Bush Middle School sends off 8th graders in style!


The Barbara Bush Middle School 8th graders are about to embark on their high school careers.  In recognition and celebration of their middle school years we are hosting a party in their favor.  It is Saturday May 5th, 2007 from 7-9:30pm at the Holy Trinity Banquet Hall on Huebner Road.  The theme is masquerade and the dress is semi formal—DRESS TO IMPRESS!!  There will be a DJ providing the music, as well as food, door prizes and tons of fun.  We encourage every 8th grader to attend—and bring all your friends!

We are still accepting donations from area businesses and individuals to help defray the cost of the party or to purchase the door prizes.  If you would like to make a contribution please contact Nancy Woodall at nwoodall@satx.rr.com  or 481-9431.

Texas fights to curb drunk drivers


Senator Wentworth column                                        Contact: Margaret Patterson


For immediate release/April 13, 2007                            (210) 826-7800


A Brief History of Socks


I don't know how much you may already know about handmade wool socks, but they are truly miraculous!

Handknitted stockings first appeared in Britain during the reign of Henry VIII. In 1560 his daughter Queen Elizabeth I received a gift of knitted silk stockings and declared she would never wear cloth stockings again because the knitted ones were so pleasant. Schools were created to teach knitting skills to children and the poor, and by the mid-seventeenth century people throughout the British countryside were knitting for income.  Throughout the nineteenth century, thousands of pairs of British stockings were exported to Europe & America.  

Report your Sonterra water pressure problems to BexarMet

We have been asked by BexarMet to obtain information from our Sonterra residents regarding water pressure problems experienced in our neighborhoods.  BexarMet needs information on specific addresses where these problems have occurred on a fairly consistent basis.  If you have had a problem at your residence with either high or low pressure during peak hours (the hours of 4:00 – 9:00 a.m. or 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.), or ongoing all-the-time, please reply to Tonja Condor at TCondor@hillcountrymgmt.com 

Stone Oak street With 8-Foot Drop-Off Repaired


Posted by:  Laura Berryhill

A neighborhood street divided by an eight-foot cliff has finally been fixed.

The uneven street was on Knights Cross off Stone Oak Parkway in far north San Antonio.

City Council says two separate developers built the street and never connected it. The eight-foot drop-off caused a problem for neighbors living on Knights Cross.

"It's quite inconvenient because we have children that go to Bush Middle School, " said Mikel Hill, who lives in Stone Oak. "We have to drive all the way around to get them to school."

After nearly a year of construction and a price tag of half a million dollars, Knights Cross is now connected. The repaired street opens to traffic today.

Don't Mess with Texas Trash-Off

 Courtesy of Laura Lopez of TxDOT

Volunteers to Collect Tons of Litter at the
22nd Annual Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off

Texans Prepare to Take Part in the Largest One-Day Cleanup Event in State

Thousands of Texans from across the state will join together on Saturday, April 14, 2007, for one of the nation’s largest single-day cleanups – The Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off. This event is co-sponsored by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB), the grassroots arm of the Don’t Mess with Texas campaign.