marcos provided handmade Valentine’s cards that were presented to the residents. Shown are Bridget Caughan, Brendan Picard, Elva Zdeb, Frankie Cavazos, Jennifer Dobbs, Michele Hernandez, Dale Anderson, Chris Benton and Fernando Saenz from Embassy Suites; Garielle Kirt, Adam Adame, Ramon Avery, Ricardo Flores, Irma Pardo, Susanne Ritter, Rachael Garnes and Randolph Goodman of Gary Job Corp; and Maylin Nguyen of San Marcos Nursing. Gary Job Corps photo

Spreading love for Valentine’s Day

For over 5 years the partnership between the Gary Job Corps Center and San Marcos Embassy Suites has brought cheer to the San Marcos Nursing and Rehabilitation’s residents.   The

The San Marcos Lions Club made a $4,000 donation to the Texas Lions Camp during the club’s March 2 Work Day in Kerrville. The gift was made on behalf of the camp’s Marketing and Public Relations Director Trish Wilson because of her excellent and enthusiastic service to the camp, the children it serves and the Lions of Texas. Pictured from left are Lions Camp Chief Executive Officer Stephan Mabry, San Marcos Lions Club First Vice President John Bilodeau, Past Council Chairperson, Past District Governor and and Chair of the Lions Camp Board of Directors John Eads, and Trish Wilson. Lions Club photo

Lions Club makes donation

Students at Miller Middle School transport their guests to the fictional city of Agrabah in their production of the musical “Aladdin Jr.” Following the number “Prince Ali,” street rat Aladdin (Christian Young), pretending to be a wealthy prince, presents himself as a suitor to an unimpressed Princess Jasmine (Rosario Castro-Rosas). Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Miller staging ‘Aladdin Jr.’

Students at Miller Middle School are staging their first-ever musical, which opens today and continues through Monday. The first performance of “Aladdin Jr.” is at 6:30 p.m.

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