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Discover Green adding color to Inks Lake park BY DANIEL CLIFTON
Annual Llano Crawfish Open brings some Cajun flare to Deer Country on April 19-20
HOOVER’S VALLEY — In February, volunteers with Discover Green Marble Falls planted more than 100 trees at Inks Lake State Park to help replace many lost in the extensive drought. On April 20, the organization returns to the park to add a dash of color. “This month, we are planting pollinator gardens,” said Gabe Jones, founder of Discover Green Marble Falls. “That means we are planting native perennial plants that attract butterflies and other insects to pollinate plants. We will plant them in beds around the trees. This will look nice and protect the trees by making a garden area around them.” Volunteers and other organizations such as Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts are always welcome to help out. The program is 9 a.m.-noon at the park, 3630 Park Road 4. People who are assisting should check in at the park’s front gate for directions to the volunteer location. There is no entrance fee for those assisting in the endeavor. Jones, a home-schooled 11-yearold, founded Discover Green Marble Falls last year as a way to help the local environment and encourage See GROUP / Page 7
TO HELP WHAT and WHERE: Discover Green Marble Falls needs volunteers to help plant pollinator gardens at Inks Lake State Park, 3630 Park Road 4 in Burnet County. WHEN: 9 a.m.-noon April 20 CHECK-IN: Volunteers should meet at the park’s front gate for directions ADMISSION: Free entrance fee for volunteers FOR MORE: www.facebook.com/ discovergreenmarblefalls
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Bob Linder (left) and Scott Haugen, the host of the Sportsman’s Channel’s ‘The Hunt’, show off two ocellated turkeys they got while on a hunting trip to Campeche, Mexico. Linder earned his World Slam with his ocellated turkey, meaning he’s successfully hunted all four subspecies of the North American turkey — the Gould’s, the Osceola, the Rio Grande, the Merriam’s and the Eastern — as well as the distinct southern Mexico species. COURTESY PHOTO
CALL OF THE WILD After bagging several big-game animals, Marble Falls resident Bob Linder discovers the allure of hunting wild turkey
BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor
CAMPECHE, Mexico — The jungle wrapped itself around Marble Falls resident Bob Linder as he waited near an open field. In front of him, he could see about half a mile across the grain field. To his left and right, the trees and greenery converged only a few feet away. Linder held his shotgun at the ready as his guide, Marcos Joel, tried to bring in the one bird the hunter needed to earn his World Slam of turkey hunting. “I had every other species, including the Gould’s (turkey), I just needed the ocellated turkey, the most beautiful turkey in the world,” Linder said. A hunter earns the World Slam honor by getting one of each of the See HUNTER / Page 4
KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune has postseason play by play of Marble Falls baseball games FROM STAFF REPORTS
Marble Falls High School junior Domenic Patterson is at bat during the Mustangs’ 5-4 win in Game 2 against Cedar Park Vista Ridge on April 6. The Mustangs are in first place in the District 25-4A standings with a 12-3 record and have clinched a playoff spot. They can capture the district title outright by winning the series against Leander in the final week of the regular season this week. STAFF PHOTO BY JENNIFER FIERRO
MARBLE FALLS — With the Marble Falls High School baseball team heading for the playoffs, KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune will be following them live inning by inning. The Mustangs baseball team locked up a playoff spot last week by winning its series against Dripping Springs, but it is in position to win the District 25-4A crown, the squad’s first since 2004. The bi-district series of the
playoffs won’t start before May 4, two weeks after the regular season ends. You can find out the exact dates and times of the games and the KBEY broadcasts by tuning into 103.9 FM or checking regular updates at DailyTrib.com. Marble Falls faces Leander this week. The result of Game 1 April 16 wasn’t available before press time. Game 2 is 7 p.m. April 19 at Leander, 3301 S. Bagdad Road in Leander. Game 3 will be back at Scearce Field, 2101 Mustang Drive, April 20 at 2 p.m.
LLANO — For the past 10 years, David Griffith has boiled crawfish for what he calls one of the “premiere” events of the area. “I grew up in South Texas, and crawfish were as common as bacon and eggs for breakfast, so when I got to the Hill Country, you didn’t always find that Southeast Texas or Louisiana flare. “So right in the middle of Texas, to be able to get the seafood and the crawfish, there’s not anything better,” he said. For the 24th year, the Llano Crawfish Open on April 19-20 will bring the taste, sights and sounds of Cajun cooking and live music to Robinson Park on the Llano River. The origin of the event sprung from a group of Beaumont and Llano hunters who concocted the idea of bringing authentic Cajun cooking to the Hill Country in 1989 after challenging other local hunters to a crawfish cook-off. “They sparred off and started the event, had a golf tournament and realized they could raise money for a good cause,” said Kim Webb of the Llano Chamber of Commerce. Proceeds go to charitable organizations, including Llano Special Opportunity Center and New Horizons, which handles the Llano schools’ Christmas adopt-a-family program and jailhouse ministries. The Crawfish Open has grown to include live Zydeco music during the day and top country music acts in the evening. This year, Texas legend Johnny Bush will entertain April 19, See CRAWFISH / Page 6
IF YOU GO WHAT: 24th Llano Annual Crawfish Open WHEN: April 19-20 WHERE: Robinson Park, located on RR 152, one mile west of Llano ENTERTAINMENT: Live music starts 7 p.m. both nights with Johnny Bush headlining April 19 and Jason Boland & The Stragglers headlining April 20 ADMISSION: Free until 7 p.m. April 19 and $5 after; $10 until 7 p.m. April 20 and $15 after; 12 and under admitted free both days FOR MORE: http://llanocrawfishopen. com
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A bingo fundraiser is 6-8 p.m. April 18 at the Red Barn Community Center, located on RR 261 in Buchanan Dam. Seating is free. Eats and sweets will be available. Call (512) 755-5091.
