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The Fifth Annual Drag Out Funny Pink Party in support of the Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund will take place Saturday, Feb. 20 at the Stonewall Warehouse, located at 141 E. Hopkins St. The lavish production is geared toward those age 18 and over with a photo ID.

LORI STEINDORFFeatures Editor It’s not Valentine’s Day. It’s better! Think pink – all eye-catching, head-turning, ravishing shades of pink – while excitedly awaiting the arrival of Feb. 20.You’ll be sure to want to draw a giant pink heart around... more

Paula New has got plenty of paper cups. Her family business, Papersmith, is holding an everything must go sale on Saturday, ending an era begun by her parents more than 30 years ago. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY ANITA MILLER

 
Anita Miller - Managing Editor “It’s just kind of a sad ending to a chapter, sad that something my mom and dad started is ending.” Paula New is steeling herself for Saturday’s “going out of business” sale at Papersmith, the janitorial and restaurant... more

Dr. Ryan Cradeur, 38, is among the three owners of My Emergency Room 24/7 in San Marcos where he is also a full-time physician. The healthcare professional, who is originally from Louisiana, is also with Westlake Medical Center in Austin. He will learn on April 16 if he is the recipient of the coveted Austin Under 40 Award that recognizes business professionals in their respective fields. (photo by Lori Steindorf/San Marcos Daily Record)

LORI STEINDORFFeatures Editor Admired board-certified physician and Louisiana native Dr. Ryan Cradeur of My Emergency Room 24/7 in San Marcos is nominated for the coveted Austin Under 40 Award.The prestigious award recognizes emerging professionals... more
From left to right are Brian Pauli, director of Dick’s Classic Car Garage and Museum, Ushant Lalla, Fred Saunders, fundraiser chair, Fay Cliett Gillham, Rotary Club of San Marcos president, and Dale Kelley, past president of the Rotary Club of San... more

San Marcos firefighters came to the public library Wednesday to teach young children about fire safety and what to do in the event of a fire.Wesley Keathley demonstrates to children and parents how firefighters crawl to avoid smoke while fighting a fire. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

 

Members of the Leadership San Marcos class discussing the importance of Google in their businesses. Pictured are Karen Wyatt, Justin Payne, Kate Shaw and Rachel Nelson. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY PAM GRAVIS

 

The Fifth Annual Drag Out Funny Pink Party in support of the Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund will take place Saturday, Feb. 20 at the Stonewall Warehouse, located at 141 E. Hopkins St. The lavish production is geared toward those age 18 and over with a photo ID.

Paula New has got plenty of paper cups. Her family business, Papersmith, is holding an everything must go sale on Saturday, ending an era begun by her parents more than 30 years ago. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY ANITA MILLER

 

Dr. Ryan Cradeur, 38, is among the three owners of My Emergency Room 24/7 in San Marcos where he is also a full-time physician. The healthcare professional, who is originally from Louisiana, is also with Westlake Medical Center in Austin. He will learn on April 16 if he is the recipient of the coveted Austin Under 40 Award that recognizes business professionals in their respective fields. (photo by Lori Steindorf/San Marcos Daily Record)

San Marcos firefighters came to the public library Wednesday to teach young children about fire safety and what to do in the event of a fire.Wesley Keathley demonstrates to children and parents how firefighters crawl to avoid smoke while fighting a fire. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

 

Members of the Leadership San Marcos class discussing the importance of Google in their businesses. Pictured are Karen Wyatt, Justin Payne, Kate Shaw and Rachel Nelson. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY PAM GRAVIS

 

City to host workshop for CDBG stakeholders

The city will hold a stakeholder workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. to receive citizen input on the proposed use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds in the 2016 program year.  The workshop is open to the public and will be held in the Old Fish Hatchery Building, 206 North C. M. Allen Parkway, San Marcos. 

CDBG funds are provided by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and are used for projects that benefit the city’s low-to-moderate-income residents.

Shelter rescues win at dog show

San Marcos High School sophomore, Hannah McGee, recently competed in the Montgomery County 4H Dog Show, where she and her Border Collie Mix, Bindi, placed first in drill and second in Agility – Open. With her PBGV Mix, Wesley, Hannah earned a first place blue ribbon in the Pre-Novice A Obedience category. Hannah also took home a red second place ribbon in the Active Dog Photo category and ribboned in the Still Life Dog Photo Category, as well as the Novice B Rally category with Bindi.

Groundhog job shadowing at Travis Elementary

The Gary Job Corps students have been job shadowing throughout the city.  Travis Elementary has participated for more than 15 years. Pictured are Susanne Ritter, CTR supervisor; John Trevino, WBL specialist; Myla Peterson, WBL specialist; Diana Tagle-Guerrero, executive assistant; Emily Valdez, info literacy specialist and the job shadow Gary student Erik Contreras.

PHOTO COURTESY GARY JOB CORPS

Hadley Wan, a volunteer with AmeriCorps, prepares to mark a seedling just planted at Five Mile Dam Park. TreeFolks coordinated an effort last week to begin reforestation of the area devastated in the Memorial Day Weekend flood. See more photos on Page 3. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

 

Pct. 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant and Thais Perkins, executive director of TreeFolks. 

 

Emilie Davis, Texas Conservation Corps member, and Marcus Gore, board member and planting committee chair.

 

Pct. 3 Commissioner Will Conley (left) readies the hole as TreeFolks Restoration Manager Matthew Mears prepares to place a seedling in it. 

 

Seedlings were all native trees that, when mature, will help to hold the banks of the Blanco River.

 

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