The Alamo Resource Conservation and Development Area, Inc., through their Senior Assistance Program, will hold their next bi-monthly Health event on Friday, May 17, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Faith Tabernacle, 7789 FM 1283. The public is invited. The guest speaker is Karen Lively-Martin of Tri-County Home Health, presenting “Water Does a Body Good.” Lunch is free for seniors and by donation to others. For more information, call 210-548-9248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Their website is alamorcd.org. The Arthur Nagel Community Clinic is opening a satellite clinic in Lakehills and invites the public to the Open House on Monday, May 20, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Lakehills Civic Center, located at 11225 PR 37 in Lakehills. There will be free refreshments and information on the clinic. For more information, call 830-796-3448 or go to nagelclinic.org. The Lakehills Area Library has an Art in the Library program where different artists and artisans exhibit their works each month. During May, the featured artisan is Lois Graff, whose gourd art includes unusual designs in gourds of different sizes and shapes. Her creations include necklaces, masks, wind chimes and purses. She can be reached at 210-887-8003. Jim Black, watercolor artist and instructor, and some of his students are also exhibiting their picturesque watercolor paintings. Black can be reached at 830-751-9671 or email@example.com. The Lakehills Library is located at 7200 FM 1283. For more information, call 830-510-2777. The American Legion Post 410 of Lakehills announced that on Saturday, June 8, more that 450 Aspen Dental offices will open their doors to veterans and provide dental care at no cost. Veterans can call 844-277-3646 to find a participating Aspen Dental nearby and schedule an appointment, which is required. Dental treatments will include cleanings, exams, and pain relief. On Wednesday, May 14, our Medina Lake level was 1063.98 feet. That is down 0.22 feet, which is 99.5% capacity. The Medina River had a flow of 158 cfs in Bandera, running 4.86 feet deep at the gage. Please send your Lakehills and Pipe Creek news to me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 210-563-1186 and leave a message. Until next time, “Vaya con Dios!”
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