The Highland Lakes Master Gardeners and Starbucks are holding a community workday 1-4 p.m. April 21 in the garden at the Helping Center, 1315 Broadway St. in Marble Falls. Bring tools (shovels), a hat and sunscreen. Fruit, snacks and water will be available. Call Pete Smith at (903) 569-7174 or Karen Wilkins at (512) 789-3955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highland Lakes Knights of Columbus Council 8935 of Burnet holds a fish fry 5-7 p.m. the first Friday of the month at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, 507 Texas 29 West in Burnet. The cost per plate is $8. The dinner includes two baked or fried filets, fries, hushpuppies, coleslaw, dessert and tea or coffee. Money raised benefits the Burnet and Llano High School Scholarship Fund.
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LEISURE LEARNING PROGRAM
The Marble Falls Public Library is presenting “Identity Theft Protection Seminar,” a Leisure Learning program, 11:30 a.m. April 19 at the library, 101 Main St. in Marble Falls. Registration is required. There is no fee. Call (830) 693-3023.
Muster 2013 is April 21 at the Burnet County Fairgrounds building, 1301 Houston Clinton Drive in Burnet. Cocktails will be served at 5:30 p.m., and dinner is 6 p.m. The guest speaker is Brig. Gen. (Ret.) George Brinegar. Dress is western or casual attire. The menu includes a western-stuffed pork loin buffet and peach buckle with fresh-whipped cream for dessert. The cost is $20 for adult members, $30 for non-members and $10 for children.
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER
A National Day of Prayer event is noon May 2 in front of the Kingsland Branch Library, 125 W. Polk St. in Kingsland. The 2013 theme is “Pray for America.” The non-political event will be led by various individuals, and local leaders will be recognized. Everyone is invited. Bring a lawn chair. In case of rain, the event will be held at First Baptist Church, 3435 RR 1431 West in Kingsland. Call Greg Lewis at (325) 388-4507.
Spicewood Volunteer Fire Department-EMS is holding a rabies clinic 9 a.m.-noon April 20 at the Spicewood Fire Department, 9805 Texas 71 in Spicewood. Vaccines are $8 each. Call (830) 693-5438.
WOW SPRING LUNCHEON
The Women of the Word committee of The Church at Horseshoe Bay invites area women to its annual spring luncheon at 11:30 a.m. April 25 in the fel-
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The Friends of the Kingsland Library is meeting 2 p.m. April 23 in the meeting room of the Kingsland Branch Library, 125 W. Polk St. in Kingsland. Florence Reeves will speak about living history. The public is invited.
The Highland Lakes Democratic Women club meets April 25 at Hidden Falls Restaurant, 220 Meadowlakes Drive in Meadowlakes. Registration and lunch are 11:30 a.m. The meeting is 11:45 a.m. Brittany Yelverton, the community outreach specialist at Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas in Austin, will speak at 12:10 p.m. Lunch is ham, macaroni salad and baked beans for $12, including tax, tip and dessert. There is a $5 fee for a beverage, bread and dessert only, including tax and tip. Reservations are required by April 22. Contact Mary Ann at email@example.com or (830) 693-6135.
LLANO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CLUB
The Llano County Democratic Club meets April 23 at the Llano County Library, 102 E. Haynie in Llano. A potluck supper is 6 p.m. with a short meeting between 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. The public is invited. Call (325) 247-5618.
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The Llano Uplift Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meets 10 a.m. April 27 at River City Grille, 700 First St. in Marble Falls. Guest speaker Midge Glor will present “Human Interest Stories from the Gettysburg Battles.” The cost of lunch is $15, and checks should be made payable to LUCDAR and mailed to treasurer Carolyn Lee at 312 Big Spur N, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657, no later than April 22. Guests are welcome, but reservations are required. Contact Georgi Brochstein at (830) 798-9685 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LITERACY HIGHLAND LAKES
The nonprofit Literacy Highland Lakes offers free classes and tutoring to adults. GED classes are 1-3 p.m. Mondays at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 601 N. Wood St. in Burnet; 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays at Highland Lakes United Methodist Church, 8303 RR 1431 West in Kingsland; and 6-8 p.m. Thursdays in Room 101 at Marble Falls High School, 2101 Mustang Drive in Marble Falls. English as a second language classes are 10-11:30 a.m. Thursdays at Herman Brown Free Library, 100 E. Washington St. in Burnet: 1-3 p.m. Mondays at Granite Shoals Fire Station, 8410 RR 1431 in Granite Shoals; 7-8:30 p.m. Mondays at Burnet Consolidated Independent School District Professional Development Center, 308 E. Brier in Burnet; and 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 205 Trinity Drive in Kingsland. Call (512) 7567337 or (512) 755-3398 for Spanish.
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presenting “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” at 7 p.m. April 26 and 27. A special children’s program is 10:30 a.m. April 27 and free with a canned food donation. Also, the school is enrolling participants 3 years to adult in its summer camps for art, dance, drama, music, cheer and tumbling, sewing, cooking and more. The fourth annual Performathon is 1-8 p.m. May 18 and 1-6 p.m. May 19 with musical performances, a silent auction and refreshments. The event raises money for scholarships. The school is located at 1503 Mormon Mill Road in Marble Falls. Call (830) 693-1791.
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HCCT’s ‘Charlie Cox’ starts April 25 C O T TO N W O O D S H O R E S — The Hill Country Community Theatre’s upcoming comedy “Charlie Cox Runs with Scissors” is running April 25-May 5 at the theater, 4003 FM 2147 West. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 2:15 p.m. Sundays. According to a theater news release, “Charlie Cox Runs with Scissors” is about a middle-aged guy named Charlie who’s never been in love and never taken a risk. Admission is $15 for adults and $7 for students 16 and younger. For reservations, call the box office at (830) 798-8944. For more information, visit www.thehcct.org.
