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Karen-Anne King is vice-president for summer camp at the Texas Lion’s Camp. She says she runs a traditional summer camp for children.

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My mother was a 5’2, blue-eyed lady that taught me many things. She taught me everything from “say please and thank you” to “don’t forget to wear your lipstick,” “you better shape up or ship out” and there was always, “get happy just like you got sad.”

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After months of waiting, it may be time to bring Mom back to the Cailloux Theater to hear live music while enjoying the safety of "Social Distance Seating."  Two great concerts are on tap for Mother's Day weekend.

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The Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country will award $325,000 in college scholarships this year. “Emerging from the pandemic and its related economic impacts, this year’s needs are greater,” said Austin Dickson, the Community Foundation’s executive director. “In response, the Founda…

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Hill Country Youth Orchestras will host “High Tea in the Hill Country” on Saturday, June 12,  at Riverhill Country Club,  with all proceeds benefiting the Hill Country Youth Orchestras Scholarship Fund.

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On Sunday, May 2, beginning at 4 p.m., the Kerr Arts & Cultural Center and Arcadia Live! will present “Cowtown in Downtown,” a party celebrating the unique history of Kerr County.

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Retired Major General Rob Walter is the Director of Strategic Initiatives for Military Affairs at Schreiner University. He says that involves working with the Institute’s Director Shannon DeVille to keep Schreiner’s military programs on track for success.

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Maj. Gen. Rob Walter, Ret., shows off his Schreiner University polo shirt and U.S. Army cap, which describes his role as is the Director of Strategic Initiatives for Military Affairs at Schreiner University.

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The Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country will award $325,000 in college scholarships this year. “Emerging from the pandemic and its related economic impacts, this year’s needs are greater,” said Austin Dickson, the Community Foundation’s Executive Director. “In response, the Founda…

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Hill Country Youth Orchestras will host “High Tea in the Hill Country” on Saturday, June 12,  at Riverhill Country Club,  with all proceeds benefiting the Hill Country Youth Orchestras Scholarship Fund.

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The Hill Country Arts Foundation and its Point Theatre in Ingram announces that “Playground at the Point” will continue in the summer of 2021. All children under age 18 are welcome to be registered as students.

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Peterson Health conducted a poll of its physicians, and named Dr. Tim Berg the “Doctor of the Year” on March 30.

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In celebration of 20 years of impact, H-E-B Excellence in Education will be giving away $100,000 to randomly selected public school teachers, principals, school districts and early childhood education centers across Texas.

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Division Chief Jerremy Hughes is the Kerrville Fire Department’s “Training Chief and Emergency Management Coordinator.” He says that gives him two tasks, training KFD personnel and making sure the City of Kerrville is ready for emergencies.

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In recognition of outstanding sales production and commitment to quality service, Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently honored the following sales associates with the 2020 Century 21 President's Producer Award.

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The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library announced the Friends of the Library bookstore reopened on Wednesday, March 3 from 1-3 p.m. Masks are required. The bookstore is a great place to find a good book with prices ranging from 50 cents to $2.50. Visit the bookstore and help support your library.

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Gil Salinas, executive director of the Kerr Economic Development Corporation, will leverage his management and marketing skills as a new member of Texas’ “Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Authority.” Established by the 72nd Texas Legislature in 1991 as the “Texas Automobile Theft Prevention Au…

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Sparky the Fire Dog, the official mascot of the National Fire Protection Association, celebrates his 70th birthday this month, reflecting on a legacy and impact that spans the generations: Kids know and love him, parents grew up with him, and grandparents remember his messages of fire safety.

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The Native Plant Society of Texas – Kerrville Chapter, Texas Master Naturalist – Hill Country Chapter, and Riverside Nature Center announce the publication on the RNC website of the official “plant availability list” for the upcoming “Spring Native Plant Sale” Saturday through Monday, April 3-5.

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Playhouse 2000, managers of Kerrville's Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts, is looking for information, and they're offering a special prize to help get it.

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Beginning Monday, March 29 through Saturday, April 3 community residents are invited to participate from the safety of their cars in a unique Holy Week experience at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.    The event, a drive-by Stations of the Cross, will feature Christ’s “Seven Last Words.”

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The Rotary Club of Kerrville’s popular Super Ball event will not be possible this year, due to COVID-19, however the fundraising committee has been working diligently to adapt and provide an exciting alternative.