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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL

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VOL. 5, ISSUE 7

WHOLESOME EATING PG.22 Blanco Road locale offers up variety of healthy food options

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PG. 12 TxDOT seeks public input on North Side roadways Areas under consideration include 410/San Pedro interchange, U.S. 281

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Shavano Park hires new police chief PG. 15 Mayor says Chief Lacy embodies concept of community policing PG. 06 HAPPENING LOCAL PG. 09 LOCAL LOWDOWN OPEN AND OPENING SOON IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

EARNING ACCOLADES PG. 17 Under director Hollie Martinez, Antonian’s young thespians and stagehands are creating top-notch productions, fans say

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THOMAS EDWARDS EXECUTIVE EDITOR ON THE COVER Hollie Martinez (lower left) and her students are bringing plenty of energy to the stage at Antonian College Preparatory High School, where the theater director is overseeing high-quality productions praised by faculty and the community. See story on page 17. Photo by Collette Orquiz


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’ve always found it interesting that two of this city’s biggest economic generators are the military medical establishment and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. With thousands of military and civilian contract employees and a budget in the billions, military health is a powerful part of San Antonio’s economy. There’s a long history of collaboration between UTHSCSA and the military medical folks. However, the

relationship recently took a huge leap forward with UTHSCSA’s creation of the Military Health Institute. The idea came from Dr. Bill Henrich, health-science center president. “Ask any San Antonian what is unique about the city and I would guess the military here would be one of the answers,” Henrich said. “As president here, I’ve seen a number of successful projects with the military, and a big portion of our teaching involves care of veterans and staffing the (Veterans Affairs medical facilities), but we still weren’t taking full advantage of all the opportunities to collaborate for the benefit of the military, the university and the wider community. The institute was intended to do that.” Dr. Byron Hepburn, former commander of the 59th Medical Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland and a one-time deputy surgeon general of the Air Force, heads the institute, which opened in late 2014. He is the perfect person to create the kind of collaborative incubator Henrich had in mind.

“We have a unique interface with VA and the Department of Defense, with the huge military presence, and the amount of research and teaching. Also, the fact the VA is co-located with us, and our faculty is doing most (of) all the research at the VA,” Hepburn said. The focus is to fast-forward research in military medicine at these institutions through partnerships, and the Military Health Institute is working with the other such facilities, as well as with the entire UT System. Current projects include major research on post-traumatic stress disorder, a study of new pain relief for burns, work on long-term outcomes of vascular-extremity injuries, care of gastrointestinal injuries, new indicators of traumatic brain injury and research in how best to help family caregivers deal with PTSD. While these endeavors are geared to the needs of servicemen and servicewomen, the results can improve care for everyone. “There are layers of goodness,”

Hepburn said. “Research done for the military also has direct applicability to all humans, from a burned child to the victim of a motorcycle crash.” The institute’s networking function is also connecting researchers inside and outside the armed forces to coordinate studies and jump-start pilot projects, Hepburn said. After just two years, the results are impressive. In 2016, total funding UTHSCSA received for DOD-related projects increased nearly 45 percent, from $8.5 million in 2015 to about $12.3 million. When I asked Henrich about how much he envisions the institute growing, he said, “The sky’s the limit.” The Military Health Institute is a great way for a lot of smart folks to work together doing important things. It’s good news for UTHSCSA, for veterans and for active-duty personnel. It’s good news for the South Texas economy. Most important, it’s good news for medical research, and for all of us living here in Military City, USA, and beyond. syerkes@localcommunitynews.com

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Efforts to use taxpayer dollars — or vouchers — allowing guardians to enroll their offspring in private or parochial institutions failed during the last session. Many public-school educators decry vouchers. They fear taking public monies away from their districts hurts students and undermines the overall performance of Texas’ tax-supported institutions. On the other hand, parents fed up with schools that fail pupils should have a right to decide how and where

their hard-earned dollars are spent to pay for their children’s education. Just like in a free market, the competition could help improve public schools. Proponents also argue vouchers are a mechanism to lift low-income students out of underperforming institutions and place them in a better learning environment. Initiatives in 2017 include giving tax credits to companies donating funds to poor or special-needs students, so they can afford tuition at private or parochial schools. Another option could be the education savings account, which funnels taxpayer dollars to parents as a debit card to pay for schooling other than public. In the end, parents have a right to seek the best education possible for their youngsters, while also being able to decide how to pay for it. -The Local Community News editorial board includes Harry Lees, Gregg Rosenfield and Thomas Edwards.