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Crawfish Open features team roping FROM PAGE 1 while the popular group Jason Boland & The Stragglers performs April 20. Volunteers have added more Cajunstyle food to the menu as well as barbecue. Other activities include arts-andcrafts vendors, a Crawfish Crawler 5K Walk/Run and team roping. “We have people who come from all over Texas to rope in team roping,” Webb said. “We have the hotels full, booked a year or two in advance, the bed and breakfast, the restaurants. People are here spending money and helping the Llano economy.” Organizers have ordered 15,000 pounds of Louisiana crawfish, or
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Group also has hosted workdays at Westside Park, The Helping Center FROM PAGE 1 others to get outdoors. The group has hosted several workdays, including cleaning up Westside Park in Marble Falls, planting vegetable containers at The Helping Center of Marble Falls and putting in trees at Inks Lake State Park. The youth has enjoyed the process of organizing events, though he admitted it can be challenging. Still, Jones said he is undaunted. “I have learned that it can be a slow process getting events set up and volunteers to come, but the community has been really supportive,” he said. “More and more families have
been coming each time. People in the community have offered to help my group, and I have had the chance to meet many adults who do environmental projects through my events.” As for the Inks Lake State Park project, Jones said all people need to do is show up and be willing to get a little dirty. “They don’t need to bring anything,” Jones said. “We will supply the tools and gloves.” To learn more about Discover Green Marble Falls and its projects, check out the organization’s Facebook page at www.Facebook. com/DiscoverGreenMarbleFalls. email@example.com
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MARBLE FALLS — Lonnie Fay always considered hypnosis as somewhat of a gimmick. “I always imagined hypnosis was like in the stage shows,” she said. “When you acted like the person told you.” But now, she sees it as a tool to help people make their lives better. As the owner of Dreams Imagined, 906 Second St., Fay helps people create more positive lives. “What I found was when you do meditation or creative visualization, that’s really all hypnosis is. And all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, you’re never in somebody else’s control,” Fay said. “All hypnosis is is being in a relaxed and focused state so you can access your subconscious.” Fay offers ways for clients to “overcome blocks and past traumas or negative beliefs from living the life of their dreams and realizing their goals through hypnosis, life coaching and reiki.” One unique service Fay offers is the Hypno-Band Weight Loss System. The name refers to the gastric band people undergo to have their stomach size altered to help them lose weight. But Fay’s method, for which she is certified, uses the person’s mind to help him or her lose weight. The Hypno-Band Weight Loss System is actually more effective than the actual surgery, according to studies, Fay said. “It combines the hypnosis and cognitive behavior,” she said. “Your subconscious believes that you have been through the surgery.” The Hypno-Band system goes behind just the “surgery” to help address behaviors and beliefs that might contribute to overeating, she explained. The system is used by more than 800 practitioners in 39 countries. “The mind is very powerful,” Fay added. “You can accomplish amazing things if you use your mind properly.” That’s where Fay and Dreams Imagined come in. She helps clients set goals, establish beliefs that support those goals and work on the confidence to make it all happen. She can help people through life coaching, hypnosis and Reiki (energy healing). “It all ties in together,” Fay said. “I really help people get a clear vision of what they want in their lives.” For more information, go to www. dreams-imagined.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Fay at (830) 637-0838. email@example.com
S. Beach resident now licensed funeral director SUNRISE BEACH — Jim Simmons has completed the requirements to become a licensed funeral director in Texas. The Sunrise Beach resident graduated from Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in Houston. He works at Putnam Funeral Home and Crematory in Kingsland.
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Retiring Llano County constable to be honored with party April 23 H O R S E S H O E B AY — A retirement party for Llano County Constable Jerry Drummond is April 23 at the Llano County Annex. The event is 3-4:30 p.m. at the annex, 101 Ferguson Road, and is hosted by Llano County Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Richard Owen, Llano County Commissioner Peter Jones and Llano County Attorney Cheryll Mabray and their staffs. Drummond served as constable for 19 years and was the Llano County Officer of the Year in 2009. “He was one of the primary representatives for the eastern part of Llano County,” County Judge Wayne Brascom said. “He’s been very professional in his office. He really functions in a greater capacity than just a constable.” Brascom said Drummond was instrumental in enforcing public nuisance and traffic laws in the Horseshoe Bay area. Drummond and his wife, Marian, have lived in Precinct 1 for more than 20 years and were very active in Oak Ridge Estates activities.
Retirement party to send off Llano Library clerk LLANO — A retirement party for Llano Library circulation clerk Sandra Parker is 2-5 p.m. April 18 at the library, 102 E. Haynie St. She has been with the Llano County library system since November 2000, starting at the Kingsland Branch Library and then transferring to the Llano Library in January 2006. Refreshments will be served at the party. For more, call (325) 247-5248.
