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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

1 ; . f,' M" ■"• iw Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, June 23, 2005 Janie Feliz Show Igl^agJ • janie Feliz begins at 6:00 p.m. • Jason Williams begins at 7:30 p.m. • Fireworks begin at dusk featuring Jason Williams Ss/jz and Jason Williams Parking will be available on the home side of Pirate Stadium and around Wylie High School. Entrance for parking will be allowed off of FM 544 and FM 1378 only. All handicapped parking will be directed to the visitor side of the stadium with appropriate vehicle markings. Overflow parking will be available from the Albertson's/ Home Depot parking lot located at FM 544 andWestgate Way. Shuttle busses will begin at 5:00 p.m. Concessions will be available. No alcoholic beverages permitted in the park. P "PARKING 3 •HANDICAP PARKING SP-SHUTTLEPARKING FM 544 City of WylU Cull 972-442-7588 or visit www.wy/ietexos.gov for more information. Cancellations due to Inclement weather call 972-442-8199 Lions and tigers in Wylie, oh my! In-Sync Exot...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

<r "ft*1 V"'*-'< m * * "+■+%, f 9- •''t Mustang \ SL*3 *1 Instructors needed by Parks & Recreation The Sachse Parks and Recreation department is on the lookout for new instructors. If you have a talent and/or certification and would like to teach a class, please contact Cynthia Wilson at 972-495-7600. The goal is to expand services offered to Sachse residents. Tumbling Tot classes to start soon Tumbling classes for toddlers, ages 3-6, will he offered on Thursdays, June 30 to Aug. 4 at Sachse City Hall, 5560 Hwy. 78. Two skill levels will he taught. Level One classes are from 4:15 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Level Two from 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Somersaults, rolls, and balancing skills are taught. The cost is $35. For more information call Sachse Parks and Recreation at 972-495-7600. Karate for Kids will meet at Senior Center The final session of Karate for Kids is slated for June 28- Aug. 2 at the Senior Center, 3SI5B Sachse Road in Sachse. Classes are held on Tuesdays from 5:30 p.m....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. June 23. 2005 m.i smmmam Sachse Chamber of Commerce golf tourney a hit 16 teams compete during 16th annual event June 15 at Woodbridge ■.— I'.k * ' % *i/ The First Place team, sponsored by American National Bank of Texas - Sachse. from left, included Da* id McDonough. Jason Worley, and Steve Adams. They turned in a score of 59. The Second Place team, sponsored by Concrete Walls, from left, included Ken L'pworth. Henry Luman. Pat Boyd. and Jesse Hooks (not pictured). They finished with a round of 60. The Sachse High School team. Middle Place winners, from left, included Art Ruangtip. Rusty Oglesby, and Jim Manley. They shot a score of 64. \\ vli«* • Honor A <.itl Shop Mallard 112-5137 or When "I do" becomes Tm forever glad I did. Send the FTO* Anniversary Bouquet This is the year you help celebrate your spec ial Jay with a stunning floral arrangement fnxr. FTD Because no other gift expresses your gratitude for your years together qu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

- * M- Thursday, June 23. 2(W5 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Seclion B - Page 3 Wylie Wave rolls on Summer sports program a hit with kids Sports Sports Association names All Stars Iff- .« £ §' * ,.jC ■□Hffills «ac i 5? m, . ... «■ «* cat-_x & , \ Above, boys paiticipate in flag football drills last Thursday at Schaeffer Stadium, while the girls played volleyball in the gym. The Wylie Wave program, sponsored by the City of Wylie and WISD, provides youth aetivities throughout the summer. The eight-week program will end July 29. Supervisor Traci Leonharf said that twice a week the kids go swimming in the afternoon. "Once a week they go the library," she said. "At the end of the week we always go on a field trip." Field trips have included the International Cultural Museum of Heritage in Duncanvillc and roller skating. Trips are also planned to the Fort Worth Zoo and a Texas Rangers game. continued from page IB many girls soflball there were." During the ceremony, all the busi- nesses that .s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

