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LAKE TRAVIS FILM FESTIVAL

Have you ever been a Founding Member of an organization? If you have, you know it’s an exciting experience to be at the birth of a new endeavor. That’s the opportunity you have right now--to be a Founding Member of the Lake Travis Film Festival! Just about everyone has a favorite movie, but if you really love film, you know it requires looking beyond the blockbusters at the metroplex. A new endeavor we call Count Down to ONE is an amazing opportunity to get in on the ground floor of the very first Lake Travis Film Festival. This inaugural event is scheduled for February 27-March 1, 2020. Becoming a Founding Member of the LTFF means joining a community that believes in the power of film to inspire, entertain, and change the way we see the world. We’re hard at work planning and organizing this event, which will showcase filmmakers from around the globe as well as from the Texas Hill Country. Starting at just $100, our introductory year LTFF membership grants access to all of our programming, including ticket discounts, advance sales, invitations to Founding Members-only events and exclusive access to our curated films online after the Festival ends. As we grow our sponsor base, Founding Members will have discounts and other perks from our partners. To become a Founding Member, visit the MEMBERSHIP section on our website, www.laketravisfestival. com. We believe in the power and importance of great cinema and aim to share the best films from around the world with our audiences. Join us today and help build a wonderful event right here in the Lakeway area!

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Hill Country Galleria July Events & Happenings JULY WINE WALK Thursday, July 11 from 5 to 9 p.m. Hill Country Galleria is hosting its monthly Wine Walk on July 11 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. This event is open to everyone and perfect to bring family, friends or a date for a fun way to spend a Thursday evening, shopping various retailers and discovering great wines. Participants will start at Twin Liquors to pick up a map that is both a guide to the walk and a ticket for each wine walk stop. The Wine Walk’s last stop will be a restaurant so wine-walkers can sit down and end their walk with dinner. LADIES NIGHT OUT SUMMER SERIES Tuesday, July 23 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Hill Country Galleria is bringing back their Ladies Night Out summer event on Tuesday, July 23, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. This summer event will continue monthly on the fourth Tuesday of each month until August 27. Guests will enjoy an evening of beauty, shopping, happy hours, and more. The first stop is LURE by Y&F, where ladies can pick up a stroll map of all the exclusive offers available and a complimentary cocktail (while supplies last). The first 50 ladies to check in will receive a complimentary Hill Country Galleria VIP swag bag that includes makeup and beauty products from Dillard's, accessories, workout passes, and more. There will also be giveaways like a shopping spree, spa gift basket, and a high-fashion leather clutch. ONGOING: CAMP GLADIATOR FREE WORKOUTS Saturdays, July 6, 13, 20, and 27 at 9 a.m. Camp Gladiator is hosting anyone over the age of 14 for free workouts in the Galleria's Central Plaza every Saturday. Join Camp Gladiator to experience their boot camp-style community workouts. Recommended to bring water, a towel and a mat. ONGOING: LONE STAR FARMERS MARKET Sundays, July 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. *Note: Hill Country Galleria will open at 12 p.m. on Sundays, with some restaurants and services opening earlier. Hill Country Galleria is home to The Lone Star Farmers Market. This event hosts the same great vendors as before and also offer face painting and other kids’ activities along with live music. Rain or shine, The Lone Star Farmers Market will be there, providing local produce to the community. More information can be found at www.lonestarfarmersmarket.com. 4 The Community Connection - July 2019

2019 LT Varsity Football Schedule Fall Camp Starts - 8/12 HOME Intra Squad Scrimmage - 8/17 HOME Scrimmage vs. Cedar Ridge - 8/23 @ 5/6/7:30 AWAY Arlington Martin 8/30 @ 7:30 HOME Mansfield Summit 9/6 @ 7:30 HOME Bowie 9/13 @ 7:30 HOME Akins 9/20 @ 7:30 AWAY Austin High - 9/27 @ 7:30 HOME Lehman - 10/4 @ 7:30 AWAY Westlake - 10/11 @ 7:30 HOME BYE Week - 10/18 N/A Del Valle - 10/25 @ 7:30 AWAY Hays - 11/1 @ 7:30 HOME Anderson - 11/8 @ 7:30 AWAY

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COMMUNIT Y CONNECTION Lake Travis ISD 2019-2020 Calendar July 2019

