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February Spring

By the time you read this column Valentine’s Day will have already passed . That means it is time to trim the roses in preparation for spring blooms. After trimming, the young red growth will be visible. This new growth is susceptible to freezes, so if a hard freeze is predicted you might cover your bushes.


One of my favorite readings about planting grass for a lawn turned up as I was trying to decide what I could write about for my Keep Wimberley Beautiful Wimberley View column. The title of the reading is God & St. Francis. Because it is longer than my column allows, I will edit it to suit the paper’s requirements. Here goes my summary of the delightful original.

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Pastor Regen serves 10 years in Wimberley

Wimberley Presbyterian Church celebrated the ten year anniversary of their pastor, Clint Regen, on Sunday, January 31 at 11 am. This Sunday also marked his 40th year in Christian ministry. The church honored him with a slideshow during the Sunday service, followed by a drive-by car parade at his home. He was also presented with a scrapbook of letters and cards. Regen arrived in Wimberley in 2011, and has embraced the town as his home. He vibrantly preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ and instructs his congregation to carry that hope through every area of their lives. The main focus of his ministry is leading people to Jesus through sound Scriptural preaching and teaching them about God’s transforming love.

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Outdoor activities

As we wait for the Covid vaccine to reach more arms and for the arrival of Spring, there is not much color in the garden right now to write about. My daughter, Blair Knies, gave me an idea one recent day. She started telling me how good she felt because she and her friend and neighbor, Robin Tenney, had been out picking up litter in their neighborhood. She said they did this nearly every Wednesday for about an hour and a half or more. She said they did this for themselves as well as for their community because it gave them a sense of making a difference during this distressing time of covid. A wonderful excuse to get outside to combat covid boredom. Note, however, that they have been picking up litter for sometime, even before covid times.

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Starr of the show at Alexis Pointe

Imagine being responsible for the lives of senior individuals in assisted living under lockdown because of COVID-19. The necessary procedures make it difficult, if not impossible, for many normal forms of socialization. How do you keep them occupied and safe while doing it? Ask Katy Starr of Alexis Pointe Senior Living.


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