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“WHEREAS, The Blue Lacy is a Texas native ... this proud heritage assuredly gives the Lacy a unique and powerful claim of its own to represent the Lone Star State ... ” from a resolution to name the Lacy dog the state dog breed

Texas Best Country

Mayfest offers attractions for all including carnival, concerts ... even fried food BY JENNIFER FIERRO Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Bill Rives has several challenges every second weekend in May. All because of Mayfest. First, he has to choose which fried food he plans to eat. And second, he has to decide how much time he spends at each activity because he enjoys all of them so much. But those challenges are a joy for the director, who is a self-proclaimed music lover and considers it a privilege to be involved in a weekend that brings so much to the area’s citizens. This year’s Mayfest is May 9-12 at Johnson Park, 230 Ave. J South. The carnival, open all four days, is popular for the younger citizens, and a magic show by Ronald McDonald

IF YOU GO WHAT: Mayfest WHEN: May 9-12 — activities begin 5 p.m. May 9-10; 9 a.m. May 11; and 1 p.m. May 12 WHERE: Johnson Park, 230 Ave. J South in Marble Falls ATTRACTIONS: Carnival, May 9-12; Main Street Market Day, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 11; Ronald McDonald Magic Show, 11 a.m. May 11; Washer-pitching tournament, noon May 11 FREE CONCERTS: Rey Avila y Sus Legitimos del Norte, 8 p.m. May 10; Jeremy Steding, 7:30 p.m. May 11; Rich O’Toole, 9:30 p.m. May 11

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STAFF PHOTOS BY DANIEL CLIFTON

Texas-bred

Marble Falls High School senior Cole Ridgely (left) helps classmate Stacy Heinatz stretch before the duo go on the infield to get warmed up prior to Game 2 of a bi-district series against Austin LBJ. After winning that series, the Mustangs prepare for San Antonio Alamo Heights in the area round starting May 10. STAFF PHOTO BY JENNIFER FIERRO

KBEY 103.9 FM and Mustangs keep on swinging through the postseason MARBLE FALLS — After bringing out the broom last week to sweep the Austin LBJ Jaguars, the Marble Falls Mustangs baseball team now faces San Antonio Alamo Heights in a three-game series May 10-11. And you can count on KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune to carry every pitch, out and swing of the bat live, starting with the first game May 10 at 7 p.m. The Mustangs host the Mules at Scearce Fields off Manzano Mile in Marble Falls. The coverage heads to Alamo Heights on May 11 for a 2 p.m. first

LEFT: Burnet resident Fred Oglesby holds on to two of his blue Lacy dogs for a photo. Though they look like they’re ready to charge, the only thing the two dogs wanted was a close-up look at the camera.

at 11 a.m. May 11 also should bring them to the event.

SPORTS

FROM STAFF REPORTS

ABOVE: One of Courtney Farris’ Lacy dogs enjoys some wildflowers and Texas sun in Buchanan Dam. Farris is an officer with the National Lacy Dog Association.

Burnet County, state celebrates the Lacy dog’s Texas lineage and versatility

Picayune Editor

BUCHANAN DAM — The three dogs cut through the blackeyed Susans and smattering of other yellow flowers. Two of the dogs race after a flying disc, while the other seems content on doing a little digging. “They’re just a very, very intelligent dog,” said Courtney Farris,

the dogs’ owner and breed advocate. “They are full of energy. But you have to realize these are working dogs that were bred in the early 1800s to chase and herd hogs.” These canines are members of the Lacy dog breed, one with distinct Texas and Burnet County roots. In fact, if somebody asked you to name the state dog breed of Texas, and you didn’t say, “The See BREED / Page 12

101 FUN THINGS TO DO IN THE HIGHLAND LAKES

Lakes in Colorado River chain lure anglers of all ages with bounty of fish

INSIDE See more on Mustangs, Bulldogs and Lady Mustangs, pages 17-18

pitch. And Game 3, if necessary, will follow 30 minutes after the second game. If you can’t make the games, just tune in to KBEY 103.9 FM and join Ben Shields and Jennifer Fierro as they call each contest. For a preview of the series, go to pages 17-18. You also can read up on the Marble Falls Lady Mustangs softball and the Burnet Bulldog baseball playoff series.

BY DANIEL CLIFTON

BY SUZANNE FREEMAN Picayune Staff

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MARBLE FALLS — February through June is the best time of year to participate in what is probably the most popular sport in the Highland Lakes: fishing. Fishing is so popular in this area high school students even have a fishing club. The Marble Falls fishing club has 42 members from four area high schools who compete on a monthly basis during the school year.

This past March, they hosted a state championship tournament. Two young anglers, who are planning their careers around the outdoors and fishing, say the lakes in the Colorado River chain are the best because of the variety of fish and the different habitats. “It’s great to live here because we have access to every single lake,” said Austin Ellis, a junior at Faith Academy of Marble Falls. Ellis has already earned a fishing scholarship See STRIPED / Page 3


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CHATTER BOX TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT’S GOING ON IN YOUR COMMUNITY Upcoming events for organizations, groups, churches, etc. Deadline is noon Friday before Wednesday publication.

UPCOMING EVENTS

BURNET CITYWIDE GARAGE SALE

Burnet’s spring citywide garage sale is 8 a.m.-4 p.m. May 18 at locations across the city. The deadline to participate as a vendor is May 10. The fee is $5 for private yard or garage sales and $10 for a booth on the Courthouse Square and includes the permit, advertising and a listing on the master garage sale map. Maps will be available the week before the sale at various locations in Burnet and at the Courthouse Square the day of the event. Register at All Mixed Up, 123 E. Jackson, or the Burnet Chamber of Commerce, 229 S. Pierce in Burnet. Call Cindy Lamb at (830) 798-5738.

BURNET FARMERS’ MARKET

The Burnet Farmers’ Market is open 9 a.m.- 1p.m. Saturdays, May 11-Nov. 2, on the Courthouse Square on Main Street in Burnet. The market is sponsored by the Highland Lakes Master Gardeners. Local vendors offer seasonal vegetables (organic and conventional), fruits, free-range eggs, homemade jams and jellies, baked goods, grassfed Texas beef, Texas wine, Texas olive oil, candles, soaps, plants, herbs and more. Call Bob Carruthers at (512) 7936958.

FISH FRY, BURNET

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.

FISH FRY AND AUCTION, SPICEWOOD

The Spicewood Volunteer Fire Department-EMS will hold its annual fish fry and auction 6 p.m. May 11 at the fire hall, located at Texas 71 East and CR 413 in Spicewood. Dinners include fish, cole slaw, french fries, hush puppies and all the trimmings. The cost is by donation. Proceeds will go toward maintaining the building and equipment. Donations are needed for the auction. Call Donna at (830) 6934726 or Patsy at (512) 755-0001.

GARAGE SALE

The Missions Committee at First United Methodist Church of Marble Falls will hold its annual garage sale 8 a.m.-3 p.m. May 11 in the Community Life Center at the church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive. Donations may be made 8 a.m.-3 p.m. May 9-10. The event benefits Methodist missions. Call Jeanette Picard at (830) 693-9815.

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HARMONY SCHOOL PROGRAMS

The Harmony School of Creative Arts is enrolling participants 3 years to adult in its summer camps for art, dance, drama, music, cheer and tumbling, sewing, cooking and more. Also, the school’s 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.

MEMORIAL DAY BALLOON RELEASE

A Memorial Day balloon release by American Legion Auxiliary Unit 437 in honor of veterans is 11 a.m. May 27 at the arena of Cross and Spurs Cowboy Church, 101 Lillian Dean at RR 1431 in Buchanan Dam. The public is invited. The cost to place a service person’s name and branch in a balloon is a $1 donation. The names of those who were prisoners of war or missing in action will be placed in a black balloon; killed in action in a gold balloon; and all others serving currently or in the past in a red, white or blue balloon. Names and the $1 donation can be mailed to: American Legion Auxiliary, Chaplain Mamie Holbrook, P.O. Box 15, Kingsland, TX 78639. Call (325) 388-9212.

SPRING GAME DAY

The United Methodist Women’s Spring Game Day is 10 a.m.-3 p.m. May 9 at First United Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. The event costs $12 and includes lunch, a silent auction and more. Bring a game or join a pick-up game. To reserve a table or for more information, call Nancy Spickelmier at (830) 6932998. The event benefits local nonprofits and UMW missions.