Grace Episcopal welcomes new interim rector The Rev. Jerry Sneary has joined Grace Episcopal Church, 1200 Oatman in Llano, as interim rector. Sneary and his wife, Martha, a physical therapist, are moving to the Canyon Lake area from Taylor. COURTESY PHOTO
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Services 401 - Adult Care 404 - A/C, Heating 407 - Appliance Repair 410 - Automotive 413 - Bookkeeping 416 - Building 419 - Child Care 421 - Cleaning,Maint. 424 - Concrete/Masonry 427 - Dirt, Sand, Gravel 430 - Dozer, Tractor Work 433 - Electrical 436 - Exterminators 439 - Flooring, Tile 441 - Furniture Repair 444 - Guides Fish/Hunt 447 - Home Remodeling 450 - Lawn & Garden
453 - Music 457 - Moving, Hauling 460 - Painting, Wallpaper 463 - Personal Services 466 - Plumbing 467 - Professional 469 - Rental Equipment 471 - Roofing 474 - Special Services 477 - Telephone 480 - Transportation
540 - Help Wanted 545 - Management 550 - Medical 555 - Office, Clerical 560 - Professional 565 - Retail Stores 570 - Sales 575 - Part Time 580 - Positions Wanted
Employment 510 - Adult Care 515 - Bookkeeping 520 - Child Care 525 - Clubs, Restaurants 530 - Domestic/Household 535 - Technical
Merchandise 605 - Antiques 610 - Appliances 615 - Arts & Crafts 620 - Auction Sales 625 - Building Materials 627 - Fuel/Firewood 630 - Furniture 635 - Guns/Ammunition
Rentals 900 - Apartments 905 - Boat Dock Rentals 910 - Business Rentals 915 - Condos, Townhomes 920 - Duplexes 925 - Want To Rent 930 - Farms, Ranches 935 - Houses 940 - Hunting Leases 945 - Lake Resort Rentals 950 - Mobile Homes 955 - Mobile Home Spaces 960 - Real Estate Services 965 - Rentals Wanted 970 - Rooms For Rent 975 - Storage Spaces
640 - Lawn & Garden 645 - Machinery 650 - Miscellaneous 655 - Musical Instruments 660 - Office Equipment 665 - Trade 670 - Travel 675 - Wanted to Buy Garage Sales 705-770 - Garage Sales Farm/Ranch 810 - Equipment 820 - Feed & Supplies 830 - Fish 840 - Livestock 850 - Livestock Wanted 860 - Pets
Real Estate 1010 - Acreage 1015 - Commercial 1020 - Condos/Townhomes 1025 - Duplexes, Apartments 1030 - Homes For Sale 1035 - Investment Property 1040 - Lake, River Property 1045 - Lots For Sale 1050 - Mobile Homes 1055 - Mobile Home Lots 1060 - Mobile Home Services 1065 - Real Estate Trades 1070 - Real Estate Wanted
210 Lost and Found
430 Dozer, Tractor Work
LOST: Red & White Chihuahua mix. Blind Female missing 4/1/13 from S. Vandenveer Street, 512-588-9826.
A H'S O NConstruction
230 Personals MAN, 67, seeks honest, smart adult. Spicewood/Marble Falls woman, similar age, for possible relationship. 693-3311. Heavier? OK. No long distance. 240 Notices
N EED CA$H ? I bu y & h au l o ff ju n k cars & tru cks.
512-234-2488 WE Buy Wrecked, Burned, Junk Vehicles. Used parts & installation available. 24-hour towing. 830-6933226, 512-755-1153 1990 Mercury Station Wagon, good tires and battery. New fuel pump and plugs $2,000, 325-247-2282. Tires Triple Stripe set of 5 14” H7814 Argyles, mounted $150.00 & 2 Goodyear winter F3215 $75.00, 1 Michelin 25-75R15 $50.00. Wheels 3 15” & 2 16”. 325-247-2282.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE of property to satisfy landlords lien. Sale is Saturday April 20,2013 at 9:00AM. Location of sale is Buchanan Boat and Mini Storage at 16005 Hwy 29 E. Buchanan Dam, TX. Property sold to highest bidder for cash. Cleanup and removal deposit may be required. Seller reserves the right to withdraw property from sale. Property includes contents of units which belonged to: The Estate of Roger D. Reynolds; boxed items, household goods, some furniture and tools. Richard E. Gass; Wood Queen bedroom set and boxed items. Dale D. Hibbs Jr.; Autographed sports Memorabilia including signed Earl Campbell print from Tex. U. #12 of 200, boxed items and household goods. Contact Sue or Wayne at (512) 793-2678 Services
401 Adult Care
1985 DODGE van: 8 passenger, new tires, well maintained. Runs good. $2,000. 830-693-6853
Tra ctor W ork & Ha uling
Give us a call, we‛ll do it all, large or small.
S hredding • La nd Clea ring Roa ds • Pa ds B ox B la de • Dis c Plow S eed/Fertilizer S prea der • W elding
Commercial, new construction, remodeling,decks, pressure washing, painting, fences, cabinets, playscapes, roofing, plumbing, electrical, service calls 40 yrs in Highland Lakes
Creditca rds a ccepted S erving the Highla nd La kes
Ja m es M ilum
CONCRETE Work: House foundations, sidewalks, patios, driveways, retaining walls. Free estimates. Call Alex, 830-613-9384 427 Dirt, Sand, Gravel
421 Cleaning,Maint. SPRING Cleaning specials. General and full-service. Windows, baseboards, ceiling fans, cabinets, power washing and more. Free estimates. 830-220-2159.
CAREER Housekeeper has openings! 20 yrs. experience = knowledge & efficiency = high return on investment, local references, Michelle Hobbs, 325-956-9709.
