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ArtFrog Art Academy moves to Marble Falls with more programs, space and artists after outgrowing Burnet location

BY JARED FIELDS Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — From college students to those living alone, Pat Pucik wants as many people as possible to be aware of their surroundings and safety. That’s why Pucik, owner of Rods, Barrels & Strings, is hosting a free personal safety course July 27. “I think that people need to be aware of their environment and how they can protect themselves in any environment they’re in,” Pucik said. The 10 a.m. class will cover topics such as how to secure your home and travel safety. Pucik said the instructor will bring all materials with him, and those interested need only show up and be ready to take notes. “He’s going to be bringing some videos with him and showing people how to be safe, not only in their home environment, but if traveling, how to use things such as stun guns,” Pucik said, “and, also anything they might have on their person to help protect themselves.” Pucik has hosted classes at the store, 1008 U.S. 281 #103, in the past on topics such as turkey calling and fly fishing. His goal for the personal safety class is to help people protect themselves in a dangerous world. “It’s something I definitely believe in,” he said. “I think anytime I can offer something free to the public that will educate them and help them will be beneficial. I love to be able to do things like that.” jared@thepicayune.com

Vocation vacation Fire captain gives niece first-hand look at rescue career on summer visit BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

Nonprofit offers free art classes to students of all ages and levels BY JARED FIELDS Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — The frog grew too big for the lily pad. For more than a year in its Burnet location, ArtFrog Art Academy provided free classes to students of all ages and abilities. Since moving to downtown Marble Falls in early July, executive director Heike Jost said the lily pad, pond and number

of frogs are all growing. “We are just expanding in programs. We are gaining volunteers by the week almost,” Jost said. “We are expanding in all directions — space-wise, volunteer-wise and program-wise.” ArtFrog Art Academy received its 501(c)(3) status in February after its founding in November 2011. See FALL / Page 3

TOP: Meredith Farley mixes up some dye on her T-shirt project during a recent ArtFrog Art Academy workshop in Marble Falls. The students colored the shirts on a Wednesday but let them soak for two days before revealing their designs on a Friday. STAFF PHOTOS BY DANIEL CLIFTON BOTTOM: Tie-dye workshop leader Herb Morehead (left) assists Isabelle Nash with her T-shirt project while ArtFrog Art Academy volunteer Judy Tull looks on.

‘Bee Czar’ corrals feral hive at Llano’s Badu Park BY CONNIE SWINNEY Picayune Editor

The City of Llano invited Walter Schumacher, the ‘Bee Czar’ of Central Texas, to offer solutions about a feral bee hive thriving in a large oak in Badu Park. STAFF PHOTO BY CONNIE SWINNEY

Marble Falls Fire Rescue Capt. Coy Guenter (left) gave his niece Michala DePamphilis a chance to experience the life of a firefighter when the 18-year-old spent a shift with him and his crew July 10. COURTESY PHOTO

LLANO — Walter Schumacher, known as the “Bee Czar” of Central Texas, not only catches bees, he knows what they’re thinking. “If they bump into you like this, they’re telling you that you have 30 seconds to leave them alone or they’ll sting you,” he said, while standing just inches away from a feral bee hive containing an estimated 250,000 bees in the trunk of

a giant oak at Badu Park. On July 19, Schumacher inspected his bee trap, or “box,” surrounding the main entryway of the hive, located three feet off the ground adjacent to a sidewalk and a parking area. “These bees aren’t aggressive, but they are wild creatures, so you never know how they will act or react,” he said. “The only way to combat that is to relocate the bees. Our belief is you don’t have to kill See BEE / Page 7

MARBLE FALLS — When Michala DePamphilis arrived earlier in July from Connecticut to visit family, she was looking forward to lots of time at the lake, some golfing and other “normal” summer activities. But when your uncle is Marble Falls Fire Rescue Capt. Coy See TEEN / Page 4

Postponed kids rodeo now July 25 MARBLE FALLS — The Burnet County 4-H Horse Club Kids Rodeo has been rescheduled for July 25. The event is 7 p.m. Thursday at the Charley Taylor Arena, 3053 U.S. 281 South. Admission is free. The Kids Rodeo normally kicks off the Marble Falls Pro Rodeo, which was July 19-20, but lightning July 17 forced officials to postpone the event. The rodeo is open to youth of Burnet and surrounding counties with age groups divided into four categories: 8 and under, 9-11 years old, 12-14 years old and 15-18 years old. There is a $10 walk-up late fee for those who didn’t sign up by July 15. Belt buckles will be given to allaround winners in each age group. Trophy halters will be awarded to reserve winners in each age group. Participants will compete in pole bending, goal ribbon run, straightaway barrels, clover leaf barrels and flags.


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The Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service is holding the Central Texas Cow/Calf Clinic and Cooking with Beef Boot Camp 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 22 at Grace Fellowship Church, 2974 U.S. 281 in Lampasas. Clinic topics include fall-winter health concerns; pasture, rangeland and forage insurance; and grass-fed beef and niche markets. The Beef Boot Camp session includes presentations on lean beef, cooking methods, recipe ideas and samples. Both programs conclude with a beef lunch. An individual pre-registration fee of $25 is due on arrival. RSVP by calling the AgriLIFE Extension office in Lampasas at (325) 556-8271 or email rhlusty@ ag.tamu.edu for more information.

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The annual Double Horn homecoming reunion is 11 a.m. July 27 at Marble Falls Church of Christ, 711 Broadway in Marble Falls. Bring a covered dish, a salad, a dessert or other item. Paper goods, water and tea will be provided. Share old photos of Double Horn or past reunions. The Rockvale Cemetery Association meeting will follow at 2 p.m. Members and interested people are invited.

FISH FRY

The 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.

KIDS DAY OUT

Kids Day Out is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 14 at Galloway-Hammond Recreation Center, 1601 U.S. 281 South in Burnet. Individuals or organizations interested in volunteering, hosting an activity/ booth or sponsorship should call Dale Hill at (512) 755-2963.

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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.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

The Lions Club of Kingsland is holding a pancake breakfast 7-11 a.m. Aug. 31 at the Kingsland Convention & Community Center, 3451 Rose Hill Drive in Kingsland. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and younger. The

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menu includes pancakes, sausage, juice, milk and coffee. The breakfast benefits the Lions Camp for handicapped children, the Salvation Army and cancer research. Entertainment will be provided.

PET PALS CLINIC

Pet PALS is holding a low-cost spay/neuter clinic July 27 at 2003 RR 1431 West in Marble Falls. Call for an appointment. Financial assistance is available. Pet owners living in Marble Falls qualify for a free surgery for their animals. Residents in Kingsland might qualify for an ASPCA grant. Call (830) 598-7729 and leave a message. A representative will be in contact to schedule an appointment.