STROKE SCREENING

A LifeLine stroke screening is May 31 at Grace United Methodist Church, 4007 Valley View Lane in Granite Shoals. Pre-registration is required. Call (800) 324-1851. For more, visit www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners.

MEETINGS

HIGHLAND LAKES REPUBLICAN WOMEN

The Highland Lakes Republican Women club meets May 14 at the Llano County Library, 102 W. Haynie St. in Llano. A social mixer is 5 p.m., a program is 5:45 p.m. and a short business meeting follows. Guest speaker Cheryll Mabray, the Llano County attorney, will speak about her work regarding the welfare of children in Llano County. The public is invited. This is the last meeting before the summer recess. Call Jolene Hawkins at (325) 388-6359 or Debbie Alexander at (325) 379-1612.

HIGHLAND LAKES WRITER’S CLUB

The Highland Lakes Writer’s Club meets May 9 at the Marble Falls Public Library, 101 Main St. in Marble Falls. Social time is 6:30-7 p.m., and the business meeting is 7 p.m. Visitors are welcome.

KINGSLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

The Kingsland Genealogical Society of the Highland Lakes meets 2 p.m. May 14 at the Kingsland Branch Library, 125 W. Polk St. in Kingsland. Certified genealogist Debbie Mieszala will present “Digging Through Documents Word by Word.” Visitors are welcome. The society meets the second Tuesday of the month. Members maintain genealogy materials and offer assistance to visitors to the library on Wednesdays. Call Raye Lokey at (830) 613-1477 or Shirley Shaw at (830) 3857070.

MARBLE FALLS QUILT CLUB

The Marble Falls Quilt Club meets 9:30 a.m. May 15 in the fellowship hall at First United Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. Herb Morehead will present a program about hand dyeing fabrics. Visitors are welcome. Call (830) 693-3820 or visit http:// marblefallsquiltclub.blogspot.com.

WESLEY RESPITE CARE

Wesley Respite Care for people with early onset Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays at First United Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. For an interview, call Suzy Lantz at (830) 7981151.

CLASSES

CASA VOLUNTEER TRAINING

CASA for the Highland Lakes Area is holding volunteer training classes beginning June 3 at its office, 1719 Ridgeview in Kingsland. The training is a total of 30 hours with three hours of courtroom observation. The local Court Appointed Special Advocates group works on behalf of children in foster care in Blanco, Burnet, Lampasas, Llano and San Saba counties. Email galyn@highlandlakescasa.com or visit www.highlandlakescasa.com.

MICROSOFT WORD

Microsoft Word classes are 6-8 p.m. May 14 and 16 at the Spicewood Community Library, 1011 Spur 191 in Spicewood. The course teaches the basics of Microsoft Word. The fee is $15 for materials and a practice disk. To sign up, go by the library or call (830) 693-7892.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLS

FIRST UNITED METHODIST OF MARBLE FALLS

“SonWest Roundup” is 9 a.m.-noon June 17-21 at First United Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. Call (830) 693-4341 or visit www.fumcmarblefalls.com.

ST. ANDREW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

“Tell it to the Mountain” for ages 4 through sixth grade is 9 a.m.-noon June 10-14 at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, 201 RR 1431 East in Marble Falls. The program features music, skits, Bible stories, arts and crafts, games and snacks. To pre-register, call the church office at (830) 693-2567. Registration the first day of the program is 8:30-9 a.m. All church buildings are wheelchair accessible. Visit www.standrewmarblefalls.org.

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Striped bass fingerlings released each year in lakes

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FROM PAGE 1 to Bethel University near Nashville, Tenn. “My favorite lake is LBJ,” said Lyle Schmidt, a sophomore at Marble Falls High School. “It has the most different places to fish and more area to fish.” Schmidt plans to attend a college with a strong fishing and business program. He wants to own his own outdoor business someday. Both plan to fish competitively long-term. The two spend many afternoons after school in a boat testing their lures for the next competition. Tournament fishing requires lures, so they seldom use live bait. Fishing guide John Gilbert, who mostly fishes lakes LBJ and Travis, uses both live bait and lures. With more than 30 years’ experience fishing those two lakes, he knows where to find the hot spots. “The most important thing I’ve learned about fishing is to go as often as you can to find the fish,” he says. “If you keep going year after year, you’ll find the fish in the same spot every year at that particular time.” Which is why hiring a guide can pay off if you’re looking for some quick and easy fishing satisfaction. The fish population in the five lakes in the Highland Lakes chain — Buchanan, Inks, LBJ, Marble Falls and Travis — stays high thanks to management by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and stocking programs by several organizations, including the National Fish Hatcheries. About 200,000500,000 fish, mainly striped bass fingerlings, are released in the lakes each year. “Striped bass are not natural to the lakes,” said Marcos De Jesus, a TPWD fisheries biologist. “Striped is normally a saltwater fish that moves up the freshwater to spawn.” If the bass are not stocked every year, they are quickly fished out since they cannot reproduce in landlocked lakes. So why do these government entities stock striped bass in the lakes? “We put them there for the sporting industry,” De Jesus said. “They provide some really good fishing.” Before picking up your rodand-reel and heading to one of the lakes, be sure to have a valid fishing license. Anglers 17 and older who are born after Jan. 1, 1931, must hold a license to fish public waters. Exemptions include fishing in state parks. For complete rules and regulations, visit the TPWD website at www.tpwd.state.tx.us. Fishing isn’t the only fun thing to do in the Highland Lakes. Pick up your copy of the 2013 Spring/ Summer edition of 101 Fun Things to do in the Highland Lakes. You can find copies at many local businesses, chambers of commerce and at The Picayune office on 1007 Ave. K in Marble Falls. Sign up for daily email updates on fun things to do as well as the latest news at DailyTrib.com. suzanne@thepicayune.com

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Austin Ellis (left) and Lyle Schmidt, members of the high school fishing club in Marble Falls, practice casting lures one afternoon after school on Lake LBJ. Both are competitors and plan to live their lives as fishermen, whether professionally or as a hobby. STAFF PHOTO BY SUZANNE FREEMAN

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HIGHLAND LAKES SERVICE LEAGUE

The Highland Lakes Service League gratefully acknowledges the contributors to the 2013 “ForLadies Only” Charity GolfTournam entatthe Hidden Falls GolfClub in M eadowlakes.Localcharity organizations and adultwom en continuing theireducation willbenefitfrom 100% ofthe proceeds.

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genital sort) 49 as well as50vaginal yeast infections 54 (such as those caused by Candida). Olive leaves also 57 and 58 59 can56help lower blood pressure blood glucose. 62 63 The “whole leaf” is preferred 66 to the extract oleuropein because it also contains bioflavonoids that 69 work synergistically with oleuropein to enhance its natural activity. Individuals on anti-diabetes or anti-hypertensive medications

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Atkins received a pharmacy degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1984. Since 1994 he has owned and operated Atkins Pharmacy Services, 701 Third St. in Marble Falls. A second pharmacy is at 2607 U.S. 281 North. He can be reached at (830) 693-2972 or visit the website at www.atkinspharmacy. com.

