Lifestyle

Thu
05
Nov

Mother/son duo named artist of the month

by Kim Eagle
Lifestyles editor
 
 
Thu
05
Nov

Sabinal band places 13th in state competition

The Sabinal High School Yellowjacket marching band received 13th place in state marching band competition held Monday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The band advanced to state following competition held last week in Fredericksburg.
Thu
29
Oct

Eric Genuis and friends to perform at Sacred Heart

 
 
 
by Kim Eagle, lifestyles editor
 
Composer, virtuoso and acclaimed performer Eric Genuis is coming back to Uvalde for another performance, and this time he is bringing friends.
 
On Tuesday, Genuis, vocalist Sarah Kennedy, violinist Eugeniu Ceremus and cellist Katie Beth Farrell will perform at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church.
 
Two performances will be held. One will take place at 10 a.m. in the parish hall and another at 7 p.m. in the church. The event is free to the public, but donations are greatly appreciated.
Genuis
Thu
29
Oct

From sneakers to tiara, Gonzales is queen of UHS

By Ale Garza and Amanda Sandoval
 
Sun
25
Oct

Fall production weaves classic coming-of-age story

 

by Kim Eagle, lifestyles editor

Uvalde High School theater students hope to weave a magical web as they perform “Charlotte’s Web” for their fall production.

The play, which has one private and two public shows planned, will feature students taking acting and technical classes.

The two public performances have been set for Wednesday, Nov. 4 and Saturday, Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m. The students ask for a $3 donation to go towards costumes for University Interscholastic League competition next semester. Greater donations are always appreciated.

A free, private showing for all Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District elementary students is tentatively planned for Friday, Nov. 6.

Isabella Hernandez, publicity manager, said another way they are trying to raise money is through selling advertisements for the official “Charlotte’s Web” program.

Thu
22
Oct

Trim-a-tree is back

Texas Home Furnishings will be conducting its fifth-annual trim-a-tree for charity food drive. Any non-profit organization is welcome to register to participate. The number of groups will be limited to 10, and participants will be selected by Texas Home Furnishings staff.
 

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