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San Marcos Public Library’s newest edition to the team, Jennifer Jones-Kelley. Photo provided by the San Marcos Public Library

Creating lifelong learners

The newest team member of the San Marcos Public Library has a ton of experience working with children; In fact, Jennifer Jones-Kelley, the children’s librarian, has a “huge” family and even became

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The newest team member to the San Marcos Public Library Jennifer Jones Kelley, the children's librarian, getting ready to perform in a puppet show. Photo provided by San Marcos Public Library.

Creating lifelong learners

The newest team member of the San Marcos Public Library has a ton of experience working with children; In fact, Jennifer Jones-Kelley, the children’s librarian, has a “huge” family and even became

'Portals of Perception': Thesis students showcase talent through unique, colorful art installations

Student artist Bekah Porter blends in with her artwork.
Daily Record photo by Shannon West

'Portals of Perception': Thesis students showcase talent through unique, colorful art installations

Student artist Chris Adams poses with his work.
Daily Record photos by Shannon West

'Portals of Perception': Thesis students showcase talent through unique, colorful art installations

A recent exhibit created by Texas State University Fine Srt thesis students took the community to another dimension on Dec. 2.

Council recommends funding allocations for local nonprofits

San Marcos City Council discussed and voted in favor of the allocation of $550,000 of the Human Services Grant Fund from the city’s general fund and $100,000 from American Rescue Plant Act funds to different nonprofit organizations in town at the regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. Various organizations had applied for specific amounts of funding and the Human Services Advisory board evaluated the groups across different criteria, including the city’s need for the services it provides, and gave recommendations on how much to allocate to each of the groups.

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