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Approved by Board of Trustees on 12/19/2018 and Revised by Board of Trustees on 03/27/2019

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COMMUNIT Y CONNECTION **Home Game Day

Date

Thursday ‐ Saturday  Monday Tuesday Thursday ‐ Saturday Monday   Tuesday Thursday ‐ Saturday Monday Thursday ‐ Saturday Tuesday Thursday  &  Saturday

August 1st‐ August 3rd August 5th August 6th August 8th ‐10th August 12th August 13th August 15th ‐ 17th August 19th August 22nd ‐ 24th August 27th August 29th & 31st

Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Saturday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Monday ‐Tuesday Thursday ‐ Friday Monday‐Tuesday Friday ‐ Saturday Wednesday‐ Saturday

PRESEASON Opponent

Varsity

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**Antonian Texas Volleyball Invitational (Varsity Only) **Westwood Churchill  Fraulein Festival Tournament (Varsity Only) **McNeil VolleyPalooza Tournament (Varsity Only) **Vandegrift  Dripping Springs Sub‐Varsity Tournament

LTHS LTHS LTHS Pearland, Texas LTHS Churchill New Braunfels, Texas LTHS Leander, Texas LTHS DSHS/DSMS

Two‐a‐days 9:00 2:00 TBD 6:30 4:30 TBD 6:30 TBD 6:30 Practice

Two‐a‐days 10:00 12:00 ‐ 5:30 3:30 TBD 5:30 ‐ 5:30 TBD

Two‐a‐days 10:00 12:00 ‐ 5:30 3:30 TBD 5:30 ‐ 5:30 TBD

Two‐a‐days 9:00 2:00 ‐ 6:30 2:30 TBD 6:30 ‐ 6:30 TBD

August 30th September 3rd September 6th September 10th September 13th September 14th September 17th September 20th September 24th September 27th October 1st October 4th October 8th October 11th October 15th October 18th October 22nd October 25th October 29th

Anderson **Lehman **Hays  (Staff Appreciation Night) Westlake **Bowie  (Homecoming Night) **LT Invitational Sub‐Varsity Tournament **Ann Richards Akins **Del Valle (LTYA Night) **Austin High **Anderson  (Dig for the Cure ) (Middle School Night) Lehman Hays **Westlake Bowie Ann Richards **Akins (Senior & Kardivas  Night) Del Valle Austin High

Anderson LTHS LTHS   Westlake LTHS LTHS  LTHS Akins LTHS LTHS LTHS Lehman Hays LTHS Bowie Ann Richards LTHS Del Valle Austin High

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November 4th ‐ 5th November 7th ‐ 9th November 11th ‐ 12th November 15th ‐ 16th November 20th ‐ 23rd

UIL Bi‐District Playoffs UIL Area Playoffs UIL Regional Quarterfinals UIL Regional Tournament UIL State Tournament

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**Scrimmages (LT, Cedar Park, Drip, Rouse)

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COMMUNIT Y CONNECTION Beat the Heat, Donate Blood & Catch a Movie

The Lakeway Community Blood Drive is just around the corner. It’s not only an opportunity to donate blood in some fresh air conditioning, but all participants will get the chance to relax with a free movie pass from Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas. One ticket will be available per donor. The upcoming event will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on July 20 at the Lakeway Activity Center located at 105 Cross Creek. Blood collected at this drive is dedicated for use in the 10- county area surrounding Travis County. Donors will know that they are helping others – maybe saving a life – and getting a movie reward for their efforts. Details: Who: We Are Blood (weareblood.org) What: Lakeway Community Blood Drive When: Saturday, July 20 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where: Lakeway Activity Center @ 105 Cross Creek Why: Helping those who may be in need Prospective donors with appointments are given priority during the donation process. Walk-ins are welcome, too.

Donors who are unable to schedule an appointment at their desired time may email the coordinators, at the address below, to be added to a standby list. Donors need to be in generally good health, at least 17 years old and weigh 115 pounds or more for whole blood donations. Photo identification is required. Organizers recommend donors eat a good meal and drink plenty of fluids beforehand. If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment or for more information, visit weareblood.org and search Group Code A197. You can also email the coordinators at LakewayCommunityBloodDrive@gmail.com. The website also includes useful information regarding eligibility and answers to other FAQs. If you've traveled internationally lately, had a recent vaccination, or are currently taking antibiotics or other medications, take a look and see what might or might not impact your ability to donate.

