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The Picayune

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For Highland Lakes news and sports

VOL 23 • ISSUE 6

“If everything seems under control, you’re not going fast enough.” — Mario Andretti

Texas Best Country

IF YOU GO WHAT: Fourth annual Marble Falls Soapbox Classic WHEN: June 14-16 WHERE: Third and Main streets in downtown Marble Falls

READY, SET,

GO TIME! Daredevils take the hill for the fourth annual Soapbox Classic, with racing late into the night BY JARED FIELDS Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — Staring down a hill that creates legends and losers, mortal men (and women) strap themselves into homemade, wheeled boxes of speed and suspense. These brave, daring — and sometimes reckless — souls willingly place themselves in positions where only triumph or shame await them at the finish line. OK, maybe it’s not that dramatic, but it is fun for both participants and spectators. The fourth annual Marble Falls Soapbox Classic is June 14-16 on Main and Third streets. See CLASSIC / Page 3

Shady Grove Elementary School Principal Terra Singletary points to Bertram Elementary, the school at which she will be working for the 2013-14 school year with the closure of her campus this year.STAFF PHOTO BY JENNIFER FIERRO

Shady Grove’s doors are closed, but heart of school still beats Staff, students of BCISD school will carry its legacy to other campuses

SHADY GROVE HONORS n Exemplary campus, 2008-09 n Recognized campus, 2007-08, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12

HIGHLIGHTS

BY JENNIFER FIERRO Picayune Staff

BURNET — Kmart might not have envisioned the impact one of its old buildings would have when the company took it apart and transported it to Burnet more than a decade ago. But the former retail structure made its mark — in a big way. In the 1990s, Burnet Consolidated Independent School District officials wanted to open another elementary school but were looking for something cost-effective.

n A time capsule was buried on the campus in 1996. n The school’s rose garden is a test plot for a type of Texas A&M University rose. n Fourth- and fifth-graders were on the campus from 1996 to 2006. n The Crayola Co. approved the two crayons that make up the two pillars in the front of the school. n Eight Shady Grove staff members are Burnet High School graduates; 37 children of Shady Grove staff members are Burnet High School graduates. n Shady Grove staff members have a combined total of 489 years of service to the district.

See CAMPUS / Page 7 FILE PHOTO

Former justice of peace makes a permanent mark in Burnet BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

BURNET — Bill Johnson served Burnet County residents for several years as Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace, but it was his dedication to Highland Lakes youth that finally earned his name a permanent place

in the community. “Bill had a dream to do something for the kids, get them off the street and keep them out of trouble,” said Russell Graeter, a Burnet County Precinct 1 commissioner and a board member for the Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes. See JOHNSON / Page 8

Former Burnet County Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Bill Johnson (left) gives a thumbs up after seeing his name on the sign outside the Boys & Girls Club of Highland Lakes-Burnet Unit. Burnet County Precinct 2 Commissioner Russell Graeter and club Executive Director Bill Drake unveiled the sign June 5. STAFF PHOTO BY DANIEL CLIFTON

Messages of love About 80 children, who attended the Marble Falls Church of Christ Vacation Bible School, launched more than 200 balloons June 7 on the last day of the week-day sessions. The children placed messages expressing encouragement, thanksgiving and God’s love inside the balloons. COURTESY PHOTO


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UPCOMING EVENTS

AQUA BOOM PAGEANT

The Miss Aqua Boom Scholarship Pageant is holding registration for girls ages 2-18 and boys ages 3-6 in Burnet and Llano counties. The entry fee is $45. No opening dance numbers are required for ages 2-11. There will be four dance practices for ages 12-18. Contact Teresa Gray at (325) 388-9382 or tgray0470@hotmail.com. A baby show for ages infant to 24 months has been added this year. The entry fee is $10. Contact Lynette Davis at (830) 613-9368 or goosejack1@gmail.com. Entry forms can be downloaded at www.kingslandchamber.org.

BARBECUE FUNDRAISER

The Lake Buchanan Conservation Corp. is holding a barbecue dinner fundraiser 5-8 p.m. June 15 at the Hill Country Hall, 15675 Texas 29 in Buchanan Dam. Dinner includes brisket, sausage, potato salad, cole slaw and more. Proceeds will go toward LBCC projects, including stocking the lake, working with Burnet County and the state on lake improvements and funding Soldiers in Transition programs. The group meets 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of the month at the Hill Country Hall. The public is welcome. Call (512) 848-2845 or (325) 379-1553.

