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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

mp- ' iKasi®! p^e 2 - Section D - C*SMEDUPUBUCATK B-M«rd 29 30, 2006 Containers offer gardening opportunities P JL i) k lant and flower containers can be as simple or as decorative and 'colorful as you want to make them. Or you can buy eye-catch- ing, pre made containers for color on the go! To inspire your own creativity, take a look online at www.fernlea.com. There, you will find a number of "container planting recipes" to assist you with combi- nations of flowers and plants for your windowsill, the apartment bal- cony, or to make a statement at your home's front door. There are a few steps to consider, says Fernlea, when creating and planting your own container: 1. Location - consider how much sun your container will get and then choose your plants according to the recommended sun or shade require- ments. 2. Container - when selecting a container, consider one with drainage holes in the bottom. And, when thinking of the size of container, remember the smaller ones will dry out fa...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

March 29 - 30, 2006 - C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - Section D - Page 3 r?W & ^ E very spring, homeowners across the U.S. take to the hills — the ant hills, we mean. Defending your home, yard, and the ones you love from a formidable enemy — the ant — can be like a grown up game of King of the Hill. It's you or the ant. Fortunately, homeowners everywhere can confidently do battle using modern, effective "weaponry" and the latest tactics against those pesky anls. Here is an easy-to-implement battle plan designed to defend your camp ... and ultimately win the war. "There are two basic ways to get rid of ants," says Stewart Clark, technical director of Senoret Chemical Company, makers of TERRO® brands, the country's leading ant control treatments. "Aerosol sprays will show immediate results, but the ants will quickly return because the colony has not been destroyed. Using liquid bait delivers a more long-term solution because you are using the ants as a 'delivery' system to attack the...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

jivf® " ~ [''■■''I *ir#w Spa ■ P^e 4-Section D - C*S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - March 29 - 30,2006 A green lawn is good for environment I A green lawn is not only good for the family, its good for the environment as well. In their quests to achieve rolling hills of green, homeowners may par- ticipate in some lawn-care tech- niques that are not so "green" or, in other words, healthy for the environ- ment. This includes an abundant use of pesticides and powered lawn equipment. According to the EPA, Americans apply 70 million pounds of pesti- cides yearly to home lawns, trees and shrubs, roughly 10 times more per acre than is used on farms. These pesticides can ultimately trickle down into fresh-water supplies and impact the habitats of animals, insects and other creatures. Watering the lawn, trees and shrubbery can put a drain on the water supply if done improperly. Rest assured that you don't need to give up your gardening hobby or quest to have the best lawn. There are ways to enjoy a bea...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

IE FE MARCH 30 - APRIL 1 F. OrU liraiiglu igriciltire Ceitor-ffllHmleiLn., Iff A special Section of The Wylie News compliments of F.O. Birmingham Memorial Land Trust

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

PA6E 2 - CM Mriia PabliettiMi - Mireh 29 • 30, 2006 Wylie Ag Science Center ranks as one of best in state The F.O Birmingham Agricultural Center was given to the Wylie ISD Agriculture Department in 1993 by the Franklin Ovid Birmingham Memorial Land Trust. Thecomplex was built in 1993 after the land, 37-plus acres, was given in December 1992 by the trust. Money for the land, the buildings and the construc- tion was funded entirely from the 1940 Birmingham trust. Since the complex was handed over to the school board sev- eral years ago, the school district, the ag support group and the students have made significant improvements. Included at the south entrance of the complex is a 30' x 80' room that houses the ag office, tack room, animal show- ers, and a general work room used to weigh and groom the animals. A 60' X 80' middle section houses individual pens for show steers. An extended over-hang on the east and west side of the building covers part of the exercise pens. The show ring...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

MARCH 29 - 30, 2006 - C&S MeJi. Publications - PAGE 3 'The building is his legacy' Helmberger's heritage continues to flourish By Billi Gray The Wylie FFA receives support from individuals throughout the community. But one man, especially, has made a huge impact on the organization through more than 20 years of involvement. His name is Dwayne Helmberger. Born in 1932 in South Dakota, Mr. Helmberger worked with animals throughout his youth. His father was a farmer. However, he did not choose agricultural work as a profession. Instead, Mr. Helmberger attended South Dakota State University and earned a Bachelor of Science in engineering. He then embarked on a career with Army Corps of Engineers that took him around the country, from Omaha, Neb., to Chamberlain, S.D., to Tulsa, Okla. In a break from his post in Tulsa, Mr. Helmberger earned a master's degree in environmental engineering from the University of Wisconsin. In the 70s, Helmberger and his growing family, which eventually ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