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AUTHOR LECTURE Liane Kupferberg Carter presents her 12 book “Ketchup is my Favorite Vegetable: A Family Grows Up with Autism” at 7 p.m. at the Barshop Jewish Communty Center, 12500 N.W. Military Highway. The JCC is on the Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community. Cost is $10. For more, call Maya Siler at 302-6867.

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THE STARS AT NIGHT Enjoy an evening of stargazing 14 through telescopes from 6-8 p.m. Meet at the parking lot in

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Hardberger Park’s Urban Ecology Center, 8400 N.W. Military Highway (western entrance). Bring flashlights. Though free, a $3 donation, or $5 per family, is suggested. For more, call 492-7472. I’M ALL EARS For once, it’s OK to JAN. make noise in the library when 14 San Antonio Symphony violinist Bassam Nashawati shares the joy of classical music at the Cody Branch Library, 11441 Vance Jackson Road. The 2 p.m. program is intended for children. For more, call 207-9100. SCHOOL’S OUT North East and Northside independent school 16 district campuses will be closed to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day. For more, visit www.neisd.net or www.nisd.net.

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HOLLYWOOD PARK The next JAN. City Council meeting is at 17 7 p.m. in City Hall, 2 Mecca Drive. For more and to confirm exact dates and times, visit hollywoodpark-tx.gov.

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HAPPENING continues from pg. 07 DROP-IN MAHJONG The Senior Center in the 18 Barshop Jewish Community Center is home to mahjong on the third Wednesday every month at 6:30 p.m. Coffee will be served. Everyone may play. The JCC is on the Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community, 12500 N.W. Military Highway. For more, call Cathy Pottorf at 302-6870.

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fellowship, the third Wednesday of the month (September through May) at San Pedro Presbyterian Church’s Fellowship Hall, 14900 U.S. 281 North. Attendees are updated with information useful to former educators. For more, contact Peggy Peterson at rpete4321@ satx.rr.com or call 373-3961.

CHRONIC PAIN SUPPORT GROUP Meetings are 4-6 18 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month at Baptist HealthLink, 288 W. Bitters Road. One main topic per hour is covered in group discussions, which may be large or small. Find a syllabus and more at http:// chronicpainsupportsa.wix.com/cpsgsa.

BEXAR COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS The monthly 19 board of directors meeting is 3:30 p.m. at 3355 Cherry Ridge Drive, Suite 208; BCMG members welcome to attend. A general session, open to the public, is at 6 p.m. Social time will be followed by a 6:30 p.m. presentation. Master gardeners’ involvement in the 2017 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo will be discussed. For more, visit http://www.bexarmg.org or call 699-0663 or email BCMG President Jack Downey at president@bexarmg.org.

RETIRED TEACHERS MEETING North San Antonio Retired 18 Teachers Association holds a 9:45 a.m. conference, with coffee and

HILL COUNTRY VILLAGE The City Council meets 19 at 5 p.m. in City Hall, 116 Aspen Lane. The council regularly

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EVENING AGLOW MEETING San Antonio Evening Aglow 19 International, a Christian “transformational kingdom” group, meets the third Thursday of each month for fellowship, song and an inspirational message. The gathering starts at 7 p.m. at Anne Marie’s Catering, 12475 Starcrest Drive (at Bitters Road). Everyone is welcome. For more, visit www.aglow.com.