SUPER FUN DAY

Smoking for Jesus Ministry is holding a Super Fun Day fundraiser noon-6 p.m. Aug. 2 at 1804 FM 2342 in Burnet. The event includes 25-cent games, food, puppets, a splash area, movies and prizes. Meal cards are available for $5 each. A Christian talent show is 3 p.m. The entry fee is $5 per act. Preregister by calling Julie at (504) 2514744 or Demaries at (830) 220-0141. A garage sale is 7 a.m. For more on the event or ministry, call (512) 756-1712.

FARMERS’ MARKETS

BERTRAM

The Bertram Farmers’ Market is 3-6:30 p.m. Fridays at 1450 Texas 29 in Bertram. Call (512) 657-1995.

BURNET

The Burnet Farmers’ Market is 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 Gardener Association. Call Bob Carruthers at (512) 793-6958.

LLANO

The Llano Farmers’ Country Market is 8-11 a.m. Saturdays at Crenwelge Park (across from the Llano County Library) in Llano. Call (325) 247-4158.

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n The Marble Falls VFW Post 10376 Farmers’ Market is 9 a.m. until “whenever” Fridays-Sundays at 1001 Veterans Ave. (west of McDonald’s on RR 1431) in Marble Falls. Call (512) 909-3946. n A nonprofit farmers’ market is 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays in the parking lot of Crownover Feed Barn, 1810 RR 1431 West in Marble Falls.

MEETINGS

FELLOWSHIP OF CHURCH WOMEN

The Fellowship of Church Women meets 2 p.m. July 29 at First Lutheran Church, 133 Apollo Drive in Burnet.

Burnet City Council member Mary Jane Shanes will be the speaker. Women of all faiths are invited.

HIGHLAND LAKES DEMOCRATIC WOMEN

The Highland Lakes Democratic Women’s club meets 11:30 a.m. July 25 at Hidden Falls Restaurant, 220 Meadowlakes Drive in Meadowlakes. The guest speaker is Megan Klein of Battleground Texas. Lunch is $12 and includes the entree, a beverage, tax and a tip. Dessert is available for a small donation to the group’s scholarship fund. The group meets 11:30 a.m. the fourth Thursday of the month. Contact marinctx@nctv.com or (830) 693-6135 for reservations.

HIGHLAND LAKES RESPITE CENTER

The Highland Lakes Respite Center for caregivers and loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesdays at First United Methodist Church, 301 E. Graves in Burnet. Call Mary Jane Shanes at (512) 756-9329.

ROCKVALE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION

The Rockvale Cemetery Association meets 2 p.m. July 27 at Marble Falls Church of Christ, 711 Broadway in Marble Falls. Members and interested persons are invited. The Double Horn homecoming reunion is 11 a.m. at the church prior to the meeting. Bring a covered dish, a salad, a dessert or other item. Paper goods, water and tea will be provided. Share old photos of Double Horn or past reunions.

CLASSES

BASIC DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

A free basic digital photography class is 4-6 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Marble Falls Public Library, 101 Main St. in Marble Falls. Contact instructor Ken Lapham at ken@pdgrafix.com or (830) 613-5741.

FOOD MANAGER CERTIFICATION

The Texas AgriLIFE Extension Service is offering the food manager certification training course “Food Safety: It’s Our Business” on Sept. 9-10 at the Llano County Extension Office, 1447 Texas 71 East, Unit E, in Llano. The deadline to register is Aug. 20. The program fee is $125 and includes training, materials and the state food manager certification exam. Call Shea Nebgen at (830) 997-3452.

HARMONY SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS

Create-a-bear workshop for adults is 7-9 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 1, 6 and 8. Basic sewing skills required. Glass fusing/ metal smithing jewelry for adults is 7-9 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 1, 6 and 8. Voice class for adults is 7-8:30 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 1, 6 and 8. Learn the basics for proper singing technique, breathing and posture. Painting technique for adults is 7-9 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 1, 6 and 8. Photography for adults is 7-8:30 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 1, 6 and 8. A digital camera is required (no cell phones.) Creative drama for ages 6-8 is 9 a.m.-noon July 29-Aug. 2. Puppet workshop for ages 8-12 is 9 a.m.noon Aug. 5-9. Cheer and tumble with Debra McIntire for ages 5-12 is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 6-8. Located at 1503 Mormon Mill Road in Marble Falls. Email info@harmonyarts.org or go to www.harmonyarts. org or call (830) 693-1791.

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

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ArtFrog Art Academy students show off their finished tie-dyed shirts July 12 at the academy’s new location in Marble Falls. Pictured are Isabelle Nash (front, left), Leah Nash, Meredith Farley, Lily Youngquist; Megan McVeigh (middle, left), Ashley Youngquist, Emma Youngquist, Aidan McVeigh; Jan Shapland (back, left), Mattie Cryer and Judy Tull. STAFF PHOTO BY JARED FIELDS

Fall classes begin in September FROM PAGE 1 The academy does not charge for its programs or materials and relies on students to “feed the frog,” or offer donations. The new space, 301 Main St. #200 above GG Ganache on Old Oak Square, offers Jost the ability to hold larger and multiple classes. However, the room is not wheelchair accessible, so Jost has partnered with the Marble Falls Public Library and other Main Street businesses to offer more accessible classes. “We will offer two six-week-

Kingsland craft house open for Unfinished Project night July 25 KINGSLAND — Kingsland House of Arts and Crafts members are holding an Unfinished Projects workday 6:30-8:30 p.m. July 25 at the craft house, 112 W. Chamberlain. Crafters are invited to bring in projects with which they need help. Members with experience in knitting, crocheting, jewelry making, painting, cross stitching, needlepoint and sewing will be on hand. Iced tea and cookies will be available. Call the craft house at (325) 3886159 or visit www.kingslandcrafts. com for more information. It is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays and 1-5 p.m. Sundays.

Burnet library offers new children’s programs in August BURNET — The Herman Brown Free Library is offering several children’s programs starting Aug. 1 at 100 E. Washington St. Activities include: n Book readings at 10:30 a.m. Mondays — Elementary-aged children listen to readings of books, including “Freckle Juice” and “Chocolate Fever.” n Preschool storytime at 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays n The Baby and Me program at 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays — The program is for children 2 and younger and their caregivers. n Creative art at 10:30 a.m. Thursdays — Children explore their creativity with art projects such as magazine collages, Lego explosion, watercolor fun and yarn art. Call (512) 715-5228 or visit www. hermanbrownlibrary.org for more.

long classes and two open clubs on Mondays out of the Marble Falls library,” Jost said. Those classes, like all others for the fall semester, begin Sept. 9. With the added space upstairs, Jost said many tadpoles — or students — are offering to teach or volunteer. “We have students now that come and say, ‘You know, since you can have two classes at the same time, I’ll help teach,’” Jost said. Summer kids camps and adult workshops continue into August before fall classes begin in September. Email info@artfrog.org Aug. 30-Sept. 7 to register for the six-week courses.