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5-C gets cookin’ at Howdy-Roo Three of the five Campbell brothers — Steve Campbell (left), Johnny Campbell and Tim Campbell — work their magic during the Howdy-Roo chili cook-off May 4 at Johnson Park in Marble Falls. The brothers call their team 5-C for all five brothers. The other two Campbell brothers, Don and Joe, couldn’t make this year’s Howdy-Roo. Along with the chili, the 5-C squad competed in barbecue, beans and chicken. The event drew hundreds of cooks and tasters from across Texas and the Highland Lakes. Howdy-Roo raised thousands of dollars for local charities and scholarships. STAFF PHOTO BY DANIEL CLIFTON

Market Day on May 11 remains a big attraction during Mayfest FROM PAGE 1 Main Street Market Day remains a big attraction on Main Street, Rives added. Night Train, a quartet, will be playing throughout the day as part of Market Day. And Rives is pleased the three concerts are free to attend. The first one at 8 p.m. May 10 features Rey Avila y Sus Legitimos del Norte, a band that specializes in the Norteno Conjunto sound, according to events coordinator Julia Adams. The band is based in San Antonio. “We’ve had a lot of different genres,” Rives said. “I thought it would be kind of fun to appeal to different cultures. We want to have music that reflects the makeup of our community.” The May 11 concerts are Jeremy Steding at 7:30 p.m. and Rich O’Toole at 9:30 p.m. Based out of Austin, Steding’s music is known as “High Octane

Honky Tonk,” according to published reports. He’s had eight singles reach the Texas charts. O’Toole’s sound simply can’t be defined, according to published reports. He is a little bit country, a little rock and a tiny bit rap. Rives said chamber staff members spent quite a bit of time in choosing the concert artists. “We looked at what was available, what our budget was, what was pleasing to concert-goers, and what would bring people out,” he said. “All (the artists) are on the verge of breaking out. It’s great music, and we got them to where people could see them for free.” About the only thing left for Rives to do is decide on which fried food to eat. “Fried Oreos or fried Twinkies?” he asked. “What else have I had that’s been sinfully delightful?” For more information, go to www. marblefallsmayfest.com. jfierro@thepicayune.com

EDUCATION NEWS Three Highland Lakes students inducted into Tarleton State honor society STEPHENVILLE — Three Highland Lakes students have been inducted into the Tarleton State University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the oldest freshman academic national honor society, along with 121 others in a ceremony April 15. The students are Joseph Knox and Crockett Savage, both of Marble Falls, and Brooks Lewis of Bluffton. Phi Eta Sigma rewards academic excellence achieved by students during their freshman year in institutions of higher learning. To be eligible, students must have earned a minimum 3.5 gradepoint average (on a 4.0 scale) in a program leading to a bachelor’s degree during their freshman semesters.

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Post office crews, residents May 11 helping ‘Stamp Out Hunger’

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BURNET — For Lottie McCorkle, the director of LACare in Burnet, the U.S. Postal Service pickup on May 11 is a big day. And it’s not because she’s expecting the latest Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes entry. It’s what the postal carriers bring back from their appointed rounds that brightens McCorkle’s day, even entire summer. “I can’t really explain how important this is for us,” she said. McCorkle is referring to the postal service’s annual “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive during which patrons leave perishable goods next to their mailboxes that carriers pick up and return to the post office. At that point, the food is donated to local food pantrys. In Burnet, that pantry is LACare. “These donations replenish our shelves,” McCorkle said. “This will provide a lot of food for the summer, especially for the kids who won’t be getting two meals at school.” Burnet and Marble Falls postmaster Alan Smith said the annual event brings in tons of food for local pantries, including LACare in Burnet, The Helping Center in Marble Falls and Joseph’s Food Pantry in Granite Shoals. “We like to keep the food in the community it was donated from,” Smith said. And it does bring in a tremendous amount of food. When Smith first began the drive in Burnet several years ago, postal carriers collected a “gurney” full. That equated to between 600 pounds and 700 pounds. Last year, Smith said, Burnet postal patrons donated tenfold their first-year amount. “When the carriers brought it in, we filled between 30 and 35 gurneys,” Smith said. “That comes out to between 6,000 and 7,000 pounds of food. I remember when Lottie saw all those gurneys, she just started crying.” Martin McLean, a board member of The Helping Center in Marble Falls, said the annual drive gives a tremendous boost to the food pantry. “We get anywhere from 7,000 to 9,000 pounds in groceries that we desperately need,” he said. “It helps us immensely. It gets food on our shelves that we don’t have to buy.” The National Association of Letter Carries, which typically is made up of in-town carriers, helped create the annual food drive 21 years ago. While the city routes have been a major part of the event, Smith said his rural carriers have also taken up the mantle and encourage their patrons to participate. While a few cans of food or boxes of macaroni might not sound like much of an addition to carriers’ loads, Smith pointed out many on his crew have almost 700 people on their individual routes. Imagine the extra work picking up donations from each of those patrons. “But the carriers don’t mind,” Smith said of the extra work. “They love that they are helping out the community.” The donation process is simple. Smith will send out a note to all the postal patrons the week before the collection and then typically follow up with a bag in which people can place non-perishable items. Once a patron loads up the bag, he or she puts it next to the mailbox. If a patron doesn’t get

FARM STAND To ‘escape’ the ‘big boom’ as the old U.S. 281 bridge in Marble Falls was imploded March 17, Mike and Tricia Henry of Smithwick took a boat heading south to the West Indies.The couple also celebrated their 55th anniversary, and The Picayune was their passport to an adventure that will always be remembered. A week of sunshine, wonderful dinning and Puerto Rican rum made the voyage unforgettable. They said they’ll be back for their 60th. Send your travel photos with The Picayune to editor@thepicayune.com or The Picayune, 1007 Ave. K, Marble Falls,TX 78654. Photos are published in the order they are received. COURTESY PHOTO

a bag, he or she still can put donated items by his or her mailbox for the carrier. “You just have to put it by your mailbox,” Smith said. “If it’s too much for the carrier to pick up, I’ll go out there with my pickup and get it.” Or, people can donate items at the local post offices. Smith said he plans on putting a collection container in the Marble Falls and Burnet post office lobbies. There is no doubt there is a need in the local communities. McCorkle said LACare assists an average of 350 families a month, or 1,100 individuals,

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Inks Lake offers hikes, programs during May FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — Inks Lake State Park has several hikes and programs scheduled for the month of May. The park is located at 3630 Park Road 4 West. Daily entrance fees are $6 for adults, $3 for Texas residents 65 and older and free for children 12 and younger. Hikes include: n Geology Rocks, 10 a.m.-noon Saturdays — Learn about geology and rock formations. Meet at the park headquarters with your vehicle before driving to the program site. Cost is $3 for ages 6 and up plus park entrance fee. n Stumpy Hollow Hike, 2:303:30 p.m. May 18 — Learn about animal habitats and vegetation with a Highland Lakes Master Naturalist. Meet at the Pecan Flats trailhead. Free with park entrance fee. n Hike the Hill Country, 1-4 p.m. May 11 and 25 — A challenging fourplus-mile hike on rock outcrops with views of the lake and Hoover Valley. Bring water and a snack. Meet at the Pecan Flats trailhead. Free with park entrance fee. Programs on the lake include: n Moonlight Paddle, 8-10 p.m. May 25 — Canoe on the lake during a full moon. Participants must be 18 and older. Wear water shoes and bring water and a flashlight. Life jackets are provided. Preregistration is required because of the limited number of canoes. Meet behind the park store. Cost is $15 per person or $12 for those with their own canoes (must have a working 360-degree light.) n Canoe clinics and tours — Devil’s Waterhole, 1-3 p.m. May 11 and 24; Stumpy Hollow, 1-3 p.m. May 18. Wear swim clothes and shoes. Preregistration is required for both. Meet behind the park store. n Electric boat rides — one hour jaunts, 1-2 p.m. Fridays; two-hour sunset cruises, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays (except for May 25) and Memorial Day weekend, May 23-27. Preregistration is required. Eight passengers per trip. Meet behind the park store. Jaunts cost $12 for adults and $10 for seniors, children and Texas State Parks Pass holders; sunset cruises are $20 for adults and $16 for seniors, children and Texas State Parks Pass holders. Other programs include: n Live snake show, 3-4 p.m. May 25 — All ages are welcome. Meet at the amphitheater. Free with park entrance fee. n Fishing with a Ranger, 6-7 p.m. Fridays — Learn the basics of fishing. Meet behind the park store. Free with park entrance fee. For more information, call the park headquarters at (512) 793-4689.

