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Lockhart Post Register (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Lockhart, Texas Community Calendar 2A ^ïost-^IRecitatfr Thursday, December 13, 2012 Fighting Lion Aiumni Football Practices have begun for this year’s Alumni Football Game, which is expected to see the Lions square off with longtime rivals the Hays Rebels. The game is tentatively scheduled at Bob Shelton Stadium on Feb. 10, 2013. The team has begun gathering for practice at the LHS practice field on Medina Street at 3 p.m. on Sundays. For more information or to register, come to practice, or find Lockhart Alumni Team on Facebook. Flag Retirement Ceremony Please join us at VFW Post 8927, 7007 S Hwy 183, Lockhart, as Boy Scout Troop 115 conducts a Flag Retirement Ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15, beginning at 4 p.m. The community is invited to bringGreen Hill Church of Christ Sunday’s 10:00 am-Bible Study 10:45 am - Warship Service 6:00 pm - Bible Study Tuesday's - 7:00 pm. - Bible Study Comer el Walnut and Carver Streets 512-398-2238 GUN SHOWKnights of Columbus Hall 1015 S. Austin in Seguin Saturday, Dec. 22-9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 23-9 a.m.-4 p.m. Guns, Knives, Ammo, Coins and much more 210-827-6302 • 254-485-2770 AdultLOCKHART) Driver's Ed driving school ^ Ages 18-25 Sunday, December 16*1- 7:30 PM Evening Meal Provided at No Charge Lockhart Driving School 400 N. Main, Lockhart - Behind McCurdy’s Funeral Home Enroll online at: or call: (512)665-3259THE PECAN BARN "? [S/2-393-9S94    404    Blackjack    x Your holiday gift and party store! Me have beautifulgift baskets & gift boxes fiiie<F~* with gourmet products, ready to give or mail. 4 Lots of Party snacks, gourmet chocolate pecarfl*^ candy, and much, much more!    & FRESH Shelled and In-Shelled pecans for all your Holiday baking * Let us make your gift giving easy * [Corporate Gifts - We've got you covered! Shipping available!» WE BUY PECANS and WE CRACK PECANS    § M-F 9-5; Sat 9-3 * Closing Christmas Eve at 2 p.m., Christmas Day & Dec Re-open Dec. 27th183 Automotive & Tire Come in TODAY for a $24.99 OIL and FILTER CHANGE and RECEIVE FREE TIRE ROTATION and WINTERIZE CHECK (Conventional oi up to 5 qts. Most cars »id light trucks Synthetic and diesel extra.) INCLUDES Anb-FrmzsCooiant (check for proper mixture) Battery Battery Terminate (test/inspect! Beits and Hoses (check for cracked or worn) Bu&s/Headiamps (need to be inspected for Ms&ity). Exhaust System (check system for leaks). Fluids (check ad). Beater/VenMabon (check lor leaks and ar few). Ok (change every 3,000 mkes ncJudmg Ax Fitter. Tires (check pressure, balance and rotation. Windshield Wipers (inspect hr worn wipers SPECIAL GOOD NOW THRU JANUARY 31st 2013 WeVe passed gaswith the test ofthem since 1947 HIWAY 80 AT 142 P.O. BOX 160 MARTINDALE, TEXAS 78655 512-357-6497 • 1-800-357-6490 any US flags that are frayed, worn and faded for proper retirement and observe the ceremony. This ceremony provides an explanation of, the etiquette related to destroying a worn US flag as the flags are retired. LHS Baseball Opening Day and Alumni Game The Lockhart Lion Baseball Program is making preparations for the annual Opening Day events, which include the popular Alumni Baseball Game. The game is currently scheduled on Feb. 9, 2013. For information, contact Coach Gene Salazar via email at, or find the Lockhart Lion Baseball Alumni page on Facebook. First Baptist Church Open House The Dale First Baptist Church will have an “open house” on Saturday, Dec. 15 and Saturday, Dec. 22 from 6*- 9 p.m. for the public to enjoy the church decorations, Christmas music and liquid refreshments. Santa Visits Lytton Springs At 6:20 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 22, Santa Claus will make one last stop to the Lytton Springs Store via fire truck to hear all the children’s last-minute Christmas wishes. There will be music and treats for the kids. Photos with Santa will be provided for a small fee. This is our third year of the Lytton Springs Christmas Celebration. Festivities start a 6 p.m. Please make plans to attend and help make our party another smashing success! Softball Tryouts Lockhart Club Ball softball league will be having tryouts beginning Dec. 11, 2012. For information about trying out for the 10U team, contact John Espinoza at (512) 667-5012 or Juan Ramirez at (512) 999-1484. For 12U tryouts, call Mike Basset at (512) 227-2192. Bi-Monthly Food Distribution The Texas Extension Education Clubs in Caldwell County will hold their bimonthly food distribution on Wednesday, Dec. 19. New clients must bring proper I.D. and a document with a physical address proving they are residents of Caldwell County. The food will be distributed in the following locations: Lockhart: W. B. Clark Community Center, 809 Redwood Circle, 10 a.m.