Jost said she has felt welcomed to Marble Falls and is also looking for others to join the ArtFrog mission. She said the academy is in search of board members and someone to help write for grants. “I’m really proud to say that we have supported ourselves just with students’ donations so far,” she said. “But we want to serve more, and we want to do more and expand even more, so that’s why any help from volunteers would be awesome.” Anyone interested in ArtFrog Art Academy can visit www.artfrog.org or find them on Facebook. jared@thepicayune.com

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“Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka” runs through July 28. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 2:15 p.m. Sundays. Admission is $20 for adults and $9 for students 16 and younger. Group rates are available. For information and reservations, visit www.hcct.org or call the box office at (830) 798-8944. Located at 4003 FM 2147 in Cottonwood Shores.

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MARBLE FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY

Library will be closed through Aug. 26 for renovations. Ebooks and eAudiobooks still available through www. marblefallslibrary.org. Located at 101 S. Main St., Marble Falls. Visit www.marblefallslibrary.org or call (830) 693-3023.

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Computer tutoring by appointment on Mondays; preschool story time is 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays; Home School Book Club is 2 p.m. the first Thursday of the month; Coffee Talks author visits are 1:30 p.m. the second Thursday of the month; the Burnet County Genealogical Society assists with research by appointment on Friday mornings, burnetcgs@gmail. com. Located at 100 E. Washington St. in Burnet. Visit www.hermanbrownlibrary.org or call (512) 715-5228.

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Programs include Lunch for Literacy on Fridays through July 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Lego Club on July 21 and 26; and Junior Angler Certification at 10:30 a.m. July 17. Friends of the Kingsland Library meets 2 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of the month. Open to the public. Admission is free. Call Carol Smith at (325) 388-3415 or Heather High at (325) 388-6939. Storytime Connection for toddlers to 5 years is 10:30 a.m. and for school-aged children 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Located at 125 Polk St. in Kingsland. Visit http://kingslandlibrary.blogspot.com or call (325) 3883170.

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More competitors are expected for LakeFest; discount tickets on sale BY JARED FIELDS Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — Drag-boat racing fans don’t have much longer to wait for the annual Marble Falls LakeFest on Aug. 9-11. Julia Adams, events coordinator for the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce, said the number of boats expected to race on Lake Marble Falls is up from last year. “We had 120 last year, and we’re expecting from 130 to 150,” Adams said. That includes six in the fastest Top Fuel Hydro class, Adams said. For locals, Adams said discounted tickets are available at H-E-B, 1503 RR 1431 West, until July 28. Also, those interested in volunteering during LakeFest can call Jean Eades

of the Marble Falls Visitors Center at (830) 693-4449. Fans are welcome to attend Show & Shine in Johnson Park, 230 Ave. J South, to get an up-close view of the boats and their crews 6-9 p.m. Aug. 9. Adams said Johnson Park also will be filled with the sounds of live music that weekend. The Texas K.G.B plays Aug. 9, and Allen Ray, and Southern Comfort perform Aug. 10. Roadwork on Buena Vista Drive

is expected to be complete in time for LakeFest weekend, Adams said. “They’re working very diligently to get it done, and I think it will get done,” she said. Organizers are moving the front gate to the corner of Main and Yett streets this year. Adams said the skate park on Yett Street will not be accessible during the weekend for skaters. Visit www.marblefallslakefest. com for more information. jared@thepicayune.com

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Guenter, you can expect something different. And on July 10-11, Guenter threw her a curve when he invited his niece to spend a shift with him and his crew at Marble Falls Fire Rescue. “I was completely surprised,” DePamphilis said. “It was a great way to spend the last week here.” DePamphilis, 18, is no stranger to firefighting. She recently completed a fire cadet academy in Connecticut and has been exploring a career as a firefighter. She has an uncle and aunt back home who are firefighters as well. Guenter saw the opportunity to show his niece what life was like in a firehouse and what the crew does throughout the day. “She wants to be a career firefighter, so this seemed like a chance to give her a taste of it,” Guenter said. While “on duty,” DePamphilis underwent daily training with the crew. The firefighters showed her how to handle the various equipment, including air packs. She even rode out on calls, including a major house fire in Granite Shoals on July 10.

But she never went near the blaze or donned bunker gear. “We have a protocol for these, so she was always back off and safe,” Guenter said. She wasn’t just watching though. DePamphilis doled out water, handed out equipment and helped firefighters change air packs and other things. And when it was all done, she rolled up fire hoses. Despite the heat and the hard and dirty work, DePamphilis still looks to become a full-fledge firefighter in the future. The experience with her uncle and the Marble Falls Fire Rescue crew only cemented that goal. “The experience made me realize I really want to become a firefighter,” she said. DePamphilis plans on studying fire science in college and, hopefully, to land a spot in a fire department. Plus, she got to spend some time with an uncle she doesn’t see but every couple of years. “This is something I’ll remember for a lifetime,” Guenter said. “I got to hand down a little knowledge and spend some great quality time with her.” daniel@thepicayune.com


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Bee Czar has relocated hives in Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay FROM PAGE 1 the bee hive.” The Bee Czar primarily works with Austin-area clients and has relocated hives at residences in Horseshoe Bay and Marble Falls. The City of Llano invited Schumacher, who operates Austinbased Central Texas Bee Rescue, to offer solutions about the growing hive. “We have comments from people who jog here in the city park and some who park here. They said they’ve been attacked by bees,” Llano City Manager Brenton Lewis said. “We’re just trying to address it. We don’t want to kill the bees because they are very important for pollination.”