18 Page 4 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. June 23, 2005 i Sports i Students take time out for good cause Summer schoolers walk for diabetes By Rick Atkinson Going to summer school is no fun, bul students at Burnett Junior High School are making the best of it. They are using their 15-minutc break each day to walk for diabetes research in a pro- gram sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. The goal of the School Walk for Diabetes is to raise much-needed funds for research, and also to increase public awareness of the disease. The students do their walking on the track at Schaeffer Stadium about 10 a.m each day of school. "I think it's made a big impact on them this summer," said Denise Graves, principal of fifth through eighth grade summer school at Burnett. "They are here because of summer school, and they were a little bit upset about having to spend their summer at school, but this has made a posi- tive impact," she said. "They're excited about coming and they're...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

Thursday, June 23, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 5 r Sports State 7-on-7 tourney eludes Pirates again Wylie may get one more shot July 9 in Arlington mix Hoe grabs a pass in heavy traffic last Saturday at Grapevine versus Tyler John Tyler. Jeremy liruhakcr runs interference. The Pirates lost a heartbreaker to the Lions, 26-25. by Shiela K. I lay lies Witli the state tournament loom- ing just around ihe corner, the Pirates found themselves looking at their last chance to jump into the fray as they entered their final scheduled qualifying tournament hosted by Grapevine on Saturday, June IS. Playing in pool games against Colleyvilie-Heritage. Richardson, and John Tyler, the Pirates dropped the first game lo Colleyville, took apart a struggling Richardson team in the second, and made a good showing against a strong John Tyler team only to lose the lead and the game as the clock wound down. It might he end of story, hut then again, maybe it's not quite time to close the book ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

I ! Page 6 - Section B- THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, June 23. 2005 mm® " ■ J7 r ■ Sports mm Tough loss to John Tyler has Pirates against the wall continued from page SH with Butscher hailing down (he first pass attempt and Ball picking off the second. With the ball back in the Abbott's hands, it took only five plays before Boe was back in the end zone, this time with Gibbs packing up the extra point. On the fifcit play of Richardson's next pos- session, the quarterback failed to read the coverage and Sean Dulaney picked off the pass carry- ing the ball in for the score. Following a failed extra point attempt, the Pirates led 20-0 and the roul was on. Having thrown interceptions in each of the first three possessions, Richardson's quarterback was probably relieved lo turn the ball over on downs on the fourth pos- session following a four-second violation and two incomplete pass- es. Ii took only two plays for Wylie to put six more points on the hoard with a touchdown by Brubaker. I A ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

Inside: Mil Area Real Estate Guide ... home, rental and buNinetJN listing*, financing, insurance, mortgage aNsistance Classifieds Section C C&S Media Publications June 22-23, 2005 t7H&ie toast meal * <*4 Photos and text by Jennifer Miller Meals on Wheels delivers attention, awareness as well as nutrition Across Collin County, those who volunteer to help the elderly say that delivering meals is a vitally important part of what they do. Both the Wylie Meals on Wheels program and the MeKinncy-based Collin County Committee on Aging's Meals on Wheels program provide basic nutrition every day to aging resi- dents in the area who, for whatev- er reason, need food delivered to their homes. But this basic service means something else as well for the recipients. It helps the homebound keep in touch with the outside world, gives them someone to talk to, helps to combat isolation and helps maintain physical and men- tal health. For volunteers, it increases the awareness of the needs ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

Page 2 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - June 22-23, 2005 Need for Meals on Wheels food, companionship continues to grow continued from page IC but also through donations. Today, the program relies on the dona- tions from local businesses, churches, individuals and the peo- ple served. The program still gets some donations from the City, but depends mainly on churches. "Our most consistent donors are the churches," said Nelson. "I think since day one. First Baptist Church has always been there. Wylie Methodist Church has been pretty consistent, and so has New Hope Christian Church." When the Wylie program became its own individual non- profit organization in 1999, it con- tinued to operated out of the city facilities up until about six months ago. Today, the food is prepared by the school district and brought to the Wylie Church of Christ, where volunteers pick up the food for their routes. Several times per week, civic groups like the Rotary Club will provide volunteers to...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