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Highland Lakes voters head to polls May 11 FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — Burnet Consolidated Independent School District and the city of Burnet residents have several contested races to chose among, but they are only part of the elections that are going on May 11. Voters across the Highland Lakes have choices to make when they head for the polls. While much of the focus is on candidates, some voters also must decide about school bonds and propositions. In Burnet County, residents vote in their voters’ precincts, not to be confused with the Commissioner Court precincts. The same holds true in Llano County. Burnet County polling locations are: n Precincts 1, 2, 8, 9 (in BCISD), 17 and 20 (in BCISD): Burnet County Courthouse, 220 S. Pierce St. in Burnet; n Precinct 5: Silver Creek Fire Hall and Community Center, 101 CR 128 in Silver Creek; n Precinct 7: Cassie Subdivision Community Center, 3920 FM 690 in Cassie; n Precincts 6 (in BCISD), 10, 12 and 13: Joann Cole Mitte Memorial Library, 170 N. Gabriel St. in Bertram; n Precincts 11 and 14: Lake Victor Community Center, 200 Lake Avenue in Lake Victor; n Precincts 15, 16 and Williamson County Precincts 207 and 310: Briggs Schoolhouse, 215 Loop 308 in Briggs; n Llano County Precincts 203, 204 and 205: Lakeshore Library, 7346 RR 261 in Buchanan Dam; n Precincts 3 and 18: Granite Shoals Fire Station, 8410 RR 1431 West in Granite Shoals; n Precincts 19 and 20: Burnet County Courthouse South Annex, 810 Steve Hawkins Parkway in Marble Falls. Llano County polling locations are: n Precincts 101 and 410: Llano County Library, 102 E. Haynie St. in Llano; n Precincts 204 and 205: Lakeshore Library, 7346 RR 261 in Buchanan Dam; n Precincts 203 and 307: Kingsland Public Library, 125 W. Polk in Kingsland; n Precinct 108: City Hall Civic Center, 124 Sunrise Beach Drive in Sunrise Beach;

MILITARY NEWS n Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Christopher S. Eppler has been awarded the Battle Efficiency “E” achievement along with other Sailors attached to the guided-missile destroyer USS Farragut. He is the son of Sharon K. Eppler and William H. Eppler of Marble Falls. The award recognizes the crew for displaying excellence in maritime warfare, engineering, survivability, command, control, communication and information warfare. Eppler is a 2008 graduate of Marble Falls High School and joined the Navy in March 2009. n Anjel Guerrero has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. During the nine weeks of training, he received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, core values and traditions. Guerrero is the son of Virginia Guerrero of Granite Shoals and is a 2012 graduate of Marble Falls High School.

n Precincts 102 and 109: Horseshoe Bay Council Chambers, #1 Community Drive in Horseshoe Bay. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For a list of races and propositions, go to DailyTrib.com. The races are as follows: Burnet Consolidated School District n Trustee Place 1: Linda Holland and Charles Williams n Trustee Place 5: Tyler C. Graves and C. Andy Feild

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Llano airport hosting first Lone Star Maule Roundup BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

LLANO — Russell Armstrong laughed at how he realized the first Lone Star Maule Roundup landed on one of the most maternal weekends of the year. “I was talking with the lady at the chamber there in Llano, when I told her one of the things we planned to have was a flour drop,” said Armstrong, one of the pilots behind the three-day event May 10-12 at the Llano Municipal Airport. “She said, ‘Oh, you’re having a flower drop in honor of Mother’s Day?’ I kind of paused for a moment and said, ‘Tell me that isn’t Mother’s Day weekend.’” It turned out it is, and the flour drop Armstrong was referring to wasn’t the floral type. “Three guys planning it, that’s how it ended up on Mother’s Day,” Armstrong said with a laugh. The date doesn’t seem to have dissuaded Maule aircraft owners or those of similar airplanes from circling the weekend on their calendar and heading for the Llano Municipal Airport. Armstrong, owner of Maule M7, said already 30-35 Maule owners have confirmed attending the event. “That’s just the Maule owners that we know are coming,” he said. “It doesn’t include non-Maule owners who are going to show up. It’s quite possible we’ll have 50 airplanes there.” One person attending the roundup also is the owner of Maule Air Inc.: Brent Maule. In its 51-year history, the airplane company has attracted a passionate

following. While it might not be as well known outside the aircraft community as, say, the Cessna, Armstrong said the Maule is one of the most incredible airplanes around. “I love it because of its power and its ability to get in and out of small fields,” he said. “Some experienced pilots can land and stop the plane in less then 200 feet. And then they can take back off within 200 feet as well.” That ability makes the Maule a part of the short-take-off-and-landing class, or STOL. And while there are other STOL airplanes, the Maule sets itself apart thanks to its ability to carry more people and cargo. “The Maule is a four-place (person) STOL aircraft where most STOLs are made as two-seaters,” Brent Maule said. “So you can carry four people, fuel and luggage or take out the rear seat and really haul some cargo. Our airplanes are used all over the world.” Brent Maule represents that third generation of his family to work in the business. His grandfather B.D. Maule and grandmother June Maule founded the company. “My grandfather was the designer, and my grandmother handled the paperwork,” he said. “My dad and mom are in the business. My aunts and uncles are with the business. We have seven family members in the business, so I kind of grew up in it.” He is coming from the company headquarters in Georgia to attend the Lone Star Maule Roundup. Armstrong said he and two fellow Maule pilots on a weekend trip came up with the idea for the Llano event but hadn’t intended it to land

This Maule Air, Inc. airplane will be one of many flying in to the Llano Municipal Airport on May 10-12. Owners of the sorttake-off-and-landing plane chose Llano as the place to hold their first annual ‘Lone Star Maule Roundup.’ Along with Maule and STOL aficionados, the Maule company owner Brent Maule of Georgia will be attending. Officials expect between 30-35 Maule airplanes plus possibly an additional 15-20 other STOL-style aircraft. COURTESY PHOTO

on Mother’s Day Weekend. “If you look on the Maule forums, you’ll find fly-ins and roundups in Alaska, the mountain states, all over the place. But we had never heard of one in Texas,” Armstrong said. “We were just sitting around the lunch table talking about getting together a Texas event.” The three wanted something centrally located — for which Llano fit the bill — and still while the weather was pleasant enough for camping. The men settled on the second weekend in May. It just happened none of them checked their calendars. But the date hasn’t been a problem. Armstrong said Maule owners from across Texas, several other states and at least one from Mexico are flying in for the Llano event. Plus, they’ve opened it up to other

STOL, non-Maule aircraft, so organizers expect a large turnout. This isn’t an air show, Armstrong explained, but a chance for pilots and aviation enthusiasts to get together, talk, do some flying and have a good time. There’s no real schedule, though the pilots probably will enjoy some friendly competitions such as the flour drop, which means just what it sounds like, dropping small bags of flour out of the plane at a specific spot. The Maule airplanes allow the pilots to take off and land in tight spots, so some might take advantage of the other small airfields in the area or even the lake bed. Armstrong said one of the attractions of the Maule is its ability to go where other airplanes cannot. “A lot of these Maules are built for off-airport landings,” he said. “People

enjoy going in and out wherever they want to.” The event is open to the public, but Armstrong cautioned people to remember these are working airplanes, and it’s best to stay behind them. The airport is located at 100 Eveyln Gould Drive, north of Llano off Texas 16. “This is going to be an annual event,” Armstrong said. “It hasn’t been decided, but Llano could be the place for it every year. Everybody we’ve worked with in Llano have been great and so welcoming. The airport has a great grass runway, and that’s fantastic for tail draggers like us.” For more information on the Maule airplanes, go to www.mauleairinc.com. daniel@thepicayune.com

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JOHNSON CITY — The ultimate goal of the Johnson City Volunteer Fire Department fish fry May 11 is to raise money for the department, but it goes a bit further than simply, “Come, grab a plate, eat and go.” “It’s become an incredible social event as well,” said Vicki Ralph of the JCVFD. “People enjoy just coming out and visiting with each other and learning about what we do.” The fish fry will be held at the Blanco County Fair and Rodeo grounds, 619 U.S. 28, starting at 5 p.m. The meal, by donation, includes fried catfish, french fries, hush puppies, coleslaw, pickles, tea and a dessert. Along with dinner, people can enjoy live music and a dance at 8 p.m. featuring the Almost Patsy Cline Band. “They are a really fun band,” Ralph said. And that’s what the fish fry is all about — having fun, but for a good cause. Ralph said while the department does get some funding from taxpayers, the unit holds fundraisers such as the fish fry to augment those monies.

