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Annual Parish Feast Day

11:00 am - 3:30 pm / St. John Paul II Center, Annunciation BVM Church, FM 1346

Come to our Annual Feast Day! Brisket & sausage plates $8. Music, crafts, face painting, and a big drawing! Featuring a Live and Silent Auction

For more information call 210-667-1232.
Contact Person: Denise

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

GERONIMO VFW SUNDAY COUNTRY DANCE GLENN COLLINS and Alibi Band will be playing great classic country dance music at the Geronimo VFW, 6808 N Hwy 123, Geronimo 78115, on April 26, 3-6:30 pm. VFW kitchen opens at 2 pm. $8 donation. Hall is open to all. Info 830-305-8829/305-5478. Hall is open to all. Info 830-305-8829/305-5478.

For more information call 830-305-5478 or .
Contact Person: Barbara Owen
Gospel Concert in La Vernia

10 a.m. / 10688 U.S. 87 W.

See Southern Gospel group "Hearts of Grace" as they perform during the 10 a.m. service in the La Vernia Christian Teaching Center.

For more information call 830-779-6361.
Contact Person: Tamera Bounds
Texas Heros Day - Decoration Day

2pm / Confederate Cemetery, corner of Commerce and New Braunfels streets

Event Honoring the Confederate Veterans in the San Antonio Confederate Cemetery

For more information call 210-488-3498 or or visit www.hoodstexasbde.com.
Contact Person: Glenn Toothman

10:00 AM / Trinity Baptist Church, 800 Jackson Road

monthly meeting of the Joshua D. Brown Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Speaker will be Rudy Ramirez, great-great grandson of the "Angel of Goliad", who saved many lives after the Battle of Goliad.

For more information call 830-895-0788 or .
Contact Person: GayNell Wells
AACOG Road Show

10 a.m.-2 p.m. / Floresville ISD Conference Center

Featuring the following AACOG programs and Partner Organizations: *Alamo Area Agency on Aging (AAA) -- One-stop resource for referrals, information, benefits counseling, health and wellness, care coordination, and Ombudsman. * Alamo Regional Transit (ART) -- Providing transportation within the rural AACOG region and into San Antonio. * Services for Veterans and their Families -- Housing 4 Texas Heroes, Call-a-Ride 4 Veterans, Veteran Leader Corps Program, Veteran information and referral services, Veteran Volunteer Program, Veteran & Military Community Council, and the San Antonio Coalition for Veterans and Families Information Program. * Housing & Energy Conservation Program -- Home Energy Efficiency Measures. Applications taken at the event. Applicant must bring proof of citizenship or resident alien status, proof of gross income, and any financial assistance received for all household members over age 18. Acceptable proof includes: • Proof of citizenship such as birth certificate and government ID or passport. • Pay stubs from work for the last 30 days (at least two pay stubs if paid bi-weekly, four if paid weekly). • 2015 Award letter for Social Security, annuity, and/or pension that includes monthly amount and shows type of benefits (ex: SSI/SSDI) received for current year. • If receiving unemployment, child support, pensions, or other financial assistance - need official award/benefit letter showing the name of the recipient and the amount received currently. • Self-employed individuals or persons paid in cash must complete notarized forms (ID required) • Copies of recent electric and gas bills clearly showing the account holder name and account number. * Partner/Member Organizations -- Workforce Solutions Alamo, Pride PHC Services, La Vernia Municipal Development District. Brought to you by Wilson County, Floresville ISD, and the cities of Floresville, La Vernia, Poth, and Stockdale.

For more information call 210-362-5204 or or visit www.aacog.com.
Contact Person: Tiffany Harris
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Majestic peacock
A beautiful, majestic pet peacock that belongs to County Line Animal Hospital in Adkins. It does not have a name, but likes to greet guests, roam the property, and make noises to welcome visitors.
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Team-roping event rescheduled

The Independent Cattlemen’s Association (SCTICA) Benefit Team Ropin’ set for Saturday, April 25, at the Stockdale Chamber of Commerce Arena in Stockdale, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 16, due to the weather. Full Story »

La Vernia dedicates new water well

La Vernia dedicates new water well

La Vernia dedicated a new municipal well April 17 with a ribbon-cutting at City Hall. Full Story »

Survey: La Vernia may be just the place!

Survey: La Vernia may be just the place!

La Vernia came in at number nine on the list of the 11 most affordable places to live near San Antonio, according to a press release sent out by Movoto. Full Story »

Fond memories of VBS

Hearing about the need for workers for Vacation Bible School (VBS) recently brought to mind those years my sister and I spent some of the summer with our great-grandmother in Kansas. Grandma, whose name was Ora Etta Cylinda Tredway, always took us to VBS. While she worked preparing and passing out the snacks we enjoyed all the fun games and learning about Jesus. There were no themes but learning was fun and we got to play some fun games outside. How different it is now. The one constant though has been teaching from the scriptures and making it fun. The planning is happening already and those who volunteer to help are always looking for more workers. I’m sure there are lots of young people who have fond memories from their VBS years. Full Story »

Cooking with seafood, a natural healthy choice

Since prehistoric times, man has seized a spear, fashioned a rod with string or tied a net together to pull a meal from streams and oceans. Even today, in some cultures, fishing is much more meaningful than just providing food. It’s a way of life, handed down and etched into the heredity. Taking food from the water was, and is, the most basic way to provide sustenance and survival. Full Story »

La Vernia teams top Wimberley

La Vernia teams top Wimberley

Things generally get heated up when La Vernia and Wimberley play each other, but the Bear baseball and Lady Bear softball teams had no trouble with the Texans and Lady Texans last week, as they rolled to a pair of wins. Full Story »

Voices for life and for sanity

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Faith inspires art

Faith inspires art

When Norma Montoya Muñoz moved to La Vernia several years ago, she had no idea how her artistic talents would soon be used to connect the heart of a community with a first-century saint. Full Story »

City OKs budget for new police vehicle

City OKs budget for new police vehicle

The La Vernia City Council has amended its 2014-15 fiscal year budget to allow for the purchase of generators for a new municipal well and a new police vehicle, among other items. Full Story »

Living life by the scriptures

A few weeks ago I wrote an article that was titled, “What would your scripture look like?” I began the article with the following: As I was reading my devotions for the day, an interesting question was in one of them, “Our lives may be the only Bible some people read.” This certainly stood out and made me think about my witness and how I can make a difference in the people that I meet each day, with the people I encounter daily or occasionally. How can we witness for Christ in every area of our lives? Full Story »

Cooking with fresh peas

The Kitchen Diva by Angela Shelf Medearis & Gina Harlow Full Story »

LV Bears split district games

In what was a difficult week for the La Vernia baseball team, the Bears split district games with Navarro and Cuero. Full Story »

Getting scientific, down at the mill

Getting scientific, down at the mill

On the corner of U.S. 290 and Lady Bird Lane in the heart of Johnson City, is a beautiful building with a unique twist; it is both modern and rustic. It began in 1880 as a gristmill and cotton gin. In 1901, it was retrofitted to a flourmill and finally to a feed mill, that remained operational over 50 years. After the feed mill closed in 1980, the iconic landmark was converted to a restaurant and entertainment complex, but it also closed. Full Story »

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