June 22-23, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section C Page 3 Team "LOLISA" 2710 VV. IM 544 • YVvlic — 972-442-7575 Lisa Henry-GRI, CRS: 972-839-7227 Lola Louuen-CRS: 972-342-5651 Frances Yager: 214-538-8144 tse habla espanol) Jim Yager: 214-532-9604 colo ui eu. BANK6R E3 JANE HENRY REALTORS® {/i,A $120,000 $240,000 $160,000 162,500 263 Bentley • Lavon Nice family home on fenced 1 acre with 2 masters. 6 large bedrooms. Large master down and 2nd master up with private bath. 16'x12' storage building, sprinkler system, CAT 5 wiring and pull through garage! 6403 Highland Crest • Woodbridge 8 You wont believe your eyes when ou see this HUGE lot in oodbridge. Lovely 3/2/2 features spacious open floorplan and large liv- ing are with corner WBFP. Big kitchen with skylite, split master and more. Adjacent to Greenbelt and view of pond. MUST SEE. 6316 Lakeview • Woodbridge SHOWS LIKE A MODEL! 3/2/2 with formal dining and split bedrooms. Open kitchen with breakfast bar, nook, and island. For...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

I ■ I "nf - - " • " v *•*""" * * • Page 4 - Section C - CAS Media Pubiicaoons- June 22-23. 2005 OTTOs Saturdayi 6/25 ancC 121QO noon - 3:00 * Farmersville 380 CUSTOM BUILT HOME 1 ACRE + $169,900 6650 DEER CREEK, FARMERSVILLE 4 Bedroom. 2 bath with side entry 2 car garage. Large kitchen with 2 breakfast bars and 14x12 dining area. Master gg -•ess- suite has large walk-in closet.! •'*. bathroom with double vanities, garden tub and separate shower. Tile floors in foyer, kitchen, dining area, laundry room and both baths. Home will be ready in June 2005. Lots available from $29,900.00 with wafer meter included. Additional floor plans available. KELLER WILLIAMS Tom Scheidier, REALTOR' 214-912-8931 tomscheidler@kw.com UILDINGS STALL BARN THIS IS JUST ONE OF MORTON'S DESIGN CHOICES TO HIGHLIGHT YOUR TASTES. Set mm mortonbwMnp cam (or more information • Acreage • Equestrian • Commercial • Form BwMings WE'VE 60T VOUR BUILDING! 3514 N Centra; Expwy • McKinney. TX Have you had your new home ins...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

June 22-23, 2005 C & S Media Publications - Section C - Page 5 hW BY SCHOOLTIME Ryland homes uc Cveefaiefe Etfafo 1-866-243-4168 $180's - $220's AMENITIES PRE-CONSTRUCTION PRICING SPECIALS • 2100-3500 square ft. • 4,5 & 6 bedroom plans • Media/Game rooms in both 1 & 2 stories • 2 parks • 3 ponds • Pool • Oversized lots: 74ft wide, up to 200ft deep • 3 car garages Come see our brand new model just opened! GZD ■O a ^ O Ian wood Dr W Dr r Nt •>">n Or Dr w Jacob OtJ *'*> D' .fl w#s W L« r,d o W Lisa Cl oy Ui J* JUY . ft A W Charte Ct Mc Milton hMtewood P RY J L' I UJI STAC IE GOOCH mftho EflSI 3025 Jacob Dr. Wylie, TX 75098 1-866-243-4168 www.ryland.com Featuring Ryland's 10 Year Warranty 214-728-6425 staciegooch@kw.com staciegooch.com StcLd&'y Howies of they We-eJo Integrity 'first Home Loans 6523 Hillview Lane $320,000 if i Joe W. Boggs. Mortgage Advisor Phone: 972-918-0 04 Fax: 972-918-0909 Mobile: 972-578-2300 12ft H. Campbell Hand 2111 Richardson. TX 750X0 ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

■ - Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - June 22-23, 2005 Deadline: Noon Monday Contact: Classified Department email: classifieds@wylienews.com Fax: 972-442-4318 Mail: PO Box 369, Wylie, 75098 jj Location: 110 N. Ballard, downtown Wylie 972-442-5515 MC & VISA accepted 331 Your classified '/ appears in the paper and RATES (Murphy, Sachse, Wylie): 15 words or less - MO"; 35? each additional word; bold words 500; graphics $1 ea. Ads must be prepaid. Call for multi-paper rates! PUBLICATION POLICIES ADVERTISERS: Please check your ad on the firsl day of its ran. If you find an error, please report it immediately to the Classified Department, 972-442-5515. We are responsible for the first incorrect insertion only. CiS Media, Inc. does not assume responsibility for advertising beyond the cost of the ad itself. Claims for adjustment must be made immedi- ately after ad is published We reserve the right to edit or reject any copy which does not meet the standards of acceptance...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

June 22-23, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section C - Page 7 Legal Notices Classified Advertising City of Wylie, Texas By John Mondy, Mayor 4-21-339-112 li 00020 INVITATION FOR BIDS The North Texas Municipal Water District is soliciting proposals for the construc- tion of the following pro- ject: TOWN NORTH WATER IMPROVEMENTS Project No. 02-07 Proposals must be deliv- ered to the President and t. Board of Directors of the North Texas Municipal Water District at 505 Brown Street, Wylie, Texas 75098 until 10:00 a.m. local time, July 7, 2005 to be accepted. The proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud at this time and place. Bids received after this time will be returned unopened. Contract Documents may be examined or purchased at the offices of Schaumburg & Polk, Inc., Consulting Engineers at following address: Schaumburg & Polk, Inc., I 17 North Spring Avenue, Tyler, Texas 75702. i The cost for Contract Documents is $50 per set for full-size documents. The cost ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 23 June 2005

P*ge 8 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - June 22-23, 2005 Building Beautffiil| [Affordable Pools For 30 YearstI pools and spas * " Jbk -tff ">.**, . - cr*«s v A mmr, •• <?•■>■ "tfflW a3~D" Design Swrvlciiii AviilliiijlM See Your Custom FooJ Before Wt# Suifd! m* mm"it; * ■ - MURPHY 501 W. FM 544 972-424-6140 D®®* JtoHBSftngj /tosflMhB With approved credit Visit our website... www.hobertpools.com Coriiitli/lvwisvilli- 7650 llwy <5 East Suite 120 9lO-.t l-2W)0 Rockwall l>ullas/Richanlt>on 2J46 (Irmicml Blvd. JIM) S. Central Bxwy Rockwall. I"X Richardson. TX 972^772-3558 972-690-BI IK Frisco 3231 Preston Rd, #H Frisco, TX 972-335-6553 Southlakc 2360 K. Sll 114 Southlakc. TX HI7-4I6-3K4I Energy assistance funds available Applications for assistance with home energy costs is available in Anderson, Collin, Denton, Bills, Henderson, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, Rockwall and Van Zandt Counties, Community Services Inc. announced last week. Those in need of assistance sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 June 2005

I ih im* *76e Sachse News Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse C Copyright 2005 All rights reserved Volume 1: Issue 22 fi'i/''1''" „ ■ —i_l__ ■ I Sachse, Texas • Thursday, June 30, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 Kristin Hill climbs into her family's boat at Lake Lavon last weekend. Read about lake safety on page 1C. Obituaries 4A Opinions 7A Real Estate 2C Classifieds 6C July 4ih parade This July 4th grab your Hags and celebrate Independence Day at the second annual Sachse Parade and Celebration. The parade is being sponsored by the city Parks Department and the Sachse Youth Center. The theme is 'Sachse Goes to the Movies.' Participants are asked to gather at the parking lot between the library and the police station at Sachse and Miles Road. The parade will continue down Miles Road and end at Heritage Park where games and other family activities will follow. Mayoral luncheon The Mayors of Sachse, Garland, Murphy, Rowlett, Wylie a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 June 2005