BURNET FARMERS’ MARKET

The Burnet Farmers’ Market is open 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Saturdays through 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, grass-fed Texas beef, Texas wine, Texas olive oil, candles, soaps, plants, herbs and more. Call Bob Carruthers at (512) 793-6958.

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FISH FRY AND AUCTION, LLANO

The Castell School Restoration Benefit Fish Fry & Auction is June 22 at the American Legion post, 200 Legion St. in Llano. The meal is 5-7 p.m. The cost is $8 and includes fried fish, red beans, potato salad, desserts and all the trimmings. Entertainment by McKenzie Jones is 7-7:30 p.m. A cake and other auctions are 7:30 p.m. Tickets to win a cart full of groceries, household goods and gift certificates are $1 each or $5 for six.

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.

LADIES CONFERENCE

The Ladies Conference is 9 a.m.4 p.m. June 15 at CrossView Baptist Church, 1401 Broadway St., Suite 102, in Marble Falls. The theme is “Lighten Up, Ladies!” Speakers are Valarie Knowles and Bethany Boothe. Snacks and lunch will be provided. Call Aldera Boothe at (817) 908-3160.

MARBLE FALLS SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER

Potluck lunches are 11:30 a.m. Mondays and Fridays followed by canasta and dominoes with bingo on Mondays; bridge is played on Wednesdays; game night is Thursdays. The center is located at 1200 Seventh St. in Marble Falls. Call (830) 693-5611.

PET PALS CLINICS

Pet PALS is holding low-cost spay/ neuter clinics June 12 and 22 at its facility, 2003 RR 1431 West in Marble Falls. Financial assistance is available. Some owners may qualify for free surgeries for their pets. Appointments are required. Call (830) 598-7729.

MEETINGS

MARBLE FALLS QUILT CLUB

The Marble Falls Quilt Club meets 9:30 a.m. June 19 in the fellowship hall at First United Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. The program will be on quilt batting. Visitors

are welcome. Call (830) 693-3820 or visit http://marblefallsquiltclub.blogspot. com.

TOPS WEIGHT-LOSS GROUP

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays in the fellowship hall at Highland Lakes Seventh Day Adventist, 6642 RR 1431 West in Granite Shoals. Call Toni Carter at (512) 635-9216 or Pat Key at (830) 598-6893.

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

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.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLS

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GRANITE SHOALS

“Son Surf Beach Bash” is 6-8 p.m. June 17-21 at First Baptist Church, 505 S. Phillips Ranch Road in Granite Shoals, for pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Food will be served. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. June 17, and van service is available. Call (830) 598-5214.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 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. PETER’S LUTHERAN CHURCH

“Paul’s Dangerous Journey to Share the Truth” is 9 a.m.-noon July 15-19 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 1803 RR 1431 West in Marble Falls, for ages 4 through incoming sixth-graders. Call (830) 693-2253 or visit www.splcmf.org.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Habitat for Humanity, a Christian organization, is seeking volunteers to help build affordable housing for those in need. Call Greg Mills at (830) 693-7879 or Bob Hunter (512) 755-5392.

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The Picayune was able to congratulate Natasha Saidikowski first hand as she graduated from Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., on May 26. Saidikowski received a Bachelor of Science in biometry and statistics. She is a 2009 Marble Falls High School graduate. Her mother took the photo. Send your travel photos with The Picayune to editor@ thepicayune.com or 1007 Ave. K, Marble Falls,TX 78654. Photos are published in the order they are received. COURTESY PHOTO

Author to talk about humorous book series set in Hill Country at Burnet library BURNET — Award-winning author Jane Myers Perrine will discuss her book series set in the Hill Country during a Coffee Talks program June 13 at the Herman Brown Free Library. Refreshments will be served at 1:30 p.m. with the program following at 2 p.m. at the library, 100 E. Washington. Perrine’s humorous “Butternut Creek” series centers around a young minister serving in the Hill Country, according to a library news release. The first book in the series,

“The Welcome Committee of Butternut Creek,” was nominated for the RITA award for writPERRINE ers of women’s fiction. It was followed by “The Matchmakers of Butternut Creek” with the third book, “The Wedding Planners of Butternut Creek,” set for release later this year. The Coffee Talks series resumes Oct. 10 with Peter R. Rose, a geologist turned historian, who will talk about his book “The Reckoning: the Triumph of Order on the Texas Outlaw Frontier.” For more information, call the library at (512) 715-5228 or visit www.hermanbrownlibrary.org.