- noon. Luling: Central Baptist Church Recreation Center, 10 a.m. - noon. Martindale: Martindale City Hall, Main Street, 1 p.m. Prairie Lea: Tri-Community Civic Center, 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Distribution is held six times a year, always on the third Wednesday of February, April, June, August, October and December. The Texas Extension Education Asso-ciation-Caldwell County does not discriminate in regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age or national origin. Call Clara Smith at (830) 875-9429 with questions. Christmas in Maxwell Members of the Maxwell community are invited to a Community Christmas Party. A Christmas Dinner will be held at the Maxwell Social Club building on Monday, Dec. 17 beginning at 7 p.m. Club members will furnish hams, turkey and dressing. Those planning to attend are asked to bring a covered dish. Everyone in the community is invited. Santa Claus will be paying a visit so bring the kids and your camera. There is no cost to attend. For information call Ruby Barboza at (512) 357-1313 or Kirby Moore at (512) 398-6704, or email (2) Grace Lutheran Live Nativity Grace Lutheran Church, 919 W. San Antonio St. in Lockhart, will be having at Live Nativity and Family Activities on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 6 - 7 p.m. Activities will include a cupcake walk, Nativity puzzle and Christmas ornament decoration. All members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend. Hometown Homemade Christmas at Lockhart State Park Come learn how easily Christmas can become a homemade affair with fun, hands-on present making on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.! All are invited to put recycled materials to good use in making Christmas ornaments, birdhouses, and bird feeders. Then at 1 p.m., park staff will hold an old-fashioned taffy pull where visitors can learn the process of making this delicious holiday treat. Sampling the taffy is the (most important) last step! Regular park entrance fees apply. Junior High Band Concerts All are invited! On Dec. 18, the Roaring Lion Sixth Grade Band will perform their Winter Concert in the Junior High Cafeteria, at 7 p.m. Homework Help at the Library The Library offers Homework Help on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5:30 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help with the tutoring. Contact Library Director Bertha Martinez or Stephanie Castanon at the library 398-3223. This is a great opportunity to give back to the community. Community Calendar Requirements The Lockhart Post-Register$ Community Calendar offers area schools, churches and clubs a space for free promotion of community-building and fundraising events. Submissions to the Community Calendar must meet the following guidelines: 1. Community Calendar items from for-profit businesses or organizations will not be accepted. 2. Community Calendar items for individuals (medical expense fundraisers, etc.) must include an explanation of the need, as well as the location of a local “expense fund” bank account where potential donors may make contributions 3. Community Calendar items will not be accepted tele-phonicalty. AH items must be submitted in writing, either in person to the office at 111 S. Church St., or via email to All items must be typewritten or transmitted via email. Handwritten Community Calendar items will not be accepted. 5. “Permanent" Community Calendar items will not be allowed. 6. Community Calendar items will be limited to two publications per month. If the submitter wishes the item to run in non-concurrent weeks, the item must be re-submitted on the weeks of desired publication. 7. Community Calendar items may not include a ticket price or suggested donation Community Calendar items should be 75 words or fewer. 8. Free events will be given consideration over Tor pay” events, and local events will be given precedence over out-of-town events. Community Calendar items will be published on a space-available basis. 9. Fundraisers for pageants or other contests (e.g., Chisholm Trail Queen, Jamaica Queen, etc.) will not be included in the Community Calendar 4. The deadline for Community Calendar items is 5 p.m.    10 Community Calendar items must be submitted with the on Monday. This is a firm deadline, and submissions    re-    name and telephone number of the submitting parly, Com- cetved after 5 p.m. on Monday wilt not be considered    for    muraty Calendar items that do not include the required oon- publication until the following week.    tact information will not be considered

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