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An art exhibition featuring “Birds of the Texas Hill Country” by two well-known Texas artists, Bridget Langdale and Julian Teal, opens on July 1 at the Riverside Nature Center.

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The new incoming officers and board members for the Kerrville Host Lions Club were recently installed during an awards ceremony and dinner at the YO Ranch Resort Hotel. Outgoing president Benjamin Gardner presided over the ceremony and announced special awards to deserving members. Lion Don …

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An art exhibition featuring “Birds of the Texas Hill Country” by two well-known Texas artists, Bridget Langdale and Julian Teal, opens on July 1 at the Riverside Nature Center.

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The Salvation Army needs your help, Kerr County. As schools plan for reopening and families plan to send their children back in the Fall, the Salvation Army is asking for help from the community to make the return to school a great success for those families in need. For some, this time is m…

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Want something for your kids to do while you work out? Operation P.L.A.Y. is back, promoting lifetime activity for youth. Your kids, 7-12 years old, will join our certified fitness staff for fun yet energetic workouts to help them stay healthy. Workouts include active games, wild challenges …

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Want to learn how to play an instrument? Registration is currently underway for the Salvation Army’s Summer Kroc School of Music. This eight-week program, starting June 15, will offer group lessons available in guitar and drums.

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Each year The University of Texas at Austin Alumni Association, known as Texas Exes, awards academic scholarships to area seniors attending high school in Kerr County and entering UT Austin in the fall.

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The City of Kerrville would like to congratulate all of the Our Lady of the Hills (OLH) graduates for 2020. As you go through Downtown Kerrville and Louise Hays Park, you will notice banners on the lampposts to help congratulate area seniors graduating this year. If you are an OLH graduate, …

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Area citizens who are fans of the “Kerrville Farmers’ Market Downtown” and visited it at the A.C. Schreiner house on Water Street on Friday afternoons will be glad to know it’s still available but in a different “format.”

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The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library began modified in-person operations on Monday, May 4, 2020, following the guidelines issued in Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-18 and The Governor’s Report to Open Texas.

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This past week, The Rotary Club of Kerrville - Morning (Morning Rotary) presented a $1,200 check to the Doyle Community Center to assist with meals during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Six nonprofit organizations within the Bandera Electric Cooperative service territory were recently awarded BEC Foundation grants for the first quarter. The BEC Foundation board awarded the grants based on its charitable giving guidelines and predetermined criteria.

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This week, the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library invites all community members to find the library at their place by visiting the library’s homepage, www.bhmlibrary.org, to access virtual services, resources, and more. While the library’s physical spaces may be temporarily restricted due to C…

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Schreiner University Dean and Honor Scholars - Matthew Walton, Katie Buerk and Sofia Lopez – accompanied by Jay McCormack, Visiting Assistant Professor of Business at Schreiner University, recently attended the 2020 Southwest Chapter Fulbright Annual Banquet in San Antonio. Walton presented …

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Texas is a large, diverse state and plants that work for one region may not always be the best choice in a different region. The Native Plant Society of Texas created the N.I.C.E. Native Plant Partners program to help nurseries offer natives that are right for the local environment. Two loca…

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Area citizens who are fans of the “Kerrville Farmers’ Market Downtown” and visited it at the A.C. Schreiner house on Water Street on Friday afternoons will be glad to know it’s still available, but in a different “format.”