Licen sed •In su red •H o n est M ilitary Frien d ly
AJ’s ELECTRIC SERVICE 830-798-4559
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A PersonalTouch Com m ercial C le an in g Residential M ake Ready Setschedule
H andym an Services
145 Boats & Motors
404 A/C, Heating
Kings la nd D red ging C h uck Hens ley 3 2 5-3 8 8 -6 3 9 7
BOATS fixed right! Warmer weather is on the way. So get the boat ready to play! Buchanan Boat Works! 512793-2987
C larkson & C omp any
15ft. Sea king boat, 65 horse power, Johnson engine. Tilt trailer, 2” ball hitch. $1,200 or best offer. Fiberglass hull. 325-388-8168. 1972 GLASTRON I/O with trailer. Fairly new upholstery. Well maintained. Runs great. $3000. 830-693-6853
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439 Flooring, Tile
441 Furniture Repair
H ea tin g & Air Co n d itio n in g
2007 Bentley Pontoon, 18 ft, 50HP, four stroke, low range FF, less that 100 hours; $8,000 negotiable. 512793-2462 after 5PM
FUSION Electric - Handyman services, residential, commercial, new construction, remodels & service calls. Boat dock wiring. No job too small or big! Licensed & Insured. Bryan Long 830-385-1456 TECL#20115 T I L E Wo r k - F l o o r s , c u s t o m showers, back splash, wood floor, install, repair, sanded & refinish, laminated floors floating or glue down. 20 years in Highland Lakes, reasonable prices & quality work. Tom 512-550-7426 David 830613-0845.
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427 Dirt, Sand, Gravel
L O R E N Z O ’ S C o n c r e t e Wo r k since 1978: Slabs, retaining walls, driveways, sidewalks, patios, porches, carports, house foundations. Free estimates. 830-5984743, 512-715-2279
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447 Home Remodeling COUNTRY craftsman: retired master electrician. We do it all; ground up & remodel. Residential & commercial. Will 832-286-8247
PROFESSIONAL & On Time Handyman Services, we can do Anything! Call 24/7 James Robinson 830-220-0907
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450 Lawn & Garden
450 Lawn & Garden
510 Adult Care
540 Help Wanted
540 Help Wanted
A va la w n
Arbor H ouse Assisted Living and M em ory Care
P ro fessio n a l L a w n ca re a n d L a n dsca p e M a in ten a n ce
is looking for people w ith great hearts w ho love m aking a difference for seniors.Com e be a part of the team at M arble Falls new est assisted living and m em ory care com m unity.
• R esiden tia l • C o m m ercia l Sm a ll L a n dsca p e P ro jects Affo rda ble Q u a lity W o rk C AL L TER R Y
CARE PROVIDERS, (CNA not required)
COOK S,K ITCH EN & H OUSEK EEPIN G STAFF.
JOB FAIR April26 10am April26 1pm April27 1pm 1801 K ing Rd M arble Falls TX Em ail
to reserve a place at one ofthe available tim es.
460 Painting, Wallpaper INTERIOR/exterior painting, drywall repair all textures. Free estimates, 25 years experience. Discounts for seniors & military. No job too big or small. References available. Contact Randy Williams 512-577-5156 SCOTT’S Painting & Repair Experienced painter & carpenter. Jobs small or large. Free Estimates. References Available. Call day or night. 512-756-6439 463 Personal Services
MOORE Plumbing Service, M. 36981- All types of plumbing: New, Remodel, Repair. Residential & Commercial. 28+ years experience. 325-388-5565, 830-798-5820 467 Professional
W A L TE R ’S L A W N & TR E E S E R V IC E 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE S erving M a rble F a lls & L a go V is ta A rea s
KING SLA ND M A SSA G E-DEPO T Buy 1 Session at regular price Get 2nd Session 1 /2 off
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1020 A ltm an S t - Located next to the historic A ntlers Inn & G rand C entralC afé w w w .kingslandm assagedepot.com
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830-613-8359 LAWNSCAPES by Sean - Lawn maintenance, tree trimming, new landscaping, hauling & handyman services. 16 years experience. No job too small! 830-265-2569
474 Special Services
PIANO tuning: Expert tuning since 1971. $60 in-home service for Burnet & Llano counties. George Winfield 325-388-6252
M UST BE ABLE TO W O RK W EEKEN DS.
Salary com m ensurate w ith experience.
Benefits including health insurance, available for fulltim e em ployees. Please do not callconcerning these positions. Please apply in person at
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540 Help Wanted
540 Help Wanted
COOK • BARTENDER FRONT DESK 112 Northridge - Marble Falls
W e preferapplicants w ith long-term care experience,butw ill train the rightperson.G reat w orking environm ent.C om petitive salary and greatbenefits.
Please com e by 605 G atew ay C entralin G atew ay Park (South ofthe Bridge) i n M arble Falls. EO E
PART TIME Church nursery care givers needed. Must be loving, dependable & enthusiastic. Pickup application at Packsaddle Fellowship Church; 508 Hwy. 2900 in Kingsland. 325-388-8202 540 Help Wanted DRIVER needed must have current CDL & Health Card, 3 yrs. minimum experience. Contact Wayne or Mike at C & L Transport, Inc. 512-7561400.
NEWSPAPER Inserters Wanted. Now hiring part time help for newspaper inserter. Monday mornings, Tuesday afternoons. Manual dexterity a plus. Apply in person at 1007 Ave K, Marble Falls. ALL Corners Cleaning now hiring part time cleaning team member. $10/hr. Background check required. 512-6268256
K E N N E L Te c h P T M a r b l e Falls. Ability to clean kennels. Computer and customer service skills are required. Willing to work weekends and holidays. Must love animals, have transportation, be reliable, responsible and organized. Call for interview 830-613-6681.
ASSISTED living facility needs weekend attendant (Saturday & Sunday) 7am-3pm. Must be 21, have good driving record, & experience. Call 830-693-6446 for directions to apply in person at 800 Claremont. EXPERIENCED housekeeping & laundry person. Part time summer job at the Antlers Hotel in Kingsland. Apply in person at the Antlers. 1001 King Court, Kingsland. Across from Wells Fargo Bank.
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3727 W RR 1431 • Kingsland A pply in person or e-m ailresum e to janet.leubner@ pcitexas.net-EO E
NOW HIRING! STARTING PAY!
