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Next update will be available on Thursday,
October 9, 2014. 
 

 

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 Glenn Klaus and Stephen Duffy, co-owner of The Owl’s Nest building, which also houses Katy’s and The Shoppe, presents the final check for the storefront revitalization project to contractor Jesse Garza (second from left). Joining them are (from left) Hondo City Manager Jeff Litchfield, Tim and Roxanne Carter, Hondo Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lisa Finger, City of Hondo EDC Chairman Jim Tomey and Mayor Jim Danner. (Not pictured) Director of Economic Development Jesse Perez.     

 

Successful building facelift initiative ends.....  A small crowd gathered outside The Owl’s Nest building on US 90 in Hondo last month as Glenn Klaus handed over the final payment for the facade program to Jesse Garza of Garza Construction, for his work on the building.   Read More

PHOTO / DIANE COSGROVE

 

Checking it out… Medina County Judge Jim Barden inspects the area where the contractor will plant new shrubs as the landscaping portion of the project winds down.

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PHOTO / DIANE COSGROVE

Standing boldly … Hondo High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored an early morning event at their school last Wednesday, the local observance of the national See You At the Pole, inviting their classmates to join them for fellowship, prayer and singing around the flagpole at HHS. Afterward, they enjoyed donuts and breakfast drinks provided by Hondo-D’Hanis Rotary Club and water, courtesy of Community National Bank. SYATP began in 1990, and from the very first, has been about prayer. This year’s theme, # Never Stop Praying, follows the Apostle Paul’s famous passage on the armor of God, challenging and encouraging Christ followers to stand strong in the Lord and be His representatives to share the Good News of the Gospel.

 

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Despite the fact that it’s now fall, these Queen’s Crown buds draw hundreds of bees from sunup to sundown.

Deadline is tomorrow (Friday) to provide Veteran’s photos for our annual Salute to Veterans.... The Anvil Herald will print a special section again this year honoring all military veterans as well as active duty military with ties to Medina County. All photos published last year will be included again on these pages Nov. 6.
     To have your veteran’s photo included, bring the photo (not a printed-out copy from a printer, please) to the Anvil Herald no later than 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, to be scanned and returned to you after the section publishes.
     Provide the vet’s name, rank, service years and a daytime phone number where you can be reached.
     For more information, call Diane, 830-426-3346.

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