2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, June 30, 2005 Area Briefs Wytie ■Church to hold prayer event Woodbridge Community Church is holding a 24-Hour/7-Day Prayer Event July 10 through 17. Prayer requests may be submitted online at Woodbridgefamily.org or by calling the church office at 972-429-8212. For more information, call the church office at 972-429-8212. ■ ROTC needs volunteer help for July 2,3 The Wylie High School AFJROTC Booster Club is seeking the help of current and new ROTC cadets and their parents, families and/or friends to woric the Southfork Ranch Christian concert event this year. Cadets and other volunteers will be parking cars beginning at 5:30 a.m. on both Saturday, July 2nd and Sunday, July 3rd. We will work in shifts, so if you are available to help, please call Karen Smith at 972-442-7578 or Charles Hussey at 972-442-4883. Leonard ■ All American Picnic on July 14 through 16 The 2005 Leonard Picnic is July 14, 15 and 16 under the theme "All American Picnic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 June 2005

Local rg I is la" lid li i- le- ap icr 1 ity he lu- of i Silver Scene by Dixie Dickson Dixie Dickson Good after- noon, it is time for our fireside chat, and I love it. I hope you enjoy these visits as much as I do. Sorry, we were not here last week, but we will make up for it this week. July is upon us and that means half the year is gone and there are only three days left until the Fourth of July parade and 178 days left until Christmas! The City offices will be closed on Monday, July 4, but we are hav- ing a parade that will form in front of the Senior Center and go west to the high school. If you would like to join our group, dress in red, white, & blue and come join us at 9:30 a.m. Monday, July 4. Since I visited with you last we have had two Medicare, Medicare ipart D, prescription card, ID. theft "and Safe investments for Seniors seminars. I have these seminars for your benefit. Please come and take advantage of them. You will never be "too smart" on Medicare issues. You w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 June 2005

Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, June 30, 2005 9 - 9 Mildred Louise Peel Funeral services for Mildred Louise Peel, 68, of Nevada, were held June 22, 2005, at Allen Funeral Home Chapel. Interment fol- lowed at Thompson Cemetery in Copeville. The Rev. Thomas Maynaid officiated. Mrs. Pcc! died June 19 in McKinney. She was bom Aug. 15.1936, in Sayre, Okla. to John Wilbur and Katie Frances (Lewis) Davidson. She was a seamstress before retirement. Survivors include her daughter, Tressa Conn of Quinlan; sons, Larry Peel of Farmersville, Danny Peel of Russellville, Ark., and Otis Dean Benson Jr. of Copeville; sister, Doris McKinstry of Emory; brother, J.W. Davidson of Alba; 15 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clinton Elsworth Peel. Arrangements were under the direction of Allen Funeral Home. Wendy Wainwright Creak A memorial service for Wendy Wainwright Creak, 54, of Richardson, was held June 27, 2005, at Charles W. Smith &a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 30 June 2005

Occasions Thursday, June 30, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 5 % : 'ty', ' , g> ' ■/$: New Arrive i/s Koda Richard Kaiser Vanessa Kelsey and Jeng Wang Kelsey, Wang to exchange vows John and Debbie Kelsey, of Wylie, are proud to announce the engage- ment and upcoming marriage of their daughter,Vanessa Kelsey to Jeng Wang of Piano. The prospective groom is the son of Chi and Sholi Wang of Piano. The wedding is planned for mid-July in McKinney. The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of Collin County Community College, where she received an associate's degree in the registered nurse program. The groom-to-be is a 2005 graduate of the University of Texas at Dallas, where he received a bachelor's degree in art and technology. Mr. and Mrs. William Martin Martins celebrate 50th anniversary William and Ann Martin, of Wylie, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary July 1, 2005. They were married July 1, 1955, in Texarkana by the Rev. W.T. Mears. Mr. Martin has been a member of t...

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