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Lost & Found

Lost/dognapped: Black Lab/Pyrenees male puppy, about 30 pounds, vaccination tag on collar, last seen on Wood Valley Dr., Wood Valley Acres, Adkins, Sat., July 18 around noon. 210-827-9533.
Lost July 4th male Chihuahua white with brown spots walks slow older dog went missing in Poth last seen walking down FM541 call 8304009851 if you seen him snowball
Lost: Black cow off Hwy. 119 and Denhawken area, has a horseshoe brand with N on left hip and two ear tags. Call 830-391-5589 or 830-391-4802.
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Help Wanted

Service Coordination Supervisor. Camino Real Community Services is seeking a SC supervisor who will manage and supervise service coordinators. This position will ensure implementation of local authority functions for individuals diagnosed with Intellectual and Development Disabilities (IDD) enrolled in Medicaid waivers and other programs. This position will be housed at the IDD Admin. Office located in Floresville and will also service as the office manager for this location. Submit resume to  Camino Real Community Services, Attn: HRS, P.O. Box 725, Lytle, TX 78052 or fax to 830-772-4304. Visit www.caminorealcs.org for applications and other details. EOE.
Data entry position for Angell Enterprises, full-time positions, 30+ hours, for very busy office, customer service skills a must, pay based on experience. Serious applicants apply in person at 2301 10th St., Floresville, ask for Hilda.
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December 18, 2009 8:17am
 
Sometimes when I tell my kids and grandkids about things told to me by my parents and grandparents.....they are shocked. One of my grandmothers came from Arkansas to Texas in a covered wagon. The other grandmother was a teenager during the flapper years. She taught me the dances and I have showed them to my kids. She also told me stories of how they survived the great depression. One grandfather was a prospector and traveled much of his youth on horse back. I have a picture of him with his first six shooter that he bought at 16 yrs. He also thought space ships and man going to the moon was a hoax! LOL
Both sets of great grandparents took english names when they decided to not live on reservations.
So much history and my kids just love it. Now I tell my kids to remember the times they are living in along with the stories I tell them. Future generations may forget what was and is America. It is up to us to keep the true history alive.
     
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