PAGE 4 - CAS Media Publications - MARCH 29 - 30, 2006 Thompson decides her career is in the classroom Wylie High School teacher Kristi Thompson is a rookie in Wylie but a veteran in her field. The young agricultural science and floral design instructor has been teaching for several years. Prior to coming to Wylie, Thompson taught for three years at North Shore High School in Houston. Thompson's experience in agriculture is more exten- sive. She has been handling animals since she was a child growing up in Floresville, Texas, near San Antonio. Her first animal was a pig. As a 4H member, she even- tually got into raising and showing chickens, turkeys and goats, but she continued to raise pigs throughout her life. "People wouldn't guess that 1 enjoy working with pigs as much as I do," Thompson said. She and her husband, who met at the San Antonio Live Stock Show, breed and raise cross-bred hogs and Poland-China pigs at their home. "They're like our babies," Thompson said, acknowl- edgi...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

MARCH 29 - 30, 2006 - C&S Media Publications - PAGE 5 Cody Daniel East Fork 4-H is in its 14th year. The club has 43 active members, including two Clover kids. The club does a community service project each month. Previous projects have included Trick or Treating for Can Goods for Wylie's Community Christian Care Center, a towel drive for Sachse Vet Clinic, a hat and glove drive for Piano Shelter, and visits to the nurs- ing home for Thanksgiving and Valentines. East Fork 4-H meets on the fourth Monday of every month in American National Bank Wylie's community room. The club is open to anyone in Collin County from Kindergarten to 12th grade. Members show animal projects including turkeys, chickens, rabbits, horses, cattle, goats and sheep. Taylor Willmon % irs v iek; i*< Some 4-H turkeys Bailey Smith 2006 East forK 4-H Officers President - Cody Daniel 1st Vice Presidents - Ashley Holt and Harley Gayken 2nd Vice Presidents - Ashley and Emily Klingbeil 3rd Vice Presidents - She...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

PAGE 6 - CM Mriii - MARCH 29 - 30, 2006 Wylle FFA & 4H Sho Year 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 Category Steer Heifer Market Swine Breeding Swine Market Goat Breeding Goat Name Clayton Trammel Cody Daniel Stoney Story Stoney Story Kutter Poole Sarah Cunningham Breeding Rabbits Hannah Brantley Broiler Dairy Heifer Market Lamb Breeding Lamb Steer Heifer Market Swine Breeding Swine Market Goat Breeding Goat Samantha Brammer Whitney LaJaunie Shelby Dickerson Karen Hoel Daily Fuller Shelby Wells Bailey Smith Emily Klingbeil Ashley Klingbeil Kyle Campbell Dani Salvatore Breeding Rabbits Jessica Meeker Broiler Chris Hunt Dairy Heifer Shelby Dickerson Market Lamb Dailey Fuller Breeding Lamb Jesse Stenger Steer Heifer Market Swine Breeding Swine Market Goat Market Lamb Fryers Broiler Breeding Ewe Breeding Goat Clayton Tramell Layne Foster Stoney Story Colby Carroll Tyler Lajuanie Justin Roach Rebecca Knippel Katie Hunt Dailey Fuller Amanda Walby Breeding Rabbits Casey Locklear Steer Heifer Mark...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

MARCH 29 - 30, 2006 - C&S Media Publications - PACE 7 2005 Show & Sale Benefactors gale Buyers AAAssured Storage Alford Homes Allen Pediatrics American National Bank Ben Scholz Farms Bill Donahue Birmingham Trust Extruders FEC Electric First National Bank of Sachse Gallagher Construction George Elking George Magnuson Harry Tibbals Inwood National Bank J&K Sales Jimmy Clack Jodi Nestrick John & Sandy Mondy J.R. & Pauline Tramell KCK Construction Law Office of Steve Hoel Liz Garrison Marilyn Mask PBK Engineering Raymond Cooper RLK Engineering Rockin L Ranch Southwest Securities Terry Ruddick Tommy Pulliam Trident Company Wylie Economic Development Wylie Insurance Wylie West Executive Offices Contributors Chad McEntee (Auctioneer) Ballard Street Cafe Birmingham Land Board Tractor Supply Jeff & Carol Self Todd Brammer JC Ornamental Iron Works Moulding Associates Wylie Flower & Gift Shop Carroll Jewelry Hilton Hotel Platinum Sponsors Ronnie Fetzer Terry & ...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 March 2006

