By Truett Bell Waller
The County has hired an Engineer to determine what changes should be made to our Museum as well as other County buildings. Judy [Robinson, Museum Director] and I met with the engineer that is working on these county buildings, last Friday. He has asked me to pass along some ideas to see what everybody thinks about them. Please send in your comments. We have maybe a month to comment on them.
San Felipe – San Felipe de Austin Park will be hosting archeology themed activities in October. The event takes place Saturday, October 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free, but
donations are accepted.
By Laurie Bettis
The Hempstead Bobcats defeated the Royal Falcons 63-35 in the first home game of the season. Royal won the toss and had first possession for the night. The Bobcat defense went to work quickly and held the Falcons on their first drive forcing them to punt from the Royal 22 yard line on a 4th and 20.
Brookwood residents recently enjoyed a Texans game and hamming with the Texans Cheerleaders. The Brookwood residents are hugh Texans fans. Photo by Brooke Bierhaus Activities Assistant for Brookwood.
(NAPS)—Perennial plants are a gardener’s dream: They add color to borders and beds, and are relatively easy to maintain. Perennials can also be used to add fragrance and texture to gardens, as well as attract beneficial wildlife such as butterflies and hummingbirds. Planting perennials in the fall is like making a longterm investment—one that pays dividends the next year.
Cork oak forests are found in landscapes which cover nearly 2.7 million hectares of Portugal, Spain, Algeria, Morocco, Italy, Tunisia, and France. The harvesting of cork oak offers one of the finest examples of traditional, sustainable land use. However, this landscape faces many problems which threaten the future livelihoods of thousands of people and the very existence of numerous rare and endemic species.