Excellentopportunity forthe follow ing position
FULL-TIM E C OOK
N O W H IR IN G FLEX PART TIM E H O USEKEEPERS W EEKEN D LAUN DRY • DIETARY AIDE
NOW H IRING
520 Child Care
BARTEN DER • SERVER • HO STESS DISH W ASHER • PREP CO O K • HO USEM AN BAN Q UET SET UP • HO USEKEEPER • FRO N T DESK
Apply in Person
457 Moving, Hauling JUNKBUSTERS: We haul off all types of metals & vehicles. We clean out sheds, barns, garages, houses & yard sales. Thomas 512-755-2273
N ow hiring for the follow ing SEASO N AL positions:
WANTED Class B or A
MINIMUM 1 YR EXPERIENCE
7-11 in Horseshoe Bay Now hiring Sales Associates for 1st and 2nd shifts. 6-month minimum experience required.
Apply within 8000 W. FM 2147
positive attitude, strong work ethic,customer service mindset & great communication skills.
EXCELLENT BENEFITS FULL TIME, 40 HRS PLUS, MON-FRI. Apply in person only:
2301 NINTH ST., MARBLE FALLS Position Available Monday, May 6th
JUVENILE probation officer- Llano, Bachelor’s degree required. Full time, some evenings/weekends. Salary commensurate with experience. Applications (required) & description http://www.burnetcountytexas. org/users/0008/JPO%20JOB%20 POSTING%20Llano%2002.20.13.pdf LOOKING for experienced lathe machinist. Must know how to read prints. Programming from machine a plus. Insurance, paid vacations. 830-6934743 Ask for Volker MARBLE Falls ISD is looking for custodian workers. To apply go to the website www.mfisd.txed.net link employment.
HIRING journey man or tradesman plumber for part-time/full time position. Must have driver’s license. For more information call 830-637-9314 HELP needed for all faces: property improvement, requirement need it to fill out an application. Valid DL, reliable transportation and willing to work 40+ hours a week. Call 512-636-0614 to fill out an application. LABORERS needed Full Time for lawn care, able to work long hours. 512-536-0012 SEASONAL workers needed to stock plants in garden center. Flexible work schedule. Contact msadler@qturns. com or go to qturns.com. Over 18/ background check. CUSTODIAL worker needed. Be a part of a Christian team responsible for maintaining the Church building. Hours are 1PM to 9PM. Proficient in English and previous cleaning experience required. Excellent pay and benefits. Apply in person: 1101 bluebonnet Dr., Marble Falls, TX. 830-693-4341
WANTED: Experienced glass installer. Commercial & Residential. Must have own tools. 512-260-9300 PERSONAL Care Attendant for youth with disability. Provide assistance with daily living & supervision for safety. Experience with special needs preferred. Must be 18 with HS diploma or equivalent. 830-693-1916 PHARMACY Clerk Full-Time. For interview call Stein Pharmacy, Burnet. 512-756-2966 SECURITY Officers (5), part-time, 830-798-5503 afternoons any day of the week. GILLIAM Auto Sale Now Hiring experienced auto mechanic. Certified preferred. Apply in person @ 1116 Hwy 281 N, Marble Falls. 550 Medical
We have IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for state certified CNAs on various shifts. We offer a highly competitive pay rate & benefits available for full time employees. For information call our Administrator or DON
(325) 247-4115 or apply in person.
HILL COUNTRY HEALTHCARE CENTER
507 East Green Street, Llano EOE / MFHV
NEEDED DAYTIME LVN/ WEEKEND RECEPTIONIST 3727 W RR 1431 • Kingsland Apply in person or e-mail resume to email@example.com - EOE
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CURRENTLY SEEKING CAREGIVERS FOR CONSECUTIVE OVERNIGHT SHIFTS.
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745 Marble Falls Area
745 Marble Falls Area
GARAGE Sale weekends. Burnet Flea Market, 2791 HWY 29W. Furniture, glassware, clothing, antiques, jewelry, books, custom leather. Tuesday-Saturday. 512-7568514
LARGE Sale: New items & furniture. April 19 & 20, 7:30am - 1:00 pm. 2411 Commerce.
S AT U R D A Y A p r i l 2 0 t h , 7:30am-1:00pm, 1202 Doe Run. Outdoor furniture, household items, clothes and misc.
We serve the entire Highland Lakes area from Lakeway to Llano and from Marble Falls to Tow and all towns in between. To be considered for an interview please call the job line at:
GARAGE Sale: Lots of stuff. 18, 19 & 20. 8-5. Council Creek, Gate 4 at 401 Judy Lane.
211 Island Lodges Dr., Buchanan Dam, TX. 9:00am-3:00pm, table, 8 chairs, China cabinet, Chest of drawers, Craftsman lawn mower.
830-637-7203 and leave your contact information.
PERSONAL Economics Group now recruiting: Dynamic, Driven, Entrepreneurial, Financial Professionals in the Highland Lakes area. Group 1 & Series 7 preferred. 214-455-8419 NEIGHBORHOOD Loan Center is seeking a full time professional office person. Salary negotiable, apply in person at 116 Hwy. 281, Marble Falls, TX. NLC is an EOE. 580 Positions Wanted NEED your house Clean??? Please call me at 325-248-7463, excellent references, reliable, 3yrs. experience, Marble Falls and surrounding areas. Laundry, dishes, floors and much more. Pay negotiable. Serious inquiries only. Merchandise 605 Antiques
720 Granite Shoals Area Lakehouse moving sale. Kayak, boat pull toys, decor, games, and much more. 2506 Belaire Lane East, April 19 & 20, 8:00am-2:00pm. 735 Kingsland Area 9:00am-6:00pm, April 20 furniture, dishes, cookware, clothes, bikes, cook books, baskets, chritmas items, fabrics and luggage. 4551 River Oaks Dr. 745 Marble Falls Area BEFORE you search for that next garage sale...put the Picayune Area Wide Phone Book in your car! Detailed maps of the entire Highland Lakes
15675 E. Hwy. 29 Buchanan Dam
April 20th & 21st Sat 9-5 • Sun 9-4 Buy - Sell - Trade
For more information call 210-827-6302
650 Miscellaneous PALLETS for Free! Come to the Picayune Newspapers office, 1007 Avenue K, Marble Falls 620 Auction Sales
LAAMI Auctions Next Auction Sat - April 27th @ 1:00
Now Accepting Estates & Consignments For Info Call
512-756-4720 or go to
www.laami.com 2001 W Hwy 29 Burnet, TX 78611
512-756-4720 or go to
www.laami.com 2001 W Hwy 29 Burnet, TX 78611
1 mile W of Hwy 281 1/2
NEED A JOB?