PAGE 8 - C&S Media Publications - MARCH 29 - 30, 2006 te fe % V:v|Jill'l"A I llilili,111(1 I 11 'IT73 >«K ifV wy J. i- '4 ' Photos courtesy East Fork 4-H and Billi Gray I iikr I r \ \ \ 111 i i - L. Cooiw . „ IB OIKLhj % Juaoii i ll .iinl Ills TTiTTh A special Section of The Wcjlie News compliments of T.O. Birmingham Memorial Land Trust

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

6? : - - :• ...... . ... m Sachs Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse © Copyright 2006 All rights reserved. Volume 2: Issue 10 Sschss, Texas • Thursday, April 6, 2006 • C&S Media Publications 3 Sections, 24 pages 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 Obituaries 4A Occasions 5A Op/Com 11A Sports Section B Real Estate 2C Classifieds 8C Barbecue, music at Salmon Park f The Sachse Parks and Recreation Department, in con- junction with the Amateur Barbecue League, is hosting a cook-off and Music at the Park Fest Friday and Saturday, April 7 and 8, at Salmon Park. Local musicians are invited to showcase their talent at the Music Fest April 8. For more information or to vol- unteer to perform, call Cynthia Blake at 469-429-0275. City-wide annual Egg Scramble set The annual Easter Egg Scramble will be held at 10 a.m Saturday. April 8, at Heritage Park. The Easter Bunny will hide candy and special prize eggs for all participating children. The event is co-sponsored by the Cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

fa) -vV :•+> > 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thuriday, April 6,2006 ■MRP v«^ ' ______ >."• v- ■■•*: $\k$c~s?' tt *"> ■ :• :* ££$ .■vr.:'s v;'. "M i>&;: ,!*. . ' , .1. WyUe ■ In-Sync hosting egg hunt April 15 In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Refuge will host an Easter egg hunt at noon April 15. The event will include prizes, face painting, games, crafts and concessions and then visitors are invited to "stick around to see the big cats get their Easter eggs and treats," said Vicky Keahey, owner of the facility. Suggested donation is $10 for adults, $7 for children 5 to IS and free for those under 4. For information, call 972-442-6888. In-Sync Exotics is located at 3430 Skyview Dr. Piano ■Educator to talk about state-imposed reforms Dr. Don McLeroy, a member of the Texas State Board of Education, will be speaking April 6 at Parkway Hill Baptist Church, 2700 Dallas North Tollway. His topic will be current reforms imposed on local districts by the state. Coffee will begin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

Thursday, April 6, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 w - At the library By Dolores Greenwald, Sachse Public Library Director Thank you, it was a (Book) Blast! Sachse Public Library Corner ot Miles and Sachse Roads Sachse, TX 975 530-8966 Web site www.cltyofsachse.com/library April 2006 Library Hours: Mor -Thurs. noon—8:00 p.m. Friday noon—6:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m.—4:00 pm. Sunday Closed Thank you! Thank you so much for helping to make Book Blast 2006 a ter- rific success! We had a tremendous turn out for the story times and to meet and greet Devin Harris, Dallas Maverick Player #34. Devin graciously signed pic- tures and greeted many of his fans. Joe Stone, with the Sachse Historical Society, educated listen- ers with stories of the founding of the City of Sachse and the library. Dolores Greenwald Anne McCrady did a marvelous job storytelling. And BIG THANK YOUS to Sachse Mayo; like Felix; Radio Disney; Sachse News Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher; and Miss Garlan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, April 6,2006 ■S'./ Hi U It .S Carolyn Elizabeth Kaufman Funeral services for Carolyn Elizabeth Kaufman, 58 of Murphy were held April 5, 2006 at First Christian Church of Piano (Disciples of Christ). The Revs. Bruce Grentz and Mike McConachie officiated. Mrs. Jones died on March 29 in Piano. She was born July 1, 1947, in Dallas, to Jeremiah Raymond and Mary Virginia Thompson. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Ruth Annette DeSpain. Survivors include her husband of 32 years, Bobby Kaufman; three sons, Jason Kaufman and his wife Ilsbeth, Matthew Kaufman and his wife Misty, and Andrew Kaufman; step-daughter, Melissa Dunn and her husband Ronnie; granddaughter, Anna Arnold; brother, Jerry Thompson and his wife Carolyn Ann; step-brother Anson Funderburgh and his wife Renee; and, many other family members. Mrs. Kaufman was a lifetime member of the First Christian Church of Piano (Disciples of Christ). Her family said "sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