“We’re always pretty excited this time of year to watch the community come together and help produce this event,” said Shannon Heep, executive director of the National Adult Soapbox Derby Association. Heep said 44 cars are registered for this year’s derby. One of the biggest changes to the racing won’t be to the rules or regulations, but to the schedule. “The biggest change will be racing until midnight (June 14),” she said. After the Show-n-Shine & Parade at 6 p.m. and the opening ceremonies, racing begins at 7 p.m. and will go late into the night. KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune will be doing a live broadcast 5-7 p.m. during Show-nShine. The annual dance isn’t going away; it was moved to Saturday night. “One thing we learned about Friday night is people are very excited to see the cars,” Heep said. The dance June 15 will feature Beto and the Fairlanes beginning at 9:30 p.m. Admission is free. The second Derby Hat Contest also coincides with the derby. This year’s hat contest is June 15 and has two categories: traditional and outrageous. Of course, the racing is the main draw, with it culminating during the Sunday finals. The speed division crowns the champion car that starts from the gate and is the fastest in a straight downhill race. “There’s also the Jamaican division, which is completely opposite,” Heep said. “Cars have to make turns, and there can be more than one person

in the car.” Instead of a ramp start, cars in the Jamaican division use a push start. The finals are scheduled for noon to 4 p.m. June 16. Heep said limited bleacher seating

is available, however lawn chairs and small shade tents are welcome on the Third Street track. For more on the derby, visit www. adultsoapboxderby.com jared@thepicayune.com

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June 12, 2013 IF YOU GO WHAT: Burnet County Area Fair WHEN: 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m. June 14-15 WHERE: Burnet County Fairgrounds, 1301 Houston Clinton Drive in Burnet ADMISSION: Free FOR MORE OR TO REGISTER: www.burnetcountyfair.com

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Fair gets cranking June 14-15 BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

BURNET — While there are a lot of things that go with summer, ice cream probably tops the list. And that’s why Burnet County Area Fair organizers are holding an ice cream crank-off. “Everybody loves ice cream,” said Connie Roark, the Burnet County Area Fair chairwoman. “And people really enjoy the crank-off.” The Burnet County Area Fair is June 14-15 at the fairgrounds, 1301 Houston Clinton Drive. The fair is open 10 a.m.7:30 p.m. both days. Admission is free. The ice cream crank-off, scheduled for 2:30 p.m. June 15, gives folks a turn at not only enjoying the show, but tasting it as well. Roark said people participating in the crank-off should submit their recipes June 13 during the fair’s registration. They start cranking June 15. “We’ll have judges who will do a blind taste test and pick a winner,” Roark said. “But the fairgoers can taste the entries as well, and then they can vote on their favorite: the People’s Choice Award.” The Burnet County Area Fair was a mainstay for most of the 20th century but disappeared around 2000. A group of residents who believed a county fair provided people with a way to connect with the area’s rural roots rekindled the event in 2010. Each year since, it has grown in participants and attendees. While people can check out the entries in arts and crafts, preserved foods, quilting, garden produce and other competitions, they also can learn a few things. The fair holds several workshops, programs and displays. Linda Wells of the Burnet County AgriLIFE Office is holding a program June 14 at 2:30 p.m. called “Cooking for the Holidays.” This year’s fair is going with a Christmas theme, so Wells developed a cooking program to demonstrate how people can make some of those traditional holiday meals a bit healthier. “I’m going to show people how to make their favorite holiday foods but with less sodium, fats and sugar,” Wells said. The fair isn’t all about cooking and ice cream. At 1 p.m. June 14, the Highland Lakes Master Naturalists are giving a program on protecting the watershed. “The program is about if you don’t take care of your property, what it can do to other people’s property,” Roark said. “The Master Naturalists do a great job with this. They have a great visual that, I think, kids and adults will really learn something from.” On June 15, the Lake Area Rods and Classics Car Club will hold a car show 10 a.m.-4 p.m. And like the ice cream contest, attendees can vote for the People’s Choice Award. There also will be hands-on activities for children both days, including a workshop, gardening, a petting zoo and even a bounce house.