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SILVER CINEMA At 1 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of each month, a free film is screened for senior citizens at Barshop Jewish Community Center’s Holzman Auditorium; no cost for popcorn and coffee. Walkins are welcome. The JCC is on the Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community, 12500 N.W. Military Highway. For more, call 302-6860.

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BIRDING 101 Meet at Hardberger Park’s Urban 21 Ecology Center, 8400 N.W. Military Highway (western entrance), for a 10 a.m. to noon tutorial led by Liz Davenport. No registration is required. Though free, a $3 donation, or $5 per family, is suggested. For more, call 492-7472.

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SHAVANO PARK The next City Council meeting is at 6:30 p.m. 23 in City Hall, 900 Saddletree Court. For more and to confirm exact dates and times at meetings normally scheduled the fourth Monday of the month, visit http://www.shavanopark.org/.

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NISD TRUSTEES The next regular Northside 24 Independent School District trustees meeting is at 7 p.m. in the conference room at 5900 Evers Road. Sessions are open to the public. For more and to confirm dates and times, visit www.nisd.net.

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Open and Opening Soon 1. WHOLESOME EATING, 13455

Blanco Road, is a food store focused on healthy eating with several options for gluten-free, paleo, vegan, diabetic, cardiac and ketogenic diets. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. For more, visit www. wholesomeeatingllc.com or call 913522-3098. (See story on page 22)

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3. POTBELLY SANDWICH SHOP, 11745 Interstate 10 West, Suite 403, features made-to-order sandwiches with fresh meats and all the trimmings in an atmosphere that feels like home. The menu also includes soups, salads, shakes. The restaurant features live music during the week. Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. For more, call 318-2819 or visit www.potbelly.com.

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LOWDOWN continues from pg. 09 Antonio’s newest entertainment venue and features outdoor performances on a wooden deck. Styled as a traditional Texas dance hall, it features live local country music and bands, 46 taps serving local craft beers and lunch and dinner. Hours are 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Tuesday, and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Wednesday through Saturday. For more, call 572-9307 or visit http://bigtexasicehouse.com/.

4. EDWARDS RIDGE DISTILLERY, 16104 University Oak St., held a grand opening Dec. 31. The distillery produces highquality rum, according to its Facebook page. Tours are provided at no charge during normal business hours. The site can also be used to host parties and special events. Hours are 3 p.m. to midnight Thursday and Friday, and Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. For more, call 802-7864, email info@edwardsridge. com or visit www.edwardsridge.com or facebook.com/Edwards-RidgeDistillery-444924722333291.

IN OTHER NEWS NEW DAILY NONSTOP SERVICE TO TORONTO BEGINS MAY 1 AT THE SAN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT with Air Canada, officials recently announced. The airport now has 38 nonstop flight destinations to three countries and, according to officials, Air Canada will be the 11th airline providing flights from San Antonio. LT. GEN. RUSSELL “RUSS” J. HANDY WAS NAMED aviation director for the San Antonio International Airport, City Manager Sheryl Sculley announced recently. Handy retired from the Air Force Oct. 1 and has more than 20 years of senior executive experience in military and civil aerospace operations, according to city officials. Handy’s duties at the airport began Jan. 9. DISTRICT 8 COUNCILMAN RON NIRENBERG PLANS TO RUN FOR MAYOR in the May 6 election, he announced.

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SALOCALLOWDOWN.COM LOWDOWN continues from pg. 10 Nirenberg, who was first elected to the City Council in 2013 and re-elected in 2015, is challenging incumbent Ivy Taylor. Nirenberg’s campaign slogan is “The City You Deserve.” DISTRICT 9 CITY COUNCILMAN JOE KRIER has said he will not seek reelection in the May 6 race. Krier was appointed to City Council in 2013, filling the vacant seat of Elisa Chan, who left to pursue an unsuccessful Texas Senate bid. The following year, voters elected Krier, the former San Antonio Chamber of Commerce head, to the office. STUDENTS GOT A LOOK AT THE NIMITZ MIDDLE SCHOOL EXPANSION on Dec. 7, or Pearl Harbor Day, experiencing historical features of the new building that highlight the school’s namesake, World War II Navy Adm. Chester Nimitz. The military history and legacy relating to Nimitz are a permanent part of the new building, which includes a Pearl Harbor