Over several years, the hive has stretched farther into the large oak. Concerns include damage to the tree as well as a growing number of bees. The pesky feral bee hive in the popular park could turn into a profitable venture should city leaders buy into Schumacher’s proposal to relocate and grow the colony into a “mini-apiary” in another more remote area of the park. An apiary is collection of bee hives used for pollination and harvesting honey. “We have play parks not 200 yards from here. If we were to look at this venture of 100 or so bee hives, we would need to make sure they’re in a safe place and we’re not putting children in danger,” Mayor Mike Virdell said. “We do have quite a bit of river

frontage here that we can take a look at this project.” As much as 30 percent of feral bee colonies have disappeared over the past several decades, and the number of bees are declining, Schumacher said. “People have co-existed with honey bees for thousands and thousands of years,” he said. “People who have been organically gardening for 40 years, they can’t get cucumbers to grow because they don’t have bees.” The Bee Czar believes communities must nurture hives and avoid destroying them to preserve the symbiotic relationship between humans and bees. “Einstein theorized that four years after the extinction of the honey bee,

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The Intensity Track Club relay team has Gilbert of Westwood High School taking the first leg, followed by Ellis-Byerly of Bowie High School and Lewis running the second and third legs and Walker of Austin Crockett High School wrapping things up on the fourth leg. Though Lewis enjoys competing in individual events such as the hurdles, she finds being part of a team event very rewarding. “It’s fun to win all together as a team,” she said. “It’s great because you get to share that experience with your teammates.” The meet is July 28-Aug. 2 at Eastern Michigan University. While they are the third fastest qualifying team at the meet, Lewis said they have higher expectations. “I think we can do better than third,” she said. “I think we can go for the gold this year.” Like coach, like team. daniel@thepicayune.com

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AUSTIN — On her own, Marble Falls High School student-athlete Sarah Lewis is fast. But as part of a mile-relay team, she knows the entire squad is even faster and stronger. “When you’re part of a team like this, you always want to push yourself and run faster,” she said. “You don’t want to let anybody down.” Lewis, who is running with the Intensity Track Club this summer, knows the next meet brings even more pressure. She and her teammates — Christy Gilbert, Avery Ellis-Byerly and Desirae Walker — head into the Amateur Athletic Union National Junior Track and Field meet with the third fastest qualifying time in the nation. Lewis, who plays volleyball and runs track for Marble Falls, competed in the Texas University Interscholastic League State Track and Field Championships in May. It was a great experience for the the Lady Mustang. But instead of feeling satisfied with the accomplishment, she continued to push herself. Her mother, Jeannie Lewis, said one way was to surround herself with some of the best athletes in Central Texas. “The kids at (Intensity Track Club) are some of the fastest in the area, if not the state,” Jeannie Lewis said. Sarah agreed. “It’s more elite,” she said. “The athletes are really good, and they motivate me to work hard so I’ll get to where I want to be. And I’d like to get a scholarship to run for a college.” And the Intensity Track Club coach, well, she probably exemplifies the

club’s name. Coach Carlette Guidry is a two-time Olympic gold medalist. She won gold in the 1992 and the 1996 games as part of the United States women’s 4x100 team. Sarah Lewis understands the level of commitment her coach demands. “Our workouts are intense,” the youth said with a laugh. “It’s not just the name of the club, it’s how we’re expected to train.” The Lewises travel into Austin four times a week during the summer for the Marble Falls athlete to work out at Austin High School. As a track athlete, Lewis ran the mile relay and the 400meter hurdles in AAU competitions. In fact, she was poised to head to the national meet in both events during the national qualifying competition in late June at Converse High School stadium in San Antonio. During the 400-meter hurdles, Lewis was holding strong in fourth place (the top four advance to the national meet), but, then, she stumbled. “My toe caught the last hurdle,” she said. Lewis finished well out of national contention. Still, she and her mile-relay teammates made the national show by winning the qualifying meet with a time of 4 minutes 0.18 seconds. On the surface, designing a mile-relay squad would seem rather simple. Find the four fastest sprinters and put them on the track. But Lewis said there is a strategy on how the coaches, including Guidry, devise the lineup. “The first leg you want to have somebody who can get a lead,” she said. “The second and third, you want runners who can hold that lead. And in the final leg, you probably want your fastest runner because she’ll bring it home.”

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“One of the reasons we started the recreational leagues and recreational program was so people had a reason to get moving. It’s also a way to keep young adults and kids out of trouble.” The activities include a co-ed volleyball tournament and an obstacle race featuring parts of Burnet as the course. And one of the biggest events is the Dodge Ball Cash Tournament on Aug. 3. Organizers believe the payout easily will be about $500 or more, depending on the number of teams that register. “This will be our third dodgeball tournament, but it’s the one that really counts,” Lopez said. The Mad Dawg staff hosted two previous tournaments, which didn’t feature cash payouts, after several people asked them about sponsoring one. The response, Lopez said, was incredible. “At the last one (June 28), we had probably 23 teams,” he said. “Everybody had a great time.” The dodgeball tournament will be held at Burnet Middle School, 1401 N. Main St. Lopez said the tournament should begin about 10 a.m. The entry fee is $150 per team. The format includes a seven-person squad on the court (with a two-female minimum) and two substitutes. It’s a total of nine people per team. Before everybody gets ahead of themselves, the next tournament is a co-ed volleyball tournament July

27 at the Burnet Middle School. The tournament starts at 9 a.m. Each team must have a minimum of two females on the court at all times. The entry fee is $100 per squad. It’s a double-elimination tournament, Lopez said. On July 31, Mad Dawg Fitness will hold a coaches meeting for an upcoming flag football league that starts Aug. 13. Lopez said the league typically runs for six weeks. “This is our fifth or sixth league, and the response has been great,” he said. “We did a women’s (flag football league) before, and we’d like to get more women involved this time, so we can keep that going.” For those looking for a challenge, they might want to sign up for the Mad Dawg Obstacle Run on Aug. 17. Lopez and Mad Dawg Fitness co-owner Sonny Wilson have helped train several people for the various obstacle courses such as the Spartan Race. Now, they’re bringing the sport home for a little Burnet competition. The race starts at the Mad Dawg Fitness Gym, 404 E. League St., but takes competitors around the neighborhood, where organizers have laid out several obstacles. “The last time we had a big inflatable water slide people had to climb up and go down,” Lopez said. “We had a wall they had to crawl over. Then, we set up a tire challenge, which we followed with making them PICAYUNE CONTEST

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do burpees. It’s tough, but it’s fun.” And that’s the whole idea behind the different events. While it’s easy, and seems more fun, to just crash in front of the TV or play computer games all day, organizers want people to realize how enjoyable being active can be. Plus, participants become part of the larger community, whether it’s a group of folks who love to rehash old gym-class days by hurling balls at one another or people who toss themselves over walls and through obstacles. People don’t have to be a member of Mad Dawg Fitness to participate in any of the recreational events. “You just (have to) want to come out and have fun,” Lopez said. Go to www.maddawgfit.com for more information or check out the gym’s Facebook page for regular updates. People also can call Lopez at (512) 705-2458 or Wilson at (830) 613-0522. daniel@thepicayune.com

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State honors Burnet group for efforts to protect history BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

