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Gary Job Corps Student Government Association students shadowed lawmakers earlier this month as part of the National Groundhog Job Shadowing initiative.  One of their last stops was the office of Kyle City Manager Scott Sellers.  Students observed a meeting discussing rainwater drainage issues with Perwez Moheet, CPA, director of Finance; Leon Barton, Harper Wilder, Public Works director; Kathy Roecker, storm water administration; Brian Liffibridge, assistant director of Public Works; Scott Egbert, Public Works Street Division manager, Paige Saenz, City Attorne; and Sellers.  Gary Student Government Association students in conversation with Sellers are Caleb Burrell, Jennifer Arenas and Gabriel Kirt. Staff members Patricia Beauregard and Rachel Garnes were also in attendance. Gary Job Corps Center photo

Gary students shadow Kyle City Manager

San Marcos-based Coast Flight Instructor Travis Cox, RPT, encourages Nathan Lopez during the STEAM Fair and Science Showcase held last weekend at San Marcos High School. The event was a project of the school district and the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce that drew more than 1,500 attendees. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Steam fair

The San Marcos Main Street program will be hosting the Cottage Kitchen Luncheon this Friday. Photo submitted by city of San Marcos

Cottage Kitchen Luncheon

The San Marcos Main Street Program will host lunch at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, located at 400 E. Hopkins Street, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15. 

In Texas State University’s production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” with the help of his indentured spirit Ariel (Rachel Webb), exiled duke Prospero (Elizabeth Rees) engineers a meeting between the son of the King of Naples, Ferdinand (Jessica Healey), and his own daughter Miranda (Amber Mawnde-Spytek).  Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

‘The Tempest’

Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents “The Tempest,” directed by Bruce Turk. The production opens today and runs until Feb. 17 in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre.

What’s a party without a piñata? Fantasy Castle Decorations, a local business located at 520 S. Guadalupe Street, has fanciful piñatas to suit every possible occasion. Most are designed for children though a few, like the Corona beer bottle, cater more to adult tastes. Daily Recod photo by Gerald Castillo

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