image on the floor, military flags and a wall-sized letter from Nimitz to the school that was written many years ago. CASTLE HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WENT ON EMERGENCY LOCKDOWN Dec. 9 after police chased a man on foot in the area. The case began when a motorist was pulled over for speeding on Loop 410 by the San Antonio Police Department near Honeysuckle Lane and West Avenue about 11 a.m., according to reports. The man then ran from his vehicle with police in pursuit, investigators said. SAPD and K-9 officers teamed up with Castle Hills police to look for him, detaining the man a little later, according to officials. The school lockdown was lifted soon after, police say. SARAH AGUIRRE OF COLONIES NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL recently was named the English as a Second Language Teacher of the Year by the Education Service Center Region 20 during the 2016 Language Conference in November.

COLONIES NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CELEBRATED ITS 50TH anniversary in November with a special ceremony that “captured the unique diversity of the campus,” school officials said. SHAVANO PARK HELD ITS ANNUAL HANUKKAH MENORAH LIGHTING Dec. 25, the second of the eight nights of the Jewish holiday. City officials, residents and religious leaders were on hand for the festive ceremony, which took place at nightfall. THREE ARRESTS ARE REPORTED BY SHAVANO PARK POLICE in the wake of some car break-ins Nov. 9. Two burglary suspects were detained that morning after police stopped a suspicious vehicle. A third suspect also was eventually taken into custody. The Bexar County District Attorney’s Office is now reviewing the case, according to officials. THE ANTONIAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL SILVER

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He became chief of police Oct. 3, replacing the outgoing David Creed. “The core values which I have posted on the police web page set forth the basis of our standards,” said Lacy, a 35-year police veteran. “I set the bar high, but every officer can meet and exceed those standards.”

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“Leadership and managing a police department begin with setting a level of expectation and ethics, and demonstrating that from the top down,” the chief said. “I wear my police uniform with pride each day, and will not ask the wonderful police officers of the Shavano Park PD to do something that I am not willing to do.” Lacy says he is impressed with the community that he has sworn to protect and serve. “The community and people of Shavano Park are wonderful,” Lacy said. “The neighborhoods are beautiful, with large trees, wildlife and lovely homes. The citizens are warm, friendly and appreciate the service that the police, fire and city employees provide to make Shavano Park a warm and wonderful city to live in.” Lacy said one of the best experiences so far is planning and working with residents and city staff. “I look forward to continuing my goal of providing excellence in service to each and every citizen for many years,” he added. City Manager Bill Hill said the new chief got right to work. “We have an outstanding Police Department and with Chief Lacy’s leadership and experience it will only get better,” Hill said. “Already he has made (an) immediate impact on handling day-to-day operations. In fact, our Police Department has recently apprehended several burglars in business and residential areas and charges are filed in the district court.” Hill said there is more to come. “I look forward to the chief ’s sixmonth assessment report, where I expect he will be making recommendations for the future,” the city manager added.

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Fans of the theater director, who is in her third year at the private school, say Martinez has transformed the drama program from a run-of-the-mill elective and extracurricular activity into a vital learning experience. Under her guidance, school officials add, students are producing and starring

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JAN. 9 - FEB. 6, 2017 Students in theater arts at Antonian College Preparatory High School say the program under Hollie Martinez makes them feel like a family. Photo by Collette Orquiz

ANTONIAN continues from pg. 17 said Vice Principal Diann Montemayor. “When Hollie came on board it just really infused new life into the theater program. She’s been able to open up wonderful opportunities for students.” The change is evident in the students themselves. “Seeing the drama program flourish in such a short amount of time … is amazing,” said junior Joel DeJesus. “Ms. Martinez is the most hard working, dedicated person I have met in my 17-year-old life.” The Antonian drama program has brought teacher and students closer together in a search for a common artistic vision, pupils said. “Drama became my motivation and all these people became like family,” said junior Cassidy Moran, who recently won the “best actress” award in district and state competition; Antonian overall also won first-place in district. “They always push you to do and be better. We use each other as motivation and inspiration.”