BURNET — The members of the Burnet County Historical Commission lead the way when it comes to preserving and conserving local historical resources. They don’t do it for money. They don’t do it for the spotlight. But they do it. “We just believe in preserving these county treasures for everybody,” said Caryl Calsyn, the county historical commission chairwoman. “I don’t like to see history destroyed. And protecting it is something we’re all very passionate about.” The Texas State Historical Commission recognized that passion and the hard work the Burnet County organization poured into protecting local history resources. On July 9, the state presented the Burnet County Historical Commission with the Distinguished Service Award for 2012. “We didn’t set out for an award, but we’re very happy with it,” Calsyn said. Texas has a unique historical commission set-up. While the Texas State Historical Commission has governor-appointed commissioners setting its policies, the county units operate under the auspices of county commissioners courts. “The county historic commissions do so much across the state of Texas,” said Amy Hammons of the state commission. “These county commissions are the ones who really protect those local historic resources. And the Burnet County Historic Commission has really done some great work.” Calsyn said the local commissions really lead the battle to save historical resources. “We help people get historical markers, learn how to protect a piece of history and just protect those parts of history we can’t afford to lose,” she said. Calsyn’s introduction into the value of local history started several years ago when she found a home in Marble Falls she wanted to renovate. She purchased the 1890s-era house knowing it had a great deal of his-

Members of the Burnet County Historical Commission accept the Distinguished Service Award from the Texas Historical Commission. The local commission is made up of volunteers who work at protecting, preserving and promoting county historical resources. Accepting the award were Carroll McCoy (front, left), Carole Goble, Lela Goar, Caryl Calsyn, Faye Dockery; John Potts (back, left), Burnet County Precinct 2 Commissioner Russell Graeter and Burnet County Precinct 3 Commissioner Ronny Hibler. COURTESY PHOTO tory. But it wasn’t until Calysn was approached by Marble Falls historian Madolyn Fraser that she learned the complete story. That’s all it took to get Calsyn excited about, not just her home’s history, but the county’s history. In the Burnet County Historical Commission, she found like-minded and dedicated people. Over the years, the county historical commission has worked hard to protect historic structures, cemeteries, locations and even stories. “We still have a lot of things we’re working on,” Calsyn said. One project is the Fuch’s house in the Horseshoe Bay area of Burnet County. The city of Horseshoe Bay has agreed to accept the home, but it still needs plenty of work. The historic commission will work with the city to preserve the home. Calysn said the organization is working with the owner of the “Bluebonnet house” located on U.S. 281 just north of Marble Falls. The house earned the moniker because of the bluebonnets that erupt each spring around the structure. On particularly good wildflower years, photographers set up along the property line on the highway to capture the beauty of the flowers against the historic building. The group is also working to pre-

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serve the Craddock house in Burnet. Last year, the state commission recognized the Burnet County Historic Commission’s projects such as assisting in the approval of markers for two cemeteries — Gillum and Stringtown; working to save the Craddock house; hosting a heritage tourism program; participating in several marker-dedication ceremonies; applying for grants for two bridge projects and the old county jail project; and assisting with events and school tours. With all the local historic commission does, many people might not even be aware it exists. Hammons said that’s one of the reasons behind the Distinguished Service Award and other honors the state commission bestows on local groups.

“The people on these county commissions are from that quiet generation,” she said. “They do all this work, but they really don’t tell anybody about it. So, we want people to know what this county (historic) commission and the members do. Without them, we would probably lose a tremendous amount of our local and county historical resources.” The county historical commissions are made up of volunteers appointed by county commissioners courts. The state agency estimated the work local commission members do has a monetary value of about $8.8 million. As a volunteer, Calsyn doesn’t concern herself too much with the monetary value of the commission’s service. It’s all about the task at hand. “We want to protect these pieces of history before they’re destroyed,” she said. “Because once they’re gone,

we can never get them back.” Go to www.thc.tx.us for more information on the state and local historic commissions. daniel@thepicayune.com

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The County of Burnet is dedicated to minimizing the loss of life and property that is associated with flooding events, and providing residents with a safe environment to live, work, and play. Education and prevention are valuable and proven tools that help communities become resistant to natural disasters. If you own property in a floodplain or live in a floodplain or flood risk area, you are at an increased risk of flooding. Now is the perfect time to make sure you are knowledgeable on how to protect yourself and your property for the next major storm. The main water source is the Highland Lakes watershed. The county is susceptible to riverine flooding, as well as urban flooding such as low lying areas and street flooding and flash flooding. In recent years, one major event has affected Burnet County; 18 inches of rain drenched Marble Falls in a matter of hours, flash floods destroyed homes and businesses turning streets into rivers. This flyer gives you some ideas of what you can do to protect yourself. The Emergency Notification System (ENS) is an automated emergency notification tool which enables authorized public safety personnel in the CAPCOG region to notify citizens only in an emergency situation where property or human life is in jeopardy. The public may register their cellular telephone number through a web-based application by following the instructions provided at http://wireless.capcog.org. You may contact the CAPCOG Homeland Security Division at (512) 916-6035. The Floodgate Operations Notification Service (FONS) offered from LCRA will email and/or call subscribers with a recorded message to alert them that floodgate operations are expected to begin or have begun. The public may register through a web-based application by following the instructions provided at http://www.lcra.org/water/flood/fons.html.

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County Flood Services - The first thing you should do is check your flood hazard. Flood maps and flood protection references are available at the County of Burnet Environmental Services Department. They can give you more information, such as depth of flooding over a building’s first floor and past flood problems in the area and copies of Elevation Certificates on buildings built in the floodplain since 1991. If requested, the floodplain manager will visit a property to review its flood problem and explain ways to stop flooding or prevent flood damage. Call the Department at 512-7565437. These services are free. If you are in a floodplain or have had a flood, drainage or sewer backup problem, check out these sources of assistance. What You Can Do - Several of the County’s efforts depend on your cooperation and assistance. Here is how you can help:

Drainage - Do not dump or throw anything into the ditches or streams. Even grass clippings and branches accumulate and plug channels. A plugged channel cannot carry water and when it rains the water has to go somewhere. Every piece of trash contributes to flooding. If your property is next to a ditch or stream, please do your part and keep the banks clear of brush and debris. The county’s maintenance program can help remove major blockages such as downed trees. If you see dumping or debris in the ditches or streams, contact Environmental Services Department at 512-7155260. Permits - Always check with the County’s Environmental Services Department before you build on, alter, regrade, or fill on your property. A permit is required to ensure that projects do not cause problems on other properties. If you see building or filling without a County permit sign posted, contact the Environmental Services Department at 512-715-5260. FEMA has funding resources for structures that have repetitive losses to help you protect yourself and your property from future flooding

Flood Insurance - If you don’t have flood insurance, talk to your insurance agent. Homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover damage from floods. However, because County of Burnet participates in the National Flood Insurance Program, you can purchase a separate flood insurance policy. This insurance is backed by the Federal government and is available to everyone, even for properties that have been flooded. Some people have purchased flood insurance because it was required by the bank when they got a mortgage or home improvement loan. Usually these policies just cover the building’s structure and not the contents. During the kind of flooding that happens, there is usually more damage to the furniture and contents than there is to the structure.