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Lacy dog,” you would have been wrong. Farris “discovered” the dog about seven years ago when she began looking for a breed to help her track deer during bow hunts. While a deer shot by a rifle often falls quickly, arrowshot whitetails can cover quite a distance before laying down. Farris wanted a dog that could track the deer by its blood trail. “I thought having a tracking dog would be very handy,” she said. “I started researching dogs when a friend who hunted hogs said to come and take a look at his Lacys. And I just fell in love with them.” Apparently, that’s an easy thing to do. In Burnet, Fred Oglesby also initially bought his first Lacy about 10 years ago to help him track deer during bow hunts. Like Farris, he became enamored with the breed. “It’s an amazing breed,” he said. “You can train them to do just about anything.” While developed for herding pigs and cattle, the dogs have proven their worth as hunting companions, no matter what the game. Oglesby pointed out the Lacy breed hunt typical game such as hogs, raccoons and squirrels. But the breed can even hunt species often left to retrievers or spaniels. The Lacy legacy lies in the very granite hills making up Burnet County. Farris described the county as the epi-

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MARBLE FALLS — Tanner Worthing is working to turn something he felt in his belly into something else that might be felt in his, yes, belly. Worthing, a student in the Marble Falls Independent School District 18+ Transition Program, witnessed the March 17 implosion of the old U.S. 281 bridge. The shockwave from the implosion, he said, was felt to his core, or belly. Now, the students in the program are working to turn pieces of the steel from the bridge into profits that could go toward the program. “They have to work to earn it, so they’re fundraising to earn money towards things that they’d like to have,” said Jennifer Virdell, the MFISD 18+ Program coordinator. “They keep as self-sufficient as possible.” The program serves students with disabilities between the ages of 18 and 22 to help them learn to be independent after high school. A transitional-living house for the program was built in 2011 with a $384,000 grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The house is the focal point of the district’s Learning Independence for Everyday (LIFE) Skills, which provides the students additional training for life after school. With just three students this year, the program fluctuates in the number of young adults and is expected to have as many as 15 in the coming years. In the mornings, students learn skills around the house and then work at a job in the afternoon. “Our program is really unique and special; there’s not many of these in the state,” Virdell said. “A lot of people don’t know we have these stu-

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know this program works. It’s helped so many rebuild their lives,” said Mays, who is a recovering addict as well. “They need the unconditional love and the tools of a 12-step (drugand alcohol-abuse recovery) program.” The nonprofit organization, which relies on funding from area churches and private donations, houses up to six women as they go through the program. “Trinity Episcopal Church feels very humble to help an organization which is seeking to help people turn their lives around,” said Madeleine Manigold, chairperson of the church’s Ministry and Outreach Commission. The church foundation offered $3,200 toward the renovation and move from a rental location to a home purchased with donor help. “The program restores family bonds, and these women become active participants in our community when they rebuild their lives,” Manigold said. “Christ calls us to help people in need. We are called to serve them, and, in so doing, we

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LLANO — Allen Frizzell is hosting a tribute to his legendary brother Lefty Frizzell at the Llano Country Opry on May 11. The show is 7:30 p.m. at the LanTex Theater, 113 Main St. Admission is $15, and tickets can be purchased at the Llano Chamber of Commerce, 100 Train Station Drive; Llano National Bank, 1001 Ford St.; Lively Computers, 2112 RR 1431 in Kingsland; or by calling (325) 247-5354. Allen Frizzell was born into a family rich in country music tradition. Since the early 1950s, the Frizzell brothers — Lefty, Allen and David — have been prominent on the music charts as artists and songwriters, having songs recorded by George Jones, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Keith Whitley and even pop artist Jewel, according to an opry news release. Country Music Hall of Famer Lefty Frizzell, who died in 1975, was one of the most influential artists in the genre. The award-winning singer-songwriter’s biggest hits include: “Long Black Veil,” “Saginaw,

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Country singer Cory Morrow to help out MFalls booster club FROM STAFF REPORTS MARBLE FALLS — Texas country singer-songwriter Cory Morrow will play a concert June 23 as part of the Marble Falls Athletic Booster Club’s annual golf tournament fundraiser. The show and a chance to meet the Marble Falls coaches are tentatively scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 by May 15 and $40 after. Event coordinator and booster club president Laurie Hill Chapman also has added a tennis tournament this year. The golf and tennis tournaments begin 1 p.m. at Lakecliff on Lake Travis, 1700 Kahala Sunset Drive in Spicewood. The golf tournament is a four-play-

er scramble that costs $150 a player by May 15 and $175 after. The tournament is limited to 80 golfers. For more information, email Patti Mezger at pmezger@txhf.org. The tennis tournament is a kingof-the court format with 20-minute rounds. The cost is $60 by May 15 and $70 after. The tournament is limited to 30 players. For more information, email JoLynn Dyer at jldyer@ gmail.com. Players should arrive about noon before play begins. Sponsorships for packages, holes and courts are available. For hole sponsorships, email Leanne Wooten at jlbaw4@gmail.com. For court sponsorships, email Dyer at jldyer@ gmail.com. The fundraiser also features a

silent auction, for which the booster club is seeking donations. Email Maureen Everett at maureen_everett@yahoo.com or Kassi Ware at kassiware@hotmail.com. In addition, the booster club is starting its membership drive for the 2013-2014 school year. There are different levels of membership. Memberships sold to fans are $25. A Mustang-level membership, which is $140, includes recognition on the large member listing at Mustang Stadium and two general admission passes to all Marble Falls Independent School District athletic events. Other memberships are $250 for a bronze, $500 for a silver, $750 for a gold and $1,000 for a platinum. Each one includes: n Recognition on the large mem-

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MARBLE FALLS — An innocent-enough dinner started the idea of a 1990s Mega Reunion of Marble Falls High School classes. It happened in mid-September 2012, hours before the kickoff of the annual Burnet-Marble Falls football game. William Burrgess, class of 1993, gathered with a couple of his classmates, Justin Craig and James “Bubba” Hebert, and invited any Mustang alumni to join them for dinner. They were surprised by the number of people who showed up. And then, next thing they knew, the trio were encouraged to do it again, but on a bigger stage with even more people — a class reunion. So Burgess contacted classmate Jennifer Yates, president of the class of 1993, to ask if the class officers, who are charged with planning class reunions, needed help. “She was so busy,” he said. “So it was brought to our attention, if y’all want to do it, that would be great.” And since so many graduates have significant others from different classes, Burgess said it made sense to include all 10 classes of the 1990s and the 2000s, if anyone wants to attend. The 1990s Mega Reunion is June 8 from 4 p.m. to midnight at River Bend Conference Center, 710 First

WHAT: Marble Falls High School 1990s Mega Reunion for graduating classes of the 1990s and 2000s WHEN: 4 p.m.-midnight June 8 WHERE: River Bend Conference Center, 710 First St. in Marble Falls. COST: $25 per person; free for children 15 and younger CONTACT: William Burgess at (936) 777-4984, Justin Craig at (830) 385-1271, James “Bubba” Hebert at (830) 385-0623 or Cory Comstock at (830) 613-0250.

St. The cost is $25 per person, and the event is bring your own beer. For tickets, mail a check and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Burgess at #51 South Fairway Loop, Coldspring, TX 77331. Children ages 15 and younger get in free. “We’ll set up a little room for them in the place for movies and coloring books,” Burgess said. The first 250 tickets-holders are eligible to win a 32-inch flat-screen television. Though tickets will be sold at the door, Burgess encourages people to buy tickets to the event in advance to ensure enough food is ordered. “We’ve sold quite a bit, but it’s not enough to cover all the expenses right now,” he said.

Entertainment will be provided by DJ Freddie Martinez, class of 1992. For those arriving June 7, the organizers invite attendees to meet for dinner at Bella Sera, 1125 U.S. 281 North, at 7 p.m. with each family paying their own expenses. For more information, call Burgess at (936) 777-4984, Craig at (830) 385-1271, Hebert at (830) 385-0623 or Cory Comstock, class of 1992, at (830) 613-0250. jfierro@thepicayune.com

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MFalls Senior Center picks new board, makes Memorial Day plans FROM STAFF REPORTS MARBLE FALLS — Marble Falls Senior Activity Center members have chosen a new board, and work quickly began on an event to honor veterans. The center’s members elected Robert Bailey as the board president with Dora Mae Lippe as first vice president and Artie Allen as second vice president. Other officers include secretary Florence Scott and treasurer Margie Phipps. The rest of the board is Euclid P h i p p s , S u e Ta y l o r, L o r e t a Stubblefield, Judy Shine, Virginia Kovar and Ruth James. One of the first events of the new board’s service will be a Memorial Day program May 27 to honor

veterans. The center also will take time that same day to recognize the organization’s charter members. The board is looking to connect with all the senior center charter members. Officials asked that any charter members call the senior center at (830) 693-5611 and provide current contact information. The center, 1200 Seventh St., continues to hold potluck lunches Mondays and Fridays about noon. Once the meal is done and the tables cleared, folks pull out the dominoes and Canasta for an afternoon of games. The center is open to any senior citizen. For more information, call (830) 693-5611. editor@thepicayune.com

