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Thursday, February 9, 2012 • Posted February 9, 2012

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Thursday, February 9

The Burnet County Republican Women (BCRW) meeting and Luncheon on Thursday will meet at Hidden Falls Golf Club in Meadowlakes at 11:30am to 1:00pm. There will be a Local Candidate Forum this month. For more information, call Jane Morrey at (830) 798-1988. All interested are welcome.

The Highland Lakes Garden Club will meet at 1 pm on Thursday, at the Marble Falls Library, 1010 Main Street. Club members will display their latest floral arrangements and explain the ideas and processes they used. If you are a gardener or wish to enhance your skills, you are welcome to come as our guest. For more information call Barbara Adams (830) 598.6463 or visit our website at:

Dinner Bingo for all who are interested is Thursday February 9 at Quail Point. Dinner will be catered by a local restaurant. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Dinner at 6:00 pm. Cost is $7.00 for dinner, $1.00 entrance fee and $1.00 per card. Reservations for dinner are required. For more information call Diane Jones at 598-4528.

Sunday, February 12

The International Club will present a program on PORTUGAL given by Francisca and Roy Nicholls. The meeting will begin at 12:30 pm at Quail Point. Everyone in Horseshoe Bay is invited, but reservations are required. Please remember that since this is a potluck gathering, you need to bring a salad dish or dessert. Reservations must be made by February. Please call Lourdes Langston at 598-1322, Valerie Walker at 598-6047, or Jennifer Keys at 596-0409.

The Church at Horseshoe Bay will present one of the premier contemporary Texas music ensembles, “SPOKEN FOR” at 3 PM on Sunday. The group sings with a unique blend of sweet harmony and joyous spirit that is catching to everyone who hears them. This concert is a part of the Church at Horseshoe Bay’s musical commitment to the community and is one in a series. There is no admission charge and no offering will be taken. Come early for the best seating.

Monday, February 13

Kingsland Hills Care Center will present a series of free programs open to the public. Mandy McCary of McCary and McCary, P.C. will present the first of the series “Medicaid and Long Term Care Qualifications and Myths” on Monday at 6:00 pm at Kingsland Hills Care Center at 3727 RR 1431 West, Kingsland. Refreshments will be served. For more information call Terri Wilkes (830) 613-7305 or Patti Bougher at (325) 388- 4538.

HSB Business Alliance will hold their business meeting at Quail Point, Monday from 6:15pm to 7:30pm. All businesses in the HSB area are invited to attend.

Tuesday, February 14

The next P & Z Commission meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, at 3:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. The agenda will be available Friday, February 10.

Wines Across Texas is offering a Valentine Sweetheart Dinner– a Magical Night of Fine Dining, Music and Dancing. The romantic dinner for two includes Prime Ribeye, Lobster Tails over Spinach Orzo, Salmon Crisp, a Pastry and Chocolate Bundle dessert and a bottle of Texas Sparkling wine to enjoy. Enchanting music will be provided by renowned classical guitarist Doug Day in a warm, cozy atmosphere. A pretty red rose will be presented to the ladies. Tuesday, February 14th 7-9pm $125 per couple, 4th and Main in Marble Falls in the Old Oak Square. Call for reservations 830-693-9463 or visit

Wednesday, February 15

Highland Lakes Service League will meet Wednesday from 11:30 - 1 p.m., at Hidden Falls Golf Club restaurant, in, Meadowlakes. For details and reservations, call Ginner at 972-765-2953.

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