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

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Don’t wait for the next flood to buy insurance protection. There is a 30-day waiting period before National Flood Insurance Program coverage takes effect. Contact your insurance agent for more information on rates and coverage.

Flood Safety Do not walk through flowing water - Drowning is the number one case of flood deaths, mostly during flash floods. Currents can be deceptive; six inches of moving water can knock you off your feet. If you walk in standing water, use a pole or stick to ensure that the ground is still there. Do not drive through a flooded area - More people drown in their cars than anywhere else. Do not drive around road barriers; the road or bridge may be washed out. Stay away from power lines and electrical wires - The number two flood killer is electrocution. Electrical current can travel through water. Report downed power lines to the Power Company. Have your electricity turned off by the Power Company - Some appliances, such as television sets, keep electrical charges even after they have been unplugged. Don’t use appliances or motors that have gotten wet unless they have been taken apart, cleaned, and dried. Look out for animals, especially snakes - Small animals that have been flooded out of their homes may seek shelter in yours. Use a pole or stick to poke and turn things over and scare away small animals. Look before you step - After a flood, the ground and floors are covered with debris including broken bottles and nails. Floors and stairs that been covered with mud can be very slippery. Be alert for gas leaks - Use a flashlight to inspect for damage. Don’t smoke or use candles, lanterns, or open flames unless you know the gas has been turned off and the area has been ventilated.

LAWNSCAPES by Sean - Lawn maintenance, tree trimming, new landscaping, hauling & handyman services. 16 years experience. No job too small! 830-265-2569

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PART-time Secretary/Bookkeeper, 25-30 hours p/w. Contact Fellowship Baptist Church 830-693-0710. Kathy@marblefallsfellowship.org 520 Child Care

830-613-8359

FELLOWSHIP Baptist Church is looking for Nursery worker for Sunday morning, 830-693-0710

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525 Clubs, Restaurants

525 Clubs, Restaurants

Now Hiring

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Must Have Managers Experience

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525 Clubs, Restaurants

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Dishwasher, prep & kitchen help needed full time. Restaurant located in Cottonwood Shores. 830-822-0092 540 Help Wanted

SO CIAL SERVICE Plans and directs a com prehensive socialservice program ,provides supportfor resident/fam ilies, coordinates adm issions and discharges,liaison/advocate betw een residentand/or fam ilies to ensure residents rights are m aintained,provides therapeutic intervention,perform s initial evaluation/assessm entofeach residentand docum ents.

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Weekend Receptionist! Granite Mesa Health Center

is to fill the position of part time weekend receptionist for Saturday and Sunday 8:00am till 6:30pm. The primary responsibility is answering phones and doing some basic clerical/computer tasks. Candidate must be able to multitask, attention details, and be able to work in a fast paced environment. This position is perfect for an individual who wants to work part time and wants to make difference. We will complete background checks and drug testing. E -mail resume to kalvis@granitemesahealth.com Fax resume to (830) 693-2322, or visit our facility and fill out an application in person .

Kerri Alvis, HR Manager (830) 693-0022 Granite Mesa Health Center 1401 Max Copeland Drive Marble Falls, TX

NOW HIRING! CNA’S

G ARAG E S A L E S 705 Bertram Area

727 Horseshoe Bay

745 Marble Falls Area

DOUBLE Estate Sale! Legacy Estate Sales hosts two estates in one. Friday, Saturday & Sunday. July 26th, 27th & 28th. 8:00am-6:00pm. 201 Lakeshore Rd. We take Cash, Checks & CC.

MULTI-FAMILY Garage Sale, July 25th & 26th, 9:00am-4:00pm. Lots of misc., Men & Woman clothing, Furniture, Golf Club, Golf Car, Collectible China, CC accepted for $20.00 or more. 468 RR 2831, HSB by Reclamation Center.

BEFORE you search for that next garage sale...put the Picayune Area Wide Phone Book in your car! Detailed maps of the entire Highland Lakes

715 Burnet Area BURNET indoor/outdoor flea market. 2791 HWY 29W. Tues.-Sun. Indoor vendor space available. Outdoor vendors welcome Fri.- Sun. 512-756-8514

735 Kingsland Area MARKET Days. First Saturday. 2212 RR 1431, KIngsland. Space available for vendors. Call for information. 830-613-8787

HUGE Sale, 1001 Brazos St, Marble Falls, Friday & Saturday, 26th & 27th, 8:30-? New waffle maker, clothes & sheets, something for everyone! HUGE Multi-Family Yard Sale Furniture, Clothes, Jewelry, lots of misc. Friday, Saturday & Sunday. July 26th, 27th & 28th. 7:30am to dark. Lots of new stuff everyday. 1202 Colorado Dr., Marble Falls.

HUGE Sale: July 27th, 1839 CR 100, Burnet (Oak Vista Subdivision). Furniture, tools, collectables, video games, paintball guns & equipment. 8am-?

ELECTRIC Keyboard, Stand & Bench, Christmas decorations, custom Jewelry, Collectables, etc. 5032 River Oaks. July 26th & 27th, 8:00am-?

BACK to school sale, antique bedroom set, tools, something for everyone. Saturday July 27th, 8:00am-?. 1008 East League, Community Building.

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735 Kingsland Area

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Saturday July 27th, 8:00am-3:00pm, 16ft. Swimming Pool, 3 Door Commercial Frame, Brass bed Frame with Mattress & much more... 1306 Sherrard. GARAGE Sale, Friday & Saturday, July 26th & 27th, 8:00am-3:00pm. Lots of Clothes on every size for boy & girl. Woman, Men & Teenagers clothes. Toys, Shoes & Brand New items. 217 Valley Dr. Burnet.

RUMMAGE SALE WEDNESDAY

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1803 HWY 1431 W MARBLE FALLS, TX

BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS!! Over 1500 books. Lane Recliner Couch & Loveseat, neutral color. Blackhawk king-size wall unit & dresser, made of Appalachian red-wood. Book shelves. CD/DVD racks. Barbie & Ken dolls. Wave-8 infrared space heater. Clothing (no children’s). Tools. Band saw. Lawn mower & other lawn equipment. Power washer. Luggage. Lots of knick-knacks and kitchen items. Shipping supplies. See full list & pictures on Craig’s List. Sold our house, closed down our book business, downsizing to a motorhome. 301 Riverside Drive, Kingsland TX 78639 in Lakewood Forest III at the end of FM 2545 Friday, July 26 8-5pm • Saturday, July 27 8-1pm

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PART TIME. Must be State licensed with excellent interpersonal, organizational & computer skills, for maintaining care plan notes, documentation, social intervention, etc. Call our Administrator or Don

(325) 247-4115 or apply in person.