“It’s my family away from my family, and my family is close, so that’s saying something.” said junior Kyle Hudnall. Martinez believes the arts are an important part of a high school education because they increase creativity, imagination, social and emotional growth, learning, critical thinking and problem-solving. “Theater arts allows all students to be creative, to use their imagination,” Martinez said. “Thoughts, hopes and inspirations can be expressed through

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The Harvey E. Najim South Texas Mentoring Resource Center at 10843 Gulfdale St. recently celebrated a grand opening. “This is a better location for volunteers, we’re right off (U.S. 281), we’re easily accessible and people don’t have to worry about going downtown,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Denise Barkhurst.

The staff also needed more space to continue offering services, with the hope of broadening its support to additional children. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a youthmentoring organization that focuses on long term, one-on-one consistent relationships. It recruits volunteers to be role models and mentors for at-risk children ages 5 to 18 and keeps them in the program until they’re 21. The organization has existed 120 years. “BBBS is an exceptional organization matching a volunteer known as a Big with a child who needs a positive role model in their lives, making a difference in that child’s life,” said Melissa Bauman, executive director of The Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation, which has donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters. The move to the new campus was funded by a $5 million capital campaign that started in 2014 with donations from prominent philanthropists including Harvey E. Najim and Bill Greehey, as

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BIG BROTHERS continues from pg. 19 well as the Kronkosky Foundation. The former facility at 202 Baltimore Ave., built in 1960, is 5,569 square feet. Big Brothers Big Sisters sold it for $1 million and incorporated the sale into the capital campaign for the new site. The new office was built in the 1990s with a price tag of $2.65 million and has three times the space at 15,000 square feet. The last occupant was an accounting firm. The building on Gulfdale also has plenty of space for growth. In 2000 the agency employed 19 staff members, served 600 kids and raised $500,000 per year. By 2009 it had grown to 39 staff members serving over 3,000 youths, with a revenue stream of $3 million. However, 1,000 children remained on a waiting list. The organization’s leaders concluded the old space wasn’t fulfilling the program’s needs. A facilities committee conducted a study, which launched the capital campaign. Barkhurst remembers volunteers having

to sit on the floor during training sessions because the space was too small, she added. “The problem was not that we couldn’t bring in any more volunteers, it was that we didn’t have the space to have the staff that would work with them. We couldn’t train them effectively, we couldn’t really conduct our program,” Barkhurst said. Renovations and furniture cost $500,000. “The move itself was way cheaper than we anticipated. The staff did a great job in terms of purging all the stuff that wasn’t necessary, packing everything up. We moved all the stuff from one office to this office in one day,” Barkhurst said. Big Sister Monica Garcia has been mentoring her Little Sister Doriana Debrow for three years and said “the sky’s the limit” when it comes to the new location. “It’s an awesome and a very welldeserved move for the organization. If you’ve ever been to the previous facility, you’d know that their space has intensely multiplied,” Garcia said. The larger facility will accommodate current and future programming and

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NATURE WALK: ROCKS, SOIL & PLANT LIFE 28 Expert Randy KillianSmith leads an 8-10 a.m. tutorial from Hardberger Park’s Urban Ecology Center, 8400 N.W. Military Highway (western entrance). No registration required. Though free, a $3 donation, $5 per family, is suggested. For more, call 492-7472.

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REMEMBERING THE HOLOCAUST The Holocaust 1 Memorial Museum of San Antonio, in the Barshop Jewish Community Center, invites everyone to a docent-led tour from 6-8 p.m. A Holocaust survivor will address the audience, too. The JCC is on the Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community, 12500 N.W. Military Highway. For more and to make required reservations, call Cathy Pottorf at 302-6870.

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