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Campus had about 6,000 students since 1996 FROM PAGE 1 So BCISD bought the old Kmart building and reassembled it on Shady Grove Road. In 1996, the district opened the recycled building as an elementary campus. Nicknamed the “Blue Light Special School” by members of the San Antonio media, Burnet simply called it Shady Grove Elementary. On June 6, when the school closed its doors for the final time on the last day of the 2013 school year, almost 6,000 students had graced the halls of the building. “It’s always had a real warm feeling about it,” school secretary Cheryl Evans said. “The parents always tell us they feel it when they come into the building. It’s home. It has an inviting feeling for grandparents, parents and students.” Evans would know. She was a member of the Shady Grove staff when the school opened for the 199697 school year. Evans stayed for nine years, left and then returned when Terra Singletary became the principal in 2009. Singletary said part of her agreeing to become the principal was Evans being a member of the staff. That illustrates the closeness so many of the members of the faculty and staff felt for each other, which spilled over to the students and their families, the principal added. “Shady Grove has been a fabulous family of educators,” she said. “I’ve had a wonderful four years here. It’s just everybody has dedicated themselves to doing what’s best for kids, and it’s been one of the best educational experiences I’ve had.” BCISD trustees voted to consolidate the district’s elementary campuses earlier this year. They cited a drop in average daily attendance. So it made economic sense to operate three elementary schools (Burnet, R.J. Richey and Bertram) instead. The district assigned the Shady Grove Elementary teachers and staff to other campuses for the 2013-14 school year. Most of the teachers will continue to teach the same grade level they had at Shady Grove, which became a second- and third-grade campus in 2006. Third-grade teacher Linda Dyke packed up the most boxes and tubs, which totalled 98. “Teachers collect things,” she said. “You never know when you can use them in your classroom. I have maps and brochures and lots of rocks and books, lots of books.” Dyke has been a teacher for 20 years, all at BCISD, with seven at Shady Grove. She’ll go to R.J. Richey

Elementary next year. She became a teacher as a career change. Before, she was a medical technologist. “Things changed, and I didn’t want to go to work in Austin or Temple,” she said. “And I had young children, and I’ve always worked with kids. And BCISD welcomed me. They felt like they could use my science background.” So a campus change might be difficult, but Dyke said there’s plenty to look forward to as well. “It’s not saying goodbye,” she said. “I will get to see (my students) in fourth grade and in fifth grade. We’re looking forward to being in R.J. next year. We’ll miss all our Shady Grove family.” Singletary understands those senti-

ments and hopes those who were students, teachers and staff members have fantastic memories of their time at the Blue Light Special School. “I want (students) to remember the wonderful experiences they’ve had, the great teachers that they’ve had and all the lifelong learning they’ve had at Shady Grove and take those experiences and what they’ve learned with them,” she said. “One of the school board members, Robby Robertson, said that Shady Grove was a flagship school. If we can have each student, each teacher take that information with them to where they go, then they can continue on with our legacy.” jfierro@thepicayune.com

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Others in the room included members of Johnson’s family as well as Burnet and Boys & Girls Club leaders. They gathered June 5 in the Boys & Girls Club of the Highland LakesBurnet Unit to honor Johnson, the man they credit for getting the facili-

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of money. The Burnet leaders pressed the organization leaders. Eventually, the Boys & Girls Club officials told them it would take at least $120,000 to get a Burnet unit off the ground, Graeter said. “A lot of people stepped up,” he said. Six months later, the Burnet group had the $120,000. Several months later, the Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes-Burnet Unit opened in the building that Johnson led the way in getting constructed. Graeter said the Burnet unit regularly serves 80-85 children daily with those numbers going up during the summer. But none of this likely would have been possible had Johnson not had a dream in the 1990s and followed up on it. Greater said it was highly unlikely the community could have constructed a building and opened a Boys & Girls Club in 2004 at all had it not been for Johnson’s foresight and previous efforts. “I can’t thank you enough,” Graeter said to Johnson. The former justice of the peace nodded and smiled. For more information on the Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes, go to www.bgc-hl.com. daniel@thepicayune.com