Thursday, April 6, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 5 Occasions Stiver Scene by Dixie Dickson, Seaior Center Coordinator Anna Hillock and Jonathan Lamb Tullock, Lamb engagement announced Dr. Samuel Tullock and Kathy Tullock of Wylie have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Anna, to Jonathan Lamb. The prospective groom is the son of Nick Lamb and Sandi Lamb of Mesquite. The wedding is planned for 6:30 p.m. May 27 at Murphy Road Baptist church. The bride-to-be is a 2000 graduate ol Wylie High School and a 2005 graduate from the University of Texas at Dallas. She currently is a biol- ogy teacher at AT Academy in Dallas. The prospective groom graduated in 2002 and is a student at Texas A&M-Commerce. He is the owner of Lambs Lawn Service. As you read this column, my group and I will be gone on a mystery trip within the state of Texas and will give you a full report next week. Last week was a fun packed week with a trip to the Dallas Arboretum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

/ §j| - "■ i. i ,i > .4 A-THE SACHSE NEWS-Thunday, April 6,2006 ^ % "f-W*;V •:-- • <■ ' •• • • ■**■■" ■" < :f- ■ |' v^g' * ■•-• '. If *-^V ;. - ' V '' ,jr •_ 'fl NsJftj• .£?fo'-~C '.;. - : .' •■• ", ■ '^ iA— •'•' ':vjEp'-v . Hie Burnett Junior High School Sweethearts competed last weekend in the ADTS National Championship on the Univenity of North Texas campus in Denton. For solo perfor- mances, five team members earned Division One ratings - Kiah Green, Paige Morrow, Rachel Pittenger, Sierra Thomas and Chelsy Owen. In the team division, the Sweethearts won the Gussie Nell Davis Award of Excellence for earning scores of 90 and above for all of their routines. They also earned the title of National Champion in two categories: Pom and Military. They were named First Runners Up in the Overall National Champion category. Burnett Junior High School stu- dents Lena Chesnut and Monica Kiewit were named Honorable Mentions to the UIL One-Act Play All-Star Cast. Burnett students per-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

, f. ' VS. - pmm.ft' wmm Thursday, April 6, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 §*■wi" « 2006 WHS Birmingham Scholars identified Wylie ISD has announced the names of the 2006 Birmingham Scholars. They are Samantha Brammer, Rheannon Bullock, Cassie Clampitt, Catherine Cook, Alysha Cooper, Ashley Dudrow, Kendal Emerson. Francheska Gonzalez, Jessica Hemann, Cameron McCord, Jensen Mecca, Amanda Peacock, Jennifer Quintor, Holly Royster, Nick Russell, Tracy Russell, K.L. Snapp, Meghan Scott, Morgan Tinsley, Randi Tuggle, Michael Vinakalns and Samantha Walls. The Pearl Birmingham Scholarship fund was established in ^L947 by T. F. Birmingham of Tulsa, Vikla., to comply with a request by his sister, Pearl Birmingham, who died in 1946. In her will, Ms. Birmingham left 1,000 shares of common stock in the Standard Oil Company of Ohio to support the scholarship fund. Today, the fund supports 11 $11,000 scholarships and 11 $1,000 awards annually. To be eligible for the awards, stu- dents ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

?V>: -.ft 7:&Vt -kJV I - Section A - THB SACHSB NEWS - Hwnday. April 6.2006 SK \ ■< ■ Life-long Wylie resident recalls time as WWII German prisoner of war HJ. Moore, 83, was part of the Wylie >foluntcer Fire Department for more than 30^oan. He remember* using "The General," a fire truck Wylie bought from Dallas in the 1960s. Wylie used the truck for many years then sold it to the Josephine Volunteer Fire Department. When The'General was finally retro d, It came to rest in a field where the Wyue Fire Department dis- covered it, was able to reclaim it and restore it. It is said to be one-of-a-kind in Texas. Other retired volunteers are John Hartfield, A.B. Simmons, O.W. Hampton, John Housewright, Larry Allen, John Pendergrass, Ronnie Rollins, Mike Rollins, Danny Allen and W.C. Allen. Mr. Moore has lived in Wylie all his life except for his Army days in the 106th Division during World War II. He was in the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944 and was a prisoner of war in G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 6 April 2006

I 1 THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Now, isn't that nice? A . 1 v ^ E.m Judy Truesdell Mecca I get amused sometimes at the things people will do, seeming- ly so that they will appear nice or appropriately appreciative. Here's an example: When you're walking to your car in a parking lot, and a dri- ver stops and lets you cross do you smile and then run a little bit so he will see that you're so appreciative? You his waiting time by maybe one sec- ond, but you want him to see that you don't take that gesture for granted. Or how about when someone lets you merge onto the highway in front of them or otherwise yields to you in your car - don't you give "the little wave?" meaning, "Thanks for letting me cut in front you." So far, I think you're probably with me. You've certainly utilized "the lit- tle wave" and probably even "the little run." Bui how about "the little fold at the top of ...

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