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Fort Croghan open for self-guided tours to learn about lives of settlers BY JENNIFER FIERRO Picayune Staff

BURNET — Fort Croghan is keeping spring and summer hours for self-guided tours. Visitors can stop by Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Fort Croghan Day on Oct. 12. “The cabins are open for viewing and the museum,” member Buddy Inman said. “That includes the entire grounds.” Admission is free, but donations are accepted. Fort Croghan has a rich history in Burnet County. Established in 1849, the fort pro-

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vided shelter for settlers. And visiting the fort helps local residents understand this area better, Inman said. “It gives you ties to the past with the pioneers and early settlers to this area,” he said. “It gives you a sense of history and what the early people did to settle this frontier.” Inman said the city of Burnet exists because of the fort. The third of the first four forts built by the United States, settlers constructed their homes around Croghan. “It offered protection around the hostile Indians,” he said. Descendents of some of the families still live in the area, he said. jfierro@thepicayune.com 106 E. Main St. The meeting is open to Llano County youth ages 11-16. Buddy Faris, a professor and extension veterinarian from Texas A&M University, will lead the workshop. During the session, Faris will outline the curriculum, goals and objectives of the program. Students then will have an opportunity to enroll. Parents are needed to be the volunteer adult leader or assistant adult leaders. While completing the curriculum of 100 lessons and 50 activities, students will focus on the major careers of veterinary medicine: veterinary assistant, veterinary technician and veterinarian. The students will be placed in an apprenticeship to work under the supervision of veterinarians to complete hours of observation and a minimum of 500 hours of clinical skills on the job, usually in a veterinary clinic. Students who successfully complete the study course and apprenticeship of clinical skills hours will receive a certificate of completion of the program with the classification of veterinary assistant. The students will be eligible for certification by examination as a certified veterinary assistant through the Texas Veterinary Medical Association.  Students planning to become a veterinary technician or a veterinarian will be counseled to pursue the required college degree programs. To reserve a spot, call Llano County extension agent Jamie Osbourn at (325) 247-5159.


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Marble Falls High School junior Carson Bowen practices bunting before the start of Game 2 against Austin LBJ on May 4. STAFF PHOTO BY JENNIFER FIERRO

Mustangs move on to area round after bi-district sweep of Austin LBJ BY JENNIFER FIERRO Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — About 30 minutes after the Marble Falls High School baseball team swept a bi-district series against Austin LBJ on May 4, the Mustangs turned their attention to the next round of the playoffs. And to the San Antonio Alamo Heights Mules. It’s the same team that knocked the Mustangs (23-7) out of the playoffs last season in a sweep, 4-3 and 10-0. But it’s a different season. For starters, the Mules reached the playoffs with an 8-6 record in District 27-4A as the fourth-place team. Last season, they were the runners-up. By contrast, the Mustangs are the District 25-4A runners-up and had secured a playoff spot with two weeks left in the regular season. In 2012, Marble Falls needed to win out late in the season to grab fourth place. Both squads boast of pitching staffs that keep opponents bats in check. Heights has two starting pitchers with ERAs under 2.00: Cameron

Mineo (8-2) at 1.58 and James Nittoli (6-3-1) at 1.48. Mineo has 75 strikeouts on the season; Nittoli has 53. The third pitcher is Tyler Freed (4-2) with an ERA of 3.74 and 10 strikeouts. Offensively, the Mules are led by Blake Klumpp with 25 RBIs and Kalen Brockwell with 18 RBIs. Mustangs head coach J.T. Blair said he was familiar with the Mules’ personnel. “I know they’re a good-looking team,” he said. “They play solid defense, and they’re well-coached.” The Mustangs emptied their arsenal against LBJ in completing the sweep. Game 1 on May 3 couldn’t have gone better. Marble Falls scored a run in the first inning and responded in the bottom of the third when the Jaguars tied the contest. The Mustangs scored three in that inning, one in the fourth and four in the fifth for a 9-1 win. Cole Ridgely (12-2-1) led the Mustangs from the mound, striking out 15 of the 26 batters he faced. Game 2 was much tighter, but it

didn’t start that way. Marble Falls scored a run in the first inning, two in the third and two in the fourth for a 5-0 lead. But the Jaguars came back in the fourth, plating four runs behind two hits, four walks and one batter who was hit by a pitch. Marble Falls used four pitchers. But Ridgely took over in the seventh, closing the game with a strikeout. Though Game 2 was closer than he would have liked, Blair said he thought his players benefitted from having a two-week break before the start of the playoffs. But, the Mustang skipper admitted the downtime might have contributed to some Marble Falls missteps. “I think we knocked some rust off in this series,” he said. “But I really think we can play better than we did.” And he looked forward to facing Alamo Heights and to the challenge the Mules pose. “They’re a perennial playoff team,” he said, “just like what we want to be.” jfierro@thepicayune.com

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Bulldogs lose bi-district series to Stephenville BY JENNIFER FIERRO Picayune Staff

BURNET — The Burnet High School baseball team boarded the bus to go to Stephenville on May 4, looking for their second Saturday road win in a week. And the Bulldogs liked their chances. After all, they already beat the Yellowjackets 5-3 in Game 1 of a bi-district series May 3, just like they had beaten Brownwood a week earlier 8-1 on April 26 and 12-1 on April 27, which was a Saturday. But it wasn’t meant to be as Stephenville won both games May 4, 10-4 and 11-7, taking the series. Burnet head coach Tim Perkins said the Bulldogs played well

enough to win Game 1, noting the Yellowjackets recorded 12 hits. “Offensively, we did enough to get us through the game,” he said. “Defensively, we played really well. We had to make plays. They had guys on base the whole time. Somehow, we kept them to three runs.” In Game 2, the Bulldogs trailed 6-4, but Stephenville added four runs in the sixth to put the game out of reach. They also hit two home runs. And in the final game, players on both sides played well, realizing their season came down to the next seven innings, Perkins said. “We scored, they scored,” he said. “We had some chances and didn’t capitalize on them. It wasn’t one of those things where they outplayed us. They just played better

than we did.” The end of the season also means six seniors moving on to the next phase: Nick Melvin, Zach Evans, Will Kyle, Colton Rockafellow, Blaine Schilling and Weston Walker. But Perkins said their commitment to the program is their lasting impression. “They work so hard and work so hard together,” he said. “All they want to do is win. And it didn’t matter who got the glory.” Perkins said he remains proud of the way the Bulldogs fought, especially against Brownwood the previous week to end the regular season. “(The Bulldogs) go all out all the time,” he said. “It’s what they do and what they love to do.” jfierro@thepicayune.com

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MARBLE FALLS — Lockhart shut the door on a possible Marble Falls High School softball team comeback May 3 thanks to a 10-7 victory in Game 2 to end the Lady Mustangs’ season. With the win, the Lady Lions move on to the next round of the playoffs after the second-round series sweep against Marble Falls that started May 2 with an 8-2 win. The Lady Lions led throughout the May 3 contest, racing to a 7-1 lead by the start of the fourth inning. Still the Lady Mustangs (22-13) wouldn’t go away. Instead, they scored three runs in the fifth and three more in the seventh. Meanwhile, Lockhart simply continued to answer, plating a run in the fifth and two in the sixth to provide the final margin. Marble Falls head coach Tino Salazar said Lockhart’s two runs in the first inning began because of walks. But that only tells part of the story, he said. “I felt like we should have come back fairly easy early on,” he said. “We didn’t do anything to help ourselves. We ran out of outs because we started so late. The bulk of our runs are in the fifth and seventh innings. It was too little too late.” The Lady Mustangs defense recorded two errors in the contest. “They hit the ball well, hit it

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in the gap,” Salazar said. “We had an error here and there. For the most part, (the Lady Lions) made things happen.” The coach said the primary offseason goal doesn’t involve the weight room or the running program. “We’re going to have to learn to play together,” he said. “There were some moments I felt like we struggled for different reasons. We have to become one.” During the season, the Lady Mustangs’ challenge came in putting together all the elements, he said. At times, the offense was unstoppable, but defense and pitching weren’t keeping pace. Other times, the Open registration is 3-6 p.m. May 25 at Pizza Hut, 1000 U.S. 281 North. Registration also is available online at www.sportssignup.com/ Highland-Lakes-Horns-OnlineRegistration.start. The deadline to register is July 15. Officials will have a bake sale 9 a.m. April 27 at Miller’s Food Store,

defense and pitching were superb, but the bats went cold. “It’s two-fold,” Salazar said. The Lady Mustangs say goodbye to seniors Abby Henry, Hailey Wooten, Catie Whitecotton and Hayley Fishbeck. “I’m real proud of them with the way they handled the pressure,” Salazar said. “All four of them came up big in pressure situations. It’ll be bittersweet to see them leave, but I’m proud of all of them.” Marble Falls defeated Austin Crockett in three games in the bi-district round of the Class 4A playoffs. jfierro@thepicayune.com 702 E. Polk St. in Burnet, and at Hoover Valley Country Store, 7203 Park Road 4 West in Burnet. Another bake sale is 9 a.m.-2 p.m. June 1-2 at Walmart, 2700 U.S. 281 South. For more, email the organization at highlandlakeshorns@gmail.com or call Bobby Shirley at (512) 234-2031 or Tracy Shirley at (830) 613-7696.