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from Burnet, Llano and Williamson counties. “They need child care, they need skills and they need encouragement,” Wooten said. “That’s one of things that we provide for them is hope here.” The skills she learned from the program have motivated Herring to pursue her goal of obtaining an associate’s degree in healthcare administration. “It will open up the doors for me to be more of a professional,” she said. “It is a fantastic opportunity for anyone searching to better themselves.” Spirituality plays an important role in the program. “The Bible study teacher talks about a basic foundation to their beliefs,” Wooten said. “One of the foundations is forgiveness. We have to forgive and put that (anger) behind.” Participants often forge lifelong bonds. “My faith was definitely strength-

Soda raises the risk of diabetes With research on the U.S. population suggesting a link between sugary drink consumption and Type 2 diabetes, more reports show similar findings among the European population. Researchers at the Imperial College of London and colleagues at the InterAct consortium studied associations between consumption of juices, nectars, sugar-sweetened soft drinks and artificially sweetened soft drinks with diabetes incidence among 15,374 participants from eight European countries. Subjects were surveyed as to dietary intake, energy intake and beverage consumption habits, with sugary drink consumption measured in tiers that included less than one glass monthly, one to four glasses monthly, more than one to six glasses weekly and one or more glasses daily. The researchers observed that soft drink consumption was strongly linked with diabetes incidence: One or more 12-ounce cans of soda daily was associated with a 58 percent increased risk of diabetes as compared with those who consumed the lowest levels of soft drinks.   The study authors reported, “This study corroborates the association between increased incidence of Type 2 diabetes and high consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks.”

Thinking About

Nida Milliorn (left), a manager with Wells Fargo Bank in Burnet, helps conduct a mock interview with Lisa Greer, a recent graduate of the Christian Women’s Job Corps of the Highland Lakes in Burnet. Go to www.cwjchl.org for more information on volunteering, registering and donating to the program. STAFF

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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.

ened — my self-esteem. I was more motivated, more positive and had a better outlook on life,” Herring said. “It was a support group as well. They seemed to have the same needs I had. Just to have the basic essentials to be reintroduced to life.” For more information about donating, volunteering or registering for the upcoming session, call (512) 7561484 or go to www.cwjchl.org. connie@thepicayune.com

JUNE 17 TO 21

9AM TO NOON

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

All children entering kindergarten through 6th grade In the fall of 2013 are invited.

Register now by calling 830-893-4341 - or come by the church Come join the fun! We will have puppet shows, games, music, Bible stories, crafts & snacks while learning that God loves everybody and is always there for us.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF MARBLE FALLS

1101 Bluebonnet Dr. - Marble Falls (Next to HEB)


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of property to satisfy landlord’s lien. Sale is Saturday, June 15th, 9 am; US Storage, 3440 W. RR 1431, 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 tenant: William Gager, household items.

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in Marble Falls is currently hiring

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CHILDREN’S Ministry Director; First United Methodist Church of Marble Falls, Texas is seeking a full time Children’s Director. We are seeking someone who has a strong and growing relationship with Jesus, who faithfully teaches the word of God to children, who effectively recruits, equips and encourages volunteers, who reaches out to families, who works well in a team atmosphere, and who has experience in children’s ministry. For the full job description, please go to our website, fumcmarblefalls.com/ministryopportunities. If you are interested, please send your resume with at least three references and your philosophy on children’s ministry to fumc@nctv. com. Please send all questions to the same address. Thank you and God Bless you.

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HUGE garage sale: June 14/15. 7am-1pm. 118 Lakeway Drive. Vintage Coca Cola items, antiques, welder, wooden chairs, drum set, guitars, TV’s, electronics, tent, camping gear, motorcycle items, entertainment center, granite top bar, clothing, shoes, jewelry, toys, books,& more.

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MULTIFAMILY yard sale, June 14th-15th 8AM-4PM. 213 Cailin Ct., Burnet. Furniture, clothes & beds. HUGE 4 family sale, June 14th & 15th, 1701 Wofford, Burnet. 1g bar-bque grill, tools, wooden craft supplies, boys toys, bedding, lots of misc. 1200 Oak St., Saturday June 15th, 8:00am-?, Furniture, Tools, Clothes & Lots of Misc. GARAGE Sale: 2602 CR 108, Burnet. Saturday 15th 8AM-5PM.

