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Eulalia Wiatrek (left), a resident at Country Care Manor, horses around Nov. 9 during a visit with this miniature horse, held by Deana Phillips. More Featured Photos »

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Community-wide Thanksgiving Service

6:00 p.m. / Christ United Methodist Church, 102 W. Main St.

The Stockdale Ministerial Alliance will sponsor their annual Thanksgiving Service with Father Dennis Jarzombek delivering the message. Other ministers will be from 1st Baptist Church, St John's Lutheran Church, Pandora Baptist Fellowship Church, Assembly of God, and Christ United Methodist Church. Please do come and join us.

For more information call 830-996-3008 or .
Contact Person: Loretta Young
Geronimo VFW Sunday Country Dance

3-6:30 pm; kitchen 2 pm / Geronimo VFW, 6808 N Hwy 123 78115

The Sam Bentley Band will be playing at Geronimo VFW Post 8456, 6808 N Highway 123, Geronimo 78115, on Sunday, November 23, 3-6:30 pm; kitchen/door opens at 2 pm. Open seating. $8 donation benefits Auxiliary programs. Hall is smoke free and open to all. Info 830-305-8829/830-305-5478.

For more information call 830-303-9903 or .
Contact Person: Barbara Owen
Thanksgiving Service

6:00pm / 1205 B Street

The Floresville Community Thanksgiving Service will be on Sunday, Nov 23rd at 7pm at the Floresville United Methodist Church, 1205 B Street. All Floresville Churches will be participating in the service. Special music will be provided by the Bell Choir. Pastor A. D. Mack from Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church will present the message. An offering will be taken and given to the Floresville Ministerial Alliance to assist local families with their utilities, food, rent and medical expenses. Everyone is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served.

For more information call 210-393-8271 or .
Contact Person: Karen Hannum
Chihuahua Trail Art Sale

Noon to 3pm / La Vernia Heritage Museum, 13136 US Hwy 87 W at Bluebonnet St.

The 10th Annual Chihuahua Trail Art Sale continues every weekend in November, except Thanksgiving weekend, and the first weekend in December. Final day is Fri., Dec. 12 during the Wassail Walk. Local, professional artists offering original works of fine art for sale. Proceeds benefit the artists and the museum.

For more information call 210-392-3281 or or visit www.LaVerniaHistory.com.
Contact Person: S. Richter
Sunday Evening Music and Art in the Park

4:00 to 6:00 p.m. / La Vernia City Park

FREE community event featuring local talent and local artists. Sponsored by The La Vernia Foundation for the Arts!

For more information call 210-216-8218 or .
Contact Person: Randy Leonard
TPR Cinema: "Gone With The Wind" At 75

2:00 p.m. / Empire Theatre

"Gone With the Wind" will be shown onscreen at the Empire Theatre in downtown San Antonio. Join us for a special event, celebrating one of the greatest movies of all time. The screening takes place on Sunday, November 23, at 2 p.m., only a few weeks removed from the actual 75th anniversary of the film's premiere in Atlanta, Georgia. But 75 years later, though we admire the romance and historical sweep of the film, there are elements that date the picture as a product of its time, most notably the film's depiction of its black characters. It's partly for that reason that TPR will feature special pre-show introductions and an intermission Q&A with scholars from the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas. The Ransom Center holds the largest archive of memorabilia from the production of "Gone With The Wind." Their exhibition, "The Making of Gone With The Wind," runs through January 4. At our screening they'll provide historical context, and share anecdotes from their research about the making of the film. Admission to the event is by suggested donation. TPR recommends $15 for members, or $20 for non-members.

For more information call 210-614-8977 or or visit http://tpr.org/post/tpr-cinema-gone-wind-75.
Contact Person: Elisa Gonzales
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Ritchey may get life in prison

Former Farmers Insurance agent Patsy Lynne Ritchey, 55, could be facing up to life in prison following her two-count indictment returned Nov. 14 by a Wilson County grand jury. She allegedly defrauded eight policyholders out of a total of $418,812.84, resulting in first-degree felony counts of theft of property worth more than $200,000 and misapplication of fiduciary property worth more than $200,000. Full Story »

Council OKs ‘Mayor for a Day’ program

Council OKs ‘Mayor for a Day’ program

The La Vernia City Council also will now act as the five-member board of the La Vernia Municipal Development District (MDD), following approval by the council during its Nov. 13 meeting. Full Story »

Must I be giving again?

“You know what you should write about?” my friend said. “You should write about giving. Tithing. Stewardship.” Full Story »

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Bears blow past Gators

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La Vernia family takes pride in military service

La Vernia family takes pride in military service

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