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Pass the cluck for a buck


Pass the cluck for a buck
Studio 775 owner Crystal Garcia, holding an Australorp cockerel, gladly shows her support for breast cancer awareness as she is joined by Sarah and Michael Schwartz of the former Red, White, & Blue Poultry Club during their recent “Pass the Rooster” fund-raiser event.


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Fund-raiser for breast cancer awareness


Members of the former Red, White, & Blue Poultry Club went pink Oct. 5, during the club’s annual “Pass the Rooster” fund-raiser. This year, the group partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to raise awareness of and funds to fight this disease.

Susan, Sarah, and Michael Schwartz were among those who visited businesses to invite the participants to keep the rooster or, for a nominal donation, pass it on to a fellow business.

Among the businesses visited were Clean Swimming Pools, Animal Crossing Veterinary Hospital, Lone Star Barber Shop, Studio 775, Lube Works in La Vernia, St. Hedwig Feed, Lubianski Feed, and David Fleitas, DDS.

In other news, the members of the former Red, White, & Blue 4-H Poultry Club of Wilson County have joined the Fancy Feathers 4-H Club, based in Wimberley. Fancy Feathers, according to its website, “is the first 4-H Club in Texas devoted to fancy, backyard, and show chickens.”

For more information, visit www.fancyfeatherstx.org/.

pkopecki@wcn-online.com
 

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