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2003 FORD Escape, 5,300 miles, one owner. White, Standard transmission, like new. Has RV tow package but never towed. $11,000 Call Grant. 512-468-1900

BOATS fixed right! Warmer weather is on the way. So get the boat ready to play! Buchanan Boat Works! 512-793-2987

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of property to satisfy landlord’s lien. Sale is May 18, 2013, 9 a.m. Stacy’s Storage, Industrial & Skyline, Kingsland. 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 space of the following tenants: Cindy Beckum - Unit 83: Personal items & furniture. Restaurant Equipment - Unit 61 Contact Shelly (325)388-4573

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416 Building

NOTICE of public sale of property to satisfy landlord lien. Wednesday 5/22, 5:00pm. 16051 HWY 29, Buchanan Dam, Tx. Contents include some small hand tools of Dennis Cryer AKA Cryer Construction. Contact John Vietch 512-755-9919 The LIGHTHOUSE Restaurant is offering a pasta station Tuesday nights, 6-9pm. The public is welcome. Starts 5/7/13

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Employment

424 Concrete/Masonry

433 Electrical

450 Lawn & Garden

466 Plumbing

540 Help Wanted

MOORE Plumbing Service, M. 36981- All types of plumbing: New, Remodel, Repair. Residential & Commercial. 28+ years experience. 325-388-5565, 830-798-5820

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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427 Dirt, Sand, Gravel

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C orix U tilities provides com prehensive system s for w ater treatm ent and distribution as w ellas w astew ater collection and treatm ent.G reat opportunity for self-starters w ho enjoy w orking outside.W illprovide training,uniform s and equipm ent.Full-tim e positions in w hich hours m ay vary and include w orking various rotating on-callw eekends and holidays.

Lo o k ing fo r C a ring & C o m pa s s io na te Pers o n Tha tLik es to W o rk w ith the E ld erly in a Friend ly E nv iro nm ent.

Corix offers com petitive com pensation packages, including benefits. Valid driver’s license w / insurance required.

PIANO tuning: Expert tuning since 1971. $60 in-home service for Burnet & Llano counties. George Winfield 325-388-6252 Employment

PRO FESSIO N AL LAW N CARE TREE TRIM M IN G & REM O VAL IN SURED & AFFO RDABLE

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

430 Dozer, Tractor Work

CURLEE’S Lawn Care. Improving our Hill Country one yard at a time! Lawn care, tree trimming, shrubs! Free estimates! 512-755-5728

Tra ctor W ork & Ha uling Creditca rds a ccepted

CONTRERAS Services: Lawn care, leaf removal, garden tilling, planting, tree removal, all types of handyman work, short haul moving. Reasonable rates, timely service. 325-388-3959 or 830-613-9265.

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453 Music Lessons

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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 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

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MAINTENANCE PERSON Must have plumbing & electrical experience.

APPLY IN PERSON Marble Falls: Vivian Castillo 830-693-9149 wb692@burgersofbmt.com

SCOTT’S Painting & Repair Experienced painter & carpenter. Jobs small or large. Free Estimates. References Available. Call day or night. 512-756-6439

433 Electrical 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

7-11 in Horseshoe Bay Now hiring Sales Associates for 1st and 2nd shifts. 6-month minimum experience required.

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CONCRETE Work: House foundations, sidewalks, patios, driveways, retaining walls. Free estimates. Call Alex, 830-613-9384

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Flower Beds

ASSISTED living facility now hiring attendant - (Monday to Friday) 7am-3pm. Must be 21, have good driving record, must be a CNA or have comparable experience. Call 830-6936446 for directions to apply in person at 800 Claremont.

OUTSIDE sales help needed. unlimited potential. Proven product. Contact Rock 325-248-3578

Tree & Shrub Trimming

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Employment

Employment

540 Help Wanted

540 Help Wanted

G ARAG E S A L E S 710 Buchanan Dam Area

710 Buchanan Dam Area

Bucha na n Da m Esta te S a le 122 Lakeview Drive (Greenwood Acres)

Antique Furniture - (Dining & Bedroom sets), Great Collectibles Navajo Rug, Indian Pottery, Kachina Dolls, African Carvings, Frederic Remington Bronze, Russell Artwork, Fishing Gear, Guns, Fiberglass Boat, Motor & Trailer. Patio Set, Workshop Full of Tools, Steins, Humidors, Books, Power Plate Machine Thursday, May 9th 9am - 4pm Friday, May 10th 9am - 4pm (25% off) Saturday, May 11 th 8:30am - 1:30pm (50% off)

Directions: Hwy 1431 (go past Hwy 29) to 261 - turn left go to Greenwood Acres - Follow Signs

GARAGE & moving sale, lots of miscellaneous stuff, some furniture & tools. Friday May 10th & Saturday May 11th, 9am-3pm. 2504 Belaire East Lane.

WEATHER permitting ?? PatioFlash-Storage Sale, intersection of Hwy 1431 & Skyline Dr. behind Alfredo’s, Thursday, Friday & Saturday the rest of May.

LARGE multi-family sale. May 10 & 11. 207 Woodland Acres Dr. off HWY 1980. Follow signs.

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550 Medical

605 Antiques

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Full-time and Part-time teaching positions available. Must have one year daycare experience. If you enjoy working with children, call Flip N Swim today. Voted Reader’s Choice for Best Daycare!

550 Medical

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CAMP Balcones Springs is looking for summer time kitchen help to include dishwashing, prep work & cooking. Must be willing & able to have flexible schedules including weekends & evening shift. No phone calls! Email resume to mprice@ texasretreat.com or come to 104 Balcones Springs Dr., Marble Falls & ask for Mark.

MAY I help you? Inc. is hiring experienced caregivers & housecleaners. 325388-6547, 2944 RR 1431 W. Kingsland.

BLUEBONNET Trails Community Services, 4606 Innovation Loop, Marble Falls, TX. Service Specialist, DAC - Position #1028. For more information and to apply please go to www.bbtrails.org

Join the best team in town.

830-798-2264

This is a salaried position that w illinclude profit sharing and controlperform ances bonuses as w ell.

R E TA I L S a l e s R e p . w a n t e d , Computer knowledge required. Call 830-798-0374 for details SPICEWOOD art studio seeking production assistant. Team player, reliable,& able to lift 50lbs. 30 hrs/ wk. Send resumes to brent@fleurdestone.com EXPERIENCED AC Service Tech wanted. Please call 325-388-6463 or apply at 135 Euel Moore Dr., Kingsland.

HEARTS United, stuff duplicated: help us clean it out! Furniture, lamps, dishes, utensils, tools, paintings, clothing, fabric, men’s cowboy boots size 9 1/2, exercise equipment. On Madison Circle, left on West Oak Ridge off Mormon Mill, right on Vista Lane off West Oak Ridge. Saturday May 11 only. 8:00am-4:00pm.