11/2 mile W of Hwy 281
627 Fuel/Firewood SEASONED Oak or Mesquite firewood for sale. Split, fireplace or stove sizes. Call Jim at 1-512-5858798 (cell)
NAME Brand women’s, men’s & kid’s clothing, housewares & vintage. Super prices! Benefits nonprofit Harmony School of Creative Arts, 1104 Hwy. 1431 West. MondayFriday, 10am-5pm & Saturday, 10am-4pm. 830-693-6958. CEMENT mixer $125.00, Almond side-by-side refrigerator $125.00, Dark brown sofa dual recliners $250.00, Soft-side waterbed $150.00 512-800-8011 & cell 830-613-4986 TWIN brass bed stead like new, all accessories and materials if wanted. $395.00 each, Meadowlakes 830798-1806. 675 Wanted to Buy I want to buy a House in Marble Falls, owner finance 512-667-8766 Farm/Ranch
2 WHITE iron twin beds with mattresses and linens. $100. 830-613-6075
REGISTERED Blue Lacy puppies for sale. 830-998-1166.
BLACK leather couch & love seat. Used but in good condition. $200. Call Ashley 512-755-5074 635 Guns/Ammunition
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CHECK OUT OUR EMPLOYMENT LISTINGS
Sale conducted by: Antiques To New Estate Sales D.J. Hunter 512-762-6860
Hill Country Hall
WE BUY ANTIQUES
For Info Call
Directions: Hwy 71 to 2831 - go to 1st stop sign which is Bluebonnet - 1st house on the corner.
Gun & K nif e S h ow
512-756-7783 206 S. Main St. Burnet
Now Accepting Estates & Consignments
Thursday, April 18th 9am - 4pm Friday, April 19th 9am - 4pm (25% off) Saturday, April 20th 8:30am - 2:00pm (50% off)
We pay fair prices for your quality items
Next Auction Sat - April 27th @ 1:00
Antique Furniture - (Dining & living room, old chairs, desks), Royal Doulton china, silver tea set, dolls, collectibles, costume jewelry, patio furniture, W/D, tools, clocks, golf clubs & lots more.
Let us help you with your moving & estate sales.
101 W. Bluebonnet Rd.
ARROWHEAD COLLECTION MUST SEE!
Blue L a ke Esta te S a le
AT THE CORNER OF HWY. 281 & HWY. 29 Ron & Sharon Cravens
YARD Sale 4/20 BUNKBEDS, Kids stuff, Sport memorabilia, Computer/printer equip., clothes, household items & more 8-3pm.1002 Ridgepoint Dr.
SPICEWOOD Community Center, 7901 CR 404, Friday & Saturday, April 19 & 20, 8:00am - 5:00pm. Giant Garage Sale, donations from Community include: furniture, household items, small appliances, linens, toys, children & adult clothing, BBQ Grill, tools... something for everyone! Call 830-693-6574 or 830-693-3381 for information. All funds will go for renovating kitchen of “Old Spicewood Schoolhouse”.
Great Antiques & Collectables
CROSSROADS ANTIQUE MALL
GARAGE Sale: Saturday April 20. 101 Cove West Horseshoe Bay. 9am-noon. Furniture & household items.
755 Spicewood Area
BURNET ANTIQUE MALL ON THE SQUARE
One item or a house-full! Call us before you sell valuable antiques in a garage sale! We buy and sell more than anyone in Burnet County. We have lots of refinished oak furniture: hall trees, round & square table, lawyer’s bookcases, McCoy, Roseville, etc.
4/20 8AM: MEN’S, women’s, kid’s clothing, tools, odds & ends. 1007 Ridge Point Dr., Marble Falls. No early birds.
Find Them in the Classifieds
UNDER New Management - 2bdrm/ 1ba, washer/dryer connections, CH/ CA. No pets allowed! Six month lease/references. Stoney Ridge/ Sunset Apartments 830-693-7646 KINGSLAND**Special** washer & dryer included. 2bed/1bath. $600. Includes water, trash & sewage. www.sungold.us Sungold Properties 325-388-3888 KINGSLAND: Apartments, Duplexes, 4plexes. 2/1 & 2/2 from $545 to $650. Includes water, trash,& sewage. www.sungold.us Sungold Properties. 325-388-3888
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1050 Mobile Homes
TWO BEDROOM UNITS AVAILABLE!