HILL COUNTRY HEALTH CARE CENTER

507 East Green Street, Llano EOE / MFHV

Flex ible W o r k S c h ed u les C o m petitiv e P ay We are now hiring dependable, energetic home healthcare providers in the Johnson City & Blanco area. CNAs welcome but not required.

3727 W RR 1431 • Kingsland Apply in person or e-mail resume to janet.leubner@pcitexas.net - EOE

NOW HIRING! COMPETITIVE PAY & BENEFITS! 7-11 in Horseshoe Bay Now hiring Sales Associates for 1st and 2nd shifts and a cleaning person for our store. 6-month minimum experience required.

Apply within 8000 W. FM 2147

EXPERIENCED Irrigation Tech., must have knowledge of landscaping and valid driver license. Good Pay, long hours. 817-896-8012

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JOB FAIR IN MARBLE FALLS 2510 US HWY 281, Suite 101, Marble Falls, TX 78654 Friday, July 26, 2013 9AM-12PM

Know. Grow. Go.

Be a part of Faith Academy’s loving Christian environment for the 2013-2014 school year. We are looking for part-time teachers in the following areas:

6th grade English, 6th grade Social Studies, U.S. History, Government/Economics, Anatomy & Physiology

Call 830-798-1333 or email

faith@famf.org for more information Employment

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HELP Wanted: job includes sandblasting, cutting, grinding metal. Call Douglas Sculpture. 830-693-3036, 830-798-2241

ADMINISTRATIVE Asst. needed; Must be proficient in all Word programs, graphics & photo programs. Being detailed, accurate & good with figures imperative. Jeanette Martin 512793-3400, RE/MAX Lakes and Hills.

PART Time landscaper needed for Camp Balcones Springs. Must be plant & grass knowledgeable, self motivated & work well with others. Can set your own hours. Call Joy or email resume to jbrazziel@texasretreat.com THRIFT Store manager part time position. Must be experienced in store management. 20hrs/week. Salary + commission. Send resume to Joann Cole Mitte Memorial Library, 170 N. Gabriel St. Bertram, TX 78605 or email to friendsbertramlibrary@gmail.com PEETE Mesquite needs counter help. 11-7:30, Tuesday - Saturday. Nonsmokers preferred. $9.00/hr DOE. Apply at 2407 Hwy 281. LAKE Country Lanes is accepting applications for Front Desk/Cafe. Apply in person 112 N. Ridge Road. 830-693-4311

If attending job fair, please bring a copy of your application. Must be able to pass all background screens.

PART-TIME Children’s Minister. 15-20 hours p/w. Passionate, committed faith in Jesus Christ. Demonstrated gifts in ministering to children. contact Fellowship Baptist Church, 830-693-0710. Kathy@marblefallsfellowship.org

STYLIST wanted, The Nail Gallery of Marble Falls is looking for an established or new motivated stylist. Contact Summer at 512-7556550 SETON Highland Lakes Environmental Services is seeking housekeepers to join our team! Apply online. www.seton.net FURNITURE Sales Position. Apply in person. By appointment only. Salary plus bonus. Insurance benefits. Highland Furniture Center. 1500 Hwy. 1431 Marble Falls, Texas HELP wanted: Experienced tree climbers needed. Must be willing to learn. 325-388-3781 MAINTENANCE technician : must have experience in HVAC, electrical, plumbing, painting, general repairs. Email resume to jnorman@wbco.net or fax to 830-693-8421 DRIVER - CDL. Experience preferred, but will train. Drug testing required. Roye’s Disposal Service, Spicewood, TX 1-512-264-1019

KBEY-FM is looking for part-time technical producers responsible for controlling the board and all studio devices in a fast paced and changing live sports environment and remote broadcasts. Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). The ability to effectively communicate with multiple people: anchors, engineers and field reporters. Responsibilities: Coordinates all local and network audio. Operation of remote broadcast devices. Generating content through audio editing and production and operation of broadcast equipment. Other duties as assigned. If you are interested in a career in broadcasting, this is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door. For more information contact Ed Chandler, Operations Manager, K-BEY-FM in Marble Falls. Call 830-693-7152 ext 128 between 10am and 5pm, Monday thru Friday. K-BEY-FM is an equal opportunity employer. IMMEDIATELY opening available! Experienced Sales Specialists needed for a Fortune 50 Company. Competitive pay-salary plus commission. Benefits package with 401K. Apply now at careers.lowes.com or at your local Lowe’s store! 550 Medical

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Weekend

RN

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS All shifts for CNA. Must be state certified or licensed. We offer a highly competitive pay rate & benefits available for full time employees. Call our Administrator or DON at (325) 247-4115, or apply in person:

HILL COUNTRY HEALTHCARE

507 East Green St. Llano

Equal Oppty Employer/MFHV

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Employment

Merchandise

Rentals

Rentals

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550 Medical

605 Antiques

900 Apartments

900 Apartments

935 Houses

GRANITE MESA HEALTH CENTER

BURNET ANTIQUE MALL ON THE SQUARE

A skilled nursing facility in Marble Falls is seeking quality driven staff for the following position:

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BURNET: 2BR & 3BR Homes; preferred north side; highly rated Burnet School district; Great selection; from $695/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

CNAs

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MARBLE FALLS: 1st Month Free Construction Discount; 1600 & 1604 Stony Ridge Court; new owners; 2BR-1.5BA apartments; over 900 sq ft; remodeled and ready for move in! 1st Month Free with 1 Year Lease; limited time offer; from $610/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

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This is your opportunity to join our professional and dedicated team! If you are looking for a unique work environment that focuses on excellence,

610 Appliances

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or fax resume to (830) 693-2322.

Or visit our facility and fill out an application in person.

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Kerri Alvis, HR Manager (830) 693-0022 1401 Max Copeland Drive Marble Falls, TX

ADON POSITION RN required HIGHLY MOTIVATED RN TO WORK ON OUR TEAM... NEEDS TO BE A SELF STARTER WITH 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LONG TERM CARE. SIGN ON BONUS

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Gun & Knife Show

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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:

830-637-7203 and leave your contact information.

3451 Rose Hill Drive

July 27 & 28 Buy - Sell - Trade

For more information call 210-827-6302

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PERSONAL Economics Group now recruiting: Dynamic, Driven, Entrepreneurial, Financial Professionals in the Highland Lakes area. Group 1 & Series 7 preferred. 214-455-8419 580 Positions Wanted

NEED an experienced certified CNA for Home Care in Marble Falls & Horseshoe Bay Area? Text name & number to 325-245-7221. Merchandise 605 Antiques

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.