720 Granite Shoals Area

BARTEN DER • SERVER • HO STESS PREP CO O K • BAN Q UET SET UP • HO USEKEEPER

W e are looking for a creative,organized,and energetic B arista M anager for our m orning operations. The B arista M anager w illoversee and direct the activities of a coffee shop.This professionalw illdirect the entire coffee shop operation, w hich includes supervising allem ployees,ensuring the shop m eets quality and food service regulatory requirem ents,and m aking sure custom ers are provided w ith exceptionalservice.This position w illalso focus on other store operations including our W hich W ich S uperior S andw iches.  R equirem ents include: C re ating a w e lc om ing e nv ironm e nt for our gue sts – positiv e V IB E P osse ss an e x c e ptional unde rstanding of e spre sso (at le ast 2 y e ars e x pe rie nc e ) M aintaining a c le an and organize d w ork spac e S haring and te ac hing othe rs about c offe e • S e lf-m otiv ate d spirit

8:00am-1:00pm, May 11th. Wood Telephone Booth, 2 twin mattresses & lots of other great finds. 1112 Elm Lane.

MAY 10th & 11th, 9am-? Refrigerator, table with 6 chairs, china cabinet, large go cart, bass boat, exercise bike, tools, rods & reels, much more. 164 Wood Forest Rd. 512-636-6312 or 325-388-8984

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MULTI-FAMILY Yard Sale, Sat. 11th, 8:00am-4:00pm, Live Oak Dr. Marble Falls. Furniture, Clothes, etc.

BURNET indoor/outdoor flea market. 2791 HWY 29W. Tues.-Sun. until 5:30. Outdoor vendors welcome Fri.- Sun. 512-756-8514

Needed For All Shifts (Full & Part-Time) At Marble Falls

Canyon of the Eagles 16942 RR 2341 - Burnet,Texas 78611

MAY 11th, 9-5. Household items, wine cooler, dining room table & chairs, baby items, dish washer, etc. 1112 Pecan Dr.

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Real Opportunity!

N ow hiring for the follow ing SEASO N AL positions:

Sale conducted by: Antiques To New Estate Sales D.J. Hunter 512-762-6860

745 Marble Falls Area

MEDICAL Assistant needed to assist patients in busy medical clinic in Marble Falls. Looking for energetic outgoing individual to join growing practice. Experience required. Fax resume to 830-469-3789. We will call you to set up an interview if we are interested.

EXPERIENCED CAREGIVERS NEEDED: for local

VISITING ANGELS HOMECARE Must have a minimum of 1 year of professional caregiving experience with someone other than your family member.

CURRENTLY SEEKING CAREGIVERS FOR CONSECUTIVE OVERNIGHT SHIFTS.

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:

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560 Professional PERSONAL Economics Group now recruiting: Dynamic, Driven, Entrepreneurial, Financial Professionals in the Highland Lakes area. Group 1 & Series 7 preferred. 214-455-8419 Merchandise 605 Antiques

BURNET ANTIQUE MALL ON THE SQUARE Great Antiques & Collectables Just Recieved

ARROWHEAD COLLECTION MUST SEE!

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Rentals

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605 Antiques

650 Miscellaneous

900 Apartments

910 Business Rentals

935 Houses

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

2 MASTER bedrooms & 2 full baths. Furnished, 2 car garage. Short term available. Pets considered. $1250/ mo. Nonsmoking. Tracey, 512-5653854

WE BUY ANTIQUES 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.

CROSSROADS ANTIQUE MALL 512-756-4312

AT THE CORNER OF HWY. 281 & HWY. 29 Ron & Sharon Cravens

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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. Retired TPWD Hunter Safety Instructor paying cash for all types of pre-1980 hunting related items & collectibles. Call Bob 325-388-6823 PRO Style 6ft./20” belt with advanced console display of: min/time speeds; time/distance; calorie counter; pulse sensor; lap counter, plus 8 LED personalized trainer program display. Wired for TV, CD & Video. 2006 model, Excellent Condition, Folds for Storage. $450.00, 830-613-1436 (cell) BAKE sale for Granite Fellowship, held at Coach’s Car Wash, Saturday May 11th; 8am-4pm. Proceeds go to Church’s building fund. Donations appreciated. 655 Musical Instruments GUITAR Amplifier Stack, Peavey Ultra Plus, 120 watts, 8-12”, 1 Owner Clean & Laud. $2,400 512-756-8056 675 Wanted to Buy WANT to buy 10 foot canoe. 325379-1172 Farm/Ranch 810 Equipment TRACTOR - Industrial LL480 CASE with live gannon, $5,500. 325-2485255 860 Pets FREE kittens 830-613-9266 Rentals 900 Apartments

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$1,200,000

YOUR SUMMER FUN HEADQUARTERS! Imagine the fun you can have enjoying all Lake LBJ has to offer. This 3/2 w/1754 sf & 2 living areas is just 50 minutes W of Austin & near schools & shopping. Remodeled in 2009 w/new modern touches. Storage bldg., fenced yard & boat slip. Area amenities include Andy Roddick Tennis Ctr, 16 WF parks, & more! MLS#123138

COMFY, CUSTOM RANCH STYLE HOME tucked in beautiful oak cov’d lot in desirable Oak Vista. Home is warm & welcoming- perfect for family & entertaining. Spacious master ste features a spa-like tub, & bay windows to enjoy the outdoor view. Dedicated office w/view of the tree cov’d front lot. MLS#122673

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LAKE MARBLE FALLS WATERFRONT! Immaculate Custom Waterfront Home under $400K!! Treasured, natural sandy beach, deck, covered front porch. Kitchen w/all updates. Majestic and ancient oaks. MLS#122404

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LIVE AT LAKE LBJ! Pride of ownership abounds in this lovely, comfortable, inviting home. Open living with breakfast bar that seats 6, the back yard features a wonderful deck & pergola overlooking a serene cove. Boat slip & electric lift. Across the street are 3 additional lots with storage & covered RV port. MLS#120463

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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

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LOCATED ON .89 ACRES cov’d by stately hardwood, this comfortable home has a welcoming ambiance throughout. Lg picture window & French doors in the living rm allow you enjoy this perfect setting from the inside or out. Beautiful recently updated kitch, lg brick FP & brick accent walls. MLS#122874

$199,900

$219,500

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SUPER PRICE – 3 bedroom, 2 separate living rooms on 5 lots. Wood burning FP, raised open patio for BBQ, storage building, workshop, RV storage area, 2car carport & plenty of extra backyard room for extra trailers, boats, etc. City parks close by with boat ramps, picnic tables, fishing/swimming available! MLS#120383

$114,900

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GREAT LOCATION, Two 21+/- Ac , 42.82 total. Views, drive or walk entire property. Caverns Ranches Subd, $6,900 Ac, Owners say Bring all offers! MLS#122606

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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

$750,000

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INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY! 3/2 Home on 9+ acres w/3 income producing rental homes & 2 large workshops. Easy restrictions offer unlimited possibilities! MLS#122648

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GOLDEN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! 2 Magnificent Log Homes on almost 5 acres in Lake LBJ Waterfront neighborhood. Both homes 3/2 w/loft. Pool, hot tub & easy Lake access! Great income producers through rental pool or enjoy shared family compound. MLS#123172

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$144,669

GOLF COURSE HOME IN GATED COMMUNITY. 3/2/2 w/golf cart storage or wrkshp. Side entry garage w/circle drive. FP & wet bar, kitch upgradesgranite counters, breakfast area. Master & lg bath w/whirl pool tub. Great sunroom with a/c overlooks granite patio on the 4th hole. Walk across street to golf club, pool, tennis! MLS#120594

$261,000

3/2 STONE HOME w/stained concrete floors, beautiful windows in living rm for lots of light. Wood deck on 1.37 acres (12 lots). Nice trees,w/privacy that is like living in the country. Granite rock on end lots adds character & no close neighbor. Just a few blocks from Lake LBJ. Nice Property! MLS#122486

$145,000

111588 HWY 281 FRONTAGE 1 BLK SOUTH of CR 963-3/1 main house w/ Large bonus or office at front porch, 1 att garage, 1 det garage w/ bthrm & 1 bdrm casita w/sinkall on 3 privacy fenced corner lots w/ rear and side entrances at Water/Taggard streets. MLS#121603

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$530,720 $169,000

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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

$109,900

CUSTOM HOME ON LAKE LBJ! EXCELLENT FOR THE FAMILY TO ENJOY! Breakfast area, great room/full bar, split bdrm plan, beautiful kitch w/ center island, large cov’d deck (very custom) facing Lake LBJ. Nicely landscaped w/sprinkler sys. Single boat dock/elect lift. Jet ski ramps, boat deck. MLS#117706

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