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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Boy Scout rally planned

Boy Scouts of America and Cub Scout will be holding a Rally for all boys in first through fifth grade, at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the Reeves County Civic Center.

All boys are welcome and parents need to accompany the student at the time of the meeting.

The Boy Scouts are seeking new members and everyone is encouraged to join them Tuesday.

Rasberrys tell of new son

Jimmy and Crystal Rasberry announce the birth of a son, Dylan Kol, born Sept. 6, at Ward Memorial Hospital.

The baby weighed nine pounds, three ounces and was 21 inches long at birth.

Grandparents are Dennis and Pam Rasberry of Monahans and Homer and Jessie Nelson of Colorado City.

Great-grandparents are Ruth Rasberry of Pecos and Jim and Arlene Swindle of Colorado City.

Great-great grandfather is W.E. "Bill" Lindsey of Brownfield.

Valeriano attends Texas Lions Camp

Each sumer, as parents begin searching for summertime activities for their children, often, the choices are limited for parents whose children have disabilities. However, thanks to the Lions Club of Texas, many children with physical disabilities can look forward to an experience that all children dream about - going to summer camp! The Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville offers special camping programs that serve children who have physical disabilities and diabetes.

This summer, Samantha Valeriano, of Pecos, attended the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville. She was sponsored by Dannie M. Shelton of the Pecos Lions Club.

The Texas Lions Camp offers camping sessions to children ages seven through 16 who have visual, hearing or physical disabilities.The camp offers a wide variety of activities for campers' enjoyment, inclding arts and crafts, field sports, riding horses, swimming, theater and camping out overnight. All activities are adapted so that each child can succeed! The camp is a non-profit organization, funded by the Lions of Texas and private donations. Children attend the camp at no cost to themselves or their families.

Further information and camper applications may be obtained by contacting a Lions Club member in your area or by contacting the Texas Lions Camp at P.O. Box 290247, Kerrville, Tx. 78029-0247; V/TDD (830) 896-8500; fax: (830) 896-3666. The Texas Lions Camp can also be found on the World Wide Web at

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