by SANDRA GRIZZLE
I bet little Stella Reece Wallendorf thought the big party at Buda Dental Professionals last Saturday was in celebration of her second birthday, which was Nov. 12th. Stella is the daughter of Jamie (the hygienist in the office) and Andrew Wallendorf. The street party was really honoring Don Taylor’s 30 years of taking care of all of his many patients in the Buda area. Taylor started his practice in 1982 in a small office on North Loop 4 (that was the name before it became North Main Street). Over the years the practice outgrew the old facility and a new more modern one was constructed at the corner of Main and Ash. We congratulate Taylor and his fine staff for the years of service.
The Friends of the Buda Library are asking for book donations for the annual book sale during Budafest. Drop your gently used books off at the library and then return to the library during Budafest to purchase bags of books.
This is just Thanksgiving week and already it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Lights and decorations are going up all around us in hopes that St. Nick will make his appearance at the 33rd annual Budafest, which is Dec. 1 and 2. The downtown Main Street will be all-aglow starting at dark on Friday, Nov. 23.
If you are looking for a unique gift for the person who has everything, buy a brick paver. By purchasing the brick from the Onion Creek Senior Citizens with the person’s name on it, you will have a present and also help the seniors with funding the new senior center. The bricks are $100 each. For information contact Pat Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-0288.
Anniversary wishes go out to Audrey and Bob Elder on Nov. 21.
Enjoy your Turkey and watch lots of football games!