GARAGE Sale June 14,15,&16 at Phillips Ranch Rd. & Blue Briar by the water tower. 9am-? 512-755-2931 for information. Most items half price on Sunday. 150cc motor scooter (like new), 85 mpg, street legal. Guns, fishing, 5500amp generator (new), knives, tools, sewing machine, power blower, Mongoose bicycle, exercise equipment, leather belt containing 18 1941 half dollars. Large deep cycle battery, 8’ heavy duty ladder, Elvis Presley quarter. Absolutely no shopping or sales before 9am. HUGE Garage Sale! 418 Hill View. Saturday, June 15th & 16th, 8:00am? Furniture, Motorcycle, Books, Housewares, holiday decor, something for everyone! 730 Johnson City Area

HUGE, HUGE, SALE

Johnson City Saturday only June 15, 7:00am til ? Antique glassware and furniture, quilts, bedding, bath items, tableware, flatware, pots, pans, crystal, jewelry, lots of hunting, fishing, camping including GUNS, rods, reels, camo items, camp stoves, grills, cast iron, cooking utensils, patio chairs, and for the man cave or personal bar – lighted beer signs including the Budweiser/Clydesdale lighted clock, neon, mirror, and metal signs, mugs, shot glasses, decanters, glasses/stemware. Lawn mowers, weedeaters, garden tools, hand and power tools, table saw, band saw, just way too much to list.

GARAGE Sale: June 14&15, 8-6. 619 Cottonwood Dr. Women’s articles, sequin cloth, buttons, zippers, lamps, crystal, & misc. items. FRIDAY & Saturday, June 14th & 15th, 9:00am-3:00pm. Rods & Reels, Futon, Refrigerator, China Dishes, China Cabinet, Table 6 chairs, Jewelry. 2035 River Oak Dr. 512-636-6312 FRIDAY June 14th 8:00am to 5:00pm, 176 Chesterfield, take River Oaks, take right on Skyview, left on Chesterfield. 3 families, push weed trimmer, household decor & lots more. SALE at US Storage Unit #39 & #40. Saturday, June 15th 7:00am. Clothes Racks, Copier, Hutch, Dressers, Portable Stage, Recliner, 8 x 4 Plexiglass Sheets, Glider and More. “FRIDAY (14) Saturday (15). 8:00 to 2:00. 1102 Euel Moore; Antique Furniture, Outdoor Furniture, Outdoor Shutters, Firepit, Hammock, Loveseat, Beds, Furnishing, Treadmill, Scroll Saw, Boat Lift Mechanism, Quilts, Dishes, Lamps, Miscellaneous. Cash Only” ESTATE Sale Part 1: 9AM-2PM, 6/14/6/15. Horse tack, tools, collectibles & miscellaneous. 2315 Indian Trail off Slab Road HUGE multifamily garage sale; 6/14, 8AM-?. Too much to mention. Lots of miscellaneous. 178 Oak Grove Parkway (Lighthouse area) CLEARING Sale by the piece or by the bundle. Books, DVD’s, furniture, old west magazines, sports cards. Too much to list. Hay’s Resale Shop 325248-4694 2261 RR 1431. 7 days a week, 10am-4pm. Next to Southern Pickers. 745 Marble Falls Area

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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

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BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED LOT w/ 2/ 2 Brick Home, and nicely remodeled. Large closets, comfortable living rm, nice size dining rm & kitch w/granite counters. Screened porch to relax & view the cool, serene backyard. Just down the street from property owners waterfront park, w/access to Lake LBJ. MLS#123538

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15+ ACRES IN THE HEART OF MARBLE FALLS! Amazing Investor opportunity. City says you can subdivide. MLS#122676

$350,000

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

$156,900

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THREE WISHES: QUALITY, CONVENIENCE & COMFORT! Gorgeous 3/2/2 Stone Home was builders custom home so it’s loaded w/ upgrades! Energy star home is energy efficient & features bonus room & fenced back yard! MLS#122025

$295,000

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UPDATED & ALMOST TOTALY FURNISHED townhouse in a gated community. Bright color schemes, Granite tops, crown molding, custom tile & back splash, hardwood floors, 2 decks w/fantastic open water views. Your own boat slip w/ lift & jet ski lift just outside your door! MLS#123332

$390,000

3000+ ACRES- LOCATED WEST OF BARKSDALE,been in same family 40+ Yrs & not hunted last 10 yrs, truly a great hunting w/abundant wildlife, 2 water wells & seasonal running creek,2 Sml rock homes need lots tlc, recently 600 acres cleared of all Cedars. MLS#122334 $1500 per Acre

