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South Texas Blood & Tissue Center Corporate Communication Specialist Roger Ruiz says, “Our area continues to face a blood shortage as the demand for blood has increased faster than donations can be collected.

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Hill Country Charity Ball Association, Inc. is now accepting applications from local non-profit organizations that would like to be the recipient of the 35th annual Hill Country Charity Ball.

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Enchanted Rock State Natural Area will not have water available for drinking water, personal hygiene or cleaning equipment from June 4 through July 1 while repairs are being made on the water tower damaged by the severe winter freeze in February.

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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $3.4 billion in May, the highest-ever monthly total and 30.1 percent more than in May 2020.

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Anyone who has ever wanted to be the first on the scene to help out neighbors during their most immediate time of need following a disaster will get the opportunity to learn more during an upcoming Community Emergency Response Team Recruitment Day.

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The first of three Summer track meets is slated to be held at Antler Stadium on Thursday, June 3 as part of a modified summer track and field program this summer which is available for youngsters within The Texas Hill Country.

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The Republican Women of Kerr County hosted a Baby Shower for the Pregnancy Resource Center at their May General Meeting this past week. Attendees were asked to purchase a gift card to a local store which would then be donated to the PRC.

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On hand for the “Baby Shower” are, from left, Laurinda Boyd, Caring for America chairwoman; Vicki Kelly, Republican Women of Kerr County president; Sonya Hooten, Hazel Buford, Lainie Johnson, executive director, Pregnancy Resource Center; Amy Ely and Crystal Smith.

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Century 21 The Hills Realty announced Jency Carson has joined its firm. Carson’s entrepreneurial spirit with a true passion for serving others has steadily prepared her for a career in real estate sales in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.

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Art2Heart is offering a three-Saturday “Summer Camp 2021” for kids ages five and up, that climaxes in two performances of Disney musical numbers and a chance to record on a CD in a studio.

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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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To become licensed as a motorcycle instructor in Texas, a person must complete an instructor preparation course administered by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service. 

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The Carden International Circus  announces the “Return of Fun in 2021,” with the “Spectacular Circus” coming to Hill Country Youth Event Center, one day only, Monday, April 26, with two performances.

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Texas State Parks have begun a strategic and thoughtful process of expanding capacity statewide, tracking Gov. Greg Abbott’s latest reopening order, and allowing more Texans the opportunity to visit their favorite parks. Masks are strongly encouraged for park visitors, especially when indoor…

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Using funds obtained from a grant from the Elks National Foundation, the Kerrville Elks Lodge #2081 purchased food items from the local H-E-B store and delivered the items to the Hill Country Veterans Center Food Bank.  

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The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center will extend operating hours at its seven donor rooms beginning Friday as the weather improves in an attempt to make up more than 2,800 donations lost this week because of the severe winter weather.

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Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission has received federal approval to allow Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients to apply for replacement benefits for food lost or destroyed due to the severe winter weather by dialing 2-1-1.

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Members of the Joshua D. Brown Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the chapter’s founding. A large celebration was planned to commemorate the event, but due to COVID restrictions, those plans had to be canceled.

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Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Texas Office of the Attorney General recovered $1.2 billion in civil litigation between fiscal year 2015 and fiscal year 2020, an average of over $200 million for each year. This recovery total was gathered from collections in cases involv…