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VideoMarma went missing near FM427/CR537. F/Terrier mix/30lbs/Orange/Red medium length fur. Can be extremely shy- please call or text 210-440-3889 if seen.
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The City of Floresville is currently accepting applications for the following position: General Maintenance Technician. A complete job description and application form may be obtained at City Hall, 1120 D Street, Floresville, Texas 78114, Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M.–5:00 P.M.; or on the City of Floresville website, www.floresvilletx.gov. Deadline to submit application is 5:00 PM on Friday, May 6, 2016. “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
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Students from Poth Elementary School attended the UIL Literary Meet in Karnes City on Dec. 10, 2010.

The contestants and alternates spent weeks studying and preparing for the events. All of this preparation paid off, as Poth Elementary students performed well and came away with numerous awards.

An awards ceremony and party were held in the Poth cafeteria on March 10 to honor the participants.

Second-grade storytelling

Third Place - Jeralyn Wiatrek

Fifth Place - Jordan Lyssy

Coaches - Shelly Weilbacher, Dana George

Third-grade music memory

First Place - Sarah Theuret

First Place - Aaron Antuna

First Place - Miles Korzekwa

Second Place - Laney Gorzell

Best Alternate - Charlie Bonjovi

First-place team

Coach - Patty Seidenberger

Third-grade spelling

Second place - Trace Harris

Third place - Miles Korzekwa

Third place - Faith Canales

Best alternate - Matthew Respondek

Coach - Shawn Nelson

Third-grade storytelling

First place - Elijah Nelson

Best alternate - Sarah Theuret

Coach - Joy LeLeux

Third-grade ready writing

Best alternate - Kyrah Luna

Coach - Lorelei Rodgers

Fourth-grade ready writing

Sixth place - Andrew Gonzales

Coach - Melissa Poth

Fourth-grade oral reading

Third place - Brock Kerby

Sixth place - Phaidra Malcher

Coach - Rhonda Kallies

Fourth-grade number sense

First place - Jacquelyn Woods

Second place - Emma Johnson

Third place - Zachary Hoover

Best alternate - Andrew Gonzales

Coach - Melissa Poth

Fourth-grade art

First place - Makayla Miller

First place - Chelsea Kruse

Second place - Alyssa Canales

Second place - Phaidra Malcher

Best alternate - Kelsey Soto

First-place team

Coach - Eloisa Griego

Fourth-grade spelling

First place - Makayla Miller

Fifth place - Jhett George

Sixth place - Madelyn Palacios

Coach - Kathy Felux

Fourth-grade music memory

Third place - Caleb McKinney

Fifth place - Mitchell Marquart

Fourth-place team - Mitchell Marquart, Carlos Alvizo, Caleb McKinney, Armando Guevara

Coach - Lori Burnside

Fifth-grade spelling

Second place - Matthew Maris

Sixth place - Lana Pruski

Coach - Wyndi Sanchez

Fifth-grade music memory

Best alternate - Elizabeth Castillo

Coach - Chris Swanson

Fifth-grade art

Sixth place - Mason Archer

Third-place team - Mason Archer, Leigha Reyes, Michael Jarzombek, Emma Gawlik

Coaches - Eloisa Griego, Janis Rotter

Fifth-grade number sense

First place - Kyle Zaiontz

Second place - Heath Dunn

Third place - Brianna Maha

Best alternate - Abram Wiatrek

Coach - Melissa Poth

Fifth-grade maps, graphs, and charts

First place - Cole Harris

Fourth place - Tiffany Martinez

Best alternate - RJ Cruz

Coach - Laurette Yanta

Fifth-grade listening skills

First place - Jennifer Laskowski

Coach - Lisa West

Fifth-grade dictionary skills

First place - Leigh Reyes

Coach - Debbie Liska

Other participants

Angelina Juarez, Kevin Zaiontz, Cooper Conn, Ryan Pruski, Levi Wiatrek, Jeanne Zager, Abby Garcia, Jenna Weston, Emily Leger, Hannah Lyssy, Dylan Melton, Kristen Laskowski, Alison Moczygemba, Connor West, Blake Moody, Catherine Henke
 

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