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SPECTACULAR VIEWS! This property is gorgeous. 3.95 acres w/exemplary 4157 SF custom stone home w/all the bells & whistles, fabulous enclosed pool, detached 2000 SF bldg. w/office, storage, full bath, RV stor & connections, & a workshop – easy guesthouse options property was designed to offer greatest conveniences in one all-inclusive package. MLS#122298

17.7 ACRES W/LIKE NEW METAL BARN Built 2000 w/30 gpm well, sink, elec, lighted & plumbed for gas hook-up. (3) 12’ roll-up doors, gorgeous mountain ridge views. This connects to home w/9.54 acres could be 27.24 acres total. MLS#116906

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30 ACRES W/480’ RIVER FRONTAGE 3/2.5/2 Stone home high on a Hill with panoramic Hill Country & river views. Positively gorgeous home & land - unique, one of a kind property. MLS#112772

$849,000

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June 12, 2013

High-scoring 5-year-old Granite Shoals soccer player has professional ambitions Picayune Staff

GRANITE SHOALS — In four games, 5-year-old Marco Almazan Jr. strung together statistics of which most soccer players dream. While recently playing for the Cavaliers in a 3-on-3 national-qualifying tournament in Lake Travis, Almazan scored 16 of his squad’s 17 goals. The Cavaliers won the 5-and-under division to qualify for the ESPN World Wide 3v3 National Championship tournament Aug. 1-4 in Orlando, Fla. “He never subbed out,” said his mother, Elizabeth Almazan. “The others were (subbing out), but not Marco.” While he might be an offensive machine, Almazan said his favorite part of soccer isn’t scoring. “Passing the ball,” he said. Almazan has been playing soccer since he was 18 months old. While his father, Marco Almazan Sr., played adult league soccer, his son kicked a ball around on the field. “My dad showed me,” Marco Jr. said. “He played soccer first, and I watched him when I was a little kid, and he showed me how to play.” Since then, the 5-year-old has taken private lessons and been invited to play with different teams in Burnet and Lake Travis. His mother said many people have told her that her son has so much natural talent. And Marco Jr. looks forward to practices

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Five-year-old Granite Shoals resident Marco Almazan Jr. is gaining quite a reputation as a soccer player. He helped his team, the Cavaliers, win a three-on-three national-qualifying tournament recently during which he scored 16 of 17 goals. He has been invited to play on teams in Burnet and Lake Travis. STAFF PHOTO

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NO MORE and games. “He’s a very technical player,” she said. “He knows the game of the fundamentals. He’s all heart.” And other coaches and players have noticed. That’s how Marco Jr. got an invitation to play for the Cavaliers. Elizabeth Almazan said her son is considered an academy level two player, which is on the level of 9-, 10- and 11-year-olds. Marco Jr. said his goal is to play professional soccer for Cruz Azul Futbol Club AC., a team from Benito Juarez, Mexico City. His favorite player is Lionel Andrès “Leo” Messia, an Argentine footballer for La Liga club FC Barcelona, who is considered the No. 1 player in the world. Marco Jr. will train at Austin’s Avila Creative Soccer, which has an indoor field, during the summer. jfierro@thepicayune.com

WHERE IN THE HIGHLAND LAKES?

Can you guess where this landmark is? It’s located here in the Highland Lakes. Send your idea to editor@thepicayune.com or call (830) 693-7152. Guesses will not be accepted until delivery of papers begins Tuesday night. Congratulations to Cynthia Horn of Buchanan Dam who correctly identified last week’s photo of the Llano River Bridge in Llano. Watch this space next week for an announcement about the latest winner. STAFF PHOTO

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Harmony’s Summer Music Festival features jazz, Christian music and more BY CONNIE SWINNEY Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — A live music venue will offer the soothing sounds of jazz, folk and Christian music during the fifth annual Harmony School of Creative Arts’ Summer Music Festival. The festival is June 19-21 with shows at Uptown Marble Theater, 218 Main St. Each show starts at 7:30 p.m. “It’s a family-friendly, good

opportunity to expose yourself to something different,” Harmony executive director Barbara Bend said. “It’s a variety. The performers are a number of people we’ve connected with in a number of different venues.” Performers include Pat Harris and Friends on jazz night and Llano’s Lainey Wright, who plays Christian, coffeehouse-style music. “Lainey has a fan base, even as far away as Norway,” Bend said. “She has a really simple, melodic style to

