Welcome to 2015. Just 14 days into the New Year, are you keeping your New Year’s resolutions?
Are we ready for a new year and all the changes that are sure to come to our area, with new homes, more businesses and, yes, more traffic?
With the purchase of the Jardine property on Main Street, a new city hall, library and police department will be constructed where the longhorns roamed. Across the street from Willie’s Joint also on Main, a sign indicates a new building will be built on the property formerly owned by Don Wiley. No word on what will happen to the old city hall, library and police buildings.
Members of the Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Inc. recently voted to change the name of the nonprofit organization to Onion Creek Senior Center. Members of the center extend an invitation to area seniors to visit the center at 420 Barton’s Crossing in Buda or visit the website at www.onioncreekseniorcitizens.org.
Put your boots on and come on over to the Thursday night dance at the Onion Creek Senior Center on Jan. 15, from 6 to 9 p.m., with music by John Hanson. Food and drinks will be available from 5:30 until 8:30. The public is welcome.
The folks at Buda Dental Professionals are ready to “get real about food” and they invite everyone to join them at the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 17. A special screening of the movie “Fed Up” will be shown.
Good luck to all the young folks participating in the Hays County Youth Show in Dripping Springs Jan. 21-24. The auction starts at 11 a.m. on Jan. 24.
It’s time for the annual Girl Scout cookie sale. Proceeds directly benefit the Girl Scouts of Central Texas by providing funds for programs, financial aid, camps and more. The cookies are always good, so be sure to purchase a box or two.
With all the rain we are getting now, the blue bonnets should be beautiful this spring.