2 ROOM office suite w/bath. $550/ month. $300 deposit. Water & trash paid. 550 sq.ft. 107 Ave. N. Suite B. Call Wayne, 512-755-3900
LEASE with option to buy, adorable 2bdrm/1ba in Bertram. $650/mo. $650 deposit. 512-755-1254
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25+ ACRE RANCHETTE W/POOL. Breezeway joins two complete homes into one fantastic layout! Views from upstairs veranda or either of the upstairs balconies. Screened porch overlooks gorgeous swimming pool w/ stone surround. Ag exempt w/590’ of wet-weather creek frontage & a stock pond. Detached 24x28 metal carport. MLS#122773
111588 ONE OF A KIND PROPERTY!! Own your own peninsula !! +/- 2.5 Acres, over +/- 700 feet of waterfront on the Sandy part of Lake LBJ & Walnut Creek, Very peaceful, recent roof and HVAC system installed. Private boat dock w/2 boat slips, a jet ski ramp. MLS#122756
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111588 COZY RIVERFRONT COTTAGE! 1/1 w/loft on 150’ of Llano Riverfront w/ beautiful views & easy river access, perfect for wading, fishing & sunning. Gorgeous home loaded w/granite tops, stainless appliances, fireplace & covered decks. Lg workshop & carport too! MLS#122730
COMFORTABLE & SPACIOUS IN CENTRAL LOCATION! Recent updates on large corner lot in great central Marble Falls neighborhood. Large, private yard and large sunroom. MLS#122438
PERFECT WEEKEND GETAWAY! Across street from Lake LBJ. Charming home on lush tree covered lot & is well cared for. Many amenities! Beautiful property! MLS#118746
SCRUPULOUSLY CLEAN 3/2/2 home just looking for a new family. Located in a quiet neighborhood close to schools, churches & shopping. Attractive custom ceiling treatments, extras & upgrades, stone corner FP, finished interior garage, lg wood deck overlooks greenbelt, landscaping, & concrete drive/walks. MLS#122752
BEAUTIFUL HOME IN GATED GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY. Well appointed home in Meadowlakes. Vaulted ceilings & open concept living inside. Lush landscaping outside. Too many updates to list! MLS#122311
111588 BEAUTIFUL 92+ ACRE RANCH HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! Fishing, fenced 4 horse stable on 2 acres. Spring fed pond & water frontage from Lake Buchanan, wildlife galore, 4 deer blinds, perimeter/cross fenced, party/picnic/concert area w/fold up stage. Includes spacious 1/1 hunting Cabin on spring fed pond. Black Rock State Park w/boat ramps & beach areas, down the road. Peaceful & very private. MLS#118419
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Llano County Beef & Range Day is June 4 LLANO — The Llano County Beef & Range Field Day is set for June 4. The free event begins with a 7:30 a.m. registration at the Llano County Community Center, located at 2249 RR 152 west of Llano. The program
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TELL ’EM YOU SAW IT IN THE PICAYUNE is 8:15 a.m. Coffee and doughnuts will be provided. Later, a free barbecue lunch will be served. Topics include: prescribed burns; biomass; Bermuda field management; update on beef cattle industry; brush busters and Hill Country weeds and their control; and history of water rights.
T h e Te x a s D e p a r t m e n t o f Agriculture will offer five continuing education units for people who have a private, commercial or non-commercial pesticide applicators license. For reservations, call the Llano County Extension Office at (325) 247-5159 by 4 p.m. May 30.
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This recipe originally ran in a May 2012 edition of The Picayune. Use any one type or a mixture of different types of mushrooms you like. I prefer using portabellas with chicken or pasta dishes and thinly sliced button and shiitake mushrooms for red meat. n ¼ lb. mushrooms, washed, dried with paper towels and sliced n 3 strips of bacon n 2 tablespoons butter n 1½ teaspoons cornstarch n ¾ cup heavy whipping cream n salt and course-ground or freshly ground black pepper n a few drops of fresh lemon juice n nutmeg Cook bacon and set aside. Reserve 2 teaspoons of bacon grease. Saute the mushrooms in butter and bacon grease for about seven minutes. Stir in cornstarch. Cook and stir for one minute. Add heavy whipping cream and stir constantly until mixture reaches a boil. Boil and stir for one minute, then remove from heat. Season to taste with salt, pepper, lemon juice and nutmeg. Chop up crisp bacon and sprinkle over your sauce after you plate your dish. Serves three to four.
Can you guess where this landmark is? It’s located here in the Highland Lakes. Send your idea to email@example.com or call (830) 693-7152. Guesses will not be accepted until delivery of papers begins Tuesday night. Congratulations to Philip Carson of Marble Falls who correctly identified last week’s photo of Main Street Coffee in Marble Falls. Watch this space next week for an announcement about the latest winner. STAFF PHOTO
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The Rev. Max Copeland (left) and Marshall Jett look on as Lee Buchanan talks about his grandfather, the former Burnet County Constable William ‘Oscar’ McCarty, during a ceremony April 13 honoring the fallen lawman. McCarty was killed April 11, 1942, after responding to a disturbance at a theater in Marble Falls. Jett, a member of Boy Scout Troop 284, erected a monument as part of his Eagle Scout project honoring McCarty. Jett unveiled the memorial at the Burnet County Courthouse Annex, 810 Steve Hawkins Parkway in Marble Falls. FOR FULL STORY, VISIT DAILYTRIB.COM. STAFF PHOTO BY DANIEL CLIFTON
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MARBLE FALLS — At least 10 children are receiving some sort of scholarship from last year’s first ever St. Peter’s Run for the Son 5K Race and Walk. This year’s April 20 event could give even more children the chance to go to preschool. “We want to make preschool available to all kids, not just (those) who can afford it,” said school direc-
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HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY THEATRE
“Charlie Cox Runs with Scissors” is April 25-May 5. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 2:15 p.m. Sundays. Admission is $15 for adults and $7 for students 16 and younger. Group rates available. For reservations and information, call box office at (830) 798-8944 or visit www. hcct.org. Located at 4003 FM 2147 in Cottonwood Shores.
SPICEWOOD ARTS SOCIETY
Society supports arts in the Hill Country and provides scholarships to graduating high school seniors. Visit www.spicewoodarts.org.
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