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a lot of her music.” Each year, the event draws a crowd, and the entry fee is a $5 donation. “It is pretty rare. If we lived in Austin, it would be a normal thing,” Bend said. “(The performers) give us a good show. It promotes the arts and draws attention to the program.” Harmony also is offering day camps during the summer, including: n June 17- 21 — culinary arts (at Marble Falls Church of Christ); drawing and painting; sewing; young composers n June 24-28 — Elementary Arts Adventure, 9 a.m.-noon n July 8-12 — dance camp n July 15-19 — dance camp;

IF YOU GO WHAT: Fifth annual Summer Music Festival WHERE: Uptown Marble Theater, 218 Main St. in Marble Falls LINEUP: Pat Harris and Friends, 7:30 p.m. June 19; TBA, June 20; Lainey Wright, 7:30 p.m. June 21 ADMISSION: $5 donation benefits Harmony School of Creative Arts, 1503 Mormon Mill Road in Marble Falls

Lainey Wright of Llano is performing June 21 during the Summer Music Festival at Uptown Marble Theater, 218 Main St. in Marble Falls. COURTESY PHOTO

piano skills and trills (12 and older) n July 22-29 — exploring fine arts (ages 3-6) n July 29-Aug. 2 — creative drama (ages 6-8) n Aug 5-9 — puppets (ages 8-12),

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ART AND LIBRARIES ARTFROG ART ACADEMY

Offers free art classes to students of all ages and abilities. Located at 210 E. Jackson St. in Burnet. Contact Heike Jost at (830) 613-0692 or info@artfrog. org or visit www.artfrog.org.

BUCHANAN ARTS & CRAFTS GALLERY

Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. WednesdaySaturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Located at 17534 Texas 29 East in Buchanan Dam. Call (512) 793-2858 or visit www. buchananartsandcrafts.org.

DOC’S FISH CAMP & GRILL

Live music includes Billy Bahama & Renee, 6:30 p.m. June 13 and 27; Steve & Bill Rives, 7 p.m. June 14; T.J. Broscoff, 7 p.m. June 15; Jenna McDaniel, 6:30 p.m. June 20; Amber Lucille, 7 p.m. June 21; Wake Eastman, 7 p.m. June 22; a special guest, 7 p.m. June 28; and Jamie Hanks & Jodie Proctor, 7 p.m. June 29. Located at RR 1431 West and U.S. 281 in Marble Falls. Call (830) 693-2245.

HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY THEATRE

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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.

HERMAN BROWN FREE LIBRARY

Summer Reading Program activity schedule includes: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mondays through July 18, bring a sack lunch; 10:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays for preschool-aged programs and storytimes; and 10:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays through June 26 for elementary-aged programs. Located at 100 E. Washington St. in Burnet. Call (512) 715-5228 or visit www.hermanbrownlibrary.org.

KINGSLAND BRANCH LIBRARY

Summer Reading Program activity schedule includes: Local Heroes at 10:30 a.m. June 12; Flying Theatre Machine at 10:30 a.m. June 19; and awards program with Joe McDermott at 10:30 a.m. June 28. Other summer programs include: Lunch for Literacy

on Fridays through July 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Lego Club on June 21, July 21 and July 26; and Junior Angler Certification at 10:30 a.m. July 17. Located at 125 Polk St. in Kingsland. Call (325) 388-3170.

LLANO COUNTY LIBRARY

Summer Reading Program activity schedule is through July 25 at 10-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. for all ages. Other summer programs include: Bonzo Crunch Circus Storytime at 2 p.m. June 17; ventriloquist Sandi Sylver at 3 p.m. June 27; and Texas A&M Chemistry Road Show at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. July 2. Located at 102 E. Haynie in Llano. Call (512) 793-6448.

MARBLE FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY

Classics Book Club is 10:30 a.m. the first Wednesday of the month; Mystery Book Club is 1 p.m. the first Thursday; Monday Book Club is 10:15 a.m. the second Monday. Pre-school storytime is 10 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Mother Goose Time for ages infant to 18 months is 10 a.m. Fridays. Located at 101 S. Main St., Marble Falls. Call (830) 693-3023 or visit www.marblefallslibrary.org.

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