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COMMUNIT Y CONNECTION Ingredients: ¾ cup of root beer ½ cup milk 2 T root beer concentrate 1 box (3oz) instant vanilla pudding mix 1 tub (8oz) Cool Whip, thawed 1 ready-to-use graham cracker crust Additional whipped cream and maraschino cherries for garnish (optional) Instructions: In a large mixing bowl, combine the root beer, milk, and root beer concentrate. Sprinkle the vanilla pudding mix over it and whisk together for 2 minutes. Fold in the thawed cool whip and mix together until well combined. Pour into the prepared crumb crust and spread evenly. Cover and freeze for at least 8 hours. Garnish if desired. Can be enjoyed straight from the freezer or thawed slightly.

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If your sweet tooth craves chocolate, there are plenty of reasons to surrender to your cravings and indulge. Dark chocolate is loaded with nutrients that can positively affect your health. Made from the seed of the cocoa tree, it is one of the best sources of antioxidants on the planet. Cacao offers a number of health benefits from helping to control blood sugar to lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease because it contains flavonols, which are a type of antioxidant that has been shown to improve blood flow and can protect against suninduced damage, improve blood flow to the skin and increase skin density and hydration. Bottom Line: Quality dark chocolate has various nutritional perks so enjoying a delicious treat that has at least 65% cacao can be guiltfree if you don’t overdo it. NUTRITIONAL PERKS HEART-HEALTHY Dark chocolate has been shown to improve blood flow and possibly prevent blood clots. It also helps lower blood pressure ad may help keep arteries from hardening.

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BRAIN FOOD Because chocolate increases blood flow to the brain, it can be a boost to your cognitive health. MOOD CHANGER Chocolate also contains phenylethylamine (PEA), which encourages your brain to release endorphins that make you feel good. CANCER FIGHTER Antioxidants in chocolate help rid your system of free radicals, which have been linked to multiple age-related health risks and diseases. SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT Theobromine, found in dark chocolate, helps harden tooth enamel, which helps prevent cavities. SUN BLOCKER Some studies show that people with diets high in flavonols take longer to burn in the sun than people with low flavonol diets. Written by: Claudia Mosley, Moms Making Six Figures Reviewed by: Dr. Barbara Ryan, MD

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The Value of Sleep for Children and Teens Shelley Coleman M.A., L.P.C.-S.

As important as food and water, sleep is vital to your well-being. And, if you are a parent, research shows that your children are not getting the sleep they need. According to the National Sleep Foundation, children (ages 6-13) require 9-11 hours of sleep per night and adolescents (ages 13-18) require 9-10 hours per night. A recent study from the Centers for Disease Control found that 31% of teens get 8 hours or less of sleep per night and most school age children are getting 8.5 hours. For growing brains and bodies, not getting enough sleep can have consequences on school and relationships. Teens and children can have difficulty concentrating when sleep deprived. And, according to the Sleep Disorder’s Center, approximately 1,550 people are killed annually in crashes related to drowsy driving. Often, these crashes are caused by young people under the age of 25. On the contrary, quality sleep has been linked to improved attention, better mental health, and lower risk of obesity. In recognizing the importance of quality sleep, parents can help children establish healthy sleep habits at an early age. If healthy sleep hygiene is established in adolescents, those habits can carry into adulthood. Healthy sleep habits for teens and children include: • a set bedtime and wake time that does not vary by more than 2

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hours on the weekend • a relaxing bedtime routine such as reading for teens or story time for children • no “exciting” activities at bedtime such as jumping or wrestling for children or computer games for teens • daily exercise • healthy diet • no caffeine after 4 PM If you think your teen or child may have a sleep issue, there are common symptoms you may notice. For adolescents, parents may have difficulty waking them in the morning or observe that their teen is irritable in the early afternoon. Children may require excessive “help” falling asleep, wake many times during the night, or cause their parents to lose sleep. While these symptoms are usually easily addressed by improving sleep habits, more severe symptoms should be addressed with the help of a pediatrician or behavior specialist. As parents, the value that we place on sleep is a big influence on our children’s attitude toward sleep. Fortunately, there are a lot of practical steps we can take to help our children get the sleep they need. There are too many benefits of good sleep for our teens and children to miss out on them.

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