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opening, but the seats and
auditorium will be complete
along with the rest rooms.
The lobby and the much de-
served recognition wall will
not be done at that time,"
the spokesman said. "We
ask the people of Brady to
come and see their theatre."
The following evening,
Sunday, Nov. 11, the The-
ater Society will hold a
fundraising dinner to sup-
port the ongoing theater
Tickets are $50 per
The evening will begin
with a champagne tour of
the Palace Theater from
4- 5 p.m. Patrons will then
go to The Barrel House
for wine and cheese from
5- 6 p.m. then travel to The
Patio on Church Street for
an evening of dinner and
'' Join us for a fun evening
by purchasing tickets at
The Patio on Church Street
by calling 597-0569 or
contact any theater board
Tickets are limited.
In addition, there will
also be a silent auction
and a raffle (drawing to
be held Dec. 14) for the
following items: designer
rug ($750 value, donated
by Gary and Selene Schro-
eder); outdoor fire pit
($500 value, donated by
Evridge's); two Elan pil-
lows ($250 value, donated
by Damuth Taxidermy);
wooden lighted church
with tin roof ($200 value,
tin from old theater); hunt-
er's knife by Terry Peavy
($200 value, donated by
Brady Butane and Kim
and Robin King).
All proceeds benefit
McCulloch County His-
torical Theater Society.
Deadlines near for NAP and
New Acreage Certification
Please be aware that the 2013 Noninsured Crop Disaster
Assistance Program (NAP) deadline to obtain coverage for
all grasses and grapes is Dec. 1.
There will be some maj or changes in 2013 with new acre-
age certification dates. One new date quickly approaching
us is the new acreage certification date of Nov. 15 for all
grasses with NAP coverage. As you can see the certification
date of the grasses is prior to the deadline to purchase NAP
coverage therefore we highly recommend you call us prior
to Nov. 15 to certify your grasses and obtain NAP coverage
on the same day. Please call us to make an appointment our
phone number is 325-597-1512.
There has been much discussion regarding the continuation
of the Direct and Counter Cyclical Program (DCP). If the
new Farm Bill does not continue the DCP program and you
are an owner or operator on owned or leased land who grazes
or harvest hay on these DCP acres, the NAP program would
be a great choice to participate in. Please call us to discuss
how the NAP program could work for you. Just remember
the deadline for NAP will probably pass for 2013 coverage
prior to a new farm bill being approved.
Guest speaker Sunday at
Brady Community Church
Fernando Hernandez will be
speaking at Brady Community
Church, Sunday, Nov. 11, begin-
ning at 10:30 a.m.
His program motivates
youth to fight to do what's right
in today's society. His power-
ful message teaches children
to reach their destiny, stay in
school and off dmgs and alcohol
and to stay away from a gang-
related lifestyle. In addition,
his program focus on showing
respect to others, teachers and
principals, being honest and re-
fraining from lying and stealing
and to bring good grades home.
As one of 11 children, Her-
nandez grew up the hard way. At
the age of seven, his father was
sent to prison. Two short years
later, Hernandez had mastered
the art of cheating and steal-
ing and eventually became the
leader of a gang. By the time he
was 11 years old, he earned his
way into the county jail for the
first time. It would not be his
last time behind bars. He failed
the seventh and eighth grades
twice and eventually dropped
out of school. He had his first
dmg overdose at the age of 13;
his second at age 14.
He and his wife, Lorena,
began living together when he
was 17 and she was only 15.
He stopped her from attending
school and by the time she was
21, they had six children.
Aware of the wrong paths
they had taken in life, Hernan-
dez and his wife found a faith
to guide them in a different
direction and they began to fight
for what's right. He reached out
to the Brownwood community
and taught youth another way
to live—outside of dmgs, gangs
and violence. He shares his sto-
ries of poverty and triumph in
his program and gives students
choices and hope.
Hernandez has been a guest
speaker at Brady Middle School
and is scheduled to speak to the
High school in January.
The Brady community is
welcome to attend BCC Sun-
day morning as Hernandez
shares his story of triumph and
Gold cards on sale!
Brady High School seniors will be hitting the streets
around 7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 12 for their annual Gold
Card Rush Night.
They will be selling the Gold Card which is a dis-
count card from local businesses. Cards will sell for $10
and all proceeds will benefit Project Graduation 2012.
Trash schedule altered
due to Veterans Day
The City of Brady offices will be closed Monday, Nov.
12, in observance of Veterans Day.
The residential trash schedule for Monday will move to
Tuesday, and Tuesday's schedule will move to Wednesday.
Schedules for Thursday and Friday will remain the same
The city reminds everyone to have their trash placed in
their trash cans and out by the curb the night before their
scheduled pick up day to avoid being missed.
HOT Writers announce November meeting
The Heart of Texas Writers
Group will meet Thursday,
Nov. 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Brady Housing Authority
The program will be pre-
sented by Jo Anne Horn of
Fake Brownwood. Horn was
the daughter of an oil field
worker, and her family fol-
lowed the rigs all over West
Texas and into New Mexico.
The memories of nighttime
moves, the families of other
meeting planned Nov. 13
The Texas A&M Agri-Life
County Office, the FUMC Wes-
ley Nurse and the Department of
State Health Services are present-
ing classes for moms, dads and
grandparents of infants and tod-
dlers Tuesday, Nov. 13, beginning
at 10a.m. at First Baptist Church.
Parents or grandparents can
receive a package of diapers at
no cost for attending.
Program will offer informa-
tion on preventing childhood
For more information on
the Diaper Pantry Program,
please contact Jacque Behrens,
AgriFife Extension FCS Agent
at 597-1295; Finda Alastuey
RN - Wesley Nurse FUMC at
597-1571; or Toni Keltz-Nurse or
Helen Villareal-Breast Feeding
Consultant at 597-0550.
Diaper pantry meetings are
held every second Tuesday
from 10-11 a.m. at First Baptist
Church, 1103 W. 17th St., in
Brady. Moms-to-be are always
welcome to attend.
workers and the hardships and
the joys are still vivid in her
mind after many years.
These have all provided
her with material from which
she can draw on in her writ-
ing ventures. Watching Red
Adair put out an oil well fire
at night is the most vivid and
exciting of all.
After marrying and raising
her two sons, Horn decided to
try her hand at writing. In 197 5
she moved to San Antonio and
enrolled in the University of
Texas at San Antonio where
she took advantage of a num-
ber of creative writing classes
while majoring in English.
After relocating to Lake
Brownwood in 1989 with her
husband and dogs, she com-
piled the stories she wrote in
one of her classes into a book.
"To Pay The Piper" is about
the terrible drought in the
50s and how it affected some
of the residents of Caliche
Flats. These characters were
created from the memories
of the many people who have
passed through her life.
Because of one agent's
advice, Horn decided to learn
the craft of screenplay writing.
Though none have been pro-
duced, her screen plays have
won awards in several writing
contests. She is in the process
of returning to work on several
novels and one screenplay. She
has an assistant in her every
writing endeavor—a rescued
kitten named Hannah who
loves to type.
Visitors are always wel-
come to the HOTWG meet-
ings, and of course, all mem-
bers are encouraged to attend.
Refreshments will be avail-
For more information,
contact Charles Hallford at
792-8553 or Sue McCarley
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