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Clark Regan was the lucky winner of the San Marcos Daily Record’s new subscriber drawing for an Easter bunny and basket of Easter treats — but he wasn’t the only one. Regan chose to donate his Easter winnings to the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

SMDR Easter Bunny Contest winner

Clark Regan was the lucky winner of the San Marcos Daily Record’s new subscriber drawing for an Easter bunny and basket of Easter treats — but he wasn’t the only

At the conclusion of the Inaugural Convocation at San Marcos Baptist Academy, President Brian N. Guenther and his wife, Christy, lead the recessional at the Robinson Christian Center. Dr. Guenther was inaugurated as the school’s 15th president on March 30. Photo by Don Anders

Guenther inaugurated as SMA’s 15th president

Dr. Brian N. Guenther was inaugurated as the 15th president of San Marcos Baptist Academy during a Convocation March 30 on the Academy campus. Guenther has served as president of

Twenty one members of the Miller Choir auditioned for the TMEA All-Region 12 Honor Choir at Wood MS in San Antonio earlier this month, with 17 qualifying. Shown are (top row, from left) Cora LaCoss, Zara McElroy, Sean Morrow, Alex Sanchez, Samantha Irvin and Julianna Garza; (middle row, from left) Sara Amaya Cruz, Adylyn Jeffers, Chase Martinez, Timothy Neffendorf and Addison Odam (front row, from left) Dorothy Paddison, Rosario Castro-Rosas, Caleb McDaris, Trey Harris and Natalie Veech. The regional clinic will be held May 4, 3 p.m. at Seguin High School. Submitted photo

Miller MS choir members qualify for regional

Twenty one members of the Miller Choir auditioned for the TMEA All-Region 12 Honor Choir at Wood MS in San Antonio earlier this month, with 17 qualifying. Shown are (top

Left to right, SMPD Asst. Chief Bob Klett, Mayor Jane Hughson, Fire Chief Les Stephens, Police Chief Chase Stapp, fifth-graders Cecelia Carrisalez and Alyssa Ensle, Principal Scott Masini, Senior Administrative Assistant Diana Tagle Guerrero, fifth-grader Brian Momah, Chamber of Commerce President Jason Mock, Vice Principal Trista De La Cruz, Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Jessica Pizana and SMCISD Trustee Margie T. Villalpando pose with the check presented by the San Marcos Fire and Police departments to Travis Elementary last Friday. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Fire, police donate to Travis Elementary

Left to right, SMPD Asst. Chief Bob Klett, Mayor Jane Hughson, Fire Chief Les Stephens, Police Chief Chase Stapp, fifth-graders Cecelia Carrisalez and Alyssa Ensle, Principal Scott Masini, Senior Administrative

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