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2BDRM/2BA, washer/dryer connections. 721 Willowood in Kingsland; $595/month + $595/deposit. 917453-0461 or 917-968-5463

F R EE CA BL E TV & W A TER Recently rem odeled, clean, cute. CH /CA. W /D connections, stove, refrigerator, dishw asher. 2 bedroom /1bath. $640/m o. N o pets.

650 Miscellaneous PALLETS for Free! Come to the Picayune Newspapers office, 1007 Avenue K, Marble Falls 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. FOR Sale: 2 adjacent cemetery plots. Lakeland Hills Memorial Park, Park Rd 4, Burnet. $1400 each. 210-241-7902 4 SALE Four Curbed City Cemetery Lots. Call 830-693-1094 Bob. LED CHRISTMAS Tree, 4 Drawer full-sized File Cabinet, 16 speed Blender, Hydro Farm, Framed Fiesta Poster 1994. 830-265-6956

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560 Professional

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MF 281 North Office $375.00 included utilities & signage, shared waiting area, kitchen & restrooms. 512-507-6883.

MEADOWLAKES 2bdrm/2ba/2car. No smoking, no pets. $1150/mo. $1500 deposit. 512-589-1830

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

SHOPS @ 2900 taking applications for vendors to rent space. Shoppers welcome. Come browse our awesome shops. 1410 HWY. 2900 Kingsland. 325-388-3888

TOWN HOMES: 3/2, all appliances, privacy fence in Bertram. $900 512355-3830

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Kingsland Community Center

OFFICE Space: from $250/mo. All utilities & internet access included. Office Center @ 2900. 325-388-3888

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FURNISHED Apt. for rent with access to LBJ, 1/1 park model, $650/ mo. rent, $200/deposit. AC, heat, electric, water, sewer, trash, lawn care & satellite TV included, Kingsland 325-388-6331.

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UNDER New Management - 2bdrm/ 1ba, washer/dryer connections, CH/ CA. No pets allowed! Six month lease/references. Stoney Ridge/ Sunset Apartments 830-693-7646 KINGSLAND: Apartments, Duplexes, 4plexes. 2/1 & 2/2 from $525 to $650. Includes water, trash,& sewage. www.sungold.us Sungold Properties. 325-388-3888 STUDIO apartment: 1bdrm/1ba, ceramic tile floors & countertops, refrigerator, range, dishwasher, microwave, washer & dryer. Redbud Gardens, Bertram, TX. 512-355-2844 BURNET: 2BR-1BA; $300 Off 1st Month’s Rent Move-in Special! Washer-dryer included; preferred north side; from $610/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

KINGSLAND: 2bdrm/2ba. Newly repainted, tiled, CH/CA, yard maintained, & washer/dryer hookup. 830997-5522 PECAN VALLEY available July 1st. 2bdrm/2ba/2, with study. Energy efficient, yard maintained & storage building. Covered patio. No pets. 830-385-2613. KINGSLAND: 2bdrm/2ba duplex. 802 Redwood. Vaulted ceilings, oak cabinets, good location, newly remodeled. $550/mo. Section 8 welcome. 512-410-4581 h322@gmx. com 3BDRM/2BA OPEN floor plan, tile flooring, custom cabinets. 996 Hi Circle West, Horseshoe Bay. Available August 1. Small pets OK. $975/mo. 512-585-4942 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath. Fenced in yard. 1731 Greenwood, Kingsland. $500 deposit, $575 per month. 325-956-9089 Duplex 2bdrm/1.5ba, 1 car garage with fenced in privacy backyard, 2 story, 500 Steve Hawkins Parkway. $850 month, $850 deposit. Keith 512-410-4581 935 Houses

MEADOWLAKES 3BR/2.5BA

Very nice home, fenced backyard. 2 car garage. $1750/mo Thelen & Associates R.E. Call Wayne at 512-755-3900

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MARBLE FALLS — As the saying goes, “The third time’s the charm.” For music producer Bob Linder, it could mean a Grammy in his future. “We’ve been nominated for both the previous CDs, but we didn’t win,” Linder said with a grin. “It’s always better to win.” On June 24, Tierra Studios of Houston released its third CD in the Texas Jazz Masters series, Gary Weldon’s “Every Day Ain’t Friday.” Linder, a Marble Falls resident, produced all three CDs. The first two CDs in the series, Larry Slezak’s “No Worries” and Thomas Hulten’s “Slide Side,” earned Grammy nominations for various parts. In 2010, Linder earned a Grammy nomination as Producer of the Year for his work on “Slide Side.” Linder, who has a long musical history, including conducting symphonies and working on television shows, found himself wearing a producer’s hat several years ago after the owner of Tierra Studios approached him about putting together the jazz series. Up until that point, Linder had done many things in the music business, but producing wasn’t among them. “In this business,” Linder said, “you never say ‘no.’” So with the studio owner’s blessing and backing, Linder went to work. Producing, Linder explained, basically makes him responsible for the entire package, including selecting the soloists, hiring the musicians, deter-

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mining which tracks to use and even wrapping the CDs. Well, maybe not wrapping the CDs themselves, but pretty close to it. Though Linder spent many years of his career with symphonies and more classical styles, he ventured off into jazz a few times. During those times, he built up relationships with jazz musicians. So when he began putting together the three-CD series that celebrates Houston-style jazz, Linder reached out to those in the business. While bands and musical groups spend lots of time performing and rehearsing together, jazz soloists don’t always work with the same musicians every time. So as Linder built groups of musicians around Weldon or the other two jazz musicians, he had to make sure they had the time to work together before actually recording tracks. “It takes about a year to produce an album like this one,” Linder said in reference to Weldon’s “Every Day Ain’t Friday.” “These musicians may know

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each other or even performed together at one time, but it’s not something they do regularly. So there’s a lot of rehearsing.” The musicians, both the soloist and in the orchestra, perform each selection. As producer, Linder must fuse together the best performances from each musician. So if the lead soloist puts in a strong performance on the second try, but the trumpet player has a better sound during the fourth cut and the pianist fingers sound more lively during the third run-through, Linder and the sound engineer, Glenn Wheeler, in this case, must pull those together. “Even after doing all these takes and picking the best ones, the bass player may be too soft, so we have to go in and bring that up,” Linder said. It’s about getting the listener to hear what he or she needs to hear, he explained. With the new CD out, Linder said the studio will make an application to the Grammy Awards. “It’s only an application,” he said. “They still have to like what you did enough to nominate it. It’s really out of our hands. We have our fingers crossed that we will get a nomination.” Go to www.tierrastudios.com to hear a piece of “Every Day Ain’t Friday.” daniel@thepicayune.com

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