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Getting into Gardening

The headline in a small pamphlet released by the National War Garden Commission in 1919 simply read, “Small things count!” In April of 1917 the US had entered World War I and there were real fears of major food shortages both at home and on the frontlines. And though the illustrations were incredibly cute, the wording was serious: “Prevention of widespread starvation is the peacetime obligation of the United States. The War Garden of 1918 must become the Victory Garden of 1919.”

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Wimberley Valley Ribbon Cutting

Chamber Ribbon Cutting was held on Wednesday, March 11th at 12 Noon at Lara’s Canine Solutions. They offer dog Training, Boarding, Solutions to Behavioral Problems, Breeding and Adoption. Contact Lara at the Wimberley location at 6595 Ranch Road 12 at 512-618-6006. SUBMITTED PHOTO

United Way reinstalls Disaster Relief Fund

United Way of Hays and Caldwell Counties has reinstated the disaster relief fund to assist those affected by the COVID-19 virus, particularly economically, in Hays and Caldwell counties. “We are working with our partners to distribute these funds directly to those in need throughout Hays and Caldwell Counties in the coming days, weeks and months,” a press release from United Way said. “There is not currently a process for the public to apply for these funds. We ask that members of the public be patient as we raise the critical dollars to assist as many of our community members as we can.”

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Agave

Many Agaves are native to Hill Country. When I moved into my house in 2002 there were Agaves already located here. The deer do not eat them, but when they shed the velvet on their antlers they use the Agaves to help this process. The Agaves look terrible after the deer use their sharp edges to assist in removing the velvet from their antlers.

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Wimberley Valley Ribbon Cutting

Since 2002, we are your one-stop service to the Hill Country! First, we help find the perfect property for weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners and family reunions, for example. Then, we can handle even business meetings and many other celebrations, no problem. In conclusion, attention to detail makes your Hill Country stay a truly memorable experience. So reach out to us today! Contact information (512) 847-7460 or info@hillcountrypremier.com SUBMITTED PHOTO

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P.O. Box 49
Wimberley, TX 78676
Phone: 512-847-2202
Fax: 512-847-9054