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Lost: Male dog, "Buddy," 45 lbs., solid brown, crippled front leg, bright orange collar with tags, 1 mile south Hwy. 181, Floresville, is skittish but very friendly. Call/text 830-391-0527.

VideoFound: Australian Shepherd/Red Heeler mix, near Lake Calaveras, no chip or collar, approx. 3 years old, very friendly and well behaved, needs a loving home. Call 210-878-5073 or 210-878-5075.
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LANDSCAPE laborer/foreman needed asap, must have transportation, $9-$12 per hour, based on experience. Apply today, start tomorrow! Call 830-534-2903.  
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Bill Betzen  
Dallas, TX  
December 21, 2010 7:20am
 
I neglected to say that this project needs at least one teacher to volunteer to run the project. It is preferable to have a history teacher or language arts teacher who can most easily design lesson plans for such a historic writing project. However, anyone can take on to run this project. Share what I wrote with any teachers you know who would love to see their students again in 10 years. It may make a big difference in their schools if it works like it has in Dallas. We now have 7 schools with 500-pound gun vaults bolted to the floors in central locations in their lobby. The 9th grade bulge has virtually disappeared in the high schools we are working with. Something very positive is happening. Just help your students to focus on their own futures. Changing your plans for the future is not a problem. It is normal. Not having any plans is the disaster!
     
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